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Two‐component models have been quite successful in fitting multiplicity distributions in high‐energy hadronic collisions. The fact that the diffractive component is considerably smaller than the short‐range‐correlation component suggests the possibility of a perturbative expansion of the...
We compare three quark based models for hadron decays. We concentrate on the physical reasons for a similar algebraic structure and for the important differences in some predictions.
We discuss in simple physical terms two recently proposed field theoretic mechanisms which may shed light on deep inelastic phenomena. Certain gauge theories of quarks can have the short distance and light cone properties of quark fields without their production in scattering experiments. Gauge...
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