4 edition of Radiative Corrections: Results and Perspectives (NATO Science Series: B:) found in the catalog.
Radiative Corrections: Results and Perspectives (NATO Science Series: B:)
February 28, 1991 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||N. Dombey (Editor), F. Boudjema (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||588|
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The Workshop on Radiative Corrections: Results and Perspectives was held at the University of Sussex in fine weather between July 9 and 14 The Workshop was weIl timed: the day after its concluding session the first beam at LEP was circulated. The Original aims of the Workshop were twofold.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Radiative Corrections: Results and Perspectives, held July, in Brighton, United Kingdom"--Title page verso.
The Workshop on Radiative Corrections: Results and Perspectives was held at the University of Sussex in fine weather between July 9 and 14 The Workshop was weIl timed: the day after its concluding session the first beam at LEP was circulated.
Get this from a library. Radiative Corrections: Results and Perspectives. [N Dombey; F Boudjema] -- The Workshop on Radiative Corrections: Results and Perspectives was held at the University of Sussex in fine weather between July 9 and 14 The Workshop was weIl timed: the day after its.
Radiative Corrections: Results and Perspectives Book The Workshop on Radiative Corrections: Results and Perspectives was held at the University of Sussex in fine weather between July 9. The confrontation in a single volume of all the high precision results reported by experimentalists, on one side, with the predictions of the Standard Model (SM) at the level of radiative corrections, on the otherside, provides a detailed test of the SM at the quantum level.
The radiative corrections ∆r and ∆k l are known up to two-loop order, including some partial higher-order EW and QCD corrections [34, 35] (for a review of these corrections we refer the reader.
The results of both calculations are consistent, although the former method turned out to be much more accurate. and radiative corrections will become more and more important as experimental. Abstract. The following sections are included: * Introduction * The Input Data from e + e-Annihilation * The direct measurements * Overview * Radiative corrections * Obtaining e + e-cross sections from radiative return * The ISR method * The π + π-final state * Multi-hadronic production at higher energies * Comparing e + e-→ π + π-data from different experimentsAuthor: Michel Davier.
If the top quark is sufficiently heavy, radiative corrections to the Higgs potential will cause the standard model vacuum to be unstable. The requirement that our vacuum be stable leads to stringent constraints on the top quark and Higgs boson masses.
Our vacuum could be unstable, as long as the universe arrives in our vacuum, as long as its lifetime against spontaneous decay exceeds ten Author: Marc Sher. In this book, all aspects of the program are considered in detail, including the structure of the standard model, radiative corrections, high precision experiments, and their implications.
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