Gluon number fluctuations and diffusive scaling effect

Fischer W (2011)
Frontiers of Physics in China 6(1): 100-105.

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The diffusive scaling is studied based on pomeron loop equations in the fixed coupling case. At Y >> Y(DS), the gluon number fluctuations become important, the geometric scaling is replaced by the diffusive scaling. In the diffusive scaling regime, the deep inelastic scattering (DIS) total scattering cross-section is a function of single variable ln[1/(r(2)Q(s)(2)(x))]/root DY. We show that the deep inelastic scattering experimental data lie on a single curve, which seems to indicate the existence of the diffusive scaling phenomenology in the deep inelastic scattering.
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Fischer W. Gluon number fluctuations and diffusive scaling effect. Frontiers of Physics in China. 2011;6(1):100-105.
Fischer, W. (2011). Gluon number fluctuations and diffusive scaling effect. Frontiers of Physics in China, 6(1), 100-105.
Fischer, W. (2011). Gluon number fluctuations and diffusive scaling effect. Frontiers of Physics in China 6, 100-105.
Fischer, W., 2011. Gluon number fluctuations and diffusive scaling effect. Frontiers of Physics in China, 6(1), p 100-105.
W. Fischer, “Gluon number fluctuations and diffusive scaling effect”, Frontiers of Physics in China, vol. 6, 2011, pp. 100-105.
Fischer, W.: Gluon number fluctuations and diffusive scaling effect. Frontiers of Physics in China. 6, 100-105 (2011).
Fischer, Wolfgang. “Gluon number fluctuations and diffusive scaling effect”. Frontiers of Physics in China 6.1 (2011): 100-105.
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