By Chris Michael (auth.), Pierre van Baal (eds.)
Hadronic Physics from the Lattice; C. Michael. Monte Carlo effects for the Hadron Spectrum; R. Kenway. Physics from the Lattice: Glueballs in QCD; Topology; SU(N) for all N; M. Teper. QCD on Coarse Lattices; G.P.Lepage. Finite dimension strategies and the robust Coupling consistent; P.Weisz. Continuum and Lattice Coulomb-Gauge Hamiltonian; D. Zwanziger. Gribov Ambiguities and the basic area; P. van Baal. excellent activities; P. Hasenfratz. Nonperturbative circulate Equations, Low-Energy QCD, and the Chiral part Transition; D.-U. Jungnickel, C. Wetterich. Light-Front QCD; A Constituent photo of Hadrons; R.J. Perry. Instantons in QCD and comparable Theories; E. Shuryak. common habit in Dirac Spectra; J. Verbaarschot. Duality and indirect Confinement; G.'t Hooft. Abelian Projections and Monopoles; M.N. Chernodub, M.I.Polikarpov. the twin Superconductor photograph for Confinement; A. DiGiacomo. twin Lattice Blockspin Transformation and ideal Monopole motion for SU(2) Gauge idea; T. Suzuki, et al. advent to inflexible Supersymmetric Theories; P.C. West. Non-Perturbatiev Gauge Dynamics in Supersymmetric Theories - A Primer; M. Shifman. levels of Supersymmetric Gauge Theories; A. Schwimmer. Index.
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Baryon Masses Continuing this analysis for the baryons gives a similar picture of consistent continuum extrapolations for the two improvement schemes. This can be seen for the nucleon mass in Fig 10, although the continuum value appears to disagree with experiment (a bigger discrepancy is obtained if we use the scale from the string tension, rather than from ). The ratio of the mass to the nucleon mass, also shown in Fig 10, is only weakly dependent on lattice spacing (in both improvement schemes) and the continuum estimate is, in this case, in good agreement with experiment.
Confinement, Duality, and Non-Perturbative Aspects of QCD by Chris Michael (auth.), Pierre van Baal (eds.)