We consider double parton distribution functions (dPDFs), essential quantities in double parton scattering (DPS) studies, which encode novel non perturbative insight on the partonic proton structure. We develop the formalism to extract this information from dPDFs and present results by using constituent quark model calculations within the Light-Front approach, focusing on radiatively generated gluon dPDFs. Moreover, we generalize the relation between the mean transverse partonic distance between two active partons in a DPS process and the so called σeff to include partonic correlations and the so called 2v1 mechanism contribution. Finally we investigate the impact of relativistic effects on digluon distributions and study the structure of the corresponding longitudinal and transverse correlations.

Double parton scattering and the proton transverse structure at the LHC

Rinaldi M.
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2019

Abstract

We consider double parton distribution functions (dPDFs), essential quantities in double parton scattering (DPS) studies, which encode novel non perturbative insight on the partonic proton structure. We develop the formalism to extract this information from dPDFs and present results by using constituent quark model calculations within the Light-Front approach, focusing on radiatively generated gluon dPDFs. Moreover, we generalize the relation between the mean transverse partonic distance between two active partons in a DPS process and the so called σeff to include partonic correlations and the so called 2v1 mechanism contribution. Finally we investigate the impact of relativistic effects on digluon distributions and study the structure of the corresponding longitudinal and transverse correlations.
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