Recent progress in applying lattice QCD to kaon physics
Standard lattice calculations in kaon physics are based on the evaluation of matrix elements of local operators between two single-hadron states or a single-hadron state and the vacuum. Recent progress in lattice QCD has gone beyond these standard observables. I will review the status and prospects of lattice kaon physics with an emphasis on non-leptonic K -> pi pi decay and long-distance processes including KL-KS mixing, rare kaon decay and electromagnetic correction to kaon decays.
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Weak Decays and Matrix Elements