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Light cone physics. Where do we stand

Description: From international symposium on electron and photon interactions at high energies; Bonn, F. R. Germany (27 Aug 1973). The review of light cone physics covers various aspects which are physically interesting, evaluation of the importance of the ideas which foim the nucleus of light cone physics, understanding of the limitations and an analysis of possible ways to overcome the difficulties of light cone physics. (JFP)
Date: September 1, 1973
Creator: Preparata, G.
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Color and experimental physics

Description: After a brief review of the color hypothesis and the motivations for its introduction, the experimental tests arare discussed. It is assumed that colored states have not been produced at present energies and only experimental tests which apply below the color threshold, when color is a ''hidden symmetry,'' are discussed. Some of these tests offer the possibility of distinguishing between quark models with fractional and integral quark charges. (auth)
Date: August 20, 1975
Creator: Chanowitz, M.S.
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Intercepts and residues of Regge poles in a stochastic-field multiparticle theory

Description: A dynamical theory of multiparticle amplitudes, based on a functional integral representation embodying collective long-range correlations, is applied to the calculation of Regge intercepts and residues. Poles arising in conventional multiperipheral models will characteristically be modified in three ways: promotion, renormalization, and a proliferation of dynamical secondary trajectories, reminiscent of dual models. (auth)
Date: January 1, 1976
Creator: Arnold, R.C.
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