Hadron production in π+, K+p and pp collisions at 147 GeV/c and properties of jet-like multiparticle systems - International hybrid spectrometer consortium

D. H. Brick, H. Rudnicka, A. M. Shapiro, M. Widgoff, R. E. Ansorge, W. W. Neale, D. R. Ward, R. A. Burnstein, H. A. Rubin, E. D. Alyea, L. Bachman, C. Y. Chien, P. Lucas, A. Pevsner, J. T. Bober, M. Elahy, T. Frank, E. S. Hafen, P. Haridas, D. HuangR. I. Hulsizer, V. Kistiakowsky, P. Lutz, S. H. Oh, I. A. Pless, T. B. Stoughton, V. Suchorebrow, S. Tether, P. C. Trepagnier, Y. Wu, R. K. Yamamoto, F. Grard, J. Hanton, V. Henri, P. Herquet, J. M. Lesccux, P. Pilette, R. Windmolders, F. Crijns, H. De Bock, W. Kittel, W. Metzger, C. Pols, M. Schouten, R. Van de Walle, H. O. Cohn, G. Bressi, E. Calligarich, C. Castoldi, R. Dolfini, R. Di Marco, P. F. Jacques, M. Kalelkar, R. J. Plano, S. Ratti, P. E. Stamer, T. L. Watts, E. B. Brucker, E. L. Koller, S. Taylor, L. Berny, S. Dado, J. Goldberg, S. Toaff, G. Alexander, O. Benary, J. Grunhaus, R. Heifetz, A. Levy, W. M. Bugg, G. T. Condo, T. Handler, E. L. Hart, A. H. Rogers, Y. Eisenberg, D. Hochman, U. Karshon, E. E. Ronat, A. Shapira, R. Yaari, G. Yekutieli, T. Ludlam, R. Steiner, H. Taft

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Abstract

The gross features of the data are reviewed and the momentum tensor components, 〈S〉, and 〈T〉 are studied. Evidence for coplanarity effects is observed. A probabilistic method to search for jets is proposed. The jets found by this method are seen to be similar to high pT jets from pp interactions e+e- annihilations and vp interactions. The effect of subtracting the leading particles and the effect of low pT diffractive and non diffractive components are investigated.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-10
Number of pages10
JournalEuropean Physical Journal C
Volume15
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 1982

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