Hitoshi Kitada (email@example.com)
Sun, 3 Oct 1999 16:14:47 +0900
Your observation in the following is correct.
Matti Pitkanen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Subject: [time 865] Re: [time 861] Re: [time 860] Re: [time 855] Re: [time
847]Unitarity of S-matrix
> I noticed what might be the reason for the paradoxal conclusion
> about the triviality of S-matrix.
> The expression of S-matrix is
> <m_0|Sn> = <m_0| P*(1/(1+X)|n_0>
> Expand this to geometric series to get
> ...= delta (m,n) + sum_n <m_0| X^n|n_0>
> = delta (m,n) + (1/i*epsilon) sum_n <m_0| L_0(int) X^(n-1)|n_0>
> Here I have used X= (1/L_0(free)+iepsilon)L_0(int) to the first
> X in the expansion in powers of X.
> The point is that formula contains 1/epsilon factor!!
> Thus the limit is extremely delicate. S-matrix is notrivial
> if L_0(int)|m_0> is of order epsilon and goes to zero at
> the limit epsilon->0.
> This is dangerously delicate but I think that similar problems
> must be encountered with ordinary time dependent scattering theory
> when one restricts to 'energy shell' E=constant.
Also in time dependent expression, taking the limit t -> \infty requires a
delicate argument and as well dangerous (;-)
> The task would
> be to find proper formulation or possibly understand why p-adics
> save the situation.
Before going to p-adics, there is a possibility to be checked: If standpoint
of real numbers works or not?
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