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1. Some of the processes defined as pair creation, flavour excitation and gluon splitting. The thick lines correspond to the hard process. gluon splitting: no heavy flavour is involved in the hard scattering, but a QQ pair is produced in the final state from a g → QQ branching. 1 shows some topologies belonging to the processes specified above. 1) where sˆ is the partonic centre-of-mass energy squared for two partons i and j carrying momentum fractions xi and xj (ˆ s = xi xj s), mQ is the heavy quark mass, µF and µR are the factorization and renormalization scales, respectively, and ξ = sˆ/4m2Q − 1.
14. The predicted leading order (LO) differential cross section for neutral pion √ and charged hadron production is shown for pp collisions at s = 17, 200, 5500 GeV. 3. Charm and beauty production yields (per event) estimated for central √ Pb–Pb collisions at sNN = 17, 200, 5500 GeV. 5 TeV 120 5 Initial state and final state effects In the absence of nuclear and medium effects, a nucleus–nucleus collision can be considered as a superposition of independent nucleon–nucleon collisions. Thus, the cross section for hard processes should scale from pp to AA proportionally to the number of inelastic nucleon–nucleon collisions (binary scaling).
H. Mueller, S. Peign´e and D. Schiff [17, 41] (‘BDMPS’). A. A. 2. 3. 1 Medium-induced radiative energy loss After its production in a hard collision, an energetic parton radiates a gluon with a probability which is proportional to its path length L in the dense medium. Then (Fig. 2) the radiated gluon suffers multiple scatterings in the medium, in a Brownian-like motion with mean free path λ which decreases as the density of the medium increases. The number of scatterings of the radiated gluon is also proportional to L.
AG Schaake - Book 3 - Braiding Standard Herringbone Knots