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Relativistic ''potential model'' for N-particle systems

@inproceedings{Noyes1986RelativisticM,
  title={Relativistic ''potential model'' for N-particle systems},
  author={H. Noyes},
  year={1986}
}
Neither quantum field theory nor S-Matrix theory have a well defined procedure for going over to an approximation that can be reliably used in non-relativistic models for nuclear physics. We meet the problem here by constructing a finite particle number relativistic scattering theory for (scalar) particles and mesons using integral equations of the Faddeev-Yakubovsky type. Restricted to N particles and one meson, we can go from the relativistic theory to a ''potential theory'' in the integral… Expand

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