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Behr Wolfgang : Reimende Bronzeinschriften und die Entstehung der chinesischen Endreimdichtung
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Regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative
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Regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative
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In gauge theory on noncommutative spacetime with constant commutator, the infinities of commutative gauge theory persist and new infinities (the famous IR/UVmixing) show up. To deal with these, a consistent way to regularize noncommutative QFT is needed. For the regularization we will use a matrix model whose ground state is the product of two ...
In gauge theory on noncommutative spacetime with constant commutator, the infinities of commutative gauge theory persist and new infinities (the famous IR/UVmixing) show up. To deal with these, a consistent way to regularize noncommutative QFT is needed. For the regularization we will use a matrix model whose ground state is the product of two fuzzy spheeres, the fluctuations around this ground state producing the gauge theory. This gauge theory is completely well defined and finite. In a double scaling limit we will blow up the fuzzy spheres at their north poles, mapping the gauge theory on the spheres to the gauge theory on noncommutative R 4, and thereby providing it with the desired reularization. Further we were able to match certain sectors of the instanton solutions of the regularized theory with known fluxonsolutions on noncommuative R 4. The talk is based on joint work with Frank Meyer and Harold Steinacker [1].
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Noncommutative Gauge Theory beyond the Canonical Case
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Noncommutative Gauge Theory beyond the Canonical Case
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Canonically deformed spacetime, where the commutator of two coordinates is a constant, is the most commonly studied noncommutative space. Noncommutative gauge theories that have ordinary gauge theory as their commutative limit have been constructed there. But these theories have their drawbacks: First of all, constant noncommutativity can only b...
Canonically deformed spacetime, where the commutator of two coordinates is a constant, is the most commonly studied noncommutative space. Noncommutative gauge theories that have ordinary gauge theory as their commutative limit have been constructed there. But these theories have their drawbacks: First of all, constant noncommutativity can only be an approximation of a realistic theory, and therefore it is necessary to study more complicated spacedependent structures as well. Secondly, in the canonical case, the noncommutativity didn't fulfill the initial hope of curing the divergencies of quantum field theory. Therefore it is very desirable to understand noncommutative spaces that really admit finite QFTs. These two aspects of going beyond the canonical case will be the main focus of this thesis. They will be addressed within two different formalisms, each of which is especially suited for the purpose. In the first part noncommutative spaces created by ⋆products are studied.
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Gauge Theory on Fuzzy S2 × S2 and
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Gauge Theory on Fuzzy S2 × S2 and
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We define U(n) gauge theory on fuzzy S 2 N × S2 N as a multimatrix model, which reduces to ordinary YangMills theory on S 2 ×S 2 in the commutative limit N → ∞. The model can be used as a regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative R 4 θ in a particular scaling limit, which is studied in detail. We also find topologically nontrivial U(1)...
We define U(n) gauge theory on fuzzy S 2 N × S2 N as a multimatrix model, which reduces to ordinary YangMills theory on S 2 ×S 2 in the commutative limit N → ∞. The model can be used as a regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative R 4 θ in a particular scaling limit, which is studied in detail. We also find topologically nontrivial U(1) solutions, which reduce to the known “fluxon ” solutions in the limit, reproducing their full moduli space. Other solutions which can be interpreted of R4 θ as 2dimensional branes are also found. The quantization of the model is defined nonperturbatively in terms of a path integral which is finite. A gaugefixed BRSTinvariant action is given as well. Fermions in the fundamental representation of the gauge group are included using a formulation based on SO(6), by defining a fuzzy Dirac operator which reduces to the standard Dirac operator on S2 × S2 in the
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Gauge Theory on Fuzzy S2 × S2 and
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Gauge Theory on Fuzzy S2 × S2 and
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We define U(n) gauge theory on fuzzy S 2 N × S2 N as a multimatrix model, which reduces to ordinary YangMills theory on S 2 ×S 2 in the commutative limit N → ∞. The model can be used as a regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative R 4 θ in a particular scaling limit, which is studied in detail. We also find topologically nontrivial U(1)...
We define U(n) gauge theory on fuzzy S 2 N × S2 N as a multimatrix model, which reduces to ordinary YangMills theory on S 2 ×S 2 in the commutative limit N → ∞. The model can be used as a regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative R 4 θ in a particular scaling limit, which is studied in detail. We also find topologically nontrivial U(1) solutions, which reduce to the known “fluxon ” solutions in the limit, reproducing their full moduli space. Other solutions which can be interpreted of R4 θ as 2dimensional branes are also found. The quantization of the model is defined nonperturbatively in terms of a path integral which is finite. A gaugefixed BRSTinvariant action is given as well. Fermions in the fundamental representation of the gauge group are included using a formulation based on SO(6), by defining a fuzzy Dirac operator which reduces to the standard Dirac operator on S2 × S2 in the
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Gauge Theory on Fuzzy S2 × S2 and
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Gauge Theory on Fuzzy S2 × S2 and
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We define U(n) gauge theory on fuzzy S 2 N × S2 N as a multimatrix model, which reduces to ordinary YangMills theory on S 2 ×S 2 in the commutative limit N → ∞. The model can be used as a regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative R 4 θ in a particular scaling limit, which is studied in detail. We also find topologically nontrivial U(1)...
We define U(n) gauge theory on fuzzy S 2 N × S2 N as a multimatrix model, which reduces to ordinary YangMills theory on S 2 ×S 2 in the commutative limit N → ∞. The model can be used as a regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative R 4 θ in a particular scaling limit, which is studied in detail. We also find topologically nontrivial U(1) solutions, which reduce to the known “fluxon ” solutions in the limit, reproducing their full moduli space. Other solutions which can be interpreted of R4 θ as 2dimensional branes are also found. The quantization of the model is defined nonperturbatively in terms of a path integral which is finite. A gaugefixed BRSTinvariant action is given as well. Fermions in the fundamental representation of the gauge group are included using a formulation based on SO(6), by defining a fuzzy Dirac operator which reduces to the standard Dirac operator on S2 × S2 in the
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Gauge Theory on Fuzzy S2 × S2 and
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Gauge Theory on Fuzzy S2 × S2 and
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We define U(n) gauge theory on fuzzy S 2 N × S2 N as a multimatrix model, which reduces to ordinary YangMills theory on S 2 ×S 2 in the commutative limit N → ∞. The model can be used as a regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative R 4 θ in a particular scaling limit, which is studied in detail. We also find topologically nontrivial U(1)...
We define U(n) gauge theory on fuzzy S 2 N × S2 N as a multimatrix model, which reduces to ordinary YangMills theory on S 2 ×S 2 in the commutative limit N → ∞. The model can be used as a regularization of gauge theory on noncommutative R 4 θ in a particular scaling limit, which is studied in detail. We also find topologically nontrivial U(1) solutions, which reduce to the known “fluxon ” solutions in the limit, reproducing their full moduli space. Other solutions which can be interpreted of R4 θ as 2dimensional branes are also found. The quantization of the model is defined nonperturbatively in terms of a path integral which is finite. A gaugefixed BRSTinvariant action is given as well. Fermions in the fundamental representation of the gauge group are included using a formulation based on SO(6), by defining a fuzzy Dirac operator which reduces to the standard Dirac operator on S2 × S2 in the
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Organisationales Lernen aus strukturationstheoretischer Perspektive
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Organisationales Lernen aus strukturationstheoretischer Perspektive
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Das Besondere an der Strukturationstheorie liegt in ihrer Anknüpfung an verschiedene grundlegende Theorietraditionen der Sozialwissenschaften und dem Versuch, diese vermittelnd zu integrieren. Da auch die Diskussion um organisationales Lernen durch diese Traditionen zum Teil geprägt ist und sich viele ihrer blinden Flecken und ungelösten theoret...
Das Besondere an der Strukturationstheorie liegt in ihrer Anknüpfung an verschiedene grundlegende Theorietraditionen der Sozialwissenschaften und dem Versuch, diese vermittelnd zu integrieren. Da auch die Diskussion um organisationales Lernen durch diese Traditionen zum Teil geprägt ist und sich viele ihrer blinden Flecken und ungelösten theoretischen Probleme darauf zurückführen lassen, erscheint mir die Strukturationstheorie als vielversprechender Ansatz, der darauf eine konstruktive Antwort geben kann. In der vorliegenden Arbeit soll der Ansatz von Giddens die sozialtheoretische Basis bieten für eine Diskussion organisationalen Lernens (OL), die zwar an die vorhandene Literatur zu diesem Thema zum Teil anknüpft, sie aber um eine eigene, integrative und sozialtheoretisch fundierte Sichtweise ergänzt. Ausgegangen werden soll dabei zum einen von dem skizzierten Modernitätsverständnis, welches Reflexivität und Lernen zu einem Grundprinzip des sozialen Lebens erklärt und zum anderen von folgenden kritischen Anmerkungen zur OLDiskussion, die auf einer überblicksartigen Einschätzung des OLDiskussionsfeldes beruhen und nicht auf einer systematischen Aufarbeitung einzelner Arbeiten. Sie beschreiben aktuelle, primär theoretische Problemfelder, für deren 'Lösung' die Strukturationstheorie hilfreiche Konzepte anbietet. ; This paper discusses organizational learning from the viewpoint of Anthony Giddens' theory of structuration. It makes reference to the current discussion of organizational learning and employs the theory of structuration, which is increasingly used in organization and management theory (see for example the special issue on 'action, structure and organizations' in Organization Studies 1997, 18/1). For this reasons, the paper accomplishes two things simultaneously: it gives theoretical based answers to some preeminent criticisms on organizational learning and it applies an approach which is still rather uncommon in its substance. Therefore, an illuminating and innovative perspective is added to the field of organizational learning and change.
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Strukturationstheorie ; Strukturierungsdimension ; Modernitätstheorie ; Globalisierung ; Lernprozeß ; ddc:320 ; Organisation ; Lernen ; Unsicherheit
Strukturationstheorie ; Strukturierungsdimension ; Modernitätstheorie ; Globalisierung ; Lernprozeß ; ddc:320 ; Organisation ; Lernen ; Unsicherheit
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Noncommutative Gauge Theory beyond the Canonical Case
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Noncommutative Gauge Theory beyond the Canonical Case
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In this thesis noncommutative gauge theory is extended beyond the canonical case, i.e. to structures where the commutator no longer is a constant. In the first part noncommutative spaces created by starproducts are studied. We are able to identify differential operators that still have an undeformed Leibniz rule and can therefore be gauged much...
In this thesis noncommutative gauge theory is extended beyond the canonical case, i.e. to structures where the commutator no longer is a constant. In the first part noncommutative spaces created by starproducts are studied. We are able to identify differential operators that still have an undeformed Leibniz rule and can therefore be gauged much in the same way as in the canonical case. By linking these derivations to frames (vielbeins) of a curved manifold, it is possible to formulate noncommutative gauge theories that admit nonconstant noncommutativity and go to gauge theory on curved spacetime in the commutative limit. We are also able to express the dependence of the noncommutative quantities on their corresponding commutative counterparts by using SeibergWitten maps. In the second part we study noncommutative gauge theory in the matrix theory approach. There, the noncommutative space is a finite dimensional matrix algebra (fuzzy space) which emerges as the ground state of a matrix action, the fluctuations around this ground state creating the gauge theory. This gauge theory is finite, goes to gauge theory on a 4dimensional manifold in the commutative limit and can also be used to regularize the noncommutative gauge theory of the canonical case. In particular, we are able to match parts of the known instanton sector of the canonical case with the instantons of the finite theory. ; Comment: 156 pages, PhDThesis, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Julius Wess, v2: references added
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NC Wilson lines and the inverse SeibergWitten map for nondegenerate star products
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NC Wilson lines and the inverse SeibergWitten map for nondegenerate star products
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Open Wilson lines are known to be the observables of noncommutative gauge theory with MoyalWeyl star product. We generalize these objects to more general star products. As an application we derive a formula for the inverse SeibergWitten map for star products with invertible Poisson structures. ; Comment: 8 pages
Open Wilson lines are known to be the observables of noncommutative gauge theory with MoyalWeyl star product. We generalize these objects to more general star products. As an application we derive a formula for the inverse SeibergWitten map for star products with invertible Poisson structures. ; Comment: 8 pages
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(813) Attikis, Alexandros
(813) Auffray, Etiennette
(813) Autermann, Christian
(813) Auzinger, Georg
(813) Avdeeva, Ekaterina
(813) Avery, Paul
(813) Avetisyan, Aram
(813) Avila, Carlos
(813) Azarkin, Maksim
(813) Azhgirey, Igor
(813) Aziz, Tariq
(813) Azzolini, Virginia
(813) Azzurri, Paolo
(813) Bachtis, Michail
(813) Baden, Drew
(813) Baffioni, Stephanie
(813) Bagliesi, Giuseppe
(813) Baillon, Paul
(813) Bainbridge, Robert
(813) Bakhshiansohi, Hamed
(813) Ball, Austin
(813) Ban, Yong
(813) Banerjee, Sudeshna
(813) Banerjee, Sunanda
(813) Bansal, Sunil
(813) Barbagli, Giuseppe
(813) Barberis, Emanuela
(813) Bargassa, Pedrame
(813) Barge, Derek
(813) Baringer, Philip
(813) Barker, Anthony
(813) Barnett, Bruce Arnold
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(412) particle physics experiment
(302) cern lhc coll
(299) experiment hep
(278) p p scattering
(263) experimental results
(229) hep ex
(229) info eu repo classification ddc 530
(162) atlas
(154) cms
(153) 8000 gev cms
(74) 7000 gev cms
(58) background
(54) p p colliding beams
(54) transverse momentum dependence
(44) rapidity dependence
(42) transverse momentum missing energy
(41) 7000 8000 gev cms
(39) monte carlo
(39) top pair production
(38) differential cross section measured
(37) z0 leptonic decay
(35) higher order 1
(33) channel cross section measured
(33) jet bottom
(33) jet multiplicity
(32) supersymmetry
(31) dilepton final state
(31) standard model validity test
(30) new physics search for
(28) info eu repo classification ddc 550
(27) quantum chromodynamics perturbation theory
(26) channel cross section branching ratio upper limit
(25) experiment nucl
(25) lead
(24) nuclear physics experiment
(23) higgs particle mass
(22) jet transverse momentum
(21) transverse energy missing energy
(20) parton showers
(20) quantum chromodynamics
(19) cross section upper limit
(19) heavy ion scattering
(19) parton distribution function
(19) z0 associated production
(18) nucl ex
(17) higgs particle hadroproduction
(17) sensitivity
(17) stop pair production
(16) signature
(16) w leptonic decay
(16) z0 lepton lepton
(15) vector boson leptonic decay
(14) bottom pair production
(14) efficiency
(14) higgs particle 2photon
(14) higgs particle decay modes
(14) impact parameter dependence
(14) jet hadroproduction
(14) lepton final state
(14) mass dependence
(14) new particle search for
(14) rapidity
(13) anti kt algorithm
(13) bottom particle identification
(13) higgs particle radiative decay
(13) jet multiple production
(13) lepton multiplicity
(13) transverse momentum high
(13) w associated production
(13) w hadroproduction
(12) 2760 gev cms nucleon
(12) cross section measured
(12) gluon gluon fusion
(12) higgs particle associated production
(12) numerical calculations monte carlo
(12) p p higgs particle anything
(12) vector boson fusion
(12) z0 hadroproduction
(11) data analysis method
(11) dimuon mass spectrum
(11) mass lower limit
(11) new physics
(10) dilepton same sign
(10) electroweak interaction
(10) gluino mass lower limit
(10) higgs particle 2z0
(10) higgs particle decay
(10) higgs particle leptonic decay
(10) j psi 3100 leptonic decay
(10) kinematics
(10) neutralino lsp
(10) space time higher dimensional
(10) stop mass lower limit
(10) transverse momentum
(9) cross section ratio
(9) gluino pair production
(9) higgs particle coupling
(9) higher order 2
(9) info eu repo classification ddc 610
(9) mass spectrum two photon
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