-- MarthaCeciliaDuranOsuna - 2016-10-12

Introduction

When classifying a type Jet one must consider

One must consider multiple variables when classifying a jet

  • Type of input particle
    • PFJets - clustered from particle flow candidates
      • These can be further classified based on different pileup reduction techniques:
        • PFCHS jets - Charge Hadron Subtracted (CHS) - charged particles from non-primary vertices (pileup) are removed before clustering.
        • PUPPI jets - jets using inputs from the PUPPI algorithm
    • JPTJets - Jets plus track
    • CaloJets - clustered from calorimeter towers
  • Jet algorithm used to cluster
    • Anti-kt (AK)
    • Cambridge Aachen (CA)
    • kt
  • Jet size
    • Example: AK4 implies a jet clustered with the anti-kT algorithm with distance parameter R=0.4

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