Femtoscopy in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions: Two Decades of Progress

Physics – Nuclear Physics – Nuclear Experiment

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49 pages, 16 figures; to appear in Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science; final version includes minor updates in text

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10.1146/annurev.nucl.55.090704.1

Analyses of two-particle correlations have provided the chief means for determining spatio-temporal characteristics of relativistic heavy ion collisions. We discuss the theoretical formalism behind these studies and the experimental methods used in carrying them out. Recent results from RHIC are put into context in a systematic review of correlation measurements performed over the past two decades. The current understanding of these results is discussed in terms of model comparisons and overall trends.

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