Current Problems in Particle Physics and Cosmology covers the proceedings of the workshop ""Current Problems in Particle Physics and Cosmology"", held in Ioannina, Greece on June 25-29, 1990. The book focuses on the reactions, problems, methodologies, and processes involved in particle physics and cosmology.
The selection first offers information on the search for cosmic axions and experimental limits on light scalars/pseudoscalars and experimental tests of the standard model using the recently collected UA2 data. Topics include limits on the production of light scalar and pseudoscalar particles; measurement of SM parameters; transverse momenta distributions of the W and Z bosons; and mass spectroscopy with jets. The text then takes a look at heavy top quark, fermion mixings, and electroweak multi-particle-production at TeV energies. Discussions focus on third and second generation masses and mixing; neutrino sector; threshold energy; total inelastic multiparticle cross sections; and geometrical flavor interactions at very high energies.
The publication examines supersymmetry breaking and dynamical determination of superstring parameters; four-dimensional strings and low energy predictions; and gravity from superstrings.
The selection is a vital source of data for readers interested in particle physics and cosmology.
Search for Cosmic Axions and Experimental Limits on Light Scalars/Pseudoscalars
Experimental Tests of the Standard Model Using the Recently Collected UA2 Data
The Current Status of the O-Glueball
On the Neutrino Magnetic Moment Phenomenology
Heavy Top Quark, Fermion Mixings and all That
Electroweak Multi-Particle-Production at TeV Energies?
Rare B Decays in Minimal and Non-Minimal Supersymmetry
Supersymmetry Breaking and Dynamical Determination of Superstring Parameters
Four-Dimensional Strings and Low Energy Predictions
Phenomenological Implications of the Flipped SU(5)xU(L) Superstring Model
Weyl Invariance beyond the Leading Order in the Supersymmetric δ-Model with Dilaton
Gravity from Superstrings
Natural Origins of Small Numbers and Family Replication through Supersymmetry and Compositeness
Next to Leading N Calculations in the Gross-Neveu Model
2-Dim. Gravity and String Theory
Parisi-Sourlas Mechanism and Dimensional Reduction in the Bosonic String
A Quantum Mechanical Analogue for the Q-Oscillator
Some Applications of Kac Moody Algebras Defined on a Super Manifold
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- © North Holland 1991
- 1st January 1991
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