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A general algorithm for calculating jet cross sections in NLO QCD
We present a new general algorithm for calculating arbitrary jet cross sections in arbitrary scattering processes to next-to-leading accuracy in perturbative QCD. The algorithm is based on theExpand
The singular behaviour of QCD amplitudes at two-loop order
Abstract We discuss the structure of infrared singularities in on-shell QCD amplitudes at two-loop order. We present a general factorization formula that controls all the ϵ-poles of the dimensionallyExpand
The Dipole Formalism for Next-to-Leading Order QCD Calculations with Massive Partons
Abstract The dipole subtraction method for calculating next-to-leading order corrections in QCD was originally only formulated for massless partons. In this paper we extend its definition to includeExpand
QCD Matrix Elements + Parton Showers
We propose a method for combining QCD matrix elements and parton showers in Monte Carlo simulations of hadronic flnal states in e + e i annihilation. The matrix element and parton shower domains areExpand
The dipole formalism for the calculation of QCD jet cross sections at next-to-leading order
In order to make quantitative predictions for jet cross sections in perturbative QCD, it is essential to calculate them to next-to-leading accuracy. This has traditionally been an extremely laboriousExpand
Resummation of large logarithms in e+ e- event shape distributions
Abstract We describe a method for the resummation of leading and next-to-leading large logarithms to all orders in QCD perturbation theory, applicable to e + e − event shape distributions that haveExpand
Vector boson production at hadron colliders: a fully exclusive QCD calculation at next-to-next-to-leading order.
We consider QCD radiative corrections to the production of W and Z bosons in hadron collisions. We present a fully exclusive calculation up to next-to-next-to-leading order (NNLO) in QCD perturbationExpand
Longitudinally-invariant k ⊥ -clustering algorithms for hadron-hadron collisions
Abstract We propose a version of the QCD-motivated “k⊥” jet-clustering algorithm for hadron-hadron collisions which is invariant under boosts along the beam directions. This leads to improvedExpand
QCD coherent branching and semi-inclusive processes at large χ
Using the QCD coherent branching algorithm, we compute the Deep Inelastic Scattering and Drell-Yan hard cross sections in the semi-inclusive region of large χ. The calculation is done toExpand
Next-to-next-to-leading-order subtraction formalism in hadron collisions and its application to Higgs-boson production at the large hadron collider.
We consider higher-order QCD corrections to the production of colorless high-mass systems (lepton pairs, vector bosons, Higgs bosons, etc.) in hadron collisions. We propose a new formulation of theExpand