Relativistic three-body model for final state interaction in D+ → K-π+π+ decay

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Frederico, T.
Guimarães, K. S F F
De Paula, W.
Bediaga, I.
Dos Reis, A. C.
Magalhães, P. C.
Robillota, M.
Delfino, A.
Tomio, L. [UNESP]

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A challenge in mesonic three-body decays of heavy mesons is to quantify the contribution of re-scattering between the final mesons. D decays have the unique feature that make them a key to light meson spectroscopy, in particular to access the Kn S-wave phase-shifts. We built a relativis-tic three-body model for the final state interaction in D+ → K -π+π+ decay based on the ladder approximation of the Bethe-Salpeter equation projected on the light-front. The decay amplitude is separated in a smooth term, given by the direct partonic decay amplitude, and a three-body fully interacting contribution, that is factorized in the standard two-meson resonant amplitude times a reduced complex amplitude that carries the effect of the three-body rescattering mechanism. The off-shell reduced amplitude is a solution of an inhomogeneous Faddeev type three-dimensional integral equation, that includes only isospin 1/2 K -π+ interaction in the S-wave channel. The elastic K-π+ scattering amplitude is parameterized according to the LASS data[1]. The integral equation is solved numerically and preliminary results are presented and compared to the experimental data from the E791 Collaboration[2, 3] and FOCUS Collaboration[4, 5].



Bethe-Salpeter equation, Complex amplitude, Final state interactions, Ladder approximation, Meson spectroscopy, Rescattering mechanism, Resonant amplitude, Scattering amplitudes, Bosons, Hadrons, Integral equations, Scattering, Shear waves, High energy physics

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