Polyakov loop correlations in Landau gauge and the heavy quark potential

Attig N, Karsch F, Petersson B, Satz H, Wolff M (1988)
Physics Letters, B 209(1): 65-70.

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We calculate Polyakov loop correlation functions in SU(3) gauge theory on a 12 3 × 4 lattice. We determine from this the colour average heavy quark potential and compare it with the corresponding colour singlet potential in Landau gauge. A comparison with finite temperature perturbation theory shows that perturbative relations are at best recovered for very high temperatures.
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Attig N, Karsch F, Petersson B, Satz H, Wolff M. Polyakov loop correlations in Landau gauge and the heavy quark potential. Physics Letters, B. 1988;209(1):65-70.
Attig, N., Karsch, F., Petersson, B., Satz, H., & Wolff, M. (1988). Polyakov loop correlations in Landau gauge and the heavy quark potential. Physics Letters, B, 209(1), 65-70.
Attig, N., Karsch, F., Petersson, B., Satz, H., and Wolff, M. (1988). Polyakov loop correlations in Landau gauge and the heavy quark potential. Physics Letters, B 209, 65-70.
Attig, N., et al., 1988. Polyakov loop correlations in Landau gauge and the heavy quark potential. Physics Letters, B, 209(1), p 65-70.
N. Attig, et al., “Polyakov loop correlations in Landau gauge and the heavy quark potential”, Physics Letters, B, vol. 209, 1988, pp. 65-70.
Attig, N., Karsch, F., Petersson, B., Satz, H., Wolff, M.: Polyakov loop correlations in Landau gauge and the heavy quark potential. Physics Letters, B. 209, 65-70 (1988).
Attig, N., Karsch, Frithjof, Petersson, Bengt, Satz, Helmut, and Wolff, M. “Polyakov loop correlations in Landau gauge and the heavy quark potential”. Physics Letters, B 209.1 (1988): 65-70.
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