# Chapter 3 Correlator fit

### 3.0.1 different tentatives of fitting the l-l correlator

Here we try to interpolate the correlator at $$t_0=0.2 fm$$, we use the following function to interpolate:

• C_{l}^{eq}_2exp: $$N (Pe^{P(t)}+Pe^{P(t)})$$
• C_{l}^{eq}_1exp: $$N (Pe^{P(t)})$$
• C_{l}^{eq}_poly2: $$P+P(t-t_0)+P(t-t_0)^2$$
• C_{l}^{eq}_poly3: $$P+P(t-t_0)+P(t-t_0)^2+P(t-t_0)^3$$

$$N$$ is not a fit parameter but a normalization to ensure that the correlator at $$t_0$$ is $$c(t_0)=P$$, for istance in C_{l}^{eq}_1exp $$N=e^{-Pt_0}$$ The most promising one is the C_{l}^{eq}_2exp using 4 points. Below result and plot for each of the fits.

Notice we are plotting in log10 scale and the polynomial get distorted

C_{l}^{eq}_2exp = -3.58(21)e+5 3.401(71) 1.728(24)e+8 -19.420(95) $$\chi^2/dof=$$ inf

C_{l}^{eq}_1exp = 9.48(23)e+6 -17.00(12) $$\chi^2/dof=$$ 20936

C_{l}^{eq}_poly2 = 1.297(35)e+7 -2.417(16)e+8 1.064(16)e+9 $$\chi^2/dof=$$ 6.9873e+05

C_{l}^{eq}_poly3 = 8.32(25)e+6 -1.734(46)e+8 2.0222(31)e+9 -7.47(17)e+9 $$\chi^2/dof=$$ inf

C_{l}^{eq}_poly2_3pt = 7.23(33)e+6 -2.274(55)e+8 2.435(36)e+9 $$\chi^2/dof=$$ inf