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Applications of chiral perturbation theory to lattice QCD

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Applications of chiral perturbation theory to lattice QCD
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 83

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These notes provide a pedagogical introduction to the subject. Topics covered include a general introduction, the inclusion of scaling violations in chiral perturbation theory, partial quenching and mixed actions, chiral perturbation theory with heavy kaons, and the effects of finite volume, both in the p- and epsilon-regimes.

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