Introductory and pedagogical references
For an overview of the organisation of these resource listings, please start here
Textbooks featuring lattice perturbation theory
[Other lattice QCD textbooks]
- T. DeGrand and C. DeTar, Lattice methods for quantum chromodynamics, (2006) World Scientific. Chapter 12.
- I. Montvay and G. Münster, Quantum fields on a lattice, (1997) CUP. Sections 3.3 and 5.1.
- M. Creutz, Quarks, gluons and lattices, (1985) CUP. Chapter 11 (briefly discusses weak coupling).
- H.J. Rothe, Lattice gauge theories: an introduction, (2012) World Scientific.
- L. Lellouch, R. Sommer, B. Svetitsky, A. Vladikas and L.F. Cugliandolo (eds.), Modern perspectives in lattice QCD: quantum field theory and high performance computing, (2011) OUP.
- C. Gattringer and C.B. Lang, Quantum chromodynamics on the lattice: an introductory presentation, (2010) Springer.
- J. Smit, Introduction to quantum fields on a lattice, (2002) CUP.
Reviews and overviews
By far and away the most complete and in-depth introduction to lattice perturbation theory is
Further review articles can be found in:
Automated lattice perturbation theory routines
Results and resources
Resources by action
Slides and presentations
This list is extremely incomplete. I include here only those theses that I have found publically available online.
- D. Hesse, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, (2012)
Automated lattice perturbation theory in the Schrödinger functional
- C.J. Monahan, University of Cambridge, (2011)
The application of automated perturbation theory to lattice QCD
- A. Lytle, University of Washington, (2010)
Non-perturbative renormalization with staggered fermions
- E.H. Müller, University of Edinburgh, (2009)
Heavy-to-light decays on the lattice
- B. Bistrović, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (2005)
Perturbative renormalization of proton observables in lattice QCD using domain wall fermions
- M.A. Nobes, Simon Fraser University, (2004)
Automated lattice perturbation theory for improved quark and gluon actions
- Q.J. Mason, Cornell University, (2004)
High precision QCD: perturbations in a non-perturbative world
- W.C. Dimm, Cornell University, (1995)
Non-perturbative methods: HQET and lattice gauge theory