## 5 Citations

### Provable First-Order Transitions for Nonlinear Vector and Gauge Models with Continuous Symmetries

- Physics
- 2003

We consider various sufficiently nonlinear vector models of ferromagnets, of nematic liquid crystals and of nonlinear lattice gauge theories with continuous symmetries. We show, employing the method…

### First-order transitions for very nonlinear sigma models.

- Physics
- 2005

In this contribution we discuss the occurrence of first-order transitions in temperature in various short-range lattice models with a rotation symmetry. Such transitions turn out to be widespread…

### First-order transitions for very nonlinear sigma models

- Physics
- 2008

In this contribution we discuss the occurrence of first-order transitions in temperature in various short-range lattice models with a rotation symmetry. Such transitions turn out to be widespread…

### Light Hadron Masses from Lattice QCD

- Physics
- 2012

This article reviews lattice QCD results for the light hadron spectrum. An overview of different formulations of lattice QCD with discussions on the fermion doubling problem and improvement programs…

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### Non-Gaussian Fixed Point in Four-Dimensional Pure Compact U(1) Gauge Theory on the Lattice.

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