Angular dependence of the radiative gluon spectrum

@article{Baier2001AngularDO,
  title={Angular dependence of the radiative gluon spectrum},
  author={Rudolf Baier and Yu.L. Dokshitzer and Alfred H. Mueller and Dominique Schiff},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2001},
  volume={64},
  pages={057902}
}
The induced momentum spectrum of soft gluons radiated from a high energy quark produced in and propagating through a QCD medium is reexamined in the BDMPS formalism. A mistake in our published work [Phys. Rev. C 60, 064902 (1999)] is corrected. The correct dependence of the fractional induced loss $R({\ensuremath{\theta}}_{\mathrm{cone}})$ as a universal function of the variable ${\ensuremath{\theta}}_{\mathrm{cone}}^{2}{L}^{3}\mathrm{q\ifmmode \hat{}\else \^{}\fi{}},$ where L is the size of… 
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