Strong coupling effective theory with heavy fermions

Fromm M, Langelage J, Lottini S, Philipsen O (2011)
In: PoS(LATTICE 2011) 205. .

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We extend the recently developed strong coupling, dimensionally reducedPolyakov-loop effective theory from finite-temperature pure Yang-Mills toinclude heavy fermions and nonzero chemical potential by means of a hoppingparameter expansion. Numerical simulation is employed to investigate theweakening of the deconfinement transition as a function of the quark mass. Thetractability of the sign problem in this model is exploited to locate thecritical surface in the (M/T, mu/T, T) space over the whole range of chemicalpotentials from zero up to infinity.
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XXIX International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory (Lattice 2011)
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Squaw Valley, Lake Tahoe, California
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2011-07-10
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Fromm M, Langelage J, Lottini S, Philipsen O. Strong coupling effective theory with heavy fermions. In: PoS(LATTICE 2011) 205. 2011.
Fromm, M., Langelage, J., Lottini, S., & Philipsen, O. (2011). Strong coupling effective theory with heavy fermions. PoS(LATTICE 2011) 205.
Fromm, M., Langelage, J., Lottini, S., and Philipsen, O. (2011). “Strong coupling effective theory with heavy fermions” in PoS(LATTICE 2011) 205.
Fromm, M., et al., 2011. Strong coupling effective theory with heavy fermions. In PoS(LATTICE 2011) 205.
M. Fromm, et al., “Strong coupling effective theory with heavy fermions”, PoS(LATTICE 2011) 205, 2011.
Fromm, M., Langelage, J., Lottini, S., Philipsen, O.: Strong coupling effective theory with heavy fermions. PoS(LATTICE 2011) 205. (2011).
Fromm, Michael, Langelage, Jens, Lottini, Stefano, and Philipsen, Owe. “Strong coupling effective theory with heavy fermions”. PoS(LATTICE 2011) 205. 2011.
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