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ALPGEN, a generator for hard multiparton processes in hadronic collisions
This paper presents a new event generator, ALPGEN, dedicated to the study of multiparton hard processes in hadronic collisions. The code performs, at the leading order in QCD and EW interactions, theExpand
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Theoretical predictions for charm and bottom production at the LHC
A bstractWe present predictions for a variety of single-inclusive observables that stem from the production of charm and bottom quark pairs at the 7 TeV LHC. They are obtained within the FONLLExpand
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Multi-Parton Amplitudes in Gauge Theories
In this report we review recent developments in perturbation theory methods for gauge theories. We present techniques and results that are useful in the calculation of cross sections for processesExpand
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Comparative study of various algorithms for the merging of parton showers and matrix elements in hadronic collisions
We compare different procedures for combining fixed-order tree-level matrix-element generators with parton showers. We use the case of W-production at the Tevatron and the LHC to compare differentExpand
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Heavy-quark correlations in hadron collisions at next-to-leading order
Abstract We present a calculation of the fully exclusive parton cross sections for heavy-quark production at order O(αS3) in QCD. Our result includes the Born cross section for producing a Q Q pair,Expand
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Matching matrix elements and shower evolution for top-pair production in hadronic collisions
We study the matching of multijet matrix elements and shower evolution in the case of top production in hadronic collisions at the Tevatron and at the LHC. We present the results of the matchingExpand
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Physics potential and experimental challenges of the LHC luminosity upgrade
Abstract.We discuss the physics potential and the experimental challenges of an upgraded LHC running at an instantaneous luminosity of 1035 cm-2s-1. The detector R&D needed to operate ATLAS and CMSExpand
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Duality and Multi - Gluon Scattering
For the six-gluon scattering process we give explicit and simple expressions for the amplitude and its square. To achieve this we use an analogy with string theories to identify a unique procedureExpand
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The CDF-II detector: Technical design report
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Heavy quarkonium physics
This report is the result of the collaboration and research effort of the Quarkonium Working Group over the last three years. It provides a comprehensive overview of the state of the art inExpand
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