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Target fragmentation in semi-inclusive DIS: Fracture functions, cut vertices and the OPE / M. Grazzini, B.E. White, Graham Shore

Nuclear Physics B, Volume: "B555", Issue: 1-2, Pages: 259 - 278

Swansea University Author: Graham Shore

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We discuss semi-inclusive Deep Inelastic Scattering (DIS) in the z -> 1 limit, in particular the relationship between fracture functions, generalised cut vertices and Green functions of the composite operators arising in the OPE. The implications, in the spin-polarised case, for testing whether t...

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ISSN: 05503213
Published: 1999
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title Target fragmentation in semi-inclusive DIS: Fracture functions, cut vertices and the OPE
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title_short Target fragmentation in semi-inclusive DIS: Fracture functions, cut vertices and the OPE
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description We discuss semi-inclusive Deep Inelastic Scattering (DIS) in the z -> 1 limit, in particular the relationship between fracture functions, generalised cut vertices and Green functions of the composite operators arising in the OPE. The implications, in the spin-polarised case, for testing whether the "proton spin" effect is target-independent are explored. Explicit calculations in (phi^3)_6 theory are presented which are consistent with our
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