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19 October 2021
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Dispersion Relation Constrained Partial Wave Analysis of piN Elastic and piN oetaN Scattering Data: The Baryon Spectrum
R.A. Arndt ; W.J. Briscoe ; I.I. Strakovsky ; R.L. Workman ; M.M. Pavan ;
Date 24 Nov 2003
Journal Phys.Rev. C69 (2004) 035213
Subject nucl-th hep-ex hep-ph nucl-ex
AffiliationGW), M.M. Pavan (TRIUMF
AbstractWe present results from a comprehensive partial-wave analysis of pi+-p elastic scattering and charge-exchange data, covering the region from threshold to 2.1 GeV in the lab pion kinetic energy, employing a coupled-channel formalism to simultaneously fit pi-p oeta n data to 0.8 GeV. Our main result, solution FA02, utilizes a complete set of forward and fixed-t dispersion relation constraints, from threshold to 1 GeV, and from t = 0 to -0.4 (GeV/c)^2, applied to the piN elastic amplitude. A large number of systematic checks have been performed, including fits with no charge-exchange data and other database changes, fits with few or no dispersion relation constraints, and changes to the Coulomb correction scheme. We have also reexamined methods used to extract Breit-Wigner resonance parameters. The quality of fit to both data and dispersion relation constraints is superior to our earlier work. The results of these analyses are compared with previous solutions in terms of their resonance spectra and preferred values for couplings and low-energy parameters, including the piNN coupling constant.
Source arXiv, nucl-th/0311089
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