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Multi-Parton Interactions at the LHC
We review the recent progress in the theoretical description and experimental observation of multiple parton interactions. Subjects covered include experimental measurements of minimum biasExpand
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Casimir effect for moving bodies
The usual presentation of the Casimir effect refers to the presence of forces between uncharged macroscopic bodies due to the vacuum fluctuations. If the macroscopic bodies are put in relativeExpand
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Loss of coherence due to bremsstrahlung
It is shown that bremsstrahlung can give rise to a loss of coherence for quantum systems. Here a particular mechanism is analyzed, which makes use of the formal properties of the infrared radiationExpand
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Some considerations about the shape and size of a string
SummaryWith reference to the question recently raised about shape and size of a string, quasi-classical states of a bosonic string are defined as the states where the mean values of the position andExpand
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Incoherence and multiple parton interactions
At the LHC multiple parton interactions will represent an important feature of the minimum bias and of the underlying event, and will give important contributions in many channels of interest in theExpand
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Nonlogarithmic terms in the strong field dependence of the photon propagator
The modifications of the electromagnetic coupling in the presence of a strong external magnetic field are further investigated. The case of non-vanishing momentum transfers acid the inducedExpand
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Pair production in the field of a monopole with nonconserved quantum numbers
The production of a pair of charged fermions in the field of a static monopole is studied and the cross section is explicitly computed near the threshold for the process and an estimate is given forExpand
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ON THE RENORMALIZATION OF THE QUANTUM FIELD THEORY OF POINT - LIKE MONOPOLES AND CHARGES
The quantum field theory of point-like monopoles and charges is first formulated on a euclidean lattice for a convenient regularization. The regularization preserves the peculiar features of theExpand
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