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### Rescattering effect in understanding D decay processes

东南大学

Zhi-Yong Zhou

Southeast university

2013.7.20

Zhangjiajie

- How to precisely model the final state strong interaction is important to understand the weak interactions in shorter distance.
- The biggest uncertainties in determining the CKM angle, =(657)o, from the difference of and decays is due to our inability to model the final state interactions.

Rescattering important to understand the weak interactions in shorter distance.

In calculation of Dyson-Schwinger equation, the propagator of the ρ-meson expressed in terms of quark line graphs. At lowest order it is assumed to be a meson, which decays at higher order by coupling to pion pairs.

The analytic structure of the ρ-propagator in the complex s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by pion loops, give the full propagator with a pole on the nearby unphysical sheet.

Start by considering a simple model at the s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by hadron level, in which the inverse meson propagator could be represented as

Πn(s) is the self-energy function for the n-th decay channel. Here, the sum is over all the opened channels or including nearby virtual channels. Πn(s) is an analytic function with only a right-hand cut starting from the n-th threshold, and so one can write its real part and imaginary part through a dispersion relation

A Simple SchemeBased on s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by Cutkosky rule, the imaginary part of the self-energy function could be represented pictorially as

1, Most of states below 2.0 s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by GeV could be described in a consistent and unified picture.

Progress in understanding light scalarsZ.Zhou and Z.Xiao, Phys.Rev.D83,014010,2011

- The masses of charmed and charmed-strange mesons s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by and their decays could be described simultaneously.
- The low mass puzzle of is solved naturally in this scheme.
- In a prilliminary work, we obtained good results about charmonium spectra and their decays, which is consistent to the observed values in experiment.

Z.Zhou and Z.Xiao, Phys.Rev.D84,034023,2011

Z.Zhou s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by and Z.Xiao, Phys.Rev.D84,034023,2011

Rescattering s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by effects in Decay process

isobar picture

Unitarity for P s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by (c)

Or see Aitchson 1977, Caprini 2006, Pennington 2006

K s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

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UNITARITY : decays in spectator picture

If c is not a spectator?

Brian Meadows s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

1200 s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

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E791 s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by vselastic scattering (LASS)

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Rescattering : Unitarity s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

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Rescattering : Unitarity s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

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Discontinuity relation of decay amplitude: s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

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Pictorially represented as s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

Elastic region

Inelastic region

Unitarity requires four points on Argond diagram, t*, a + h, (0, 1) and (0, Im[a]), stay on a circle.

Reproduced K\pi scattering phase by E791 result s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

Q:Whether there is the phase ambiguity of ? s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

A: Perhaps yes.

How to obtain a better s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by Dalitzanalysis for the processes with strong final state interaction?

Building the following relations into analyses may help.

Thanks for your patience! s-plane. At lowest order, the propagator is real with a pole on the real axis corresponding to a bare meson. The corrections at higher orders, dominated by

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