Renormalization of infrared contributions to the QCD pressure

@inproceedings{Torrero2006RenormalizationOI,
  title={Renormalization of infrared contributions to the QCD pressure},
  author={Christian Torrero and Mikko Laine and York Schroder and Francesco Di Renzo and Vincenzo Miccio},
  year={2006}
}
Thanks to dimensional reduction, the infrared contributions to the QCD pressure can be obtained from two different three-dimensional effective field theories, called the Electrostatic QCD (Yang-Mills plus adjoint Higgs) and the Magnetostatic QCD (pure Yang-Mills theory). Lattice measurements have been carried out within these theories, but a proper interpretation of the results requires renormalization, and in some cases also improvement, i.e. the removal of terms of O(a) or O(a^2). We discuss… 

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