Lattice Gauge Theory for Condensed Matter Physics: Ferromagnetic Superconductivity as its Example

@article{Ichinose2014LatticeGT,
  title={Lattice Gauge Theory for Condensed Matter Physics: Ferromagnetic Superconductivity as its Example},
  author={Ikuo Ichinose and Tetsuo Matsui},
  journal={arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons},
  year={2014}
}
Recent theoretical studies of various strongly-correlated systems in condensed matter physics reveal that the lattice gauge theory(LGT) developed in high-energy physics is quite a useful tool to understand physics of these systems. Knowledges of LGT are to become a necessary item even for condensed matter physicists. In the first part of this paper, we present a concise review of LGT for the reader who wants to understand its basics for the first time. For illustration, we choose the abelian… 
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