Kaus, P. E. and Zachariasen, F. (1965) Regge trajectories versus vanishing renormalization constants as dynamical criteria. Physical Review, 138 (5B). B1304-B1307. ISSN 0031-899X http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:KAUpr65
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The connection between continuous Regge trajectories and the vanishing of renormalization constants is explored. It is found that if, in a field theory Z1→0 and Z3→0 in such a way that Z1/Z3→0, then a Regge trajectory moves smoothly under an elementary particle pole so that the particle becomes dynamical in the Regge sense. Thus a bootstrapped world may perhaps equally well be defined by its satisfying a field theory with all renormalization constants set equal to zero, as by saying that all particles lie on Regge trajectories.
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