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FewBody Lattice Calculations
, 2006
"... I will discuss the recent progress toward computing fewbody observables using numerical lattice techniques. The focus is overwhelmingly on the latest results from lattice QCD calculations. I present preliminary results from a lattice calculation of the central and tensor potentials between Bmesons ..."
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I will discuss the recent progress toward computing fewbody observables using numerical lattice techniques. The focus is overwhelmingly on the latest results from lattice QCD calculations. I present preliminary results from a lattice calculation of the central and tensor potentials between B
Lattice Calculations and Hadron Physics
, 1999
"... Lattice QCD aims to understand the strong interaction of hadrons from the first principles of QCD for quarks and gluons with the aid of numerical simulations. The physical quantities calculated with the method are many, ranging from the spectrum of light hadrons to a variety of electroweak matrix el ..."
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Lattice QCD aims to understand the strong interaction of hadrons from the first principles of QCD for quarks and gluons with the aid of numerical simulations. The physical quantities calculated with the method are many, ranging from the spectrum of light hadrons to a variety of electroweak matrix
LATTICE CALCULATION OF ELECTROWEAK AMPLITUDE
"... Over the last two decades an extremely successful model of the fundamental interactions between elementary particles, the socalled Standard Model of particle physics, has emerged. Some of its predictions can be extracted via analytical calculations, but many of its most interesting aspects cannot ..."
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Over the last two decades an extremely successful model of the fundamental interactions between elementary particles, the socalled Standard Model of particle physics, has emerged. Some of its predictions can be extracted via analytical calculations, but many of its most interesting aspects cannot
1 The Status of Lattice Calculations of the Nucleon Structure Functions ∗
, 1996
"... We review our progress on the lattice calculation of low moments of both the unpolarised and polarised nucleon structure functions. 1. ..."
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We review our progress on the lattice calculation of low moments of both the unpolarised and polarised nucleon structure functions. 1.
Pentaquarks: Status and Perspectives for Lattice Calculations
, 2004
"... The present status of pentaquark spectroscopy in lattice QCD is reviewed. This talk also includes a brief introduction of pentaquark baryons. 1. ..."
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The present status of pentaquark spectroscopy in lattice QCD is reviewed. This talk also includes a brief introduction of pentaquark baryons. 1.
LATTICE CALCULATIONS OF DECAY CONSTANTS a
, 1997
"... Lattice attempts to compute the leptonic decay constants of heavylight pseudoscalar mesons are described. I give a short historical overview of such attempts and then discuss some current calculations. I focus on three of the most important sources of systematic error: the extrapolation to the cont ..."
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Lattice attempts to compute the leptonic decay constants of heavylight pseudoscalar mesons are described. I give a short historical overview of such attempts and then discuss some current calculations. I focus on three of the most important sources of systematic error: the extrapolation
Efficient Algorithms for Discrete Lattice Calculations
"... We discuss algorithms for lattice based computations, in particular lattice reduction, the detection of nearest neighbors, and the computation of clusters of nearest neighbors. We focus on algorithms that are most efficient for low spatial dimensions (typically d = 2, 3) and input data within a rea ..."
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We discuss algorithms for lattice based computations, in particular lattice reduction, the detection of nearest neighbors, and the computation of clusters of nearest neighbors. We focus on algorithms that are most efficient for low spatial dimensions (typically d = 2, 3) and input data within a
The Lattice Calculation of Moments of Structure Functions
, 2004
"... Much of our knowledge about QCD and the structure of hadrons (mainly nucleons) has been gained from Deep Inelastic Scattering (DIS) experiments such as eN → eX or νN → µ − X. The (inclusive) cross sections are determined by structure functions F1 and F2 when summing over beam and target polarisation ..."
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Much of our knowledge about QCD and the structure of hadrons (mainly nucleons) has been gained from Deep Inelastic Scattering (DIS) experiments such as eN → eX or νN → µ − X. The (inclusive) cross sections are determined by structure functions F1 and F2 when summing over beam and target polarisations (and an additional F3 when
Finitesize effects on a lattice calculation
 Phys. Lett
"... We study in this paper the finitesize effects of a nonperiodic lattice on a lattice calculation. To this end we use a finite lattice equipped with a central difference derivative with homogeneous boundary conditions to calculate the bosonic mass associated to the Schwinger model. We found that in ..."
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We study in this paper the finitesize effects of a nonperiodic lattice on a lattice calculation. To this end we use a finite lattice equipped with a central difference derivative with homogeneous boundary conditions to calculate the bosonic mass associated to the Schwinger model. We found
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