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# Effective actions for finite temperature Lattice Gauge Theories

Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements (Impact Factor: 0.88). 09/1996; 53(1-3). DOI: 10.1016/S0920-5632(96)00687-1

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**ABSTRACT:**We determine the critical couplings for the deconfinement phase transition in SU(2) gauge theory on Nτ × Nσ3 lattices with Nτ = 8 and 16 and Nσ varying between 16 and 48. A comparison with string tension data shows scaling of the ratio Tc/√σ in the entire coupling regime ß = 2.30−2.75, while the individual quantities still exhibit large scaling violations. We find Tc/√σ = 0.69(2). We also discuss in detail the extrapolation of to the continuum limit. Our result, which is consistent with the above ratio, is and . We also comment upon corresponding results for SU(3) gauge theory and four-flavour QCD.Nuclear Physics B 03/1993; 30(2-392):493-517. DOI:10.1016/0550-3213(93)90682-F · 3.93 Impact Factor -
##### Article: Toward an analytic determination of the deconfinement temperature in SU(2) lattice gauge theory

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**ABSTRACT:**We consider the SU(2) lattice gauge theory at finite temperature in (d+1) dimensions, with different couplings βt and βs for time-like and space-like plaquettes. By using the character expansion of the Wilson action and performing the integrals over space-like link variables, we find an effective action for the Polyakov loops which is exact to all orders inβt and to the first non-trivial order in βs.The critical coupling for the deconfinement transition is determined in the (3+1)-dimensional case, by the mean field method, for different values of the lattice size Nt in the compactified time direction and of the asymmetry parameter ϱ = √βt/βs. We find a remarkable improvement in the results compared to the zeroth-order approximation in βs, leading to a reasonably good numerical agreement with the Monte Carlo simulations in the range 1 ⩽Nt5. Moreover the dependence of the results on the parameter ϱ is in excellent agreement with previous theoretical predictions.Nuclear Physics B 07/1996; 472(1-2-472):163-193. DOI:10.1016/0550-3213(96)00223-4 · 3.93 Impact Factor