Heavy meson observables via Dyson-Schwinger equations

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The authors summarize a Dyson-Schwinger-equation-based calculation of an extensive range of light- and heavy-meson observable, characterized by heavy-meson leptonic decays, semileptonic heavy-to-heavy and heavy-to-light transitions--B {yields} D*, D, {rho}, {pi}; D {yields} K*, K, {pi}, radiative and strong decays--B*{sub (s)} {yields} B{sub (s)}{gamma}; D*{sub (s)}{gamma} and the rare B {yields} K*{sub {gamma}} flavor-changing neutral-current process. In the calculation the heavy-quark mass functions are approximated by constants, interpreted as their constituent-mass: {cflx M}{sub c} = 1.32GeV and {cflx M}{sub b} = 4.65 GeV.

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Ivanov, M. A. June 28, 2000.

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The authors summarize a Dyson-Schwinger-equation-based calculation of an extensive range of light- and heavy-meson observable, characterized by heavy-meson leptonic decays, semileptonic heavy-to-heavy and heavy-to-light transitions--B {yields} D*, D, {rho}, {pi}; D {yields} K*, K, {pi}, radiative and strong decays--B*{sub (s)} {yields} B{sub (s)}{gamma}; D*{sub (s)}{gamma} and the rare B {yields} K*{sub {gamma}} flavor-changing neutral-current process. In the calculation the heavy-quark mass functions are approximated by constants, interpreted as their constituent-mass: {cflx M}{sub c} = 1.32GeV and {cflx M}{sub b} = 4.65 GeV.

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  • 5th Conference on Heavy-Quark Physics, Dubna (RU), 04/06/2000--04/08/2000

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  • Report No.: ANL/PHY/CP-102209
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Ivanov, M. A. Heavy meson observables via Dyson-Schwinger equations, article, June 28, 2000; Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc704181/: accessed May 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.