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The amount comprises the lawsuits of the workshop non-stop Advances in QCD 2006, hosted through the Wiliam I wonderful Theoretical Physics Institute. This biennial workshop was once the 7th assembly of the sequence, held on the collage of Minnesota due to the fact 1994. The workshop amassed jointly approximately one hundred ten scientists (a checklist quantity for the event), together with many of the prime specialists in quantum chromodynamics and non-Abelian gauge theories more often than not.

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This argument completes the perturbative proof. The complete non-perturbative proof is much more involved 7 . The main ingredients are as follows: define, for a generic Dirac fermion in the repre- November 28, 2006 11:9 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in armoni 33 a b c − Fig. 1. + a. The Quark-Gluon vertex. b. In N = 1 SYM. c. In ’orientifold field theory’ a Fig. 2. b c A typical planar graph in SYM and the ’orientifold field theory’. sentation r, the generating functional, e−Wr (JYM , JΨ ) = ¯ e−SYM [A,JYM ] exp Ψ ¯ (i ∂+ Aa Tra + JΨ ) Ψ , DAµ DΨ DΨ (1) Integrate out the fermions to arrive at e−Wr (JYM , JΨ ) = DAµ e−SYM [A,JYM ]+Γr [A,JΨ ] , (2) where Γr [A, JΨ ] = log det (i ∂+ Aa Tra + JΨ ) .

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