# James Lindesay

## Affiliations: | Howard University |

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"James Lindesay"##### Bio:

https://inspirehep.net/record/1021244?ln=en

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Sign in to add mentorHenry Pierre Noyes | grad student | 1981 | Stanford | |

(Minimal relativistic three-particle equations.) |

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Lindesay J, Noyes HP. (2005) Construction of non-perturbative, unitary particle - Antiparticle amplitudes for finite particle number scattering formalisms Foundations of Physics. 35: 699-741 |

Lindesay J, Pierre Noyes H. (2004) Nonperturbative, unitary quantum-particle scattering amplitudes from three-particle equations Foundations of Physics. 34: 1573-1606 |

Alfred M, Kwizera P, Lindesay JV, et al. (2004) A nonperturbative, finite particle number approach to relativistic scattering theory Foundations of Physics. 34: 581-616 |

Alfred M, Lindesay J. (2003) A test of the calculability of a three-body relativistic, cluster decomposable, unitary, covariant scattering theory Foundations of Physics. 33: 1253-1264 |

Gill TL, Zachary WW, Lindesay J. (2001) The classical electron problem Foundations of Physics. 31: 1299-1355 |

Gill TL, Zachary WW, Lindesay J. (1998) Canonical proper-time formulation of relativistic particle dynamics. II International Journal of Theoretical Physics. 37: 2573-2613 |

Gill TL, Zachary WW, Lindesay J. (1997) Proper-Time Classical Electrodynamics Foundations of Physics Letters. 10: 547-562 |

Gill T, Lindesay J. (1993) Canonical proper time formulation of relativistic particle dynamics International Journal of Theoretical Physics. 32: 2087-2098 |

Lindesay JV, Markevich AJ, Noyes HP, et al. (1986) Self-consistent, PoincarĂ©-invariant and unitary three-particle scattering theory. Physical Review D: Particles and Fields. 33: 2339-2349 |