John Collins
Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Physics

303K Osmond
University Park, PA  jcc8@psu.edu
 8148630783
Research Summary
Algorithms of neural computation for learning and memory; relationship between neuronal and behavioral phenomena.
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Transverse Momentum Factorization Neurons Partons Formalism Inelastic Scattering Theorems Kinematics Neuron Population Temporal Lobe Fragmentation Lobes Memory Population Model Hippocampus Cell Stimuli Cells Distribution Functions Direction Compound Concepts Model Sparsity ColorMost Recent Publications
`Do fragmentation functions in factorization theorems correctly treat nonperturbative effects?
John Collins, on p. 003 (10 pages)
TMD Evolution at Moderate Hard Scales
Ted Rogers, John Collins, PoS on p. 028
Kinematics of current region fragmentation in semiinclusive deeply inelastic scattering
M. Boglione, J. Collins, L. Gamberg, J. O. GonzalezHernandez, T. C. Rogers, N. Sato, 2017, Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and HighEnergy Physics on p. 245253
Relating transversemomentumdependent and collinear factorization theorems in a generalized formalism
J. Collins, L. Gamberg, A. Prokudin, T. C. Rogers, N. Sato, B. Wang, 2016, Physical Review D
Memory for a single object has differently variable precisions for relevant and irrelevant features
Garrett Swan, John Collins, Brad Wyble, 2016, Journal of Vision
Twopopulation model for medial temporal lobe neurons: The vast majority are almost silent
Andrew Magyar, John Collins, 2015, Physical Review E
Understanding the largedistance behavior of transversemomentumdependent parton densities and the CollinsSoper evolution kernel
John Collins, Ted Rogers, 2015, Physical Review D
Overview of TMD Factorization and Evolution
John Collins, 2015, Int. J. Mod. Phys. Conf. Ser. on p. 1560021
Different approaches to TMD Evolution with scale
John Collins, 2015, on p. 01002
TMD factorization and evolution at large b_T
John Collins, Ted Rogers, 2015,
MostCited Papers
Understanding the largedistance behavior of transversemomentumdependent parton densities and the CollinsSoper evolution kernel
John Collins, Ted Rogers, 2015, Physical Review D
Relating transversemomentumdependent and collinear factorization theorems in a generalized formalism
J. Collins, L. Gamberg, A. Prokudin, T. C. Rogers, N. Sato, B. Wang, 2016, Physical Review D
Equality of two definitions for transverse momentum dependent parton distribution functions
John Collins, Ted Rogers, 2013, Physical Review D
Kinematics of current region fragmentation in semiinclusive deeply inelastic scattering
M. Boglione, J. Collins, L. Gamberg, J. O. GonzalezHernandez, T. C. Rogers, N. Sato, 2017, Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and HighEnergy Physics on p. 245253
Memory for a single object has differently variable precisions for relevant and irrelevant features
Garrett Swan, John Collins, Brad Wyble, 2016, Journal of Vision
Twopopulation model for medial temporal lobe neurons: The vast majority are almost silent
Andrew Magyar, John Collins, 2015, Physical Review E
TMD factorization and evolution at large b_T
John Collins, Ted Rogers, 2015,
Overview of TMD Factorization and Evolution
John Collins, 2015, Int. J. Mod. Phys. Conf. Ser. on p. 1560021
Different approaches to TMD Evolution with scale
John Collins, 2015, on p. 01002