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Contingency Approach to Mesonic Binding States by Boolean Matrix


  • Department of Physics and Engineering Sciences, Buein Zahra Technical University, Qazvin, Iran


Predicting the exact binding system is presented in this article based on colored particle characteristic in strong interactions via Graph-Matrix theory. Usage of this theory in particle physics needs complex computations in order to evaluation of various functions, so there are some powerful methods including field theory method, characteristic of interactions between elementary particles. Therefore, the main goal of this paper is preparing a primary generalization of mesonic graph, as a type of graphical models, to bounding case and applying in particle interactions in high energy physics. It is shown that by using Graph- Matrix theory with two colored particles, creation of exact mesonic binding state in the hadronic system can be predicted.


Boolean Matrix, Colored Particles, Graph Theory, High Energy Physics, Mesonic Binding State, Strong Interaction

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