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, Volume 41, Supplement 1, pp 139–165 | Cite as

Recent developments in lattice QCD

  • Apoorva Patel
Standard Model
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Abstract

I review the current status of several lattice QCD results. I concentrate on new analytical developments and on numerical results relevant to phenomenology.

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Gauge Theory Quark Mass Heavy Quark Pseudoscalar Meson Chiral Limit 
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  • Apoorva Patel
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  1. 1.CTS and SERCIndian Institute of ScienceBangaloreIndia

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