Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
An example of the interplay of nonextensivity and dynamics in the description of QCD matter
Department of Fundamental Research, National Centre for Nuclear Research, Hoża 69, 00-681, Warsaw, Poland
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Accepted: 12 August 2016
Published online: 22 September 2016
Using a simple quasiparticle model of QCD matter, presented some time ago in the literature, in which interactions are modelled by some effective fugacities z, we investigate the interplay between the dynamical content of fugacities z and effects induced by nonextensivity in situations when this model is used in a nonextensive environment characterized by some nonextensive parameter q 1 (for the usual extensive case q = 1. This allows for a better understanding of the role of nonextensivity in the more complicated descriptions of dense hadronic and QCD matter recently presented (in which dynamics is defined by a Lagrangian, the form of which is specific to a given model).
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