SciDAC array definition
The action XML chunk
Enumeration of possible BCs
Enumeration of possible representations of groups
Enumeration of possible gauge groups
Describes the quark field normalisation and boundary conditions
Contains the properties of the gluon field, e.g. gauge group and representation
The SciDAC array definition
The number of flavours of quarks that have the action defined by the following couplings
An array of boundaryConditionType
General complex type contains more than one coupling
All couplings are of this type, essentially a double
Contaings N couplings plus integer numberOfFlavours
Has the general properties of the quark action
Has the general properties of the quark action, i.e. the number of quark flavours and the properties of the fields
Extends the general quark action with fields related to anisotropy namely the xi0 parameter and the direction which is anisotropic
Has the general properties of the gluon action
Has the general properties of the gloun action, i.e. the gluon field and the glossary XML
Extends a general quark action with with anisotropy parameters xi0 and the anisotropy direction
This six-link action has three couplings
Abstract class of all six link gluon action. Doesn't fix the couplings.
The Wilson plaquette action, has a coupling beta
Anisotropic version of the Wilson Plaquette Action
Anisotropic version of the Wilson Plaquette Action with tadpole improvement
DBW2 is a six link action with specific couplings
The treelevel Symanzik action is a six link action with specific couplings
The Luescher-Weisz gluon action is a six link action
The Luescher-Weisz gluon action with tadpole-improved coefficients is a six link action
Anisotropic Wilson Action in either (mu,mass) or (kappa_s,kappa_t) convention. Wilson's r parameters are optional. Default values are 1.0.
The wilson quark action, has a coupling kappa
The generic clover wilson action type. It is abstract because there are different definitions of CSW that are all clover actions
The Clover Wilson quark action where the coefficient has been determined non-perturbatively
The Clover Wilson quark action where the coefficient has been determined by tadpole improved perturbation theory
An element for anisotropic clover
The Clover Wilson quark action where the coefficient has been determined by tadpole improved perturbation theory and the links for irrelevant operators have been smeared
The Clover Wilson quark action where the coefficient has been determined non-perturbatively and smeared links are used in the derivative term
The Wilson twisted mass quark action
The Wilson twisted mass quark action with mass-split doublet as described in Eq. (9) of arXiv:hep-lat/0606011v1. Note that unlike in the wilsonTmQuarkAction the twist is in the tau1 direction, while the tau3 direction is used for the mass splitting.
The basic KS action. Abstract
A specific improved KS quark action
The abstract Overlap quark operator
The quark mass for this operator
The mass that goes into the kernel. Sometimes called the domain wall height. Sometimes given a negative sign convention. This is NOT enforced here.
The degree of the approximation for the square root or equivalently the size of the fifth dimension
The domain Wall quark action. 4D is Wilson and the approx is tanh
The Zolotarev rational polynomial approximation is used to estimate sign(H_W). The range of the approximation is specified by either "threshold" or "nEngenmode".
The range OUTSIDE the approximation and how contribution from the range is treated. "method"=eigenmode: all eigenmodes in (min,max) are calculated and the sign(H_W) is treated exactly in the range. "method"=ignore: contribution from the range is simply ignored. Note that "min = - max .lt. 0" is an usual cases. Also note that the upper bound of the sign approximation function is not marked up, because it is in general dependent of configurations.
Low-lying eigenmodes (lambda_i, i=1 to "nEigenmode") are identified and the sign approximation formula is applied for the range of x given by "|x| .ge. max_i |lambda_i|". Upper-bound of the range is not marked up.
The number of poles of the sign approximation formula. Positive integer is recommended when "threshold" is given. variable is allowed when "nEigenmode" is given.
The overlap quark action.
The simulation size, for each dimension, as well as the order of the dimensioons
The name of the dimension and its size
Observables calculated on configurations of this ensemble
Definition of observalbes
Enumeration of possible observable names
Contains the physics information
Also known as ensemble XML. below this level the XML is static across an ensemble of data.
The Logical file name on the grid of the data file itself
The URI which identifies the of the ensemble
The type for algorithms
Contains a name and a value
Contains information about who, what, and when the data was done
The number of times the entry for this ensemble has been revised
An optional label to identify this ensemble or to categorize several ensembles
An optional short text string to identify this ensemble by collaboration dependent notations, such as a list of name and value pairs of coupling parameters in publications
Management action such as add to the catalogue, withdraw from the catalogue
Who made this revision
An enumeration of revision actions
add a new ensemble
replace ensemble document
remove ensemble
Contains the method to fix topology and the value of the topological charge
the value of the polological charge (integer)
The base type for defining a determinant to fix topology.
an abstract element for determinants
wilson determinant type for topology fixing.
wilson determinant det(H_W(-m0)^2) for topology fixing with the Hermitian Wilson-Dirac kernel H_W, where m0 is the kernelMass.
wilson twisted ghost determinant type for topology fixing.
wilson plus twisted ghost determinant det(H_W(-m0)^2/(H_W(-m0)^2+mu^2)) for topology fixing with the Hermitian Wilson-Dirac kernel H_W, where m0 is the kernelMass and mu is the twistedMass.
link smearing
The base type for defining a link blocking scheme, being the a sum of link paths with common endpoints (those of the original link). The paths are weighted by one or more coefficients.
Block the links using an isotropic APE blocking method. rho0 is the coefficient of the original link. rho1 is the coefficient in front of the sum of six simple staples. rho0 = 0, rho0 = 1 and rho0 = (1 - 6 rho1) are typical examples. Reference: Phys. Lett. B192 163, 1987.
Block the links using an anisotropic APE blocking method. rho0S, rho1SS and rho1ST are coefficients for blocking links in spatial direction: rho0S is the coefficient of the link, rho1SS is that in front of the sum of 4 space-space staples, rho1ST is that in front of the sum of 2 space-time staples. rho0T and rho1TS are coefficients for blocking links in temporal direction: rho0T is the coefficient of the link, rho1TS is the coefficient in front of the sum of 6 space-time staples. Reference: Phys. Lett. B192 163, 1987 and QCDml documentation.
The base type for defining a link unitarization method. The method should take a matrix and construct a special unitary matrix.
Unitarise the blocked links with the stout link construction. Reference: Phys.Rev.D69:054501,2004, hep-lat/0311018.
Unitarise the blocked links by multiplying the inverse square root of the matrices, then factor out the determinant. Reference: Phys.Rev.D70:014502,2004, hep-lat/0403019.
Enumeration of possible permisions