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arXiv:1907.12871
LU TP 19-32
MCnet-19-17
JHEP 1910 (2019) 026

by: Bierlich, Christian (Lund U.) et al.

Abstract:
The transverse, spatial structure of protons is an area revealing fundamental properties of matter, and provides key input for deeper understanding of emerging collective phenomena in high energy collisions of protons, as well as collisions of heavy ions. In this paper eccentricities and eccentricity fluctuations are predicted using the dipole formulation of BFKL evolution. Furthermore, first steps are taken towards generation of fully exclusive final states of γ*A collisions, by assessing the importance of colour fluctuations in the initial state. Such steps are crucial for the preparation of event generators for a future electron-ion collider. Due to the connection between an impact parameter picture of the proton structure, and cross sections of ep and pp collisions, the model parameters can be fully determined by fits to such quantities, leaving results as real predictions of the model.
Link: 
http://old.inspirehep.net/record/1747026
Publ date: 
Wednesday, July 31, 2019 - 04:09