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Title: Lattice determinations of the strange quark mass
Other Titles: Conference on Kaon Physics (K 99), [FERMILAB-CONF-99/222-T]
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Keywords: Pure & Applied Mathematics
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: University of Chicago
Citation: Ryan, S. M. ‘Lattice determinations of the strange quark mass’ in proceedings of the Conference on Kaon Physics (K 99), University of Chicago, USA, June 21-26, 1999, pp 319 – 325.
Series/Report no.: FERMILAB-CONF-99/222-T
Abstract: The importance of the strange quark mass, as a fundamental parameter of the Standard Model (SM) and as an input to many interesting quantities, has been highlighted in many reviews, eg in Ref . A first principles calculation of ms is possible in lattice QCD but to date there has been a rather large spread in values from lattice calculations. This review aims to clarify the situation by explaining the particular systematic errors and their effects and illustrating the emerging consenus.
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