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K(l3) form factor with N(f) = 2+1 dynamical domain wall fermions

Boyle, P.A., Kenway, R.D., Tweedie, R.J. and Zanotti, J.M., (2007) K(l3) form factor with N(f) = 2+1 dynamical domain wall fermions Bali, Gunnar, Braun, Vladimir, Gattringer, Christof, Göckeler, Meinulf, Schäfer, Andreas, Weisz, Peter and Wettig, Tilo (eds.) In Proceedings of Lattice 2007, The XXV International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory. International School for Advanced Studies. 7 pp.

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We present the latest results from the UKQCD/RBC collaborations for the Kl3 form factor from
simulations with 2+1 avours of dynamical domain wall quarks. Simulations are performed
on lattices with two different volumes and four values of the light quark mass, allowing for an
extrapolation to the chiral limit. The analysis includes a thorough investigation into the sources
of systematic error in our ts. After interpolating to zero momentum transfer, we obtain f+(0) =
0:964(5) (or Df =

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Published date: 2007
Venue - Dates: Lattice 2007, the XXV International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory, 2007-07-30 - 2007-08-04


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Date deposited: 20 Aug 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:29

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Author: P.A. Boyle
Author: R.D. Kenway
Author: R.J. Tweedie
Author: J.M. Zanotti
Editor: Gunnar Bali
Editor: Vladimir Braun
Editor: Christof Gattringer
Editor: Meinulf Göckeler
Editor: Andreas Schäfer
Editor: Peter Weisz
Editor: Tilo Wettig

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