One-loop analyses of lattice QCD with the overlap Dirac operator

@article{Ishibashi2000OneloopAO,
title={One-loop analyses of lattice QCD with the overlap Dirac operator},
author={Masatoshi Ishibashi and Yoshio Kikukawa and Tatsuya Noguchi and Atsushi Yamada},
journal={Nuclear Physics},
year={2000},
volume={576},
pages={501-516}
}

We formulate the massive overlap fermions on anisotropic lattices. We find that the dispersion relation for the overlap fermion resembles the continuum form in the low-momentum region once the bare… Expand

We formulate the massive overlap fermions on anisotropic lattices. We find that the dispersion relation for the overlap fermion resembles the continuum form in the low-momentum region once the bare… Expand

We formulate the massive overlap fermions on anisotropic lattices. We find that the dispersion relation for the overlap fermion resembles the continuum form in the low-momentum region once the bare… Expand

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