The problem of eliminating the statistical fluctuations and extracting the event dynamics from event-by-event analysis is discussed. New moments Gp (for continuous distribution) and Gq,p (for anomalous distribution) are proposed, which are experimentally measurable and can eliminate the Poissonian-type statistical fluctuations to recover the dynamical moments Cp and Cq,p . In this way, the dynamical distribution of the event-averaged transverse momentum p̄ t can be extracted, and the anomalous scaling of dynamical distribution, if it exists, can be recovered, through event-by-event analysis of experimental data.
Physical Review C
- Pub Date:
- December 2003
- Inelastic scattering: many-particle final states;
- High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
- 15 pages, 2 eps figures, Phys. Rev. C accepted