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Maximum entropy analysis of the spectral functions in lattice QCD
QCD phenomenology based on a chiral effective Lagrangian
The phase diagram of dense QCD
The current status of theoretical studies on the quantum chromodynamics (QCD) phase diagram at finite temperature and baryon chemical potential is reviewed with special emphasis on the origin of…
From hadrons to quarks in neutron stars: a review
- G. Baym, T. Hatsuda, T. Kojo, P. Powell, Yifan Song, T. Takatsuka
- PhysicsReports on progress in physics. Physical Society
- 17 July 2017
The structure of neutron stars constructed from the unified equations of states with crossover is described, and the parameters of effective quark models are constrained by neutron star mass and radii measurements, in particular favoring large repulsive density-density and attractive diquark pairing interactions.
Lattice quantum chromodynamics and baryon-baryon interactions
- T. Hatsuda
- PhysicsFrontiers of Physics
- 21 September 2018
After briefly reviewing the theoretical concepts and numerical methods in lattice QCD, recent simulation results of the hadron masses and hadron interactions with nearly physical quark masses are…
Two-baryon potentials and H-dibaryon from 3-flavor lattice QCD simulations
Stau-catalyzed 6Li production in big-bang nucleosynthesis
Nuclear force from lattice QCD.
It is shown that the central part of V(NN)(r) has a strong repulsive core of a few hundred MeV at short distances surrounded by an attractive well at medium and long distances, consistent with the known phenomenological features of the nuclear force.
Theoretical Foundation of the Nuclear Force in QCD and Its Applications to Central and Tensor Forces in Quenched Lattice QCD Simulations
We present full accounts of a method to extract nucleon-nucleon ( NN ) potentials from the Bethe-Salpter amplitude in lattice QCD. The method is applied to two nucleons on the lattice with quenched…
Bound H dibaryon in flavor SU(3) limit of lattice QCD.
The flavor-singlet H dibaryon, which has strangeness -2 and baryon number 2, is studied by the approach recently developed for the baryons-baryon interactions in lattice QCD and the potential is found to be insensitive to the volume.