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QCD sum rules on the lattice / Stefano Capitani, Chris Allton

Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, Volume: 63, Issue: 1-3, Pages: 263 - 265

Swansea University Author: Chris Allton

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We study the work of Leinweber by applying the Continuum Model of QCD Sum Rules (QCDSR) to the analysis of (quenched) lattice correlation functions. We expand upon his work in several areas and find that, while the QCDSR Continuum Model very adequately fits lattice data, it does so only for non-phys...

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Published in: Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements
ISSN: 09205632
Published: 1998
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description We study the work of Leinweber by applying the Continuum Model of QCD Sum Rules (QCDSR) to the analysis of (quenched) lattice correlation functions. We expand upon his work in several areas and find that, while the QCDSR Continuum Model very adequately fits lattice data, it does so only for non-physical values of its parameters. The non-relativistic model is found to predict essentially the same form for the correlation functions as the QCDSR Continuum Model but without the latter's restrictions. By fitting lattice data to a general form which includes the non-relativistic quark model as a special case, we confirm it as the model of choice.
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