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- Bengt Friman
- 1996

A simple relation between the effective parameters of chiral Lagrangians in medium as predicted by BR scaling and Landau Fermi liquid parameters is derived. This provides a link between an effective theory of QCD at mean-field level and many-body theory of nuclear matter. It connects in particular the scaling vector-meson mass probed by dileptons produced… (More)

- Bengt Friman, Su Houng Lee, Taesoo Song
- 2002

We study the changes in the partial decay widths of excited charmonium states into D ¯ D, when the D meson mass decreases in nuclear matter, taking the internal structure of the hadrons into account. Calculations within the 3P0 model for ψ(3686) and ψ(3770) imply that naive estimates of the in-medium widths based only on phase space are grossly exaggerated.… (More)

- B. Friman, C. Höhne, J. Knoll, S. Leupold, J. Randrup, R. Rapp +1 other
- 2011

Renormalization group methods can be applied to the nuclear many-body problem using the approach proposed by Shankar. We start with the two-body low momentum interaction V low k and use the RG flow from the particle-hole channels to calculate the full scattering amplitude in the vicinity of the Fermi surface. This is a new straightforward approach to the… (More)

- Bengt Friman
- 1998

The properties of vector mesons in nuclear matter are discussed. Results for the momentum dependence of the ρ-meson self energy in matter due to ρN interactions are presented, and consequences for the production rate of e + e − pairs in hot and dense matter are discussed. I also examine the constraints imposed by elementary processes on the widths of ρ and… (More)

- B. Friman
- ICSE
- 1984

Many interactive computer applications can with advantage be built after the menu principle.
MGEN is a program that automatically builds a skeleton of a menu driven program.
It is a well known problem that users of programs normally cannot state what they really want until they see the finished program running. With MGEN, the resulting program can be… (More)

- B. Friman
- 2001

We construct a relativistic and unitary approach to 'high' energy pion-and photon-nucleon reactions taking the πN, π∆, ρN , ωN , ηN, KΛ, KΣ final states into account. Our scheme dynamically generates the sand d-wave nucleon resonances terms of quasi-local interaction vertices. The description of photon-induced processes is based on a generalized… (More)

- C. Sasaki, B. Friman, K. Redlich
- 2007

Enhanced fluctuations are characteristic for phase transitions. Thus, the exploration of fluctuations is a promising tool for probing the phase structure of a system. The phase boundaries can be identified by the response of the fluctuations to changes in the thermodynamic parameters. In this work [1] the fluctuations in various channels near the phase… (More)

- Bengt Friman
- 2008

We present a perturbative calculation of the neutron matter equation of state based on low-momentum two-and three-nucleon interactions. Our results are compared to the model-independent virial equation of state and to variational calculations, and we provide theoretical error estimates by varying the cutoff used to regulate nuclear interactions. In addition… (More)

- K. Hebeler, A. Schwenk, B. Friman
- 2007

Nucleon-nucleon (NN) interactions are well constrained for relative momenta k 2 fm −1 by existing scattering data [1]. The model dependences for larger momenta can be seen, for instance, in the 3 P 2 superfluid pairing gaps for Fermi momenta k F > 2 fm −1 [2]. In Ref. [3], we study in detail the dependence of the 1 S 0 superfluid gap on nuclear interactions… (More)