Inelastic cross section and survival probabilities at the LHC in minijet models

@article{Fagundes2017InelasticCS,
  title={Inelastic cross section and survival probabilities at the LHC in minijet models},
  author={Daniel A. Fagundes and Agnes Grau and G. Pancheri and Olga Shekhovtsova and Yogendra Srivastava},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2017},
  volume={96},
  pages={054010}
}
Recent results for the total and inelastic hadronic cross-sections from LHC experiments are compared with predictions from a single channel PDF driven eikonal mini-jet model and from an empirical model. The role of soft gluon resummation in the infrared region in taming the rise of mini-jets and their contribution to the increase of the total cross-sections at high energies are discussed. Survival probabilities at LHC, whose theoretical estimates range from circa 10 percent to a few per mille… 
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