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(thanks to David Corfield in another thread). Besides the explicit results reviewed in section V, this is a very useful account of general computer simulation of lattice QCD
Expanded the Idea-section. Added pointer to the original article
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added these pointers on looking at lattice gauge theory from the point of view of “tensor networks”:
Luca Tagliacozzo, Alessio Celi, Maciej Lewenstein, Tensor Networks for Lattice Gauge Theories with continuous groups, Phys. Rev. X 4, 041024 (2014) (arXiv:1405.4811)
M.C. Bañuls, R. Blatt, J. Catani, A. Celi, J.I. Cirac, M. Dalmonte, L. Fallani, K. Jansen, M. Lewenstein, S. Montangero, C.A. Muschik, B. Reznik, E. Rico, Luca Tagliacozzo, K. Van Acoleyen, Frank Verstraete, U.-J. Wiese, M. Wingate, J. Zakrzewski, P. Zoller:
Simulating Lattice Gauge Theories within Quantum Technologies
added these two pointers:
Masanori Hanada, Markov Chain Monte Carlo for Dummies (arXiv:1808.08490)
Anosh Joseph, Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods in Quantum Field Theories: A Modern Primer, Springer Briefs in Physics 2020 (arXiv:1912.10997)
learned that the concept of lattice QFT was first proposed in
($\sim$ 3 years before Wilson)
So I added the pointer.
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