Peripheral thresholds and Regge asymptotic expansions

G.F. Chew, J. Koplik
1974 Nuclear Physics B  
Multiperipheral models are used to ahov ho* the Regge expansion, while lacking threshold branch points, say nevertheless approximate the localized physical effects of "peripheral" thresholds. Examples are given to demonstrate that a single pair of complex poles is capable of representing even the lowest inelastic thresholds In both total and single-particle inclusive cross sections. The Regge mechanism that aliens the position of a threshold to depend sensibly on the masses of incoming and
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