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4. 10. 3 Dependence on s and x of the triple-Regge contributions to the invariant inclusive cross section F(x, PT) TripJe-Regge term s-dependence (fixed x) x-dependence (fixed s) ppp canst 1/(1 - x) PPR 1/,jS RRP canst canst RRR 1/,jS 1/(1 - X)I /2 1/(1 - X)3 /2 These corrections were considered in [61 , 100,10 1]. Due to the large combinatorial factors (we can add the additional Reggeon exchange in different ways), the size of absorptive corrections is amazingly large. They reduce the non-absorptive ones by a factor 2 to 4, see details in [61 , 100, 101].
Inclusive reactions In inelastic high energy collisions many secondary panicles can be produced. It is possible only in some special cases to register experimentally all the secondaries. In these cases the corresponding reaction a + b -t hi + h2 + ... + h n is called an exclusive one. More often only one secondary particle h is registered with a summation over all the other secondaries. 20) are called inclusive 2) ones. X denotes all secondaries but h. 21) where E and P are the energy and momentum of the registered palticle h .
10) can be calculated in a similar manner with the result given in Eq. 35), where the factors (J el/(J come from the separation of elastic intermediate states in the cut hN interaction blobs and the numerical coefficients can be recognized as the AGK prescription in Eq. 35). hese calculations to the interested readers as a useful and instructive exercise. It is worth noting that final state interactions of nucleons do not change the sum of integrated cross sections for the elastic and quasi-elast ic scattering (Jhdat , see Eq.