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However, different from the ground state baryons, formally the orbital angular momentum of the heavy quark has more dominant contribution to AH than 0(1/NC). This is because of the orbital-light-quark-spin interactions. After summing up all the relevant many-body interactions, this order 0(1) - S' 2 contribution is L-Slf(--^), where / is a general function which can be Taylor _ c expanded. The mass AH can be written simply as A°H = Ncco + hL -Sl + 0 (-^-) , (7) where coefficients Q ~ AQCD (i = 0,1).
11) (N = 6). 14) In this basis, the chiral transformation adopted by Shamir and Furman be expressed as follows: 9 *#(*) = (r5),tvj(*). where T 5 is given (for TV = 6) by (2-15) (r 8 ). t = / -75 0 0 0 0 0 \ 0 -75 0 0 0 0 0 0 -75 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 0 0 0 0 0 0 7s 0 \ 0 0 0 0 0 75/ (TV = 6). 18) 23 The chiral symmetry breaking occurs at t = y in the five-dimensional Dirac operator for the domain-wall fermion. On the other hand, it occurs both at t = y and at t = N for the Pauli-Villars field, because of the anti-periodic boundary condition.
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