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2.1.1 General remarks on partial wave and amplitude analyses

2.1 Methods of partial wave and amplitude analyses
  • G. Höhler
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Part of the Landolt-Börnstein - Group I Elementary Particles, Nuclei and Atoms book series

Abstract

Summary

This document is part of Subvolume B2 ‘Pion Nucleon Scattering. Part 2: Methods and Results of Phenomenological Analyses’ of Volume 9 ‘Elastic and Charge Exchange Scattering of Elementary Particles’ of Landolt-Börnstein - Group I Elementary Particles, Nuclei and Atoms.

Keywords

Elastic and Charge Exchange Scattering of Elementary Particles Pion Nucleon Scattering. Part 2: Methods and Results of Phenomenological Analyses 

3.1 Books, reviews and lecture notes

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    PION-NUCLEON PHASE SHIFT ANALYSIS A. DONNACHIE IN"PRATICLE INTERACTIONS AT HIGH ENERGIES";EDS.T.W. PREIST, L.L.J. VICK;OLIVER AND BOYD(1967) A.7.1; 2.1.5; 2.4.1; 2.6.7Google Scholar
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    PION-NUCLEON PHASE SHIFT ANALYSIS AND PHENOMENOL OGICAL DISPERSION RELATIONS C. LOVELACE IN "PION-NUCLEON SCATTERING";EDS. G. SHAW, Y. WONG;WILEY(1969) 2.1.5; A.6.9; 2.6.7Google Scholar
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    BARYON RESONANCES AND RELATED PHENOMENOLOGY C. LOVELACE IN"PROC.INT.CONF.ON HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS", Batavia;EDS. J.D. JACKSON, A. ROBERTS; P. 73(1972) 2.1.5; 2.4.1Google Scholar
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    THE PION-NUCLEON SYSTEM B.H. BRANSDEN, R.G. MOORHOUSE;PRINCETON UNIV.PRESS (1973) 2; AGoogle Scholar
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    PARITIAL WAVE ANALYSIS AND BARYON RESONANCES A. DONNACHIE:REP.PROGR.PHYS36(1973)695 2.1; 2.4.1CrossRefADSGoogle Scholar
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    PION-NUCLEON PHASE-SHIFT ANALYSIS:0–350 MEV L.D. ROPER, R.M. WRIGHT:PHYS.REV.138(1965)B921 2.1CrossRefADSGoogle Scholar
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    AMBIGUITIES OF COMPLEX PHASE-SHIFT ANALYSIS A. GERSTEN:NUCL.PHYS.B12(1969)537 2.1.11; A.1.3; A.2.1CrossRefADSGoogle Scholar
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    RECONSTRUCTION OF SCATTERING AMPLITUDES FROM DIFFERENTIAL CROSS SECTIONS A. MARTIN IN"PARTICLE PHYSICS";ED.S.M. MARTINIS, S. PALLUA, N. ZOVKO;NORTH-HOLLAND(1974) 2.1.2Google Scholar
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    PRINCIPLES AND PRDBLEMS OF PHASE-SHIFT ANALYSIS J.E. BOWCOCK, H. BURKHARDT:REP.PROGR.PHYS.38(1975)1099 2.1.1; 2.1.2; 2.1.3CrossRefADSGoogle Scholar
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    CRICHTON'S PHASE-SHIFT AMBIGUITY D. ATKINSON, P.W. JOHNSON, M. MEHTA, M. DE ROO:NUCL.PHYS.B55(1973)125 2.1.2CrossRefADSGoogle Scholar
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    POSSIBLE AMBIGUITIES IN PI N PHASE-SHIFT ANALYSIS R. BRUNET, L. GAUTIER, P. WINTERNITZ:PHYS.REV.D13(1976)1390 2.1.2ADSGoogle Scholar
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    CRICHTON AMBIGUITIES WITH INFINITELY MANY PARTIAL WAVES D. ATKINSON, L.P. KOK, M. DE ROO:PHYS.REV.17(1978)2492 2.1.2ADSGoogle Scholar

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