Testing a Best-Fit Hydrodynamical Model Using PCA†
AbstractRecently, a comprehensive Bayesian analysis was performed to simultaneously extract the values of a number of hydrodynamic parameters necessary for compatibility with a limited set of experimental data from the LHC. In this work, this best-fit model is tested against newly measured experimental flow results not included in the original work, namely the principal components of the two-particle correlation matrix in transverse momentum. The results from simulations show a good numerical agreement with data obtained by the CMS Collaboration.
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Silva, T.N.; Chinellato, D.D.; Souza, R.D.; Hippert, M.; Luzum, M.; Noronha, J.; Takahashi, J. Testing a Best-Fit Hydrodynamical Model Using PCA. Proceedings 2019, 10, 5.
Silva TN, Chinellato DD, Souza RD, Hippert M, Luzum M, Noronha J, Takahashi J. Testing a Best-Fit Hydrodynamical Model Using PCA. Proceedings. 2019; 10(1):5.Chicago/Turabian Style
Silva, Tiago N.; Chinellato, David D.; Souza, Rafael D.; Hippert, Maurício; Luzum, Matthew; Noronha, Jorge; Takahashi, Jun. 2019. "Testing a Best-Fit Hydrodynamical Model Using PCA." Proceedings 10, no. 1: 5.
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