A QCD analysis of high energy neutrino-nucleon interactions

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2003
Gamsızkan, Halil
In this thesis, a leading-order QCD analysis of structure functions in neutrinonucleon interactions is performed. From the CCFR nucleon structure function data, the QCD parameter Lambda has been extracted. This measurement also corresponds to a measurement of the strong coupling constant. Two fits to the data have been performed, the nonsinglet-only fit and the singlet-nonsinglet combined fit. The result for Lambda was found to be 289 +62 Ł59 ʹ76 MeV, where the errors are statistical and systematical, respectively. This result is compared to the world-wide measurements of this quantity. In order to verify the agreement, also the logarithmic slopes of the QCD model and the structure function data are calculated and compared.

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H. Gamsızkan, “A QCD analysis of high energy neutrino-nucleon interactions,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2003.