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SU(N) gauge theories in the large N limit

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We present recent numerical results on SU(N) gauge theories in the large N limit. In particular, we discuss the glueball and meson spectra and the deconfinement phase transition. The data suggest a smooth large N limit for physical observables, with finite N effects accounted for by a controlled power expansion in 1/N. Possible implications of these findings for gauge string duality programmes aimed at an analytical description of non-perturbative QCD are also discussed.

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