Bootstrap of Indefinitely Rising Regge Trajectories
The aim of these lectures is to discuss some of the more formal aspects of the concept of duality in strong interaction physics. As far as a detailed exposé of the underlying physical ideas and applications are concerned, we will vastly rely on the lectures by D. Horn and M. Jacob presented at this school and will not repeat them here.
KeywordsBroad Resonance Regge Trajectory Direct Channel Residuum Function Resonance Pole
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