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Quark masses from lattice QCD at the next-to-leading order / G. Martinelli, V. Lubicz, M. Crisafulli, E. Franco, Marco Ciuchini, Chris Allton

Nuclear Physics B, Volume: 431, Issue: 3, Pages: 667 - 685

Swansea University Author: Chris Allton

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Using the results of several quenched lattice simulations, we predict the value of the strange and charm quark masses in the continuum at the next-to-leading order, $m~{\overline{MS}}_s(\mu=2\,\, \rm{GeV})= (127 \pm 18)\,\, \rm{MeV}$ and $m~{\overline{MS}}_{ch}(\mu=2 \,\,\rm{GeV})=(1.47 \pm 0.28)\,\...

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Published in: Nuclear Physics B
ISSN: 05503213
Published: 1994
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa28447
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Abstract: Using the results of several quenched lattice simulations, we predict the value of the strange and charm quark masses in the continuum at the next-to-leading order, $m~{\overline{MS}}_s(\mu=2\,\, \rm{GeV})= (127 \pm 18)\,\, \rm{MeV}$ and $m~{\overline{MS}}_{ch}(\mu=2 \,\,\rm{GeV})=(1.47 \pm 0.28)\,\, \rm{GeV}$. The errors quoted above have been estimated by taking into account the original statistical error of the lattice results and the uncertainties coming from the matching of the lattice to the continuum theory. A detailed presentation of the relevant formulae at the next-to-leading order and a discussion of the main sources of errors is also presented.
College: College of Science
Issue: 3
Start Page: 667
End Page: 685