Pure Yang-Mills theory in D=1+1


by Lester
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Lester
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Jun6-08, 05:48 AM
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I was aware that this theory can be solved exactly and is trivial, i.e. there is no dynamics. I was also convinced that this result is due to 't Hooft. Could you confirm this view and put out some relevant refs about?

Thanks beforehand.

Jon
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blechman
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Jun6-08, 02:01 PM
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start here:

A Two-Dimensional Model for Mesons.
Gerard 't Hooft (CERN) . CERN-TH-1820, Feb 1974. 16pp.
Published in Nucl.Phys.B75:461,1974.
Lester
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Jun6-08, 02:04 PM
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Nice! Thanks a lot.


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