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The Lund jet plane: organising QCD radiation at colliders

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The radiation in collider events, in particular within jets, contains much information. That radiation is exploited for studies of the Higgs sector, searches for new physics, understanding vacuum QCD , and investigating the properties of the quark-gluon plasma. Theorists have long used so-called Lund diagrams as a tool to help think about the kinematic regions within jets. A decade of work on devising observables for studying jets for Higgs and new-physics searches has recently led to the observation that one can formulate the Lund diagram as an experimental analysis tool. It provides a physically powerful representation of any given jet’s structure and also remarkable insight also into features being learnt by AI-based jet tagging approaches.

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