## Abstract

The author examines, in the context of nonabelian gauge field theory, the derivation of the light cone sum rules which were obtained earlier on the assumption of dominance of canonical singularity in the current commutator on the light cone. The retarded scaling functions appearing in the sum rules are numbers known in terms of the charges of the quarks and the number of quarks and gluons in the theory. Possible applications of the sum rules are suggested.

## Citation Formats

Mallik, S.
Light cone sum rules in nonabelian gauge field theory.
Switzerland: N. p.,
1981.
Web.

Mallik, S.
Light cone sum rules in nonabelian gauge field theory.
Switzerland.

Mallik, S.
1981.
"Light cone sum rules in nonabelian gauge field theory."
Switzerland.

@misc{etde_5700118,

title = {Light cone sum rules in nonabelian gauge field theory}

author = {Mallik, S}

abstractNote = {The author examines, in the context of nonabelian gauge field theory, the derivation of the light cone sum rules which were obtained earlier on the assumption of dominance of canonical singularity in the current commutator on the light cone. The retarded scaling functions appearing in the sum rules are numbers known in terms of the charges of the quarks and the number of quarks and gluons in the theory. Possible applications of the sum rules are suggested.}

journal = {Helv. Phys. Acta; (Switzerland)}

volume = {53:3}

journal type = {AC}

place = {Switzerland}

year = {1981}

month = {Mar}

}

title = {Light cone sum rules in nonabelian gauge field theory}

author = {Mallik, S}

abstractNote = {The author examines, in the context of nonabelian gauge field theory, the derivation of the light cone sum rules which were obtained earlier on the assumption of dominance of canonical singularity in the current commutator on the light cone. The retarded scaling functions appearing in the sum rules are numbers known in terms of the charges of the quarks and the number of quarks and gluons in the theory. Possible applications of the sum rules are suggested.}

journal = {Helv. Phys. Acta; (Switzerland)}

volume = {53:3}

journal type = {AC}

place = {Switzerland}

year = {1981}

month = {Mar}

}