Estimating the two-particle $K$-matrix for multiple partial waves and decay channels from finite-volume energies

Colin Morningstar, John Bulava, Bijit Singha, Ruairí Brett, Jacob Fallica, Andrew Hanlon, Ben Hörz

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An implementation of estimating the two-to-two $K$-matrix from finite-volume energies based on the L\"uscher formalism and involving a Hermitian matrix known as the "box matrix" is described. The method includes higher partial waves and multiple decay channels. Two fitting procedures for estimating the $K$-matrix parameters, which properly incorporate all statistical covariances, are discussed. Formulas and software for handling total spins up to $S=2$ and orbital angular momenta up to $L=6$ are obtained for total momenta in several directions. First tests involving $\rho$-meson decay to two pions include the $L=3$ and $L=5$ partial waves, and the contributions from these higher waves are found to be negligible in the elastic energy range.
OriginalsprogUdefineret/Ukendt
TidsskriftNuclear Physics B
Vol/bind924
Sider (fra-til)477-507
ISSN0550-3213
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2017

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32 pages, 1 figure

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  • hep-lat

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