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The Fermion Bag approach to Strongly Correlated Fermions

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The Fermion Bag approach to Strongly Correlated Fermions

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... all/Dhagash Mehta We show that a new Monte Carlo method, which we call the fermion bag approach, allows us to compute quantities efficiently in strongly  correlated fermion field theories. One important feature of the method is that one ...


Fermion-monopole scattering and Rubakov-Callan effect

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... is not fully understood -- some initial states of the scattering process seem to require final states with half-integer fermion numbers. For example, a final state for scattering of a left-handed electron appears to contains a half of ...


Fermion-monopole scattering and Rubakov-Callan effect

web.physics.syr.edu/events/event_items2012/SEM-Shirman.html

... is not fully understood -- some initial states of the scattering process seem to require final states with half-integer fermion numbers. For example, a final state for scattering of a left-handed electron appears to contains a half of ...


The study of decoupling of mirror fermions via an anomaly free toy ...

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... viability. Previous work  has been done based on the two-dimension ”1-0” model, which has one charged fermion and one spectator fermion which is neutral under the U (1) gauge  group, and massless excitations has been observed in the ...


The study of decoupling of mirror fermions via an anomaly free toy ...

web.physics.syr.edu/events/event_items2012/SEM-ChenChen.html

... to test its  viability. Previous work  has been done based on the two-dimension ”1-0” model, which has one charged fermion and one spectator fermion which is neutral under the U (1) gauge  group, and massless excitations has been ...


Simon Catterall

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... technicolor models of composite Higgs. Such models are conjectured to develop confo-rmally invariant phases as the number of fermion flavors is increased. Close to these points the theory exhibits a slow evolution of the coupling with ...


Fundamental Theory Group: Lattice Field Theory

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... in higher dimensional representations. Such models are conjectured to develop confor-mally invariant phases as the number of fermion flavors is increased. Close to these points the theory exhibits a slow evolution of the coupling with ...


Particle Theory and Theoretical Cosmology

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... have formulated gauge theories, developed a precise theory of monopoles and instant-ons, formulated chiral fermions without fermion doubling and proved the axial anomaly in the framework of fuzzy physics. Balachandran and coworkers have ...


Simon Catterall

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... technicolor models of composite Higgs. Such models are conjectured to develop confo-rmally invariant phases as the number of fermion flavors is increased. Close to these points the theory exhibits a slow evolution of the coupling with ...


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