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HiggsTools Journal Club IX: Why do experimentalists love Multi-jet merging so much?

by Mr. Davide Napoletano (Durham University IPPP)

Europe/Zurich
CERN

CERN

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Abstract: Multi-jet merging (and more generally matching and merging) techniques, are broadly used by the experimental community as a tool for “inclusion of higher orders”. This has, many times now, led to the question posed above. The general idea of this talk is to review in a very basic way, side-by-side, both the “theoretically sound way of including higher orders” and the multi-jet merging techniques. The objective then is to provide with a common ground for both theorist and experimentalists to understand each other reasons, and have a discussion on that!

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HiggsTools_Journal_Club_IX
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Abstract: Multi-jet merging (and more generally matching and merging) techniques, are broadly used by the experimental community as a tool for “inclusion of higher orders”. This has, many times now, led to the question posed above. The general idea of this talk is to review in a very basic way, side-by-side, both the “theoretically sound way of including higher orders” and the multi-jet merging techniques. The objective then is to provide with a common ground for both theorist and experimentalists to understand each other reasons, and have a discussion on that!
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Raquel Gomez Ambrosio
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