Calculating the primary Lund Jet Plane density

Andrew Lifson, Gavin P. Salam, Grégory Soyez

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Abstract

The Lund-jet plane has recently been proposed as a powerful jet substructure tool with a broad range of applications. In this paper, we provide an all-order single logarithmic calculation of the primary Lund-plane density in Quantum Chromodynamics, including contributions from the running of the coupling, collinear effects for the leading parton, and soft logarithms that account for large-angle and clustering effects. We also identify a new source of clustering logarithms close to the boundary of the jet, deferring their resummation to future work. We then match our all-order results to exact next-to-leading order predictions. For phenomenological applications, we supplement our perturbative calculation with a Monte Carlo estimate of non-perturbative corrections. The precision of our final predictions for the Lund-plane density is 5−7% at high transverse momenta, worsening to about 20% at the lower edge of the perturbative region, corresponding to transverse momenta of about 5 GeV. We compare our results to a recent measurement by the ATLAS collaboration at the Large-Hadron Collider, revealing good agreement across the perturbative domain, i.e. down to about 5 GeV.

Original languageEnglish
Article number170
JournalJournal of High Energy Physics
Volume2020
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Subatomic Physics

Keywords

  • Jets
  • QCD Phenomenology

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