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Analysing data with fake lepton backgrounds

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Many analyses at ATLAS deal with backgrounds due to “fake leptons”. These, fundamentally, are any objects which the detector mistakenly thinks are leptons. Various methods have been used throughout Run 1 to estimate the impact of these backgrounds, and I shall present an overview of the “matrix method”, the issues that have arisen with this method, and present an alternative.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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