Extraction of lattice QCD spectral densities from an ensemble of trained machines

Michele Buzzicotti, Alessandro De Santis, Nazario Tantalo
High Energy Physics - Lattice, High Energy Physics - Lattice (hep-lat)
2023-12-01 00:00:00
In this talk we discuss a novel method, that we have presented in Ref. [1], to extract hadronic spectral densities from lattice correlators by using deep learning techniques. Hadronic spectral densities play a crucial role in the study of the phenomenology of strong-interacting particles and the problem of their extraction from Euclidean lattice correlators has already been approached in the literature by using machine learning techniques. A distinctive feature of our method is a model-independent training strategy that we implement by parametrizing the training sets over a functional space spanned by Chebyshev polynomials. The other distinctive feature is a reliable estimate of the systematic uncertainties that we obtain by introducing an ensemble of machines in order to study numerically the asymptotic limits of infinitely large networks and training sets. The method is validated on a very large set of random mock data and also in the case of lattice QCD data.
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