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- Shoji Sawada
- Medicine, conflict, and survival
- 2007

The criteria certifying atomic bomb disease adopted by the Japanese government are very different from the actual state of the survivors. The criteria are based on epidemiological research by the Radiation Effects Research Foundation, the successor to the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC). The ABCC studied only the effects of primary radiation from the… (More)

- Akira Takamura, Shoji Sawada, Shinsaku Kitakado
- 1994

We calculate the F/D ratios of spin 1/2 baryon vertex for both the non-relativistic quark model and the chiral soliton model with arbitrary number of color degrees of freedom N c and examine the results in terms of the consistency condition approach for the baryon vertices recently developed by Dashen, Jenkins and Manohar from the viewpoint of QCD. We show… (More)

We calculate the F/D ratios of spin-nonflip baryon vertex for an arbitrary number of color degrees of freedom N c both in the non-relativistic quark model with the SU(6) spin-flavor symmetry and in the chiral soliton model with SU(3) flavor symmetry. We find that the spin-nonflip F/D ratio tends to −1 in the limit of N c → ∞. We show that this leading value… (More)

- Shoji SAWADA
- 2004

Based on the Sakata model, we propose a model for the single pion production process in n-N collision which is essentially an extension of the Lindenbaum-Sternheimer model. It is pointed out that the analyses of sub-Bev single pion production phenomena will give us useful information about the level scheme of the Sakata Model. As a first step of the… (More)

A quantization of a breathing motion of a rotating chiral soliton on S 3 is performed in terms of a family of trial functions for a profile function of the hegdehog ansatz. We determine eigenenergies of the quantized S 3 skyrmion by solving the Schrödinger equation of the breathing mode for several lower spin and isospin states varying the Skyrme term… (More)

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