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Physical Review C
It is demonstrated that the complex scaling method can be used in practical calculations to localize three-body resonances. Our model example emphasizes the fact that in three-body systems several essentially different asymptotic behaviors can appear. We show that the possibility of these different asymptotic configurations can lead to an apparent, resonance like structure in the three-body continuum.doi:10.1103/physrevc.49.2244 pmid:9969459 fatcat:i2wtcj3twffm7e456sxqbecvza