Meson spectral functions at finite temperature

@article{Wetzorke2002MesonSF,
  title={Meson spectral functions at finite temperature},
  author={I. Wetzorke and F. Karsch and E. Laermann and P. Petreczky and S. Stickan},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Lattice},
  year={2002},
  volume={106},
  pages={510-512}
}
Abstract The Maximum Entropy Method provides a Bayesian approach to reconstruct the spectral functions from discrete points in Euclidean time. The applicability of the approach at finite temperature is probed with the thermal meson correlation function. Furthermore the influence of fuzzing/smearing techniques on the spectral shape is investigated. We present first results for meson spectral functions at several temperatures below and above T c . The correlation functions were obtained from… Expand

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