We discuss the effect of nonextensivity of the emitting source on the Bose-Einstein correlations (BEC). This is done numerically by comparing cascade hadronization model (CAS), which is known to exhibit fractal structure in both space-time and phase-space, with its equivalent obtained from the information theory approach (MaxEnt), in which hadronization proceeds uniformly in the phase-space. To this end we have developed a new method of accounting for BEC in Monte Carlo event generators, which preserves all kinematics of the hadronization process.
- Pub Date:
- January 2001
- High Energy Physics - Phenomenology;
- Nuclear Theory
- containing LaTeX file and 2 eps files with figures, 6 pages altogether. Presented at XXX-th ISMD, Tihany, October 9-15, 2000, Hungary, To be published by World Scientific (2001) (style file ws-p8-50x6-00.cls attached). Fig. 1 corrected (panels interchanged) and Table corrected accordingly in part corresponding to Fig. 1