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Broken scale invariance in inelastic lepton—Nucleon scattering

  • G. Sartori
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Abstract

Broken scale invariance in inelastic lepton—nucleon scattering is discussed studying current commutators near to light-cone and their equal time limits. Models, based onWilson’s ideas, are proposed here to provide a more general frame than canonical models.

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Local Operator Conformal Symmetry Equal Time Conformal Group Equal Time Commutator 
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Нарушенная калибровочная инвариантность при неупругом рассеянии лептонов на нуклонах

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С помощью изучения коммутаторов тока вблизи светового конуса рассматривается нарушенная калибровочная инвариантность при неупругом рассеянии лептонов на нуклонах. Предложены модели, основанные на идеях Вильсона, и обеспечивающие более общее описание, чем канонические модели.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Sartori
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  1. 1.Institute of Physics, The UniversityPadovaItaly

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