20181119 16:53 
[PUBDB201804636]
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Papinutto, M. ; Scardino, F. ; Schaefer, S.
New extended interpolating fields built from threedimensional fermions
[DESY18091; arXiv:1807.08714]
New extended interpolating operators made of quenched three dimensional fermions are introduced in the context of lattice QCD. The mass of the 3D fermions can be tuned in a controlled way to find a better overlap of the extended operators with the states of interest. [...]
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20181105 14:06 
[PUBDB201804147]
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Gérardin, A. ; Green, J. ; Gryniuk, O. ; et al
Hadronic lightbylight scattering amplitudes from lattice QCD versus dispersive sum rules
[MITP17088; DESY17202; arXiv:1712.00421]
The hadronic contribution to the eight forward amplitudes of lightbylight scattering ($\gamma^*\gamma^*\to \gamma^*\gamma^*$) is computed in lattice QCD. Via dispersive sum rules, the amplitudes are compared to a model of the $\gamma^*\gamma^*\to {\rm hadrons}$ cross sections in which the fusion process is described by hadronic resonances. [...]
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20181008 11:21 
[PUBDB201803722]
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Alexandrou, C. ; Bacchio, S. ; Charalambous, P. ; et al
Simulating twisted mass fermions at physical light, strange, and charm quark masses
[arXiv:1807.00495]
We present the QCD simulation of the first gauge ensemble of two degenerate light quarks, a strange and a charm quark with all quark masses tuned to their physical values within the twisted mass fermion formulation. Results for the pseudoscalar masses and decay constants confirm that the produced ensemble is indeed at the physical parameters of the theory. [...]
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20181008 09:48 
[PUBDB201803714]
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Alexandrou, C. ; Cichy, K. ; Constantinou, M. ; et al
LightCone Parton Distribution Functions from Lattice QCD
[arXiv:1803.02685]
We extract parton distribution functions (PDFs) of the nucleon from lattice QCD using an ensemble of gauge field configurations simulated with light quark masses fixed to their physical values. Theoretical and algorithmic improvements that allow such a calculation include momentum smearing to reach large nucleon boosts with reduced statistical errors, nonperturbative renormalization, target mass corrections, and a novel modified matching of lattice QCD results to connect to what is extracted from experimental measurements. [...]
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20181001 11:39 
[PUBDB201803680]
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Caselle, M. ; Nada, A. ; Panero, M.
QCD thermodynamics from lattice calculations with nonequilibrium methods: The SU(3) equation of state
[DESY18001; arXiv:1801.03110]
A precise lattice determination of the equation of state in SU(3) YangMills theory is carried out by means of a simulation algorithm, based on Jarzynski’s theorem, that allows one to compute physical quantities in thermodynamic equilibrium, by driving the field configurations of the system out of equilibrium. The physical results and the computational efficiency of the algorithm are compared with other stateoftheart lattice calculations, and the extension to full QCD with dynamical fermions and to other observables is discussed..
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20180918 10:53 
[PUBDB201803528]
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Athenodorou, A. ; Finkenrath, J. ; Knechtli, F. ; et al
How perturbative are heavy sea quarks?
[DESY18134; HUEP1828; WUB1803; arXiv:1809.03383]
Effects of heavy sea quarks on the low energy physics are described by an effective theory where the expansion parameter is the inverse quark mass, 1/$M$. At leading order in 1/$M$ the dependence of any low energy quantity on $M$ is given in terms of the ratio of $\Lambda$ parameters of the effective and the fundamental theory [...]
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20180910 10:22 
[PUBDB201803417]
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Hasenbusch, M. ; Schaefer, S.
Testing the eventchain algorithm in asymptotically free models
[arXiv:1806.11460]
We apply the eventchain algorithm proposed by Bernard et al. in 2009 to toy models of lattice QCD. [...]
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20180905 11:45 
[PUBDB201803386]
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Hartung, T. ; Jansen, K.
Quantum computing of zetaregularized vacuum expectation values
[DESY18139; arXiv:1808.06784]
It has recently been shown that vacuum expectation values and Feynman path integrals can be regularized using Fourier Integral Operator $\zeta$function, yet the physical meaning of these $\zeta$regularized objects was unknown. Here we show that $\zeta$regularized vacuum expectations appear as continuum limits using a certain discretization scheme. [...]
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20180905 09:51 
[PUBDB201803371]
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García Pérez, M. ; GonzálezArroyo, A. ; Koren, M. ; et al
The spectrum of 2+1 dimensional YangMills theory on a twisted spatial torus
[DESY18108; FTUAM1819; IFTUAMCSIC1871; HUPD1804; arXiv:1807.03481]
We compute and analyse the lowlying spectrum of 2+1 dimensional SU(N) YangMills theory on a spatial torus of size l × l with twisted boundary conditions. This paper extends our previous work [1]. [...]
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20180807 09:19 
[PUBDB201802759]
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Papinutto, M. ; Scardino, F. ; Schaefer, S.
New extended interpolating fields built from threedimensional fermions
[DESY18091; arXiv:1807.08714]
New extended interpolating operators made of quenched three dimensional fermions are introduced in the context of lattice QCD. The mass of the 3D fermions can be tuned in a controlled way to find a better overlap of the extended operators with the states of interest. [...]
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