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Title: Improving Algorithms to Compute All Elements of the Lattice Quark Propagator
Sponsor: Irish Research Council for Science Engineering and Technology
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Keywords: Pure & Applied Mathematics
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: O Cais, A., Juge, K. J., Peardon, M. J., Ryan, S. M., Skullerud, J.I., ’Improving algorithms to compute all elements of the lattice quark propagator’ in Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, 40, 2005, pp 844 - 849
Series/Report no.: Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements
Abstract: We present a new exact algorithm for estimating all elements of the quark propagator. The advantage of the method is that the exact all-to-all propagator is reproduced in a large but finite number of inversions. The efficacy of the algorithm is tested in Monte Carlo simulations of Wilson quarks in quenched QCD. Applications that are difficult to probe with point propagators are discussed
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