## Phenomenology in lattice gauge theory \ |

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The diagrams are often easier to understand, but the formal approaches often

pertain to more than one process. For example, an analysis of deep-inelastic

scattering and of

...

The diagrams are often easier to understand, but the formal approaches often

pertain to more than one process. For example, an analysis of deep-inelastic

scattering and of

**wide**-**angle exclusive processes**based on the operator product...

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Dip, which, in turn, are proportional to the moments of structure functions in deep-

inelastic scattering and the moments of the distribution amplitudes defined for

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Dip, which, in turn, are proportional to the moments of structure functions in deep-

inelastic scattering and the moments of the distribution amplitudes defined for

**wide**-**angle exclusive processes**. These matrix elements are the nonperturbative...

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15 for

recapitulation that emphasizes the point of view appropriate to the subsequent

analysis. Tensor operators appear most immediately in the operator product

expansion [19] ...

15 for

**wide**-**angle exclusive processes**. Nevertheless we provide a briefrecapitulation that emphasizes the point of view appropriate to the subsequent

analysis. Tensor operators appear most immediately in the operator product

expansion [19] ...

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### Contents

Composite Operators in Perturbative QCD | 8 |

Lattice Analysis of Tensor Operators | 13 |

Feynman Rules and Numerators of the Diagrams | 32 |

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action C(AP calculation Chapter chiral coefficients component containing all terms correlation functions counterterms coupling constant covariant cutoff decay deep-inelastic scattering defined determine difference operator dimensional Dirac extract extrapolated fermion field Feynman diagrams Feynman rules finite four-vector free of power gauge field gences gluon vertex hadronic matrix elements hence higher order corrections higher twist hypercubic integrands lattice gauge theory lattice spacing mass methods mixing moments momentum scales naive operator nonperturbative numerical simulation obtain operator product expansion partons Pauli-Villars perturbation theory perturbative QCD phenomenology Phys physical units physical value pion pion form factor power law divergences ptot PV Qpva QCD sum rules quantum numbers quark propagator quenched approximation ratio renormalization scale changes simulations of QCD strong interactions structure functions subensembles symmetric difference symmetry tensor operators terms proportional theoretical prediction three-quark operators tion transform irreducibly valence quark vector wide-angle exclusive processes yields zero