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Constructing All-Order Corrections to Multi-Jet Rates

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Understanding multi-jet processes at the LHC is essential for both signal and background studies. I will discuss a technique for approximating multi-jet processes which can be used for pure jets, W+jets, Z+jets and H+jets. This builds on the universal behaviour of amplitudes in the limit of large rapidity separation and yet is applicable to regions of phase space relevant for the LHC . The resultant formalism is simple enough to allow efficient evaluation such that it will be possible to sum contributions from all orders.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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