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PANDA PWA

Introduction

3pi Dalitz plot

In the 90s of the last century high statistics experiments with fully equipped 4π detectors have lead to a better insight in the spectrum of hadrons.

In particular the finding of crypto-exotic and JPC exotic states tremendously improved the experimental situation in meson spectroscopy. All this was possible only with sophisticated analysis methods like the decomposition of measured phase-space distribution into partial waves and to express the partial waves in terms of complicated dynamical functions.

This Wiki page represents the documentation of the PANDA Partial Wave Analysis software project aiming to provide a flexible and experiment independent framework for performing all kinds of amplitude analysis.


Contact

The contact person for the Panda PWA software project is Bertram Kopf, Ruhr-Universität Bochum.

Physics Resources

The PAWIAN PWA Software

Meetings

Software Documentation (deprecated)






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Topic revision: r9 - 08 Jul 2014, JulianPychy
 
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