Consistent Effective Description of Nucleonic Resonances in an Unitary Relativistic Field–theoretic Way 1

@inproceedings{Kleefeld1998ConsistentED,
  title={Consistent Effective Description of Nucleonic Resonances in an Unitary Relativistic Field–theoretic Way 1},
  author={F. Kleefeld},
  year={1998}
}
  • F. Kleefeld
  • Published 1998
High energy strong interaction physics is successfully described by the local renormalizable gauge theory called Quantum–Chromo–Dynamics (QCD) with quarks and gluons as “elementary” degrees of freedom, while intermediate energy strong interaction physics shows up to be determined by a non–local, non–renormalizable effective field theory (EFT) of “effective” degrees of freedom like mesons, ground state baryons and resonances. The connection between high and intermediate physics is established by… CONTINUE READING