2020-01-22T14:32:18Zhttps://tsukuba.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=repository_oaipmhoai:tsukuba.repo.nii.ac.jp:000077812020-01-14T03:27:56Z00003:00062:05598:0008400029:0011002871:02873:00125
Calculation of nonleptonic kaon decay amplitudes from K→π matrix elements in quenched domain-wall QCDenghttp://hdl.handle.net/2241/89325Journal ArticleNoaki, J.Aoki, S.Aoki, Y.Burkhalter, R.Ejiri, S.Fukugita, M.Hashimoto, S.Ishizuka, N.Iwasaki, Y.Izubuchi, T.Kanaya, K.Kaneko, T.Kuramashi, Y.Lesk, V.Nagai, K. I.Okawa, M.Taniguch, Y.Ukawa, A.Yoshié, T.岩崎, 洋一宇川, 彰We explore the application of the domain wall fermion formalism of lattice QCD to calculate the K→ππ decay amplitudes in terms of the K+→π+ and K0→0 hadronic matrix elements through relations derived in chiral perturbation theory. Numerical simulations are carried out in quenched QCD using the domain-wall fermion action for quarks and a renormalization group-improved gauge action for gluons on a 163×32×16 and 243×32×16 lattice at β=2.6 corresponding to the lattice spacing 1/a≈2 GeV. Quark loop contractions which appear in Penguin diagrams are calculated by the random noise method, and the ΔI=1/2 matrix elements which require subtractions with the quark loop contractions are obtained with a statistical accuracy of about 10%. We investigate the chiral properties required of the K+→π+ matrix elements. Matching the lattice matrix elements to those in the continuum at μ=1/a using the perturbative renormalization factor to one loop order, and running to the scale μ=mc=1.3 GeV with the renormalization group for Nf=3 flavors, we calculate all the matrix elements needed for the decay amplitudes. With these matrix elements, the ΔI=3/2 decay amplitude Re A2 shows a good agreement with experiment after an extrapolation to the chiral limit. The ΔI=1/2 amplitude Re A0, on the other hand, is about 50–60 % of the experimental one even after chiral extrapolation. In view of the insufficient enhancement of the ΔI=1/2 contribution, we employ the experimental values for the real parts of the decay amplitudes in our calculation of ɛ′/ɛ. The central values of our result indicate that the ΔI=3/2 contribution is larger than the ΔI=1/2 contribution so that ɛ′/ɛ is negative and has a magnitude of order 10-4. We discuss in detail possible systematic uncertainties, which seem too large for a definite conclusion on the value of ɛ′/ɛ.Physical review D6810145012003-070556-2821AA0077362410.1103/PhysRevD.68.014501©2003 The American Physical Societyapplication/pdfpublisherhttps://tsukuba.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=repository_action_common_download&item_id=7781&item_no=1&attribute_id=17&file_no=1物理学American Physical Societyhttp://hdl.handle.net/2241/893252013-12-18