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Title: Determination of F_pi from Distributions of Dirac Operator Eigenvalues with Imaginary Density
Authors: Akemann, G
Damgaard, PH
Keywords: lattice QCD
Random Two-Matrix Theory
Publication Date: 2007
Citation: arXiv:0709.0484v1 [hep-lat] , Sep 2007
Series/Report no.: Proceedings of Science;PoS(Lattice 2007)166
Abstract: In the epsilon-regime of lattice QCD one can get an accurate measurement of the pion decay constant F_pi by monitoring how just one single Dirac operator eigenvalue splits into two when subjected to two different external vector sources. Because we choose imaginary chemical potentials our Dirac eigenvalues remain real. Based on the relevant chiral Random Two-Matrix Theory we derive individual eigenvalue distributions in terms of density correlations functions to leading order in the finite-volume epsilon-expansion. As a simple byproduct we also show how the associated individual Dirac eigenvalue distributions and their correlations can be computed directly from the effective chiral Lagrangian.
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