26-31 July 2021
Mexico City
Mexico/General timezone
HADRON 2021 is over. Thanks for making it a success!
Home > Timetable > Session details
PDF | iCal

Analysis tools-4


Location: Mexico City
Date: 28 Jul 09:00 - 10:45


    • Mr. Reis, Alberto Correa (Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas)

Timetable | Contribution List

Displaying 4 contributions out of 4
Type: Leading parallel Session: Analysis tools-4
Track: Analysis Tools
The talk will present ideas for the determination of complete experiments using graphs, based on a recently published, modified form of Moravcsik's theorem. The presented results are relevant for reactions with larger numbers of $N$ spin-amplitudes, which are of interest for forthcoming measurements, such as single-meson electroproduction $(N=6)$, two-meson photoproduction $(N=8)$ or vector-meson ... More
Presented by Dr. Yannick WUNDERLICH on 28/7/2021 at 14:00
Type: Parallel Session: Analysis tools-4
Track: Analysis Tools
A modified version of Moravcsik’s theorem, based on graph theory, is applied to unambiguously determine the eight complex spin amplitudes for the photoproduction reaction of two pseudoscalar mesons. The intermediate result are slightly overcomplete sets of polarisation observables. In a subsequent step, these are reduced to minimal complete sets, consisting of 16 observables. As a final result, ... More
Presented by Mr. Philipp KROENERT on 28/7/2021 at 9:25
Type: Parallel Session: Analysis tools-4
Track: Analysis Tools
In a recent study, we have studied the strong decays of \phi(2170) to final states involving the kaonic resonances K(1460), K_1(1270), and K_1(1400), motivated by the publication of data by BESIII. We consider a phi-f_0(980) molecular nature for \phi(2170) and find results in agreement with the data. In this talk, besides giving the details on our study of \phi(2170), I will show that the intera ... More
Presented by Prof. Alberto MARTINEZ TORRES on 28/7/2021 at 10:05
Type: Parallel Session: Analysis tools-4
Track: Analysis Tools
Baryon amplitude analyses are an essential tool in particle physics; not only for spectroscopic studies but also for heavy baryon polarisation measurements. This talk will present the methods and the tools required for performing full phase space amplitude analyses with extraction of baryon polarisation, taking the $\Lambda^+_c \to p K^- \pi^+$ decay as an example; particular emphasis will be give ... More
Presented by Dr. Daniele MARANGOTTO on 28/7/2021 at 9:45
Building timetable...