Event Shape Sorting: selecting events with similar evolution

@article{Tomik2016EventSS,
  title={Event Shape Sorting: selecting events with similar evolution},
  author={Boris Tom{\'a}{\vs}ik and Renata Kope{\vc}n{\'a}},
  journal={arXiv: Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability},
  year={2016}
}
We present novel method for the organisation of events. The method is based on comparing event-by-event histograms of a chosen quantity Q that is measured for each particle in every event. The events are organised in such a way that those with similar shape of the Q-histograms end-up placed close to each other. We apply the method on histograms of azimuthal angle of the produced hadrons in ultrarelativsitic nuclear collisions. By selecting events with similar azimuthal shape of their hadron… 

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