Minimal walking on the lattice

  title={Minimal walking on the lattice},
  author={Simon Catterall and Francesco Sannino},
  journal={Physical Review D},
We provide the first evidence of a walking dynamics for two color lattice Yang-Mills theory with two Dirac flavors in the symmetric representation of the gauge group. 

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