Running coupling in nonperturbative QCD: Bare vertices and y-max approximation
A recent claim that in quantum chromodynamics in the Landau gauge the gluon propagator vanishes in the infrared limit, while the ghost propagator is more singular than a simple pole, is investigated analytically and numerically. This picture is shown to be supported even at the level in which the vertices in the Dyson- Schwinger equations are taken to be bare. The gauge invariant running coupling is shown to be uniquely determined by the equations and to have a large ﬁnite infrared limit. S0556-2821 98 04421-X..
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