We review the idea of generating non-extensive stationary distributions based on abstract composition rules of the subsystem energies, in particular the parton cascade method, using a Boltzmann… (More)

Nonadditive composition rules for several physical quantities are treated in thermodynamics. It is argued that the zeroth law defines the existence of their additive forms, the formal logarithms. A… (More)

Certain fluctuations in particle number, n, at fixed total energy, E, lead exactly to a cut-power law distribution in the one-particle energy, ω, via the induced fluctuations in the phase-space… (More)

Different hadron transverse momentum spectra are calculated in a non-extensive statistical, quark-coalescence model. We suggest that extreme relativistic kinematics may be responsible for power-law… (More)

The analysis of high-energy particle collisions is an excellent testbed for the non-extensive statistical approach. In these reactions we are far from the thermodynamical limit. In small colliding… (More)

After discussing some hints for possible masses of quasiparticles in quark matter on the basis of lattice equation of state, we present pion and kaon transverse spectra obtained by recombining quarks… (More)