Z2 GAUGE MATTER COUPLED TO 4-D SIMPLICIAL QUANTUM-GRAVITY

AMBJORN J, JURKIEWICZ J, BILKE S, BURDA Z, Petersson B (1994)
MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A 9(27): 2527-2541.

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Employing Monte-Carlo simulation we study the phase diagram of a Z2 gauge field coupled to simplicial quantum gravity. We localize a critical point of the model where both the matter and gravity sectors have a second order phase transition. We found the value of the critical index gamma(g) = 0.16(4) of the gravity susceptibility at the critical point.
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AMBJORN J, JURKIEWICZ J, BILKE S, BURDA Z, Petersson B. Z2 GAUGE MATTER COUPLED TO 4-D SIMPLICIAL QUANTUM-GRAVITY. MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A. 1994;9(27):2527-2541.
AMBJORN, J., JURKIEWICZ, J., BILKE, S., BURDA, Z., & Petersson, B. (1994). Z2 GAUGE MATTER COUPLED TO 4-D SIMPLICIAL QUANTUM-GRAVITY. MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A, 9(27), 2527-2541. doi:10.1142/S0217732394002392
AMBJORN, J., JURKIEWICZ, J., BILKE, S., BURDA, Z., and Petersson, B. (1994). Z2 GAUGE MATTER COUPLED TO 4-D SIMPLICIAL QUANTUM-GRAVITY. MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A 9, 2527-2541.
AMBJORN, J., et al., 1994. Z2 GAUGE MATTER COUPLED TO 4-D SIMPLICIAL QUANTUM-GRAVITY. MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A, 9(27), p 2527-2541.
J. AMBJORN, et al., “Z2 GAUGE MATTER COUPLED TO 4-D SIMPLICIAL QUANTUM-GRAVITY”, MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A, vol. 9, 1994, pp. 2527-2541.
AMBJORN, J., JURKIEWICZ, J., BILKE, S., BURDA, Z., Petersson, B.: Z2 GAUGE MATTER COUPLED TO 4-D SIMPLICIAL QUANTUM-GRAVITY. MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A. 9, 2527-2541 (1994).
AMBJORN, J, JURKIEWICZ, J, BILKE, S, BURDA, Z, and Petersson, Bengt. “Z2 GAUGE MATTER COUPLED TO 4-D SIMPLICIAL QUANTUM-GRAVITY”. MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS A 9.27 (1994): 2527-2541.

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