Phenomenology from the Lattice
by Stephen R. Sharpe
Publisher: arXiv.org 1994
Number of pages: 69
This is the written version of four lectures given at the 1994 TASI. My aim is to explain the essentials of lattice calculations, give an update on (though not a review of) the present status of calculations of phenomenologically interesting quantities, and to provide an understanding of the various sources of uncertainty in the results.
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