Kinematic fitting of neutral current events in deep inelastic ep collisions.

@article{Aggarwal2022KinematicFO,
  title={Kinematic fitting of neutral current events in deep inelastic ep collisions.},
  author={Ritu Aggarwal and Allen Christopher Caldwell},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2022},
  volume={17}
}
In this paper we present a technique to reconstruct the scaling variables defining ep deep inelastic scattering by performing a kinematic fit. This reconstruction technique makes use of the full potential of the data collected. It is based on Bayes' Theorem and involves the use of informative priors. The kinematic fit method has been tested using a simulated sample of ep neutral current events at a center of mass energy of 318 GeV with Q 2 > 400 GeV2. In addition to the scaling variables, this… 

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