Nucleon structure functions in the truncated moments approach

  title={Nucleon structure functions in the truncated moments approach},
  author={Dorota Str{\'o}zik-Kotlorz and S. V. Mikhailov and Oleg V. Teryaev and Andrzej Kotlorz},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
We demonstrate advantages of the truncated Mellin moments (TMM) approach in the analysis of DIS data. We present a novel method for determination of the Bjorken sum rule (BSR) from restricted in x variable experimental data. We show how to incorporate different uncertainties for each kinematic bin. We apply our analysis to recent COMPASS data. 
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