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The standard model in particle physics unifies the theories of electromagnetic and weak interactions. Much work has been over the last decade, and this book describes some of the leading experimental tests of the model. It is unique in collecting in one volume all of the formulas, recipes, and prescriptions necessary for testing the theory and will be an invaluable tool as experiments move into higher energies. It aims to give a comprehensive exposition of the foundations of the Standard Model and its applications to high energy phenomena.
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' No other book offers a complete, exhaustive and authoritative description of the electroweak theory predictions for p[recision tests.All calculations are described in detail and the results are reported explicitly...the expostion is clear and only a basic knowledge of quantum field theory is
assumed.Thus, the book qualifies as a complete reference handbook for this domain of contemporary physics. Those interested in the overall physical picture and the main implications of precision tests can find more-readable reviews elsewhere.However this work will be invaluable for professional
theorists looking for state-of-the-art reviews' CERN Courier
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