Exploring the Schwinger-Dyson Equations of the gauge sector of QCD
David Wilson
Durham University, UK
I will talk about the solutions obtained when the Schwinger-Dyson Equations
of QCD are solved, in particular for the gluons and ghosts. In order to
obtain solutions a truncation must be devised that captures the most
important aspects of the theory, however this can introduce errors and
unphysical behavior depending on how this is done. I will discuss simple
truncations and the effects that these have on the solutions that are
obtained.