We propose inverse renormalization group transformations within the context of quantum field theory that produce the appropriate critical fixed point structure, give rise to inverse flows in parameter space, and evade the critical slowing down effect in calculations pertinent to criticality. Given configurations of the two-dimensional φ4 scalar field theory on sizes as small as V=82, we apply the inverse transformations to produce rescaled systems of size up to V′=5122 which we utilize to extract two critical exponents. We conclude by discussing how the approach is generally applicable to any method that successfully produces configurations from a statistical ensemble and how it can give novel insights into the structure of the renormalization group.

Inverse Renormalization Group in Quantum Field Theory / Bachtis, D.; Aarts, G.; Di Renzo, F.; Lucini, B.. - In: PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. - ISSN 0031-9007. - 128:8(2022), pp. 081603.081603-1-081603.081603-6. [10.1103/PhysRevLett.128.081603]

Inverse Renormalization Group in Quantum Field Theory

Di Renzo F.;
2022

Abstract

We propose inverse renormalization group transformations within the context of quantum field theory that produce the appropriate critical fixed point structure, give rise to inverse flows in parameter space, and evade the critical slowing down effect in calculations pertinent to criticality. Given configurations of the two-dimensional φ4 scalar field theory on sizes as small as V=82, we apply the inverse transformations to produce rescaled systems of size up to V′=5122 which we utilize to extract two critical exponents. We conclude by discussing how the approach is generally applicable to any method that successfully produces configurations from a statistical ensemble and how it can give novel insights into the structure of the renormalization group.
Inverse Renormalization Group in Quantum Field Theory / Bachtis, D.; Aarts, G.; Di Renzo, F.; Lucini, B.. - In: PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. - ISSN 0031-9007. - 128:8(2022), pp. 081603.081603-1-081603.081603-6. [10.1103/PhysRevLett.128.081603]
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