High-energy hadronic interactions (20 years of the Quark-Gluon Strings Model) View Full Text


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2003-11

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A. B. Kaidalov

ABSTRACT

The approach to high-energy hadronic interactions based on the 1/N expansion in QCD and the string model of hadrons is reviewed. The Quark-Gluon Strings Model (QGSM) is discussed in detail. Applications of the QGSM to the multiparticle production at high energies are considered. It is shown that the model gives a perfect description of many aspects of hadronic interactions: diffractive processes, multiplicity distributions, correlations, and inclusive spectra of different particles in a broad energy region. It is pointed out that predictions of the model are in good agreement with data from hadronic colliders. Recent applications of the approach to small-x physics and heavy-ion collisions are reviewed. More... »

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1994-2016

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