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Results on the lowest-order hadronic vacuum polarization contribution to the muon magnetic anomaly are presented. They are based on the latest published experimental data used as input to the dispersion integral. Thus recent results on tau -> nu(tau)pi pi(0) decays from Belle and on e(+)e(-) annihilation to pi(+)pi(-) from BABAR and KLOE are included. The new data, together with improved isospin-breaking corrections for tau decays, result into a much better consistency among the different results. A discrepancy between the Standard Model prediction and the direct g-2 measurement is found at the level of 3 sigma.
A precision measurement of the cross section for the process e+e−→π+π−(γ) is presented with the radiative return method with the high statistics data accumulated by BaBar at the Upsilon(4S). The luminosity is determined from the study of the corresponding leptonic process e+e−→μ+μ−(γ), thus cancelling several factors and reducing the overall systematic uncertainty. Trigger, tracking, particle identification, and kinematic-fit χ2 efficiencies are evaluated from data in the same environment. Additional radiation from the initial and the final states is studied in both processes. The analysis covers the mass range between threshold and 5 GeV. Preliminary results are presented here between 0.5 and 3 GeV, with data samples of 513183 pion events and 445631 muon events. The systematic uncertainty in the main ρ resonance region is 5.6×10−3. Th...
The evaluation of the hadronic contribution to the muon magnetic anomaly $a_\mu$ is revisited, taking advantage of new experimental data on $e^+e^-$ annihilation into hadrons: SND and CMD-2 for the $\pi^+\pi^-$ channel, and \babar for multihadron final states. Discrepancies are observed between KLOE and CMD-2/SND data, preventing one from averaging all the $e^+e^-$ results. The long-standing disagreement between spectral functions obtained from $\tau$ decays and $e^+e^-$ annihilation is still present, and not accounted by isospin-breaking corrections, for which new estimates have been presented. The updated Standard Model value for $a_\mu$ based on $e^+e^-$ annihilation data is now reaching a precision better than experiment, and it disagrees with the direct measurement from BNL at the 3.3$\sigma$ level, while the $\tau$-based estimate...
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