Status of the Virginia Tech Partial-Wave Analyses
We review the status of partial-wave analyses performed by the Virginia Tech group. The pion-induced reactions, specifically πN → πN and πd → pp, are described in more detail. We discuss the effect of dispersion relation constraints in our πN analyses. The appearance of loops in the πd → pp Argand diagram is also indicated.
KeywordsDispersion Relation Virginia Tech Phase Convention Charge Channel Argand Diagram
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