SHAPE OF THE CONSTRAINT EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL - A MONTE-CARLO STUDY

DIMITROVIC I, NAGER J, JANSEN K, Neuhaus T (1991)
PHYSICS LETTERS B 268(3-4): 408-414.

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We compare the shape of the constraint effective potential as obtained from numerical simulations in the scaling limit of the non-linear sigma-model in d = 3 and d = 4 to recent results from chiral perturbation theory. Whereas in d = 4 already the lowest order chiral perturbation theory turns out to describe the data well, we had to use the next to leading order in d = 3 to find satisfactory agreement.
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DIMITROVIC I, NAGER J, JANSEN K, Neuhaus T. SHAPE OF THE CONSTRAINT EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL - A MONTE-CARLO STUDY. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 1991;268(3-4):408-414.
DIMITROVIC, I., NAGER, J., JANSEN, K., & Neuhaus, T. (1991). SHAPE OF THE CONSTRAINT EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL - A MONTE-CARLO STUDY. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 268(3-4), 408-414. doi:10.1016/0370-2693(91)91598-P
DIMITROVIC, I., NAGER, J., JANSEN, K., and Neuhaus, T. (1991). SHAPE OF THE CONSTRAINT EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL - A MONTE-CARLO STUDY. PHYSICS LETTERS B 268, 408-414.
DIMITROVIC, I., et al., 1991. SHAPE OF THE CONSTRAINT EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL - A MONTE-CARLO STUDY. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 268(3-4), p 408-414.
I. DIMITROVIC, et al., “SHAPE OF THE CONSTRAINT EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL - A MONTE-CARLO STUDY”, PHYSICS LETTERS B, vol. 268, 1991, pp. 408-414.
DIMITROVIC, I., NAGER, J., JANSEN, K., Neuhaus, T.: SHAPE OF THE CONSTRAINT EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL - A MONTE-CARLO STUDY. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 268, 408-414 (1991).
DIMITROVIC, I, NAGER, J, JANSEN, K, and Neuhaus, Thomas. “SHAPE OF THE CONSTRAINT EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL - A MONTE-CARLO STUDY”. PHYSICS LETTERS B 268.3-4 (1991): 408-414.

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