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Type: Conference paper
Title: Hadronic structure from the lattice
Author: Brommel, D.
Gockeler, M.
Hagler, P.
Horsley, R.
Nakamura, Y.
Ohtani, M.
Pleiter, D.
Rakow, P.
Schafer, A.
Schierholz, G.
Schroers, W.
Stüben, H.
Zanotti, J.
Citation: The European Physical Journal - Special Topics. Volume 162 number 1, 2008 / vol.162, iss.1, pp.63-71
Publisher: Springer
Publisher Place: Germany
Issue Date: 2008
ISSN: 1951-6355
1951-6401
Conference Name: Advanced Studies Institute Symmetries and Spin Conference (SPIN-Praha) (08 Jul 2007 - 17 Jul 2007 : Prague, Czech Republic)
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D. Brömmel, M. Göckeler, P. Hägler, R. Horsley, Y. Nakamura, M. Ohtani, D. Pleiter, P.E.L. Rakow, A. Schäfer, G. Schierholz, W. Schroers, H. Stüben and J.M. Zanotti
Abstract: In recent years the investigation of hadron structure using lattice techniques has attracted growing attention. The computation of several important quantities has become feasible. Furthermore, theoretical developments as well as progress in algorithms and an increase in computing resources have contributed to a significantly improved control of systematic errors. In this article we give an overview on the work that has been carried out in the framework of the Hadron Physics I3 (I3HP) network “Computational (lattice) hadron physics”. Here we will not restrict ourselves to spin physics but focus on results for nucleon spectrum and structure from the QCDSF collaboration. For a broader overview of developments in this field see, e.g., [1].
Keywords: Mechanics; fluids; thermodynamics; measurement science, instrumentation; electromagnetism, optics and lasers; atoms, molecules, clusters and plasmas; materials science; condensed matter
Rights: © EDP Sciences, Springer-Verlag 2008
RMID: 0020120210
DOI: 10.1140/epjst/e2008-00777-8
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