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Il Nuovo Cimento A (1965-1970)

, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp 67–84 | Cite as

Duality diagrams and the pomeron

  • R. Delbourgo
  • P. Rotelli
Article

Summary

A model for the pomeron is suggested, based upon an interpretation ofall planar quark diagrams. The model involves as a subclass those «legal» diagrams used to generalize the Veneziano model to supermultiplet scattering. In consequence the definition of duality is enlarged and more specifically the Harari-Freund identification of resonances with Regge poles and pomeron with background is modified.

Диаграммы двойственности и померен

Реэюме

Предлагается модель для померона, основанная на интерпретации всех плоских диаграмм кварков. Эта модель включает как подкласс те «эаконные» диаграммы, которые были испольэованы при обобшении модели Венециано на случай рассеяния супермультиплетов. В реэультате зтого расщиряется определение двойственности и, в частности, видоиэменяется идентификация Харари-Фрунда реэонансов с полюсами Редже и померона с фоном.

Riassunto

Si suggerisce un modello del pomerone basato su un’interpretazione ditutti i diagrammi piani dei quark. Il modello coinvolge come sottoclasse quei diagrammi « legali » usati per generalizzare il modello di Veneziano allo scattering di supermultipletto. In conseguenza si estende la definizione di dualità e più specificamente si modifica l’identificazione di Harari-Freund delle risonanze con i poli di Regge e del pomerone con il fondo.

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© Società Italiana di Fisica 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Delbourgo
    • 1
  • P. Rotelli
    • 1
  1. 1.Physics DepartmentImperial CollegeLondon

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