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Is MIT bag model suitable for quark fragmentation process?

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Jun19-14, 07:30 AM
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MIT bag model is a famous model, which can be used for calculating quark distribution function in hadrons.
Fragmentation function shares a lot of similarities with distribution function.
So I wonder if we can use bag model to handle fragmentation process? What are the differences?
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