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Two-nucleon S-wave interactions at the $SU(3)$ flavor-symmetric point with $m_{ud}\simeq m_s^{\rm phys}$: a first lattice QCD calculation with the stochastic Laplacian Heaviside method

@inproceedings{Horz2020TwonucleonSI,
  title={Two-nucleon S-wave interactions at the \$SU(3)\$ flavor-symmetric point with \$m\_\{ud\}\simeq m\_s^\{\rm phys\}\$: a first lattice QCD calculation with the stochastic Laplacian Heaviside method},
  author={Ben Horz and Dean Howarth and Enrico Rinaldi and Andrew Hanlon and Chia-Cheng Chang and Christopher Korber and Evan Berkowitz and John Bulava and Michael A. Clark and Wayne Tai Lee and Colin Morningstar and Amy Nicholson and Pavlos Vranas and Andr{\'e} Walker-Loud},
  year={2020}
}
Ben Hörz, Dean Howarth, 1 Enrico Rinaldi, 4 Andrew Hanlon, Chia Cheng Chang (張家丞), 6, 1 Christopher Körber, 6, 1 Evan Berkowitz, John Bulava, M.A. Clark, Wayne Tai Lee, Colin Morningstar, Amy Nicholson, 1 Pavlos Vranas, 1 and André Walker-Loud 6, 2 Nuclear Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA Physics Division, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA 94550, USA Arithmer Inc., R&D Headquarters, Minato, Tokyo 106-6040, Japan RIKEN iTHEMS… 

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