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Measurement of differential $Z / \gamma^{*}$ + jet + $X$ cross sections in $p \bar{p}$ collisions at $\sqrt{s}$ = 1.96-TeV

The D0 collaboration
Phys.Lett. B669 (2008) 278-286, 2008.

Abstract (data abstract)
Fermilab-Tevatron. Measurement of the differential cross section for Z0/GAMMA* JET X production in PBAR P collisions at centre of mass energy 1.96 TeV. The data were taken from April 2002 to February 2006 and have a total integrated luminosity of 0.97 +- 0.06 fb-1. The Z0/GAMMA* was measured through its MU+ MU- decay in the region of di-muon mass 65 to 115 GeV and ABS(rapidity) < 1.7 in which it is almost pure Z0 production. Jets are defined using the D0 RunII midpoint cone algorithm with DeltaR = 0.5. Also given here are the normalised cross sections, calculated by dividing the absolute cross section by the measured total cross section, 118 pb. Note that this does suffer from the 8 PCT overall systematic error coming from the luminsoity, trigger and muon identification uncertainties.

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    Data from T 5,F 2

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    Measured cross section as a function of the jet transverse momentum.

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    Data from T 6,F 3

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    Measured cross section as a function of the jet rapidity.

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    Data from T 7,F 4

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    Measured cross section as a function of the Z0 transverse momentum.

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    Data from T 8,F 5

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    Measured cross section as a function of the Z0 rapidity.

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    Data from P 4(C=PREPRINT)

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    Integrated cross section.. The second DSYS error is from the muon identification and the third from the luminosity measurement.

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    Data from P 6(C=PREPRINT)

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    Measurement of the cross section for inclusive Z0/GAMMA* production. The second DSYS error is from the muon identification and the...

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