@article{llanes-estrada_cotanch_szczepaniak_swanson_2004, title={Hyperfine meson splittings: chiral symmetry versus transverse gluon exchange}, volume={70}, ISSN={["1089-490X"]}, DOI={10.1103/physrevc.70.035202}, abstractNote={Meson spin splittings are examined within an effective Coulomb gauge QCD Hamiltonian incorporating chiral symmetry and a transverse hyperfine interaction necessary for heavy quarks. For light and heavy quarkonium systems the pseudoscalar-vector meson spectrum is generated by approximate Bardeen-Cooper- Schrieffer, random-phase approximation diagonalizations. This relativistic formulation includes both S and D waves for the vector mesons which generates a set of coupled integral equations. A smooth transition from the heavy to the light quark regime is found with chiral symmetry dominating the p-r mass difference. A reasonable description of the observed meson spin splittings and chiral quantities, such as the quark condensate and the p mass, is obtained. Similar comparisons with Tamm-Dancoff diagonalizations, which violate chiral symmetry, are deficient for light pseudoscalar mesons, indicating the need to simultaneously include both chiral symmetry and a hyperfine interaction. The hb mass is predicted to be around 9400 MeV, consistent with other theoretical expectations and above the unconfirmed 9300 MeV candidate. Finally, for comparison with lattice results, the J reliability parameter is also evaluated.}, number={3}, journal={PHYSICAL REVIEW C}, author={Llanes-Estrada, FJ and Cotanch, SR and Szczepaniak, AP and Swanson, ES}, year={2004}, month={Sep} }
@article{swanson_2000, title={Heavy hybrids with constituent gluons}, volume={86}, number={2000 June}, journal={Nuclear Physics. B}, author={Swanson, E. S.}, year={2000}, pages={393–396} }
@article{barnes_black_dean_swanson_1999, title={BB intermeson potentials in the quark model - art. no. 045202}, volume={6004}, number={4}, journal={Physical Review. C, Nuclear Physics}, author={Barnes, T. and Black, N. and Dean, D. J. and Swanson, E. S.}, year={1999}, pages={5202-} }
@article{swanson_szczepaniak_1999, title={Heavy hybrids with constituent gluons - art. no. 014035.}, volume={5901}, number={1}, journal={Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields}, author={Swanson, E. S. and Szczepaniak, A. P.}, year={1999}, pages={4035-} }
@article{page_swanson_szczepaniak_1999, title={Hybrid meson decay phenomenology - art. no. 034016}, volume={5903}, number={3}, journal={Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields}, author={Page, P. R. and Swanson, E. S. and Szczepaniak, A. P.}, year={1999}, pages={4016} }
@article{robertson_swanson_szczepaniak_ji_cotanch_1999, title={Renormalized effective QCD Hamiltonian: Gluonic sector}, volume={59}, ISSN={["2470-0029"]}, DOI={10.1103/physrevd.59.074019}, abstractNote={Extending previous QCD Hamiltonian studies, we present a new renormalization procedure which generates an effective Hamiltonian for the gluon sector. The formulation is in the Coulomb gauge where the QCD Hamiltonian is renormalizable and the Gribov problem can be resolved. We utilize elements of the Glazek and Wilson regularization method but now introduce a continuous cut-off procedure which eliminates non-local counterterms. The effective Hamiltonian is then derived to second order in the strong coupling constant. The resulting renormalized Hamiltonian provides a realistic starting point for approximate many-body calculations of hadronic properties for systems with explicit gluon degrees of freedom. {copyright} {ital 1999} {ital The American Physical Society}}, number={7}, journal={PHYSICAL REVIEW D}, author={Robertson, DG and Swanson, ES and Szczepaniak, AP and Ji, CR and Cotanch, SR}, year={1999}, month={Apr} }
@article{swanson_1998, title={Hybrids and quark confinement}, volume={64}, ISSN={["0920-5632"]}, DOI={10.1016/S0920-5632(97)01080-3}, abstractNote={It has become traditional to assume that the Dirac structure of the phenomenological quark confinement potential is scalar $\otimes$ scalar. We use the heavy quark expansion of the Coulomb gauge QCD Hamiltonian and the Flux Tube model to demonstrate that this is true but in the effective sense only. The demonstration contains some surprises: confinement is actually vector $\otimes$ vector and it is nonperturbative mixing between ordinary and hybrid $Q \bar Q$ states which generates the scalar-like spin dependent potential at order $1/m_q^2$. Thus the existence of hybrids is crucial to establishing well-known spin splitting phenomenology. Finally, the resolution also indicates that the gluonic degrees of freedom in a hybrid must be of a collective nature.}, journal={NUCLEAR PHYSICS B-PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS}, author={Swanson, ES}, year={1998}, month={May}, pages={312–315} }
@article{swanson_heinzl_1998, title={Light-cone wave functions and chiral symmetry - Discussions}, volume={64}, number={1998 May}, journal={Nuclear Physics. B}, author={Swanson, E. and Heinzl, T.}, year={1998}, pages={295} }
@article{cotanch_szczepaniak_swanson_ji_1998, title={QCD Hamiltonian approach for the glueball spectrum}, volume={631}, DOI={10.1016/s0375-9474(98)00082-7}, abstractNote={A new, comprehensive relativistic many-body approach utilizing the Coulomb gauge QCD Hamiltonian is advanced for hadron physics. The formalism properly incoporates renormalization for regularizing divergences and also manifests the Nambu-Goldstone realization of chiral symmetry. Using standard many-body techniques, calculations for the constitutuent quark, gluon condensates and masses and gluon spectrum are found to be in good agreement with QCD sum-rules and quenched lattice gauge results.}, number={1998 Mar. 2}, journal={Nuclear Physics. A}, author={Cotanch, S. R. and Szczepaniak, A. P. and Swanson, E. S. and Ji, Chueng-Ryong}, year={1998}, pages={C640–643} }
@misc{adelberger_austin_bahcall_balantekin_bogaert_brown_buchmann_cecil_champagne_braeckeleer_et al._1998, title={Solar fusion cross sections}, volume={70}, ISSN={["1539-0756"]}, DOI={10.1103/RevModPhys.70.1265}, abstractNote={We review and analyze the available information on the nuclear-fusion cross sections that are most important for solar energy generation and solar neutrino production. We provide best values for the low-energy cross-section factors and, wherever possible, estimates of the uncertainties. We also describe the most important experiments and calculations that are required in order to improve our knowledge of solar fusion rates.}, number={4}, journal={REVIEWS OF MODERN PHYSICS}, author={Adelberger, EG and Austin, SM and Bahcall, JN and Balantekin, AB and Bogaert, G and Brown, LS and Buchmann, L and Cecil, FE and Champagne, AE and Braeckeleer, L and et al.}, year={1998}, month={Oct}, pages={1265–1291} }
@article{swanson_szczepaniak_1997, title={Decays of hybrid mesons}, volume={56}, number={9}, journal={Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields}, author={Swanson, E. S. and Szczepaniak, A. P.}, year={1997}, pages={5692–5695} }
@article{szczepaniak_swanson_1997, title={From current to constituent quarks: a renormalization-group-improved Hamiltonian-based description of hadrons}, volume={55}, number={3}, journal={Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields}, author={Szczepaniak, A. P. and Swanson, E. S.}, year={1997}, pages={1578–1591} }
@article{barnes_close_page p. r._swanson_1997, title={Higher quarkonia}, volume={55}, number={7}, journal={Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields}, author={Barnes, T. and Close, F. E. and Page P. R. and Swanson, E. S.}, year={1997}, pages={4157–4188} }
@article{szczepaniak_swanson_1997, title={On the DIRAC structure of confinement}, volume={55}, number={7}, journal={Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields}, author={Szczepaniak, A. P. and Swanson, E. S.}, year={1997}, pages={3987–3993} }
@article{swanson_1997, title={QCD and hadronic physics}, number={suppl.}, journal={Nuclear Physics. B}, author={Swanson, E. S.}, year={1997}, pages={166–170} }