systematic analysis of the data on 14.5A GeV/c 28Si-nucleus
collisions is carried out to investigate the behaviours of Renyi dimensions, Dq and Multifractal Spectral Function, f(αq). The Renyi dimensions, Dq are
observed to decrease with increasing order of the moments, q. However, the
Multifractal Spectra are concave downwards with their maxima occurring around αq =1.21±0.01. A continuous curve representing
Multifractal Spectral Function, f(αq), characterizes manifestation of
fluctuations in the rapidity space.
Cite this paper
Ahmad, N. , Kamal, A. , Khan, M. , Hushnud, &. and Tufail, A. (2014) A Study of Multifractal Spectra and Renyi Dimensions in 14.5A GeV/c 28
Si-Nucleus Collisions. Journal of Modern Physics
, 1288-1293. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.514129
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