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The idea is collect useful pedagogical references in a single
location. If you have any suggestions for additions, please contact:
Fred Olness.

Written Reviews Available Electronically:

Handbook of Perturbative QCD(See details below)Perturbative QCD and the parton structure of the nucleon,(PDF 1.5M), by Wu-Ki Tung, (MSU)

Based on a contribution to At the frontier of particle physics|Handbook of QCD, vol. 2* 887-971, ed. M. Shifman, Pub. World Scienti¯c Publisher, Singapore, New York, 2001;Partons, Factorization and Resummation, TASI95

By George Sterman (SUNY, Stony Brook). 82pp.

Lectures given at Theoretical Advanced Study Institute in Elementary Particle Physics (TASI 95): http://arXiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9606312

Textbooks:

**Foundations of
Perturbative QCD **

John Collins [Cambridge University Press; 1
edition (June 30, 2011)]**ISBN-10:** 0521855330 **ISBN-13:**
978-0521855334

*Giving an
accurate account of the concepts, theorems and their justification,
this book is a systematic treatment of perturbative QCD. It relates
the concepts to experimental data, giving strong motivations for the
methods. Ideal for graduate students starting their work in
high-energy physics, it will also interest experienced researchers. *

QCD and Collider Physics

R. Keith Ellis, W. James Stirling, and Bryan R. Webber

A detailed overview of high-energy collider physics emphasising the role of QCD. Topics covered include the QCD Lagrangian, the properties of asymptotic freedom and colour confinement which derive from it, jets, heavy quarks, electroweak gauge bosons, Higgs bosons and methods of measuring the strong coupling constant.

**Applications of
Perturbative QCD **(Frontiers in Physics, Vol. 77)

Richard D.
Field

Perseus Books (Sd); (June 1989)

ISBN: 0201483629 /
ASIN: 0201142953

unfortunately, the availability of this is limited; however it is an excellent book

Lecture Notes:

2010 CTEQ Summer
School lectures: **Introduction to Perturbative QCD**

Lecture #1 PDF 4-up format (4.4 M).

Lecture #2 PDF 4-up format (3.4 M).

Lecture #3 PDF 4-up format (1.1 M).

Lecture #4 PDF 4-up format (2.6 M).

A NLO Calculation in pQCD of the Total Cross Section of pp-bar -> W+X

2002 CTEQ Summer School:

C.P. Yuan (PDF file 554K)

Reviews of Modern Physics Reprint order form (PostScript, 32675 bytes)

The listed price for one copy of the Handbook is $10.50 US

Note, the published version is available on-line in scanned format. The "preprint" version is included below for completness:

The Handbook of Perturbative QCD was published in Reviews of Modern Physics , Volume 67, Number 1, January 1995, (pp. 157-248).

Version 1.0 gzipped PostScript (717287 bytes) Best for printing.

*2/28/00, almost the published version except for minor edits.*Version 1.0 PDF (Portable Document Format, not Parton Distribution Function!, 1296170 bytes). Best for on-screen viewing.

2/28/00, almost the published version except for minor edits

Calculational Techniques in Perturbative QCD: The Drell-Yan Process. Björn Pötter has prepared a writeup of the lecture given by Jack Smith. This is a wonderful reference for those learning to do real 1-loop calculations. Postscript and PDF

Light-cone Variables, Rapidity and All That, by John Collins. A pedagogical summary of the methods of light-cone variables, rapidity and pseudo-rapidity, with a demonstration of how these methods are useful in analyzing diffractive high-energy collisions.

Dimensional Regularlization Meets Freshman Physics. A short tutorial (slides only) by Fred Olness from the CTEQ Summer School.

What exactly is a parton density? hep-ph/0304122, John C. Collins

Hard Interactions of Quarks and Gluons: a Primer for LHC Physics", J. Campbell, J. Huston, W.J. Stirling

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Mathematica notebooks of FeynArts and FeynCalc sample calculations courtesy of Fred Olness.

*(This need to be updated to the latest version. Any volunteers???)*

Acronym dictionary courtesy of Randy Scalise.

The CTEQ List of Challenges in Perturbative QCD courtesy of Jeff Owens.

*... your entry here ...*

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