Summary : working group on QCD and strong interactions.

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In this summary of the considerations of the QCD working group at Snowmass 2001, the roles of quantum chromodynamics in the Standard Model and in the search for new physics are reviewed, with emphasis on frontier areas in the field. The authors discuss the importance of, and prospects for, precision QCD in perturbative and lattice calculations. They describe new ideas in the analysis of parton distribution functions and jet structure, and review progress in small-x and in polarization experiments.

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Berger, E. L.; Magill, S. R.; Sarcevic, I.; Jalilian-Marian, J.; Kilgore, W. B.; Kulesza, A. et al. February 4, 2002.

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In this summary of the considerations of the QCD working group at Snowmass 2001, the roles of quantum chromodynamics in the Standard Model and in the search for new physics are reviewed, with emphasis on frontier areas in the field. The authors discuss the importance of, and prospects for, precision QCD in perturbative and lattice calculations. They describe new ideas in the analysis of parton distribution functions and jet structure, and review progress in small-x and in polarization experiments.

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  • Snowmass 2001 : The Future of Particle Physics, Snowmass, CO (US), 06/30/2001--07/21/2001

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Berger, E. L.; Magill, S. R.; Sarcevic, I.; Jalilian-Marian, J.; Kilgore, W. B.; Kulesza, A. et al. Summary : working group on QCD and strong interactions., article, February 4, 2002; Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc742131/: accessed December 10, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.