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The rich structure of the Underlying Event: what we learnt from the Large Hadron Collider Run I and II?

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Results from LHC have shown that the underlying event produced by multi-parton interactions in pp and pA collisions has a much richer structure than previously expected. It exhibits flow like phenomena, such as ridges, and strangeness production increases with the charged particle multiplicity. Many effects are known from larger collisional systems where they are understood in terms of Quark-Gluon Plasma properties, however there might be alternative ways to model these effects in small collision systems. How can we pin down their origin?

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