Twisted finitevolume corrections to K_{l3} decays with partiallyquenched and rootedstaggered quarks
(2017) In Journal of High Energy Physics 2017(3). Abstract
The determination of V_{us} from kaon semileptonic decays requires the value of the form factor f_{+}(q^{2} = 0) which can be calculated precisely on the lattice. We provide the oneloop partially quenched chiral perturbation theory expressions both with and without including the effects of staggered quarks for all form factors at finite volume and with partially twisted boundary conditions for both the vector current and scalar density matrix elements at all q^{2}. We point out that at finite volume there are more form factors than just f_{+} and f_{−} for the vector current matrix element but that the Ward identity is fully satisfied. The size of the finitevolume corrections at... (More)
The determination of V_{us} from kaon semileptonic decays requires the value of the form factor f_{+}(q^{2} = 0) which can be calculated precisely on the lattice. We provide the oneloop partially quenched chiral perturbation theory expressions both with and without including the effects of staggered quarks for all form factors at finite volume and with partially twisted boundary conditions for both the vector current and scalar density matrix elements at all q^{2}. We point out that at finite volume there are more form factors than just f_{+} and f_{−} for the vector current matrix element but that the Ward identity is fully satisfied. The size of the finitevolume corrections at present lattice sizes is small. This will help improve the lattice determination of f_{+}(q^{2} = 0) since the finitevolume error is the dominant error source for some calculations. The size of the finitevolume corrections may be estimated on a single lattice ensemble by comparing results for various twist choices.
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 author
 Bernard, Claude; Bijnens, Johan ^{LU} ; Gámiz, Elvira and Relefors, Johan ^{LU}
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 publishing date
 20170301
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 Contribution to journal
 publication status
 published
 subject
 keywords
 Chiral Lagrangians, Kaon Physics, Lattice QCD, Quark Masses and SM Parameters
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 Journal of High Energy Physics
 volume
 2017
 issue
 3
 publisher
 Springer
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 scopus:85016153195
 wos:000397706600002
 ISSN
 11266708
 DOI
 10.1007/JHEP03(2017)120
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 English
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 c8fe3b7d2b304631b0c261b1398fce04
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