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  1. Comparative Study of Jet-Quenching Schemes Working towards a unified approach in Jet-modification A. Majumder, Duke University Thanks to: N. Armesto, S. Bass, C. Gale, S. Jeon, C. Loizides, G. Moore, B. Muller, T. Renk, C. Salgado, S. Turbide, I. Vitev, U. Wiedemann, X. N. Wang.

  2. OUTLINE • A brief history & time-line • Four schemes in four dimensions! • A comparison of extremes • A meeting ground (finding agreement) • Going beyond RAA, Space-time Profiles. • Phenomenological extensions (jet correlations) • Comprehending the landscape @ RHIC

  3. Braaten, Pisarski HTL 1990 Qiu, Sterman Higher twist 1991 GW model 1994 Aurenche, q Enhancement 1998 Luo, Qiu, Sterman A enhancement, 1994 BDMPS-Zakharov 1997 Guo, Wang Modified fragmentation 2000 GLV 2000 Wiedemann2000 AMY 2001 ASW 2004 Wang,Wang, Zhang, Majumder HT-2002-2005 Turbide, Jeon, Gale, - AMY 2005 Eskola, Honkanen PQM 2004-05 Renk,2005 DGLV-2005 History, 1990 and after!!

  4. 2 m 2 Q m 2 Classify using scales in the problem Details of Medium E E >> Q,m x=Eg/E Difference between schemes  relation between Q and m Extending schemes beyond pQCD with models

  5. Higher Twist Approach, E >> Q >> m A medium with a color correlation length l<< L Highly VIRTUAL parton produced in hard collision Parton picks up FEW SMALL transverse kicks ~ m2 Expand diagrams in m/Q, transverse kick in Formal similarity with DGLAP evolution 0<x<1. Interference between diagrams leads to LPM suppression X. Guo, X. N. Wang, Phys. Rev. Lett. 85:3591 (2000); X. N. Wang, X. Guo, Nucl. Phys. A. A696:788, (2001); E. Wang, X. N. Wang, Phys. Rev. Lett.87, 142301,(2001); ibid 89 162301 (2002); B. Zhang, X.N.Wang, Nucl.Phys. A720:429-451,2003.

  6. Entire effort is calculating the modification of D(z) E-Loss estimate or gluon radiation intensity not needed to get spectra Extract length enhanced contributions (m2/Q2)L Modification looks like DGLAP X factor L

  7. + + GLV, Recursive Operator in Opacity E >> Q ~ m • Medium of heavy (static) scattering centers with Yukawa like potentials • Parton picks up transverse kicks ~ m2 • Operator formalism that sums order by order in opacity • Approximate gluon x  0 (soft gluons), ignore spins ! • Interference between different diagrams leads to the LPM effect and the L2 length dependence of E-loss. M. Gyulassy, P. Levai, I. Vitev, Nucl.Phys.B571:197,2000; Phys.Rev.Lett.85:5535,2000; Nucl.Phys.B594:371,2001; Phys. Lett.B538:282-288,2002.

  8. Central quantity: radiated gluon intensity, per emission! Gives direct measure of E-loss Jet loses energy in multiple tries To get Hadrons, need to get distribution of E-loss: P(E) Used to calculate the energy shifted fragmentation function

  9. L 2 + + ASW, Path integral in OpacityE>>m~ Q • Medium of heavy (static) scattering centers with Yukawa potentials • Parton picks up perp. momentum from kicks in medium • Path-integral in opacity • Two simple limits of calculation a) Few hard scatterings (GLV ) b) Many soft scatterings (BDMPS) U. Wiedemann, Nucl. Phys. B.582, 409 (2000); ibid. 588, 303 (2000), Nucl. Phys. A.690 (2001); C. Salgado, U. Wiedemann, Phys.Rev. D. 68 014008 (2003); K. Eskola, H. Honkanen, C. Salgado, U. Wiedemann, Nucl. Phys. A.747, 511(2005); N. Armesto, C. Salgado, U. Wiedemann, Phys.Rev.D.72,064910 (2005).

  10. Central quantity: radiated gluon intensity, per emission Gives direct measure of E-loss To get Hadrons, need to get distribution of E-loss: P(E) and use that to get a fragmentation function

  11. AMY-Finite temperature field theory approach, E>>m>>Q • Hot thermal medium of quarks and gluons at T ∞ • T ∞ implies g  0 • Hard parton comes in onshell E ~ T • Picks up multiple soft hits, m ~ gT from hard particles of ~ T • The hard lines never go off-shell by more than g2T • Long formation time leads to multiple scattering P. Arnold, G. Moore, L. Yaffe, JHEP 0111:057,2001; ibid 0112:009,2001; ibid. 0206:030, 2002; S. Jeon, G. Moore Phys. Rev. C71:034901,2005; S.Turbide, C.Gale, S. Jeon, G. Moore, Phys. Rev. C72:014906,2005.

  12. One calculates the cuts of infinite series of ladder diagrams, Gives rates of change of quark and gluon distributions Im The shifted distributions are used to get the medium modified fragmentation function

  13. q=5-15GeV2/fm (non-reweighted) Comparing Results for RAA:GLV vs ASW ASW with fixed path length 6fm gives similar qhat as GLV Introducing realistic geometry gives mean path length = 2 fm R (DE)=q L2, if L  L/3, q9q PQM q=1GeV2/fm

  14. Comparing Results for RAA:HT vs AMY • <q-hat> <~ 2GeV2/fm at T = 370 MeV q-hatmax= 3-4 GeV2/fm <q-hat> ~ 1 GeV2/fm

  15. Finite temp. resummattion, (AMY) • Equilibrated inifinite medium, HTL dispersion relations • Infinite number of scatterings resummed • T∞makes as small Higher-Twist, Medium sampled with FF, Finite number of scattering, Large Q makes as small Recursive Operator Opacity, (GLV), Medium made of heavy scattering centers Finite number of scattering Large Q m makes as small, Similar models different q-hat Different models Similar q-hat Path Integral Opacity, (ASW) Medium made of heavy scattering centers Infinite number of scatterings resummed Medium scale m , Q large makes as small, The model landscape! Assumptions about the medium Medium scale ~ T as small  Jet scale ~ Q

  16. AMY based onHard Thermal Loops: An effective theory of soft modes in a very hot plasma , (Braaten, Pisarski 1990) Alternate picture, A Vlasov theory of hard particles in soft fields, (Blaizot, Iancu 1992)

  17. Medium enhanced higher twist isolates near on-shell propagation in large nuclei Mean transverse momentum shift R. Fries Phys. Rev. D. 68,074013,2003 X. Guo, Phys. Rev. D. 58, 114033,1998 Propagation of a colored particle in a color field with a short distance correlation, Mean transversemomentum shift Langevin Eqn with alorentz force. Fields have short correlation lengths

  18. But radiation vertex is slightly different H-T has two kinds of contributions Original parton comes out of hard scattering off shell Off shell-ness generated later by multiple scattering And interferences First set of diagrams missing in AMY, but has multiple scattering contributions to second type How important is this difference? will need to look at differential observables

  19. Differentiating between Model differences with differential observables (More data)! • Jet-medium and multi-particle correlations • Settle questions of scheme • Phenomenological extensions to lower momenta • Use jets to probe bulk dynamics • And Microscopic degrees of freedom • Understanding q-hat is understanding the medium. • How does the medium: stop jets, turn jets, distribute lost energy

  20. Q-hat depends on space-time profile of density Set a q-hat maximum Modulate with space-time profile Azimuthally dependent RAAcan distinguish A. Majumder, nucl-th/0608043

  21. Flow can confuse the difference Need many observables in tandem to set the gluon density Like RAA vs centrality and back-to –back dihadrons Central events can give the same answer by adjusting qhat but actual dynamics is different, Renk!, see talk in 1.3

  22. Q-hat is a tensorNon-Isotropic medium  non-isotropic q-hat Imagine large turbulent magnetic fields produced early in plasma B fields are transverse to the beam Will deflect jets, preferentially out to large rapidities Near side correlations in h effected !! Q-hat not just from entropy carrying degrees of freedom B See talk by M. Strickland

  23. Au+Au 0-10% preliminary Lead to the formation of an extended ridge on the near side AM, B. Muller, S. Bass,hep-ph/0611135 Talks by M. Calderon, J. Putschke Note: broadening only in eta and not in phi Introducing a transverse momentum into the Yukawa potential or directional q-hat – ASW GLV- no broadening, only shift !!

  24. How does lost energy show up in bulk matterJet correlations Correlate a hard hadron with a another one Hard-Hard correlations understood within p-QCD, Consistency check ! Same side Away side Renk Majumder

  25. High pT on away side, differential NLO Also understood within pure jet-quenching schemes, Higher twist calculations, NLO hard part, Full geometry See talk by H. Z. Zhang, Parallel 2.2 Vitev, LO

  26. Low pT on the away side, Mach-Cherenkov-Gluon Brem. cone More theory that you would ever want! Renk & Ruppert Cassalderry-Solana Including flow is better for Mach cone explanation

  27. Alternate explanations still persist and have not been ruled out Cherenkov radiation, V. Koch, AM, X-N. Wang Regular Gluon radiation with Sudakov form factor for no emissions! A. Polosa, C. Salgado Not a two state problem, but more complicated ! Not a deflected jet! From 3 particle correlations (talk by C. Pruneau), progress..

  28. Conclusions • Jet-modification in dense matter (Well motivated and unsettled) • Different schemes, using similar physics • Differences in implementation (must be resolved!!) • Multi-particle correlations to high pT • Model extensions at lower pT. • Explore the space-time profile of the medium • Explore the many dimensions of q-hat • Need more data, need more statistics! Topics left out: Heavy-quarks, elastic energy loss,

  29. Back up!

  30. Comparing different ST profiles at most central events Preliminary

  31. E loss formulae!

  32. What is DAA zT= p/ptrig

  33. The results! Simplest thing RAA ASW,PQM Dainese, talk at PANIC05 qhat < ~ 2 GeV2/fm for AMY, HT, GLV qhat > 5 GeV2/fm for ASW

  34. How can such fundamentally different physics produce equally good description of data???, B. Cole QM2005, problem weirder than you think! GLV and ASW are very similar in basic structure (different qhat) Difference in implementation, Geometry! AMY and HT have truly different origins (similar qhat) How can they yield similar physics ??? Deeper similarity between AMY and HT. Within the approximation schemes, they may be similar physics Look at Basic theory without radiation in HT and AMY