S-Matrix Singularity Structure
Part of the Acta Physica Austriaca book series (FEWBODY, volume 4/1967)
In these lectures I want to survey some of the basic ideas and results in the effort to determine the singularity structure of the S-matrix.
KeywordsPhysical Region Landau Equation Loop Momentum Unnatural Continuation Feynman Integral
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- An account of the properties of Feynman integrals and the foundations of S-matrix theory can be found in “The Analytic S-Matrix” by R. J. Eden, P. V. Lands-hoff, D. I. Olive and J. C. Polkinghorne (Cambridge University Press 1966), which gives full references to the original literature. Further developments on the singularity structure of the S-matrix are to be found in the following papers:Google Scholar
- 2.P. J. V. Landshoff and D. Math. Phys. 7, 1593 I. Olive, J. C. Polkinghorne, (1966).Google Scholar
- 3.P. J. V. Landshoff, D. I. Math. Phys. 7, 1600 Olive, J. C. Polkinghorne, (1966).Google Scholar
- 4.M. J. W. Bloxham, Nuovo Cim. 44A, 794 (1966).Google Scholar
- 5.P. V. Landshoff, J. Math. Phys., to be published.Google Scholar
- 6.J. K. Storrow, Nuovo Cim. to be published.Google Scholar
- 7.M. J. W. Bloxham, D. Olive, J. C. Polkinghorne, in preparation. This last is a sequence of four papers determining the complete S-matrix physical region singularity structure.Google Scholar
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