't Hooft operator

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Etymology[edit]

Introduced by Gerard 't Hooft in the 1978 paper On the phase transition towards permanent quark confinement.

Noun[edit]

't Hooft operator (plural 't Hooft operators)

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  1. (physics) A dual version of the Wilson loop in which the electromagnetic potential A is replaced by its electromagnetic dual Amag, where the exterior derivative of A is equal to the Hodge dual of the exterior derivative of Amag.