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Another challenge is to find the planar large N limit of such an interesting 2D quantum field theory as the principal chiral field. More precisely, we study the general Virasoro construction 4a 4b at one loop in the operator algebra of the general sigma model, where L is a symmetric second-rank spacetime tensor field, the inverse inertia tensor, which is to be determined. This is a huge field, far larger than anything one has ever seen or produced on this earth. The typical velocities in the ensemble that we consider have rough spatial behavior and even rougher time behavior. In an interacting theory the mass-shell condition is relaxed somewhat; it is required only of asymptotic states. In fact, with written in terms of the smallest possible blocks we can classify all possible solutions to the covariant by D 1 ,.

However, since we are emphasizing the role of the gauge group center, rather than the U 1 subgroup, it really makes more sense to choose a gauge in which the entire link variable U is brought as close as possible to the center elements Â± I. For this we set by separation of variables , 15 and expand to first order in Î± c. It is now possible to define a continuum limit of the above discretized theory by approaching the critical point in a suitable way: 58 If we return to the relations 48 between g and Âµ and z and Î», respectively, we can write 58 as follows: 59 where Âµ c and Î» c correspond to g c and z c , respectively. We see that w z, g is the generating function Â§ for {w l , k }. It is easy to check that the operators represented this way fulfil the defining relations of the algebra O m. In this talk, we restrict ourselves to holomorphic stress tensors, and the reader is referred to Ref.

A special comment is needed concerning the continuum spectrum of the supermembrane 14. Singapore, World Scientific, 1992 S. We then define at each link 13 which is easily seen to transform like a Z2 gauge field under the remnant Z 2 symmetry. Since expansion 34 describes also probabilities that the trajectories approach each other after time t. This is partially due to the successes of Quantum Gravity in the Ashtekar â€” Lewandowski â€” Rovelli â€” Smolin formulation 1, 2.

Monopole condensation confines abelian charged objects, and the abelian electric field forms a flux tube. Usually the situation is the opposite: regularized theories are either used We will show that it is the case by explicit calculations, where some of the re- sults can be compared with the corresponding continuum expressions. It seems evident from this data that, just as the abelian A links are the crucial part of the full U link variables in maximal abelian gauge, so the Z center variables are the crucial part of the A links in maximal center gauge, carrying most of the information about the string tension. If all quantities are measured in terms of this mass-scale, the results are thus pure numbers and universal. On a generic function in the parameter space, F k , these operations act as follows: 3 For a finite number of couplings the derivatives above should be understood as ordinary derivatives, whereas in the case of the sigma model these will be functional derivatives, and the dot will imply an integration over spacetime. The fields G i j and B i j are the covariantly constant metric and antisymmetric tensor field on M. In particular, if the presence or absence of P-vortices in the projected configuration is unrelated to the confining properties of the corresponding unprojected configuration, then we would expect 15 51 Figure 2.

This is one of the main objectives of these lectures. Summarizing, intermittency in the Kraichnan model of the passive advection appears to be due to the slow collective modes in the otherwise superdiffusive stochastic Lagrangian flow. E 52 1995 , 4924-4941 7. While there are no truly stable finite energy membranes in the decompactified limit, there exist very long lived classical membranes. Similarly, at higher loop orders, if we are able to find the corrected duality transformations under which the higher-loop Weyl anomaly coefficients transform contravariantly as in Eq. The second term in T is a finite one-loop counterterm which characterizes our renormalization scheme. We have excluded the end points of the interval 0, T in the last equation.

Jevicki and B, Sakita, Nucl. Conclusion It is now too early to make any definite conclusions since it is not yet clear whether or not this formulation of superstrings, which is based on the supersymmetric matrix models, would survive. For instance only the commutator is left in the non-abelian field strength 49 and there are no space-time derivatives. Many things remain to be understood. More general large N soluble systems also have this property. This two-matrix model has the only complication with respect to the ordinary one, containing usually only polynomial potentials: its potentials contain logarithmic parts, like in the well know one matrix Penner model. As functions of x they are essentially HÃ¶lder continuous with exponent Î¾2.

Not every potential is compatible with this solution. I used for this purpose the notes of three lectures at 5th Nordic Meeting on Supersymmetric Field and String Theories in Helsinki March 10â€”12, 1997 which exist in the e-Print Archive but has never been published. Local gauge transformations act on wave functions in the following way: 16 This induces the transformation law for the field operators Ã‚ and , formally identical with 14 and 15. Details of the relevant background field expansions, Feynman diagrams and dimensional regularization can be found in Ref. For the details of the derivation, I must refer the reader to one of our articles. Now gauge invariance does no longer imply vanishing of the total charge, because the electric fields on external links remain when we sum up equations 20 over all sites of Î› : 22 We stress that the external fluxes are not dynamical quantities in this approach, they play the role of prescribed boundary conditions. They are unitarily equivalent to at most a countable sum of copies of the SchrÃ¶dinger representation 12.

Can we attempt to argue also conversely? Verbaarschot Determination of Critical Exponents and Equation of State by Field Theory Methods. We will also reduce the search for the most general solution of continuous Hirota equation 18 defined by the time dependent potential V x , t t o a simpler problem. Procaccia: Anomalous Scaling in a Model of Passive Scalar Advection: Exact Results. We would in particular like to thank Z. Observe that magnetic flux operators are subject to the following constraint: the total magnetic flux through the boundary of a lattice cube vanishes as a consequence of 24 , 25 Moreover, we consider bilinear invariants 1. Another clear, and even more pertinent, example of this can be seen with Gij at twoloop order: if Eq.