We study the hadronic mass spectrum in quenched lattice QCD. We present the results of numerical simulations done at β = 5.7 and β = 6.0. B and A1 meson masses get much closer to the physical values at β = 6.0, and so do the baryonic splittings. The mass ratio mp mp in the chiral limit tends to be from 10 to 20% higher than the experimental value. We estimate the nucleon σ term from the proton mass slope. © 1988.

Bacilieri, P., Remiddi, E., Todesco, G., Cabasino, S., Cabibbo, N., Fernández, L., et al. (1988). The hadronic mass spectrum in quenched lattice QCD: Results at β = 5.7 and β = 6.0. PHYSICS LETTERS. SECTION B, 214(1), 115-119 [10.1016/0370-2693(88)90462-5].

The hadronic mass spectrum in quenched lattice QCD: Results at β = 5.7 and β = 6.0

RAPUANO, FEDERICO;
1988

Abstract

We study the hadronic mass spectrum in quenched lattice QCD. We present the results of numerical simulations done at β = 5.7 and β = 6.0. B and A1 meson masses get much closer to the physical values at β = 6.0, and so do the baryonic splittings. The mass ratio mp mp in the chiral limit tends to be from 10 to 20% higher than the experimental value. We estimate the nucleon σ term from the proton mass slope. © 1988.
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Bacilieri, P., Remiddi, E., Todesco, G., Cabasino, S., Cabibbo, N., Fernández, L., et al. (1988). The hadronic mass spectrum in quenched lattice QCD: Results at β = 5.7 and β = 6.0. PHYSICS LETTERS. SECTION B, 214(1), 115-119 [10.1016/0370-2693(88)90462-5].
Bacilieri, P; Remiddi, E; Todesco, G; Cabasino, S; Cabibbo, N; Fernández, L; Marinari, E; Paolucci, P; Parisi, G; Salina, G; Tarancón, A; Coppola, F; Lombardo, M; Simeone, E; Tripiccione, R; Fiorentini, G; Lai, A; Marzano, F; Rapuano, F; Tross, W
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