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Author Timoshenko, E. G.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Finite Domain ♦ Gauge Field ♦ Boundary Condition ♦ Classical Level ♦ Introduction Severe ♦ Canonical Variable ♦ Consistent Approach ♦ Reliable Information ♦ Global Property ♦ Differential Equation ♦ Various Method ♦ Confinement Phenomenon ♦ Understood Phenomenon ♦ Infrared Regularization Therefore ♦ Unique Solution ♦ Inevitable Shortcoming ♦ Certain Extent ♦ Elliptic Type Constraint ♦ Gauss Law Constraint ♦ Traditional Approach
Abstract Introduction Severe infrared divergences in Yang--Mills theory pose real obstacle for obtaining reliable information on global properties of the system. Confinement phenomenon [1] is still one of the incompletely understood phenomena at certain extent due to this problem. Inevitable shortcomings of infrared regularization therefore require some care. Of various methods available we prefer the oldest and the most physical one, namely the system enclosed into a finite domain. Traditional approach is then to choose some boundary conditions on canonical variables thereby ensuring unique solution of differential equations on classical level. However the problem gets rather more complicated when equations are nonlinear and elliptic type constraints are present in the theory. Really, values inside and on the boundary are no longer independent as follows from the Gauss law constraint. We aim here at developing consistent approach when boundary conditions are considered alongside and on equ
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Publisher Date 2001-01-01