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Titolo:
MEASUREMENT OF THE DIFFRACTIVE CROSS-SECTION IN DEEP-INELASTIC SCATTERING USING ZEUS 1994 DATA
Autore:
BREITWEG J; DERRICK M; KRAKAUER D; MAGILL S; MIKUNAS D; MUSGRAVE B; REPOND J; STANEK R; TALAGA RL; YOSHIDA R; ZHANG H; MATTINGLY MCK; ANSELMO F; ANTONIOLI P; BARI G; BASILE M; BELLAGAMBA L; BOSCHERINI D; BRUNI A; BRUNI G; ROMEO GC; CASTELLINI G; CIFARELLI L; CINDOLO F; CONTIN A; COPPOLA N; CORRADI M; DEPASQUALE S; GIUSTI P; IACOBUCCI G; LAURENTI G; LEVI G; MARGOTTI A; MASSAM T; NANIA R; PALMONARI F; PESCI A; POLINI A; SARTORELLI G; GARCIA YZ; ZICHICHI A; AMELUNG C; BORNHEIM A; BROCK I; COBOKEN K; CRITTENDEN J; DEFFNER R; ECKERT M; GROTHE M; HARTMANN H; HEINLOTH K; HEINZ L; HILGER E; JAKOB HP; KAPPES A; KATZ UF; KERGER R; PAUL E; PFEIFFER M; SCHNURBUSCH H; WIEBER H; BAILEY DS; CAMPBELLROBSON S; COTTINGHAM WN; FOSTER B; HALLWILTON N; HEATH GP; HEATH HF; MCFALL JD; PICCIONI D; ROFF DG; TAPPER RJ; CAPUA M; IANNOTTI L; MASTROBERARDINO A; SCHIOPPA M; SUSINNO G; KIM JY; LEE JH; LIM IT; PAC MY; CALDWELL A; CARTIGLIA N; JING Z; LIU W; MELLADO B; PARSONS JA; RITZ S; SAMPSON S; SCIULLI F; STRAUB PB; ZHU Q; BORZEMSKI P; CHWASTOWSKI J; ESKREYS A; FIGIEL J; KLIMEK K; PRZYBYCIEN MB; ZAWIEJSKI L; ADAMCZYK L; BEDNAREK B; BUKOWY M; CZERMAK AM; JELEN K; KISIELEWSKA D; KOWALSKI T; PRZYBYCIEN M; RULIKOWSKAZAREBSKA E; SUSZYCKI L; ZAJAC J; DULINSKI Z; KOTANSKI A; ABBIENDI G; BAUERDICK LAT; BEHRENS U; BEIER H; BIENLEIN JK; DESLER K; DREWS G; FRICKE U; GIALAS I; GOEBEL F; GOTTLICHER P; GRACIANI R; HAAS T; HAIN W; HARTNER GF; HASELL D; HEBBEL K; JOHNSON KF; KASEMANN M; KOCH W; KOTZ U; KOWALSKI H; LINDEMANN L; LOHR B; MARTINEZ M; MILEWSKI J; MILITE M; MONTEIRO T; NOTZ D; PELLEGRINO A; PELUCCHI F; PIOTRZKOWSKI K; ROHDE M; ROLDAN J; RYAN JJ; SAULL PRB; SAVIN AA; SCHNEEKLOTH U; SCHWARZER O; SELONKE F; STONJEK S; SURROW B; TASSI E; WESTPHAL D; WOLF G; WOLLMER U; YOUNGMAN C; ZEUNER W; BUROW BD; COLDEWEY C; GRABOSCH HJ; MEYER A; SCHLENSTEDT R; BARBAGLI G; GALLO E; PELFER P; MACCARRONE G; VOTANO L; BAMBERGER A; EISENHARDT S; MARKUN P; RAACH H; TREFZGER T; WOLFLE S; BROMLEY JT; BROOK NH; BUSSEY PJ; DOYLE AT; LEE SW; MACDONALD N; MCCANCE GJ; SAXON DH; SINCLAIR LE; SKILLICORN IO; STRICKLAND E; WAUGH R; BOHNET I; GENDNER N; HOLM U; MEYERLARSEN A; SALEHI P; WICK K; GARFAGNINI A; GLADILIN LK; KCIRA D; KLANNER R; LOHRMANN E; POELZ G; ZETSCHE F; BACON TC; BUTTERWORTH I; COLE JE; HOWELL G; LAMBERTI L; LONG KR; MILLER DB; PAVEL N; PRINIAS A; SEDGBEER JK; SIDERIS D; WALKER R; MALLIK U; WANG SM; WU JT; CLOTH P; FILGES D; FLECK JI; ISHII T; KUZE M; SUZUKI I; TOKUSHUKU K; YAMADA S; YAMAUCHI K; YAMAZAKI Y; HONG SJ; LEE SB; NAM SW; PARK SK; LIM H; PARK IH; SON D; BARREIRO F; FERNANDEZ JP; GARCIA G; GLASMAN C; HERNANDEZ JM; HERVAS L; LABARGA L; DELPESO J; PUGA J; TERRON J; DETROCONIZ JF; CORRIVEAU F; HANNA DS; HARTMANN J; MURRAY WN; OCHS A; RIVELINE M; STAIRS DG; STLAURENT M; TSURUGAI T; BASHKIROV V; DOLGOSHEIN BA; STIFUTKIN A; BASHINDZHAGYAN GL; ERMOLOV PF; GOLUBKOV YA; KHEIN LA; KOROTKOVA NA; KORZHAVINA IA; KUZMIN VA; LUKINA OY; PROSKURYAKOV AS; SHCHEGLOVA LM; SOLOMIN AN; ZOTKIN SA; BOKEL C; BOTJE M; BRUMMER N; ENGELEN J; KOFFEMAN E; KOOIJMAN P; VANSIGHEM A; TIECKE H; TUNING N; VERKERKE W; VOSSEBELD J; WIGGERS L; DEWOLF E; ACOSTA D; BYLSMA B; DURKIN LS; GILMORE J; GINSBURG CM; KIM CL; LING TY; NYLANDER P; ROMANOWSKI TA; BLAIKLEY HE; CASHMORE RJ; COOPERSARKAR AM; DEVENISH RCE; EDMONDS JK; GROSSEKNETTER J; HARNEW N; NATH C; NOYES VA; QUADT A; RUSKE O; TICKNER JR; WALCZAK R; WATERS DS; BERTOLIN A; BRUGNERA R; CARLIN R; DALCORSO F; DOSSELLI U; LIMENTANI S; MORANDIN M; POSOCCO M; STANCO L; STROILI R; VOCI C; OH BY; OKRASINSKI JR; TOOTHACKER WS; WHITMORE JJ; IGA Y; DAGOSTINI GD; MARINI G; NIGRO A; RASO M; HART JC; MCCUBBIN NA; SHAH TP; EPPERSON D; HEUSCH C; RAHN JT; SADROZINSKI HFW; SEIDEN A; WICHMANN R; WILLIAMS DC; ABRAMOWICZ H; BRISKIN G; DAGAN S; KANANOV S; LEVY A; ABE T; FUSAYASU T; INUZUKA M; NAGANO E; UMEMORI K; YAMASHITA T; HAMATSU R; HIROSE T; HOMMA K; KITAMURA S; MATSUSHITA T; NISHIMURA T; ARNEODO M; CIRIO R; COSTA M; FERRERO MI; MASELLI S; MONACO V; PERONI C; PETRUCCI MC; RUSPA M; SACCHI R; SOLANO A; STAIANO A; DARDO M; BAILEY DC; FAGERSTROEM CP; GALEA R; JOE KK; LEVMAN GM; MARTIN JF; ORR RS; POLENZ S; SABETFAKHRI A; SIMMONS D; BUTTERWORTH JM; CATTERALL CD; HAYES ME; HEAPHY EA; JONES TW; LANE JB; SAUNDERS RL; SUTTON MR; WING M; CIBOROWSKI J; GRZELAK G; NOWAK RJ; PAWLAK JM; PAWLAK R; SMALSKA B; TYMIENIECKA T; WROBLEWSKI AK; ZAKRZEWSKI JA; ZARNECKI AF; ADAMUS M; DEPPE O; EISENBERG Y; HOCHMAN D; KARSHON U; BADGETT WF; CHAPIN D; CROSS R; DASU S; FOUDAS C; LOVELESS RJ; MATTINGLY S; REEDER DD; SMITH WH; VAICIULIS A; WODARCZYK M; DESHPANDE A; DHAWAN S; HUGHES VW; BHADRA S; FRISKEN WR; KHAKZAD M; SCHMIDKE WB;
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Titolo Testata:
The European Physical Journal. C: Particles and Fields
fascicolo: 1, volume: 6, anno: 1999,
pagine: 43 - 66
SICI:
1434-6044(1999)6:1<43:MOTDCI>2.0.ZU;2-4
Fonte:
ISI
Lingua:
ENG
Soggetto:
LARGE RAPIDITY GAP; STRUCTURE-FUNCTION F-2(X,Q(2)); CENTRAL TRACKING DETECTOR; MONTE-CARLO GENERATOR; POMERON STRUCTURE; EP SCATTERING; HARD DIFFRACTION; LOW-X; HERA; DISSOCIATION;
Tipo documento:
Review
Natura:
Periodico
Settore Disciplinare:
Science Citation Index Expanded
Citazioni:
115
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Citazione:
J. Breitweg et al., "MEASUREMENT OF THE DIFFRACTIVE CROSS-SECTION IN DEEP-INELASTIC SCATTERING USING ZEUS 1994 DATA", The European Physical Journal. C: Particles and Fields, 6(1), 1999, pp. 43-66

Abstract

The DIS diffractive cross section, d sigma(gammap-->XN)(diff)/dM(X),has been measured in the mass range M-X < 15 GeV for gammap c.m. energies 60 < W < 200 GeV and photon virtualities Q(2) = 7 to 140 GeV2. For fixed Q(2) and M-X, the diffractive cross section rises rapidly with W, d sigma(gammap-->XN)(diff) (M-X, W, Q(2))/dM(X) proportional to W-adiff with a(diff) = 0.507 +/- 0.034(stat)(-0.046)(+0.155) (syst) corresponding to a t-averaged pomeron trajectory of <(alpha)over bar>(P)= 1.127 +/- 0.009(stat)(-0.012)(+0.039) (syst) which is larger than <(alpha)over bar>(P) observed in hadron-hadron scattering The W dependence of the diffractive cross section is found to be the same as that of the total cross section for scattering of virtual photons on protons. The data are consistent with the assumption that the diffractive structure function F-2(D(3)) factorizes according to x(P)F(2)(D(3))(x(p),beta, Q(2)) = (x(0)/x(P))F-n(2)D(2) (beta, Q(2)). They are also consistent with QCD based models which incorporate factorization breaking. The rise of x(P)F(2)(D(3)) with decreasing x(P) and the weak dependence of F-2(D(2)) On Q(2) suggest a substantial contribution from partonic interactions.

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