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Volume 363 - 37th International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory (LATTICE2019) - Main session
$\chi$SF near the electroweak scale
I. Campos, M. DallaBrida, G. Divitiis, A. Lytle,* M. Papinutto, A. Vladikas
*corresponding author
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Pre-published on: 2019 December 05
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Abstract
We employ the chirally rotated Schr\"odinger functional ($\chi$SF) to study two-point fermion bilinear correlation functions used in the determination of $Z_{A,V,S,P,T}$ on a series of well-tuned ensembles. The gauge configurations, which span renormalisation scales from 4 to 70~GeV, are generated with $N_{\rm f}=3$ massless flavors and Schr\"odinger Functional (SF) boundary conditions. Valence quarks are computed with $\chi$SF boundary conditions. We show preliminary results on the tuning of the $\chi$SF Symanzik coefficient $z_f$ and the scaling of the axial current normalization $Z_{\rm A}$. Moreover we carry out a detailed comparison with the expectations from one-loop perturbation theory. Finally we outline how automatically $\mathrm{O}(a)$-improved $B_{\rm K}$ matrix elements, including BSM contributions, can be computed in a $\chi$SF renormalization scheme.
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