Open AccessJASPER: a software for quantum chromodynamics Dyson-Schwinger equation numerical calculationOpen Access
Kirill M. Semenov-Tian-Shansky,
D A Vokhmintsev
journal of physics: conference series
The JASPER program is the first part of the high-performance computing information system for estimate some elementary particle properties, developing at Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute. The JASPER is an implementation of the Dyson-Schwinger equation numerical solution for simple dressed quark propagator calculation in rainbow approximation. The Dyson-Schwinger equation solution with the Marice-Tandy Ansatz is one of several phenomenological approaches to obtain quantitative results in quantum chromodynamics (QCD) within strong coupling regime. The JASPER program is programmed in the C++ language and uses the numerical algorithms from the GNU Scientific Library (GSL). The numerical results for dynamical quark mass in complex Euclidean space were obtained. This result will be employed to study the hadron spectrum with the Bethe-Salpeter equation approach.
Subject(s)ansatz , bethe–salpeter equation , euclidean geometry , geometry , hadron , mathematical physics , mathematics , particle physics , physics , propagator , quantum chromodynamics , quark
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