First Monte Carlo Global QCD Analysis of Pion Parton Distributions.

@article{Barry2018FirstMC,
  title={First Monte Carlo Global QCD Analysis of Pion Parton Distributions.},
  author={Patrick Barry and Nobuo Sato and W. Melnitchouk and C-R. Ji},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={121 15},
  pages={
          152001
        }
}
We perform the first global QCD analysis of parton distribution functions (PDFs) in the pion, combining πA Drell-Yan data with leading neutron electroproduction from HERA within a Monte Carlo approach based on nested sampling. Inclusion of the HERA data allows the pion PDFs to be determined down to much lower values of x, with relatively weak model dependence from uncertainties in the chiral splitting function. The combined analysis reveals that gluons carry a significantly higher pion momentum… Expand
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