Handbook of Perturbative QCD
by George Sterman, at al.
Publisher: CTEQ 2001
Number of pages: 194
The elements, theoretical basis, and experimental status of perturbative quantum chromodynamics are presented. Relevant field-theoretic methods are introduced at a nonspecialist level, along with a review of the basic ideas and methods of the parton model. This is followed by an account of the fundamental theorems of quantum chromodynamics, which generalize the parton model.
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