The Effect of Small-x Resummations on the Evolution of Polarized Structure Functions

Abstract

The impact of the resummation of leading small-x terms in the anomalous dimensions is briefly summarized for the evolution of non–singlet and singlet polarized structure functions. Contribution to the Proceedings of the 12th Int. Symposium on High–Energy Spin Physics, Amsterdam, Sept. 10–14, 1996 The Effect of Small-x Resummations on the Evolution of Polarized Structure Functions Johannes Blümlein and Andreas Vogt (1) DESY–Zeuthen, Platanenallee 6, D–15735 Zeuthen, Germany (2) Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Würzburg, Am Hubland, D–97074 Würzburg, Germany ABSTRACT The impact of the resummation of leading small-x terms in the anomalous dimensions is briefly summarized for the evolution of non–singlet and singlet polarized structure functions.The impact of the resummation of leading small-x terms in the anomalous dimensions is briefly summarized for the evolution of non–singlet and singlet polarized structure functions.

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@inproceedings{Blmlein1996TheEO, title={The Effect of Small-x Resummations on the Evolution of Polarized Structure Functions}, author={Johannes Bl{\"{u}mlein and Andreas Vogt}, year={1996} }