Elementary particle physics, multiparticle aspects : proceedings of the XI. Internationale Universitatswochen fur Kernphysik 1972 der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz at Schladming (Steiermark, Austria) 21st February - 4th March 1972

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Elementary particle physics, multiparticle aspects : proceedings of the XI. Internationale Universitatswochen fur Kernphysik 1972 der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz at Schladming (Steiermark, Austria) 21st February - 4th March 1972

Edited by Paul Urban

(Acta physica Austriaca. Supplementum, 9)

Springer-Verlag, 1972

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The observation of the scaling properties of the structure functions w and vw of deep inelastic electron 1 2 nucleon scattering [1]+ has been taken by many people as an indication for an approximate scale invariance of the world. It was pointed out by Wilson [2], that in many field theories it is possible to assign a dimension d to every fundamental field, which proves to be a conserved quantum number as far as the most singular term of an operator product expansion at small distances ((x-y) +a) is con- JJ cerned++. Later it was shown, at the canonical level, that in many field theories the dimension of a field seems to be a c:pod quantum number even in the terms less singular at small (x-y) , as long as they all belong to the strongest \l light cone singularity (i. e. (x-y)2+a) [3]. The assumption that this type of scale invariance on the light cone be present in the operator product ex- pansion of two electromagnetic currents has provided us with a rather natural explanation of the observed scaling phenomena. We should like to mention, however, that this ex- planation cannot account for the precocity with which scaling is being observed experimentally in energy regions, in which resonances still provide prominent contributions to the final states [4].

目次

Reaction Theory of Composite Particles (Clusters).- Comments on Nuclear Reaction Theory (S).- The Three-Body Problem.- Results of Three-Nucleon Calculations (S).- The Crossing Symmetric Bethe-Salpeter Equation (S).- Eikonal Approximation in the 3-Body System (S).- Functional Relativistic Cluster Theory.- Fivedimensional Theories and CP-Violation.- The KLO??++?? Puzzle (S).- Review of the Status of K?3 Form Factors (S).- Survey of High Energy Inelastic Models and Kinematical Constraints for Inclusive Processes.- Experimental Survey of Diffraction Dissociation Processes.- Selected Review of Single-Particle and Two-Particle Inclusive Reaction Experiments (S).- Diffractive Dissociation.- Anomalous Ward Identities.- Symmetry Breaking and Sigma Commutators.- Low Energy Aspects of Broken Scale Invariance.- Current Topics in the Electromagnetic Interactions of Hadrons.- Exotic Applications of Light-Cone Algebra.- Quarks.- Asymptotic Aspects of Inclusive Production Processes.- First Experimental Results from The Intersecting Storage Rings.- A Two-Component Alternative to Dirac's Equation (S).- The SO4-Invariant Solutions of the ??4 Theory (S).- On Time Non-Special Quantum Mechanics (S).- The Ultralocal Model: Fields without Partners (S).- Unitarity Corrections to Dual Resonance Models (S).- A Statistical Method for Testing of Analyticity and its Application (S).- On a Divergence-Free Example of Interaction Constituting a Dynamical Model of Quarks and Hadrons (S).- Particle Physics and Eastern Philosophy (S).- Summary - First Week.- Summary - Second Week.

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