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Bottom-quark mass effects in bbH production

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After carefully explaining how fixed and variable flavour schemes arise in the context of DIS , I will discuss how one can consistently combine the merits of the two. The final matched result includes the full power corrections of the fixed-flavour scheme and resums the potentially large logarithms. I will then talk about the application of this approach to the case of bbH at the LHC and present a fair and thorough comparison to the existing 4-flavour, 5-flavour and Santander-matched predictions.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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