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The Black Book of Quantum ChromodynamicsA Primer for the LHC Era$
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John Campbell, Joey Huston, and Frank Krauss

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780199652747

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780199652747.001.0001

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Data at the TEVATRON

Data at the TEVATRON

Chapter:
(p.510) 8 Data at the TEVATRON
Source:
The Black Book of Quantum Chromodynamics
Author(s):

John Campbell

Joey Huston

Frank Krauss

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780199652747.003.0008

Before the LHC, there was the Tevatron, which ran at the high-energy frontier for approximately 25 years. Many of the modern analysis tools used at the LHC were first developed at the Tevatron. In this chapter, benchmark data analyses (and related theoretical tools), such as for W/Z bosons, photons, and jets, are described. The apex of the Tevatron was the discovery of the top quark. Measurements of the top quark cross section and of the top quark mass are examined and tt¯ asymmetry measurements and predictions are reviewed. Although attributed to many Beyond-the-Standard Model scenarios, the ultimate explanation for the larger than expected asymmetry turned out to be higher order QCD. There were very active Higgs boson searches at the Tevatron. Although the Tevatron was able to somewhat exclude the allowed Higgs mass range, time ran out before any observation could be made. This was left to the LHC.

Keywords:   Tevatron, underlying event, W/Z bosons, jets, photons, top production, top asymmetry, Higgs boson searches

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