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  1. Preliminary notes for symanzik effective theory in the context of scale setting procedures for calculating hadronic observables using chiral perturbation theory, which involves discretization corrections, where the SET is employed.


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    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeJan 24th 2021
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    Thanks. I’ll be interested in having a look when it’s further developed.

    For the moment I have just de-capitalized “lattice QCD” in order to make the intended link to lattice QCD come out.

    Conversely, I suppose “Symanzik” ought to be capitalized, no?

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    • CommentTimeJan 24th 2021
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    I have added a reference with review:

    as well as references for the original articles:

    • Kurt Symanzik, Section 3 of: Some topics in quantum field theory In: Schrader R., Seiler R., Uhlenbrock D.A. (eds.) Mathematical Problems in Theoretical Physics Lecture Notes in Physics, vol 153, Springer 1982 (doi:10.1007/3-540-11192-1_11)

    • Kurt Symanzik, Continuum limit and improved action in lattice theories: (I). Principles and ϕ 4\phi^4 theory, Nuclear Physics B Volume 226, Issue 1, 26 September 1983, Pages 187-204 Nuclear Physics B (doi:10.1016/0550-3213(83)90468-6)

    Then I added the following lead-in sentence to the top of the Idea-section, for orientation:

    In the field of quantum chromodynamics, what is known as Symanzik’s effective field theory (Symanzik 82, Symanzik 83) is a type of effective field theory used in lattice QCD in order to deal with lattice-spacing effects.

    Also, I went ahead and capitalized “Symanzik” in the title.

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    • CommentTimeJan 24th 2021
    Thanks! I originally did not capitalize those terms in the body since I am still unfamiliar with capitalization protocol for linking purposes. I will be updating this gradually as I am currently working on a tangential project with the last reference as a basis.

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    • CommentTimeJan 24th 2021

    Thanks, sounds good!

    The title convention is (see here):

    Page titles should be uncapitalized, except for words that are always capitalized.

    So e.g. Einstein’s equations since “einstein’s equations” looks weird.