remnant proton information in ep-collider

Asked by SUBHASISH BEHERA on 2020-05-21

Dear Olivier,

Can I get the information of remnant proton in case of e- p > e- j[1] process ?
I wanted to know the momentum of the other jet(s)/ quark(s) coming out of the process.

Thanks in advance.

Thanks,
Subhasish

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Dear Olivier,

Did you get some time to look into the issues ?

Thanks,
Subhasish

Hi,

Since this is not a perturbative physics, you need to use a parton-shower program (either from scratch or after MG5aMC)

Cheers,

Olivier

Hi,

1. Use of Parton Shower would be initiated from the hard process only. Am I correct ?
2. And it don't include the information from the proton Remnant. Am I correct ?

Hi,

Those question would be answered more accuratly by the authors of Parton-shower

> 1. Use of Parton Shower would be initiated from the hard process only. Am I correct ?

I would say no, PS can add MPI process and those will also radiate and I probably miss some other sources here.

> 2. And it don't include the information from the proton Remnant. Am I correct ?

As far as i know they do.

Cheers,

Olivier

> On 24 May 2020, at 11:15, SUBHASISH BEHERA <email address hidden> wrote:
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> Question #690866 on MadGraph5_aMC@NLO changed:
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> SUBHASISH BEHERA is still having a problem:
> Hi,
>
> 1. Use of Parton Shower would be initiated from the hard process only. Am I correct ?
> 2. And it don't include the information from the proton Remnant. Am I correct ?
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Dear Olivier,

Many thanks for the info.

Thanks,
Subhasish