Take-Home Messages and Perspectives
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Since many facets and applications of jet substructure have been covered in this book, it is useless to try and summarise them all individually. Instead, in this concluding chapter, we will briefly summarise the main lessons we have learned from about a decade of jet substructure studies and from the aspects covered in this book.
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