Identified hadron spectra from recent years are analyzed in the non-
extensive thermodynamical framework. The Tsallis-Pareto cut power-law
is known to describe the pT distributions for a wide energy range, but
its origin is thermodynamical-model dependent [1,2].
We pursue the physical origin of this observation by investigating the
center-of-mass energy, multiplicity, mass and strangeness dependency of
the Tsallis q and T parameters comprehensively from ee, pp to pA
collisions [3,4]. We describe the main characteristics of a statistical
hadronization model that could explain our observations. We present the
Tsallis-thermometer, which can be use to gain more information on the
high-energy nuclear collisions even for the smallest system .
 T.S. Biró, G.G. Barnaföldi, P. Ván, Thermodynamic Derivation of the Tsallis and Rényi Entropy Formulas and the Temperature of Quark-Gluon Plasma, Eur.Phys.J. A49 (2013) 110;
 T.S. Biró, P. Ván, G.G. Barnaföldi, K. Ürmössy, Statistical Power Law due to Reservoir Fluctuations and the Universal Thermostat Independence Principle, Entropy 2014, 16(12), 6497-6514;
 K. Ürmössy, T.S. Biró, G.G. Barnaföldi, Microcanonical jet-fragmentation in proton–proton collisions at LHC energy, Phys.Lett. B718 (2012) 125-129;
 G. Bíró, G.G. Barnaföldi, T.S. Biró, K. Ürmössy, Á. Takács, Systematic Analysis of the Non-Extensive Statistical Approach in High Energy Particle Collisions—Experiment vs. Theory, Entropy 2017, 19(3), 88;
 G. Bíró et al, in preparation.
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