The interacting boson model
(IBM)  describes the low energy quadruple collective states of even-even nuclei in terms of bosons with angular momentum 0 and 2 so called s and d bosons.
Most of the 26 papers are devoted to nuclear structure models and their derivation from the basic nucleon-nucleon interaction, in particular the shell model, the interacting boson model
, and the cluster model.
Theoretical works of such bands have been presented in framework of cranked random phase approximation (RPA) [9,10], the collective model , the interacting boson model
(IBM) [3,11], the variable moment of inertia (VMI) model  and the alpha particle cluster model [4,13].
The study of shape phase transitions in nuclei was best done by using the interacting boson model
Shape phase transitions from one nuclear shape to another were first discussed in framework of the interacting boson model
Interacting Boson Model
of Collective States I: The Vibrational Limit.
Absolute transition rates were extracted and compared with the interacting boson model
The nuclear shape transitions were studied within the nuclear interacting boson model
152]Dy are analyzed and compared to the prediction of vibrational U(5) and rotational SU(3) limits of interacting boson model
The study of phase shape transitions in nuclei can be best done in the interacting boson model
(IBM)  which reproduces well the data in all transition regions [5-11].
Analysis of Rotational Bands in Superdeformed Nuclei Using sdg Interacting Boson Model
Effective [gamma] deformation near A= 130 in the interacting boson model