Vector boson production and neutrino deep-inelastic scattering (DIS) data are crucial for constraining the strange quark parton distribution function (PDF) and more generally for flavor decomposition in PDF extractions. We extend the nCTEQ15 nuclear PDFs (nPDFs) by adding the recent and production data from the LHC in a global nPDF fit. The new nPDF set, referred to as nCTEQ15WZ, is used as a starting point for a follow-up study in which we assess the compatibility of neutrino DIS data with charged lepton DIS data. Specifically, we re-analyze neutrino DIS data from NuTeV, Chorus, and CDHSW, as well as dimuon data from CCFR and NuTeV. To scrutinize the level of compatibility, different kinematic regions of the neutrino data are investigated. Fits to the neutrino data alone and a preliminary global fit are performed and compared to nCTEQ15WZ.
K. F. Muzakka, P. Duwentäster, T. J. Hobbs, T. Jeo, M. Klasen, K. Kovaík, A. Kusina, J. G.
Morfín, F. I. Olness, R. Ruiz, I. Schienbein, J. Y. Yu, “Impact of W and Z Production Data
and Compatibility of Neutrino DIS Data in Nuclear Parton Distribution Functions”, SciPost Phys Proc. 8, 041, (2022).
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