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Mass anomalous dimension in SU(2) with two adjoint fermions
We study SU(2) lattice gauge theory with two flavours of Dirac fermions in the adjoint representation. We measure the running of the coupling in the Schrodinger Functional (SF) scheme and find it isExpand
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MCRG Minimal Walking Technicolor
We present a Monte Carlo renormalisation group study of the SU(2) gauge theory with two Dirac fermions in the adjoint representation. Using the two{lattice matching technique we measure the runningExpand
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Running of the coupling and quark mass in SU(2) with two adjoint fermions
We simulate SU(2) gauge theory with two massless Dirac fermions in the adjoint representation. We calculate the running of the Schroedinger Functional coupling and the renormalised quark mass over aExpand
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Monte Carlo renormalization group minimal walking technicolor
We present a Monte Carlo renormalisation group study of the SU(2) gauge theory with two Dirac fermions in the adjoint representation. Using the two-lattice matching technique we measure the runningExpand
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Initial conditions for hydrodynamics from weakly coupled pre-equilibrium evolution
A bstractWe use effective kinetic theory, accurate at weak coupling, to simulate the preequilibrium evolution of transverse energy and flow perturbations in heavy-ion collisions. We provide a GreenExpand
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Evaluation of logic SER for a network processor and the use of targeted hardening to improve system SER performance
Chip-level logic masking simulations were performed on a network processor with ~1.75M flip-flops to identify the masking factors and the functional blocks that contribute to most errors. ResultsExpand
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The $SU(\infty)$ twisted gradient flow running coupling
We measure the running of the $SU(\infty)$ 't Hooft coupling by performing a step scaling analysis of the Twisted Eguchi-Kawai (TEK) model, the SU($N$) gauge theory on a single site lattice withExpand
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RHMC with Block Solvers and Multiple Pseudofermions
The dominant cost of most lattice QCD simulations is the inversion of the Dirac operator required to calculate the force term in the RHMC update. One way to improve this situation is to use multipleExpand
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Mass Anomalous Dimension at large N
In this work we attempt to determine the mass anomalous dimension of the SU(N) gauge theory with two Dirac fermions in the adjoint representation, in the limit of large N. The method uses the modeExpand
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