PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 363 - 37th International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory (LATTICE2019) - Main session
Study of the pion-pion scatterings with a combination of all-to-all propagators and the HAL QCD method
Y. Akahoshi*, S. Aoki, T. Aoyama, T. Miyamoto, K. Sasaki and  On behalf of the HAL QCD Collaboration
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Pre-published on: January 04, 2020
Published on: August 27, 2020
In this paper, we report recent developments of the HAL QCD method for two hadron systems which contain quark annihilation processes using all-to-all quark propagators.
We employ the hybrid method for all-to-all propagators, which combines a low-mode spectral decomposition of the quark propagator and stochastic estimators for remaining high modes, to evaluate the HAL QCD potentials for the first time. Using this method, we investigate the $I=
1,2$ $\pi \pi$ scatterings at $m_{\pi} \approx 870$ MeV. In the $I=2$ study, we study how statistical fluctuations of the HAL QCD potentials are increased due to stochastic estimators in the hybrid method, compared with the conventional one without them. We find that we can reduce statistical fluctuations by dilutions of stochastic noises in order to obtain sufficiently precise results, which turn out to be consistent with conventional results without all-to-all propagators. In the $I=1$ $\pi \pi$ case, which contains quark annihilation processes, we find that statistical fluctuations are further enhanced due to noise contaminations in annihilation processes. We, however, confirm that we can also reduce such statistical fluctuations to obtain the potential with a reasonable precision as long as we further increase a degree of dilutions at a price of large numerical costs and take an appropriate scheme for the potential.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.363.0058
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