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Norm and Metric in RG

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Dec25-12, 01:57 PM
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Hi,

what kind of norms and metrics are typical in coupling constant spaces when modeling RG flows, or even for elementary graphs like P-T graphs. I imagine they are Euclidean, but I was wondering what type of diversity there is in different models for coupling constant spaces.

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