|Measuring the Weak Phase $\gamma$ in Color Allowed $B\rightarrow DK\pi$ Decays|
|R. Aleksan, T. Petersen, A. Soffer|
We present a method to measure the weak phase $\\gamma$ in the three-body decay of charged $B^\\pm$ mesons to the final states $DK^\\pm\\pi^0$. These decays are mediated by interfering amplitudes which are color-allowed and hence relatively large. As a result, large CP violation effects that could be observed with high statistical significance are possible. In addition, the three-body decay helps resolve discrete ambiguities that are usually present in measurements of the weak phase. The experimental implications of conducting these measurements with three-body decays are discussed, and the sensitivity of the method is evaluated using a simulation.