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Systematic uncertainties in NLOPS matching

@inproceedings{Schonherr2012SystematicUI,
  title={Systematic uncertainties in NLOPS matching},
  author={Marek Schonherr and Stefan Hoeche and Frank Krauss and Frank Siegert},
  year={2012}
}
Being largely stimulated by the need for higher precission of theoretical predictions in bothStandard Model analyses and new physics searches at the LHC, the simulation of higher-orderQCD corrections in Monte Carlo event generators has seen vast improvements in recent years. Tothis end, two lines of development have been followed. In the M 

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