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EW corrections to Higgs strahlung at the Tevatron and the LHC with HAWK
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EW corrections to Higgs strahlung at the Tevatron and the LHC with HAWK
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Ansgar Denner
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Stefan Dittmaier
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Stefan Kallweit
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Alexander Mück
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We briefly report on the inclusion of NLO QCD and electroweak corrections to the Higgsstrahlung processes pp/p¯p → HW/Z→H+2leptons in the Monte Carlo program HAWK †. The electroweak corrections, which are at the level of −(5−10) % for total cross sections, further increase in size with increasing transverse momenta (pT) in differential cross sec...
We briefly report on the inclusion of NLO QCD and electroweak corrections to the Higgsstrahlung processes pp/p¯p → HW/Z→H+2leptons in the Monte Carlo program HAWK †. The electroweak corrections, which are at the level of −(5−10) % for total cross sections, further increase in size with increasing transverse momenta (pT) in differential cross sections. For instance, for pT,H> ∼ 200GeV, which is the interesting range at the LHC, the electroweak corrections to WH production reach about−15 % for MH = 120GeV. PoS(EPSHEP2011)235
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20120507
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Precision Calculations for GaugeBoson Pair Production with a Hadronic Jet at Hadron Colliders
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Precision Calculations for GaugeBoson Pair Production with a Hadronic Jet at Hadron Colliders
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Kallweit, Stefan
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Gaugeboson pairproduction processes with an additional hadronic jet are of particular interest as background to Higgs and newphysics searches at hadron colliders. Moreover, they enablebesides genuine gaugeboson pair productiona direct analysis of the nonAbelian gaugeboson selfinteractions in the electroweak sector. In this work we p...
Gaugeboson pairproduction processes with an additional hadronic jet are of particular interest as background to Higgs and newphysics searches at hadron colliders. Moreover, they enablebesides genuine gaugeboson pair productiona direct analysis of the nonAbelian gaugeboson selfinteractions in the electroweak sector. In this work we provide precision calculations for the processes pp>VV+jet+X. In detail, corrections to WW+jet, ZZ+jet, and WZ+jet production are evaluated at nexttoleadingorder in the strong coupling (NLO QCD). Particular care has to be taken when treating the infrared singularities arising in the virtual and real corrections. The FormCalc/LoopTools package is applied for the virtual corrections, where dimensionally regularized infrareddivergent integrals are added to the FF library which is used for the regular ones. The realemission matrix elements are evaluated in terms of helicity amplitudes in the WeylvanderWaerden formalism. The CataniSeymour dipole subtraction formalism mediates the cancellation of infrared divergences between the two contributions. To perform the numerical integration a multichannel Monte Carlo integrator is written in C++, which is designed to meet the requirements of integrating cross sections in the dipole subtraction formalism. For all gaugeboson assignments, the NLO QCD corrections significantly stabilize the artificial dependence of the leadingorder (LO) cross sections on renormalization and factorization scales for Tevatron. For LHC, however, only a modest reduction of the scale dependence results unless a veto on a second hard jet is applied. Beyond investigating the production processes, leptonic decays of the gauge bosons are considered. To this end, a full amplitude calculation including resonant and nonresonant contributions to the leptonic final states, a simple narrowwidth approximation (NWA), and an improved version of the NWA that takes into account spin correlations are performed at LO. Comparing these approaches the improved NWA turns out to deliver an appropriate approximation to the decays at a reasonable level of accuracy. Thus, an NLO QCD calculation to VV+jet including leptonic decays is performed in the framework of the improved NWA. Several results on differential cross sections for quantities of the jet and the decay leptons are presented. For WW+jet, we discuss both protonproton collisions at LHC and protonantiproton collisions at Tevatron. For WZ+jet and ZZ+jet, however, the cross sections at Tevatron are too small, so only results for LHC are presented. The Monte Carlo generator developed in this thesis can be used as a tool in data analysis at LHC and Tevatron.
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LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München
Year of Publication:
20081121
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Fakultät für Physik
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NLO QCD corrections to pp>WW+jet+X
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Title:
NLO QCD corrections to pp>WW+jet+X
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Uwer, Peter
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We report on a calculation of the nexttoleading order QCD corrections to the production of Wboson pairs in association with a hard jet at hadron colliders, which is an important source of background for Higgs and newphysics searches at the LHC. If a veto against the emission of a second hard jet is applied, the corrections stabilize the lead...
We report on a calculation of the nexttoleading order QCD corrections to the production of Wboson pairs in association with a hard jet at hadron colliders, which is an important source of background for Higgs and newphysics searches at the LHC. If a veto against the emission of a second hard jet is applied, the corrections stabilize the leadingorder prediction for the cross section considerably. ; Comment: 6 pages, latex, 5 figures, 7 epsfiles, to appear in the proceedings of 9th Workshop on Elementary Particle Theory: Loops and Legs in Quantum Field Theory, Sondershausen, Germany, 2025 Apr 2008
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20080704
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NLO QCD corrections to pp>WW+jet+X
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NLO QCD corrections to pp>WW+jet+X
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Uwer, Peter
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We report on the calculation of the nexttoleading order QCD corrections to the production of Wboson pairs in association with a hard jet at hadron colliders, which is an important source of background for Higgs and newphysics searches. If a veto against the emission of a second hard jet is applied, the corrections stabilize the leadingorder...
We report on the calculation of the nexttoleading order QCD corrections to the production of Wboson pairs in association with a hard jet at hadron colliders, which is an important source of background for Higgs and newphysics searches. If a veto against the emission of a second hard jet is applied, the corrections stabilize the leadingorder prediction for the cross section considerably. ; Comment: 6 pages, latex, 4 ps figures, to appear in the proceedings of the "8th International Symposium on Radiative Corrections (RADCOR07)", Florence, Italy, October 15, 2007
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20071219
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http://arxiv.org/abs/0712.3163
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NLO QCD corrections to WW+jet production including leptonic W decays at hadron colliders
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NLO QCD corrections to WW+jet production including leptonic W decays at hadron colliders
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Uwer, Peter
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We report on the calculation of the nexttoleading order QCD corrections to the production of Wboson pairs in association with a hard jet at the Tevatron and the LHC, which is an important source of background for Higgs and newphysics searches. Leptonic decays of the W bosons are included by applying an improved version of the narrowwidth ap...
We report on the calculation of the nexttoleading order QCD corrections to the production of Wboson pairs in association with a hard jet at the Tevatron and the LHC, which is an important source of background for Higgs and newphysics searches. Leptonic decays of the W bosons are included by applying an improved version of the narrowwidth approximation that treats the W bosons as onshell particles, but keeps the information on the W spin. A selection of differential NLO QCD cross sections is provided both for the LHC and the Tevatron. The QCD corrections stabilize the LO prediction for the cross section with respect to scale variations. The differential LO cross sections are generally not simply rescaled by the corrections. Their shapes are particularly distorted if an additional energy scale is involved. ; Comment: 6pp. To appear in the proceedings of 9th International Symposium on Radiative Corrections (RADCOR 2009): Applications of Quantum Field Theory to Phenomenology, Ascona, Switzerland, 2530 Oct 2009
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20100114
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NLO QCD corrections to W+ W+ jj production in vectorboson fusion at the LHC
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NLO QCD corrections to W+ W+ jj production in vectorboson fusion at the LHC
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Denner, Ansgar
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Hosekova, Lucia
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We present a nexttoleadingorder QCD calculation for e+\nu e\mu+\nu\mu jj production in vectorboson fusion, i.e. the scattering of two positively charged W bosons at the LHC. We include the complete set of electroweak leadingorder diagrams for the sixparticle final state and quantitatively assess the size of the schannel and interference c...
We present a nexttoleadingorder QCD calculation for e+\nu e\mu+\nu\mu jj production in vectorboson fusion, i.e. the scattering of two positively charged W bosons at the LHC. We include the complete set of electroweak leadingorder diagrams for the sixparticle final state and quantitatively assess the size of the schannel and interference contributions in VBF kinematics. The calculation uses the complexmass scheme to describe the Wboson resonances and is implemented into a flexible Monte Carlo generator. Using a dynamical scale based on the transverse momenta of the jets, the QCD corrections stay below about 10% for all considered observables, while the residual scale dependence is at the level of 1%. ; Comment: 60 pages
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20120911
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1209.2389
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NLO QCD corrections to offshell ttbar production at hadron colliders
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NLO QCD corrections to offshell ttbar production at hadron colliders
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Dittmaier, Stefan
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Kallweit, Stefan
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The production of topantitopquark pairs at hadron colliders is interesting both in its own right as signal process, but also as background to many searches for new physics. The corresponding predictions aim at the precision level of few per cent, rendering not only the inclusion of radiative corrections of the strong and electroweak interactio...
The production of topantitopquark pairs at hadron colliders is interesting both in its own right as signal process, but also as background to many searches for new physics. The corresponding predictions aim at the precision level of few per cent, rendering not only the inclusion of radiative corrections of the strong and electroweak interactions relevant, but also of offshell and finitewidth effects originating from the topquark decays t > b W > b l \nu_l / qq'. We report on a calculation for the full process pp > W^+ W^ b \bar{b} > \nu_e e^+ \mu^ \nu_\mu b \bar{b} at nexttoleading order QCD and discuss the effects of the finite widths of the top quarks and of the W bosons for selected observables. Generically it turns out that finitetopwidth effects are at the percent level whenever the topquark resonances dominate, but those effects can reach tens of per cent in offshell tails. FiniteWwidth effects, on the other hand, are suppressed to less than 0.5% whenever the top quarks can become resonant and only become sizeable in exceptional cases. One such case, however, is the invariant mass of a bottom quark and the corresponding charged lepton, which result from the same topquark decay  an observable that is relevant for precision measurements of the topquark mass. ; Comment: 7 pages, 4 eps figures, to appear in the Proceedings of the 11th Workshop "Loops and Legs in Quantum Field Theory", Wernigerode, Germany, 2012
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20120820
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EW corrections to Higgs strahlung at the Tevatron and the LHC with HAWK
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EW corrections to Higgs strahlung at the Tevatron and the LHC with HAWK
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Dittmaier, Stefan
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We briefly report on the inclusion of NLO QCD and electroweak corrections to the Higgsstrahlung processes pp/ppbar > HW/Z > H+2leptons in the Monte Carlo program HAWK. The electroweak corrections, which are at the level of (510)% for total cross sections, further increase in size with increasing transverse momenta (p_T) in differential cros...
We briefly report on the inclusion of NLO QCD and electroweak corrections to the Higgsstrahlung processes pp/ppbar > HW/Z > H+2leptons in the Monte Carlo program HAWK. The electroweak corrections, which are at the level of (510)% for total cross sections, further increase in size with increasing transverse momenta (p_T) in differential cross sections. For instance, for p_{T,H}>200GeV, which is the interesting range at the LHC, the electroweak corrections to WH production reach about 15% for M_H=120GeV. ; Comment: 4 pages, latex, 2 figures (8 plots), to appear in the proceedings of The 2011 Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics, EPSHEP 2011, Grenoble, France
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20111222
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NLO QCD corrections to offshell topantitop production with leptonic decays at hadron colliders
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NLO QCD corrections to offshell topantitop production with leptonic decays at hadron colliders
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Dittmaier, Stefan
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We present details of a calculation of the cross section for hadronic topantitop production in nexttoleading order (NLO) QCD, including the decays of the top and antitop into bottom quarks and leptons. This calculation is based on matrix elements for \nu e e+ \mu \bar{\nu}_{\mu}b\bar{b} production and includes all nonresonant diagrams, inte...
We present details of a calculation of the cross section for hadronic topantitop production in nexttoleading order (NLO) QCD, including the decays of the top and antitop into bottom quarks and leptons. This calculation is based on matrix elements for \nu e e+ \mu \bar{\nu}_{\mu}b\bar{b} production and includes all nonresonant diagrams, interferences, and offshell effects of the top quarks. Such contributions are formally suppressed by the topquark width and turn out to be small in the inclusive cross section. However, they can be strongly enhanced in exclusive observables that play an important role in Higgs and newphysics searches. Also nonresonant and offshell effects due to the finite Wboson width are investigated in detail, but their impact is much smaller than naively expected. We also introduce a matching approach to improve NLO calculations involving intermediate unstable particles. Using a fixed QCD scale leads to perturbative instabilities in the highenergy tails of distributions, but an appropriate dynamical scale stabilises NLO predictions. Numerical results for the total cross section, several distributions, and asymmetries are presented for Tevatron and the LHC at 7 TeV, 8 TeV, and 14 TeV. ; Comment: 61 pp. Matches version published in JHEP; one more reference added
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HAWK 2.0: A Monte Carlo program for Higgs production in vectorboson fusion and Higgs strahlung at hadron colliders
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HAWK 2.0: A Monte Carlo program for Higgs production in vectorboson fusion and Higgs strahlung at hadron colliders
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Denner, Ansgar
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Dittmaier, Stefan
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The Monte Carlo integrator HAWK provides precision predictions for Higgs production at hadron colliders in vectorboson fusion and Higgs strahlung, i.e. in production processes where the Higgs boson is Attached to WeaK bosons. The fully differential predictions include the full QCD and electroweak nexttoleadingorder corrections. Results are c...
The Monte Carlo integrator HAWK provides precision predictions for Higgs production at hadron colliders in vectorboson fusion and Higgs strahlung, i.e. in production processes where the Higgs boson is Attached to WeaK bosons. The fully differential predictions include the full QCD and electroweak nexttoleadingorder corrections. Results are computed as integrated cross sections and as binned distributions for important hadroncollider observables. ; Comment: 33 pages, 1 figure
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20141217
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(1) Kunszt, Z.
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(1) Inst. Nat. Fisica Nucleare (INFN): OA Repository
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(1) Ghent Univ.
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