Two-colour Lattice QCD with dynamical fermions at non-zero density versus Matrix Models

Akemann G, Bittner E (2005)
In: PoS., LAT2005. 197.

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Akemann, GernotUniBi; Bittner, Elmar
Abstract / Bemerkung
We provide first evidence that Matrix Models describe the low lying complexDirac eigenvalues in a theory with dynamical fermions at non-zero density.Lattice data for gauge group SU(2) with staggered fermions are compared todetailed analytical results from Matrix Models in the corresponding symmetryclass, the complex chiral Symplectic Ensemble. They confirm the predicteddependence on chemical potential, quark mass and volume.
Erscheinungsjahr
2005
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PoS
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LAT2005
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197
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1978571

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Akemann G, Bittner E. Two-colour Lattice QCD with dynamical fermions at non-zero density versus Matrix Models. In: PoS. Vol LAT2005. 2005: 197.
Akemann, G., & Bittner, E. (2005). Two-colour Lattice QCD with dynamical fermions at non-zero density versus Matrix Models. PoS, LAT2005, 197.
Akemann, G., and Bittner, E. (2005). “Two-colour Lattice QCD with dynamical fermions at non-zero density versus Matrix Models” in PoS, vol. LAT2005, 197.
Akemann, G., & Bittner, E., 2005. Two-colour Lattice QCD with dynamical fermions at non-zero density versus Matrix Models. In PoS. no.LAT2005 pp. 197.
G. Akemann and E. Bittner, “Two-colour Lattice QCD with dynamical fermions at non-zero density versus Matrix Models”, PoS, vol. LAT2005, 2005, pp.197.
Akemann, G., Bittner, E.: Two-colour Lattice QCD with dynamical fermions at non-zero density versus Matrix Models. PoS. LAT2005, p. 197. (2005).
Akemann, Gernot, and Bittner, Elmar. “Two-colour Lattice QCD with dynamical fermions at non-zero density versus Matrix Models”. PoS. 2005.Vol. LAT2005. 197.

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