Key Takeaway: The quark condensate is determined from an overlap action, with the Wilson gauge action at $ensuremathbeta=5.9$, and the resulting number is a continuum-regulated number.

Abstract

I use the technique of Hern\'andez et al. to convert a recent calculation of the lattice-regulated quark condensate from an overlap action to a continuum-regulated number. I find ${\ensuremath{\Sigma}}_{\overline{\mathrm{MS}}}(\ensuremath{\mu}=2 \mathrm{GeV})=[282(6) \mathrm{MeV}{]}^{3}\ifmmode\times\else\texttimes\fi{}{(a}^{\ensuremath{-}1}/1766 \mathrm{MeV}{)}^{3}$ from a calculation with the Wilson gauge action at $\ensuremath{\beta}=5.9.$