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### Fast embedding of jets in heavy-ion collisions for background studies with ALICE

Bathen, Bastian
arXiv.org, Jun 16, 2011
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Title: Fast embedding of jets in heavy-ion collisions for background studies with ALICE
Author: Bathen, Bastian
Contributor: Bathen, Bastian (pacrepositoryorg)
Subject: Cones ; Subtraction ; Embedding ; Variation ; Ionic Collisions
Description: Jet reconstruction in heavy-ion collisions is strongly affected by soft background from the underlying event. For an appropriate interpretation of the jet observables it is essential to understand the influence of the background and its fluctuations on the reconstructed jets. With this purpose we study random cones and the response of a known probe embedded in a heavy-ion events. The embedded probe can be a single high-p_T track or a jet from a simulated or real pp event. This allows a detailed study of background fluctuations and verification of the performance of background subtraction methods.
Is part of: arXiv.org, Jun 16, 2011
Identifier: 2331-8422 (E-ISSN)
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### Fast embedding of jets in heavy-ion collisions for background studies with ALICE

Bathen, Bastian
Cornell University
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Title: Fast embedding of jets in heavy-ion collisions for background studies with ALICE
Author: Bathen, Bastian
Subject: High Energy Physics - Experiment ; Nuclear Experiment
Description: Jet reconstruction in heavy-ion collisions is strongly affected by soft background from the underlying event. For an appropriate interpretation of the jet observables it is essential to understand the influence of the background and its fluctuations on the reconstructed jets. With this purpose we study random cones and the response of a known probe embedded in a heavy-ion events. The embedded probe can be a single high-p_T track or a jet from a simulated or real pp event. This allows a detailed study of background fluctuations and verification of the performance of background subtraction methods. Comment: To appear in the proceedings of the 6th International Workshop High-pT physics at LHC, April 4-7th, 2011, 6 pages, 5 figures
Identifier: 1106.3212 (ARXIV ID)
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