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C hiral-odd fragmentation functions at Belle. (see hep-ex/0507063 for details, submitted to PRL). Compass Seminar March 20 th , CERN. D. Gabbert (University of Illinois and RBRC) M. Grosse Perdekamp (University of Illinois and RBRC) K. Hasuko (RIKEN/RBRC)

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c hiral odd fragmentation functions at belle

Chiral-odd fragmentation functions at Belle

(see hep-ex/0507063 for details, submitted to PRL)

Compass Seminar

March 20th, CERN

D. Gabbert (University of Illinois and RBRC)

M. Grosse Perdekamp (University of Illinois and RBRC)

K. Hasuko (RIKEN/RBRC)

S. Lange (Frankfurt University)

A. Ogawa (BNL/RBRC)

R. Seidl (University of Illinois and RBRC)

V. Siegle (RBRC)

for the Belle Collaboration

slide2

Collins Effect in Quark Fragmentation

J.C. Collins, Nucl. Phys. B396, 161(1993)

q

Collins Effect:

Fragmentation of a

transversely polarized

quark q into spin-less

hadron h carries an

azimuthal dependence:

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the collins effect in the artru fragmentation model
The Collins Effect in the Artru Fragmentation Model

A simple model to illustrate that

spin-orbital angular momentum

coupling can lead to left right

asymmetries in spin-dependent

fragmentation:

π+ picks up L=1 to

compensate for the

pair S=1 and is emitted

to the right.

String breaks and

a dd-pair with spin

-1 is inserted.

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motivation global transversity analysis
Motivation: Global Transversity Analysis

SIDIS experiments (HERMES and COMPASS) measure dq(x) together with either Collins Fragmentation function or Interference Fragmentation function

There are always 2 unknown functions involved which cannot be measured independently

RHIC measures the same combinations of quark Distribution (DF) and Fragmentation Functions (FF) plus unpolarized DF q(x)

Universality appears to be proven

in LO by Collins and Metz:

[PRL93:(2004)252001 ]

The Spin dependent Fragmentation function analysis yields information on

the Collins and the Interference Fragmentation function !

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kekb l 1 5x10 34 cm 2 s 1
KEKB: L>1.5x1034cm-2s-1 !!

Belle detector

KEKB

  • Asymmetric collider
  • 8GeV e- + 3.5GeV e+
  • Ös = 10.58GeV (U(4S))
  • e+e-U(4S)BB
  • Off-resonance: 10.52 GeV
  • e+e-qq (u,d,s,c)
  • Integrated Luminosity: >500 fb-1
  • >45fb-1 => off-resonance

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slide6

Good tracking and particle identification!

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collins fragmentation in e e angles and cross section cos f 1 f 2 method
Collins fragmentation in e+e- : Angles and Cross section cos(f1+f2) method

e+e- CMS frame:

j2-p

e-

Q

j1

j2

j1

[D.Boer: PhD thesis(1998)]

e+

2-hadron inclusive transverse momentum dependent cross section:

Net (anti-)alignment of

transverse quark spins

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collins fragmentation in e e angles and cross section cos 2 f 0 method
Collins fragmentation in e+e- : Angles and Cross section cos(2f0) method

e+e- CMS frame:

  • Independent of thrust-axis
  • Convolution integralI over transverse momenta involved

e-

Q

j0

[Boer,Jakob,Mulders: NPB504(1997)345]

e+

2-hadron inclusive transverse momentum dependent cross section:

Net (anti-)alignment of

transverse quark spins

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applied cuts binning
Off-resonance data

60 MeV below U(S) resonance

29.1 fb-1

Track selection:

pT > 0.1GeV

vertex cut:dr<2cm, |dz|<4cm

Acceptance cut

-0.6 < cosqi< 0.9

Event selection:

Ntrack  3

Thrust > 0.8

Z1, Z2>0.2

Applied cuts, binning

z2

1.0

3

6

8

9

0.7

2

5

7

8

0.5

1

5

4

6

0.3

0

1

2

3

0.2

z1

0.2

0.3

0.5

0.7

1.0

= Diagonal bins

  • Hemisphere cut
  • QT < 3.5 GeV

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examples of fit s to azimuthal asymmetries
Examples of fits to azimuthal asymmetries

Cosine modulations

clearly visible

N(f)/N0

2f0

(f1+f2)

No change in cosine moments when

including sine and higher harmonics

(even though double ratios will contain

them)

D1 : spin averaged fragmentation function,

H1: Collins fragmentation function

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raw asymmetries vs q t
Raw asymmetries vs QT

Q

j0

  • QT describes transverse momentum of virtual photon in pp CMS system
  • Significant nonzero Asymmetries visible in MC (w/o Collins)
  • Acceptance, radiative and momentum correlation effects similar for like and unlike sign pairs

j2

Q

  • uds MC (pp) Unlike sign pairs
  • uds MC (pp) Like sign pairs

j1

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methods to eliminate gluon contributions double ratios and subtractions
Methods to eliminate gluon contributions: Double ratios and subtractions

Double ratio method:

Pros: Acceptance cancels out

Cons: Works only if effects are small (both gluon radiation and signal)

Pros: Gluon radiation cancels out exactly

Cons: Acceptance effects remain

Subtraction method:

2 methods give very small difference in the result

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testing the double ratios with mc
Testing the double ratios with MC
  • Asymmetries do cancel out for MC
  • Double ratios of p+p+/p-p- compatible with zero
  • Mixed events also show zero result
  • Asymmetry reconstruction works well for t MC

(weak decays)

  • Single hemisphere analysis yields zero

Double ratios are safe to use

  • uds MC (pp-pairs)
  • charm MC (pp-pairs)
  • Data (p+p+/p-p-)

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small double ratios in low thrust data sample
Small double ratios in low thrust data sample

A0

  • Low thrust contains radiative effects
  • Collins effect vanishes

Strong experimental indication that double ratio method works

A12

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results for e e p p x for 29 fb 1
Results for e+ e-p p X for 29fb-1

A0

  • Significant non-zero asymmetries
  • Rising behavior vs. z
  • cos(f1+f2) double ratios only marginally larger
  • First direct measurement of the Collins function
  • Integrated results:
    • cos(2f0) method

(3.06±0.65±0.55)%

    • cos(2f1+f2) method

(4.26±0.78±0.68)%

A12

Systematic error

z1

z2

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slide16

Systematic errors

MC double ratio

Charge sign ratio

Higher moments

Double ratio method

Contributions to systematic errors

  • Other uncertainties:
  • smearing (reweighted MC)
  • PID (variation of PID cuts)
  • charm contribution (corrected by
  • D* data sample)
  • t content (evaluated in
  • e+ e- t+ t-enhanced sample)
  • Statistical correlations
  • Thrust axis reconstruction
  • Beam polarization tested

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an experimentalist s interpretation fitting parameterizations of the collins function s
An experimentalist’s interpretation: fitting parameterizations of the Collins function(s)
  • Take unpolarized parameterizations (Kretzer at Q2=2.5GeV2)
  • Assume

(PDF-like behavior)

  • Assume
  • Little sensitivity to to favored/disfavored Collins ratio

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favored disfavored contribution sensitivity
Favored/Disfavored contribution Sensitivity

Take simple parameterization to test sensitivity on favored to disfavored Ratio

c

b

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other favored unfavored combinations p 0
Other Favored/Unfavored Combinations p0

Problem: current double ratios not very sensitive to favored to disfavored Collins function ratio  Examine other combinations:

  • Unlike-sign pion pairs:

(favored x favored +unfavored x unfavored)

  • Like-sign pion pairs:

(favored x unfavored +unfavored x favored)

  • p±p0 pairs

(favored + unfavored) x (favored + unfavored)

  • P.Schweitzer([hep-ph/0603054]): charged pp pairs are similar (and are easier to handle):

(favored + unfavored) x (favored + unfavored)

Favored = up+,dp-,cc.

Unfavored = dp+,up+,cc.

 Build new double ratios

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why is it possible to include on resonance data different thrust distributions
Why is it possible to include on_resonance data?Different Thrust distributions
  • e+ e- q q
  • (q in uds) MC
  • U(4S)B+B- MC
  • U(4S)B0B0 MC

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interference fragmentation thrust method
e+e-(p+p-)jet1(p-p+)jet2X

Stay in the mass region around r-mass

Find pion pairs in opposite hemispheres

Observe angles j1+j2

between the event-plane (beam, jet-axis) and the two two-pion planes.

Transverse momentum is integrated

(universal function, evolution easy

 directly applicable to semi-inclusive DIS

and pp)

Theoretical guidance by papers of Boer,Jakob,Radici and Artru,Collins

Interference Fragmentation – thrust method

j2-p

p-j1

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interference fragmentation f 0 method
Similar to previous method

Observe angles j1R+j2R

between the event-plane (beam, two-pion-axis) and the two two-pion planes.

Theoretical guidance by Boer,Jakob,Radici

Interference Fragmentation – “f0“ method

jR2

p-jR1

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different model predictions for iff
Different model predictions for IFF
  • Jaffe at al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 80 (1998)] : inv. mass behavior out of pp-phaseshift analysisasign change at r-mass
  • originally no predictions on actual magnitudes
  • Tang included some for RHIC-Spin

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different model predictions for iff1
Different model predictions for IFF

PRELIMINARY

f1, h1 from spectator model

f1, h1=g1 from

GRV98 & GRSV96

  • Radici et al. [Phys. Rev. D65 (2002)] : Spectator model in the s-p channelano sign change observed (updated model has Breit-Wigner like asymmetry)

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what would we see
What would we see?

Simply modeled the shapes of these predictions in an equidistant Mass1 x Mass2 binning

m2pp

m2pp

m1pp

m1pp

“Jaffe”

“Radici”

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what do we see i events
What do we see? I: events
  • Animation of an event
  • lepton tracks, thrust axis and all particle momenta in the CMS frame
  • Ph1=P1+P2
  • Ph2=P3+P4
  • Plane defined by leptons and thrust
  • Planes defined by hadron pairs

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summary and outlook
Summary and outlook

Outlook:

Summary:

  • Double ratios:

double ratios from data

most systematic errors cancel

  • Analysis procedure passes all null tests
  • Main systematic uncertainties understood
  •  Significant nonzero asymmetry with double ratios are observed
  • Naive LO analysis shows significant Collins effect
  • Data can be used for more sophisticatedanalysis
  • Paper (hep-ex/0507063) is submitted
  • On resonance 10 x statistics
  • Include p0 and all charged pp pairs into analysis:
    • Better distinction between favored and disfavored Collins function
  • Interference fragmentation function analysis started

- First look promising

  • Include Vector Mesons into analysis:
    • Possibility to test string fragmentation models used to describe Collins effect
  • Timelike DVCS at Belle?

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outline
Outline
  • Motivation
    • Study transverse spin effects in fragmentation
    • Global transversity analysis
    • Feasibility  LEP analysis

[hep-ph/9901216]

  • The BELLE detector
  • Collins analysis
    • Angular definitions and cross sections
    • Double Ratios to eliminate radiative/momentum correlation effects
    • An experimentalist’s interpretation
  • Summary

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typical hadronic events at belle
Typical hadronic events at Belle

chiral-odd fragmentation functions at BELLE

belle is well suited for ff measurements
Belle is well suited for FF measurements:
  • Good detector performance (acceptance, momentum resolution, pid)
  • Jet production from light quarks

 off-resonance (60 MeV below resonance)

(~10% of all data)

  • Intermediate Energy

Sufficiently high scale (Q2 ~ 110 GeV2)

- can apply pQCD

Not too high energy (Q2 << MZ2)

-avoids additional complication from Z interference

  • Sensitivity = A2sqrt(N)~ x19 (60) compared to LEP

ABelle / ALEP ~ x2 (A scales as ln Q2)

LBelle / LLEP~x23 (230)

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slide33

Event Structure at Belle

e+e- CMS frame:

Near-side Hemisphere:

hi , i=1,Nn with zi

e-

<Nh+,-> = 6.4

Q

e+

Jet axis: Thrust

Spin averaged cross section:

Far-side:

hj , j=1,Nf with zj

chiral-odd fragmentation functions at BELLE

what is the transverse momentum q t of the virtual photon
What is the transverse momentum QT of the virtual photon?

Ph1

Lepton-CMS

  • In the lepton CMS frame

e-=-e+ and the virtual photon is only time-like:

qm=(e-m+p+m)=(Q,0,0,0)

  • Radiative (=significant BG) effects are theoretically best described in the hadron CMS frame where

Ph1+Ph2=0

qm’=(q’0,q’)

  • Inclusive Cross section for radiative events (acc. to D.Boer):

Ph2

e-

e+

q’

Hadron-CMS

e+’

e-’

P’h1

P’h2

qT

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experimental issues
Experimental issues
  • Cos2f moments have two contributions:
    • Collins Can be isolated either by subtraction or double ratio method
    • Radiative effects Cancels exactly in subtraction method, and in LO of double ratios
  • Beam Polarization

zero?Cos(2fLab) asymmetries for jets or gg

  • False asymmetries

from weak decays  Study effect in t decays, constrain through D tagging

  • False asymmetries

from misidentified

hemispheres  QT or polar angle cut

  • False asymmetries

from acceptance Cancels in double ratios, can be estimated in charge ratios,

fiducial cuts

  • Decaying particles lower z cut

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slide36

Double Ratio vs Subtraction Method:

Preliminary

Systematic errors

R – S < 0.002

  • The difference was

assigned as a systematic

error.

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systematics charm contribution
Systematics: charm contribution?
  • Weak (parity violating) decays could also create asymmetries

(seen in ttppnn,

overall t dilution 5%)

  • Especially low dilution in combined

z-bins with large pion asymmetry

  • Double ratios from charm MC compatible to zero
  • Charm decays cannot explain large double ratios seen in the data

 Charm enhanced D* Data sample used to calculate and correct the charm contribution to the double ratios (see hep-ex/0507063 for details)

Charm fraction N(charm)/N(all)

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different charge combinations additional information
Different charge combinations additional information

Favored = up+,dp-,cc.

Unfavored = dp+,up+,cc.

  • Unlike sign pairs contain either only favored or only unfavored fragmentation functions on quark and antiquark side:
  • Like sign pairs contain one

favored and one unfavored fragmentation function each:

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slide39

NL- NR

AT=

= 0!

NL+ NR

π

sq

sq

q

q

π

Example: Left-Right Asymmetry in Pion Rates

Collins

Effect

NL : pions to the left

NR : pions to the right

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slide40

General Fragmentation Functions

Number density for finding

a spin-less hadron h from a

transversely polarized quark, q:

unpolarized FF

Collins FF

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raw asymmetries vs transverse photon momentum q t
Raw asymmetries vs transverse photon momentum QT

Unlike sign

pairs

Like sign

pairs

  • Already MC contains large asymmetries
  • Strong dependence against transverse photon Momentum QT
  • Expected to be due to radiative effects
  • Difference of DATA and MC is signal
  • not so easy to determine
  • DATA (pp) fiducial cut
  • DATA (KK) fiducial cut
  • UDS-MC fiducial cut
  • CHARM-MC fiducial cut

j2

Q

Q

j1

j0

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