Evidence for intermittent patterns of fluctuations in particle production in high-energy interactions in nuclear emulsion
The method of scaled factorial moments is used to study short-range fluctuations in the pseudorapidity distributions of particles produced in high-energy interactions in nuclear emulsion. An intermittent behavior of the fluctuations is clearly observed in both proton (200 and 800 GeV) and oxygen (60 and 200 GeV/nucleon) beam interactions in emulsion. © 1989 The American Physical Society.
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Physical Review Letters
Holynski, R., Jurak, A., Olszewski, A., Wilczynska, B., Wilczynski, H., Wolter, W., Wosiek, B., Barbier, L., Jones, W., Pruet, O., Wefel, J., Amundson, J., Freier, P., Von Gersdorff, H., & Waddington, C. (1989). Evidence for intermittent patterns of fluctuations in particle production in high-energy interactions in nuclear emulsion. Physical Review Letters, 62 (7), 733-736. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.62.733