SU(4) deconfining transition at strong coupling: a Monte Carlo study

Green F, Karsch F (1984)
Physical Review, D 29(12): 2986-2988.

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The effective theory describing SU(4) lattice gauge theory at finite temperature and strong coupling is investigated via Monte Carlo methods. A first-order deconfining transition is found. Introducing dynamical quarks leads to the disappearance of the transition at a large value of the quark mass, in agreement with recent mean-field calculations.
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Green F, Karsch F. SU(4) deconfining transition at strong coupling: a Monte Carlo study. Physical Review, D. 1984;29(12):2986-2988.
Green, F., & Karsch, F. (1984). SU(4) deconfining transition at strong coupling: a Monte Carlo study. Physical Review, D, 29(12), 2986-2988. doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.29.2986
Green, F., and Karsch, F. (1984). SU(4) deconfining transition at strong coupling: a Monte Carlo study. Physical Review, D 29, 2986-2988.
Green, F., & Karsch, F., 1984. SU(4) deconfining transition at strong coupling: a Monte Carlo study. Physical Review, D, 29(12), p 2986-2988.
F. Green and F. Karsch, “SU(4) deconfining transition at strong coupling: a Monte Carlo study”, Physical Review, D, vol. 29, 1984, pp. 2986-2988.
Green, F., Karsch, F.: SU(4) deconfining transition at strong coupling: a Monte Carlo study. Physical Review, D. 29, 2986-2988 (1984).
Green, F., and Karsch, Frithjof. “SU(4) deconfining transition at strong coupling: a Monte Carlo study”. Physical Review, D 29.12 (1984): 2986-2988.
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