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Colour Evolution and Jet Vetoes

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When we impose a jet veto on a process we are requiring that some region of phase space has a limited amount of hadronic activity. This allows us to discriminate between processes with different initial colour structures, such as the different production methods for a Higgs boson. The simplest case for studying the effects of jet vetoes is dijet production with a rapidity gap. I will discuss how an analytical resummation approach can be used to calculate observables for such a process. I will then compare the analytical results to those of the Herwig++ parton shower and make suggestions for how it can be improved.

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

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