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Asymptotic behavior of Nambu–Bethe–Salpeter wave functions for scalar systems with a bound state
/ Gongyo, Shinya ; Aoki, Sinya
We study the asymptotic behaviors of the Nambu–Bethe–Salpeter (NBS) wave functions, which are important for the HAL QCD potential method to extract hadron interactions, in the case that a bound state exists in the system. [...]
Published in PTEP 2018 (2018) 093B03
10.1093/ptep/pty097
arXiv:1807.02967
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Comment on “Relation between scattering amplitude and BetheSalpeter wave function in quantum field theory”
/ Aoki, Sinya ; Doi, Takumi ; Hatsuda, Tetsuo ; Ishii, Noriyoshi
We invalidate the arguments given in [T. [...]
Published in Physical Review D 98 (2018)
10.1103/PhysRevD.98.038501
arXiv:1711.09344
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AdS geometry from CFT on a general conformally flat manifold
/ Aoki, Sinya ; Yokoyama, Shuichi
We construct an antideSitter (AdS) geometry from a conformal field theory (CFT) defined on a general conformally flat manifold via a flow equation associated with the curved manifold, which we refer to as the primary flow equation. [...]
Published in Nuclear Physics B (2018)
10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2018.06.004
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Most Strange Dibaryon from Lattice QCD
/ Gongyo, Shinya ; Sasaki, Kenji ; Aoki, Sinya ; Doi, Takumi ; et al
The $\Omega \Omega $ system in the ${}^{1}{S}_{0}$ channel (the most strange dibaryon) is studied on the basis of the ($2+1$)flavor lattice QCD simulations with a large volume $(8.1\text{}\text{}\mathrm{fm}{)}^{3}$ and nearly physical pion mass ${m}_{\pi}\simeq 146\text{}\text{}\mathrm{MeV}$ at a lattice spacing of $a\simeq 0.0846\text{}\text{}\mathrm{fm}$. [...]
Published in Physical Review Letters 120 (2018)
10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.212001
arXiv:1709.00654
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I = 2 π π scattering phase shift from the HAL QCD method with the LapH smearing
/ Kawai, Daisuke ; Aoki, Sinya ; Doi, Takumi ; Ikeda, Yoichi ; et al
Physical observables, such as the scattering phase shifts and binding energy, calculated from the nonlocal HAL QCD potential do not depend on the sink operators used to define the potential. [...]
Published in PTEP 2018 (2018) 043B04
10.1093/ptep/pty032
arXiv:1711.01883
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Flow equation, conformal symmetry, and antide Sitter geometry
/ Aoki, Sinya ; Yokoyama, Shuichi
We argue that the antide Sitter (AdS) geometry in dimensions naturally emerges from an arbitrary conformal field theory in dimensions using the free flow equation. [...]
Published in PTEP 2018 (2018) 031B01
10.1093/ptep/pty013
arXiv:1707.03982
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Flow equation of N $$ \mathcal{N} $$ = 1 supersymmetric O ( N ) nonlinear sigma model in two dimensions
/ Aoki, Sinya ; Kikuchi, Kengo ; Onogi, Tetsuya
We study the flow equation for the N $$ \mathcal{N} $$ = 1 supersymmetric O ( N ) nonlinear sigma model in two dimensions, which cannot be given by the gradient of the action, as evident from dimensional analysis. [...]
Published in JHEP 1802 (2018) 128
10.1007/JHEP02(2018)128
arXiv:1704.03717
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Flow equation for the scalar model in the large expansion and its applications
/ Aoki, Sinya ; Balog, Janos ; Onogi, Tetsuya ; Weisz, Peter
We study the flow equation of the O( ) model in dimensions at the nexttoleading order (NLO) in the expansion. [...]
Published in PTEP 2017 (2017) 043B01
10.1093/ptep/ptx025
arXiv:1701.00046
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Flow equation for the large N scalar model and induced geometries
/ Aoki, Sinya ; Balog, Janos ; Onogi, Tetsuya ; Weisz, Peter
We study the proposal that a ( d1 )dimensional induced metric is constructed from a d dimensional field theory using gradient flow. [...]
Published in PTEP 2016 (2016) 083B04
10.1093/ptep/ptw106
arXiv:1605.02413
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Coupledchannel approach to strangeness S 2 baryon–bayron interactions in lattice QCD
/ Sasaki, Kenji ; Aoki, Sinya ; Doi, Takumi ; Hatsuda, Tetsuo ; et al
Baryon–baryon interactions with strangeness with flavor SU(3) breaking are calculated for the first time by using the HAL QCD method extended to the coupledchannel system in lattice QCD. [...]
Published in PTEP 2015 (2015) 113B01
10.1093/ptep/ptv144
arXiv:1504.01717
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