Yang-Mills theory

Yang-Mills theory

[′yaŋ ′milz ‚thē·ə·rē]
(particle physics)
A theory of nuclear forces between nucleons based on the hypothesis that they can be derived by imposing local isospin invariance; this implies that the interaction must occur through the exchange of three massless vector bosons.
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There is activity in lattice gauge theory, however, which poses these questions about mechanisms directly, thus providing valuable guidance to analytical approaches to nonperturbative Quantum Yang-Mills theory.
Reinhardt, "Vertex functions of Coulomb gauge Yang-Mills theory," Physical Review D: Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, vol.
Thirty papers then explore various aspects of physics to which Yang-Mills theory applies, including quantum chromodynamics, supersymmetry, high energy accelerators, novel bosons and fermions, and critique of the Standard Model, among others.
Pure spinors as auxiliary fields in the ten-dimensional supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory. Class.
Among the topics are the functoriality of Rieffel's generalized fixed-point algebras for proper actions, division algebras and supersymmetry, Riemann-Roch and index formulae in twisted K-theory, noncommutative Yang-Mills theory for quantum Heisenberg manifolds, distances between matrix algebras that converge to coadjoint orbits, and geometric and topological structures related to M-branes.
An Interquark qq-potential from Yang-Mills theory has been considered in [13];
No, wait - there's still the Yang-Mills theory, which would involve figuring out the mathematical foundation for quantum physics.
Specifically, they are the Riemann hypothesis, which lingers from Hilbert's list, Yang-Mills theory and the mass gap hypothesis, the P Versus NP problem, the Navier-Stokes equations, the Poincaire conjecture, the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture, and the Hodge conjecture.
2021) to Yang-Mills theory ("An extension to Maxwell's field theory that describes interactions between the weak and the strong force" [p.