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Symmetrization and extraction of traces is understood. We have only mentioned "physical" fields in this list. For specific subtleties of gauge theories, see some remarks below. To justify Eq. (13-167) we relate it to the short-distance expansion by projecting out a given spin exchange of the crossed Compton amplitude. This quantity depends only on the variable q2, the square virtual photon momentum, and is dominated in the limit - q2 ~ CfJ by the operator of corresponding spin and twist two in the Wilson expansion. This gives a definite information on the moments of the structure functions. For short we continue to ignore the vector character of the currents and the subsequent tensor analysis of the structure functions; we therefore pretend
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For finite q2, v it can be expanded on a basis of orthogonal polynomials in the variable z = iv/m~ which play the role of a cosine of the angle between the four-vectors p and q. These polynomials are orthogonal with respect to the measure dzJl - Z2 and generalize to 0(4) the Legendre polynomials relative to 0(3) invariance. We refer to the work of Nachtmann quoted in the notes for details on this projection and the constraints arising from the positivity properties of the structure functions. We shall satisfy ourselves here with a simplified presentation.
Inserting (13-167) into the definition (13-171) we find
A(q2, v) =
iq d4x e . x
CN,ix 2 - ic)x/l
X/l N
<PIO~,~"I'N Ip>
Some care has been paid to the analytic properties in x space to give an infinitesimal negative imaginary part to the variable X2. Define
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CN,a(q2) = i ( -
+ trace terms)
2 4 iq d x e . xCN,ix - ic;
(13-172)
in terms of which the dominant term in A(q2, v) is given by
A(q 2 ,v) ~ " ~ N,a
' (2 Pq)NaN,aCN,a(q) --2
(13-173)
The contributions of the operators ON,a are related to the coefficients of the Taylor series of A in powers of the scaling variable w = X-I = 2p' q/ _q2, while experiments measure the absorptive part of A for w larger than one. It is therefore necessary to isolate the coefficient of wN in order to use the short-distance expansion to study CN a(q2) for large negative q2. In this discussion the variable w rather than its inverse x is more convenient. Since the point w = 0 is outside the experimental reach an analytic continuation cannot be avoided. This is expressed through a forward dispersion relation for the virtual Compton amplitude A, using as discontinuity the structure function W(q2, v). The variable in this dispersion relation is the energy v/m, or what amounts to the same for fixed q2, the quantity w. It is also necessary to use the crossing properties to define the discontinuity for w smaller than -1. In a fictitious scalar case as here W(q, p) = - W( - q, p) or W(q2, - w) = - W(q2, - w). In the realistic vector case W/l.(q, p) = - WV/l( - q, p), which means that all three structure functions WI, W2 , W3 may be considered as odd in w. Further information must be provided concerning the number of subtractions k, uniformly for large negative q2. With 1m A = nW, and Pk - I being a polynomial
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY
of degree k - 1 in w with q2 dependent coefficients, we find
A(q2, w) = Pk_l(q2, w)
r w- w JIMI >1 ~ (W,)k W(l, w')
(13-174)
Expanding near the origin this is also
A(q 2 ) = Pk - 1 (q 2 ,w) ,w
dw' (13-175) ~ W(q 2 , ,w) 1(0'1>1 W For N ~ k we have obtained the desired relation between the moments MN(q2) of the structure function and the Wilson coefficients
N2:k
2 M (N) (q) -
"N w
dw --w+T W(q 2 ,w)
1(012:1
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aN,aCN,a(q 2 )
(13-176)
For fixed N the leading terms on the right-hand side correspond to twist two operators. Positivity conditions on the W result in convexity properties of the moments in the variable N. The smaller the N the more sensitive are the M(N) to the asymptotic region since for large N we test mostly the region w ~ 1. According to various hypothesis we have the following possibilities for M(N)(q2) for large l: constant naive scaling
M(N)(q2)
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