Pressure of the O(N) Model in 1+1 Dimensions

Giacosa F, Lottini S, Seel E, Smith D (2012)
In: AIP Conf. Proc.; 1479. 541-544.

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The O(N) model in 1+1 dimensions presents some features in common withYang-Mills theories: asymptotic freedom, trace anomaly, non-petrurbativegeneration of a mass gap. An analytical approach to determine thetermodynamical properties of the O(3) model is presented and compared tolattice results. Here the focus is on the pressure: it is shown how to derivethe pressure in the CJT formalism at the one-loop level by making use of theauxiliary field method. Then, the pressure is compared to lattice results.
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AIP Conf. Proc.; 1479
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541-544
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NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS ICNAAM 2012: International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics
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Giacosa F, Lottini S, Seel E, Smith D. Pressure of the O(N) Model in 1+1 Dimensions. In: AIP Conf. Proc.; 1479. 2012: 541-544.
Giacosa, F., Lottini, S., Seel, E., & Smith, D. (2012). Pressure of the O(N) Model in 1+1 Dimensions. AIP Conf. Proc.; 1479, 541-544. doi:10.1063/1.4756187
Giacosa, F., Lottini, S., Seel, E., and Smith, D. (2012). “Pressure of the O(N) Model in 1+1 Dimensions” in AIP Conf. Proc.; 1479 541-544.
Giacosa, F., et al., 2012. Pressure of the O(N) Model in 1+1 Dimensions. In AIP Conf. Proc.; 1479. pp. 541-544.
F. Giacosa, et al., “Pressure of the O(N) Model in 1+1 Dimensions”, AIP Conf. Proc.; 1479, 2012, pp.541-544.
Giacosa, F., Lottini, S., Seel, E., Smith, D.: Pressure of the O(N) Model in 1+1 Dimensions. AIP Conf. Proc.; 1479. p. 541-544. (2012).
Giacosa, Francesco, Lottini, Stefano, Seel, Elina, and Smith, Dominik. “Pressure of the O(N) Model in 1+1 Dimensions”. AIP Conf. Proc.; 1479. 2012. 541-544.

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