An Introduction to QCD Sum Rules
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 150)
Even if QCD is the correct theory of strong interactions, we are still a long way off from being able to actually calculate hadronic properties, such as the masses and couplings of observed particles, from the fundamental lagrangian of the theory. Since the determination of the spectrum of QCD is a problem which presumably will never be solved exactly one must of course introduce either some approximation scheme or some model (usually both). Several such schemes or models have been developed over the years. Let me mention, in particular
Monte Carlo simulations on a lattice
QCD sum rules
KeywordsHeavy Quark Operator Product Expansion Background Field Quark Condensate Gluon Condensate
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