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## Combined PDF and strong coupling uncertainties at the LHC with NNPDF2.0

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Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica

Publicado em 03/05/2010
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We present predictions for relevant LHC observables obtained with the
NNPDF2.0 set. We compute the combined PDFs uncertainties on these observables,
and show that combining errors in quadrature yields an excellent approximation
to exact error propagation. We then compare the NNPDF2.0 results to the other
global PDF fits using a common value of $\alpha_s$. At LHC 7 TeV, reasonable
agreement, both in central values and in uncertainties, is found for NNPDF2.0,
CTEQ6.6 and MSTW08.; Comment: 4 pages, 2 figures, contribution for the proceedings of the
conference "Rencontres de Moriond, QCD and High Energy Interactions", 2010

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## Probing gluon nuclear PDF with direct photon production in association with a heavy quark

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We investigate a possible use of direct photon production in association with
a heavy quark in $pA$ collisions at the large hadron collider to constrain the
nuclear gluon parton distribution function. This process is sensitive to both,
the nuclear heavy quark and gluon parton distribution functions and is a very
promising candidate to help determine the gluon nuclear PDF which is still
largely untested.; Comment: 4 pages, proceedings of DIS2011

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## Using Drell-Yan forward-backward asymmetry to reduce PDF errors in the measurement of electroweak parameters

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The uncertainties in Parton Distribution Functions (PDFs) are the dominant
source of systematic error in precision measurements of electroweak parameters
at hadron colliders (e.g. $\sin^2\theta_{eff}(M_Z)$,
$\sin^2\theta_{W}=1-M_W^2/M_Z^2$ and the mass of the W boson). We show that
measurements of the forward-backward charge asymmetry ($A_{FB}(M,y)$) of
Drell-Yan dilepton events produced at hadron colliders provide a new powerful
tool to reduce the PDF errors in these measurements,; Comment: 11 pages, 8 Figures, Submitted to EPJC

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## Constraining the polarized gluon PDF in pp collisions at RHIC

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Publicado em 17/10/2008
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The main focus of the physics program at PHENIX and STAR that makes use of
RHIC's polarized proton beams is to figure out how and if at all the gluons
inside protons are polarized, or to put it another way, do the spin 1 gluons
prefer to have their spins aligned or anti-aligned with the spin of the proton,
or do they just not care? This question is an important part of the more
general question of how the constituents of protons, gluons and quarks,
conspire to make up the overall spin 1/2 of the proton. Measurements of, e.g,
jet and hadron, production cross-section differences between the two cases
where the two polarized protons colliding have their spins aligned and
anti-aligned are sensitive to the gluon polarization, which is encoded in the
spin--dependent parton distribution function (PDF) for gluons, Delta-g(x).; Comment: 4 pages, 5 figures, Proceedings of the 34th International Conference
on High-Energy Physics (ICHEP 08), Philadelphia, USA, July 29th - August 5th,
2008

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## Constraining the Intrinsic Heavy Quark PDF via Direct Photon Production in Association with a Heavy Quark Jet

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We investigate a possible use of direct photon production in association with
a heavy quark to test different models of intrinsic heavy quark parton
distribution function (PDF) at the Tevatron, at the large hadron collider (LHC)
and at RHIC.; Comment: 4 pages, to appear in proceedings of DIS2012

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## Rapid Acquisition Pair Distribution Function (RA-PDF) Analysis

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Publicado em 28/04/2003
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An image plate (IP) detector coupled with high energy synchrotron radiation
was used for atomic pair distribution function (PDF) analysis, with high probed
momentum transfer \Qmax $\leq 28.5$ \RAA from crystalline materials. Materials
with different structural complexities were measured to test the validity of
the quantitative data analysis. Experimental results are presented here for
crystalline Ni, crystalline \alf, and the layered Aurivillius type oxides \bivo
and \bivtio . Overall, the diffraction patterns show good counting statistics
with measuring time from one to tens of seconds. The PDFs obtained are of high
quality. Structures may be refined from these PDFs, and the structural models
are consistent with the published literature. Data sets from similar samples
are highly reproducible.; Comment: 5 pages, 4 figures, submitted to J. Appl. Cryst

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## Multifractal Analysis of Various PDF in Turbulence based on Generalized Statistics: A Way to Tangles in Superfluid He

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Publicado em 02/06/2003
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By means of the multifractal analysis (MFA), the expressions of the
probability density functions (PDFs) are unified in a compact analytical
formula which is valid for various quantities in turbulence. It is shown that
the formula can explain precisely the experimentally observed PDFs both on log
and linear scales. The PDF consists of two parts, i.e., the {\it tail} part and
the {\it center} part. The structure of the tail part of the PDFs, determined
mostly by the intermittency exponent, represents the intermittent large
deviations that is a manifestation of the multifractal distribution of
singularities in physical space due to the scale invariance of the
Navier-Stokes equation for large Reynolds number. On the other hand, the
structure of the center part represents small deviations violating the scale
invariance due to thermal fluctuations and/or observation error.; Comment: 10 pages and 5 figures

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## Nuclear PDF for neutrino and charged lepton data

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Publicado em 13/12/2010
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Neutrino Deep Inelastic Scattering on nuclei is an essential process to
constrain the strange quark parton distribution functions in the proton. The
critical component on the way to using the neutrino DIS data in a proton PDF
analysis is understanding the nuclear effects in parton distribution functions.
We parametrize these effects by nuclear parton distribution functions. Here we
compare results from two analysis of NPDF both done at next-to-leading order in
QCD. The first uses neutral current charged-lepton lA Deeply Inelastic
Scattering and Drell-Yan data for several nuclear targets and the second uses
neutrino-nucleon DIS data. We compare the nuclear corrections factors
F_2^Fe/F_2^D for the charged-lepton data with other results from the
literature. In particular, we compare and contrast fits based upon the
charged-lepton DIS data with those using neutrino-nucleon DIS data.; Comment: 3 pages, 2 figures, to be published in Proceedings of 12th
International Workshop on Neutrino Factories, Super beams and Beta Beams,
2010

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## A search for b(c) quark pdf uncertainties at TeV scale ep collider

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We discuss c\bar{c} and b\bar{b} pair productions at ep collider for studying
extremely small x(g) region. It has been shown that Large Hadron electron
Collider (LHeC) has a reach of about x(g)>10^{-6}. The aim of this work is to
show that the PDF uncertainties in the heavy flavour production. Maximum
difference of cross section between PDFs 60% has been found in the process of
ep\rightarrow eq\bar{q}X.

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## Inclusion of W^+- single-spin asymmetry data in a polarised PDF determination via Bayesian reweighting

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We discuss how the experimental information from longitudinal single-spin
asymmetries for $W^{\pm}$ boson production in polarised proton-proton
collisions can be included in a polarised parton determination by Bayesian
reweighting of a Monte Carlo set of polarised PDF replicas. We explicitly
construct a prior ensemble of polarised parton distributions using available
fits to inclusive and semi-inclusive DIS data and we discuss the potential
impact of existing and future RHIC measurements on it.; Comment: 5 pages, 4 figures, to appear in the proceedings of the 3rd Workshop
on the QCD Structure of the Nucleon (QCD-N'12), Bilbao October 2012

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## The LHC p+Pb run from the nuclear PDF perspective

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Publicado em 20/08/2014
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The p+Pb and Pb+Pb runs at the LHC have opened a possibility to investigate
the validity of collinear factorization in a clearly higher center-of-mass
energy scale than earlier in nuclear collisions. Indeed, some processes that
have been measured routinely in p+p($\overline {\rm p}$) collisions and
utilized for years in free proton PDF fits, can now finally be reached also in
the nuclear case. Such new data are expected to provide conclusive answers
concerning the universality of the nuclear PDFs. In this talk, I will contrast
some of the first p+Pb and Pb+Pb measurements to the predictions based on the
nuclear PDFs.; Comment: Transcription of the talk given in DIS2014 conference

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## Local 3D real space atomic structure of the simple icosahedral Ho11Mg15Zn74 quasicrystal from PDF data

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Publicado em 08/08/2003
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We present a new complementary strategy to quasicrystalline structure
determination: The local atomic structure of simple icosahedral (si)
Ho11Mg15Zn74 [a(6D)=5.144(3)A] in a sphere of up to r=17A was refined using the
atomic pair distribution function (PDF) from in-house X-ray powder diffraction
data (MoKa1, Qmax=13.5A-1; R=20.4%). The basic building block is a 105-atom
Bergman-Cluster {Ho8Mg12Zn85}. Its center is occupied by a Zn atom - in
contrast to a void in face centred icosahedral (fci) Ho9Mg26Zn65. The center is
then surrounded by another 12 Zn atoms, forming an icosahedron (1st shell). The
2nd shell is made up of 8 Ho atoms arranged on the vertices of a cube which in
turn is completed to a pentagon dodecahedron by 12 Mg atoms, the dodecahedron
then being capped by 12 Zn atoms. The 3rd shell is a distorted soccer ball of
60 Zn atoms, reflecting the higher Zn content of the si phase compared to the
fci phase. In our model, 7% of all atoms are situated in between the clusters.
The model corresponds to a hypothetical 1/1-approximant of the icosahedral (i)
phase. The local coordinations of the single atoms are of a much distorted
Frank-Kasper type and call to mind those present in 0/1-Mg2Zn11.; Comment: 18 pages, 8 figures, to appear in Cryst. Res. Tech

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## PDF reweighting in the Hessian matrix approach

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We introduce the Hessian reweighting of parton distribution functions (PDFs).
Similarly to the better-known Bayesian methods, its purpose is to address the
compatibility of new data and the quantitative modifications they induce within
an existing set of PDFs. By construction, the method discussed here applies to
the PDF fits that carried out a Hessian error analysis using a non-zero
tolerance $\Delta\chi^2$. The principle is validated by considering a simple,
transparent example. We are also able to establish an agreement with the
Bayesian technique provided that the tolerance criterion is appropriately
accounted for and that a purely exponential Bayesian likelihood is assumed. As
a practical example, we discuss the inclusive jet production at the LHC.; Comment: The final version, to appear in JHEP

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## Including heavy flavour production in PDF fits

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Publicado em 03/09/2007
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AT HERA heavy quarks may contribute up to 30% of the structure function
$F_2$. The introduction of heavy quarks requires an extension of the DGLAP
formalism. The effect of using different heavy flavour number schemes, and
different approaches to the running of $\alpha_s$, are compared using the ZEUS
PDF fit formalism. The potential of including charm data in the fit is
explored, using $D^*$ double differential cross-sections rather than the
inclusive quantity $F_2^{c\bar{c}}$.; Comment: 7 pages, 10 figures, contribution to discussion at HERA-LHC workshop
2007

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## Langevin PDF simulation of particle deposition in a turbulent pipe flow

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Publicado em 22/06/2008
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The paper deals with the description of particle deposition on walls from a
turbulent flow over a large range of particle diameter, using a Langevin PDF
model. The first aim of the work is to test how the present Langevin model is
able to describe this phenomenon and to outline the physical as- pects which
play a major role in particle deposition. The general features and
characteristics of the present stochastic model are first recalled. Then,
results obtained with the standard form of the model are presented along with
an analysis which has been carried out to check the sensitivity of the
predictions on different mean fluid quantities. These results show that the
physical repre- sentation of the near-wall physics has to be improved and that,
in particular, one possible route is to introduce specific features related to
the near-wall coherent structures. In the following, we propose a simple
phenomenological model that introduces some of the effects due to the presence
of turbulent coherent structures on particles in a thin layer close to the
wall. The results obtained with this phenomenological model are in good
agreement with experimental evidence and this suggests to pursue in that
direction, towards the development of more general and rigorous stochastic
models that provide a link between a geometrical description of turbulent flow
and a statistical one.; Comment: 40 pages...

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## Mean-field/PDF numerical approach for polydispersed turbulent two-phase flows

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The purpose of this paper is to give an overview in the realm of numerical
computations of polydispersed turbulent two-phase flows, using a mean-field/PDF
approach. In this approach, the numerical solution is obtained by resorting to
a hybrid method where the mean fluid properties are computed by solving
mean-field (RANS) equations with a classical finite volume procedure whereas
the local instantaneous properties of the particles are determined by solving
stochastic differential equations (SDEs). The fundamentals of the general
formalism are recalled and particular attention is focused on a specific
theoretical issue: the treatment of the multiscale character of the dynamics of
the discrete particles, that is the consistency of the system of SDEs in
asymptotic cases. Then, the main lines of the particle/mesh algorithm are given
and some specific problems, related to the integration of the SDEs, are
discussed, for example, issues related to the specificity of the treatment of
the averaging and projection operators, the time integration of the SDEs (weak
numerical schemes consistent with all asymptotic cases), and the computation of
the source terms. Practical simulations, for three different flows, are
performed in order to demonstrate the ability of both the models and the
numerics to cope with the stringent specificities of polydispersed turbulent
two-phase flows.; Comment: 88 pages...

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