We investigate the inclusive emission in unpolarized proton collisions of a charm-flavored hadron in association with a Higgs boson, featuring large transverse momenta and produced with a large rapidity distance. Taking advantage of a narrow timing coincidence between the ATLAS detector and the future Forward Physics Facility ones, we study the behavior of cross sections and azimuthal correlations for ultraforward rapidities of the detected hadron. We provide evidence that the hybrid high-energy and collinear factorization, encoding the Balitsky-Fadin-Kuraev-Lipatov resummation of large energy logarithms and supplemented by collinear densities and fragmentation functions, offers a fair description of this process and comes out as an important tool to deepen our understanding of strong interactions in ultraforward production regimes.

Ultraforward production of a charmed hadron plus a Higgs boson in unpolarized proton collisions

Celiberto F. G.
;
Papa A.
2022-01-01

Abstract

We investigate the inclusive emission in unpolarized proton collisions of a charm-flavored hadron in association with a Higgs boson, featuring large transverse momenta and produced with a large rapidity distance. Taking advantage of a narrow timing coincidence between the ATLAS detector and the future Forward Physics Facility ones, we study the behavior of cross sections and azimuthal correlations for ultraforward rapidities of the detected hadron. We provide evidence that the hybrid high-energy and collinear factorization, encoding the Balitsky-Fadin-Kuraev-Lipatov resummation of large energy logarithms and supplemented by collinear densities and fragmentation functions, offers a fair description of this process and comes out as an important tool to deepen our understanding of strong interactions in ultraforward production regimes.
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