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Lattice QCD at finite temperature  [PDF]
P. Petreczky
Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2006.11.129
Abstract: I discuss recent developments in finite temperature lattice QCD, including the calculation of the transition temperature, equation of state, color screening and meson spectral functions.
Lattice QCD at Finite Temperature  [PDF]
P. Petreczky
Physics , 2005,
Abstract: I review recent progress in lattice QCD at finite temperature. Results on the transition temperature will be summarized. Recent progress in understanding in-medium modifications of interquark forces and quarkonia spectral functions at finite temperatures is discussed.
Progress in lattice QCD at finite temperature  [PDF]
Peter Petreczky
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: I review current status of lattice QCD calculations of the deconfining transition at finite temperature and quarkonia spectral functions.
Lattice QCD at finite temperature and density  [PDF]
Shinji Ejiri
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1143/PTPS.186.510
Abstract: We study the phase structure of QCD at finite temperature and density by numerical simulations on a lattice. The most important point for the numerical study at finite density is treatment of the sign problem. We propose a method to avoid the sign problem, which is based on a cumulant expansion of the complex phase in the density of state method combined with the reweighting method. Using the method, we study the critical point terminating a first order phase transition line in lattice QCD at high temperature and density.
Lattice QCD at finite temperature  [PDF]
Shinji Ejiri
Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1016/S0920-5632(01)00922-7
Abstract: Recent developments in finite-temperature QCD with dynamical quarks are reviewed focusing on the topics of critical temperature, the equation of state, and critical behaviors around the chiral phase transition.
Lattice QCD at finite temperature and density
Philipsen, Owe
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007, DOI: 10.1140/epjst/e2007-00376-3
Abstract: QCD at finite temperature and density is becoming increasingly important for various experimental programmes, ranging from heavy ion physics to astro-particle physics. The non-perturbative nature of non-abelian quantum field theories at finite temperature leaves lattice QCD as the only tool by which we may hope to come to reliable predictions from first principles. This requires careful extrapolations to the thermodynamic, chiral and continuum limits in order to eliminate systematic effects introduced by the discretization procedure. After an introduction to lattice QCD at finite temperature and density, its possibilities and current systematic limitations, a review of present numerical results is given. In particular, plasma properties such as the equation of state, screening masses, static quark free energies and spectral functions are discussed, as well as the critical temperature and the QCD phase structure at zero and finite density.
Charmonium in finite temperature lattice QCD  [PDF]
T. Umeda,R. Katayama,H. Matsufuru,O. Miyamura
Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1016/S0920-5632(01)00997-5
Abstract: We study hadron properties near the deconfining transition in the finite temperature lattice QCD. This paper focus on the heavy quarkonium states, such as $J/\psi$ meson. We compare the meson correlators above and below $T_c$ and discuss the possibility of the $c\bar{c}$ bound state by observing the wave function.
Progress in Lattice QCD at finite temperature  [PDF]
P. Petreczky
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: I review recent developements in lattice QCD at finite temperature, including the determination of the transition temperature T_c, equation of state and diffenet static screening lengths. The lattice data suggest that at temperatures above 1.5T_c the quark gluon plasma can be considered as gas consisting of quarks and gluons.
Recent progress in lattice QCD at finite temperature  [PDF]
Peter Petreczky
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: I review recent progress in finite temperature lattice calculations, including the study of the nature of the deconfinement transition in QCD, equation of state, screening of static quarks and meson spectral functions.
Progress in finite temperature lattice QCD  [PDF]
P. Petreczky
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1088/0954-3899/35/4/044033
Abstract: I review recent progress in finite temperature lattice calculations, including the determination of the transition temperature, equation of state, screening of static quarks and meson spectral functions.
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