QCD-jets at the LHC are described by simple physics principles. We show how super-resolution generative networks can learn the underlying structures and use them to improve the resolution of jet images. We test this approach on massless QCD-jets and on fat top-jets and find that the network reproduces their main features even without training on pure samples. In addition, we show how a slim network architecture can be constructed once we have control of the full network performance.
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- 1 Pierre Baldi,
- 2 Lukas Blecher,
- 2 Anja Butter,
- 1 Julian Collado,
- 1 Jessica N. Howard,
- 2 Fabian Keilbach,
- 2 Tilman Plehn,
- 3 Gregor Kasieczka,
- 1 Daniel Whiteson
- 1 University of California, Irvine [UCI]
- 2 Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg / Heidelberg University
- 3 Universität Hamburg / University of Hamburg [UH]