A Statistical Model of Mesons
Les rencontres physiciens-mathématiciens de Strasbourg -RCP25, Tome 33 (1983), Exposé no. 1, 48 p.
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Nagasawa, M.; Yasue, K. A Statistical Model of Mesons. Les rencontres physiciens-mathématiciens de Strasbourg -RCP25, Tome 33 (1983), Exposé no. 1, 48 p. http://www.numdam.org/item/RCP25_1983__33__1_0/

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9. We do not adopt the notion of "mixture of quark states" in this paper. It seems, however, plausible that the decay mode of S*(975)ππ(78±3%), KK(22±3%) indicates the necessity of introducing this notion. If we do so, ((s+d)/2,φ 8,0 ,(s ¯+d ¯)/2)(980) is a candidate for S*(975).

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11. We are assuming that (b,φ 74 ,b ¯) is the smallest (b,b ¯)-meson, since γ(1)(9458) is the smallest one ever observed by now, although a smaller (b,b ¯)-meson with spin zero is expected by our composite model.

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The interpretation of a diffusion process as a typical partiale of a system of interacting particles is different from theirs and was given in Nagasawa (1980).

18. See Theorem 6.1 of Nagasawa (1980) (in the proof, (6.11) should be read as ψβ 2 =0(1), and also Nelson, E., Critical diffusions. Journées de Probabilités, 1983, Bern.

19. The following arguments are based on discussions with H. Föllmer.

20. For example take φ=cx 2 e -x 2 , then 1 21 φφ ' =-x+1 x. Hence, b 1 (x)=-x and b 2 (x)=1 x. The solution of (46) for this b 1 (x) is h(x)=-x. The solution h 2 (x) of (47) for the b 2 (x) has a singularity of x -4 .

21. This is the so called "piecing together (or revival) technique" of the theory of Markov processes. Cf. Theorem 1 and 2 of Nagasawa, M., Basic models of Branching Processes, Proc. of 41st Session of ISI, New Delhi, 1977, XLVII (2), 423-445.