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LATTICE GAUGE THEORY (PhD, Bunk)

Lecture Topic : (Math Physics) LATTICE GAUGE THEORY (PhD, Bunk)

PrerequisitesQuantum Mechanics (M2); Quantum Field Theory (QFT) (M2); Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) (M2); Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) (M2); Particle Physics (M2); Gauge Field Theories (M2);

Recommended Text(s) :

“Lattice Gauge Theory : A Challenge in Large-Scale Computing”, B. Bunk & K. H. Mutter & K. Schilling, Plenum, 1986.

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Lectures and Links :

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Lecture 1  (link)

Ch.1   QCD at Finite Temperature and Baryon Number

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Lecture 2  (link)

Ch.2   Deconfining Phase Transition and the Continuum Limit of Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics

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Lecture 3  (link)

Ch.3   Critical Behavior in Baryonic Matter

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Lecture 4 (link)

Ch.4  Monte CarloRenormalization Groups : A Review

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Lecture 5  (link)

Ch.5   Langevin Simulations of QCD, Including Fermions

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Lecture 6  (link)

Ch.6   The Look-Ahead Fermion Algorithm

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Lecture 7  (link)

Ch.7   Dynamical Fermions Using Lanczos

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Lecture 8  (link)

Ch.8   QCD withWilsonFermions on Intermediate Size Lattices

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Lecture 9  (link)

Ch.9   The Potential Between Static Quarks in SU(2) Lattice Gauge Theory with Dynamical Fermions

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Lecture 10  (link)

Ch.10   The SU(2) Chiral Model in an Extern al Field : A Complex Stochastic Process on a Non-Abelian Group

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Lecture 11  (link)

Ch.11   The t-Expansion and Lattice QCD

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Lecture 12  (link)

Ch.12   Lattice Higgs Models (Review)

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Lecture 13  (link)

Ch.13   Relaxation and Correlations in Time in a Finite Volume

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Lecture 14  (link)

Ch.14   Topology in Lattice Gauge Theory

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Lecture 15  (link)

Ch.15   LargeN QCD: The Eguchi Kawai Approach

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Lecture 16  (link)

Ch.16    Hadron Mass Calculation on a 243 x 48 Lattice

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Lecture 17  (link)

Ch.17   Calculation of Weak Matrix Elements : Some Technical Aspects

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Lecture 18  (link)

Ch.18   The Chiral Limit in Lattice QCD

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Lecture 19  (link)

Ch.19   QCD Sum Rules and Spontaneous Breakdown of Chiral Symmetry

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Lecture 20  (link)

Ch.20   Potentials

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Lecture 21  (link)

Ch.21   Quenched Hadron Masses Using a 164 Lattice

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Lecture 22  (link)

Ch.22   A Cornucopia of Lattices

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Lecture 23  (link)

Ch.23   The H Particle on the Lattice

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Lecture 24  (link)

Ch.24   A New Method for Inverting Fermionic Matrix

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Lecture 25  (link)

Ch.25   (Uses of) An Order Parameter for Lattice Gauge Theories with Matter Fields

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Lecture 26  (link)

Ch.26  The GF 11 Supercomputer

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Lecture 27  (link)

Ch.27   Parallel Computing in Lattice Theory

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Lecture 28  (link)

Ch.28   The APE Computer and Lattice Gauge Theory

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Lecture 29  (link)

Ch.29   CRAY and QCD

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Lecture 30  (link)

Ch.30   Memory and Learning in a Class of Neural  Network Models

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