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Using the largest data set available, we determine the best values that the data at t = 0 (total cross sections and real parts of the hadronic amplitudes) give for the intercepts and couplings of the soft pomeron and of the ρ/ω and a/f trajectories. We show that these data cannot discriminate between a simple-pole fit and asymptotic log 2 s and log s fits,(More)
We present predictions on the total cross sections and on the rho parameter for present and future pp and (-)pp colliders, and on total cross sections for gammap-->hadrons at cosmic-ray energies and for gammagamma-->hadrons up to sqrt[s]=1 TeV. These predictions are based on an extensive study of possible analytic parametrizations invoking the largest(More)
We present a preliminary report on the determination of the intercepts and couplings of the soft pomeron and of the ρ/ω and f /a trajectories from the largest data set available for all total cross sections and real parts of the hadronic amplitudes. 8 Factorization is reasonably satisfied by the pomeron couplings, which allows us to make predictions on γγ(More)
The program package in Mathematica language, which is extension of the standard package Mis-cellaneous'PhysicalConstants' [1] is proposed, for usage in applications where the maximum completeness of the estimated uncertainties of the fundamental constant values and their correlations is needed. The package consists of the database for physical constants and(More)
Proposal to correct the PDG and NIST/CODATA tables 1. In the last edition of the Review of Particle Physics [1] there are two different values of the Fermi coupling constant. The first estimate presented in the Table 1.1 (page 77) reads as G F /(ˉ hc) (2) is presented there in the Sec. 10 " Electroweak model and constraints on new physics " (page 98). From(More)