Effects Of Disoriented Chiral Condensates On Two- And Three-Pion Correlations Of Relativistic Nuclear Collisions

Two- and three-pion correlations are investigated in cases when a disoriented chiral condensate (DCC) occurs. A chaoticity and weight factor are used as measures of two- and three-pion correlations, and the various models for the DCC are investigated. Some models are found to yield the chaoticity and weight factor in a reasonable agreement with recent experimental data.