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Bound states
, 2014
"... What we are aiming for... Ingredients from ThreeBody Technology 3N Forces in the NCSM/RGM and NCSMC How to access targets heavier than 4He Continuum effects on the 9Be energy levels First results: p10C & n16C scattering ..."
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What we are aiming for... Ingredients from ThreeBody Technology 3N Forces in the NCSM/RGM and NCSMC How to access targets heavier than 4He Continuum effects on the 9Be energy levels First results: p10C & n16C scattering
LeptonNeutron Bound States
, 1999
"... We consider leptonneutron (and leptonantineutron) bound states and resonances which appear due to spinspin,spinorbital interactions,neutron polarization by muon. Our analis is also true for any system which include one charge and one neutral particle with finite size e.g. π 0 µ ±bound states.We ..."
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We consider leptonneutron (and leptonantineutron) bound states and resonances which appear due to spinspin,spinorbital interactions,neutron polarization by muon. Our analis is also true for any system which include one charge and one neutral particle with finite size e.g. π 0 µ ±bound states
Quaternionic bound states
 Journal of Physics A
, 2005
"... Abstract We study the boundstate solutions of vanishing angular momentum in a quaternionic spherical squarewell potential of finite depth. As in standard quantum mechanics, such solutions occur for discrete values of energy. At first glance, it seems that the continuity conditions impose a very r ..."
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Abstract We study the boundstate solutions of vanishing angular momentum in a quaternionic spherical squarewell potential of finite depth. As in standard quantum mechanics, such solutions occur for discrete values of energy. At first glance, it seems that the continuity conditions impose a very
Bound states at lowest order in �
, 909
"... Abstract: Bound states poles in scattering amplitudes are generated by the divergence of the perturbative series due to enhanced Coulomb scattering near thresholds. This suggests to organize bound state calculations according to an expansion in �, i.e., in the number of loops. I study QED and QCD bo ..."
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Abstract: Bound states poles in scattering amplitudes are generated by the divergence of the perturbative series due to enhanced Coulomb scattering near thresholds. This suggests to organize bound state calculations according to an expansion in �, i.e., in the number of loops. I study QED and QCD
On the Equivalence of Bound State Solutions
, 2001
"... In this paper we show the equivalence of various (nonthreshold) bound state solutions of branes, or equivalently branes in background potentials, in ten and elevendimensional supergravity. We compare solutions obtained in two very different ways. One method uses a zero mode analysis to make an An ..."
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In this paper we show the equivalence of various (nonthreshold) bound state solutions of branes, or equivalently branes in background potentials, in ten and elevendimensional supergravity. We compare solutions obtained in two very different ways. One method uses a zero mode analysis to make
Renormalization Flow of Bound States
, 2001
"... A renormalization group flow equation with a scaledependent transformation of field variables gives a unified description of fundamental and composite degrees of freedom. In the context of the effective average action, we study the renormalization flow of scalar bound states which are formed out of ..."
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A renormalization group flow equation with a scaledependent transformation of field variables gives a unified description of fundamental and composite degrees of freedom. In the context of the effective average action, we study the renormalization flow of scalar bound states which are formed out
On the Bound States of Matrix Strings
"... We investigate excitations in Matrix Theory on T 2 corresponding to bound states of strings. We demonstrate the Dirichlet aspect of RR charged vacua through a nontrivial connection between the U(1) and SU(n) sectors of the matrix SYM. ..."
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We investigate excitations in Matrix Theory on T 2 corresponding to bound states of strings. We demonstrate the Dirichlet aspect of RR charged vacua through a nontrivial connection between the U(1) and SU(n) sectors of the matrix SYM.
VacuumBounded States and the Entropy of
, 1997
"... We call a state “vacuum bounded ” if every measurement performed outside a specified interior region gives the same result as in the vacuum. We compute the maximum entropy of a vacuumbounded state with a given energy for a onedimensional model, with the aid of numerical calculations on a lattice. ..."
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We call a state “vacuum bounded ” if every measurement performed outside a specified interior region gives the same result as in the vacuum. We compute the maximum entropy of a vacuumbounded state with a given energy for a onedimensional model, with the aid of numerical calculations on a lattice
Bound States and Instabilities of Vortices
, 1995
"... We examine the spectrum of small perturbations around global and local (gauge) abelian vortices, using simple numerical matrix techniques. The results are of interest both for cosmic strings and for their condensed matter analogues, superfluid and superconductor vortices. We tabulate the instabiliti ..."
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the instabilities of higher winding number vortices, and find several bound states. These localised coherent oscillations of the order parameter can be thought of as particle states trapped in the core of the string.
SEMIRELATIVISTIC TREATMENT OF BOUND STATES
, 1998
"... This talk reviews several aspects of the “semirelativistic ” description of bound states by the spinless Salpeter equation (which represents the simplest equation of motion incorporating relativistic effects) and, in particular, presents or recalls some very simple and elementary methods which allow ..."
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This talk reviews several aspects of the “semirelativistic ” description of bound states by the spinless Salpeter equation (which represents the simplest equation of motion incorporating relativistic effects) and, in particular, presents or recalls some very simple and elementary methods which
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