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- Ph Boucaud, P Dimopoulos, F Farchioni, R Frezzotti, V Gimenez, G Herdoiza +15 others
- 2007

We present results of dynamical simulations of N f = 2 degenerate Wilson twisted mass quarks at maximal twist in the range of pseudo scalar masses 300 MeV m PS 550 MeV. Reaching such small masses was made possible owing to a recently developed variant of the HMC algorithm. The simulations are performed at one value of the lattice spacing a 0.1 fm. In order… (More)

- F. Farchioni, K. Jansen, I. Montvay, E. Scholz, L. Scorzato, A. Shindler +3 others
- 2004

The effect of changing the lattice action for the gluon field on the recently observed [1] first order phase transition near zero quark mass is investigated by replacing the Wil-son plaquette action by the DBW2 action. The lattice action for quarks is unchanged: it is in both cases the original Wilson action. It turns out that Wilson fermions with the DBW2… (More)

- István Montvay, Susan Morrison, Manfred Oevers, Luigi Scorzato, Jonivar Skullerud
- 2000

We identify the global symmetries of SU(2) lattice gauge theory with N flavors of staggered fermion in the presence of a quark chemical potential µ, for fermions in both fundamental and adjoint representations, and anticipate likely patterns of symmetry breaking at both low and high densities. Results from numerical simulations of the model with N = 1… (More)

- F Di Renzo, V Miccio, C Torrero, L Scorzato
- 2006

We present a high order perturbative computation of the renormalization constants Z V , Z A and of the ratio Z P /Z S for Wilson fermions. The computational setup is the one provided by the RI'-MOM scheme. Three-and four-loop expansions are made possible by Numerical Stochastic Perturbation Theory. Results are given for various numbers of flavours and/or… (More)

- F Farchioni, I Montvay, E Scholz, L Scorzato
- 2003

The dependence of the pseudoscalar meson masses and decay constants on sea and valence quark masses is compared to next-to-leading order (NLO) Chiral Perturbation Theory (ChPT). The numerical simulations with two light dynamical quark flavors are performed with the Wilson-quark lattice action at gauge coupling β = 5.1 and hopping parameters κ = 0.176,… (More)

- L. Scorzato
- 2004

In the framework of Wilson Chiral Perturbation Theory [1], we study the effect induced by a twisted Wilson term, as it appears in Twisted Mass QCD [2] (with 2 degenerate quarks). In particular we consider the vacuum orientation and the pion masses. The computations are done to NLO both in the mass and in the lattice spacing (i.e. to O(a 2)). There are no… (More)

In a recent paper [1] we presented precise lattice QCD results of our Eu-ropean Twisted Mass Collaboration (ETMC). They were obtained by employing two mass-degenerate flavours of twisted mass fermions at maximal twist. In the present paper we give details on our simulations and the computation of physical observables. In particular, we discuss the problem… (More)

- Francesco Di Renzo, Luigi Scorzato, Christian Torrero
- 2007

We present an update on Numerical Stochastic Perturbation Theory projects for Lattice QCD, which are by now run on apeNEXT. As a first issue, we discuss a strategy to tackle finite size effects which can be quite sizeable in the computation of logarithmically divergent renormal-ization constants. Our first high loop determination of quark bilinears for… (More)

- O. Bär, L. Scorzato, S. Schaefer
- 2006

We present first results of a mixed action project. We analyze gauge configurations generated with two flavors of dynamical twisted mass fermions. Neuberger's overlap Dirac operator is used for the valence sector. The various choices in the setup of the simulation are discussed. We employ chiral perturbation theory to describe the effects of using different… (More)

- Francesco Di Renzo, Andrea Mantovi, Vincenzo Miccio, Christian Torrero, Luigi Scorzato
- 2005

Quark currents renormalization constants can in principle be safely computed in lattice perturbation theory. In practice, traditional lattice perturbative computations are quite cumbersome, so that so far only the first loop results were available. By making use of Numerical Stochastic Perturbation Theory we reached three (and with less statistical… (More)