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Reggezation. How does it come about?

  1. Aug 10, 2010 #1
    Hey folks,

    i am reading about the BFKL equation and came across the reggezation of the exchanged gluons. Now, i understand what reggezation means but i don't see where it enters. Especially since most people simple write "virtual corrections enter via replacing the propagators by bla bla. this is called reggezation".

    So what i would like to see i a well-worked example where i can EXPLICITELY see that the radiative corrections are given be reggezised gluons... Does anyone have an idea where i can find that?

    Thanks
    earth2
     
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  3. Aug 16, 2010 #2

    diazona

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    I would love to see this as well. (Which is kind of sad because the BFKL equation is part of my likely thesis project and I really should know this stuff... if I manage to figure out I'll post here.)
     
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