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The theory of quark and gluon interactions, F.J. Ynduráin

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The theory of quark and gluon interactions
Title
The theory of quark and gluon interactions
Statement of responsibility
F.J. Ynduráin
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Subject
Language
eng
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Ynduráin, F. J
Dewey number
539.7/548
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QC793.5.Q2528
LC item number
Y58 1993
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Texts and monographs in physics
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Quantum chromodynamics
Label
The theory of quark and gluon interactions, F.J. Ynduráin
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [309]-316) and index
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volume
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text
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Contents
  • 3.8. Heavy and Light Quarks: The Decoupling Theorem. Effective n [actual symbol not reproducible], [Lambda]. 3.9. The Operator Product Expansion (OPE) at Short Distances. Nonperturbative Effects in Quark and Gluon Propagators -- 4. Perturbative QCD. I. Deep Inelastic Processes. 4.1. e[superscript +]e[superscript -] Annihilation into Hadrons. 4.2. Digression on the Renormalization Scheme Dependence of Calculations and Parameters. Truncation Problems. 4.3. Kinematics of Deep Inelastic Scattering. The Parton Model. 4.4. Light Cone Expansion of Products of Currents. Bjorken Limit. 4.5. The OPE for Deep Inelastic Scattering in QCD: Moments. 4.6. Renormalization Group Analysis: The QCD Equations for the Moments. 4.7. QCD Equations for the Moments to Second Order. 4.8. The Altarelli-Parisi Method. 4.9. General Consequences of QCD for Structure Functions. 4.10. Comparison with Experiment: Parametrizations Compatible with QCD and Pointlike Evolution of Structure Functions
  • 4.11. Target Mass Corrections. 4.12. Nonperturbative Effects in e[superscript +]e[superscript -] Annihilation and Higher Twists in Deep Inelastic Scattering -- 5. Perturbative QCD. II. OZI Decays; Drell-Yan Processes; Jets; Corrections to Weak Decays; SVZ Sum Rules; Exclusive Processes. 5.1. OZI Forbidden Decays. 5.2. Drell-Yan Processes. 5.3. Jets -- Generalities. 5.4. Jets in e[superscript +]e[superscript -] Annihilations. 5.5. Jets in Hadron Physics. 5.6. The SVZ Sum Rules. 5.7. Exclusive Processes. 5.8. Other Processes Describable with Perturbative QCD -- 6. Hadrons as Bound States of Quarks. 6.1. Generalities. The Quark Model of Hadrons. 6.2. QCD Analysis of Heavy Quark Bound States. "Perturbative" Potential, and Corrections. 6.3. QCD Analysis of Lowest Lying [actual symbol not reproducible] States. 6.4. Higher Excited States. Confinement Forces. Effective Potential. 6.5. The Constituent Quark Model. 6.6. The Bag Model
  • 7. Light Quark Masses; PCAC; Chiral Dynamics; the QCD Vacuum. 7.1. Mass Terms and Invariances: Chiral Invariance. 7.2. Wigner-Weyl and Nambu-Goldstone Realizations of Symmetries. 7.3. PCAC and Quark Mass Ratios. 7.4. Bounds and Estimates of Light Quark Masses. 7.5. The Decay [actual symbol not reproducible]: The Axial Anomaly. 7.6. The U(1) Problem. The Gluon Anomaly. 7.7. The [theta] Parameter: The QCD Vacuum; The Effect of Massless Quarks; Solution to the U(1) Problem -- 8. Nonperturbative Solutions. Lattice QCD. 8.1. The WKB Approximation in the Path Integral Formalism: Tunnelling. 8.2. Euclidean QCD. 8.3. Instantons. 8.4. Connection with the Topological Quantum Number and the QCD Vacuum. 8.5. Quarks (and Gluons) on an Euclidean Lattice. 8.6. Gluons (and Quarks) on the Lattice. Paths and Loops. The Wilson Action. 8.7. Feynman Rules on the Lattice. Renormalization Group. Connection with the Continuum Parameters. 8.8. The Wilson Loop. Strong Coupling. Confinement
  • 8.9. Observable Consequences of Lattice QCD -- 9. The Parameters of QCD. 9.1. Coupling Constants: [Theta], [alpha[subscript s]], [Lambda]. 9.2. Condensates and Quark Masses -- Appendix A: [gamma]-Algebra in Dimension D -- Appendix B: Some Useful Integrals -- Appendix C: Group-Theoretic Quantities -- Appendix D: Feynman Rules for QCD -- Appendix E: Feynman Rules for Composite Operators -- Appendix F: Some Singular Functions -- Appendix G: Kinematics, Cross Sections, Decay Rates -- Appendix H: Functional Derivatives -- Appendix I: Gauge-Invariant Operator Product -- Appendix J: Group Integration
Control code
26552930
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
2nd completely revised and englarged ed.
Extent
xv, 319 pages
Isbn
9783540558033
Isbn Type
(Berlin : alk. paper)
Lccn
92027021
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)1513782
Label
The theory of quark and gluon interactions, F.J. Ynduráin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [309]-316) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 3.8. Heavy and Light Quarks: The Decoupling Theorem. Effective n [actual symbol not reproducible], [Lambda]. 3.9. The Operator Product Expansion (OPE) at Short Distances. Nonperturbative Effects in Quark and Gluon Propagators -- 4. Perturbative QCD. I. Deep Inelastic Processes. 4.1. e[superscript +]e[superscript -] Annihilation into Hadrons. 4.2. Digression on the Renormalization Scheme Dependence of Calculations and Parameters. Truncation Problems. 4.3. Kinematics of Deep Inelastic Scattering. The Parton Model. 4.4. Light Cone Expansion of Products of Currents. Bjorken Limit. 4.5. The OPE for Deep Inelastic Scattering in QCD: Moments. 4.6. Renormalization Group Analysis: The QCD Equations for the Moments. 4.7. QCD Equations for the Moments to Second Order. 4.8. The Altarelli-Parisi Method. 4.9. General Consequences of QCD for Structure Functions. 4.10. Comparison with Experiment: Parametrizations Compatible with QCD and Pointlike Evolution of Structure Functions
  • 4.11. Target Mass Corrections. 4.12. Nonperturbative Effects in e[superscript +]e[superscript -] Annihilation and Higher Twists in Deep Inelastic Scattering -- 5. Perturbative QCD. II. OZI Decays; Drell-Yan Processes; Jets; Corrections to Weak Decays; SVZ Sum Rules; Exclusive Processes. 5.1. OZI Forbidden Decays. 5.2. Drell-Yan Processes. 5.3. Jets -- Generalities. 5.4. Jets in e[superscript +]e[superscript -] Annihilations. 5.5. Jets in Hadron Physics. 5.6. The SVZ Sum Rules. 5.7. Exclusive Processes. 5.8. Other Processes Describable with Perturbative QCD -- 6. Hadrons as Bound States of Quarks. 6.1. Generalities. The Quark Model of Hadrons. 6.2. QCD Analysis of Heavy Quark Bound States. "Perturbative" Potential, and Corrections. 6.3. QCD Analysis of Lowest Lying [actual symbol not reproducible] States. 6.4. Higher Excited States. Confinement Forces. Effective Potential. 6.5. The Constituent Quark Model. 6.6. The Bag Model
  • 7. Light Quark Masses; PCAC; Chiral Dynamics; the QCD Vacuum. 7.1. Mass Terms and Invariances: Chiral Invariance. 7.2. Wigner-Weyl and Nambu-Goldstone Realizations of Symmetries. 7.3. PCAC and Quark Mass Ratios. 7.4. Bounds and Estimates of Light Quark Masses. 7.5. The Decay [actual symbol not reproducible]: The Axial Anomaly. 7.6. The U(1) Problem. The Gluon Anomaly. 7.7. The [theta] Parameter: The QCD Vacuum; The Effect of Massless Quarks; Solution to the U(1) Problem -- 8. Nonperturbative Solutions. Lattice QCD. 8.1. The WKB Approximation in the Path Integral Formalism: Tunnelling. 8.2. Euclidean QCD. 8.3. Instantons. 8.4. Connection with the Topological Quantum Number and the QCD Vacuum. 8.5. Quarks (and Gluons) on an Euclidean Lattice. 8.6. Gluons (and Quarks) on the Lattice. Paths and Loops. The Wilson Action. 8.7. Feynman Rules on the Lattice. Renormalization Group. Connection with the Continuum Parameters. 8.8. The Wilson Loop. Strong Coupling. Confinement
  • 8.9. Observable Consequences of Lattice QCD -- 9. The Parameters of QCD. 9.1. Coupling Constants: [Theta], [alpha[subscript s]], [Lambda]. 9.2. Condensates and Quark Masses -- Appendix A: [gamma]-Algebra in Dimension D -- Appendix B: Some Useful Integrals -- Appendix C: Group-Theoretic Quantities -- Appendix D: Feynman Rules for QCD -- Appendix E: Feynman Rules for Composite Operators -- Appendix F: Some Singular Functions -- Appendix G: Kinematics, Cross Sections, Decay Rates -- Appendix H: Functional Derivatives -- Appendix I: Gauge-Invariant Operator Product -- Appendix J: Group Integration
Control code
26552930
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
2nd completely revised and englarged ed.
Extent
xv, 319 pages
Isbn
9783540558033
Isbn Type
(Berlin : alk. paper)
Lccn
92027021
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)1513782

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