XXIV International Conference on High Energy Physics pp 1007-1016 | Cite as
Latest Results on Structure Functions, Scaling Violations, and their QCD Analysis
Nucleon structure functions have been in the list of HEP’s “hot” topics for over two decades. Studies of proton structure in 1967 revealed the qualitative and then the quantitative reality of the quark-parton model. Later experiments went on to demonstrate and measure the interaction between quarks and gluons. In the last 18 months, these sound reasons for continued scientific interest in structure func- tions have been joined by an unwelcome newcomer — serious disagreement between experiments.
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