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Soft color interactions and diffractive hard scattering at the Tevatron
An improved understanding of nonperturbative QCD can be obtained by the recently developed soft color interaction models. Their essence is the variation of color string-field topologies, giving a unified description of final states in high energy interactions, e.g., diffractive and nondiffractive events in ep and ppbar. Here we present a detailed study of such models (the soft color interaction model and the generalized area law model) applied to ppbar, considering also the general problem ofdoi:10.3204/pubdb-2017-02306 fatcat:vkveye3bhzauzcjawuse7fcdca