Luminosity measurement at ILC

  title={Luminosity measurement at ILC},
  author={Ivanka Bo{\vz}ovi{\'c}-Jelisav{\vc}i{\'c} and Strahinja Luki{\'c} and G. Milutinovi{\'c} Dumbelovi{\'c} and Mila Pandurovi{\'c} and I. Smiljani{\'c}},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
In this paper we describe a method of luminosity measurement at the future linear collider ILC that estimates and corrects for the impact of the dominant sources of systematic un- certainty originating from the beam-induced effects and the background from physics processes. Based on the relativistic kinematics of the collision frame of the Bhabha process, the beam-beam related uncertainty is reduced to a permille independently of the precision with which the beam parameters are known. With the… 

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