Energy correlations in electron-positron annihilation in quantum chromodynamics: Asymptotically free perturbation theory

@article{Basham1979EnergyCI,
  title={Energy correlations in electron-positron annihilation in quantum chromodynamics: Asymptotically free perturbation theory},
  author={C. Louis Basham and Lowell S. Brown and Stephen D. Ellis and Sherwin T. Love},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={1979},
  volume={19},
  pages={2018-2045}
}
In the absence of infrared mass singularities, the asymptotic behavior of cross sections for ${e}^{+}{e}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ annihilation in quantum chromodynamics can be expressed entirely in terms of the energy dependence of the renormalization-group running coupling constant. Since the theory is asymptotically free, the running coupling vanishes at high energy, and such infrared-finite cross sections can be calculated perturbatively. We extend previous work by calculating, through second order… Expand
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