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- Ferdinando Gliozzi, Antonio Rago
- 2001

The normal confining phase of gauge theories is characterised by the condensation of magnetic monopoles and center vortices. Sometimes in coupled gauge system one finds another phase with simultaneous condensation of electric and magnetic charges. In both phases the confining string breaks down at a given scale because of pair creation, however the… (More)

We discuss the effective string picture for the confining regime of lattice gauge theories at zero and finite temperature. We present results of extensive Monte Carlo simulations-performed with the Lüscher and Weisz algorithm-for SU(2) Yang-Mills theory in 2+1 dimensions. We also address the issue of " string universality " by comparing our results with… (More)

- Antonio Rago, Kristijonas Cyras, Francesca Toni
- SAFA@COMMA
- 2016

We define a quantitative semantics for evaluating the strength of arguments in Bipolar Argumentation frameworks (BAFs) by adapting the Discontinuity-Free QuAD (DF-QuAD) algorithm previously used for evaluating the strength of arguments in Quantitative Argumentation Debates (QuAD) frameworks. We study the relationship between the new semantics and some… (More)

- Ed Bennett, Biagio Lucini, +4 authors Antonio Rago
- 2016 International Conference on High Performance…
- 2016

Lattice Quantum ChromoDynamics (QCD), and by extension its parent field, Lattice Gauge Theory (LGT), make up a significant fraction of supercomputing cycles worldwide. As such, it would be irresponsible not to evaluate machines' suitability for such applications. To this end, a benchmark has been developed to assess the performance of LGT applications on… (More)

- J. Melki, E. Tizzano, +202 authors G. Nigro
- 2015

- Ed Bennett, Luigi Del Debbio, +4 authors Antonio Rago
- ArXiv
- 2014

We formulate a model of relativistic fermions moving in two Euclidean dimensions based on a tight-binding model of graphene. The eigenvalue spectrum of the resulting Dirac operator is solved numerically in smooth U(1) gauge field backgrounds carrying an integer-valued topological charge Q, and it is demonstrated that the resulting number of zero-eigenvalue… (More)

We have redone a recent two-loop computation of the critical mass for Wilson fermions in lattice QCD by evaluating Feynman integrals with the coordinate-space method. We present the results for different types of infrared regularization. We confirm both the previous numerical estimates and the power of the coordinate-space method whenever high accuracy is… (More)

- F Gliozzi, A Rago
- 2002

We propose to use the different kinds of vacua of the gauge theories coupled to matter as a laboratory to test confinement ideas of pure Yang-Mills theories. In particular, the very poor overlap of the Wilson loop with the broken string states supports the 't Hooft and Mandelstam confinement criteria. However in the Z2 gauge-Higgs model we use as a guide we… (More)