COMPACT U(1) GAUGE-THEORY ON LATTICES WITH TRIVIAL HOMOTOPY GROUP

LANG CB, Neuhaus T (1994)
NUCLEAR PHYSICS B 431(1-2): 119-130.

Journal Article | Published | English

No fulltext has been uploaded

Author
Abstract
We study the pure gauge model on a lattice manifold with trivial fundamental homotopy group, homotopically equivalent to an S-4. Monopole loops may fluctuate freely on that lattice without restrictions due to the boundary conditions. For the original Wilson action on the hypertorus there is an established two-state signal in energy distribution functions which disappears for the new geometry. Our finite size scaling analysis suggests stringent upper bounds on possible discontinuities in the plaquette action. However, no consistent asymptotic finite size scaling behaviour is observed.
Publishing Year
ISSN
PUB-ID

Cite this

LANG CB, Neuhaus T. COMPACT U(1) GAUGE-THEORY ON LATTICES WITH TRIVIAL HOMOTOPY GROUP. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B. 1994;431(1-2):119-130.
LANG, C. B., & Neuhaus, T. (1994). COMPACT U(1) GAUGE-THEORY ON LATTICES WITH TRIVIAL HOMOTOPY GROUP. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, 431(1-2), 119-130.
LANG, C. B., and Neuhaus, T. (1994). COMPACT U(1) GAUGE-THEORY ON LATTICES WITH TRIVIAL HOMOTOPY GROUP. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B 431, 119-130.
LANG, C.B., & Neuhaus, T., 1994. COMPACT U(1) GAUGE-THEORY ON LATTICES WITH TRIVIAL HOMOTOPY GROUP. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, 431(1-2), p 119-130.
C.B. LANG and T. Neuhaus, “COMPACT U(1) GAUGE-THEORY ON LATTICES WITH TRIVIAL HOMOTOPY GROUP”, NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, vol. 431, 1994, pp. 119-130.
LANG, C.B., Neuhaus, T.: COMPACT U(1) GAUGE-THEORY ON LATTICES WITH TRIVIAL HOMOTOPY GROUP. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B. 431, 119-130 (1994).
LANG, CB, and Neuhaus, Thomas. “COMPACT U(1) GAUGE-THEORY ON LATTICES WITH TRIVIAL HOMOTOPY GROUP”. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B 431.1-2 (1994): 119-130.
This data publication is cited in the following publications:
This publication cites the following data publications:

Export

0 Marked Publications

Open Data PUB

Web of Science

View record in Web of Science®

Sources

Inspire 374830

Search this title in

Google Scholar