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By L. Beaulieu, T. Lefort, W. C-Hsi, K. Kwiatkowski (auth.), Wolfgang Bauer, Gary D. Westfall (eds.)

th This workshop used to be the 15 in a sequence that addresses the topic of the dynamics of nuclear reactions. those workshops are devoted to the concept bringing jointly scientists from various components of nuclear reactions promotes the colourful trade of principles. This workshop hosted shows from experimentalists and theorists, intermediate power to ultrarelativistic energies, and outcome to contemporary speculations. lots of those scientists wouldn't commonly be uncovered to the paintings performed in different subfields. therefore the iciness Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics performs a different function in details alternate and the stimulation of recent ides. the sphere of nuclear dynamics has a brilliant destiny. New accelerators are being deliberate and accomplished worldwide. New detectors are being developed. New types and theories are being built to explain those phenomena. The iciness Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics will proceed to advertise this full of life and compelling box of analysis. WOLFGANG BAUER AND GARY D. WESTFALL v prior Workshops the subsequent desk encompasses a record of the dates and destinations of the former wintry weather Workshops on Nuclear Dynamics in addition to the participants of the organizing committees. The chairpersons of the meetings are underlined.

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For the symbols and different curves see text. 80 ....... :i .!!. 60 I- .. ;. 6 mass (GeV/c2 ) , 00 , - - -______- - - -__- -__- - - , , 00 ,----____- - - - - -__- -__----, 80 80 ....... :i .!!. 60~······· +~······f~ 40~······ 1flj t1·······················, + ........... I ~ 'iii r:: ~ 20 o h~I+\··········· +........... ---~~~~ ,. 4 T·········· I •............ 6 mass (GeV/c2 ) Au, and ~ -50 MeV /c 2 in case of Ni + Ni are necessary. The data do not allow to obtain a more quantitative result, in particular they do not allow to disentangle the medium effects onto the mass and the width of the distribution.

The observed t scaling for symmetric systems implies a scaling with the number of nucleon collisions, as confirmed by a similar analysis. However, this scaling does not extrapolate from the pp results. On the contrary, when comparing semi-peripheral Pb+Pb collisions with pp the exponent a varies over the entire PT interval, confirming the very different spectral shapes. N:t: 4. THERMAL FREEZEOUT A successful thermal interpretation of relativistic heavy ion collisions must provide an accurate description of the pion spectra since pions Particle Production in 158· A Ge V ...

1. 6 D. 23 18 However, due to smallness of the total error found for some of the approaches it is clear without detailed analysis that only these are statistically significant. 2 in columns D v , F v includes in these cases the error found in the inverse slope parameter of the spectra. L = 265 ± 15 for Pb-induced reactions. Thus we add one experimental value and one parameter, without changing the number of degrees of freedom. Once we find values of Tf and vc , we evaluate the slopes of the theoretical spectra.

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