Bio


Recipient of the Watkins Physics Award and Visiting Professorship by the Watkins Foundations at Wichita State University in November, 2017.
Awarded the International Pomeranchuk Prize for 2015.
The Pomeranchuk Prize is a major international award for theoretical physics, awarded annually since 1998 by the Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP)
from Moscow to one international scientist and one Russian scientist, It is named after Russian physicist Isaak Yakovlevich Pomeranchuk, who together with Lev Landau,
established the Theoretical Physics Department of the Institute. The Laureates for 2015 were Professor Victor Fadin and myself.
Recipient of the 2007 J. J. Sakurai Prize in Theoretical Physics, awarded by the American Physical Society.
Honorary degree of doctor scientiarum honoris causa (dr.scient.h.c.) from Southern Denmark University
Alexander von Humboldt Distinguished U.S. Senior Scientist Award in 1987
Chair of the Hadron Physics Topical Physics Group (GHP) of the American Physical Society, 2010.

Academic Appointments


  • Emeritus Faculty, Acad Council, SLAC General Program

2021-22 Courses


All Publications


  • The diffractive contribution to deep inelastic lepton-proton scattering: Implications for QCD momentum sum rules and parton distributions PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Lyubovitskij, V. E., Schmidt, I. 2022; 824
  • Novel corrections to the momentum sum rule for nuclear structure functions PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Lyubovitskij, V. E., Schmidt, I. 2022; 824
  • Longitudinal dynamics and chiral symmetry breaking in holographic light-front QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D de Teramond, G. F., Brodsky, S. J. 2021; 104 (11)
  • Gluon matter distribution in the proton and pion from extended holographic light-front QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G., Liu, T., Sufian, R., Brodsky, S. J., Deur, A. 2021; 104 (11)
  • Reanalysis of the top-quark pair hadroproduction and a precise determination of the top-quark pole mass at the LHC CHINESE PHYSICS C Wang, S., Wu, X., Shen, J., Brodsky, S. J. 2021; 45 (11)
  • QCD hidden-color hexadiquark in the core of nuclei NUCLEAR PHYSICS A West, J., Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Goldhaber, A. S., Schmidt, I. 2021; 1007
  • Comparing light-front quantization with instant-time quantization PHYSICS REPORTS-REVIEW SECTION OF PHYSICS LETTERS Mannheim, P. D., Lowdon, P., Brodsky, S. J. 2021; 891: 1–65
  • Scale-fixed predictions for gamma + eta(c) production in electron-positron collisions at NNLO in perturbative QCD JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS Yu, H., Sang, W., Huang, X., Zeng, J., Wu, X., Brodsky, S. J. 2021
  • Constraints on charm-anticharm asymmetry in the nucleon from lattice QCD PHYSICS LETTERS B Sufian, R., Liu, T., Alexandru, A., Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H., Draper, T., Liu, K., Yang, Y. 2020; 808
  • Frame-independent spatial coordinate (z)over-tilde: Implications for light-front wave functions, deep inelastic scattering, light-front holography, and lattice QCD calculations PHYSICAL REVIEW C Miller, G. A., Brodsky, S. J. 2020; 102 (2)
  • Infinite-order scale-setting using the principle of maximum conformality: A remarkably efficient method for eliminating renormalization scale ambiguities for perturbative QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D Di Giustino, L., Brodsky, S. J., Wang, S., Wu, X. 2020; 102 (1)
  • Renormalization scale setting for heavy quark pair production in e(+) e(-) annihilation near the threshold region PHYSICAL REVIEW D Wang, S., Brodsky, S. J., Wu, X., Di Giustino, L., Shen, J. 2020; 102 (1)
  • Diffractive dissociation of alpha particles as a test of isophobic short-range correlations inside nuclei PHYSICS LETTERS B West, J., Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Schmidt, I. 2020; 805
  • Unified Description of Polarized and Unpolarized Quark Distributions in the Proton PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Liu, T., Sufian, R., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H., Brodsky, S. J., Deur, A., HLFHS Collaboration 2020; 124 (8): 082003

    Abstract

    We propose a unified new approach to describe polarized and unpolarized quark distributions in the proton based on the gauge-gravity correspondence, light-front holography, and the generalized Veneziano model. We find that the spin-dependent quark distributions are uniquely determined in terms of the unpolarized distributions by chirality separation without the introduction of additional free parameters. The predictions are consistent with existing experimental data and agree with perturbative QCD constraints at large longitudinal momentum x. In particular, we predict the sign reversal of the polarized down-quark distribution in the proton at x=0.8±0.03, a key property of nucleon substructure which will be tested very soon in upcoming experiments.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.082003

    View details for Web of Science ID 000517288800009

    View details for PubMedID 32167366

  • Intrinsic charm production of doubly charmed baryons: Collider vs. fixed-target SCIENCE CHINA-PHYSICS MECHANICS & ASTRONOMY Vogt, R., Brodsky, S. J. 2019; 63 (2)
  • Novel method for the precise determination of the QCD running coupling from event shape distributions in electron-positron annihilation PHYSICAL REVIEW D Wang, S., Brodsky, S. J., Wu, X., Shen, J., Di Giustino, L. 2019; 100 (9)
  • Structure of light-front vacuum sector diagrams PHYSICS LETTERS B Mannheim, P. D., Lowdon, P., Brodsky, S. J. 2019; 797
  • The QCD renormalization group equation and the elimination of fixed-order scheme-and-scale ambiguities using the principle of maximum conformality PROGRESS IN PARTICLE AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS Wu, X., Shen, J., Du, B., Huang, X., Wang, S., Brodsky, S. J. 2019; 108
  • The spin structure of the nucleon REPORTS ON PROGRESS IN PHYSICS Deur, A., Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2019; 82 (7): 076201

    Abstract

    We review the present understanding of the spin structure of protons and neutrons, the fundamental building blocks of nuclei collectively known as nucleons. The field of nucleon spin provides a critical window for testing Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), the gauge theory of the strong interactions, since it involves fundamental aspects of hadron structure which can be probed in detail in experiments, particularly deep inelastic lepton scattering on polarized targets. QCD was initially probed in high energy deep inelastic lepton scattering with unpolarized beams and targets. With time, interest shifted from testing perturbative QCD to illuminating the nucleon structure itself. In fact, the spin degrees of freedom of hadrons provide an essential and detailed verification of both perturbative and nonperturbative QCD dynamics. Nucleon spin was initially thought of coming mostly from the spin of its quark constituents, based on intuition from the parton model. However, the first experiments showed that this expectation was incorrect. It is now clear that nucleon physics is much more complex, involving quark orbital angular momenta as well as gluonic and sea quark contributions. Thus, the nucleon spin structure remains a most active aspect of QCD research, involving important advances such as the developments of generalized parton distributions (GPD) and transverse momentum distributions (TMD). Elastic and inelastic lepton-proton scattering, as well as photoabsorption experiments provide various ways to investigate non-perturbative QCD. Fundamental sum rules-such as the Bjorken sum rule for polarized photoabsorption on polarized nucleons-are also in the non-perturbative domain. This realization triggered a vigorous program to link the low energy effective hadronic description of the strong interactions to fundamental quarks and gluon degrees of freedom of QCD. This has also led to advances in lattice gauge theory simulations of QCD and to the development of holographic QCD ideas based on the AdS/CFT or gauge/gravity correspondence, a novel approach providing a well-founded semiclassical approximation to QCD. Any QCD-based model of the nucleon's spin and dynamics must also successfully account for the observed spectroscopy of hadrons. Analytic calculations of the hadron spectrum, a long sought goal of QCD research, have now being realized using light-front holography and superconformal quantum mechanics, a formalism consistent with the results from nucleon spin studies. We begin this review with a phenomenological description of nucleon structure in general and of its spin structure in particular, aimed to engage non-specialist readers. Next, we discuss the nucleon spin structure at high energy, including topics such as Dirac's front form and light-front quantization which provide a frame-independent, relativistic description of hadron structure and dynamics, the derivation of spin sum rules, and a direct connection to the QCD Lagrangian. We then discuss experimental and theoretical advances in the nonperturbative domain-in particular the development of light-front holographic QCD and superconformal quantum mechanics, their predictions for the spin content of nucleons, the computation of PDFs and of hadron masses.

    View details for DOI 10.1088/1361-6633/ab0b8f

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    View details for PubMedID 30818290

  • Isoscalar mesons and exotic states in light front holographic QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D Zou, L., Dosch, H., de Teramond, G. F., Brodsky, S. J. 2019; 99 (11)
  • Thrust distribution in electron-positron annihilation using the principle of maximum conformality PHYSICAL REVIEW D Wang, S., Brodsky, S. J., Wu, X., Di Giustino, L. 2019; 99 (11)
  • Using QCD counting rules to identify the production of gluonium PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Llanes-Estrada, F. J. 2019; 793: 405–10
  • Extending the predictive power of perturbative QCD EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C Du, B., Wu, X., Shen, J., Brodsky, S. J. 2019; 79 (3)
  • Color Confinement and Supersymmetric Properties of Hadron Physics from Light-Front Holography Brodsky, S. J., Bordalo, P., Barao, F., Bicudo, P., Bozzo, M., Cenci, P., Franco, C., Goncalo, R., Lazzeroni, C., Leonardo, N., McKenna, J., Ramos, S., Rubin, P., Seixas, J., Solomey, N. IOP PUBLISHING LTD. 2019
  • Supersymmetric and Conformal Features of Hadron Physics UNIVERSE Brodsky, S. J. 2018; 4 (11)
  • Exclusive production of J/psi + eta(c) at the B factories Belle and BABAR using the principle of maximum conformality PHYSICAL REVIEW D Sun, Z., Wu, X., Ma, Y., Brodsky, S. J. 2018; 98 (9)
  • Hadron Spectroscopy and Dynamics from Light-Front Holography and Superconformal Algebra Brodsky, S. J. SPRINGER WIEN. 2018
  • Supersymmetry in the double-heavy hadronic spectrum PHYSICAL REVIEW D Nielsen, M., Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H., Navarra, F. S., Zou, L. 2018; 98 (3)
  • Ridge effect, azimuthal correlations, and other novel features of gluonic string collisions in high energy photon-mediated reactions PHYSICAL REVIEW D Glazek, S. D., Brodsky, S. J., Goldhaber, A. S., Brown, R. W. 2018; 97 (11)
  • Hadronic superpartners from a superconformal and supersymmetric algebra PHYSICAL REVIEW D Nielsen, M., Brodsky, S. J. 2018; 97 (11)
  • Solution to the gamma gamma* -> eta(c) puzzle using the principle of maximum conformality PHYSICAL REVIEW D Wang, S., Wu, X., Sang, W., Brodsky, S. J. 2018; 97 (9)
  • Novel demonstration of the renormalization group invariance of the fixed-order predictions using the principle of maximum conformality and the C-scheme coupling PHYSICAL REVIEW D Wu, X., Shen, J., Du, B., Brodsky, S. J. 2018; 97 (9)
  • Universality of Generalized Parton Distributions in Light-Front Holographic QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS de Teramond, G. F., Liu, T., Sufian, R., Dosch, H., Brodsky, S. J., Deur, A., HLFHS Collaboration 2018; 120 (18): 182001

    Abstract

    The structure of generalized parton distributions is determined from light-front holographic QCD up to a universal reparametrization function w(x) which incorporates Regge behavior at small x and inclusive counting rules at x→1. A simple ansatz for w(x) that fulfills these physics constraints with a single-parameter results in precise descriptions of both the nucleon and the pion quark distribution functions in comparison with global fits. The analytic structure of the amplitudes leads to a connection with the Veneziano model and hence to a nontrivial connection with Regge theory and the hadron spectrum.

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  • Supersymmetric Properties of Hadron Physics from Light-Front Holography and Superconformal Algebra and other Advances in Light-Front QCD FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Brodsky, S. J. 2018; 59 (3)
  • A precise determination of the top-quark pole mass EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C Wang, S., Wu, X., Si, Z., Brodsky, S. J. 2018; 78 (3)
  • QCD constituent counting rules for neutral vector mesons PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Lebed, R. F., Lyubovitskij, V. E. 2018; 97 (3)
  • Physics perspectives with AFTER@LHC (A Fixed Target ExpeRiment at LHC) Massacrier, L., Anselmino, M., Arnaldi, R., Brodsky, S. J., Chambert, V., Da Silva, C., Didelez, J. P., Echevarria, M. G., Ferreiro, E. G., Fleuret, F., Gao, Y., Genolini, B., Hadjidakis, C., Hrivnacova, I., Kikola, D., Klein, A., Kurepin, A., Kusina, A., Lansberg, J. P., Lorce, C., Lyonnet, F., Martinez, G., Nass, A., Pisano, C., Robbe, P., Schienbein, I., Schlegel, M., Scomparin, E., Seixas, J., Shao, H. S., Signori, A., Steffens, E., Szymanowski, L., Topilskaya, N., Trzeciak, B., Uggerhoj, U. I., Uras, A., Ulrich, R., Wagner, J., Yamanaka, N., Yang, Z., Mischke, A., Kuijer, P. E D P SCIENCES. 2018
  • Color Confinement, Hadron Dynamics, and Hadron Spectroscopy from Light-Front Holography and Superconformal Algebra ADVANCES IN HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS Brodsky, S. J. 2018
  • IceCube can constrain the intrinsic charm of the proton PHYSICAL REVIEW D Laha, R., Brodsky, S. J. 2017; 96 (12)
  • Rigorous constraints on the matrix elements of the energy-momentum tensor PHYSICS LETTERS B Lowdon, P., Chiu, K., Brodsky, S. J. 2017; 774: 1–6
  • Implications of the principle of maximum conformality for the QCD strong coupling PHYSICS LETTERS B Deur, A., Shen, J., Wu, X., Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2017; 773: 98–104
  • Advances in Light-Front QCD: Supersymmetric Properties of Hadron Physics from Light-Front Holography and Superconformal Algebra FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Brodsky, S. J. 2017; 58 (3)
  • Novel all-orders single-scale approach to QCD renormalization scale-setting PHYSICAL REVIEW D Shen, J., Wu, X., Du, B., Brodsky, S. J. 2017; 95 (9)
  • Pre-Town Meeting on spin physics at an Electron-Ion Collider EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL A Aschenauer, E., Balitsky, I., Bland, L., Brodsky, S. J., Burkardt, M., Burkert, V., Chen, J., Deshpande, A., Diehl, M., Gamberg, L., Perdekamp, M. G., Huang, J., Hyde, C., Ji, X., Jiang, X., Kang, Z., Kubarovsky, V., Lajoie, J., Liu, K., Liu, M., Liuti, S., Melnitchouk, W., Mulders, P., Prokudin, A., Tarasov, A., Qiu, J., Radyushkin, A., Richards, D., Sichtermann, E., Stratmann, M., Vogelsang, W., Yuan, F. 2017; 53 (4)
  • Angular momentum conservation law in light-front quantum field theory PHYSICAL REVIEW D Chiu, K. Y., Brodsky, S. J. 2017; 95 (6)
  • Supersymmetry across the light and heavy-light hadronic spectrum. II PHYSICAL REVIEW D Dosch, H. G., de Teramond, G. F., Brodsky, S. J. 2017; 95 (3)
  • Analysis of nucleon electromagnetic form factors from light-front holographic QCD: The spacelike region PHYSICAL REVIEW D Sufian, R. S., de Teramond, G. F., Brodsky, S. J., Deur, A., Dosch, H. G. 2017; 95 (1)
  • QCD compositeness as revealed in exclusive vector boson reactions through double-photon annihilation: e(+)e(-) -> gamma gamma* -> gamma V-0 and e(+)e(-) -> gamma*gamma* -> (VV0)-V-0 PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Lebed, R. F., Lyubovitskij, V. E. 2017; 764: 174-179
  • LHC forward physics JOURNAL OF PHYSICS G-NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS Akiba, K., Akbiyik, M., Albrow, M., Arneodo, M., Avati, V., Baechler, J., Baillie, O. V., Bartalini, P., Bartels, J., Baur, S., Baus, C., Beaumont, W., Behrens, U., Berge, D., Berretti, M., Bossini, E., Boussarie, R., Brodsky, S., Broz, M., Bruschi, M., Bussey, P., Byczynski, W., Cabanillas Noris, J. C., Calvo Villar, E., Campbell, A., Caporale, F., Carvalho, W., Chachamis, G., CHAPON, E., Cheshkov, C., Chwastowski, J., Ciesielski, R., Chinellato, D., Cisek, A., Coco, V., Collins, P., Contreras, J. G., Cox, B., De Jesus Damiao, D., Davis, P., Deile, M., d'Enterria, D., Druzhkin, D., Ducloue, B., Dumps, R., Dzhelyadin, R., Dziurdzia, P., Eliachevitch, M., Fassnacht, P., Ferro, F., Fichet, S., Figueiredo, D., Field, B., Finogeev, D., Fiore, R., Forshaw, J., Gago Medina, A., Gallinaro, M., Granik, A., von Gersdorff, G., Giani, S., Golec-Biernat, K., Goncalves, V. P., Goettlicher, P., Goulianos, K., Grosslord, J., Harland-Lang, L. A., Van Haevermaet, H., Hentschinski, M., Engel, R., Herrera Corral, G., Hollar, J., HUERTAS, L., Johnson, D., Katkov, I., Kepka, O., Khakzad, M., Kheyn, L., Khachatryan, V., Khoze, V. A., Klein, S., van Klundert, M., Krauss, F., Kurepin, A., Kurepin, N., Kutak, K., Kuznetsova, E., Latino, G., Lebiedowicz, P., Lenzi, B., Lewandowska, E., Liu, S., Luszczak, A., Luszczak, M., Madrigal, J. D., Mangano, M., Marcone, Z., Marquet, C., Martin, A. D., Martin, T., Martinez Hernandez, M. I., Martins, C., Mayer, C., Mc Nulty, R., Van Mechelen, P., Macula, R., Melo da Costa, E., Mertzimekis, T., Mesropian, C., Mieskolainen, M., MINAFRA, N., Monzon, I. L., Mundim, L., Murdaca, B., Murray, M., Niewiadowski, H., Nystrand, J., de Oliveira, E. G., Orava, R., Ostapchenko, S., Osterberg, K., Panagiotou, A., Papa, A., Pasechnik, R., Peitzmann, T., Perez Moreno, L. A., Pierog, T., Pinfold, J., Poghosyan, M., Pol, M. E., Prado, W., Popov, V., RANGEL, M., Reshetin, A., Revol, J., Rijssenbeek, M., Rodriguez, M., Roland, B., Royon, C., Ruspa, M., Ryskin, M., Sabio Vera, A., Safronov, G., Sako, T., Schindler, H., Salek, D., Safarik, K., Saimpert, M., Santoro, A., SCHICKER, R., Seger, J., Sen, S., Shabanov, A., Schafer, W., Gil Da Silveira, G., Skands, P., Soluk, R., Van Spilbeeck, A., Staszewski, R., Stevenson, S., STIRLING, W. J., Strikman, M., Szczurek, A., Szymanowski, L., Takaki, J. D., Tasevsky, M., Taesoo, K., Thomas, C., Torres, S. R., Tricomi, A., TRZEBINSKI, M., Tsybychev, D., Turini, N., Ulrich, R., Usenko, E., VARELA, J., Lo Vetere, M., Villatoro Tello, A., Vilela Pereira, A., Volyanskyy, D., Wallon, S., Wilkinson, G., Woehrmann, H., Zapp, K. C., Zoccarato, Y. 2016; 43 (11)
  • Application of the principle of maximum conformality to the hadroproduction of the Higgs boson at the LHC PHYSICAL REVIEW D Wang, S., Wu, X., Brodsky, S. J., Mojaza, M. 2016; 94 (5)
  • The QCD running coupling PROGRESS IN PARTICLE AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS Deur, A., Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2016; 90: 1-74
  • Novel QCD physics at NICA EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL A Brodsky, S. J. 2016; 52 (8)
  • Universal effective hadron dynamics from superconformal algebra PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G., Lorce, C. 2016; 759: 171-177
  • Light-Front Holography, Color Confinement, and Supersymmetric Features of QCD FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Brodsky, S. J. 2016; 57 (8): 703-715
  • Meson/baryon/tetraquark supersymmetry from superconformal algebra and light-front holography INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS A Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G., Lorce, C. 2016; 31 (19)
  • On the interface between perturbative and nonperturbative QCD PHYSICS LETTERS B Deur, A., Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2016; 757: 275-281
  • Importance of proper renormalization scale-setting for QCD testing at colliders FRONTIERS OF PHYSICS Wu, X., Wang, S., Brodsky, S. J. 2016; 11 (1)
  • Extended conformal symmetry in d not equal 4: Conformal symmetry of Abelian gauge theory in the physical sector PHYSICAL REVIEW D Chiu, K. Y., Brodsky, S. J. 2016; 93 (2)
  • Comment on "New Limits on Intrinsic Charm in the Nucleon from Global Analysis of Parton Distributions". Physical review letters Brodsky, S. J., Gardner, S. 2016; 116 (1): 019101

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.116.019101

    View details for PubMedID 26799047

  • Predictions for the top-quark forward-backward asymmetry at high invariant pair mass using the principle of maximum conformality PHYSICAL REVIEW D Wang, S., Wu, X., Si, Z., Brodsky, S. J. 2016; 93 (1)
  • Renormalization group invariance and optimal QCD renormalization scale-setting: a key issues review REPORTS ON PROGRESS IN PHYSICS Wu, X., Ma, Y., Wang, S., Fu, H., Ma, H., Brodsky, S. J., Mojaza, M. 2015; 78 (12)

    Abstract

    A valid prediction for a physical observable from quantum field theory should be independent of the choice of renormalization scheme--this is the primary requirement of renormalization group invariance (RGI). Satisfying scheme invariance is a challenging problem for perturbative QCD (pQCD), since a truncated perturbation series does not automatically satisfy the requirements of the renormalization group. In a previous review, we provided a general introduction to the various scale setting approaches suggested in the literature. As a step forward, in the present review, we present a discussion in depth of two well-established scale-setting methods based on RGI. One is the 'principle of maximum conformality' (PMC) in which the terms associated with the β-function are absorbed into the scale of the running coupling at each perturbative order; its predictions are scheme and scale independent at every finite order. The other approach is the 'principle of minimum sensitivity' (PMS), which is based on local RGI; the PMS approach determines the optimal renormalization scale by requiring the slope of the approximant of an observable to vanish. In this paper, we present a detailed comparison of the PMC and PMS procedures by analyzing two physical observables R(e+e-) and [Formula: see text] up to four-loop order in pQCD. At the four-loop level, the PMC and PMS predictions for both observables agree within small errors with those of conventional scale setting assuming a physically-motivated scale, and each prediction shows small scale dependences. However, the convergence of the pQCD series at high orders, behaves quite differently: the PMC displays the best pQCD convergence since it eliminates divergent renormalon terms; in contrast, the convergence of the PMS prediction is questionable, often even worse than the conventional prediction based on an arbitrary guess for the renormalization scale. PMC predictions also have the property that any residual dependence on the choice of initial scale is highly suppressed even for low-order predictions. Thus the PMC, based on the standard RGI, has a rigorous foundation; it eliminates an unnecessary systematic error for high precision pQCD predictions and can be widely applied to virtually all high-energy hadronic processes, including multi-scale problems.

    View details for DOI 10.1088/0034-4885/78/12/126201

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  • Connecting the hadron mass scale to the fundamental mass scale of quantum chromodynamics PHYSICS LETTERS B Deur, A., BRODSKY, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2015; 750: 528-532
  • Supersymmetry across the light and heavy-light hadronic spectrum PHYSICAL REVIEW D Dosch, H. G., de Teramond, G. F., Brodsky, S. J. 2015; 92 (7)
  • A possible solution to the B -> pi pi puzzle using the principle of maximum conformality PHYSICS LETTERS B Qiao, C., Zhu, R., Wu, X., Brodsky, S. J. 2015; 748: 422-427
  • Degeneracy relations in QCD and the equivalence of two systematic all-orders methods for setting the renormalization scale PHYSICS LETTERS B Bi, H., Wu, X., Ma, Y., Ma, H., Brodsky, S. J., Mojaza, M. 2015; 748: 13-18
  • The Light-Front Schrodinger Equation and the Determination of the Perturbative QCD Scale from Color Confinement: A First Approximation to QCD FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Deur, A., Dosch, H. G. 2015; 56 (6-9): 621-632
  • Light-front holographic QCD and emerging confinement PHYSICS REPORTS-REVIEW SECTION OF PHYSICS LETTERS Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G., Erlich, J. 2015; 584: 1-105
  • QCD dynamics of tetraquark production PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Lebed, R. F. 2015; 91 (11)
  • Setting the renormalization scale in perturbative QCD: Comparisons of the principle of maximum conformality with the sequential extended Brodsky-Lepage-Mackenzie approach PHYSICAL REVIEW D Ma, H., Wu, X., Ma, Y., Brodsky, S. J., Mojaza, M. 2015; 91 (9)
  • Superconformal baryon-meson symmetry and light-front holographic QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D Dosch, H. G., de Teramond, G. F., Brodsky, S. J. 2015; 91 (8)
  • Baryon spectrum from superconformal quantum mechanics and its light-front holographic embedding PHYSICAL REVIEW D de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G., Brodsky, S. J. 2015; 91 (4)
  • Exclusive processes and the fundamental structure of hadrons INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS A Brodsky, S. J. 2015; 30 (2)
  • A Review of the Intrinsic Heavy Quark Content of the Nucleon ADVANCES IN HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS BRODSKY, S. J., Kusina, A., LYONNET, F., Schienbein, I., Spiesberger, H., Vogt, R. 2015
  • Application of the principle of maximum conformality to the top-quark charge asymmetry at the LHC PHYSICAL REVIEW D Wang, S., Wu, X., Si, Z., Brodsky, S. J. 2014; 90 (11)
  • Effective confining potentials for QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D Trawinski, A. P., Glazek, S. D., Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G. 2014; 90 (7)
  • Electron g-2 in Light-front Quantization PHYSICS LETTERS B Zhao, X., Honkanen, H., Maris, P., Vary, J. P., Brodsky, S. J. 2014; 737: 65-69
  • Dynamical Picture for the Formation and Decay of the Exotic XYZ Mesons PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Brodsky, S. J., Hwang, D. S., Lebed, R. F. 2014; 113 (11)

    Abstract

    We present a new dynamical picture that identifies the formation of the exotic c[over ¯]c-containing states XYZ with the confinement-induced hadronization of a rapidly separating pair of a compact diquark and antidiquark. This picture combines the advantages of diquark-based models, which can accommodate much of the known XYZ spectrum, with the experimental fact that such states are both relatively narrow and are produced promptly. It also naturally explains the preference of some of the exotic states to decay to ψ(2S), rather than J/ψ, in terms of a simple wave-function overlap effect.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.113.112001

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  • Reanalysis of the higher order perturbative QCD corrections to hadronic Z decays using the principle of maximum conformality PHYSICAL REVIEW D Wang, S., Wu, X., Brodsky, S. J. 2014; 90 (3)
  • Light-front holographic QCD and color confinement INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS A Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G. 2014; 29 (21)
  • Light-Front Holographic QCD and the Confinement Potential International Conference on Light-Cone Physics - Hadronic and Particle Physics (LC) Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2014: 1–9
  • QCD on the Light-Front FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G. 2014; 55 (5-7): 407-423
  • Applications of Basis Light-Front Quantization to QED International Conference on Light-Cone Physics - Hadronic and Particle Physics (LC) Vary, J. P., Zhao, X., Ilderton, A., Honkanen, H., Maris, P., Brodsky, S. J. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2014: 10–15
  • Threefold complementary approach to holographic QCD PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. E., Dosch, H. G. 2014; 729: 3-8
  • Systematic scale-setting to all orders: The principle of maximum conformality and commensurate scale relations PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Mojaza, M., Wu, X. 2014; 89 (1)
  • Spin physics at a fixed-target experiment at the LHC (AFTER@LHC) PHYSICS OF PARTICLES AND NUCLEI Rakotozafindrabe, A., Anselmino, M., Arnaldi, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Chambert, V., Didelez, J. P., Genolini, B., Ferreiro, E. G., Fleuret, F., Hadjidakis, C., Lansberg, J. P., Lorce, C., Rosier, P., Schienbein, I., Scomparin, E., Uggerhoj, U. I. 2014; 45 (1): 336-337
  • Novel six-quark hidden-color dibaryon states in QCD PHYSICS LETTERS B Bashkanov, M., Brodsky, S. J., CLEMENT, H. 2013; 727 (4-5): 438-442
  • Linear polarization of gluons and photons in unpolarized collider experiments JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS Pisano, C., Boer, D., Brodsky, S. J., Buffing, M. G., Mulders, P. J. 2013
  • Possible multiparticle ridge-like correlations in very high multiplicity proton-proton collisions PHYSICS LETTERS B Bjorken, J. D., Brodsky, S. J., Goldhaber, A. S. 2013; 726 (1-3): 344-346
  • The renormalization scale-setting problem in QCD PROGRESS IN PARTICLE AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS Wu, X., Brodsky, S. J., Mojaza, M. 2013; 72: 44-98
  • Single-spin asymmetries in semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering and Drell-Yan processes PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Hwang, D. S., Kovchegov, Y. V., Schmidt, I., Sievert, M. D. 2013; 88 (1)
  • STUDIES OF NUCLEON RESONANCE STRUCTURE IN EXCLUSIVE MESON ELECTROPRODUCTION INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS E-NUCLEAR PHYSICS Aznauryan, I. G., Bashir, A., Braun, V. M., BRODSKY, S. J., Burkert, V. D., Chang, L., Chen, C., El-Bennich, B., Cloet, I. C., Cole, P. L., Edwards, R. G., Fedotov, G. V., GIANNINI, M. M., Gothe, R. W., Gross, F., Lin, H., Kroll, P., Lee, T. H., Melnitchouk, W., Mokeev, V. I., Pena, M. T., Ramalho, G., Roberts, C. D., Santopinto, E., de Teramond, G. F., Tsushima, K., Wilson, D. J. 2013; 22 (6)
  • Systematic All-Orders Method to Eliminate Renormalization-Scale and Scheme Ambiguities in Perturbative QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Mojaza, M., Brodsky, S. J., Wu, X. 2013; 110 (19)

    Abstract

    We introduce a generalization of the conventional renormalization schemes used in dimensional regularization, which illuminates the renormalization scheme and scale ambiguities of perturbative QCD predictions, exposes the general pattern of nonconformal {β(i)} terms, and reveals a special degeneracy of the terms in the perturbative coefficients. It allows us to systematically determine the argument of the running coupling order by order in perturbative QCD in a form which can be readily automatized. The new method satisfies all of the principles of the renormalization group and eliminates an unnecessary source of systematic error.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.110.192001

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  • Ultra-relativistic heavy-ion physics with AFTER@LHC NUCLEAR PHYSICS A Rakotozafindrabe, A., Arnaldi, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Chambert, V., Didelez, J. P., Genohni, B., Ferreiro, E. G., Fleuret, F., Hadjidakis, C., Lansberg, J. P., Rosier, P., Sehienbein, I., Scomparin, E., Uggerhoj, U. I. 2013; 904: 957C-960C
  • Kinematical and dynamical aspects of higher-spin bound-state equations in holographic QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D de Teramond, G. F., Dosch, H. G., Brodsky, S. J. 2013; 87 (7)
  • Physics opportunities of a fixed-target experiment using LHC beams PHYSICS REPORTS-REVIEW SECTION OF PHYSICS LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Fleuret, F., Hadjidakis, C., Lansberg, J. P. 2013; 522 (4): 239-255
  • Setting the renormalization scale in QCD: The principle of maximum conformality PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Di Giustino, L. 2012; 86 (8)
  • Self-consistency requirements of the renormalization group for setting the renormalization scale PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Wu, X. 2012; 86 (5)
  • Eliminating the Renormalization Scale Ambiguity for Top-Pair Production Using the Principle of Maximum Conformality PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Brodsky, S. J., Wu, X. 2012; 109 (4)

    Abstract

    It is conventional to choose a typical momentum transfer of the process as the renormalization scale and take an arbitrary range to estimate the uncertainty in the QCD prediction. However, predictions using this procedure depend on the renormalization scheme, leave a nonconvergent renormalon perturbative series, and moreover, one obtains incorrect results when applied to QED processes. In contrast, if one fixes the renormalization scale using the principle of maximum conformality (PMC), all nonconformal {β(i)} terms in the perturbative expansion series are summed into the running coupling, and one obtains a unique, scale-fixed, scheme-independent prediction at any finite order. The PMC scale μ(R)(PMC) and the resulting finite-order PMC prediction are both to high accuracy independent of the choice of initial renormalization scale μ(R)(init), consistent with renormalization group invariance. As an application, we apply the PMC procedure to obtain next-to-next-to-leading-order (NNLO) predictions for the tt-pair production at the Tevatron and LHC colliders. The PMC prediction for the total cross section σ(tt) agrees well with the present Tevatron and LHC data. We also verify that the initial scale independence of the PMC prediction is satisfied to high accuracy at the NNLO level: the total cross section remains almost unchanged even when taking very disparate initial scales μ(R)(init) equal to m(t), 20m(t), and √s. Moreover, after PMC scale setting, we obtain A(FB)(tt)≃12.5%, A(FB)(pp)≃8.28% and A(FB)(tt)(M(tt)>450 GeV)≃35.0%. These predictions have a 1σ deviation from the present CDF and D0 measurements; the large discrepancy of the top quark forward-backward asymmetry between the standard model estimate and the data are, thus, greatly reduced.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.109.042002

    View details for Web of Science ID 000306651900003

    View details for PubMedID 23006077

  • Application of the principle of maximum conformality to top-pair production PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Wu, X. 2012; 86 (1)
  • A Large Hadron Electron Collider at CERN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS G-NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS Fernandez, J. L., Adolphsen, C., Akay, A. N., Aksakal, H., Albacete, J. L., Alekhin, S., Allport, P., Andreev, V., Appleby, R. B., Arikan, E., Armesto, N., Azuelos, G., Bai, M., Barber, D., Bartels, J., Behnke, O., Behr, J., Belyaev, A. S., Ben-Zvi, I., Bernard, N., Bertolucci, S., BETTONI, S., Biswal, S., Bluemlein, J., Boettcher, H., Bogacz, A., Bracco, C., Brandt, G., Braun, H., Brodsky, S., Bruening, O., Bulyak, E., Buniatyan, A., Burkhardt, H., Cakir, I. T., Cakir, O., Calaga, R., Cetinkaya, V., CIAPALA, E., Ciftci, R., Ciftci, A. K., Cole, B. A., Collins, J. C., Dadoun, O., Dainton, J., De Roeck, A., d'Enterria, D., Dudarev, A., Eide, A., Enberg, R., Eroglu, E., Eskola, K. J., Favart, L., Fitterer, M., Forte, S., Gaddi, A., Gambino, P., Morales, H. G., Gehrmann, T., Gladkikh, P., Glasman, C., Godbole, R., Goddard, B., Greenshaw, T., Guffanti, A., Guzey, V., Gwenlan, C., Han, T., Hao, Y., Haug, F., Herr, W., Herve, A., Holzer, B. J., Ishitsuka, M., Jacquet, M., Jeanneret, B., Jimenez, J. M., JOWETT, J. M., Jung, H., Karadeniz, H., Kayran, D., Kilic, A., Kimura, K., Klein, M., Klein, U., Kluge, T., Kocak, F., Korostelev, M., Kosmicki, A., Kostka, P., Kowalski, H., Kramer, G., Kuchler, D., Kuze, M., Lappi, T., Laycock, P., Levichev, E., Levonian, S., Litvinenko, V. N., Lombardi, A., Maeda, J., Marquet, C., Mellado, B., MESS, K. H., MILANESE, A., Moch, S., Morozov, I. I., Muttoni, Y., Myers, S., Nandi, S., Nergiz, Z., Newman, P. R., OMORI, T., Osborne, J., Paoloni, E., Papaphilippou, Y., Pascaud, C., Paukkunen, H., Perez, E., Pieloni, T., Pilicer, E., Pire, B., Placakyte, R., Polini, A., Ptitsyn, V., Pupkov, Y., Radescu, V., Raychaudhuri, S., Rinolfi, L., Rohini, R., Rojo, J., Russenschuck, S., Sahin, M., Salgado, C. A., Sampei, K., Sassot, R., Sauvan, E., Schneekloth, U., Schoerner-Sadenius, T., Schulte, D., Senol, A., Seryi, A., Sievers, P., Skrinsky, A. N., Smith, W., Spiesberger, H., Stasto, A. M., Strikman, M., Sullivan, M., Sultansoy, S., Sun, Y. P., Surrow, B., Szymanowski, L., Taels, P., Tapan, I., TASCI, T., Tassi, E., ten Kate, H., Terron, J., Thiesen, H., Thompson, L., Tokushuku, K., Garcia, R. T., Tommasini, D., Trbojevic, D., Tsoupas, N., Tuckmantel, J., Turkoz, S., Trinh, T. N., Tywoniuk, K., Unel, G., Urakawa, J., VANMECHELEN, P., Variola, A., Veness, R., Vivoli, A., Vobly, P., Wagner, J., Wallny, R., Wallon, S., WATT, G., Weiss, C., Wiedemann, U. A., Wienands, U., Willeke, F., Xiao, B., Yakimenko, V., Zarnecki, A. F., Zhang, Z., Zimmermann, F., Zlebcik, R., Zomer, F. 2012; 39 (7)
  • Quarkonium Physics at a Fixed-Target Experiment using the LHC Beams FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Lansberg, J. P., BRODSKY, S. J., Fleuret, F., Hadjidakis, C. 2012; 53 (1-2): 11-25
  • Application of the principle of maximum conformality to the top-quark forward-backward asymmetry at the Tevatron PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Wu, X. 2012; 85 (11)
  • Confinement contains condensates PHYSICAL REVIEW C Brodsky, S. J., Roberts, C. D., Shrock, R., Tandy, P. C. 2012; 85 (6)
  • Atoms in flight and the remarkable connections between atomic and hadronic physics 4th International Conference on Exotic Atoms and Related Topics (EXA) Brodsky, S. J. SPRINGER. 2012: 83–92
  • Light-Front Holography, Light-Front Wavefunctions, and Novel QCD Phenomena FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2012; 52 (3-4): 203-222
  • Electron Anomalous Magnetic Moment in Basis Light-Front Quantization Approach FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Zhao, X., Honkanen, H., Maris, P., Vary, J. P., Brodsky, S. J. 2012; 52 (3-4): 339-344
  • AdS/QCD and Applications of Light-Front Holography COMMUNICATIONS IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS Brodsky, S. J., Cao Fu-Guang, F. G., de Teramond, G. F. 2012; 57 (4): 641-664
  • Scale setting using the extended renormalization group and the principle of maximum conformality: The QCD coupling constant at four loops PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Wu, X. 2012; 85 (3)
  • Puzzles in Hadronic Physics and Novel Quantum Chromodynamics Phenomenology ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE SCIENCE, VOL 62 Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G., Karliner, M. 2012; 62: 1-35
  • Meson transition form factors in light-front holographic QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Cao, F., de Teramond, G. F. 2011; 84 (7)
  • Evolved QCD predictions for the meson-photon transition form factors PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Cao, F., de Teramond, G. F. 2011; 84 (3)
  • Isospin splittings of doubly heavy baryons PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Guo, F., Hanhart, C., Meissner, U. 2011; 698 (3): 251-255
  • Direct Probes of Linearly Polarized Gluons inside Unpolarized Hadrons PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Boer, D., Brodsky, S. J., Mulders, P. J., Pisano, C. 2011; 106 (13)

    Abstract

    We show that linearly polarized gluons inside unpolarized hadrons can be directly probed in jet or heavy quark pair production in electron-hadron collisions. We discuss the simplest cos2ϕ asymmetries and estimate their maximal value, concluding that measurements of the unknown linearly polarized gluon distribution in the proton should be feasible in future Electron-Ion Collider or Large Hadron electron Collider experiments. Analogous asymmetries in hadron-hadron collisions suffer from factorization breaking contributions and would allow us to quantify the importance of initial- and final-state interactions.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.106.132001

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    View details for PubMedID 21517375

  • The h expansion in quantum field theory PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Hoyer, P. 2011; 83 (4)
  • Electron in a Transverse Harmonic Cavity PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Honkanen, H., Maris, P., Vary, J. P., Brodsky, S. J. 2011; 106 (6)

    Abstract

    Recent experiments with heavy ions and planned experiments with ultraintense lasers require nonperturbative solutions to quantum field theory for predicting and interpreting the results. To propel this theoretical direction, we solve the nonperturbative problem of an electron in a strong transverse confining potential using Hamiltonian light-front quantum field theory. We evaluate both the invariant mass spectra and the anomalous magnetic moment of the lowest state for this two-scale system. The weak external field limit of the anomalous magnetic moment agrees with the result of QED perturbation theory within the anticipated accuracy.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.106.061603

    View details for Web of Science ID 000287357100006

    View details for PubMedID 21405457

  • Condensates in quantum chromodynamics and the cosmological constant PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Brodsky, S. J., Shrock, R. 2011; 108 (1): 45-50
  • QCD AND LIGHT-FRONT HOLOGRAPHY ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2010; 41 (12): 2605-2643
  • AdS/QCD, LIGHT-FRONT HOLOGRAPHY, AND THE NONPERTURBATIVE RUNNING COUPLING INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS A Brodsky, S. J., De Teramond, G., Deur, A. 2010; 25 (27-28): 5009-5024
  • Direct hadron production in hadronic collisions 15th High Energy Physics International Conference on Quantum Chromodynamics Arleo, F., Brodsky, S. J., Hwang, D. S., Sickles, A. M. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2010: 81–84
  • AdS/QCD and light front holography: A new approximation to QCD CHINESE PHYSICS C Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2010; 34 (9): 1229-1235
  • New perspectives on the quark condensate PHYSICAL REVIEW C Brodsky, S. J., Roberts, C. D., Shrock, R., Tandy, P. C. 2010; 82 (2)
  • Higher-Twist Dynamics in Large Transverse Momentum Hadron Production PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Arleo, F., Brodsky, S. J., Hwang, D. S., Sickles, A. M. 2010; 105 (6)

    Abstract

    A scaling law analysis of the world data on inclusive large-p(⊥) hadron production in hadronic collisions is carried out. Significant deviations from leading-twist perturbative QCD predictions at next-to-leading order are observed, particularly at high x(⊥)=2p(⊥)/sqrt[s]. In contrast, the production of prompt photons and jets exhibits near-conformal scaling behavior in agreement with leading-twist expectations. These results indicate a non-negligible contribution of higher-twist processes in large-p(⊥) hadron production, where the hadron is produced directly in the hard subprocess, rather than by quark and gluon fragmentation. Predictions for the scaling exponents at RHIC and LHC are given. Triggering on isolated large-p(⊥) hadron production will enhance the higher-twist processes. We also note that the use of isolated hadrons as a signal for new physics can be affected by the presence of direct hadron production.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.105.062002

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    View details for PubMedID 20867975

  • Ab-initio Hamiltonian approach to light nuclei and to quantum field theory 54th Annual Nuclear Physical Symposium Vary, J. P., Honkanen, H., Li, J., Maris, P., Shirokov, A. M., BRODSKY, S. J., Harindranath, A., de Teramond, G. F., Ng, E. G., Yang, C., Sosonkina, M. INDIAN ACAD SCIENCES. 2010: 39–49
  • Nonperturbative QCD coupling and its beta function from light-front holography PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Deur, A. 2010; 81 (9)
  • Phases of augmented hadronic light-front wave functions PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Pasquini, B., Xiao, B., Yuan, F. 2010; 687 (4-5): 327-330
  • Heavy-quarkonium production in high energy proton-proton collisions at RHIC PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Lansberg, J. 2010; 81 (5)
  • Hamiltonian light-front field theory in a basis function approach PHYSICAL REVIEW C Vary, J. P., Honkanen, H., Li, J., Maris, P., BRODSKY, S. J., Harindranath, A., de Teramond, G. F., Sternberg, P., Ng, E. G., Yang, C. 2010; 81 (3)
  • Timelike virtual compton scattering from electron-positron radiative annihilation PHYSICAL REVIEW D Afanasev, A., Brodsky, S. J., Carlson, C. E., Mukherjee, A. 2010; 81 (3)
  • Dynamic versus Static Hadronic Structure Functions NUCLEAR PHYSICS A Brodsky, S. J. 2009; 827 (1-4): 327C-332C
  • Production of the smallest QED atom: true microonium (micro+micro-). Physical review letters Brodsky, S. J., Lebed, R. F. 2009; 102 (21): 213401-?

    Abstract

    The "true microonium" (micro+micro-) and "true tauonium" (tau+tau-) bound states are not only the heaviest, but also the most compact pure QED systems. The rapid weak decay of the tau makes the observation of true tauonium difficult. However, as we show, the production and study of true microonium is possible at modern electron-positron colliders.

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  • Production of the Smallest QED Atom: True Muonium (mu(+)mu(-)) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Brodsky, S. J., Lebed, R. F. 2009; 102 (21)
  • Light-Front Holography: A First Approximation to QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS de Teramond, G. F., Brodsky, S. J. 2009; 102 (8)

    Abstract

    Starting from the Hamiltonian equation of motion in QCD, we identify an invariant light-front coordinate zeta which allows the separation of the dynamics of quark and gluon binding from the kinematics of constituent spin and internal orbital angular momentum. The result is a single-variable light-front Schrödinger equation for QCD which determines the eigenspectrum and the light-front wave functions of hadrons for general spin and orbital angular momentum. This light-front wave equation is equivalent to the equations of motion which describe the propagation of spin-J modes on anti-de Sitter (AdS) space.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.081601

    View details for Web of Science ID 000263816200010

    View details for PubMedID 19257731

  • Local two-photon couplings and the J=0 fixed pole in real and virtual Compton scattering PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Llanes-Estrada, F. J., Szczepaniak, A. P. 2009; 79 (3)
  • Higgs hadroproduction at large Feynman x NUCLEAR PHYSICS B Brodsky, S. J., Goldhaber, A. S., Kopeliovich, B. Z., Schmitdt, I. 2009; 807 (1-2): 334-347
  • Light-Front Holography and Novel Effects in QCD 13th Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. AMER INST PHYSICS. 2009: 311–326
  • AdS/QCD and its Holographic Light-Front Partonic Representation DIFFRACTION 2008 de Teramond, G. F., Brodsky, S. J. 2009; 1105: 335-?
  • Dynamic versus Static Structure Functions and Novel Diffractive Effects in QCD International Workshop on Diffraction in High Energy Physics Brodsky, S. J. AMER INST PHYSICS. 2009: 315–322
  • The baryon anomaly: Evidence for color transparency and direct hadron production at RHIC PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Sickles, A. 2008; 668 (2): 111-115
  • Maximum wavelength of confined quarks and gluons and properties of quantum chromodynamics PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Shrock, R. 2008; 666 (1): 95-99
  • Light-front dynamics and AdS/QCD correspondence: Gravitational form factors of composite hadrons PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2008; 78 (2)
  • Light-front dynamics and AdS/QCD correspondence: The pion form factor in the space- and time-like regions PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2008; 77 (5)
  • Light-Front Holography and Hadronization at the Amplitude Level SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERSPECTIVES IN HADRONIC PHYSICS Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F., Shrock, R. 2008; 1056: 3-14
  • Effect of orbital angular momentum on valence-quark helicity distributions PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Avakian, H., Brodsky, S. J., Deur, A., Yuan, F. 2007; 99 (8)

    Abstract

    We study the quark helicity distributions at large x in perturbative QCD, taking into account contributions from the valence Fock states of the nucleon which have nonzero orbital angular momentum. We find that the quark orbital angular momentum contributes a large logarithm to the negative helicity quark distributions in addition to its power behavior, scaling as (1-x){5}log{2}(1-x) in the limit of x-->1. Our analysis shows that the ratio of the polarized over unpolarized down quark distributions, Deltad/d, will still approach 1 in this limit. By comparing with the experimental data, we find that this ratio should cross zero at x approximately 0.75.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.082001

    View details for Web of Science ID 000248984900010

    View details for PubMedID 17930941

  • Hadron spectroscopy and structure from AdS/CFT EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL A Brodsky, S. J. 2007; 31 (4): 638-644
  • The conformal template and new perspectives for quantum chromodynamics PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT Brodsky, S. J. 2007: 76-94
  • Hadron optics in three-dimensional invariant coordinate space from deeply virtual Compton scattering PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Chakrabarti, D., Harindranath, A., Mukherjee, A., Vary, J. P. 2007; 75 (1)
  • Evidence for the absence of gluon orbital angular momentum in the nucleon PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Gardner, S. 2006; 643 (1): 22-28
  • Single transverse-spin asymmetries at large x PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Yuan, F. 2006; 74 (9)
  • Advances in light-front quantization and new perspectives for QCD from AdS/CFT NUCLEAR PHYSICS B-PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS BRODSKY, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2006; 161: 34-43
  • Hadron optics: Diffraction patterns in deeply virtual Compton scattering PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Chakrabarti, D., Harindranath, A., Mukherjee, A., Vary, J. P. 2006; 641 (6): 440-446
  • Form factors of the gauge-invariant three-gluon vertex PHYSICAL REVIEW D Binger, M., Brodsky, S. J. 2006; 74 (5)
  • Diffractive Higgs production from intrinsic heavy flavors in the proton PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Kopeliovich, B., Schmidt, I., Soffer, J. 2006; 73 (11)
  • Scaling properties of high (PT) inclusive hadron production PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Pirner, H. J., Raufeisen, J. 2006; 637 (1-2): 58-63
  • Renormalization scale-fixing for complex scattering amplitudes EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C Brodsky, S. J., Llanes-Estrada, F. J. 2006; 46 (3): 751-758
  • Hadronic spectra and light-front wave functions in holographic QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2006; 96 (20)

    Abstract

    We show how the string amplitude phi(z) defined on the fifth dimension in AdS5 space can be precisely mapped to the light-front wave functions of hadrons in physical space-time. We find an exact correspondence between the holographic variable z and an impact variable zeta, which represents the measure of transverse separation of the constituents within the hadrons. In addition, we derive effective four dimensional Schrödinger equations for the bound states of massless quarks and gluons which exactly reproduce the anti-de Sitter conformal field theory results and give a realistic description of the light-quark meson and baryon spectrum as well as the form factors for space-like Q2. Only one parameter which sets the mass scale, lambda(QCD), is introduced.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.201601

    View details for Web of Science ID 000237847000009

    View details for PubMedID 16803163

  • Two-boson truncation of Pauli-Villars-regulated Yukawa theory ANNALS OF PHYSICS BRODSKY, S. J., Hiller, J. R., McCartor, G. 2006; 321 (5): 1240-1264
  • Exclusive two-photon processes in QCD ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B Brodsky, S. J. 2006; 37 (3): 905-918
  • Photon-photon collisions - Past and future ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B Brodsky, S. J. 2006; 37 (3): 619-632
  • Applications of AdS/CFT duality to QCD INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS A BRODSKY, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2006; 21 (4): 762-768
  • Discrete symmetries on the light front and a general relation connecting the nucleon electric dipole and anomalous magnetic moments PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Gardner, S., Hwang, D. S. 2006; 73 (3)
  • Hadron spectroscopy and wavefunctions in QCD and the AdS/CIFT correspondence HADRON SPECTROSCOPY BRODSKY, S. J., de Teramond, G. F. 2006; 814: 108-?
  • Two-photon exchange contribution to elastic electron-nucleonscattering at large momentum transfer PHYSICAL REVIEW D Afanasev, A. V., Brodsky, S. J., Carlson, C. E., Chen, Y. C., Vanderhaeghen, M. 2005; 72 (1)
  • Finite-temperature field theory on the light front FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Raufeisen, J., Brodsky, S. J. 2005; 36 (1-4): 225-230
  • New results in light-front phenomenology FEW-BODY SYSTEMS Brodsky, S. J. 2005; 36 (1-4): 35-52
  • Hadronic spectrum of a holographic dual of QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS de Teramond, G. F., BRODSKY, S. J. 2005; 94 (20)

    Abstract

    We compute the spectrum of light hadrons in a holographic dual of QCD defined on AdS5 x S5 which has conformal behavior at short distances and confinement at large interquark separation. Specific hadrons are identified by the correspondence of string modes with the dimension of the interpolating operator of the hadron's valence Fock state. Higher orbital excitations are matched quanta to quanta with fluctuations about the AdS background. Since only one parameter, the QCD scale Lambda(QCD), is used, the agreement with the pattern of physical states is remarkable. In particular, the ratio of delta to nucleon trajectories is determined by the ratio of zeros of Bessel functions.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.201601

    View details for Web of Science ID 000229398100009

    View details for PubMedID 16090235

  • Hard diffraction from parton rescattering in QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Enberg, R., Hoyer, P., Ingelman, G. 2005; 71 (7)
  • Novel aspects of QCD in leptoproduction EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL A Brodsky, S. J. 2005; 24: 129-135
  • Constraints on proton structure from precision atomic-physics measurements PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Brodsky, S. J., Carlson, C. E., Hiller, J. R., Hwang, D. S. 2005; 94 (2)

    Abstract

    Ground-state hyperfine splittings in hydrogen and muonium are very well measured. Their difference, after correcting for magnetic moment and reduced mass effects, is due solely to proton structure-the large QED contributions for a pointlike nucleus essentially cancel. The rescaled hyperfine difference depends on the Zemach radius, a fundamental measure of the proton, computed as an integral over a product of electric and magnetic proton form factors. The determination of the Zemach radius, (1.019+/-0.016) fm, from atomic physics tightly constrains fits to accelerator measurements of proton form factors. Conversely, we can use muonium data to extract an experimental value for QED corrections to hydrogenic hyperfine data. There is a significant discrepancy between measurement and theory, in the same direction as a corresponding discrepancy in positronium.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.022001

    View details for Web of Science ID 000226478900015

    View details for PubMedID 15698164

  • Baryonic states in QCD from gauge/string duality at large N-C LARGE NC QCD 2004, PROCEEDINGS de Teramond, G. F., Brodsky, S. J. 2005: 290-301
  • A nonperturbative calculation of the electron's magnetic moment NUCLEAR PHYSICS B BRODSKY, S. J., Franke, V. A., Hiller, J. R., McCartor, D., Paston, S. A., Prokhvatilov, E. 2004; 703 (1-2): 333-362
  • Nuclear antishadowing in neutrino deep inelastic scattering PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Schmidt, I., Yang, J. J. 2004; 70 (11)
  • Statistical physics and light-front quantization PHYSICAL REVIEW D Raufeisen, J., Brodsky, S. J. 2004; 70 (8)
  • Partonic calculation of the two-photon exchange contribution to elastic electron-proton scattering at large momentum transfer PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Chen, Y. C., Afanasev, A., BRODSKY, S. J., Carlson, C. E., Vanderhaeghen, M. 2004; 93 (12)

    Abstract

    We estimate the two-photon exchange contribution to elastic electron-proton scattering at large momentum transfer through the scattering off a parton in the proton. We relate the two-photon exchange amplitude to the generalized parton distributions which appear in hard exclusive processes. We find that when taking the polarization transfer determinations of the form factors as input, adding in the 2-photon correction does reproduce the Rosenbluth cross sections.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.122301

    View details for Web of Science ID 000223923800022

    View details for PubMedID 15447254

  • Physical renormalization schemes and grand unification PHYSICAL REVIEW D Binger, M., Brodsky, S. J. 2004; 69 (9)
  • Covariant structure of light-front wave functions and the behavior of hadronic form factors PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Hiller, J. R., Hwang, D. S., Karmanov, V. A. 2004; 69 (7)
  • Light-front hadron dynamics and AdS/CFT correspondence PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., de Teramond, G. R. 2004; 582 (3-4): 211-221
  • Single-spin polarization effects and the determination of timelike proton form factors PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Carlson, C. E., Hiller, J. R., Hwang, D. S. 2004; 69 (5)
  • Conformal aspects of QCD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COLOR CONFINEMENT AND HADRONS IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS Brodsky, S. J. 2004: 164-175
  • Conformal symmetry as a template for QCD CONTINUOUS ADVANCES IN QCD 2004, PROCEEDINGS Brodsky, S. J. 2004: 30-43
  • Hard photodisintegration of a proton pair in He-3 PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Frankfurt, L., Gilman, R., Hiller, J. R., MILLER, G. A., Piasetzky, E., Sargsian, M., Strikman, M. 2004; 578 (1-2): 69-77
  • Hunting for glueballs in electron-positron annihilation PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Goldhaber, A. S., Lee, J. 2003; 91 (11)

    Abstract

    We calculate the cross section for the exclusive production of J(PC)=0(++) glueballs G0 in association with the J/psi in e(+)e(-) annihilation using the perturbative QCD factorization formalism. The required long-distance matrix element for the glueball is bounded by CUSB data from a search for resonances in radiative Upsilon decay. The cross section for e(+)e(-)-->J/psi+G0 at sqrt[s]=10.6 GeV is similar to exclusive charmonium-pair production e(+)e(-)-->J/psi+h for h=eta(c) and chi(c0), and is larger by a factor of 2 than that for h=eta(c)(2S). As the subprocesses gamma(*)-->(cc)(cc) and gamma(*)-->(cc)(gg) are of the same nominal order in perturbative QCD, it is possible that some portion of the anomalously large signal observed by Belle in e(+)e(-)-->J/psiX may actually be due to the production of charmonium-glueball J/psiG(J) pairs.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.91.112001

    View details for Web of Science ID 000185288000011

    View details for PubMedID 14525415

  • Physics opportunities at a photon-photon collider INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS A Brodsky, S. J. 2003; 18 (16): 2871-2892
  • The mass renormalization of nonperturbative light-front Hamiltonian theory: an illustration using truncated, Pauli-Villars-regulated Yukawa interactions ANNALS OF PHYSICS BRODSKY, S. J., Hiller, J. R., McCartor, G. 2003; 305 (2): 266-285
  • Final-state interactions and single-spin asymmetries in semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS A Brodsky, S. J., Hwang, D. S., Schmidt, I. 2003; 18 (8): 1327-1334
  • Hadron spin dynamics INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS A Brodsky, S. J. 2003; 18 (8): 1531-1550
  • Behavior of the effective QCD coupling alpha(tau)(s) at low scales PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Menke, S., MERINO, C., Rathsman, J. 2003; 67 (5)
  • Initial-state interactions in the unpolarized Drell-Yan process PHYSICAL REVIEW D Boer, D., BRODSKY, S. J., Hwang, D. S. 2003; 67 (5)
  • Single hadronic-spin asymmetries in weak interaction processes PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Hwang, D. S., Schmidt, I. 2003; 553 (3-4): 223-228
  • Initial-state interactions and single-spin asymmetries in Drell-Yan processes NUCLEAR PHYSICS B Brodsky, S. J., Hwang, D. S., Schmidt, I. 2002; 642 (1-2): 344-356
  • Light-front formulation of the standard model PHYSICAL REVIEW D Srivastava, P. P., Brodsky, S. J. 2002; 66 (4)
  • Structure functions are not parton probabilities PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P., Marchal, N., Peigne, S., Sannino, F. 2002; 65 (11)
  • Physics at the light-front NUCLEAR PHYSICS B-PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS Brodsky, S. J. 2002; 108: 327-339
  • Final-state interactions and single-spin asymmetries in semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Hwang, D. S., Schmidt, I. 2002; 530 (1-4): 99-107
  • Exact solutions to Pauli-Villars-regulated field theories ANNALS OF PHYSICS BRODSKY, S. J., Hiller, J. R., McCartor, G. 2002; 296 (2): 406-424
  • Evading the CKM hierarchy: Intrinsic charm in B decays PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Gardner, S. 2002; 65 (5)
  • High-energy asymptotics of photon-photon collisions in QCD International Conference on Structure and Interactions of the Photon/14th International Workshop on Photon-Photon Collisions BRODSKY, S. J., Fadin, V. S., Kim, V. T., Lipatov, L. N., Pivovarov, G. B. WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBL CO PTE LTD. 2002: 178–181
  • High-energy QCD asymptotic behavior of photon-photon collisions JETP LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Fadin, V. S., Kim, V. T., Lipatov, L. N., Pivovarov, G. B. 2002; 76 (5): 249-252
  • The Heisenberg matrix formulation of quantum field theory FORTSCHRITTE DER PHYSIK-PROGRESS OF PHYSICS Brodsky, S. J. 2002; 50 (5-7): 503-511
  • Application of Pauli-Villars regularization and discretized light-cone quantization to a single-fermion truncation of Yukawa theory PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Hiller, J. R., McCartor, G. 2001; 64 (11)
  • QCD phenomenology and light-front wavefunctions ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B Brodsky, S. J. 2001; 32 (12): 4013-4067
  • Perturbative QCD and factorization of coherent pion photoproduction on the deuteron PHYSICAL REVIEW C BRODSKY, S. J., Hiller, J. R., Ji, C. R., MILLER, G. A. 2001; 64 (5)
  • Light-front-quantized QCD in the light-cone gauge: The doubly transverse gauge propagator PHYSICAL REVIEW D Srivastava, P. P., Brodsky, S. J. 2001; 64 (4)
  • Disentangling running coupling and conformal effects in QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Gardi, E., Grunberg, G., Rathsman, J. 2001; 63 (9)
  • Jet asymmetry in high energy diffractive production NUCLEAR PHYSICS B-PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS MERINO, C., BRODSKY, S. J., Rathsman, J. 2001; 96: 141-145
  • Light-cone wavefunction representation of deeply virtual Compton scattering NUCLEAR PHYSICS B Brodsky, S. J., Diehl, M., Hwang, D. S. 2001; 596 (1-2): 99-124
  • Photoproduction of charm near threshold PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Chudakov, E., Hoyer, P., Laget, J. M. 2001; 498 (1-2): 23-28
  • Light-cone representation of the spin and orbital angular momentum of relativistic composite systems NUCLEAR PHYSICS B Brodsky, S. J., Hwang, D. S., Ma, B. Q., Schmidt, I. 2001; 593 (1-2): 311-335
  • Two-photon exclusive processes in QCD PHOTON 2000 Brodsky, S. J. 2001; 571: 315-325
  • Jet asymmetry and the detection of Odderon exchange in DIS NUCLEAR PHYSICS B-PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS MERINO, C., BRODSKY, S. J., Rathsman, J. 2000; 86: 183-188
  • Perturbative QCD relations inspired by hypothetical tau leptons NUCLEAR PHYSICS B-PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTS Pelaez, J. R., BRODSKY, S. J., MERINO, C., Toumbas, N. 2000; 86: 216-219
  • Coherent contributions of nuclear mesons to electroproduction and the HERMES effect PHYSICS LETTERS B Miller, G. A., Brodsky, S. J., Karliner, M. 2000; 481 (2-4): 245-252
  • Light-front-quantized QCD in a covariant gauge PHYSICAL REVIEW D Srivastava, P. P., Brodsky, S. J. 2000; 61 (2)
  • Measuring the QCD Gell-Mann-Low Psi function PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., MERINO, C., Pelaez, J. R. 1999; 60 (11)
  • Two-loop scale dependence of the static QCD potential including quark masses PHYSICAL REVIEW D Brodsky, S. J., Melles, M., Rathsman, J. 1999; 60 (9)
  • Application of Pauli-Villars regularization and discretized light-cone quantization to a (3+1)-dimensional model PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Hiller, J. R., McCartor, G. 1999; 60 (5)
  • Odderon-Pomeron interference PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Rathsman, J., MERINO, C. 1999; 461 (1-2): 114-122
  • The QCD Pomeron with optimal renormalization JETP LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Fadin, V. S., Kim, V. T., Lipatov, L. N., Pivovarov, G. B. 1999; 70 (3): 155-160
  • Gluon virtuality and heavy sea-quark contributions to the spin-dependent g1 structure function PHYSICAL REVIEW D Bass, S. D., Brodsky, S. J., Schmidt, I. 1999; 60 (3)
  • Testing QCD with hypothetical tau leptons PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Pelaez, J. R., Toumbas, N. 1999; 60 (3)
  • Exact light-cone wavefunction representation of matrix elements of electroweak currents NUCLEAR PHYSICS B BRODSKY, S. J., Hwang, D. S. 1999; 543 (1-2): 239-252
  • Semi-exclusive processes: new probes of hadron structure PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Diehl, M., Hoyer, P., Peigne, S. 1999; 449 (3-4): 306-312
  • Nonperturbative renormalization and the electron's anomalous moment in large-alpha QED PHYSICAL REVIEW D Hiller, J. R., BRODSKY, S. J. 1999; 59 (1)
  • Analytic extension of the modified minimal subtraction renormalization scheme PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Gill, M. S., Melles, M., Rathsman, J. 1998; 58 (11)
  • The spin structure of a polarized photon PHYSICS LETTERS B Bass, S. D., Brodsky, S. J., Schmidt, I. 1998; 437 (3-4): 417-424
  • Pauli-Villars regulator as a nonperturbative ultraviolet regularization scheme in discretized light-cone quantization PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Hiller, J. R., McCartor, G. 1998; 58 (2)
  • Polarization asymmetry zero in heavy quark photoproduction and leptoproduction PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Schmidt, I. 1998; 423 (1-2): 145-150
  • Aspects of SU(N-c) gauge theories in the limit of small number of colors PHYSICS LETTERS B Brodsky, S. J., Huet, P. 1998; 417 (1-2): 145-153
  • Optimal renormalization scale and scheme for exclusive processes PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Ji, C. R., Pang, A., Robertson, D. G. 1998; 57 (1): 245-252
  • Pade approximants, optimal renormalization scales, and momentum flow in Feynman diagrams PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Ellis, J., Gardi, E., Karliner, M., Samuel, M. A. 1997; 56 (11): 6980-6992
  • Virtual photon scattering at high energies as a probe of the short distance Pomeron PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Hautmann, F., Soper, D. E. 1997; 56 (11): 6957-6979
  • Is J/Psi-nucleon scattering dominated by the gluonic van der Waals interaction? PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., MILLER, G. A. 1997; 412 (1-2): 125-130
  • Intrinsic charm of vector mesons: A possible solution of the ''rho pi puzzle'' PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Karliner, M. 1997; 78 (25): 4682-4685
  • Rapidity gaps in perturbative QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P., Magnea, L. 1997; 55 (9): 5585-5597
  • Probing the QCD pomeron in e(+)e(-) collisions PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Hautmann, F., Soper, D. E. 1997; 78 (5): 803-806
  • Asymmetric quark/anti-quark hadronization in e(+)e(-) annihilation PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Ma, B. Q. 1997; 392 (3-4): 452-456
  • Charmed hadron asymmetries in the intrinsic charm coalescence model NUCLEAR PHYSICS B Vogt, R., BRODSKY, S. J. 1996; 478 (1-2): 311-332
  • The quark-antiquark asymmetry of the nucleon sea PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Ma, B. Q. 1996; 381 (1-3): 317-324
  • The generalized Crewther relation in QCD and its experimental consequences PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., GABADADZE, G. T., Kataev, A. L., Lu, H. J. 1996; 372 (1-2): 133-140
  • SYSTEMATICS OF HEAVY-QUARK PRODUCTION IN HIGH-ENERGY ELECTRON-PROTON COLLISIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Tang, W. K., Hoyer, P. 1995; 52 (11): 6285-6290

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    View details for PubMedID 10019168

  • W ANOMALOUS MOMENTS AND THE POLARIZATION ASYMMETRY ZERO IN GAMMA-E-]W-NU PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., RIZZO, R. G., Schmidt, I. 1995; 52 (9): 4929-4935

    View details for Web of Science ID A1995TC37900012

    View details for PubMedID 10019715

  • ANGULAR-DISTRIBUTIONS OF MASSIVE QUARKS AND LEPTONS CLOSE TO THRESHOLD PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Hoang, A. H., Kuhn, J. H., Teubner, T. 1995; 359 (3-4): 355-361
  • Atomic alchemy: Weak decays of muonic and pionic atoms into other atoms PHYSICAL REVIEW D Greub, C., Wyler, D., BRODSKY, S. J., MUNGER, C. T. 1995; 52 (7): 4028-4037

    View details for Web of Science ID A1995TL18200031

    View details for PubMedID 10019629

  • CLASSICAL PHOTOABSORPTION SUM-RULES PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Schmidt, I. 1995; 351 (1-3): 344-348
  • QCD CONSTRAINTS ON THE SHAPE OF POLARIZED QUARK AND GLUON DISTRIBUTIONS NUCLEAR PHYSICS B BRODSKY, S. J., Burkardt, M., Schmidt, I. 1995; 441 (1-2): 197-214
  • INTRINSIC CHARM CONTRIBUTION TO DOUBLE QUARKONIUM HADROPRODUCTION PHYSICS LETTERS B Vogt, R., BRODSKY, S. J. 1995; 349 (4): 569-575
  • HADROPRODUCTION AND POLARIZATION OF CHARMONIUM PHYSICAL REVIEW D Vanttinen, M., Hoyer, P., BRODSKY, S. J., Tang, W. K. 1995; 51 (7): 3332-3339
  • COMMENSURATE SCALE RELATIONS IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Lu, H. J. 1995; 51 (7): 3652-3668

    View details for Web of Science ID A1995QQ85900046

    View details for PubMedID 10018836

  • QCD AND INTRINSIC HEAVY-QUARK PREDICTIONS FOR LEADING CHARM AND BEAUTY HADROPRODUCTION NUCLEAR PHYSICS B Vogt, R., BRODSKY, S. J. 1995; 438 (1-2): 261-277
  • COMMENSURATE SCALE RELATIONS IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS NUCLEAR PHYSICS B Lu, H. J., BRODSKY, S. J. 1995: 309-311
  • DIFFRACTIVE LEPTOPRODUCTION OF VECTOR-MESONS IN QCD PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Frankfurt, L., Gunion, J. F., Mueller, A. H., Strikman, M. 1994; 50 (5): 3134-3144

    View details for Web of Science ID A1994PG35900014

    View details for PubMedID 10017947

  • ANGULAR-DISTRIBUTIONS IN THE DRELL-YAN PROCESS - A CLOSER LOOK AT HIGHER TWIST EFFECTS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Brandenburg, A., BRODSKY, S. J., Khoze, V. V., Muller, D. 1994; 73 (7): 939-942

    View details for Web of Science ID A1994PB98800007

    View details for PubMedID 10057579

  • PRODUCTION OF RELATIVISTIC ANTIHYDROGEN ATOMS BY PAIR PRODUCTION WITH POSITRON CAPTURE PHYSICAL REVIEW D MUNGER, C. T., BRODSKY, S. J., Schmidt, I. 1994; 49 (7): 3228-3235

    View details for Web of Science ID A1994NG11500019

    View details for PubMedID 10017318

  • NEW PERSPECTIVES IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS CCAST (World Laboratory) Symposium/Workshop: Particle Physics at the Fermi Scale BRODSKY, S. J. GORDON AND BREACH SCIENCE PUBL. 1994: 271–374
  • THE REGGEON TRAJECTORY IN EXCLUSIVE AND INCLUSIVE LARGE MOMENTUM-TRANSFER REACTIONS PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Tang, W. K., Thorn, C. B. 1993; 318 (1): 203-211
  • RELATING PHYSICAL OBSERVABLES IN QCD USING THE EXTENDED RENORMALIZATION-GROUP METHOD PHYSICAL REVIEW D Lu, H. J., BRODSKY, S. J. 1993; 48 (7): 3310-3318

    View details for Web of Science ID A1993MC12300042

    View details for PubMedID 10016589

  • QED-INDUCED RAPIDITY-GAP EVENTS AT THE Z PEAK PHYSICS LETTERS B Lu, H. J., BRODSKY, S. J., Khoze, V. A. 1993; 312 (1-2): 215-219
  • A BOUND ON THE ENERGY-LOSS OF PARTONS IN NUCLEI PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P. 1993; 298 (1-2): 165-170
  • PRODUCTION OF RELATIVISTIC ANTIHYDROGEN ATOMS BY PAIR PRODUCTION WITH POSITRON CAPTURE AND MEASUREMENT OF THE LAMB SHIFT ANTIHYDROGEN WORKSHOP MUNGER, C. T., BRODSKY, S. J., Schmidt, I. SPRINGER. 1993: 175–80
  • SYSTEMATICS OF CHARM PRODUCTION IN HADRONIC COLLISIONS NUCLEAR PHYSICS B Vogt, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P. 1992; 383 (3): 643-684
  • UNIVERSAL PROPERTIES OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC-INTERACTIONS OF SPIN-ONE SYSTEMS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Hiller, J. R. 1992; 46 (5): 2141-2149

    View details for Web of Science ID A1992JK88200031

    View details for PubMedID 10015130

  • SPACE-TIME STRUCTURE OF DEEP-INELASTIC LEPTON-HADRON SCATTERING PHYSICAL REVIEW D DELDUCA, V., BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P. 1992; 46 (3): 931-943

    View details for Web of Science ID A1992JE62700010

    View details for PubMedID 10015009

  • RAPIDITY-GAP EVENTS IN E+E- ANNIHILATION PHYSICS LETTERS B Bjorken, J. D., BRODSKY, S. J., Lu, H. J. 1992; 286 (1-2): 153-159
  • NEW QCD PRODUCTION MECHANISMS FOR HARD PROCESSES AT LARGE-X NUCLEAR PHYSICS B BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P., Mueller, A. H., Tang, W. K. 1992; 369 (3): 519-542
  • NOVEL TESTS OF QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS IN ELECTROPRODUCTION NUCLEAR PHYSICS A BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P. 1991; 532 (1-2): C79-C102
  • SYSTEMATICS OF J/PSI PRODUCTION IN NUCLEAR COLLISIONS NUCLEAR PHYSICS B Vogt, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P. 1991; 360 (1): 67-96
  • PERTURBATIVE QCD EFFECTS IN HEAVY MESON DECAYS NUCLEAR PHYSICS A Szczepaniak, A., Henley, E. M., BRODSKY, S. J. 1991; 527: C757-C759
  • BOUND-VALENCE-QUARK CONTRIBUTIONS TO HADRON STRUCTURE FUNCTIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Schmidt, I. 1991; 43 (1): 179-184

    View details for Web of Science ID A1991EP27900025

    View details for PubMedID 10013242

  • SHORT-RANGE STRUCTURE OF HADRON AND NUCLEAR WAVE-FUNCTIONS AT HIGH-X TOPICAL CONF ON PARTICLE PRODUCTION NEAR THRESHOLD Hoyer, P., BRODSKY, S. J. AIP PRESS. 1991: 238–255
  • PERTURBATIVE QCD EFFECTS IN HEAVY MESON DECAYS PHYSICS LETTERS B Szczepaniak, A., Henley, E. M., BRODSKY, S. J. 1990; 243 (3): 287-292
  • SHADOWING AND ANTISHADOWING OF NUCLEAR-STRUCTURE FUNCTIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Lu, H. J. 1990; 64 (12): 1342-1345
  • NUCLEAR-BOUND QUARKONIUM PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Schmidt, I., DETERAMOND, G. F. 1990; 64 (9): 1011-1014

    View details for Web of Science ID A1990CQ14100008

    View details for PubMedID 10042140

  • POLARIZED AND UNPOLARIZED INTRINSIC GLUON DISTRIBUTIONS PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Schmidt, I. 1990; 234 (1-2): 144-150
  • NUCLEUS AS A COLOR FILTER IN QCD - HADRON-PRODUCTION IN NUCLEI PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P. 1989; 63 (15): 1566-1569

    View details for Web of Science ID A1989AT77500007

    View details for PubMedID 10040612

  • EFFECTS OF INITIAL-STATE QCD INTERACTIONS IN THE DRELL-YAN PROCESS PHYSICAL REVIEW D Bodwin, G. T., BRODSKY, S. J., Lepage, G. P. 1989; 39 (11): 3287-3296
  • USING NUCLEI TO PROBE HADRONIZATION IN QCD PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Mueller, A. H. 1988; 206 (4): 685-690
  • CHIRAL SYMMETRY AND THE SPIN OF THE PROTON PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Ellis, J., Karliner, M. 1988; 206 (2): 309-315
  • SPIN CORRELATIONS, QCD COLOR TRANSPARENCY, AND HEAVY-QUARK THRESHOLDS IN PROTON-PROTON SCATTERING PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., DETERAMOND, G. F. 1988; 60 (19): 1924-1927

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988N240300011

    View details for PubMedID 10038178

  • PHYSICS OF HEAVY-QUARK PRODUCTION IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F., Soper, D. E. 1987; 36 (9): 2710-2728

    View details for Web of Science ID A1987K613300011

    View details for PubMedID 9958488

  • EXCLUSIVE CHARMONIUM DECAYS - THE J/PSI(PSI')-]P-PI,K-STAR-KBAR PUZZLE PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Lepage, G. P., Tuan, S. F. 1987; 59 (6): 621-623
  • QUANTUM-CHROMODYNAMIC EVOLUTION OF 6-QUARK STATES PHYSICAL REVIEW D Ji, C. R., BRODSKY, S. J. 1986; 34 (5): 1460-1473

    View details for Web of Science ID A1986D774200022

    View details for PubMedID 9957307

  • FACTORIZATION PROPERTY OF THE DEUTERON PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Ji, C. R. 1986; 33 (9): 2653-2659

    View details for Web of Science ID A1986C141700014

    View details for PubMedID 9956950

  • CONFORMAL SYMMETRY AND EXCLUSIVE PROCESSES BEYOND LEADING ORDER PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., DAMGAARD, P., Frishman, Y., Lepage, G. P. 1986; 33 (7): 1881-1893
  • QUANTUM-CHROMODYNAMIC EVOLUTION OF THE BARYON SYSTEM PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Ji, C. R. 1986; 33 (7): 1951-1960

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  • EVOLUTION OF RELATIVISTIC MULTIQUARK SYSTEMS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Ji, C. R. 1986; 33 (5): 1406-1414

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  • ON THE APPLICATION OF CONFORMAL SYMMETRY TO QUANTUM-FIELD THEORY PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Frishman, Y., Lepage, G. P. 1986; 167 (3): 347-350
  • EVOLUTION EQUATION AND RELATIVISTIC BOUND-STATE WAVE-FUNCTIONS FOR SCALAR-FIELD MODELS IN 4 AND 6 DIMENSIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Ji, C. R., Sawicki, M. 1985; 32 (6): 1530-1538

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  • EXCLUSIVE PRODUCTION OF HIGHER-GENERATION HADRONS AND FORM-FACTOR ZEROS IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Ji, C. R. 1985; 55 (21): 2257-2260

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  • BARYON WAVE-FUNCTIONS AND NUCLEON DECAY NUCLEAR PHYSICS B BRODSKY, S. J., Ellis, J., HAGELIN, J. S., Sachrajda, C. T. 1984; 238 (3): 561-581
  • APPLIED CHROMODYNAMICS ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B BRODSKY, S. J. 1984; 15 (11): 1059-1098
  • QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMIC EVOLUTION OF MULTIQUARK SYSTEMS AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Ji, C. R., BRODSKY, S. J. 1984: 596-605
  • QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS IN FEW NUCLEON SYSTEMS NUCLEAR PHYSICS A BRODSKY, S. J. 1984; 416 (MAR): C3-C24
  • QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMIC PREDICTIONS FOR THE DEUTERON FORM-FACTOR PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Ji, C. R., Lepage, G. P. 1983; 51 (2): 83-86
  • REDUCED NUCLEAR AMPLITUDES IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS PHYSICAL REVIEW C BRODSKY, S. J., Hiller, J. R. 1983; 28 (2): 475-482
  • ON THE ELIMINATION OF SCALE AMBIGUITIES IN PERTURBATIVE QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Lepage, G. P., Mackenzie, P. B. 1983; 28 (1): 228-235
  • A UNIFIED APPROACH TO QCD PHENOMENOLOGY AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS BRODSKY, S. J. 1983: 146-175
  • HEAVY QUARKS IN HADRONIC COLLISIONS AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS BRODSKY, S. J., Peterson, C. 1982: 79-99
  • QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS AT NUCLEAR DIMENSIONS SPRINGER TRACTS IN MODERN PHYSICS BRODSKY, S. J. 1982; 100: 81-144
  • WEAK AND ELECTROMAGNETIC FORM-FACTORS OF BARYONS AT LARGE MOMENTUM-TRANSFER PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Lepage, G. P., Zaidi, S. A. 1981; 23 (5): 1152-1157
  • DIRECT COUPLING OF THE PION IN LARGE-PT JET INTERACTIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D Berger, E. L., BRODSKY, S. J. 1981; 24 (9): 2428-2432
  • INITIAL-STATE INTERACTIONS AND THE DRELL-YAN PROCESS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Bodwin, G. T., BRODSKY, S. J., Lepage, G. P. 1981; 47 (25): 1799-1803
  • HELICITY SELECTION-RULES AND TESTS OF GLUON SPIN IN EXCLUSIVE QUANTUM-CHROMODYNAMIC PROCESSES PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Lepage, G. P. 1981; 24 (11): 2848-2855
  • INTRINSIC HEAVY-QUARK STATES PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Peterson, C., Sakai, N. 1981; 23 (11): 2745-2757
  • DIFFRACTIVE EXCITATION IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Bertsch, G., BRODSKY, S. J., Goldhaber, A. S., GUNION, J. G. 1981; 47 (5): 297-300
  • LARGE-ANGLE 2-PHOTON EXCLUSIVE CHANNELS IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Lepage, G. P. 1981; 24 (7): 1808-1817
  • THE SYNTHESIS OF QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS AND NUCLEAR-PHYSICS NUCLEAR PHYSICS A BRODSKY, S. J., Lepage, G. P. 1981; 353 (1-2): C247-C256
  • HADRONIC WAVE-FUNCTIONS AT SHORT DISTANCES AND THE OPERATOR PRODUCT EXPANSION PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Frishman, Y., Lepage, G. P., Sachrajda, C. 1980; 91 (2): 239-244
  • EXCLUSIVE PROCESSES IN PERTURBATIVE QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS PHYSICAL REVIEW D Lepage, G. P., BRODSKY, S. J. 1980; 22 (9): 2157-2198
  • ANOMALOUS MAGNETIC-MOMENT AND LIMITS ON FERMION SUBSTRUCTURE PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Drell, S. D. 1980; 22 (9): 2236-2243
  • PERTURBATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS TO QUARK MASSES PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., TERAMOND, G. F., SCHMIDT, I. A. 1980; 44 (9): 557-560
  • THE INTRINSIC CHARM OF THE PROTON PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Hoyer, P., Peterson, C., Sakai, N. 1980; 93 (4): 451-455
  • EXCLUSIVE PROCESSES IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS - EVOLUTION EQUATIONS FOR HADRONIC WAVEFUNCTIONS AND THE FORM-FACTORS OF MESONS PHYSICS LETTERS B Lepage, G. P., BRODSKY, S. J. 1979; 87 (4): 359-365
  • GLUON DISTRIBUTION IN HADRONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F. 1979; 19 (3): 1005-1010
  • HADRON AND PHOTON PRODUCTION AT LARGE TRANSVERSE-MOMENTUM AND THE DYNAMICS OF QCD JETS PHYSICA SCRIPTA BRODSKY, S. J. 1979; 19 (2): 154-167
  • QUARK STRUCTURE FUNCTIONS OF MESONS AND THE DRELL-YAN PROCESS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Berger, E. L., BRODSKY, S. J. 1979; 42 (15): 940-944
  • SPIN EFFECTS IN LARGE-TRANSVERSE-MOMENTUM EXCLUSIVE SCATTERING PROCESSES PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Carlson, C. E., Lipkin, H. 1979; 20 (9): 2278-2289
  • PRODUCTION OF JETS AND SINGLE PARTICLES AT LARGE TRANSVERSE-MOMENTUM IN PHOTON-PHOTON COLLISIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., DeGrand, T., Gunion, J., Weis, J. 1979; 19 (5): 1418-1443
  • EXCLUSIVE PROCESSES IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS - FORM-FACTORS OF BARYONS AT LARGE MOMENTUM-TRANSFER PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Lepage, G. P., BRODSKY, S. J. 1979; 43 (8): 545-549
  • PRODUCTION OF REAL PHOTONS AT LARGE TRANSVERSE-MOMENTUM IN PP COLLISIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D Ruckl, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F. 1978; 18 (7): 2469-2483
  • MAGNITUDE OF LARGE-TRANSVERSE-MOMENTUM CROSS-SECTIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BLANKENBECLER, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F. 1978; 18 (3): 900-926
  • CONSTITUENT TRANSVERSE-MOMENTUM FLUCTUATIONS AND HARD-SCATTERING EXPANSION PHYSICAL REVIEW D CASWELL, W. E., Horgan, R. R., BRODSKY, S. J. 1978; 18 (7): 2415-2434
  • ARE GLUON JETS OBLATE PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., DeGrand, T. A., Schwitters, R. F. 1978; 79 (3): 255-258
  • PRODUCTION OF LARGE-TRANSVERSE-MOMENTUM JETS IN PHOTON-PHOTON COLLISIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., DeGrand, T. A., Gunion, J. F., Weis, J. H. 1978; 41 (10): 672-676
  • HADRONIC FRAGMENTATION AS A PROBE OF UNDERLYING DYNAMICS OF HADRON COLLISIONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F. 1978; 17 (3): 848-857
  • DECAY OF UPSILON INTO PHOTONS AND GLUONS PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., DeGrand, T. A., Horgan, R. R., Coyne, D. G. 1978; 73 (2): 203-206
  • RETENTION OF QUANTUM NUMBERS BY QUARK AND MULTI-QUARK JETS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Weiss, N. 1977; 16 (7): 2325-2335
  • HADRON PRODUCTION IN NUCLEAR COLLISIONS - NEW PARTON-MODEL APPROACH PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F., Kuhn, J. H. 1977; 39 (18): 1120-1123
  • HADRON MULTIPLICITY IN COLOR-GAUGE THEORY MODELS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F. 1976; 37 (7): 402-405
  • DEUTERON FORM-FACTOR AND SHORT-DISTANCE BEHAVIOR OF NUCLEAR-FORCE PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., CHERTOK, B. T. 1976; 37 (5): 269-272
  • CHARGE ASYMMETRY IN EPSILON + EPSILON(-)-]GAMMA+ HADRONS - NEW TESTS OF QUARK-PARTON MODEL AND FRACTIONAL CHARGE PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Carlson, C. E., Suaya, R. 1976; 14 (9): 2264-2272
  • ASYMPTOTIC FORM-FACTORS OF HADRONS AND NUCLEI AND CONTINUITY OF PARTICLE AND NUCLEAR DYNAMICS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., CHERTOK, B. T. 1976; 14 (11): 3003-3020
  • ANALYSIS OF PARTICLE PRODUCTION AT LARGE TRANSVERSE-MOMENTUM PHYSICAL REVIEW D BLANKENBECLER, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. 1975; 12 (11): 3469-3487
  • SCALING LAWS FOR LARGE-MOMENTUM-TRANSFER PROCESSES PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Farrar, G. R. 1975; 11 (5): 1309-1330
  • PHYSICAL EFFECTS OF HADRONIC BREMSSTRAHLUNG - REACTIONS AT LARGE AND SMALL MOMENTUM-TRANSFERS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BLANKENB, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F., Savit, R. 1974; 10 (7): 2153-2164
  • UNIFIED DESCRIPTION OF INCLUSIVE AND EXCLUSIVE REACTIONS AT ALL MOMENTUM-TRANSFERS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BLANKENBECLER, R., BRODSKY, S. J. 1974; 10 (9): 2973-2992
  • CONNECTION BETWEEN REGGE BEHAVIOR AND FIXED-ANGLE SCATTERING PHYSICAL REVIEW D BLANKENB, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F., Savit, R. 1973; 8 (11): 4117-4133
  • LARGE-ANGLE SCATTERING AND INTERCHANGE FORCE PHYSICAL REVIEW D Gunion, J. F., BRODSKY, S. J., BLANKENB, R. 1973; 8 (1): 287-312
  • QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS AND RENORMALIZATION THEORY IN INFINITE-MOMENTUM FRAME PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Roskies, R., Suaya, R. 1973; 8 (12): 4574-4594
  • SCALING LAWS AT LARGE TRANSVERSE MOMENTUM PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS BRODSKY, S. J., Farrar, G. R. 1973; 31 (18): 1153-1156
  • GAUGE-INVARIANT SCALING MODEL OF CURRENT INTERACTIONS WITH REGGE BEHAVIOR AND FINITE FIXED-POLE SUM-RULES PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Close, F. E., Gunion, J. F. 1973; 8 (10): 3678-3700
  • INCLUSIVE PROCESSES AT HIGH TRANSVERSE MOMENTUM PHYSICS LETTERS B BLANKENB, R., BRODSKY, S. J., Gunion, J. F. 1972; B 42 (4): 461-465
  • QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS AND RENORMALIZATION THEORY IN INFINITE MOMENTUM FRAME PHYSICS LETTERS B BRODSKY, S. J., Roskies, R. 1972; 41 (4): 517-?
  • COMPOSITE THEORY OF INCLUSIVE SCATTERING AT LARGE TRANSVERSE MOMENTA PHYSICAL REVIEW D Gunion, J. F., BRODSKY, S. J., BLANKENBECLER, R. 1972; 6 (9): 2652-?
  • COMPOSITE THEORY OF LARGE-ANGLE SCATTERING AND NEW TESTS OF PARTON CONCEPTS PHYSICS LETTERS B Gunion, J. F., BRODSKY, S. J., BLANKENB, R. 1972; B 39 (5): 649-?
  • TEST FOR FRACTIONALLY CHARGED PARTONS FROM DEEP-INELASTIC BREMSSTRAHLUNG IN SCALING REGION PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Jaffe, R. L., Gunion, J. F. 1972; 6 (9): 2487-?
  • COMPTON-SCATTERING AND FIXED POLES IN PARTON FIELD-THEORETIC MODELS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Close, F. E., Gunion, J. F. 1972; 5 (6): 1384-?
  • PHENOMENOLOGY OF PHOTON PROCESSES, VECTOR DOMINANCE, AND CRUCIAL TESTS FOR PARTON MODELS PHYSICAL REVIEW D BRODSKY, S. J., Close, F. E., Gunion, J. F. 1972; 6 (1): 177-189
  • Fourth-Order Electrodynamic Corrections to the Lamb Shift PHYSICAL REVIEW A-GENERAL PHYSICS Appelquist, T., Brodsky, S. J. 1970; 2 (6): 2293-2303
  • ORDER ALPHA2 ELECTRODYNAMIC CORRECTIONS TO LAMB SHIFT PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Appelquist, T., BRODSKY, S. J. 1970; 24 (11): 562-?
  • STATISTICAL MODEL FOR ELECTRON-POSITRON ANNIHILATION INTO HADRONS PHYSICAL REVIEW D Bjorken, J. D., BRODSKY, S. J. 1970; 1 (5): 1416-?