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strongly intensive measures for event by event fluctuations in nucleus nucleus collisions

Strongly Intensive Measures for Event-by-Event Fluctuations in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics,

Kiev, Ukraine

Mark Gorenstein

    • Model of Independent Sources
  • 2. Statistical Mechanics

M.I.G. and M. Gazdzicki, Phys Rev. C (2011)

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Model of Independent Sources

P*(a,b)

a

b

1

2

Ns

A = a1+a2+ … +aNs

P(Ns)

B = b1+ b2+ … + bNs

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Relation to Other Measures

Gazdzicki, Mrowczynski (1992)

Pruneau, Gavin, Voloshin(2002)

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CE and MCE

Hauer, Begun, M.I.G

Eur. Phys. J. (2008)

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?

If

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Summary

Two sets of fluctuation measures with strongly intensive properties

are introduced

We plan to consider:

1) Different pairs of intensive variables A and B

2) Different models (e.g., HSD, UrQMD)

3) Existing and future data