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Title: Azimuthal Decorrelation of Jets Widely Separated in Rapidity

Abstract

This study reports the first measurement of the azimuthal decorrelation between jets with pseudorapidity separation up to five units. The data were accumulated using the D0 detector during the 1992{endash}1993 collider run of the Fermilab Tevatron at {radical}{ital s}=1.8 TeV. These results are compared to next-to-leading order (NLO) QCD predictions and to two leading-log approximations (LLA) where the leading-log terms are resummed to all orders in {alpha}{sub {ital S}}. The final state jets as predicted by NLO QCD show less azimuthal decorrelation than the data. The parton showering LLA Monte Carlo HERWIG describes the data well; an analytical LLA prediction based on Balitsky-Fadin-Kuraev-Lipatov resummation shows more decorrelation than the data. {copyright} {ital 1996 The American Physical Society.}

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OSTI Identifier:
288799
Resource Type:
Journal Article
Journal Name:
Physical Review Letters
Additional Journal Information:
Journal Volume: 77; Journal Issue: 4; Other Information: PBD: Jul 1996
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
66 PHYSICS; JETS; CORRELATIONS; FERMILAB TEVATRON; PARTICLE RAPIDITY; TEV RANGE 01-10; QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS; PERTURBATION THEORY; MONTE CARLO METHOD; DETECTORS

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Abachi, S, Abbott, B, Abolins, M, Acharya, B S, Adam, I, Adams, D L, Adams, M, Ahn, S, Aihara, H, Alitti, J, Alvarez, G, Alves, G A, Amidi, E, Amos, N, Anderson, E W, Aronson, S H, Astur, R, Avery, R E, Baarmand, M M, Baden, A, Balamurali, V, Balderston, J, Baldin, B, Banerjee, S, Bantly, J, Bartlett, J F, Bazizi, K, Bendich, J, Beri, S B, Bertram, I, Bezzubov, V A, Bhat, P C, Bhatnagar, V, Bhattacharjee, M, Bischoff, A, Biswas, N, Blazey, G, Blessing, S, Bloom, P, Boehnlein, A, Bojko, N I, Borcherding, F, Borders, J, Boswell, C, Brandt, A, Brock, R, Bross, A, Buchholz, D, Burtovoi, V S, Butler, J M, Carvalho, W, Casey, D, Castilla-Valdez, H, Chakraborty, D, Chang, S, Chekulaev, S V, Chen, L, Chen, W, Choi, S, Chopra, S, Choudhary, B C, Christenson, J H, Chung, M, Claes, D, Clark, A R, Cobau, W G, Cochran, J, Cooper, W E, Cretsinger, C, Cullen-Vidal, D, Cummings, M A, Cutts, D, Dahl, O I, De, K, Demarteau, M, Denisenko, N, Denisov, D, Denisov, S P, Diehl, H T, Diesburg, M, Di Loreto, G, Dixon, R, Draper, P, Drinkard, J, Ducros, Y, Dugad, S R, Edmunds, D, Ellison, J, Elvira, V D, Engelmann, R, Eno, S, Eppley, G, Ermolov, P, Eroshin, O V, Evdokimov, V N, Fahey, S, Fahland, T, Fatyga, M, Fatyga, M K, Featherly, J, Feher, S, Fein, D, Ferbel, T, Finocchiaro, G, Fisk, H E, Fisyak, Y, Flattum, E, Forden, G E, Fortner, M, Frame, K C, Franzini, P, Fuess, S, Gallas, E, Galyaev, A N, Geld, T, Genik, II, R J, Genser, K, Gerber, C E, Gibbard, B, Glebov, V, Glenn, S, Glicenstein, J F, Gobbi, B, Goforth, M, Goldschmidt, A, Gomez, B, Gomez, G, Goncharov, P I, Gonzalez Solis, J L, Gordon, H, Goss, L T, Graf, N, Grannis, P D, Green, D R, Green, J, Greenlee, H, Griffin, G, Grossman, N, Grudberg, P, Gruenendahl, S, Gu, W X, Guglielmo, G, Guida, J A, Guida, J M, Guryn, W, Gurzhiev, S N, Gutierrez, P, Gutnikov, Y E, and Hadley, N J. Azimuthal Decorrelation of Jets Widely Separated in Rapidity. United States: N. p., 1996. Web. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.77.595.
Abachi, S, Abbott, B, Abolins, M, Acharya, B S, Adam, I, Adams, D L, Adams, M, Ahn, S, Aihara, H, Alitti, J, Alvarez, G, Alves, G A, Amidi, E, Amos, N, Anderson, E W, Aronson, S H, Astur, R, Avery, R E, Baarmand, M M, Baden, A, Balamurali, V, Balderston, J, Baldin, B, Banerjee, S, Bantly, J, Bartlett, J F, Bazizi, K, Bendich, J, Beri, S B, Bertram, I, Bezzubov, V A, Bhat, P C, Bhatnagar, V, Bhattacharjee, M, Bischoff, A, Biswas, N, Blazey, G, Blessing, S, Bloom, P, Boehnlein, A, Bojko, N I, Borcherding, F, Borders, J, Boswell, C, Brandt, A, Brock, R, Bross, A, Buchholz, D, Burtovoi, V S, Butler, J M, Carvalho, W, Casey, D, Castilla-Valdez, H, Chakraborty, D, Chang, S, Chekulaev, S V, Chen, L, Chen, W, Choi, S, Chopra, S, Choudhary, B C, Christenson, J H, Chung, M, Claes, D, Clark, A R, Cobau, W G, Cochran, J, Cooper, W E, Cretsinger, C, Cullen-Vidal, D, Cummings, M A, Cutts, D, Dahl, O I, De, K, Demarteau, M, Denisenko, N, Denisov, D, Denisov, S P, Diehl, H T, Diesburg, M, Di Loreto, G, Dixon, R, Draper, P, Drinkard, J, Ducros, Y, Dugad, S R, Edmunds, D, Ellison, J, Elvira, V D, Engelmann, R, Eno, S, Eppley, G, Ermolov, P, Eroshin, O V, Evdokimov, V N, Fahey, S, Fahland, T, Fatyga, M, Fatyga, M K, Featherly, J, Feher, S, Fein, D, Ferbel, T, Finocchiaro, G, Fisk, H E, Fisyak, Y, Flattum, E, Forden, G E, Fortner, M, Frame, K C, Franzini, P, Fuess, S, Gallas, E, Galyaev, A N, Geld, T, Genik, II, R J, Genser, K, Gerber, C E, Gibbard, B, Glebov, V, Glenn, S, Glicenstein, J F, Gobbi, B, Goforth, M, Goldschmidt, A, Gomez, B, Gomez, G, Goncharov, P I, Gonzalez Solis, J L, Gordon, H, Goss, L T, Graf, N, Grannis, P D, Green, D R, Green, J, Greenlee, H, Griffin, G, Grossman, N, Grudberg, P, Gruenendahl, S, Gu, W X, Guglielmo, G, Guida, J A, Guida, J M, Guryn, W, Gurzhiev, S N, Gutierrez, P, Gutnikov, Y E, & Hadley, N J. Azimuthal Decorrelation of Jets Widely Separated in Rapidity. United States. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.77.595
Abachi, S, Abbott, B, Abolins, M, Acharya, B S, Adam, I, Adams, D L, Adams, M, Ahn, S, Aihara, H, Alitti, J, Alvarez, G, Alves, G A, Amidi, E, Amos, N, Anderson, E W, Aronson, S H, Astur, R, Avery, R E, Baarmand, M M, Baden, A, Balamurali, V, Balderston, J, Baldin, B, Banerjee, S, Bantly, J, Bartlett, J F, Bazizi, K, Bendich, J, Beri, S B, Bertram, I, Bezzubov, V A, Bhat, P C, Bhatnagar, V, Bhattacharjee, M, Bischoff, A, Biswas, N, Blazey, G, Blessing, S, Bloom, P, Boehnlein, A, Bojko, N I, Borcherding, F, Borders, J, Boswell, C, Brandt, A, Brock, R, Bross, A, Buchholz, D, Burtovoi, V S, Butler, J M, Carvalho, W, Casey, D, Castilla-Valdez, H, Chakraborty, D, Chang, S, Chekulaev, S V, Chen, L, Chen, W, Choi, S, Chopra, S, Choudhary, B C, Christenson, J H, Chung, M, Claes, D, Clark, A R, Cobau, W G, Cochran, J, Cooper, W E, Cretsinger, C, Cullen-Vidal, D, Cummings, M A, Cutts, D, Dahl, O I, De, K, Demarteau, M, Denisenko, N, Denisov, D, Denisov, S P, Diehl, H T, Diesburg, M, Di Loreto, G, Dixon, R, Draper, P, Drinkard, J, Ducros, Y, Dugad, S R, Edmunds, D, Ellison, J, Elvira, V D, Engelmann, R, Eno, S, Eppley, G, Ermolov, P, Eroshin, O V, Evdokimov, V N, Fahey, S, Fahland, T, Fatyga, M, Fatyga, M K, Featherly, J, Feher, S, Fein, D, Ferbel, T, Finocchiaro, G, Fisk, H E, Fisyak, Y, Flattum, E, Forden, G E, Fortner, M, Frame, K C, Franzini, P, Fuess, S, Gallas, E, Galyaev, A N, Geld, T, Genik, II, R J, Genser, K, Gerber, C E, Gibbard, B, Glebov, V, Glenn, S, Glicenstein, J F, Gobbi, B, Goforth, M, Goldschmidt, A, Gomez, B, Gomez, G, Goncharov, P I, Gonzalez Solis, J L, Gordon, H, Goss, L T, Graf, N, Grannis, P D, Green, D R, Green, J, Greenlee, H, Griffin, G, Grossman, N, Grudberg, P, Gruenendahl, S, Gu, W X, Guglielmo, G, Guida, J A, Guida, J M, Guryn, W, Gurzhiev, S N, Gutierrez, P, Gutnikov, Y E, and Hadley, N J. Mon . "Azimuthal Decorrelation of Jets Widely Separated in Rapidity". United States. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.77.595.
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title = {Azimuthal Decorrelation of Jets Widely Separated in Rapidity},
author = {Abachi, S and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, B S and Adam, I and Adams, D L and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alitti, J and Alvarez, G and Alves, G A and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, E W and Aronson, S H and Astur, R and Avery, R E and Baarmand, M M and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, J F and Bazizi, K and Bendich, J and Beri, S B and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, V A and Bhat, P C and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Bischoff, A and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, N I and Borcherding, F and Borders, J and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, V S and Butler, J M and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S and Chekulaev, S V and Chen, L and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, B C and Christenson, J H and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, A R and Cobau, W G and Cochran, J and Cooper, W E and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, M A and Cutts, D and Dahl, O I and De, K and Demarteau, M and Denisenko, N and Denisov, D and Denisov, S P and Diehl, H T and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto, G and Dixon, R and Draper, P and Drinkard, J and Ducros, Y and Dugad, S R and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, V D and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, O V and Evdokimov, V N and Fahey, S and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga, M K and Featherly, J and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, H E and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, G E and Fortner, M and Frame, K C and Franzini, P and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, A N and Geld, T and Genik, II, R J and Genser, K and Gerber, C E and Gibbard, B and Glebov, V and Glenn, S and Glicenstein, J F and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gomez, B and Gomez, G and Goncharov, P I and Gonzalez Solis, J L and Gordon, H and Goss, L T and Graf, N and Grannis, P D and Green, D R and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Griffin, G and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Gruenendahl, S and Gu, W X and Guglielmo, G and Guida, J A and Guida, J M and Guryn, W and Gurzhiev, S N and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, Y E and Hadley, N J},
abstractNote = {This study reports the first measurement of the azimuthal decorrelation between jets with pseudorapidity separation up to five units. The data were accumulated using the D0 detector during the 1992{endash}1993 collider run of the Fermilab Tevatron at {radical}{ital s}=1.8 TeV. These results are compared to next-to-leading order (NLO) QCD predictions and to two leading-log approximations (LLA) where the leading-log terms are resummed to all orders in {alpha}{sub {ital S}}. The final state jets as predicted by NLO QCD show less azimuthal decorrelation than the data. The parton showering LLA Monte Carlo HERWIG describes the data well; an analytical LLA prediction based on Balitsky-Fadin-Kuraev-Lipatov resummation shows more decorrelation than the data. {copyright} {ital 1996 The American Physical Society.}},
doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.77.595},
url = {https://www.osti.gov/biblio/288799}, journal = {Physical Review Letters},
number = 4,
volume = 77,
place = {United States},
year = {1996},
month = {7}
}