Survey of the phenomenological approach to the inverse problem in elementary particles scattering

  • Virgibio Felcsi
Part II: Five Lectures on Special Applications and One Theoretical Lecture on Solutions of Inverse Problems
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 85)


A review of different approaches to the phenomenological inverse problem in particle scattering is presented, with the aim of a possible application in meson nucleon scattering. Typical results and hints from the Optical Model are discussed to serve as a guide-line to the problem and as source of background expectations.E xamplesin nucleon-nucleon and absorptive pion nucleon cases are examined as in use in Nuclear Physics. Finally a naive pion nucleon potential extracted from data with amore general tool is forward as well some possible improvements.


Phase Shift Optical Model Local Potential Nucleon Nucleon Separable Potential 
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  • Virgibio Felcsi
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  1. 1.Sezione di Milano dell' Istituto Nazionale di Fisica NucleareIstituto di Fisica dell'UniversitáMilano

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