Double parton scattering measurements at CMS Experiment
September 20, 2018
November 23, 2018
Recent results relevant for the characterization of double parton scattering are presented by the CMS experiment. These results include studies of complex final states like multiple jets (including b-tagged jets); vector bosons accompanied by jets; and same-sign vector boson pairs, at various LHC energies in proton-proton collisions. Evidence for DPS processes is provided by comparisons with phenomenological models. Cross sections of various DPS processes are measured, or an upper limit is set; and a translation to the effective DPS cross section parameter within the factorization assumption is given, including a comparison of numerous results from other experiments and accelerators.
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