Physics of Elementary Particles and Atomic Nuclei. Theory
An analysis of a data set containing fractals and background events is carried out using the method of the equation system of P-adic coverings (SePaC) and by the box-counting (BC) method. The peculiarities of these methods applied to the search for fractals in sets containing only fractals and background events are studied. Procedures allowing one to establish the presence of fractals, estimate their number in the initial set, separate fractals, and evaluate the portion of background events in the extracted set are suggested. A comparison of the result of an analysis of mixed events by these methods is carried out.
self-similarity fractal dimension parton shower
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