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Ratio measurements at ATLAS: More sensitivity to constrain Parton Distributions

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A wealth of proton-proton collision data has been collected at the LHC at five different centre-of-mass energies, providing complementary and additional information on the proton dynamics. Different final states such a W/Z, ttbar and jet production allows to obtain complementary information on the various parton flavours. Ratios between cross sections of different final states measured at different centre-of-mass energies allows to cancel dominant experimental systematics and luminosity uncertainties and improve constraints. Recent results of ratio measurements and other PDF determinations from the ATLAS collaboration are presented.

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