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This report aims at explaining why (sections 1-4) we are led to consider seriously the duality approach to strong interactions, both from analogy with a similar approach to the theory of nuclear reactions, and as a possible way out of the unpleasant impasse into which quantum relativistic theories of strong interactions seem to be forced. Next we shall discuss how (sections 5-6) we go about finding solutions to the constraints of a dual theory and what their properties are. Finally, some ideas will be presented concerning where (section 7) all this can bring us in the near future.
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In theoretical physics, the Veneziano amplitude refers to the discovery made in 1968 by Italian theoretical physicist Gabriele Veneziano that the Euler gamma function, when interpreted as a scattering amplitude, has many of the features needed to explain the physical properties of strongly interacting mesons, such as symmetry and duality.
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