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Bottomonium and B results from full lattice QCD

@inproceedings{Davies2013BottomoniumAB,
  title={Bottomonium and B results from full lattice QCD},
  author={Christine T. H. Davies and Brian Colquhoun and B. Galloway and Gordon Donald and Jonna Koponen and Rachel J. Dowdall and R. R. Horgan and Eduardo Follana and G. Peter Lepage and Craig McNeile},
  year={2013}
}
We have developed two methods for handling b quarks in lattice QCD. One uses NRQCD (now improved to include radiative corrections) and the other uses Highly Improved Staggered Quarks (HISQ), extrapolating to the b quark from lighter masses and using multiple lattice spacings to control discretisation errors. Comparison of results for the two different methods gives confidence in estimates of lattice QCD systematic errors, since they are very different in these two cases. Here we show results… 
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