2016, Vol.19, No.2, pp.189-195
We present progress in development of a cut (truncated) Mellin moments (TMM) approach that is constructed to study deep inelastic scattering in lepton-hadron collisions at the natural kinematic constraints. Appropriate classes of TMM for the available experimental kinematic range are discussed. We review some applications of the TMM approach.
Key words: truncated moments, deep-inelastic scattering, QCD analysis, sum rules, parton distributions, DGLAP evolution
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