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1 online resource (ix, 72 pages) : illustrations (some color), digital ; 24 cm 

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Springer theses, 21905053


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This thesis make significant contributions to both the numerical and analytical aspects of particle physics, reducing the noise associated with matrix calculations in quantum chromodynamics (QCD) and modeling multiquark mesonic matters that could be used to investigate particles previously unseen in nature. Several methods are developed that can reduce the statistical uncertainty in the extraction of hardtodetect lattice QCD signals from disconnected diagrams. The most promising technique beats competing methods by 1700 percent, leading to a potential decrease in the computation time of quark loop quantities by an order of magnitude. This not only increases efficiency but also works for QCD matrices with almostzero eigenvalues, a region where most QCD algorithms break down. This thesis also develops analytical solutions used to investigate exotic particles, specifically the ThomasFermi quark model, giving insight into possible new states formed from mesonic matter. The main benefit of this model is that it can work for a large number of quarks which is currently almost impossible with lattice QCD. Patterns of singlequark energies are observed which give the first a priori indication that stable octaquark and hexadecaquark versions of the charmed and bottom Zmeson exist 
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Springer eBooks

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Quantum chromodynamics  Mathematics


Lattice theory


Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory


Numerical and Computational Physics, Simulation


Numerical Analysis


Quantum Field Theories, String Theory

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SpringerLink (Online service)

