Hadrons and Hadronic Matter by F. E. Close (auth.), D. Vautherin, F. Lenz, J. W. Negele

By F. E. Close (auth.), D. Vautherin, F. Lenz, J. W. Negele (eds.)

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THE FLUX TUBE MODEL Even after successful numerical calculations within QCD are possible, it will still be useful, and in complex situations essential, to have models which summarise the very complex structure of this theory. The flux tube modelS) is a model for QCD in the non-perturbative regime which emerges from considerations of Hamiltonian lattice QCD. Hamiltonian Lattice QCD. In the Hamiltonian version of lattice QCD, space (but not time as in most numerical studies) is discretized. In this formulation the lattice spacing "a", without reference to a perturbative expansion, plays the role of the regulator mass M.

2) In the KK molecule interpretation, the 5* and 8 are "molecular": they are weakly bound states of two kaon "atoms" separated by many "atomic" radii; in the bag model the quarks and anti quarks are in spherical orbits about the centre of the bag. 3) In the molecular picture, ms. ~ m6 ~ 2mK is as natural as md ~ 2MN; in the bag model it is accidental. 4) No 5U(3) partners of the KI{ molecules are expected (although they have associated with them threshold effects in channels related by 5U(3» in contrast to the bag model interpretation.

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