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[en] We study the stability of resonance poles in πN P11 partial wave, particularly the Roper resonance, by varying parameters significantly within the EBAC dynamical coupled-channels model, keeping a good fit to the empirical amplitude. We find that two Roper poles are stable against the variation. However, for higher energies, the number of poles can change depending on how the parameters are fitted within error bars. We also developed a model with a bare nucleon which forms the physical nucleon by being dressed by the meson-cloud. We still find a good stability of the Roper poles.
[en] We address a question about how much resonance poles and residues extracted from data depend on a model used for the extraction, and on the precision of data. We focus on the P11 π-N scattering and use the dynamical coupled-channel (DCC) model developed in Excited Baryon Analysis Center (EBAC) at JLab. We examine the model-dependence of the poles by varying parameters largely within the EBAC-DCC model. We find that two poles associated with the Roper resonance are fairly stable against the variation. We also study the stability of the Roper poles against different analytic structure of the P11 amplitude below π-N threshold by using a bare nucleon model. We again find a good stability of the Roper poles.
[en] An important question about resonance extraction is how much resonance poles and residues extracted from data depend on a model used for the extraction, and on the precision of data. We address this question with the dynamical coupled-channel (DCC) model developed in Excited Baryon Analysis Center (EBAC) at JLab. We focus on the P11 pi-N scattering. We examine the model-dependence of the poles by varying parameters to a large extent within the EBAC-DCC model. We find that two poles associated with the Roper resonance are fairly stable against the variation. We also develop a model with a bare nucleon, thereby examining the stability of the Roper poles against different analytic structure of the P11 amplitude below pi-N threshold. We again find a good stability of the Roper poles.
[en] We present an alternative interpretation for the dynamical origin of the P11 nucleon resonances, which results from the dynamical coupled-channels analysis at Excited Baryon Analysis Center of Jefferson Lab. The results indicate the crucial role of the multichannel reaction dynamics in determining the N* spectrum. An understanding of the spectrum and structure of the excited nucleon (N*) states is a fundamental challenge in the hadron physics. The N* states, however, couple strongly to the meson-baryon continuum states and appear only as resonance states in the γN and πN reactions. One can expect from such strong couplings that the (multichannel) reaction dynamics will affect significantly the N* states and cannot be neglected in extracting the N* parameters from the data and giving physical interpretations. It is thus well recognized nowadays that a comprehensive study of all relevant meson production reactions with πN,ηN,ππN,KY, (horellipsis) final states is necessary for a reliable extraction of the N* parameters. To address this challenging issue, the Excited Baryon Analysis Center (EBAC) of Jefferson Lab has been conducting the comprehensive analysis of the world data of γN,πN → πN,ηN,ππN,KY, (horellipsis) reactions systematically, covering the wide energy and kinematic regions. The analysis is pursued with a dynamical coupled-channels (DCC) model, the EBAC-DCC model, within which the unitarity among relevant meson-baryon channels, including the three-body ππN channel, is fully taken into account.
[en] We present the dynamical origin of the P11 nucleon resonances resulting from a dynamical coupled-channels (DCC) analysis of meson production reactions off a nucleon target, which is conducted in Excited Baryon Analysis Center (EBAC) at Jefferson Lab. Two resonance poles are found in the energy region where the Roper resonance P11(1440) is supposed to be observed. Furthermore, the two resonance poles and the next higher resonance pole corresponding to P11(1710) are found to originate from a single bare state.
[en] In this current article the effect of the nuclear medium on nuclear properties like swelling, incompressibility, roper resonance of nucleon have been investigated. The contribution of the strange sea quark have been incorporated in the structure of proton considering proton as a five quark system with uudss-bar whereas neutron have been considered as a three quark system as in the conventional quark model. The diquark picture of three quark and five quark system allow us to consider proton as (ud)0(us)0s-bar and neutron as (ud)0d-bar. The quasi particle model of diquark have been employed to estimate the diquark effective mass. The results that are obtained are in good agreement with the available data
[en] We show that it is in principle possible to determine the quark-quark potential, in the nonrelativistic potential model, from the baryon spectrum. The method we propose is based on the fact that the lowest order of the hyperspherical-harmonic expansion method, the hypercentral approximation, is an excellent approximation for confining quark-quark potentials. However, our method applies to all cases where this assumption is valid. Using standard inverse spectrum techniques adapted to our problem we invert the baryon spectrum to obtain the hypercentral potential in the hyperradius of the three-quark system. By means of a new exact relation based on the Abel integral equation, we can invert the hypercentral potential to determine the quark-quark potential. A first application of this new method to the inversion of the s-state baryon spectrum demonstrates in a model-independent way the inability of nonrelativistic two-quark potentials to reproduce the Roper resonance without violating the QCD-motivated concavity requirement. (authors)
[en] In this talk I summarize recent findings around the description of axial vector mesons as dynamically generated states from the interaction of pseudoscalar mesons and vector mesons, dedicating some attention to the two K1(1270) states. Then I review the generation of open and hidden charm scalar and axial states, and how some recent experiment supports the existence of the new hidden charm scalar state predicted. I present recent results showing that the low lying 1/2+ baryon resonances for S = -1 can be obtained as bound states or resonances of two mesons and one baryon in coupled channels. Then show the differences with the S = 0 case, where the N*(1710) appears also dynamically generated from the two pion one nucleon system, but the N*(1440) does not appear, indicating a more complex structure of the Roper resonance. Finally I shall show how the state X(2175), recently discovered at BABAR and BES, appears naturally as a resonance of the ϕKK¯ system. (author)