## Lectures on Regge poles and their phenomenological application in high-energy physics |

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### Contents

PREFACE | 5 |

PART TWO APPLICATIONS OF REGGE POLES IN THE ANALYSIS OF HIGH | 27 |

Spin Polarization and Decaydensity Matrices | 47 |

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absorptive correction analytic analytic functions angular momentum asymptotic behavior baryon BeV/c Born approximation bound bound-state c.m. energy charge exchange complex X plane consider covariant cross sections crossed channel crossing relations decay-density define diagram dominate Eikonal function elastic scattering elastic-scattering energy dependence fBorn FODA follows formalism formula Green's function helicity amplitudes high-energy physics hypergeometric function i(kr ignoring spin imaginary inelastic integral equation intrinsic parity Invariant Amplitudes involved ir+p ir~p irp scattering isospin J. D. Jackson linear mass matrix meson momenta multichannel nonrelativistic nucleon obtain odd signature optical potential optical-model parameter partial-wave particles phase shifts phenomenological Phys physical region pion polarization pole contributes Pomeranchon quantum numbers Rarita Regge poles Regge representation Regge trajectories relativistic represented residues resonances rrrr scattering amplitude Schrodinger equation signature factor signature poles simple Yukawa potential small angles solution theory threshold two-body wave functions yield zero