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The way to diagnose the presence of these 'gauge instabilities' is to examine the growth of physical, gauge-independent quantities, or of violations of the constraints, which are also gauge-independent. Such quantities will not exhibit unstable growth if the instability is simply due to gauge effects. The problem with this idea is that, without sufficient resolution, inaccuracies caused by growing gauge modes will contaminate these indicators, making it difficult in practice to diagnose why a calculation is blowing up.
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