Comparison of 4d and 3d lattice results for the electroweak phase transition

Laine M (1996)
Physics Letters B 385(1-4): 249-253.

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We compare 4d lattice results for the finite temperature phase transition in the SU(2)+Higgs model with 3d lattice results for the phase transition in the corresponding dimensionally reduced effective theory. While the large errorbars and the lack of a relation of the 4d lattice gauge coupling to that in the <(MS)over bar> scheme prevent rigorous conclusions, the results are nevertheless compatible. This provides a direct non-perturbative check of dimensional reduction in the present context.
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Physics Letters B
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385
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Laine M. Comparison of 4d and 3d lattice results for the electroweak phase transition. Physics Letters B. 1996;385(1-4):249-253.
Laine, M. (1996). Comparison of 4d and 3d lattice results for the electroweak phase transition. Physics Letters B, 385(1-4), 249-253. doi:10.1016/0370-2693(96)00854-4
Laine, M. (1996). Comparison of 4d and 3d lattice results for the electroweak phase transition. Physics Letters B 385, 249-253.
Laine, M., 1996. Comparison of 4d and 3d lattice results for the electroweak phase transition. Physics Letters B, 385(1-4), p 249-253.
M. Laine, “Comparison of 4d and 3d lattice results for the electroweak phase transition”, Physics Letters B, vol. 385, 1996, pp. 249-253.
Laine, M.: Comparison of 4d and 3d lattice results for the electroweak phase transition. Physics Letters B. 385, 249-253 (1996).
Laine, Mikko. “Comparison of 4d and 3d lattice results for the electroweak phase transition”. Physics Letters B 385.1-4 (1996): 249-253.

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