The thermodynamic and the continuum limit of meson screening masses

Kaczmarek O, Laermann E, Müller M (2013)
In: PoS. LATTICE 2013. .

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Abstract
We present results on the thermodynamic and continuum limit of mesonscreening masses in the deconfined phase, using standard staggered andnon-perturbatively clover-improved Wilson fermions in the quenchedapproximation with light quark masses. For two temperatures, 1.5 Tc and 3.0 Tc, it is found that on finite latticesscreening masses differ between the actions. We study if both actions reproducethe same masses in the continuum by employing different methods ofextrapolation to the thermodynamic and continuum limit.
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31st International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory (Lattice 2013)
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Mainz, Germany
Conference Date
2013-07-29 – 2013-08-03
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Kaczmarek O, Laermann E, Müller M. The thermodynamic and the continuum limit of meson screening masses. In: PoS. Vol LATTICE 2013. 2013.
Kaczmarek, O., Laermann, E., & Müller, M. (2013). The thermodynamic and the continuum limit of meson screening masses. PoS, LATTICE 2013.
Kaczmarek, O., Laermann, E., and Müller, M. (2013). “The thermodynamic and the continuum limit of meson screening masses” in PoS, vol. LATTICE 2013,.
Kaczmarek, O., Laermann, E., & Müller, M., 2013. The thermodynamic and the continuum limit of meson screening masses. In PoS. no.LATTICE 2013
O. Kaczmarek, E. Laermann, and M. Müller, “The thermodynamic and the continuum limit of meson screening masses”, PoS, vol. LATTICE 2013, 2013.
Kaczmarek, O., Laermann, E., Müller, M.: The thermodynamic and the continuum limit of meson screening masses. PoS. LATTICE 2013, (2013).
Kaczmarek, Olaf, Laermann, Edwin, and Müller, Marcel. “The thermodynamic and the continuum limit of meson screening masses”. PoS. 2013.Vol. LATTICE 2013.
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