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Semianalytic Cascade Theory

@inproceedings{Domokos1994SemianalyticCT,
  title={Semianalytic Cascade Theory},
  author={G{\'a}bor Domokos and S. Kovesi‐Domokos},
  year={1994}
}
We give a simple, semianalytic theory of the development of the hadronic and neu-trino/muon components of a cascade induced by a primary which produces hadrons at the initial interaction. The main purpose of the theory is to allow the user to obtain quick, but reasonably reliable estimates of the longitudinal properties of such cascades developing in a medium, such as a stellar interior, the atmosphere and/or water. As an application, we discuss the possibility of discovering physics beyond the… 

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