Energy-weighted sum rules, y-scaling and duality
Department of Physics, Old Dominion University, VA 23529, Norfolk, USA
2 Department of Physics, Jefferson Lab, 12000 Jefferson Ave., VA 23606, Newport News, USA
3 Physics Department, The Ohio State University, OH 45804, Lima, USA
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The phenomena of scaling and Bloom-Gilman duality are examined in the context of simple nonrelativistic and relativistic quantum-mechanical models. These models are shown to scale and to show the qualitative features of Bloom-Gilman duality. This suggests that these phenomena do not necessarily require the properties of QCD.
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