Measurement of dijet electroproduction at small jet separation

C Adloff, V Andreev, B Andrieu, T Anthonis, V Arkadov, A Astvatsatourov, A Babaev, J Bahr, P Baranov, E Barrelet, W Bartel, P Bate, A Beglarian, O Behnke, C Beier, A Belousov, T Benisch, C Berger, T Berndt, JC BizotV Boudry, W Braunschweig, V Brisson, HB Broker, DP Brown, W Bruckner, D Bruncko, J Burger, FW Busser, A Bunyatyan, A Burrage, G Buschhorn, L Bystritskaya, AJ Campbell, J Cao, S Caron, D Clarke, B Clerbaux, C Collard, JG Contreras, YR Coppens, JA Coughlan, MC Cousinou, BE Cox, G Cozzika, J Cvach, JB Dainton, WD Dau, K Daum, Mattias Davidsson, B Delcourt, N Delerue, R Demirchyan, A De Roeck, EA De Wolf, C Diaconu, J Dingfelder, P Dixon, V Dodonov, JD Dowell, A Droutskoi, A Dubak, C Duprel, G Eckerlin, D Eckstein, V Efremenko, S Egli, R Eichler, F Eisele, E Eisenhandler, M Ellerbrock, E Elsen, M Erdmann, W Erdmann, PJW Faulkner, L Favart, A Fedotov, R Felst, J Ferencei, S Ferron, M Fleischer, YH Fleming, G Flugge, A Fomenko, L Foresti, J Formanek, JM Foster, G Franke, E Gabathuler, K Gabathuler, J Garvey, J Gassner, J Gayler, R Gerhards, C Gerlich, S Ghazaryan, L Goerlich, N Gogitidze, M Goldberg, C Grab, H Grassler, T Greenshaw, G Grindhammer, T Hadig, D Haidt, L Hajduk, WJ Haynes, B Heinemann, G Heinzelmann, RCW Henderson, S Hengstmann, H Henschel, R Heremans, G Herrera, I Herynek, M Hildebrandt, M Hilgers, KH Hiller, J Hladky, P Hoting, D Hoffmann, R Horisberger, S Hurling, M Ibbotson, C Issever, M Jacquet, M Jaffre, L Janauschek, X Janssen, V Jemanov, Leif Jönsson, C Johnson, DP Johnson, MAS Jones, Hannes Jung, HK Kastli, D Kant, M Kapichine, Martin Karlsson, O Karschnick, F Keil, N Keller, J Kennedy, IR Kenyon, S Kermiche, C Kiesling, Pär Kjellberg, M Klein, C Kleinwort, T Kluge, G Knies, B Koblitz, SD Kolya, V Korbel, P Kostka, SK Kotelnikov, R Koutouev, A Koutov, H Krehbiel, J Kroseberg, K Kruger, A Kupper, T Kuhr, T Kurca, R Lahmann, D Lamb, MPJ Landon, W Lange, T Lastovicka, P Laycock, E Lebailly, A Lebedev, B Leissner, R Lemrani, V Lendermann, S Levonian, Magnus Lindström, B List, E Lobodzinska, B Lobodzinski, A Loginov, N Loktionova, V Lubimov, S Luders, D Luke, L Lytkin, H Mahlke-Kruger, N Malden, E Malinovski, I Malinovski, R Maracek, P Marage, J Marks, R Marshall, HU Martyn, J Martyniak, SJ Maxfield, D Meer, A Mehta, K Meier, AB Meyer, H Meyer, J Meyer, PO Meyer, S Mikocki, D Milstead, T Mkrtchyan, R Mohr, S Mohrdieck, MN Mondragon, F Moreau, A Morozov, JV Morris, K Muller, P Murin, V Nagovizin, B Naroska, J Naumann, T Naumann, G Nellen, PR Newman, TC Nicholls, F Niebergall, C Niebuhr, O Nix, G Nowak, JE Olsson, D Ozerov, V Panassik, C Pascaud, GD Patel, M Peez, E Perez, JP Phillips, D Pitzl, R Poschl, I Potachnikova, B Povh, K Rabbertz, G Radel, J Rauschenberger, P Reimer, B Reisert, D Reyna, C Risler, E Rizvi, P Robmann, R Roosen, A Rostovtsev, S Rusakov, K Rybicki, DPC Sankey, J Scheins, FP Schilling, P Schleper, D Schmidt, D Schmidt, S Schmidt, S Schmitt, M Schneider, L Schoeffel, A Schoning, T Schorner, V Schroder, HC Schultz-Coulon, C Schwanenberger, K Sedlak, F Sefkow, V Shekelyan, I Sheviakov, LN Shtarkov, Y Sirois, T Sloan, P Smirnov, Y Soloviev, D South, V Spaskov, A Specka, H Spitzer, R Stamen, B Stella, J Stiewe, U Straumann, M Swart, M Tasevsky, V Tchernyshov, S Tchetchelnitski, G Thompson, PD Thompson, N Tobien, D Traynor, P Truol, G Tsipolitis, I Tsurin, J Turnau, JE Turney, E Tzamariudaki, S Udluft, M Urban, A Usik, S Valkar, A Valkarova, C Vallee, P Van Mechelen, S Vassiliev, Y Vazdik, A Vichnevski, K Wacker, R Wallny, B Waugh, G Weber, M Weber, D Wegener, C Werner, M Werner, N Werner, G White, S Wiesand, T Wilksen, M Winde, GG Winter, C Wissing, M Wobisch, E Wunsch, AC Wyatt, J Zacek, J Zalesak, Z Zhang, A Zhokin, F Zomer, J Zsembery, M zur Nedden

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Abstract

Deep-inelastic scattering data in the range 150 < Q(2) < 35000 GeV2 are used to investigate the minimum jet separation necessary to allow accurate description of the rate of dijet production using next-to-leading order perturbative QCD calculations. The required jet separation is found to be small, allowing about 1/3 of DIS data to be classified as dijet, as opposed to approximately 1/10 with more typical jet analyses. A number of precision measurements made using this dijet sample are well described by the calculations. The data are also described by the combination of leading order matrix elements and parton showers, as implemented in the QCD based Monte Carlo model RAPGAP.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)33-41
JournalEuropean Physical Journal C. Particles and Fields
Volume24
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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The record was previously connected to the following departments: Particle Physics (011013002), Chemical Physics (S) (011001060)

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  • Subatomic Physics

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