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High order perturbative corrections to the determination of vertical bar V-ub vertical bar from the P+ spectrum in B -> X(u)l(nu)over-bar(l)

AutorCampanario, Francisco ; Luke, M.; Zuberi, S.
Fecha de publicación8-may-2009
EditorAmerican Physical Society
CitaciónPhys. Rev. D 79, 094007 (2009)
ResumenWe investigate the behavior of the perturbative relation between the photon energy spectrum in B -> X-s gamma and the hadronic P+ spectrum in semileptonic B -> X(u)l (nu) over bar decay at high orders in perturbation theory in the "large-beta(0)" limit, in which only terms of order alpha(n)(s)beta(n-1)(0) are retained. The leading renormalon in the weight function Wd(Delta, P-gamma) relating the two spectra is confirmed to be at u = 1/2, corresponding to nonperturbative corrections at O(Lambda(QCD)/m(b)). We show that the P-gamma dependent pieces of the weight function have no infrared renormalons in this limit, and so the factorial growth in perturbation theory arises solely from the constant terms. We find no numerical enhancement of leading logarithms, suggesting that fixed-order perturbation theory is more appropriate than a leading-log resummation for the extraction of vertical bar V-ub vertical bar. The importance of various terms in the expansion of the weight function is studied using a model for the B -> X-s gamma photon spectrum. Our analysis suggests that higher order perturbative corrections do not introduce a significant uncertainty in the extraction of vertical bar V-ub vertical bar.
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