Simulation Results for U(1) Gauge Theory on Non-Commutative Spaces

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Simulation Results for U(1) Gauge Theory on Non-Commutative Spaces. / Bietenholz, Wolfgang; Bigarini, Antonio; Nishimura, Jun; Susaki, Yoshiaki; Torrielli, Alessandro; Volkholz, Jan.

PoS LATTICE 2007. 2007.

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Bietenholz, W, Bigarini, A, Nishimura, J, Susaki, Y, Torrielli, A & Volkholz, J 2007, Simulation Results for U(1) Gauge Theory on Non-Commutative Spaces. in PoS LATTICE 2007.

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Bietenholz, W., Bigarini, A., Nishimura, J., Susaki, Y., Torrielli, A., & Volkholz, J. (2007). Simulation Results for U(1) Gauge Theory on Non-Commutative Spaces. In PoS LATTICE 2007

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Bietenholz W, Bigarini A, Nishimura J, Susaki Y, Torrielli A, Volkholz J. Simulation Results for U(1) Gauge Theory on Non-Commutative Spaces. In PoS LATTICE 2007. 2007

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Bietenholz, Wolfgang ; Bigarini, Antonio ; Nishimura, Jun ; Susaki, Yoshiaki ; Torrielli, Alessandro ; Volkholz, Jan. / Simulation Results for U(1) Gauge Theory on Non-Commutative Spaces. PoS LATTICE 2007. 2007.

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