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**Subsections**

##

Definition of the observable

Following [14] we study here
, with defined
in eq. (30).

The hard scale (Q) is taken to be the center-of-mass energy.

Test |
result |

check number of jets |
T |

all legs positive |
T |

globalness |
T |

Test |
result |

continuously global |
T |

exponentiation (condition 1) |
T |

exponentiation (condition 2a) |
T |

exponentiation (condition 2b) |
T |

exponentiation |
T |

additivity |
F |

eliminate subleading effects |
T |

opt. probe region exists |
F |

leg |
1 |
2 |

1 |
good zero |
no zero |

2 |
no zero |
good zero |

**Classification of legs into divergent sequences with shared properties**

Sequence number 1 has 1 legs

Legs in the sequence: 1

Orientation of the legs: 1

Type of zero: zt_sumvecVf

Position of the divergence:

Sequence number 2 has 1 legs

Legs in the sequence: 2

Orientation of the legs: 1

Type of zero: zt_sumvecVf

Position of the divergence:

Number of events used: 10000
**Result for each colour configuration**

For a precise definition of the configurations see [5].

Number of events used: 12000
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Giulia Zanderighi
2004-11-19