In physics, lattice field theory is the study of lattice models of quantum field theory, that is, of field theory on a spacetime that has been… (More)

(More)

Semantic Scholar uses AI to extract papers important to this topic.

2009

2009

We discuss the generalized eigenvalue problem for computing energies and matrix elements in lattice gauge theory, including… (More)

Is this relevant?

2009

2009

Kaluza-Klein compactifications of higher dimensional Yang–Mills theories contain a number of four dimensional scalars… (More)

Is this relevant?

2006

2006

- Anthony Duncan
- 2006

An effective field theory exists describing a very large class of biophysically interesting Coulomb gas systems: the lowest order… (More)

Is this relevant?

Review

2000

Review

2000

- Stefan Sint
- 2000

I review the strategies which have been developped in recent years to solve the non-perturbative renormalization problem in… (More)

Is this relevant?

Review

1999

Review

1999

I review some of the contributions which lattice simulations are likely to make during the next five years or so to the… (More)

Is this relevant?

1995

1995

We develope a difference calculus analogous to the differential geometry by translating the forms and exterior derivatives to… (More)

Is this relevant?

Highly Cited

1993

Highly Cited

1993

- Martin L Uscher
- 1993

The theory underlying a proposed random number generator for numerical simulations in elementary particle physics and statistical… (More)

Is this relevant?

Review

1992

Review

1992

- Ulli Wolff
- 1992

An overview is given over the recently developed and now widely used Monte Carlo algorithms with reduced or eliminated critical… (More)

Is this relevant?

Review

1992

Review

1992

- Andrew Kennedy
- 1992

I present a summary of recent algorithmic developments for lattice field theories. In particular I give a pedagogical… (More)

Is this relevant?

1981

1981

- Jeffrey M. Rabin, S. D. Drell, +15 authors Nikki Baumrind
- 1981

Lattice quantum field theories containing fennions can be formulated in a chirally invariant way provided long-range interactions… (More)

Is this relevant?