Jet production in ep collisions at high Q2 and determination of αs

@article{Aaron2010JetPI,
  title={Jet production in ep collisions at high Q2 and determination of $\alpha$s},
  author={Francisc D. Aaron and Calin Alexa and Kadeer Alimujiang and Valeri P. Andreev and Biljana Antunovi{\'c} and A. Asmone and Sladjana Backovic and Artem Baghdasaryan and Etienne Barrelet and W. Bartel and Khurelbaatar Begzsuren and A. S. Belousov and Jean C. Bizot and Vincent Boudry and Ivanka Bo{\vz}ovi{\'c}-Jelisav{\vc}i{\'c} and Juraj Bracinik and Gerhard Brandt and Martin Brinkmann and V. Brisson and D. Bruncko and Armen Bunyatyan and Gerd W. Buschhorn and L. Bystritskaya and Andrew J. Campbell and K. B. Cantun Avila and F. Cassol-Brunner and Karel {\vC}ern{\'y} and Vladim{\'i}r Cern{\'y} and Vladimir Chekelian and Axel Cholewa and J.G. Contreras and John A. Coughlan and G. Cozzika and Jaroslav Cvach and John B. Dainton and Karin Daum and Michal De{\'a}k and Ytsen de Boer and Bruno Delcourt and M. Del Degan and J. Delvax and Anne N. De Roeck and Eddi A De Wolf and Cristinel Diaconu and Vitaliy Dodonov and A. Dossanov and Ana Dubak and Guenter Eckerlin and V. I. Efremenko and Stephan Egli and A. N. Eliseev and Eckhard Elsen and A. Falkiewicz and P. J. W. Faulkner and L. Favart and A. Fedotov and R. Felst and Jo{\"e}l Feltesse and Jozef Ferencei and D. J. Fischer and M. Fleischer and A. M. Fomenko and Erwin Gabathuler and J. Gayler and Samvel Ghazaryan and A. Glazov and Ivan Glushkov and Lars Goerlich and N. M. Gogitidze and Maxime Gouzevitch and C. Grab and Tim Greenshaw and B. R. Grell and Guenter Grindhammer and Shiraz Habib and Dieter Haidt and Christian Helebrant and R. C. W. Henderson and Eva Hennekemper and Hans Henschel and M. Herbst and Gerardo Herrera and Malte Hildebrandt and Karl Heinz Hiller and D. H. H. Hoffmann and Roland Horisberger and Tomas Hreus and M. Jacquet and Matthias Enno Janssen and X. Janssen and V. Jemanov and Leif J. J{\"o}nsson and A. W. Jung and H. T. Jung and M. Kapichine and Judith Katzy and Ian Richard Kenyon and Ch. Kiesling and Martin Klein and C. Kleinwort and Thomas Kluge and Albert Knutsson and Roman Kogler and Volker Korbel and P{\'a}l Kostka and Michael A. Kraemer and Kaloyan Krastev and Jan Kretzschmar and Anna Kropivnitskaya and Katja Kr{\"u}ger and Krzysztof Kutak and Murrough Landon and Wolfgang Lange and Gordana Lastovicka-Medin and P. J. Laycock and A. Lebedev and G. Leibenguth and Victor Lendermann and Sergey Levonian and G. Li and Katerina Lipka and A. Liptaj and Benno List and Jenny List and Natalia A. Loktionova and Ricardo L{\'o}pez-Fern{\'a}ndez and V. A. Lubimov and L. K. Lytkin and A. Makankine and E. I. Malinovski and Pierre Edouard Marage and Ll. Marti and H. -U. Martyn and Stephen Maxfield and Ankita Mehta and Andreas Bernhard Meyer and H. J. Meyer and J. P. Meyer and V. Michels and Stanislav Mikocki and Izabela Milcewicz-Mika and François Moreau and Aleksandr Nikolaevich Morozov and J. V. Morris and Matthias Ulrich Mozer and M Tihana Mudrini{\'c} and Katharina M{\"u}ller and Pavel Murin and Beate Naroska and Thomas Naumann and P. R. Newman and Carsten Niebuhr and Andriy Nikiforov and Grzegorz Nowak and Krzysztof Nowak and Miroslav No{\vz}i{\vc}ka and Bob Olivier and J. E. Olsson and Sakar Osman and Dmitri Ozerov and Vladimir Palichik and Ilias Panagoulias and Mila Pandurovi{\'c} and Th. D. Papadopoulou and C. Pascaud and G. D. Patel and O. Pejchal and Emmanuel Perez and Alexey Petrukhin and Ivana Pi{\'c}uri{\'c} and Sebastian Marcin Piec and Daniel Pitzl and Ringailė Pla{\vc}akytė and Boris Pokorn{\'y} and Richard Polifka and Bogdan Povh and T. Preda and Voica Ana Maria Radescu and A. J. Rahmat and N. Raicevic and A. Raspiareza and T. Ravdandorj and Peter Reimer and Eram Rizvi and Peter Robmann and Benoit Roland and ROBERT G. Roosen and A. Rostovtsev and Marina Rotaru and J. E. Ruiz Tabasco and Zuzana Rurikova and Sergey V. Rusakov and David {\vS}{\'a}lek and D. P. C. Sankey and Michel Sauter and Emmanuel Sauvan and Stefan Schmitt and Carsten Schmitz and Laurent Schoeffel and Andrea Sch{\"o}ning and Hans-Christian Schultz-Coulon and Felix Sefkow and R. N. Shaw-West and I. Sheviakov and L. N. Shtarkov and Stanislav Shushkevich and Terence Sloan and Ivan Smiljani{\'c} and Yu. V. Soloviev and Paweł Sopicki and David Michael South and V. N. Spaskov and Arnd E. Specka and Zlatka Staykova and Michael Steder and Barbara Stella and Gabriel Stoicea and Ulrich Straumann and Deniz Sunar and Tomas Sykora and V. Tchoulakov and Graham Thompson and P. D. Thompson and Tobias Toll and F. Tomasz and Trong Hieu Tran and Daniel Traynor and T. N Trinh and Peter Tru{\"o}l and Ivan Tsakov and B. Tseepeldorj and Jacek Turnau and K. Urban and Alice Valk{\'a}rov{\'a} and Claude Vall{\'e}e and Pierre Van Mechelen and A. D. R. Vargas Trevino and Ya. A. Vazdik and Svetlana Vinokurova and V. Volchinski and M. von den Driesch and Dietrich Wegener and Christoph Wissing and Erich W{\"u}nsch and J. Ẑ{\'a}{\vc}ek and Jaroslav Z{\'a}le{\vs}{\'a}k and Zhen-hua Zhang and A. Zhokin and T. Zimmermann and Hamlet Zohrabyan and Fabian Zomer and Roxana Zus and The Happex Collaboration},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  year={2010},
  volume={65},
  pages={363-383}
}
AbstractThe production of jets is studied in deep-inelastic e±p scattering at large negative four momentum transfer squared 150<Q2<15000 GeV2 using HERA data taken in 1999–2007, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 395 pb−1. Inclusive jet, 2-jet and 3-jet cross sections, normalised to the neutral current deep-inelastic scattering cross sections, are measured as functions of Q2, jet transverse momentum and proton momentum fraction. The measurements are well described by perturbative QCD… 
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