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Bander, M

A model for the amplitude obeying the current algebra sum rule is constructed. It satisfies many physical conditions required of this amplitude as analyticity, Regge asymptotics, decreasing form factors, etc. This amplitude likewise satisfies certain asymptotic sum rules and suggests the possible structure of the difference in elastic electron scat...

Bander, M Coulter, PW Shaw, GL

The results obtained by Coulter and Shaw in describing dynamical effects in two overlapping resonances are generalized by showing that they are contained in the Wigner-Weisskopf treatment of decaying states. © 1970 The American Physical Society.

Bander, M Gotsman, E

A model for residues of odd- and even-signature trajectories is presented which successfully accounts for the presence of dips in the differential cross sections of two-body reactions near the forward directions. © 1970 The American Physical Society.

Silverman, Dennis Tan, Chung-I

The nonforward multiperipheral integral equation for the Reggeon-particle absorptive amplitude is generalized to include complete dependence on the Toller-angle variable. © 1970 The American Physical Society.

Silverman, Dennis Tan, Chung-I

The integral equation approach to the multi-Regge peripheral model is applied to give the missing-mass spectrum with Regge behavior in s and M2. A simple factorizable model for the double Regge coupling then gives the magnitude and t dependence of the cross section. This model is found to be in reasonable agreement with the backward -+pp+X- data. ©...

Bander, M Gotsman, E

Arguments are presented indicating that the pΔA2 vertex is primarily spin flip. Using this information, predictions of various cut models for dips at t=-0.6 GeV2 are compared with experiment. © 1970 The American Physical Society.

Silverman, Dennis Tan, Chung-I

Bander, M Stone, TM

Using a phase-shift solution for K+p scattering, it is found that ImA′(ν,t) is well described by a Pomeranchuk exchange in agreement with the Harari-Freund duality conjecture. © 1971 The American Physical Society.

Silverman, D Tan, CI

We demonstrate the scaling of the single-particle momentum distribution as a general property of all the multiperipheral models which have been proposed. We also show that in these models, pionization is approached as a smooth limit from scaling. The proof is based only on the most general multiperipheral assumption and on Pomeranchuk-pole dominanc...

Bander, M

With certain assumptions on the coupling of two currents to particles of increasing spin, it is shown that the Van Hove model results in Bjorken scaling and Regge asymptotic behavior. The fields corresponding to these particles are related to the products appearing in the operator-product expansion near the light cone. © 1971 The American Physical ...