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1. Entropy, being one of the most important characteristics of a system with many degrees of freedom, is — in particular — an important characteristics of multiparticle production processes. In this context it abounds in analyses of dense hadronic matter and in discussions of various models of quark-gluon plasma [1]. Processes in which particles are… (More)

- Aleksandra Bialas, M Smoluchowski
- 2008

It is shown that the method of eliminating the statistical fluctuations from event-by-event analysis proposed recently by Fu and Liu can be rewritten in a compact form involving the generalized factorial moments. 1. The factorial moments of the multiplicity distribution Fk ≡< n(n− 1)...(n− k + 1) > (1) where < ... > denotes an average over events, proved to… (More)

We propose a generalization of the Bjorken in-out Ansatz for fluid trajectories which, when applied to the (1+1) hydrodynamic equations, generates a one-parameter family of analytic solutions interpolating between the boost-invariant Bjorken picture and the non boostinvariant one by Landau. This parameter characterises the propertime scale when the fluid… (More)

- Lida Derevnina, Yasin F Dagdas, +11 authors Sophien Kamoun
- The New phytologist
- 2016

888 I. 888 II. 889 III. 889 IV. 889 V. 891 VI. 891 VII. 891 VIII. 892 IX. 892 X. 893 XI. 893 893 References 893 SUMMARY: Elicitins are structurally conserved extracellular proteins in Phytophthora and Pythium oomycete pathogen species. They were first described in the late 1980s as abundant proteins in Phytophthora culture filtrates that have the capacity… (More)

- Artemis Giannakopoulou, Aleksandra Bialas, Sophien Kamoun, Vivianne G. A. A. Vleeshouwers
- Nature Biotechnology
- 2016

391 antigens rather than one, there may be opportunities to identify antigen pairs that are uniquely expressed on tumor cells. Dual-target recognition by CARs has been described9,10 before the work of Roybal et al.1. But these previous studies used two attenuated, constitutively active CARs. This means that expression of the CARs is not controlled, and… (More)

Exploiting the idea that the fast partons of an energetic projectile can be treated as sources of colour radiation interpreted as wee partons, it is shown that the recently observed property of extended limiting fragmentation implies a scaling law for the rapidity distribution of fast partons. This leads to a picture of a self-similar process where, for… (More)

Using the QCD dipole picture of the BFKL pomeron, the crosssection of single diffractive dissociation of virtual photons at high energy and large diffractively excited masses is calculated. The calculation takes into account the full impact-parameter phase-space and thus allows to obtain an exact value of the triple BFKL Pomeron vertex. It appears large… (More)

The possibility to study intermittency in a single event of high multiplicity is investigated in the framework of the α−model. It is found that, for cascade long enough, the dispersion of intermittency exponents obtained from individual events is fairly small. This fact opens the possibility to study the distribution of the intermittency parameters… (More)

In the framework of the dipole picture of the BFKL pomeron we discuss a few possibilities of calculating the total γγ cross section of the virtual photons. We argue that the existing successful fits of the dipole picture formulae to the measured structure functions F2(Q , x) favor one of the possible extensions of the dipole picture of the BFKL pomeron… (More)

Event-by-event observables are compared with conventional inclusive measurements. We find that moments of event-by-event fluctuations are closely related to inclusive correlation functions. Implications for upcomming heavy ion experiments are discussed. 1. It is now widely recognized that studies of event-by-event fluctuations observed in high energy… (More)