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Some authors even think that the 47 decrease is still faster ( ). If it is so, this would ruin definitely the M a n delstam representation with a finite number of subtractions. This would not be a catastrophe and, in fact, is expected if one has linear rising Regge trajectories. If linear Regge trajectories are present, then the lower bound one gets is nothing but what they predict, namely s F(s, c o s 0 ) ~ s~ , ε<θ <π — ε . BIBLIOGRAPHY An important topic has been kept outside these lectures; the study of rigorous restrictions on low energy pion-pion partial waves.

Then the simplest choice is s = (PA + PB) 2 = (Pc + PD) 2 S > CΘ O * > θ8 scattering angle in the c m . system of A + B, or S = S (PA+PB) > ' = 2 (PA+PC) > (2) / is the square of the quadritransfer from A to C since C has an impulsion —pG. 2 As you all know a third variable u = (pA + pD) can be introduced and it is an elementary exercise, using the mass-shell relations, to prove: s + t + u = M\ + Ml + Ml + Ml, (3) u will turn out to be very useful if one wants to consider the reaction A + D -> C + Β at the same time as A + Β -> C + D.

MARTIN: I tried to do this many years ago. Really one finds more than that. Given Fs in the forward direction—or equivently at—as an input one found an upper bound for Fs in any direction in the physical region. This was done without reference to the specific inequalities mentioned above, namely using the fact that in the partial wave analysis of Fs = 2 ( 2 / + 1) I m / ^ P ^ c o s Ö ) , all Imf^s) are positive. However, comparison of this bound with experiment showed that the data were much below 58 A.