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The Resource A Brief Introduction to Dispersion Relations : With Modern Applications, by José Antonio Oller, (electronic resource)
A Brief Introduction to Dispersion Relations : With Modern Applications, by José Antonio Oller, (electronic resource)
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 This text offers a brief introduction to the dispersion relations as an approach to calculate Smatrix elements, a formalism that allows one to take advantage of the analytical structure of scattering amplitudes following the basic principles of unitarity and causality. First, the case of twobody scattering is considered and then its contribution to other processes through finalstate interactions is discussed. For twobody scattering amplitudes, the general expression for a partialwave amplitude is derived in the approximation where the crossed channel dynamics is neglected. This is taken as the starting point for many interesting nonperturbative applications, both in the light and heavy quark sector. Subsequently crossed channel dynamics is introduced within the equations for calculating the partialwave amplitudes. Some applications based on methods that treat crossedchannel dynamics perturbatively are discussed too. The last part of this introductory treatment is dedicated to the further impact of scattering amplitudes on a variety of processes through finalstate interactions. Several possible approaches are discussed such as the MuskhelishviliOmnes dispersive integral equations and other closed formulae. These different formalisms are then applied in particular to the study of resonances presenting a number of challenging properties. The book ends with a chapter illustrating the use of dispersion relations in the nuclear medium for the evaluation of the energy density in nuclear matter
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 eng
 Extent
 VIII, 141 p. 10 illus., 1 illus. in color.
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 Preface
 Basics on dispersion relations
 Twobody scattering amplitudes with applications
 Finalstate interactions with applications
 Isbn
 9783030135829
 Label
 A Brief Introduction to Dispersion Relations : With Modern Applications
 Title
 A Brief Introduction to Dispersion Relations
 Title remainder
 With Modern Applications
 Statement of responsibility
 by José Antonio Oller
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This text offers a brief introduction to the dispersion relations as an approach to calculate Smatrix elements, a formalism that allows one to take advantage of the analytical structure of scattering amplitudes following the basic principles of unitarity and causality. First, the case of twobody scattering is considered and then its contribution to other processes through finalstate interactions is discussed. For twobody scattering amplitudes, the general expression for a partialwave amplitude is derived in the approximation where the crossed channel dynamics is neglected. This is taken as the starting point for many interesting nonperturbative applications, both in the light and heavy quark sector. Subsequently crossed channel dynamics is introduced within the equations for calculating the partialwave amplitudes. Some applications based on methods that treat crossedchannel dynamics perturbatively are discussed too. The last part of this introductory treatment is dedicated to the further impact of scattering amplitudes on a variety of processes through finalstate interactions. Several possible approaches are discussed such as the MuskhelishviliOmnes dispersive integral equations and other closed formulae. These different formalisms are then applied in particular to the study of resonances presenting a number of challenging properties. The book ends with a chapter illustrating the use of dispersion relations in the nuclear medium for the evaluation of the energy density in nuclear matter
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 Nuclear physics
 Mathematical physics
 Quantum theory
 Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons
 Mathematical Methods in Physics
 Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory
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 A Brief Introduction to Dispersion Relations : With Modern Applications, by José Antonio Oller, (electronic resource)
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 Preface  Basics on dispersion relations  Twobody scattering amplitudes with applications  Finalstate interactions with applications
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 VIII, 141 p. 10 illus., 1 illus. in color.
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 9783030135829
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