Advanced methods in the evaluation of nuclear scattering data : proceedings of the international workshop held at the Hahn-Meitner-Institut für Kernforschung Berlin, June 18-20, 1985 / edited by H.J. Krappe and R. Lipperheide.

Contributor(s): Krappe, H. J. (Hans Jürgen), 1933- | Lipperheide, R. (Reinhard), 1932- | Freie Universität Berlin. Fachbereich Physik | Hahn-Meitner-Institut für Kernforschung Berlin. Bereich Kern- und Strahlenphysik
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 236.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1985Description: 1 online resource (vi, 364 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540396918; 3540396918Subject(s): Scattering (Physics) -- Congresses | Numerical analysis -- Congresses | Diffusion (Physique nucléaire) -- Congrès | Analyse numérique -- Congrès | Numerical analysis | Scattering (Physics) | Fisica (Estudo E Ensino)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Advanced methods in the evaluation of nuclear scattering data.DDC classification: 539.7/54 LOC classification: QC794.6.S3 | A25 1985Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
To ill-posed aspects of nuclear scattering -- Ill-posed nature of inverse problems and their regularization (stability -- estimates) -- Statistical regularization -- The Bayesian approach to the analysis of scattering data -- Linear and nonlinear least squares computing -- The maximum entropy method -- Planning and evaluation of neutron diffraction experiments based on statistical considerations -- Jet analysis in electron-positron annihilation experiments -- Model independent densities from electron scattering -- Model-independent DWBA-analysis of inelastic electron scattering data -- Partial wave analyses of elastic meson-nucleon scattering -- Low energy proton-proton phase shift analysis -- Optimal polynomial expansions in the nucleon-nucleon phase shift analysis -- Phase-shift analysis in heavy-ion scattering -- Amplitude reconstruction in charged particles scattering -- Resonances and surface waves in nuclear and particle physics -- The regularization method in heavy-ion optical-potential analyses -- Determination of nuclear optical potentials by inversion -- Comparison of model-independent optical potential analyses -- Inversion as a means of understanding nuclear potentials -- Model-independent vs. model-dependent potentials for low energy? and $$\bar p$$ scattering by nuclei -- Impact of Fourier-Bessel analyses on studies of composite particle scattering -- Fourier-Bessel analysis of polarized deuteron scattering -- Modeling direct reactions -- Summary Talk on Advanced methods in the evaluation of nuclear scattering data.
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To ill-posed aspects of nuclear scattering -- Ill-posed nature of inverse problems and their regularization (stability -- estimates) -- Statistical regularization -- The Bayesian approach to the analysis of scattering data -- Linear and nonlinear least squares computing -- The maximum entropy method -- Planning and evaluation of neutron diffraction experiments based on statistical considerations -- Jet analysis in electron-positron annihilation experiments -- Model independent densities from electron scattering -- Model-independent DWBA-analysis of inelastic electron scattering data -- Partial wave analyses of elastic meson-nucleon scattering -- Low energy proton-proton phase shift analysis -- Optimal polynomial expansions in the nucleon-nucleon phase shift analysis -- Phase-shift analysis in heavy-ion scattering -- Amplitude reconstruction in charged particles scattering -- Resonances and surface waves in nuclear and particle physics -- The regularization method in heavy-ion optical-potential analyses -- Determination of nuclear optical potentials by inversion -- Comparison of model-independent optical potential analyses -- Inversion as a means of understanding nuclear potentials -- Model-independent vs. model-dependent potentials for low energy? and $$\bar p$$ scattering by nuclei -- Impact of Fourier-Bessel analyses on studies of composite particle scattering -- Fourier-Bessel analysis of polarized deuteron scattering -- Modeling direct reactions -- Summary Talk on Advanced methods in the evaluation of nuclear scattering data.

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