Particles and Fields: VII Mexican School of Particles and Fields and I Latin American Symposium on High Energy Physics / Edition 1

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The First Latin American Symposium on High Energy Physics and VII Mexican School of Particles and Fields brought together experts, recognized worldwide, who offered courses and plenary lectures of wide interest to students and researchers. Participants also took an active part by presenting research seminars on their work. This proceedings volume is divided into two parts: Experimental and Phenomenological High Energy Physics and Cosmology and Quantum Field Theory.

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Within one section on experimental and phenomenological high energy physics, and another on cosmology and quantum field theory, presents first the tutorial courses, then the lectures, then the seminars. On the empirical side are discussions of spectroscopy and the decays of charm and bottom, possible evidence for sparticles from collider data and some implications, gauge invariance and the unstable particle, an algebraic model of Baryon resonances, and other topics. Among the theoretical considerations are finite temperature field theory, a brief review of the origin of matter in the universe, bound states in quantum field theory, and environmentally friendly renormalization in finite temperature QCD. No subject index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

List of Committees
In Memoriam: Juan Jose Giambiagi, "Bocha" to those who knew him
In Memoriam: Juan Jose Giambiagi, A Latin American Physicist
Tutorial Course: Spectroscopy and Decays of Charm and Bottom 3
Tutorial Course: Experimental Top Quark Physics 57
Photoproduction of Charm Particles at Fermilab 91
Possible Evidence for Sparticles from Collider Data, and Some Implications 99
Francium Spectroscopy: Towards a Low Energy Test of the Standard Model 107
Antihydrogen 117
Connections Between Inclusive and Exclusive Semileptonic B Decay 127
From CP-violation to Hypernuclel: Physics Programme at the DA[Phi]NE [Phi]-factory 141
CERN's Large Hadron Collider Project 153
Spin in Semi-Inclusive DIS Processes 167
The Pierre Auger Observatory 175
Supersymmetric Scalar Masses, Z', and E(6) 181
Asymmetries and Correlations in Charm Production 189
Gauge Invariance and the Unstable Particle 199
Electron Beam Detector for the Experiment E831 at Fermilab 207
Coulomb Effects on Cold Kaons from Vlasov Dynamics 211
Non-resonant Contribution in Non-leptonic Charm Meson Decays 215
Algebraic Model of Baryon Resonances 220
New Particles and FCNC 225
The Charm of the Proton and the [Lambda][subscript c][superscript +] Production 231
Quark Mixing Possibilities in Extensions of the Standard Model and the Electromagnetic Current 237
Renormalization Group Equations for a Certain Class of Quark-Yukawa Couplings 245
Sea Contributions to Baryon Semileptonic Decays 249
Constraints on New Physics with Effective Lagrangians 255
The [Lambda[subscript 0]] Polarization and the Recombination Mechanism 261
Top Quark Interactions and the Nonlinear Chiral Lagrangian 265
VMD Approach to [actual symbol not reproducible] Decays 269
Chiral Sum Rules and Hadronic Models 273
S- and P-wave Kaon-Pion Phase Shifts from Chiral Perturbation Theory 277
Limits on Trilinear Gauge Boson Couplings at DO 283
Polarizabilities and Electromagnetic Decays of Hyperons in the Bound State Soliton Model 287
Tutorial Course: Symmetries and the Antibracket: The Batalin-Vilkovisky Method 293
Tutorial Course: Searching for a Theory of Mass 327
Tutorial Courses: Inflation, Topological Defects, and Baryogenesis: Selected Topics at the Interface between Particles & Fields and Cosmology 363
Tutorial Courses: Finite Temperature Field Theory 409
Black Hole Electromagnetic Duality 437
Dirac Supersymmetry Applications 447
Global Analysis of Duality Maps in Quantum Field Theory 459
Rigged Hilbert Space, Duality, and Cosmology 469
Heterotic-Type II Duality 477
Bosonization in More than Two Spacetime Dimensions 485
The Origin of Matter in the Universe: A Brief Review 497
Geon Statistics and UIR's of the Mapping Class Group 505
The Structures Underlying Soliton Solutions in Integrable Hierarchies 515
The Nambu-Goto Model, Perturbation Theory at Finite Temperature, and the [phi][superscript 4] Model 521
Gauge-Yukawa Unification in SU(5) Models 525
Bound States in Quantum Field Theory 531
Non Abelian Duality 535
Reality Conditions as Second Class Constraints 541
Axial Couplings in the World Line Formalism 545
Gauge and Gravitational Interactions with Local Scale Invariance 549
The Quantum Group of Seiberg-Witten Theory 555
Environmentally Friendly Renormalization in Finite Temperature QCD 559
Gauge Fixing and Gribov Problems in a Solvable Model 563
Graded External Symmetries and r-associativity 567
List of Participants 573
Author Index 577
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