Geometric scaling and QCD dynamics in DIS
(2007) In Journal of High Energy Physics p.2525 Abstract
 DIS data from HERA show a striking regularity as sigma(gamma*p) is a function of the ratio tau = Q(2)/Q(s)(2)(x) only. The scaling function shows a break at 7 t, which has been taken as an indication for saturation. However, besides saturation also the transition between dominance of k(perpendicular to)ordered (DGLAP) and k(perpendicular to)nonordered (BFKL) evolution contributes to a break around this value of 7, as well as the suppression for small Q(2) due to finite quark masses and confinement. In this paper we use a dipole cascade model based on Mueller's dipole model, which also includes energy conservation and pomeron mergings, to investigate the contributions of these different effects to the scaling behaviour. As a result we... (More)
 DIS data from HERA show a striking regularity as sigma(gamma*p) is a function of the ratio tau = Q(2)/Q(s)(2)(x) only. The scaling function shows a break at 7 t, which has been taken as an indication for saturation. However, besides saturation also the transition between dominance of k(perpendicular to)ordered (DGLAP) and k(perpendicular to)nonordered (BFKL) evolution contributes to a break around this value of 7, as well as the suppression for small Q(2) due to finite quark masses and confinement. In this paper we use a dipole cascade model based on Mueller's dipole model, which also includes energy conservation and pomeron mergings, to investigate the contributions of these different effects to the scaling behaviour. As a result we predict that the scaling function for tau < 1 will be modified when data for Q(2) > 1 GeV2 become available. We also investigate the scaling properties of the charm contribution and the impact parameter dependence of the saturation scale. (Less)
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 Avsar, Emil ^{LU} and Gustafson, Gösta ^{LU}
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 2007
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 Contribution to journal
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 published
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 PROTON STRUCTURE, HIGHENERGY, BFKL POMERON, STATISTICAL PHYSICS, phenomenological models, PICTURE, EVOLUTION, UNITARITY, COHERENCE, SCATTERING, SMALLX, deep inelastic scattering, QCD
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 Journal of High Energy Physics
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 4
 pages
 25  25
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 Springer
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 wos:000246396400067
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 10298479
 DOI
 10.1088/11266708/2007/04/067
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 English
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