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The Electron Ion Collider (EIC) project is a particle collider that will be constructed at Brookhaven National Laboratory to study various nuclear phenomena. We have been working to create software to analyze jets, which are streams of particles that can result from high energy electron-proton collisions. Specifically, we have been developing software to process simulation data and create graphical representations of our analysis. Ultimately, our goal is to estimate the statistical precision that the EIC will provide when it is fully operational. In this presentation, we will present a status report of this work.

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Predicting the Statistical Precision of Jet Analysis at the Election-Ion Collider



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