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Title: 13 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev13pp_pythia8_qcd_em

Abstract

Filtered QCD multijet events (2->2 process) using a electron and muon filters. PDF: LHAPDF6:NNPDF23_lo_as_0130_qed. The sample was created using the Pythia8 tune Tune:pp = 14, similar to ATLAS. The sample was created for ATLAS studies of dijet+lepton event topologies. EM filters: Events contain at least one final state electron or muon from QCD dijet events. The leptons are isolated to make sure there is no hadronic activity around. This was done by using a cone of 0.2 around the lepton, and by requiring that the lepton carries at least 90% of energy of the 0.2 cone in eta and phi. In addition, fake lepton and muon rates were simulated. It is assumed that an antiKT4 jet with less than 10 numbers of constituents have 10% chance to be electron, and 1% chance to be a muon. Such fake leptons were put at the end of the event records. The particles that were used for fake leptons were subtracted from the original event record. How to use weights: This is weighted events to obtain good statistics up to very large pT. This feature is set via PhaseSpace:bias2Selection and PhaseSpace:bias2SelectionPow = 5.0. Use event weights to obtain correct pT distribution. Slimmed as:more » Particle records are slimmed (all stable with pT>0.3 GeV) and (PID=5 || PID=6) or PID>22 && PID<38) or PID>10 && PID<17). Note: Created for ATLAS BSM analysis« less

Authors:

  1. Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States)
Publication Date:
DOE Contract Number:  
AC02-06CH11357
Product Type:
Dataset
Research Org.:
Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States). HepSim Monte Carlo Event Repository
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE Office of Science (SC)
Subject:
72 PHYSICS OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES AND FIELDS
Keywords:
SM; PYTHIA8; LO+PS+hadronisation; Monte Carlo; simulations; particle physics; high energy physics
OSTI Identifier:
1575738
DOI:
10.34664/1575738

Citation Formats

Chekanov, S. 13 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev13pp_pythia8_qcd_em. United States: N. p., 2018. Web. doi:10.34664/1575738.
Chekanov, S. 13 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev13pp_pythia8_qcd_em. United States. doi:10.34664/1575738.
Chekanov, S. 2018. "13 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev13pp_pythia8_qcd_em". United States. doi:10.34664/1575738. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1575738. Pub date:Fri Oct 26 00:00:00 EDT 2018
@article{osti_1575738,
title = {13 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev13pp_pythia8_qcd_em},
author = {Chekanov, S.},
abstractNote = {Filtered QCD multijet events (2->2 process) using a electron and muon filters. PDF: LHAPDF6:NNPDF23_lo_as_0130_qed. The sample was created using the Pythia8 tune Tune:pp = 14, similar to ATLAS. The sample was created for ATLAS studies of dijet+lepton event topologies. EM filters: Events contain at least one final state electron or muon from QCD dijet events. The leptons are isolated to make sure there is no hadronic activity around. This was done by using a cone of 0.2 around the lepton, and by requiring that the lepton carries at least 90% of energy of the 0.2 cone in eta and phi. In addition, fake lepton and muon rates were simulated. It is assumed that an antiKT4 jet with less than 10 numbers of constituents have 10% chance to be electron, and 1% chance to be a muon. Such fake leptons were put at the end of the event records. The particles that were used for fake leptons were subtracted from the original event record. How to use weights: This is weighted events to obtain good statistics up to very large pT. This feature is set via PhaseSpace:bias2Selection and PhaseSpace:bias2SelectionPow = 5.0. Use event weights to obtain correct pT distribution. Slimmed as: Particle records are slimmed (all stable with pT>0.3 GeV) and (PID=5 || PID=6) or PID>22 && PID<38) or PID>10 && PID<17). Note: Created for ATLAS BSM analysis},
doi = {10.34664/1575738},
journal = {},
number = ,
volume = ,
place = {United States},
year = {2018},
month = {10}
}

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