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## hep-ph/0502200 Fitting of quark masses

<jabberwocky><div class="vbmenu_control"><a href="jabberwocky:;" onClick="newWindow=window.open('','usenetCode','toolbar=no,location=no, scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,status=no,width=650,height=400'); newWindow.document.write('<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>Usenet ASCII</TITLE></HEAD><BODY topmargin=0 leftmargin=0 BGCOLOR=#F1F1F1><table border=0 width=625><td bgcolor=midnightblue><font color=#F1F1F1>This Usenet message\'s original ASCII form: </font></td></tr><tr><td width=449><br><br><font face=courier><UL><PRE>the preprint hep-ph/0502200 uses four parameters to adjust six mass\nvalues,\nwhich is not impressive by itself, but it is still, as the title says,\n"interesting". Or intriguing. What is the meaning of a correlation\nparameter\nof .996 in the adjust, with only six data points?\n\nAnd, can any expert assess on their method to calculate the barMS\nmasses at\nthe scale of the Z particle?\n\nAlejandro Rivero\n\n</UL></PRE></font></td></tr></table></BODY><HTML>');"> <IMG SRC=/images/buttons/ip.gif BORDER=0 ALIGN=CENTER ALT="View this Usenet post in original ASCII form">&nbsp;&nbsp;View this Usenet post in original ASCII form </a></div><P></jabberwocky>the preprint http://www.arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0502200 uses four parameters to adjust six mass
values,
which is not impressive by itself, but it is still, as the title says,
"interesting". Or intriguing. What is the meaning of a correlation
parameter
of .996 in the adjust, with only six data points?

And, can any expert assess on their method to calculate the barMS
masses at
the scale of the Z particle?

Alejandro Rivero