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Review the readiness of MC tools for the LHC, including:
- MC event generators
- (N)NLO codes
- decay packages
- jet algorithms
- UE/MB modeling
- fitting/tuning strategies
- comparisons with tevatron data
The idea is to have a technical review of where we stand with our codes. This will cover both readiness in the sense of status of the codes (available processes, ongoing r&d on new ideas and times of delivery, current limitations to use, timescales to deliver missing parts, etc) as well as in the sense of suitability to describe the data (comparison with current data -- tevatron,hera -- tuning/fitting progress, etc).
Info on the EVO connection:
Title: MC4LHC Readiness Workshop
Description: mc4lhc readiness workshop
Meeting Access Information:
- Meeting URL
- Password: mc4lhc
- Phone Bridge
(Dipartimento di Fisica), Vitaliano Ciulli
(Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN))
V+jets, part 2TH Theory Conference Room
TH Theory Conference Room
Sherpa validationa and tuning on Tevatron data30m
Blackhat studies of V+jets20m
W+3jets at NLO at the LHC20m
(University of Oxford)
Radiation-pattern observables in W+multijets20m
Plans of the CDF/D0 WG on V+jets20m
Joint CDF/D0/TH V+jets WG, plans for forthcoming Tevatron analyses; systematic comparisons of NLO and ME+shower approaches and benchmark predictions for the LHC; observables for the validation and tuning of the MCs; etc.etc.etc.