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Reconstruction of decays to merged photons using end-to-end deep learning with domain continuation in the CMS detector

Abstract: A novel technique based on machine learning is introduced to reconstruct the decays of highly Lorentzboosted particles. Using an end-to-end deep learning strategy, the technique bypasses existing rule-based particle reconstruction methods typically used in high energy physics analyses. It uses minimally processed detector data as input and directly outputs particle properties of interest. The new technique is demonstrated for the reconstruction of the invariant mass of particles decaying in the CMS detector. The decay of a hypothetical scalar particle A into two photons, A -> yy, is chosen as a benchmark decay. Lorentz boosts yL = 60-600 are considered, ranging from regimes where both photons are resolved to those where the photons are closely merged as one object. A training method using domain continuation is introduced, enabling the invariant mass reconstruction of unresolved photon pairs in a novel way. The new technique is validated using ?0 -> yy decays in LHC collision data.

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 Autoría: Tumasyan A., Adam W., Andrejkovic J.W., Bergauer T., Chatterjee S., Damanakis K., Dragicevic M., Del Valle A.E., Frühwirth R., Jeitler M., Krammer N., Lechner L., Liko D., Mikulec I., Paulitsch P., Pitters F.M., Schieck J., Schöfbeck R., Schwarz D., Templ S., Waltenberger W., Wulz C.E., Darwish M.R., De Wolf E.A., Janssen T., Kello T., Lelek A., Sfar H.R., Van Mechelen P., Van Putte S., Van Remortel N., Bols E.S., D’Hondt J., De M

 Fuente: Physical Review D, 2023, 108(5), 052002

Editorial: American Physical Society

 Fecha de publicación: 01/09/2023

Nº de páginas: 34

Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.108.052002

ISSN: 1550-7998,1550-2368,2470-0010,2470-0029

Url de la publicación: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.108.052002