By Carl Carlson

An exploration of advancements within the quarter of three-quark platforms. Emphasis is given to the dialogue of experimental ends up in the components of shape elements, unpolarized and polarized constitution services, and baryon constitution and spectroscopy. Of specific curiosity are the theoretical advancements within the sector of generalized parton distributions and lattice quantum chromodynamics. The papers are taken from the 9th overseas convention at the constitution of Baryons, held in Newport information, Virginia in 2002.

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