New method for fitting the low-energy constants in chiral perturbation theory release_hwowfvndljgode5tzarkwrk3oq

by Qin-He Yang, Wei Guo, Feng-Jun Ge, Bo Huang, Hao Liu, Shao-Zhou Jiang

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A new set of the next-to-leading order (NLO) and the next-to-next-to-leading order (NNLO) low-energy constants L_i^r and C_i^r in chiral perturbation theory is obtained. These values are computed using the new experimental data with a new calculation method. This method combines the traditional global fit and Monte Carlo method together. The higher order contributions are estimated with this method. The theoretical values of the observables provide good convergence at each chiral dimension, except for the NNLO values of the π K scattering lengths a_0^3/2 and a_0^1/2. The fitted values for L_i^r at NLO are close to their results with the new method at NNLO; i.e., these L_i^r are nearly order-independent in this method. The estimated ranges for C_i^r are consistent with those in the literature, and their possible upper or/and lower boundaries are given. The values of some linear combinations of C_i^r are also given, and they are more reliable. If one knows a more exact value C_i^r, another C_i^r can be obtained by these values.
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