**Lattice QCD: concepts, techniques and some results**

by Christian Hoelbling

**Publisher**: arXiv 2014**Number of pages**: 65

**Description**:

The aim of this introduction to lattice QCD is to provide people working in related areas with a rough overview of lattice techniques, what they are able to provide today and what their limitations are. Details and proofs are often omitted.

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