Masses of Fundamental Particles: Cargèse 1996 by Maurice Lévy

Masses of Fundamental Particles: Cargèse 1996

EditorMaurice Lévy, Jean Liopoulos, Raymond Gastmans

Hardcover | October 31, 1997

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Helps young researchers in elementary particle physics understand the origin of the masses, in 22 lectures from a short course held in August 1996 in Carg<_27_e>se, France. The topics include noncommutative geometry and the internal space of gauge theories, heavy-quark and light-quark masses, neutrino observations in the Italian Gallex experiment and their implications on solar neutrino spectroscopy, dark matter, masses beyond the standard model, some new salient features of the deep-inelastic scattering of HERA, and the structure of the proton phenomenology. Reproduced from typescripts. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Title:Masses of Fundamental Particles: Cargèse 1996Format:HardcoverDimensions:404 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.03 inPublished:October 31, 1997Publisher:Springer US

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Boson Masses in the Standard Model; D. Treille. Non-Commutative Geometry and the Internal Space of Gauge Theories; T. Krajewski. Top Quark Mass; J.L. Rosner. Unified Theories of Flavour with U(2) as Horizontal Group; A. Romanino. Heavy-Quark Masses; M. Neubert. Light-Quark Masses; H. Leutwyler. Weak Matrix Elements on the Lattice: Recent Developments in K-Physics; M. Talevi. Lepton Universality; A. Pich. Neutrino Mass; R.L. Mössbauer. Gallex Neutrino Observations and Its Implications on Solar Neutrino Spectroscopy; M. Altmann. Double Beta Decay Research-Present and Future; Y.G. Zdesenko. Neutrino Mass Models with an Abelian Family Symmetry; S. Lavignac. Dark Matter; J. Silk. Aspects of Dark Matter Direct Detection; L. Baudis, et al. Masses Beyond the Standard Model; D. Delepne. BPS States in Superstrings with Spontaneously Broken SUSY; C. Kounnas. Gaugino Condensation, Loop Corrections, and S-Duality Constraint; K. Saririan. Sme New Salient Features of Deep-Inelastic Scattering at HERA; J. Feltesse. Determination of the Gluon Structure Function Using Tagged Charm Events in Deep-Inelastic EP Collisions; C. Adloff. The Structure of the Proton Phenomenology; L. Schoeffel. Experimental Physics as LHC pp Collider; J.-J. Aubert. Index.