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Monte Carlo Implementations of Diffraction at HERA

@article{Jung1998MonteCI,
title={Monte Carlo Implementations of Diffraction at HERA},
author={H. Jung},
journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
year={1998}
}

The Monte Carlo implementation of different approaches for diffractive scattering in $e - p$ collisions (resolved $\PO$, pQCD, soft color interactions) is described, with emphasis on the construction of the hadronic final state. Simple models for proton dissociation and exclusive vector meson production are described. A comparison of the different approaches is given.

Recent experimental results on the partonic structure of the photon and on the color singlet exchange in strong interaction processes are reviewed. At the LEP electron-positron and HERA lepton-proton… Expand

Improve formulas which describe the diffractive dissociation process in the triple Regge limit where the square of the missing mass [ital M][sub [ital X]] (the invariant mass of the bunch of secondary hadrons) is much larger than [vert bar][ital Q][sup 2][vert bar] and extend the range of validity to the region where this process is concerned.Expand

I discuss the impact of color-octet contributions to inclusive $J/\psi$ photoproduction at HERA. Emphasis is put on resolved photon processes and on $J/\psi$ polarization, which will be… Expand

It is shown why NP-hardness still holds when this subproblem Steiner trees is omitted by considering (highly) connected networks only and focussing on the satisfaction of the flow constraints, and how much effort in computation and implementation is really necessary to solve realistic scenarios in practice.Expand