By Mohammad W. Ahmed, haiyan Gao, Barry R. Holstein, Henry R. Weller
"Chiral Dynamics 2006" is composed the latest advancements within the box of chiral symmetry and dynamics. Advances in concept and updates on experimental courses are provided in 20 papers within the plenary application and multiple hundred invited and contributed talks from the operating teams are integrated in one other part.
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The expansion of the self-energy begins with p3 , and hence in the low-energy region does not affect the counting of the ∆ contributions. However, in the resonance region the self-energy not 2 only ameliorates the divergence of the ODR propagator at s = M∆ but also determines power-counting index of the propagator. Defining the ∆resonance region formally as the region of p where |p − ∆| ≤ δ 3 Λ , (8) we deduce that an ODR propagator, in this region, counts as O(1/δ 3 ). Note that the nucleon propagator in this region counts as O(1/δ), hence is suppressed by two powers as compared to ODR propagators.