Soft and Semihard Hadronic Interactions

  • G. Gustafson
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Abstract

In this talk I will give a short review of theoretical ideas on the dynamics of soft and semihard hadronic collisions. For comparison I want to start with a few comments on e+ e- -annihilation. In this process we have by now a fairly good understanding of hadron production. Different models give a good description of the experimental results [l]. In the models the reaction is divided in two phases, a perturbative phase described by a parton shower and a soft phase where the fragmentation of the partonic state into hadrons is described by a string or cluster chains.

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Vortex Haas Derrick 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Gustafson
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  1. 1.Department of Theoretical PhysicsUniversity of LundLundSweden

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