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We study the possibility to reconstruct the primordial function for some periodic function. The procedure includes an analytical continuation of a discrete function for Fourier coefficients computation, that introduces an ambiguity. To establish conditions under which no ambiguity appears, the modification of Carlson theorem is suggested. In a case when no… (More)
In the context of reviewing noncompact lattice gauge models at zero and finite temperature we study in detail a contribution of the invariant measure and the time-like plaquette configurations to correlation functions, analyze the problem of the compactness of the potentials in respect to the confinement and indicate the essential features to deal with the… (More)
The role of lattice asymmetry parameter ξ in description of the SU(2) gluodynamics phase structure at finite temperature is studied analytically. The fact that renormalization group relations which permit to remove the lattice asymmetry parameter from the thermodynamical quantities in the ”naive” limit don’t do the same in the approximation SU(N) ≃ Z(N)… (More)
Model for studying coupling dependence on lattice spacing a in gluodynamics is suggested. The model predicts g → g0 > 0 with a→ 0. Free energy density in the model does not depend on temperature.
Transition from Fourier series to Fourier integrals is considered and error introduced by ordinary substitution of integration for summing is estimated. Ambiguity caused by transition from discrete function to continuous one is examined and conditions under which this ambiguity does not arise are suggested.
It was established in chronic experiments on white rats that 40-day supply to the body of a 0.1% phenobarbital solution instead of drinking water activates microsomal enzymes of hepatocytes. Concurrently, the cholesterol content falls, while the enzymatic activity of blood serum and total acetylating capacity of the body increase. 7-day administration of 5%… (More)
Transition from discrete to continuous Fourier series is studied for the functions becoming singular in the transition. Conditions are specified when summing replacement by integration is inadmissible.