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  • Structure of Chiral Phase Transitions at Finite Temperature in Abelian Gauge Theories

    FUKAZAWA Kenji , INAGAKI Tomohiro , MUKAIGAWA Seiji , MUTA Taizo , Kure National College of Technology , Information Media Center Hiroshima University , Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Faculty of Engineering Iwate University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University

    The mechanism of chiral symmetry breaking is investigated in strong-coupling Abelian gauge theories at finite temperature. The Schwinger-Dyson equation in the Landau gauge is employed in the real time …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 105(6), 979-998, 2001-06-25

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  • Dynamical Symmetry Breaking in Curved Spacetime : Four-Fermion Interactions

    INAGAKI Tomohiro , MUTA Taizo , ODINTSOV Sergei D.

    This review deals with the theory of four-fermion interactions in curved spacetime. Starting with the D-dimensional Minkowski spacetime (2-__<D-__<4) the effective potential in the leading order …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 127, 93-193, 1997-09-12

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  • Exact Solution of the Equation for Spinor Two-Point Functions in the Einstein Universe

    INAGOKI Tomohiro , ISHIKAWA Kenichi , MUTA Taizo , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University

    The two-point function for spinor fields is investigated in the Einstein universe (R ⨂ S^<N-1>). An equation for the massive spinor two-point function is solved in an exact manner and an …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 96(4), 847-852, 1996-10-25

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  • Two-Dimensional Higher Derivative Quantum Gravity with Constant-Curvature Constraint

    Taizo MUTA , Sergei D. ODINTSOV , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University

    The quantization of the two-dimensional R^2-gravity coupled with conformal matters under the constraint of constant curvature is discussed. The partition function for this system is found for arbitrar …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 90(1), p247-255, 1993-07

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  • Dynamical Electroweak Symmetry Breaking with Color-Sextet Quarks

    Kenji FUKAZAWA , Taizo MUTA , Juichi SAITO , Isamu WATANABE , Minoru YONEZAWA , Masato INOUE , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Hiroshima National College of Maritime Technology

    Massive quarks belonging to a sextet representation of the color SU(3) of quantum chromodynamics are assumed to exist and to trigger the dynamical breaking of the electroweak SU(2)×U(1) symmetry. Quan …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 85(1), p111-130, 1991-01

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  • Ambiguity in the Effective Potential of Composite Fields

    Masato INOUE , Hiroyuki KATATA , Taizo MUTA , Katsutaro SHIMIZU , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University , Department of Physics Hiroshima University

    It is argued that there exists an ambiguity in the definition of the effective potential for bilocal composite fields. The ambiguity stems from arbitrariness of adding a polynomial of the source funct …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 79(2), p519-534, 1988-02

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  • Nonplanar 4-Jets in Quarkonium Decays as a Probe for 3-Gluon Coupling

    Taizo MUTA , Takayuki NIUYA , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University , Department of Nuclear Engineering Kyoto University : National Laboratory for High Energy Physics

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 68(5), p1735-1748, 1982-11

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  • Electroweak Radiative Corrections to High Energy νe Scatterings

    Kenichi AOKI , Zenro HIOKI , Rokuo KAWABE , Michiji KONUMA , Taizo MUTA , Department of Physics Kyoto University , Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science , Department of Physics Osaka Medical College , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University

    One-loop corrections to ν_μe→ν_μe, ν^^-_μe→ν^^_μe and ν_μe→μν_e scatterings are calculated analytically in the Weinberg-Salam theory. The on-mass-shell renormalization procedure is employed. We find t …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 65(3), p1001-1025, 1981-03

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  • Models of Bjorken Scaling Violation

    Ken-iti MATUMOTO , Taizo MUTA , Toshihiko TAJIMA , Department of Physics Toyama University , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University : Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory , Toyama Technical College

    Two models of the Bjorken scaling violation-quarks with substructure and new scaling rule- are presented and discussed. The characteristic patterns of the scaling violations resulting from the model a …

    Progress of theoretical physics (suppl 63), p280-324, 1978

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  • Phenomenological Analysis of the Bjorken-Scaling Violation in Electroproductions

    Mieko YAMAWAKI , Taizo MUTA , Department of Physics Nagoya University : Department of Physics Kyoto University , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University

    A phenomenological analysis of the SLAC large angle electroproduction data is performed on the basis of predictions near x=1 by field theories with nontrivial fixed points and asymptotically free fiel …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 58(1), p281-293, 1977-07

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  • Anomalous Dimensions of Composite Operators in the Gross-Neveu Model in 2+ε Dimensions

    Taizo MUTA , Dragan S. POPOVIC , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University

    We work in the Gross-Neveu model in D space-time dimensions with 2<D<4. by using the 1/N expansion technique where N is the number of components of the fermion field, we calculate anomalous dime …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 57(5), p1705-1719, 1977-05

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  • Fixed Points and Anomalous Dimensions in a Thirring-Type Model in 2+ε Dimensions

    Shinobu HIKAMI , Taizo MUTA , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University

    We deal with the U(N) symmetric Thirring-type Lagrangian of N-component fermions in 2+ε dimensions. Applying the 1/N expansion technique we show the existence of a nontrivial ultraviolet fixed point i …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 57(3), p785-796, 1977-03

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  • Asymptotic Freedom in the Wentzel Pair Model in 3 Space-Time Dimensions

    Taizo MUTA , Dragan S. POPOVIC , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University

    Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics 57(2), 690-691, 1977-02-25

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  • Dynamical Scaling in Inclusive Reactions

    Taizo MUTA , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University

    Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics 56(3), 1000-1002, 1976-09-25

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  • Canonical Scaling in Asymptotically Free Theories

    Taizo MUTA , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University

    Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics 55(3), 985-986, 1976-03-25

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  • A Generalization of Bjorken Scaling

    Taizo MUTA , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University

    Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics 55(3), 983-984, 1976-03-25

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  • e+e-→Hadrons Total Cross Sections and the Parton-Antiparton Interactions

    Taizo MUTA , Kiyoshi HIGASHIJIMA , Tsuneo UEMATSU , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University , Department of Physics Kyoto University , Department of Physics Kyoto University

    The rise of the factor R=σ(e^+e^-⇾hadrons)/(4πα^2/3s) for energies available in recent experiments is explained within the framework of the parton field theory. Assuming that the electromagnetic …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 53(1), p200-216, 1975-01

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