## Perturbative study of the supersymmetric lattice theory from a matrix model

We study the lattice model for the supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory in two-dimensions proposed by Cohen, Kaplan, Katz, and Unsal. We re-examine the formal proof for the absence of susy-breaking counterterms as well as the stability of the vacuum by an explicit perturbative calculation for the case of U(2) gauge group. Introducing fermion masses and treating the bosonic zero momentum mode nonperturbatively, we avoid the infra-red divergences in the perturbative calculation. As a result, we find that there appear mass counterterms for finite volume which vanish in the infinite volume limit so that the theory needs no fine-tuning. We also findmore »