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Author Abe, K. ♦ Abt, I. ♦ Ahn, C. J. ♦ Akagi, T. ♦ Allen, N. J. ♦ Ash, W. W. ♦ Aston, D. ♦ Baird, K. G. ♦ Baltay, C. ♦ Band, H. R. ♦ Barakat, M. B. ♦ Baranko, G. ♦ Bardon, O. ♦ Barklow, T. ♦ Bazarko, A. O. ♦ Ben-David, R. ♦ Benvenuti, A. C. ♦ Bienz, T. ♦ Bilei, G. M. ♦ Bisello, D. ♦ Blaylock, G. ♦ Bogart, J. R. ♦ Bolton, T. ♦ Bower, G. R. ♦ Brau, J. E. ♦ Breidenbach, M. ♦ Bugg, W. M. ♦ Burke, D. ♦ Burnett, T. H. ♦ Burrows, P. N. ♦ Busza, W. ♦ Calcaterra, A. ♦ Caldwell, D. O. ♦ Calloway, D. ♦ Camanzi, B. ♦ Carpinelli, M. ♦ Cassell, R. ♦ Castaldi, R. ♦ Castro, A. ♦ Cavalli-Sforza, M. ♦ Church, E. ♦ Cohn, H. O. ♦ Coller, J. A. ♦ Cook, V. ♦ Cotton, R. ♦ Cowan, R. F. ♦ Coyne, D. G. ♦ D.`Oliveira, A. ♦ Damerell, C. J. S. ♦ Daoudi, M. ♦ De Sangro, R. ♦ De Simone, P. ♦ Dell`Orso, R. ♦ Dima, M. ♦ Du, P. Y. C. ♦ Dubois, R. ♦ Eisenstein, B. I. ♦ Elia, R. ♦ Falciai, D. ♦ Fan, C. ♦ Fero, M. J. ♦ Frey, R. ♦ Furuno, K. ♦ Gillman, T. ♦ Gladding, G. ♦ Gonzalez, S. ♦ Hallewell, G. D. ♦ Hart, E. L. ♦ Hasegawa, Y. ♦ Hedges, S. ♦ Hertzbach, S. S. ♦ Hildreth, M. D. ♦ Huber, J. ♦ Huffer, M. E. ♦ Hughes, E. W. ♦ Hwang, H. ♦ Iwasaki, Y. ♦ Jackson, D. J. ♦ Jacques, P. ♦ Jaros, J. ♦ Johnson, A. S. ♦ Johnson, J. R. ♦ Johnson, R. A. ♦ Junk, T. ♦ Kajikawa, R. ♦ Kalelkar, M. ♦ Karliner, I. ♦ Kawahara, H. ♦ Kendall, H. W. ♦ Kim, Y. ♦ King, M. E. ♦ King, R. ♦ Kofler, R. R. ♦ Krishna, N. M. ♦ Kroeger, R. S. ♦ Labs, J. F. ♦ Langston, M. ♦ Lath, A. ♦ Lauber, J. A. ♦ Leith, D. W. G. ♦ Liu, X. ♦ Loreti, M. ♦ Lu, A. ♦ Lynch, H. L. ♦ Ma, J. ♦ Mancinelli, G. ♦ Manly, S. ♦ Mantovani, G. ♦ Markiewicz, T. W. ♦ Maruyama, T. ♦ Massetti, R. ♦ Masuda, H. ♦ Mazzucato, E. ♦ McKemey, A. K. ♦ Meadows, B. T. ♦ Messner, R. ♦ Mockett, P. M. ♦ Moffeit, K. C. ♦ Mours, B. ♦ Mueller, G. ♦ Muller, D. ♦ Nagamine, T. ♦ Nauenberg, U. ♦ Neal, H. ♦ Nussbaum, M. ♦ Ohnishi, Y. ♦ Osborne, L. S. ♦ Panvini, R. S. ♦ Park, H. ♦ Pavel, T. J. ♦ Peruzzi, I. ♦ Piccolo, M. ♦ Piemontese, L. ♦ Pieroni, E. ♦ Pitts, K. T. ♦ Plano, R. J. ♦ Prepost, R. ♦ Prescott, C. Y. ♦ Punkar, G. D. ♦ Quigley, J. ♦ Ratcliff, B. N. ♦ Reeves, T. W. ♦ Rensing, P. E. ♦ Rochester, L. S. ♦ Rothberg, J. E. ♦ Rowson, P. C. ♦ Russell, J. J. ♦ Saxton, O. H. ♦ Schalk, T.
Source United States Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information
Content type Text
Language English
Subject Keyword PHYSICS ♦ ELECTRON-POSITRON INTERACTIONS ♦ PARTICLE PRODUCTION ♦ HADRONS ♦ ENERGY ♦ CORRELATIONS ♦ QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS ♦ ASYMMETRY ♦ Z NEUTRAL BOSONS ♦ RESONANCE
Abstract We have compared a new QCD calculation by Clay and Ellis of energy-energy correlations (EEC`s) and their asymmetry (AEEC`s) in {ital e}{sup +}{ital e}{sup {minus}} annihilation into hadrons with data collected by the SLD experiment at SLAC. From fits of the new calculation, complete at {ital O}({alpha}{sub {ital s}}{sup 2}), we obtained {alpha}{sub {ital s}}({ital M}{sub {ital Z}}{sup 2})=0.1184{plus_minus}0.0031(expt){plus_minus}0.0129(theory) (EEC) and {alpha}{sub {ital s}}({ital M}{sub {ital Z}}{sup 2})=0.1120{plus_minus}0.0034(expt){plus_minus}0.0036(theory) (AEEC). The EEC result is significantly lower than that obtained from comparable fits using the {ital O}({alpha}{sub {ital s}}{sup 2}) calculation of Kunszt and Nason.
ISSN 05562821
Educational Use Research
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 1995-10-01
Publisher Place United States
Journal Physical Review, D
Volume Number 52
Issue Number 7


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