International Symposium on Vector Boson Self-Interactions: Proceedings of the Symposium on Vector Boson Self-Interactions

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Ulrich Baur, Steven Errede, Thomas Muller
American Inst. of Physics, 1996 - Science - 410 pages
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Provides an overview of he current theoretical and experimental understanding of trilinear and quartic vector boson couplings, and discusses the prospects for measuring these coupling in future experiments. Among the contributors are representatives of most of the major laboratories and universities tackling the problem in North America, Japan, and Europe. The 39 papers discuss WW and WZ production at the Tevatron, effective Langrangians and anomalous couplings, the Ward identities of the gauge invariant tree boson vertices, a functional approach to one-loop effects of a heavy Higgs boson, and other topics. No subject index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Gauge Symmetries and Vector Boson SelfInteractions f tl?
Status of the Electroweak Sector of the Standard Model
Precision Data from LEP

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Thomas Muller was Principal Research Associate at the Urban Institute until 1986 and is currently a consultant to government agencies on economic and fiscal issues.

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