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- Ulla Wandinger, Detlef Müller, +8 authors Albert Ansmann
- 2002

[1] During the Lindenberg Aerosol Characterization Experiment (LACE 98) simultaneous measurements with ground-based and airborne lidars and with two aircraft equipped with aerosol in situ instrumentation were performed. From the lidar measurements, particle backscatter coefficients at up to eight wavelengths between 320 and 1064 nm and particle extinction… (More)

- A V Belitsky, D Müller
- 2000

We give a general treatment of twist-three effects in two-photon reactions. We address the issue of the gauge invariance of the Compton amplitude in generalized Bjorken kinematics and relations of twist-three 'transverse' skewed parton distributions to twist-two ones and interaction dependent three-particle correlation functions. Finally, we discuss leading… (More)

- DETLEF MÜLLER
- 2003

We study the question of local solvability for second-order, left-invariant differential operators on the Heisenberg group Hn, of the form P Λ = n i,j=1 λ ij X i Y j = t XΛY, where Λ = (λ ij) is a complex n×n matrix. Such operators never satisfy a cone condition in the sense of Sjöstrand and Hörmander. We may assume that P Λ cannot be viewed as a… (More)

- D. Müller
- 1994

The widely used nonperturbative wave functions and distribution functions of QCD are determined as matrix elements of light-ray operators. These operators appear as large momentum limit of nonlocal hadron operators or as summed up local operators in light-cone expansions. Nonforward one-particle matrix elements of such operators lead to new distribution… (More)

- Reinhard Farwig, Toshiaki Hishida, Detlef Müller
- 2004

We analyze in classical L q (R n)-spaces, n = 2 or n = 3, 1 < q < ∞, a singular integral operator arising from the lin-earization of a hydrodynamical problem with a rotating obstacle. The corresponding system of partial differential equations of second order involves an angular derivative which is not subordinate to the Laplacian. The main tools are… (More)

- Igor Veselovskii, Alexei Kolgotin, Vadim Griaznov, Detlef Müller, Kathleen Franke, David N Whiteman
- Applied optics
- 2004

We report on the feasibility of deriving microphysical parameters of bimodal particle size distributions from Mie-Raman lidar based on a triple Nd:YAG laser. Such an instrument provides backscatter coefficients at 355, 532, and 1064 nm and extinction coefficients at 355 and 532 nm. The inversion method employed is Tikhonov's inversion with regularization.… (More)

- Albert Ansmann, Jens Bösenberg, +23 authors Matthias Wiegner
- 2003

[1] The spread of mineral particles over southwestern, western, and central Europe resulting from a strong Saharan dust outbreak in October 2001 was observed at 10 stations of the European Aerosol Research Lidar Network (EARLINET). For the first time, an optically dense desert dust plume over Europe was characterized coherently with high vertical resolution… (More)

- Detlef Müller, Juan Carlos Antuña, +8 authors Volker Freudenthaler
- 2008

- B. Geyer, D. Müller, D. Robaschik
- 1996

The twist three contributions to the Q 2-evolution of the spin-dependent structure function g 2 (x Bj , Q 2) are considered in the non-local operator product approach. Defining appropriate twist three distribution function we derive their evolution equation for the nonsinglet case in leading order approximation. In the limit x Bj → 1 as well as in the large… (More)

- V M Braun, G P Korchemsky, D Müller
- 2003

The Lagrangian of Quantum Chromodynamics is invariant under conformal transformations. Although this symmetry is broken by quantum corrections, it has important consequences for strong interactions at short distances and provides one with powerful tools in practical calculations. In this review we give a short exposition of the relevant ideas, techniques… (More)