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DATE

2005-02

AUTHORS

M. I. Polikarpov, S. N. Syritsyn, V. I. Zakharov

ABSTRACT

We introduce the notion of a minimal number of negative links on the lattice for a given original configuration of SU(2) fields. Negative links correspond to a large potential, not necessarily to large action. The idea is that the minimal number of negative links is a gauge invariant notion. To verify this hypothesis, we measure the correlator of two negative links, averaged over all the directions, as a function of the distance between the links. The inverse correlation length coincides within the error bars with the lightest glueball mass. More... »

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143-145

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1134/1.1914869

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