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Title Novel approaches in Hadron Spectroscopy
Authors Adam Szczepaniak,Miguel Albaladejo,Lukasz Bibrzycki,Sebastian M. Dawid,Cesar Fernandez-Ramirez,Sergi Gonzalez-Solis,Astrid N. Hiller Blin,Andrew W. Jackura,Vincent Mathieu,Mikhail Mikhasenko,Victor I. Mokeev,Emilie Passemar,Alessandro Pilloni,Arkaitz Rodas,Jorge A. Silva-Castro,Wyatt A. Smith
JLAB number JLAB-THY-22-3459
LANL number arXiv:2112.13436
Other number DOE/OR/23177-5373
Document Type(s) (Journal Article) 
Associated with EIC: No
Supported by Jefferson Lab LDRD Funding: No
Funding Source: Nuclear Physics (NP)

Compiled for Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics
Publication Abstract: The last two decades have witnessed the discovery of a myriad of new and unexpected hadrons. The future holds more surprises for us, thanks to new-generation experiments. Understanding the signals and determining the properties of the states requires a parallel theoretical effort. To make full use of available and forthcoming data, a careful amplitude modeling is required, together with a sound treatment of the statistical uncertainties, and a systematic survey of the model dependencies. We review the contributions made by the Joint Physics Analysis Center to the field of hadron spectroscopy.
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