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Soluble quantum box concept types are a unprecedented commodity. an enormous variety of levels of freedom and noncompact invariance teams have a foul behavior of ex­ ploding within the model-makers' face. however, impor­ tant growth has lately been made within the type of superrenormalizable relativistic theories, reminiscent of a self-interacting boson in a two-dimensional area time [ 1]. those effects were got beginning with the unfastened box and including the interplay in a delicately managed means. but, the types effectively studied during this approach do DQ~ have an enormous box energy renormalization, which, at the very least in accordance with perturbation conception, may still seem for lifelike relativistic types in 4-dimensional area time. ~2~!Y~~!9n_~g_~h~_~gg~1 The ultralocal scalar box theories mentioned in those lecture notes are likewise influenced via relativistic theories yet are in response to a special approximatiGn. This approximation officially quantities to shedding the spatial gradient time period from the Hamiltonian instead of the non­ linear interplay. For a self-interacting boson box in a space-time of (s+l) dimensions (s~l), the classical ultralocal version Hamiltonian reads (1-1) The quantum conception of this version is the topic of the current paper. This version differs officially from a rela­ tivistic idea through the time period f![Z~Cl(~)]2 d~ which, it's was hoping, can, in a single or differently, be further as a pertur­ 229 bation within the quantum conception. although, that also continues to be an issue for the long run, and we confine our feedback to . . a cautious research of the "unperturbed" version (1-1).

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He said that in this respect physicists reminded him very much of the bears because only at rare instances are they in a position to get a sufficiently elevated view of the situation to see where the important things are. Let me close by a few remarks concerning the future. It s~ems clear to me that with all the technological possibilities we have at our disposal, great discoveries are due to come. Not only do we believe that the large accelerators under construction will bring us closer to a solution of the riddle of elementary particles, but also in other sciences I think are we on the verge of substantial progress once we learn to use the possibilities which are opening up.

Since A does not 29 have a pole at t=~2 we must be careful how we interpret poles at t=~2 in the helicity amplitudes. We shall see that there is no problem of misinterpretation provided we realise that the dynamical consequence of n exchange is £2~p1~~~1Y_£QD~~1~~g in the statements t-+~2 ~ A- (13) s-m 2 Let us now consider the helicity amplitudes for the t-channel process. Remembering that our "nucleons" have zero spin we see that there are two possible amplitudes f1;) corresponding to the two possible photon helicities, and these amplitudes differ from each other by only a phase, as a result of parity conservation.

S. Ball and M. Jacob, Nuovo Cimento 54A, 620 (1968). 7. M. Ge11-Mann, M. L. Goldberger, F. E. Low, E. Marx and F. Zachariasen, Phys. Rev. 133B, 145 (1964). 8. It is of interest to note that eqs. (55) when added together, are exactly equivalent to the superconver­ ence relation, of M. B. Halpern, Phys. Rev. 160, 1441 (1967) . 9. See Ref. l(e). Further work along these lines is being carried out in collaboration with J. Hanzal and P. G. Williams. Acta Physic a Austriaca, Supp!. VIII, 50-90 (1971) © by Springer-Verlag 1971 THEORY AND PRACTICE OF COMPLEX REGGE POLES BY F.

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