Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction in the Framework of Lattice QCD
Since QCD is a very complex theory the description of hadrons and their interactions had to rely on QCD-based models like potential, bag and soliton models. The fundamental requirements for any reasonable calculation are local gauge invariance, asymptotic freedom and confinement. in the last few years it was demonstrated that the formulation of qcd on space-time lattice can provide for all these features. Many of the calculations investigated the gluon exchange between a quark and an antiquark in the static approximation [1,2]. we extend these computations in order to study the interaction energy between two baryons each consisting of three quarks moving in harmonic oscillator orbits on the lattice.
KeywordsAsymptotic Freedom Gluon Exchange Color Field Soliton Model Gluon Field
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