# T. Hyodo - Kyoto University, Yukawa Inst., Kyoto

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NameT. Hyodo |
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AffiliationKyoto University, Yukawa Inst., Kyoto |
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CityKyoto |
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CountryJapan |
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## Pub CategoriesNuclear Theory (48) High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (46) Nuclear Experiment (4) High Energy Physics - Lattice (3) High Energy Physics - Experiment (2) Physics - Other (1) Quantum Physics (1) Physics - Strongly Correlated Electrons (1) |

## Publications Authored By T. Hyodo

**Authors:**Takayasu Sekihara

^{1}, Tetsuo Hyodo

^{2}, Daisuke Jido

^{3}, Junko Yamagata-Sekihara

^{4}, Shigehiro Yasui

^{5}

**Affiliations:**

^{1}JAEA, Ibaraki,

^{2}Kyoto U., Yukawa Inst., Kyoto,

^{3}Tokyo Metropolitan U.,

^{4}Kyoto Sangyo U.,

^{5}Tokyo Inst. Tech.

Recently, the compositeness, defined as the norm of a two-body wave function for bound and resonance states, has been investigated to discuss the internal structure of hadrons in terms of hadronic molecular components. From the studies of the compositeness, it has been clarified that the two-body wave function of a bound state can be extracted from the residue of the scattering amplitude at the bound state pole. Of special interest is that the two-body wave function from the scattering amplitude is automatically normalized. Read More

We develop a theoretical framework to quantify the structure of unstable hadron resonances. With the help of the corresponding system in a finite volume, we define the compositeness of resonance states which can be interpreted as a probability. This framework is used to study the structure of the Lambda(1405) resonance. Read More

Heavy ion collisions (HIC) at high energies are excellent ways for producing heavy hadrons and composite particles. With upgraded detectors at RHIC and LHC, it has become possible to measure hadrons beyond their ground states. Therefore, HIC provide a new method for studying exotic hadrons that are either hadronic molecular states or compact multiquark systems. Read More

The internal structure of exotic hadron candidates are studied from the viewpoint of the compositeness of near-threshold states. We focus on the Weinberg's weak-binding relation between the experimental observables and the compositeness of the state. First we extend the relation for quasibound states within the framework of the effective field theory. Read More

Structure of light antikaon-nuclear quasi-bound states, which consist of an antikaon $(\bar{K}=K^-,~\bar{K}^0)$ and a few nucleons $(N=p,~n)$ such as $\bar{K}NN$, $\bar{K}NNN$, $\bar{K}NNNN$ and $\bar{K}NNNNNN$ systems, is studied with full three- to seven-body calculations. Employing a realistic $\bar{K}N$ potential based on the chiral SU(3) effective field theory with the SIDDHARTA constraint, we show that the central nucleon densities of these systems increases when the antikaon is injected, by about factor of two at maximum. The $\bar{K}NNNN$ system shows the largest central density, about 0. Read More

We study the compositeness of near-threshold states to clarify the internal structure of exotic hadron candidates. Within the framework of effective field theory, we extend the Weinberg's weak-binding relation to include the nearby CDD (Castillejo-Dalitz-Dyson) pole contribution with the help of the Pade approximant. Finally, using the extended relation, we conclude that the CDD pole contribution to the Lambda(1405) baryon in the Kbar N amplitude is negligible. Read More

Nonleptonic weak decays of Xi_c into pi^+ and a meson (M)-baryon (B) final state, MB, are analyzed from the viewpoint of probing S=-2 baryon resonances, i.e. Xi(1620) and Xi(1690), of which spin-parity and other properties are not well known. Read More

We study the quark mass dependence of the H-dibaryon in the strangeness $S=-2$ baryon-baryon scattering. A low-energy effective field theory is used to describe the coupled-channel scattering, in which the quark mass dependence is incorporated so as to reproduce the lattice QCD data by the HAL QCD collaboration in the SU(3) limit. We point out the existence of the Castillejo-Dalitz-Dyson (CDD) pole in the $\Lambda\Lambda$ scattering amplitude below the threshold in the SU(3) limit, which may cause the Ramsauer-Townsend effect near the $N\Xi$ threshold at the physical point. Read More

The H-dibaryon is the exotic multiquark state with baryon number 2 and strangeness $-2$. The existence of the deeply bound H-dibaryon is excluded by the observation of the double hypernuclei. However the recent Lattice QCD simulations have found the bound state below the $\Lambda\Lambda$ threshold with large quark masses by HALQCD and NPLQCD collaborations. Read More

We study the compositeness of near-threshold states to investigate the internal structure of exotic hadron candidates. Within the framework of effective field theory, Weinberg's weak-binding relation is extended to more general cases by easing several preconditions. First, by evaluating the contribution from the decay channel, we obtain the generalized relation for unstable quasibound states. Read More

Current studies on heavy hadrons in nuclear medium are reviewed with a summary of the basic theoretical concepts of QCD, namely chiral symmetry, heavy quark spin symmetry, and the effective Lagrangian approach. The nuclear matter is an interesting place to study the properties of heavy hadrons from many different points of view. We emphasize the importance of the following topics: (i) charm/bottom hadron-nucleon interaction, (ii) structure of charm/bottom nuclei, and (iii) QCD vacuum properties and hadron modifications in nuclear medium. Read More

We investigate the $\Lambda\Lambda$ and $K^-p$ intensity correlations in high-energy heavy-ion collisions. First, we examine the dependence of the $\Lambda\Lambda$ correlation on the $\Lambda\Lambda$ interaction and the $\Lambda\Lambda$ pair purity probability $\lambda$. For small $\lambda$, the correlation function needs to be suppressed by the $\Lambda\Lambda$ interaction in order to explain the recently measured $\Lambda\Lambda$ correlation data. Read More

The properties of the Lambda(1405) resonance are key ingredients for determining the antikaon-nucleon interaction in strangeness nuclear physics, and the novel internal structure of the Lambda(1405) is of great interest in hadron physics, as a prototype case of a baryon that does not fit into the simple three-quark picture. We show that a quantitative description of the antikaon-nucleon interaction with the Lambda(1405) is achieved in the framework of chiral SU(3) dynamics, with the help of recent experimental progress. Further constraints on the Kbar N subthreshold interaction are provided by analyzing pi Sigma spectra in various processes, such as the K-d -> pi Sigma n reaction and the Lambda_c -> pi pi Sigma decay. Read More

We discuss that a low-energy effective Lagrangian relying on SO(3) $\rightarrow$ SO(2) is applicable for a ferrimagnet as well as a ferromagnet and an antiferromagnet. The analysis of the particle states shows that there exist not only massless modes with the dispersion relations $\omega \propto |\bm{k}|,\, |\bm{k}|^2$, i.e. Read More

**Authors:**Eulogio Oset, Wei-Hong Liang, Melahat Bayar, Ju-Jun Xie, Lian Rong Dai, Miguel Albaladejo, Marina Nielsen, Takayasu Sekihara, Fernando Navarra, Luis Roca, Maxim Mai, Juan Nieves, Jorgivan Morais Dias, Alberto Feijoo, Volodymyr K. Magas, Angels Ramos, Kenta Miyahara, Tetsuo Hyodo, Daisuke Jido, Michael Döring, Raquel Molina, Hua-Xing Chen, En Wang, Lisheng Geng, Natsumi Ikeno, Pedro Fernández-Soler, Zhi Feng Sun

In this review we give a perspective of the theoretical work done recently on the interpretation of results from $B$, $D$, $\Lambda_b$, $\Lambda_c$ weak decays into final states that contain interacting hadrons, and how it is possible to obtain additional valuable information that is increasing our understanding of hadron interactions and the nature of many hadronic resonances. The novelty of these processes is that one begins with a clean picture at the quark level which allows one to select the basic mechanisms by means of which the process proceeds. Finally, one has a final state described in terms of quarks. Read More

The current status of the Lambda(1405) resonance in the Kbar N scattering is summarized. It is shown that the precise experimental data and the theoretical developments in chiral SU(3) dynamics enable us to quantitatively understand the physics around the Kbar N threshold. We present the recent theoretical predictions of the pi Sigma spectrum and the investigations of the internal structure of the Lambda(1405). Read More

We study the compositeness of unstable hadrons which lie near the two-hadron threshold. In the framework of the effective field theory, we derive the relation between the compositeness of stable bound states with observables. We then extend this relation for the quasi-bound states with finite decay width. Read More

We discuss the composite nature of hadrons appearing near the s-wave two-hadron threshold. Generalizing the Weinberg's weak-binding relation for stable bound states, we show that the compositeness of near-threshold resonances and quasi-bound states can be determined by observable quantities. Read More

We discuss the spacial structure of the resonance state, Lambda(1405), solving the Schrodinger equation with the KbarN local potential. The potential is constructed by paying attention to the two points, the constraint from the recent experimental data and the reliability in the complex energy region. Using the new local potential, we investigate the KbarN spacial structure and obtain the result indicating that Lambda(1405) is the meson-baryon molecular state, that is, the composite state. Read More

The $\Lambda(1405)$ resonance production reaction is investigated within the framework of the coupled-channels Alt-Grassberger-Sandhas (AGS) equations. We perform full three-body calculations for the $\bar{K}NN-\pi YN$ amplitudes on the physical real energy axis and investigate how the signature of the $\Lambda(1405)$ appears in the cross sections of the $K^-d\rightarrow \pi\Sigma n$ reactions, also in view of the planned E31 experiment at J-PARC. Two types of meson-baryon interaction models are considered: an energy-dependent interaction based on chiral $SU(3)$ effective field theory, and an energy-independent version that has been used repeatedly in phenomenological approaches. Read More

We present the recent developments in the studies of the structure of hadron resonances, focusing on the compositeness in terms of the hadronic degrees of freedom. We discuss the model dependence of the compositeness, and show that the structure of the near-threshold bound states and resonances is model-independently determined. The applications to various hadrons are summarized. Read More

In this talk we review results from studies with unconventional many hadron systems containing mesons: systems with two mesons and one baryon, three mesons, some novel systems with two baryons and one meson, and finally systems with many vector mesons, up to six, with their spins aligned forming states of increasing spin. We show that in many cases one has experimental counterparts for the states found, while in some other cases they remain as predictions, which we suggest to be searched in BESIII, Belle, LHCb, FAIR and other facilities. Read More

We study the compositeness of near-threshold quasi-bound states in the framework of effective field theory. From the viewpoint of the low-energy universality, we revisit the model-independent relations between the structure of the bound state and the observables in the weak binding limit. The effective field theory is utilized to generalize the weak-binding relation of the stable bound states to unstable quasi-bound states with decay modes. Read More

Based on chiral unitary approach, we construct the realistic KbarN local potential, which is useful for the quantitative calculation of Kbar-nuclei. Since the resonance pole structure of the KbarN system seems important for the Kbar-nuclei and the spacial structure of Lambda(1405), we establish the construction procedure of the local potential paying attention to the scattering amplitude in the complex energy plane. Furthermore, for the quantitative study of the Kbar-nuclei, we consider the constraint from the recent experimental data measured by SIDDHARTA, which significantly reduces the uncertainty of the KbarN amplitude. Read More

We study the Lambda_c decay process to pi^+ and the meson-baryon final state for the analysis of Lambda resonances. Considering the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix, color suppression, diquark correlation and the kinematical condition, we show that the final meson-baryon state should be in a pure I=0 combination, when the meson-baryon invariant mass is small. Because the I=1 contamination usually makes it difficult to analyze Lambda resonances directly from experiments, the Lambda_c decay is an ideal process to study Lambda resonances. Read More

We develop the single-channel local potential for the KbarN system, which is applicable to quantitative studies of Kbar bound states in nuclei. Because the high precision measurement of the kaonic hydrogen by SIDDHARTA reduces the uncertainty of the KbarN amplitude below the KbarN threshold, the local potential should be calibrated in a wide energy region. We establish a new method to construct the local potential focusing on the behavior of the scattering amplitude in the complex energy plane. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}RCNP, Osaka U.,

^{2}Kyoto U., Yukawa Inst., Kyoto,

^{3}Tokyo Metropolitan U.

We develop a theoretical framework to investigate the two-body composite structure of a resonance as well as a bound state from its wave function. For this purpose, we introduce both one-body bare states and two-body scattering states, and define the compositeness as a fraction of the contribution of the two-body wave function to the normalization of the total wave function. Writing down explicitly the wave function for a resonance state obtained with a general separable interaction, we formulate the compositeness in terms of the position of the resonance pole, the residue of the scattering amplitude at the pole and the derivative of the Green function of the free two-body scattering system. Read More

We report on the first results of a full three-body calculation of the $\bar{K}NN$-$\pi YN$ amplitude for the $K^-d\rightarrow\pi\Sigma n$ reaction, and examine how the $\Lambda(1405)$ resonance manifests itself in the neutron energy distributions of $K^-d\rightarrow\pi\Sigma n$ reactions. The amplitudes are computed using the $\bar{K}NN$-$\pi YN$ coupled-channels Alt-Grassberger-Sandhas (AGS) equations. Two types of models are considered for the two-body meson-baryon interactions: an energy-independent interaction and an energy-dependent one, both derived from the leading order chiral SU(3) Lagrangian. Read More

The influence of a two-hadron threshold is studied for the hadron mass scaling with respect to some quantum chromodynamics parameters. A quantum mechanical model is introduced to describe the system with a one-body bare state coupled with a single elastic two-body scattering. The general behavior of the energy of the bound and resonance state near the two-body threshold for a local potential is derived from the expansion of the Jost function around the threshold. Read More

We discuss the properties of hadronic systems containing one heavy quark in the heavy quark limit. The heavy quark symmetry guarantees the mass degeneracy of the states with total spin and parity $(j-1/2)^{P}$ and $(j+1/2)^{P}$ with $j \geq 1/2$, because the heavy-quark spin is decoupled from the total spin $j$ of the light components called brown muck. We apply this idea to heavy multi-hadron systems, and formulate the general framework to analyze their properties. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{2}Kyoto U., Yukawa Inst., Kyoto

The structures of the hyperon resonance $\Lambda (1405)$ and the scalar mesons $\sigma$, $f_{0}(980)$, and $a_{0}(980)$ are investigated based on the coupled-channels chiral dynamics with finite volume effect. The finite volume effect is utilized to extract the coupling constant, compositeness, and mean squared distance between two constituents of a Feshbach resonance state as well as a stable bound state. In this framework, the real-valued size of the resonance can be defined from the downward shift of the resonance pole according to the decreasing finite box size $L$ on a given closed channel. Read More

We show that there exist two types of universal phenomena for three-boson systems with isospin degrees of freedom. In the isospin symmetric limit, there is only one universal three-boson bound state with the total isospin one, whose binding energy is proportional to that of the two-boson bound state. With large isospin symmetry breaking, the standard Efimov states of three identical bosons appear at low energies. Read More

The structure of the hadron resonances attracts much attention, in association with the recent observations of various exotic hadrons which do not fit well in the conventional picture. These findings urge us to consider various new configurations such as the multiquark states and the hadronic molecules. However, it is a subtle problem to define a proper classification scheme for the hadron structure, and the nonzero decay width of the hadron resonances makes the analysis complicated. Read More

We study the structure of two-body s-wave bound states as well as resonances in the threshold energy region. We focus on the single-channel scattering where the scattering length and the effective range are given by real numbers. It is shown that, in the energy region where the effective range expansion is valid, the properties of resonances are constrained only by the position of the pole. Read More

We study multi-hadron systems with a single heavy quark (charm or bottom) in the limit of heavy quark mass. The spin degeneracy of the states with quantum numbers $(j+1/2)^{P}$ and $(j-1/2)^{P}$ for $j \neq 0$, known in a normal hadron, can be generalized to multi-hadron systems. The spin degeneracy is the universal phenomena for any multi-hadron systems with a single heavy quark, irrespective of their internal structures, including compact multi-quarks, hadronic molecules and exotic nuclei. Read More

**Authors:**A. Ohnishi

^{1}, S. Cho

^{2}, T. Furumoto

^{3}, T. Hyodo

^{4}, D. Jido

^{5}, C. M. Ko

^{6}, K. Morita

^{7}, S. H. Lee

^{8}, M. Nielsen

^{9}, T. Sekihara

^{10}, S. Yasui

^{11}, K. Yazaki

^{12}

**Affiliations:**

^{1}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{2}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{3}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{4}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{5}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{6}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{7}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{8}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{9}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{10}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{11}ExHIC Collaboration,

^{12}ExHIC Collaboration

**Category:**Nuclear Theory

We discuss the exotic hadron structure and hadron-hadron interactions in view of heavy ion collisions. First, we demonstrate that a hadronic molecule with a large spatial size would be produced more abundantly in the coalescence model compared with the statistical model result. Secondly, we constrain the Lambda-Lambda interaction by using the recently measured Lambda-Lambda correlation data. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Tokyo Inst. Tech.

Stimulated by various experimental achievements, the study of Kbar N dynamics now enters a new phase. The two-body Kbar N interaction is largely constrained by recent experimental data, and the nature of the Lambda(1405) resonance is being unveiled by several theoretical analyses. These findings provide a basic tool for applications to Kbar-nuclear systems. Read More

Structure and production of doubly charmed tetraquarks T_cc (cc ubar dbar) are studied from the viewpoint of color configurations. Based on the diquark correlation, the tetraquark T_cc with I(JP)=0(1+) is considered to be stable against strong decay. We discuss that the mixing probability of color antitriplet and sextet cc components in T_cc is suppressed by 1/m_c^2, so the two configurations are separately realized in the heavy quark limit. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Tokyo Inst. Tech.

We overview the recent progress in the investigation of the antikaon dynamics with single nucleon and with few-body nuclei, based on chiral SU(3) symmetry. We first show how the Lambda(1405) resonance emerges from the coupled-channel Kbar N-pi Sigma interaction. Next, we present the construction of an up-to-date Kbar N interaction in response to the recent measurement of kaonic hydrogen. Read More

We report on a recent calculation of the properties of the $DNN$ system, a charmed meson with two nucleons. The system is analogous to the $\bar K NN$ system substituting a strange quark by a charm quark. Two different methods are used to evaluate the binding and width, the Fixed Center approximation to the Faddeev equations and a variational calculation. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Tokyo Inst. Tech.,

^{2}Tokyo Inst. Tech.

**Category:**Nuclear Theory

The structure of dynamically generated states is studied from a viewpoint of the finite volume effect. We establish the relation between the spatial size of a stable bound state and the finite volume mass shift. In a single-channel scattering model, this relation is shown to be valid for a bound state dominated by the two-body molecule component. Read More

The energies and widths of $DNN$ quasi-bound states with isospin I=1/2 are evaluated in two methods, the fixed center approximation to the Faddeev equation and the variational method approach to the effective one-channel Hamiltonian. The $DN$ interactions are constructed so that they dynamically generate the $\Lambda_c(2595)$ (I=0, $J^{\pi} =1/2^-$) resonance state. We find that the system is bound by about 250 MeV from the $DNN$ threshold, $\sqrt{s} \sim 3500$ MeV. Read More

Production cross sections of the pentaquark Theta+ baryon in the meson-induced reactions are calculated for JP=1/2+- and 3/2+- cases. Through the comparison with the previous measurements at KEK, several quantum numbers are excluded. The remaining possibilities can be used to cast the upper limit on the Theta+ width, combining with the result from the J-PARC E19 experiment. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Tokyo Inst. Tech. & Nishina Ctr., RIKEN,

^{2}Tokyo Inst. Tech.,

^{3}Munich Tech. U.

$\bar{K}$-nucleon interactions are investigated in the framework of coupled-channels dynamics based on the next-to-leading order chiral SU(3) meson-baryon effective Lagrangian. A recent determination of the 1s shift and width of kaonic hydrogen enables us to set accurate constraints on the coupled-channels meson-baryon amplitudes in the strangeness $S=-1$ sector. Theoretical uncertainties in the subthreshold extrapolation of the coupled-channels amplitudes are discussed. Read More

We discuss coexistence/mixing of different natures of hadronic composite (molecule) and elementary (quark-intrinsic) ones in hadron resonances. The discussions here are based on our previous publications on the origin of hadron resonances \cite{Hyodo:2008xr}, exotic $\bar D$ meson-nucleons as hadronic composites containing one anti-heavy quark \cite{Yamaguchi:2011xb}, and the study of $a_1$ as a typical example to show explicitly the mixing of the two different natures \cite{Nagahiro:2011jn}. In all cases, interactions are derived from the chiral dynamics of the light flavor sector. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Tokyo Inst. Tech.,

^{2}Tokyo Inst. Tech,

^{3}Munich, Tech. U.

A new improved study of K^- - proton interactions near threshold is performed using coupled-channels dynamics based on the next-to-leading order chiral SU(3) meson-baryon effective Lagrangian. Accurate constraints are now provided by new high-precision kaonic hydrogen measurements. Together with threshold branching ratios and scattering data, these constraints permit an updated analysis of the complex barK N and pi Sigma coupled-channels amplitudes and an improved determination of the K^- p scattering length, including uncertainty estimates. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Tokyo Inst. Tech,

^{2}Tokyo Inst. Tech,

^{3}Kyoto U., Yukawa Inst

**Category:**Nuclear Theory

The internal structure of the resonant Lambda(1405) state is investigated based on meson-baryon coupled-channels chiral dynamics. We evaluate Lambda(1405) form factors which are extracted from current-coupled scattering amplitudes in meson-baryon degrees of freedom. Using several probe currents and channel decomposition, we find that the resonant Lambda(1405) state is dominantly composed of widely spread Kbar around N, with escaping pi Sigma component. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Tokyo Inst. Tech.,

^{2}YITP, Kyoto Univ.,

^{3}Osaka U., Res. Ctr. Nucl. Phys.

The structure of dynamically generated states in the chiral unitary approach is studied from a viewpoint of their compositeness. We analyze the properties of bound states, virtual states, and resonances in a single-channel chiral unitary approach, paying attention to the energy dependence of the chiral interaction. We define the compositeness of a bound state using the field renormalization constant which is given by the overlap of the bare state and the physical state in the nonrelativistic quantum mechanics, or by the residue of the bound state propagator in the relativistic field theory. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Tokyo Inst. Tech.

Meson-baryon interactions are the fundamental building blocks to study the structures of baryon resonances and meson properties in few-body nuclear systems. We review the recent progress in the investigation of the meson-baryon interaction in the strangeness S=-1 sector and the structure of the Lambda(1405) resonance. In particular, we present an attempt to construct a realistic Kbar N-pi Sigma interaction in chiral SU(3) dynamics in response to the precise measurement of the kaonic hydrogen, and discuss the subthreshold extrapolation of the Kbar N interaction with the information of the pi Sigma channel. Read More

We investigate the possibilities of using measurements in present and future experiments on heavy ion collisions to answer some longstanding problems in hadronic physics, namely identifying hadronic molecular states and exotic hadrons with multiquark components. The yields of a selected set of exotic hadron candidates in relativistic heavy ion collisions are discussed in the coalescence model in comparison with the statistical model. We find that the yield of a hadron is typically an order of magnitude smaller when it is a compact multiquark state, compared to that of an excited hadronic state with normal quark numbers. Read More