Tomomichi KANEKO

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We report on our calculation of K → π vector form factor by numerical simulations of two-flavor QCD on a 16 3 × 32 × 12 lattice at a 0.12 fm using domain-wall quarks and DBW2 glue. Our preliminary result at a single sea quark mass correponding to m PS /m V 0.53 shows a good agreement with previous estimate in quenched QCD and that from a phenomenological(More)
Although texture mapping is a common technique for adding apparent surface detail to 3-D objects, it lacks the capability to represent the motion parallax effect. So the mesh to which it is applied limits its realism. In this paper, we propose Parallax Mapping, a simple method to motion parallax effects on a polygon. This method has very fast per-pixel(More)
We report the final results of the CP-PACS calculation for the quenched light hadron spectrum with the Wilson quark action. Our data support the presence of quenched chiral singularities, and this motivates us to use mass formulae based on quenched chiral perturbation theory in order to extrapolate hadron masses to the physical point. Hadron masses and(More)
We present a report on a calculation of scattering length for I = 2 S-wave two-pion system from two-pion wave function. Calculations are made with an RG-improved action for gluons and improved Wilson action for quarks at a −1 = 1.207(12) GeV on 16 3 × 80, 20 3 × 80 and 24 3 × 80 lattices. We investigate the validity of necessary condition for application of(More)
We report on a calculation of BK with domain wall fermion action in quenched QCD. Simulations are made with a renormalization group improved gauge action at β = 2.6 and 2.9 corresponding to a −1 ≈ 2GeV and 3GeV. Effects due to finite fifth dimensional size N5 and finite spatial size Nσ are examined in detail. Matching to the continuum operator is made(More)
We present a lattice QCD calculation of phase shift including the chiral and continuum extrapolations in two-flavor QCD. The calculation is carried out for I = 2 S-wave ππ scattering. The phase shift is evaluated for two momentum systems, the center of mass and laboratory systems, by using the finite volume method proposed by Lüscher in the center of mass(More)