Vector Boson Production Associated with Jets @ LHC (ATLAS)
The current uncertainty on the proton content (PDFs) affects the potential discovery of new physics at LHC. The vector boson production associated with an inclusive jet is one of the most interesting candidate to constraint this uncertainty over the whole LHC kinematic regime in the ATLAS experiment. In particular, the Standard Model process such as Z plus one jet production, described here in details, is a process of a particular interest not only for PDF’s study but for the Higgs and SUSY physics discovery.
KeywordsAtlas Collaboration Atlas Experiment Standard Model Process Vector Boson Production Direct Photon Production
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.A. Cooper-Sarkar, M. Dittmar, D.C. Gwenlan, H. Stenzel, A. Tricoli LHC final states and their potential experimental and theoretical accuracies, CERN-2005-014 (14 December 2005)Google Scholar
- 2.S. Diglio, A. Farilla, A. Tonazzo, M. Verducci, Associated production of a Z boson and a b-jet in ATLAS, ATL-COM-PHYS-2006-051, 2006Google Scholar
- 5.R. Lefevre, C. Santoni In situ determination of the scale and resolution of the jet energy measurements using Z 0+jets events, ATLAS Internal Note, ATL-PHYS-2002-026, 2002Google Scholar
- 6.S. Correard et al. b-tagging with DC1 data, ATL-PHYS-2004-006, (2004)Google Scholar