Greg Kilcup

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We discuss the work of the QCDSP collaboration to build an inexpensive Teraflop scale massively parallel computer suitable for computations in Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD). The computer is a collection of nodes connected in a four dimensional toroidial grid with nearest neighbor bit serial communications. A node is composed of a Texas Instruments Digital(More)
We present our latest results for the ∆I = 1/2 rule, obtained on quenched ensembles with β = 6.0 and 6.2, and a set of N f = 2 configurations with β = 5.7. The statistical noise is quite under control. We observe an enhancement of the ∆I = 1/2 amplitude consistent with experiment, although the systematic errors are still large. We also present a(More)
We investigate the use of two kinds of staggered fermion operators, smeared and unsmeared. The smeared operators extend over a 4 4 hypercube, and tend to have smaller perturbative corrections than the corresponding unsmeared operators. We use these operators to calculate kaon weak matrix elements on quenched ensembles at β = 6.0, 6.2 and 6.4. Extrapolating(More)
We extend a systematic renormalization procedure for quantum field theory to include particle masses and present several applications. We use a Hamiltonian formulation and light-front quantization because this may produce a convergent Fock-space expansion. The QCD Hamiltonian is systematically renormalized to second order in the strong coupling and the(More)
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