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Detection of center vortices in the lattice Yang-Mills vacuum
We discuss the implementation of the {open_quotes}direct{close_quotes} maximal center gauge (a gauge which maximizes the lattice average of the squared-modulus of the trace of link variables), and
Less naive about supersymmetric lattice quantum mechanics
We explain why naive discretization results that have appeared in [1] do not appear to yield the desired continuum limit. The fermion propagator on the lattice inevitably yields a diagram with
Phase diagram of SU(2) with 2 flavors of dynamical adjoint quarks
We report on numerical simulations of SU(2) lattice gauge theory with two flavors of light dynamical quarks in the adjoint of the gauge group. The dynamics of this theory is thought to be very
We are entering an era where a number of large-scale lattice simulations of four-dimensional supersymmetric theories are under way. Moreover, proposals for how to approach such studies continue to
MCRG Minimal Walking Technicolor
We present a Monte Carlo renormalisation group study of the SU(2) gauge theory with two Dirac fermions in the adjoint representation. Using the two{lattice matching technique we measure the running
Lattice gauge theory for physics beyond the Standard Model
Abstract.This document is one of a series of white papers from the USQCD Collaboration. Here, we discuss opportunities for lattice field theory research to make an impact on models of new physics
On the decoupling of mirror fermions
A bstractAn approach to the formulation of chiral gauge theories on the lattice is to start with a vector-like theory, but decouple one chirality (the “mirror” fermions) using strong Yukawa
N=4 supersymmetry on a space-time lattice
Maximally supersymmetric Yang--Mills theory in four dimensions can be formulated on a space-time lattice while exactly preserving a single supersymmetry. Here we explore in detail this lattice
Lattice super-Yang-Mills using domain wall fermions in the chiral limit
Lattice N=1 super-Yang-Mills formulated using Ginsparg-Wilson fermions provides a rigorous nonperturbative definition of the continuum theory that requires no fine-tuning as the lattice spacing is