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The monopole content of topological clusters : have KvB calorons been found?
E.-M. Ilgenfritz ; B. V. Martemyanov ; M. Müller-Preussker ; A. I. Veselov ;
Date 18 Dec 2004
Journal Phys.Rev. D71 (2005) 034505
Subject hep-lat
AffiliationHumboldt U Berlin), B. V. Martemyanov (ITEP Moscow), M. Müller-Preussker (Humboldt U Berlin) and A. I. Veselov (ITEP Moscow
AbstractUsing smearing of equilibrium lattice fields generated at finite temperature in the confined phase of SU(2) lattice gauge theory, we have investigated the emerging topological objects (clusters of topological charge). Analysing their monopole content according to the Polyakov gauge and the maximally Abelian gauge, we characterize part of them to correspond to nonstatic calorons or static dyons in the context of Kraan-van Baal caloron solutions with non-trivial holonomy. The behaviour of the Polyakov loop inside these clusters and the (model-dependent) topological charges of these objects support this interpretation.
Source arXiv, hep-lat/0412028
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