The gluino-glue particle and relevant scales for the simulations of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory

  title={The gluino-glue particle and relevant scales for the simulations of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory},
  author={Georg Bergner and Istvan Montvay and Gernot Munster and Dirk Sandbrink and Umut D. Ozugurel},
Supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory is in several respects different from QCD and pure Yang-Mills theory. Therefore, a reinvestigation of the scales, at which finite size effects and lattice artifacts become relevant, is necessary. Both, finite size effects and lattice artifacts, induce a breaking of supersymmetry. In view of the unexpected mass gap between bosonic and fermionic particles an estimation of these effects is essential. 
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