Diffractive physics in CDF - Run 2; M.G. Albrow.
Diffraction at the Tevatron in perspective; K. Goulianos.
Diffraction at HERA: inclusive final states and exclusive vector meson production; A.A. Savin.
Exclusive processes at intermediate energies: HERMES results and prospects; A. Borissov.
Overview of the COMPETE program; COMPETE Collaboration: V. Ezhela, Yu.V. Kuyanov, K.S. Lugovsky, V.S. Lugovsky, E.A. Razuvaev, M.Yu. Sapunov, N.P. Tkachenko, O.V. Zenin, K. Kang, M.R. Whalley, A. Lengyel, S.K. Kang, J.R. Cudell, E. Martynov, O. Selyugin, P. Gauron, B. Nicolescu.
Forward observables at RHIC, the Tevatron Run II and the LHC; COMPETE Collaboration: J.R. Cudell, E. Martynov, K. Kang, V.V. Ezhela, Yu.V. Kuyanov, S.B. Lugovsky, E.A. Razuvaev, N.P. Tkachenko, P.Gauron, B. Nicolescu.
Consequences of the t-channel unitarity for the interaction of real and virtual photons at high energies; E.S. Martynov, J.R. Cudell, G. Soyez.
Dispersion relations and inconsistency of rho data; O.V. Selyugin.
Vector meson photoproduction in the soft dipole pomeron model framework; A. Prokudin, E. Martynov, E. Predazzi.
Three-component pomeron in high energy elastic scattering; Yu. Ilyin, A. Lengyel, Z. Tarics.
Low-energy diffraction: a direct-channel point of view: the background; L.L. Jenkovszky, S.Yu. Kononenko, V.K. Magas.
Generalized distribution amplitudes: new tools to study hadrons' structure and interactions; R. Fiore, A. Flachi, L.L. Jenkovszky, A. Lengyel, V.K. Magas.
Investigation of quark-hadron duality: model for nucleon resonance form factors; V.V. Davydovskyy, B.V. Struminsky.
QCD hydrodynamics for LHC and RHIC; L.P. Csernai, M.I. Gorenstein, V.K. Magas, D.D. Strottman.
Nuclear collision description in terms of the Ginzburg-Landau model; L.F. Babichev, V.I. Kuvhinov, V.A. Shaparau, A.A. Bukach.
Soft component of photon wave funcion; L.N. Dakhno.
The puzzle of hyperon polarization; S.M. Troshin, S.N. Tyurin.
Multiparticle dynamics of hadron diffraction; A.R. Malecki.
High-energy elastic scattering and nucleon structure; V. Kundrat, M. Lokajicek.
High density QCD, saturation and diffractive DIS; I.P. Ivanov, N.N. Nikolaev, W. Schäfer, B.G. Zakharov, V.R. Zoller.
DGLAP and BFKL equations in supersymmetric gauge theories; A.V. Kotikov, L.N. Lipatov, V.N. Velizhanin.
Justification of the BFKL approach in the NLA; V.S. Fadin.
Fulfillment of the strong bootstrap condition; A. Papa.
Reggeized gluon interaction; M. Kotsky.
Jet vertex in the next-to-leading log(s) approximation; G.P. Vacca.
The QCD coupling behavior in the infrared region; D.V. Shirkov.
Single-spin asymmetry in pion production in polarized proton-proton collisions and the odderon; E.N. Antonov, E. BartoS, A. Ahmedov, E.A. Kuraev, E. Zemlyanaya.
Leading particles and diffractive spectra in the interacting gluon model; F.O. Durães, F.S. Navarra, G. Wilk.
The k&Tgr; factorization phenomenology of the inelastic J/ production at HERA; A.V. Lipatov, N.P. Zotov.
Subject index. Author index. List of Contributors.
Diffraction 2002, International Workshop on Diffraction in High-Energy Physics and NATO Advanced Research Workshop, was held in Alushta (Crimea, Ukraine) from August 31 to September 5, 2002, in a beautiful resort "Dubna" near the Black Sea. The Workshop was the second of the series "Diffraction" started two years earlier in Cetraro, Italy. The Workshop was organized by an International Committee including the organizers of Diffraction 2000 coming from Universita della Calabria (Italy) and "local" organizers from Dubna, Kiev and Novosibirsk research institutions. There were 46 participants, coming from 14 countries. The purpose of the Workshop was to review the experimental and theo retical aspects of Diffraction in high-energy physics and to discuss the new developments. There were talks devoted to Diffraction in hadron-hadron collisions, in lepton-hadron collisions and in Quantum Chromodynamics. This volume contains the written version of 29 talks, that arrived before the deadline and ordered, somewhat arbitrarily, as experimental, phenomeno logical and theoretical ones. We thank all the speakers and attendees for their contribution to the scientific success of the Workshop. The Secretariat of the Workshop was admirably held by AlIa Borisenko, Tania Korzhinskay, Elena Rusakovich, Olga Ugrumova and Zoya Vakhnenko, whom we thank for their invaluable assistance. We also thank the stuff of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Physics and in particular Prof. P.N. Bogolyubov for his professional performance in orga nizing and managing the computer service. The invaluable financial support of NATO, grant ARW 977335, is grate fully acknowledged.
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