- Definition of the observable
- Born event used for the analysis
- Elementary tests on the observable
- Single emission properties
- Multiple emission tests
- Information regarding the presence of possible zeros
- Multiple emission effects
- Collection of automatically generated results

Definition of the observable

where the sum runs over all particles in the event, denotes the angle between particle and and is the thrust axis (see eq. (1)). We study here .

Test | result |

check number of jets | T |

all legs positive | T |

globalness | T |

leg | |||||

1 | 1 | 0 | |||

2 | 1 | 0 |

Test | result |

continuously global | T |

exponentiation (condition 1) | T |

exponentiation (condition 2a) | T |

exponentiation (condition 2b) | T |

exponentiation | T |

additivity | T |

eliminate subleading effects | T |

opt. probe region exists | T |