Electron-Positron Interactions by V. V. Ezhela, V. Flaminio, D. R. O. Morrison (auth.), H.

By V. V. Ezhela, V. Flaminio, D. R. O. Morrison (auth.), H. Schopper (eds.)

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Err. Syst. err. 3 [6] [6] [6] [6] [6] [6] Comm. Comments [1] From [85 Gan]. Radiative corrections according to [81 Ber 3] and [82 Ber 1]. The quoted errors include systematic contributions. [2] From [89 Bra 2]. Radiative corrections according to [84 B¨oh 1]. Only γ-exchange diagrams were included. The quoted errors include systematic contributions. [3] From [86 Bar 2]. Radiative corrections according to [73 Ber 2, 73 Ber 3, 73 Ber 4, 74 Ber 2, 81 Ber 3, 82 Ber 1, 76 Ber]. Only γ-exchange diagrams were used for radiative corrections.

9 %). [19] From [91 Ale 1]. Data from the 1990 run. [20] From [91 Ale 1]. Data from the 1989 run. [21] From [90 Akr 1]. Radiative corrections were applied through the Monte-Carlo program KORALZ. Initial and final state radiations are included. 8) and θ is the angle between momenta of the initial and final negative leptons. The expression for the differential cross section gives the lowest order asymmetry A0F B = G3 (s) 3 · · 4 G1 (s) + 2µf G2 (s) 1 − 4µf . 9) For the on-resonance asymmetry (s = MZ2 ) one obtains: A0F B = 2ve ae · 2vf af · 1 − 4µf 3 · 2 .

Radiative correction were applied through the Monte-Carlo program KORALZ. Initial and final state radiative corrections are included. 6. e+ e− → τ + τ − integrated cross sections. 00 σ Stat. err. Sys. err. 4 Comm. 28 Range of [GeV] √ s σ Stat. err. Sys. err. 9 Comm. 28 √ s σ Stat. err. Sys. err. 0 Comm. 9 [21] [17] [19] [18] [16] [21] [17] [20] [17] [18] [19] [16] [17] [20] Comments [1] From [86 Bar 2]. Radiative corrections according to [82 Ber 1, 73 Ber 2, 73 Ber 3, 73 Ber 4, 74 Ber 2, 81 Ber 3, 76 Ber].

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