Logo

Lattice Perturbation Theory

Small book cover: Lattice Perturbation Theory

Lattice Perturbation Theory
by

Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 221

Description:
In this review we explain the main methods and techniques of lattice perturbation theory, focusing on the cases of Wilson and Ginsparg-Wilson fermions. We will illustrate, among other topics, the peculiarities of perturbative techniques on the lattice, the use of computer codes for the analytic calculations and the computation of lattice integrals. Discussed are also methods for the computation of 1-loop integrals with very high precision.

Home page url

Download or read it online for free here:
Download link
(1.7MB, PDF)

Similar books

Book cover: Neutrino masses and mixings and...Neutrino masses and mixings and...
by - arXiv
The authors review experimental and theoretical results related to neutrino physics with emphasis on neutrino masses and mixings, and outline possible lines of development. The physics is presented in a simple way, avoiding unnecessary formalisms.
(5349 views)
Book cover: Elements of Group TheoryElements of Group Theory
by - arXiv
The following notes are the basis for a graduate course. They are oriented towards the application of group theory to particle physics, although some of it can be used for general quantum mechanics. They have no pretense of mathematical rigor.
(10743 views)
Book cover: A Simple Introduction to Particle PhysicsA Simple Introduction to Particle Physics
by - arXiv
An introduction to the relevant mathematical and physical ideas that form the foundation of Particle Physics, including Group Theory, Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Field Theory and Interactions, Abelian and Non-Abelian Gauge Theory, etc.
(12337 views)
Book cover: The Particle Detector BriefBookThe Particle Detector BriefBook
by - CERN, Geneva
This is a handbook, or an extended glossary, written in encyclopedic format, covering subjects around particle detectors, the underlying physics, and the analysis of their data. It is both introduction for newcomers and reference for physicists.
(3838 views)