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Search for charginos and neutralinos in final states with two boosted hadronically decaying bosons and missing transverse momentum in $pp$ collisions at $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration
CERN-EP-2021-127, 2021.

Abstract
A search for charginos and neutralinos at the Large Hadron Collider is reported using fully hadronic final states and missing transverse momentum. Pair-produced charginos or neutralinos are explored, each decaying into a high-$p_{\text{T}}$ Standard Model weak boson. Fully-hadronic final states are studied to exploit the advantage of the large branching ratio, and the efficient background rejection by identifying the high-$p_{\text{T}}$ bosons using large-radius jets and jet substructure information. An integrated luminosity of 139 fb$^{-1}$ of proton-proton collision data collected by the ATLAS detector at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV is used. No significant excess is found beyond the Standard Model expectation. The 95% confidence level exclusion limits are set on wino or higgsino production with varying assumptions in the decay branching ratios and the type of the lightest supersymmetric particle. A wino (higgsino) mass up to 1060 (900) GeV is excluded when the lightest SUSY particle mass is below 400 (240) GeV and the mass splitting is larger than 400 (450) GeV. The sensitivity to high-mass wino and higgsino is significantly extended compared with the previous LHC searches using the other final states.

  • Table of contents

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  • Cut flows for the representative signals

    Table 1 auxiliary material

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    Cut flows of some representative signals up to SR-4Q-VV, SR-2B2Q-VZ, and SR-2B2Q-Vh. One signal point from the $(\tilde{W},~\tilde{B})$ simplified models...

  • $W/Z\rightarrow qq$ tagging efficiency

    Figure 4a

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    The boson-tagging efficiency for jets arising from $W/Z$ bosons decaying into $q\bar{q}$ (signal jets) are shown. The signal jet efficiency...

  • $W/Z\rightarrow qq$ tagging rejection

    Figure 4b

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    The rejection factor (inverse of the efficiency) for jets that have the other origins (background jets) are shown. The background...

  • $Z/h \rightarrow bb$ tagging efficiency

    Figure 4c

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    The boson-tagging efficiency for jets arising from $Z/h$ bosons decaying into $b\bar{b}$ (signal jets). The signal jet efficiency of $Z_{bb}$/$h_{bb}$-tagging...

  • $Z/h \rightarrow bb$ tagging rejection

    Figure 4d

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    The rejection factor (inverse of the efficiency) for jets that have the other origins (background jets) are shown. The background...

  • $W\rightarrow qq$ tagging efficiency (vs official WP)

    Figure 1a auxiliary material

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    The signal jet efficiency and background jet rejection for the $W_{qq}$-/$Z_{qq}$-tagging working point used in the analysis in comparison with...

  • $W\rightarrow qq$ tagging rejection (vs official WP)

    Figure 1c auxiliary material

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    The signal jet efficiency and background jet rejection for the $W_{qq}$-/$Z_{qq}$-tagging working point used in the analysis in comparison with...

  • $Z\rightarrow qq$ tagging efficiency (vs official WP)

    Figure 1b auxiliary material

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    The signal jet efficiency and background jet rejection for the $W_{qq}$-/$Z_{qq}$-tagging working point used in the analysis in comparison with...

  • $Z\rightarrow qq$ tagging rejection (vs official WP)

    Figure 1d auxiliary material

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    The signal jet efficiency and background jet rejection for the $W_{qq}$-/$Z_{qq}$-tagging working point used in the analysis in comparison with...

  • Total systematic uncertainties

    Figure 9

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    The total post-fit uncertainty in each of the SRs and VRs.

  • Data yields and background expectation in the SRs

    Figure 10

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    Summary of the observed data and predicted SM background in all SRs. The background prediction in SR-4Q (SR-2B2Q) is obtained...

  • Data yields and background breakdown in SR

    Table 5

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    Number of observed data events and the SM backgrounds in the SRs and the CR0L bins. The SM backgrounds are...

  • Data yields and background breakdown in CR/VR 1L(1Y)

    Table 4

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    Number of observed data events and the post-fit SM background prediction in the VR1L(1Y) bins and the corresponding CR1L(1Y) bins....

  • Effective mass distribution in SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 11a

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    $m_{\textrm{eff}}$ distribution in SR-4Q-VV. The post-fit SM background expectation using the background-only fit is shown in a histogram stack. Distributions...

  • Leading large-$R$ jet mass distribution in SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 2a auxiliary material

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    Distribution of $m(J_{1})$ in SR-4Q-VV. The post-fit SM background expectation using the background-only fit is shown in a histogram stack....

  • Leading large-$R$ jet $D_{2}$ distribution in SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 2b auxiliary material

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    Distribution of $D_2(J_{1})$ in SR-4Q-VV. For $D_2$, the cut value applied for $V_{qq}$-tagging ($D_{2,\text{cut}}$) is subtracted as the off-set so...

  • Sub-leading large-$R$ jet mass distribution in SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 2c auxiliary material

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    Distribution of $m(J_{2})$ in SR-4Q-VV. The post-fit SM background expectation using the background-only fit is shown in a histogram stack....

  • Sub-leading large-$R$ jet $D_{2}$ distribution in SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 2d auxiliary material

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    Distribution of $D_2(J_{2})$ in SR-4Q-VV. For $D_2$, the cut value applied for $V_{qq}$-tagging ($D_{2,\text{cut}}$) is subtracted as the off-set so...

  • $m_{T2}$ distribution in SR-2B2Q-VZ

    Figure 11b

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    $m_{\textrm{T2}}$ distributions in SR-2B2Q-VZ. The post-fit SM background expectation using the background-only fit is shown in a histogram stack. Distributions...

  • bb-tagged jet mass distribution in SR-2B2Q-VZ

    Figure 3a auxiliary material

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    Distribution of $m(J_{bb})$ in SR-2B2Q-VZ. The post-fit SM background expectation using the background-only fit is shown in a histogram stack....

  • Effective mass distribution in SR-2B2Q-VZ

    Figure 3c auxiliary material

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    Distribution of $m_{\textrm{eff}} $ in SR-2B2Q-VZ. The post-fit SM background expectation using the background-only fit is shown in a histogram...

  • $m_{T2}$ distribution in SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 11c

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    $m_{\textrm{T2}}$ distributions in SR-2B2Q-Vh. The post-fit SM background expectation using the background-only fit is shown in a histogram stack. Distributions...

  • bb-tagged jet mass distribution in SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 3b auxiliary material

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    Distribution of $m(J_{bb})$ in SR-2B2Q-Vh. The post-fit SM background expectation using the background-only fit is shown in a histogram stack....

  • Effective mass distribution in SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 3d auxiliary material

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    Distribution of $m_{\textrm{eff}} $ in SR-2B2Q-Vh. The post-fit SM background expectation using the background-only fit is shown in a histogram...

  • Exp limit on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1C1-WW)

    Figure 15a

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1C1-WW)

    Figure 15a

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Obs limit on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1C1-WW)

    Figure 15a

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1C1-WW)

    Figure 15a

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1C1-WW)

    Figure 15a

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Exp limit on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-WZ)

    Figure 15b

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-WZ)

    Figure 15b

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Exp limit (-1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-WZ)

    Figure 15b

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Obs limit on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-WZ)

    Figure 15b

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-WZ)

    Figure 15b

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-WZ)

    Figure 15b

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Exp limit on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-Wh)

    Figure 15c

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-Wh)

    Figure 15c

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Exp limit (-1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-Wh)

    Figure 15c

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Obs limit on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-Wh)

    Figure 15c

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-Wh)

    Figure 15c

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (W~, B~) simplified model (C1N2-Wh)

    Figure 15c

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    Exclusion limits for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplifiec model as a function of the produced wino mass ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm}/\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{0})$) and the bino LSP mass...

  • Exp limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 0%

    Figure 12a

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Obs limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 0%

    Figure 12b

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Exp limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 25%

    Figure 12a

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Obs limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 25%

    Figure 12b

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Exp limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12a,12c

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12c

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and the mass...

  • Exp limit (-1sig) on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12c

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and the mass...

  • Obs limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12b,12c

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12c

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and the mass...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12c

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and the mass...

  • Exp limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 75%

    Figure 12a

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Obs limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 75%

    Figure 12b

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Exp limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 100%

    Figure 12a

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Obs limit on (W~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 100%

    Figure 12b

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Exp limit on (H~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12a,12d

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (H~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12d

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and the mass...

  • Obs limit on (H~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12b,12d

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ and $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (H~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12d

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and the mass...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (H~, B~) B(N2->ZN1) = 50%

    Figure 12d

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    Exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ models shown as a function of the mass of wino/higgsino chargino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{\pm})$) and the mass...

  • Exp limit on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14c

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14c

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Exp limit (-1sig) on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14c

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Obs limit on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14c

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14c

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14c

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Exp limit on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14d

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14d

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Obs limit on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14d

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14d

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, mu>0

    Figure 14d

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane of the physical...

  • Exp limit on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14b

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14a

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Exp limit (-1sig) on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14a

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Obs limit on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14b

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14a

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (W~, H~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14a

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Exp limit on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14b

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14a

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Obs limit on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14b

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14a

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (H~, W~), tanb = 10, M2 vs mu

    Figure 14a

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    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ models. The limits are projected on to a two-dimensional plane as a function...

  • Exp limit on (H~, G~)

    Figure 16

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    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid red) 95% CL exclusion limit derived for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ model, as a function of the...

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (H~, G~)

    Figure 16

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t85

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid red) 95% CL exclusion limit derived for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ model, as a function of the...

  • Exp limit (-1sig) on (H~, G~)

    Figure 16

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t86

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid red) 95% CL exclusion limit derived for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ model, as a function of the...

  • Obs limit on (H~, G~)

    Figure 16

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t87

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid red) 95% CL exclusion limit derived for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ model, as a function of the...

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (H~, G~)

    Figure 16

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t88

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid red) 95% CL exclusion limit derived for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ model, as a function of the...

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (H~, G~)

    Figure 16

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t89

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid red) 95% CL exclusion limit derived for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ model, as a function of the...

  • Exp limit on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 100%

    Figure 17b

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t90

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Exp limit (+1sig) on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 100%

    Figure 17a

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t91

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Exp limit (-1sig) on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 100%

    Figure 17a

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t92

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Obs limit on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 100%

    Figure 17b

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t93

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Obs limit (+1sig) on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 100%

    Figure 17a

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t94

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Obs limit (-1sig) on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 100%

    Figure 17a

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t95

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Exp limit on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 75%

    Figure 17b

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t96

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Obs limit on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 75%

    Figure 17b

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t97

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Exp limit on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 50%

    Figure 17b

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t98

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Obs limit on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 50%

    Figure 17b

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t99

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • Obs limit on (H~, a~) B(N1->Za~) = 25%

    Figure 17b

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t100

    95% CL exclusion limits for the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{a})$ model as the function of axino mass ($m(\tilde{a})$) and the lightest higgsino ($m(\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0})$)....

  • B(C2->W+N1,N2) in (W~, H~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 4a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t101

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of wino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and wino-like neutralino...

  • B(C2->Z+C1) in (W~, H~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 4c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t102

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of wino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and wino-like neutralino...

  • B(C2->h+C1) in (W~, H~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 4e auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t103

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of wino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and wino-like neutralino...

  • B(N3->W+C1) in (W~, H~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 4b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t104

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of wino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and wino-like neutralino...

  • B(N3->Z+N1,N2) in (W~, H~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 4d auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t105

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of wino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and wino-like neutralino...

  • B(N3->h+N1,N2) in (W~, H~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 4f auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t106

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{W},\tilde{H})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of wino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and wino-like neutralino...

  • B(C2->W+N1) in (H~, W~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 5a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t107

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of higgsino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and higgsino-like neutralinos...

  • B(C2->Z+C1) in (H~, W~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 5b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t108

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of higgsino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and higgsino-like neutralinos...

  • B(C2->h+C1) in (H~, W~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 5c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t109

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of higgsino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and higgsino-like neutralinos...

  • B(N2->W+C1) in (H~, W~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 5d auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t110

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of higgsino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and higgsino-like neutralinos...

  • B(N2->Z+N1) in (H~, W~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 5e auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t111

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of higgsino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and higgsino-like neutralinos...

  • B(N2->h+N1) in (H~, W~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 5f auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t112

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of higgsino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and higgsino-like neutralinos...

  • B(N3->W+C1) in (H~, W~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 5g auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t113

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of higgsino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and higgsino-like neutralinos...

  • B(N3->Z+N1) in (H~, W~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 5h auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t114

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of higgsino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and higgsino-like neutralinos...

  • B(N3->h+N1) in (H~, W~), tanb=10, mu>0

    Figure 5i auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t115

    The $\tilde{\chi}_{\textrm{heavy}}$ branching ratios in the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{W})$ model ($\tan\beta=10, \mu>0$). The branching ratios of higgsino-like chargino ($\tilde{\chi}_{2}^{\pm}$) and higgsino-like neutralinos...

  • Expected cross-section upper limit on C1C1-WW

    Figure 7a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t116

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid) 95% CL exclusion limits on $(\tilde{W},~\tilde{B})$-SIM model (C1C1-WW). The black numbers represents the expected cross-section...

  • Expected cross-section upper limit on C1N2-WZ

    Figure 7b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t117

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid) 95% CL exclusion limits on $(\tilde{W},~\tilde{B})$-SIM model (C1N2-WZ). The black numbers represents the expected cross-section...

  • Expected cross-section upper limit on C1N2-Wh

    Figure 7c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t118

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid) 95% CL exclusion limits on $(\tilde{W},~\tilde{B})$-SIM model (C1N2-Wh). The black numbers represents the expected cross-section...

  • Expected cross-section upper limit on (H~, G~)

    Figure 7d auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t119

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid) 95% CL exclusion limits on $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ models. The black numbers represents the expected cross-section upper-limits.

  • Observed cross-section upper limit on C1C1-WW

    Figure 8a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t120

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid) 95% CL exclusion limits on $(\tilde{W},~\tilde{B})$-SIM model (C1C1-WW). The black numbers represents the observed cross-section...

  • Observed cross-section upper limit on C1N2-WZ

    Figure 8b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t121

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid) 95% CL exclusion limits on $(\tilde{W},~\tilde{B})$-SIM model (C1N2-WZ). The black numbers represents the observed cross-section...

  • Observed cross-section upper limit on C1N2-Wh

    Figure 8c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t122

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid) 95% CL exclusion limits on $(\tilde{W},~\tilde{B})$-SIM model (C1N2-Wh). The black numbers represents the observed cross-section...

  • Observed cross-section upper limit on (H~, G~)

    Figure 8d auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t123

    Expected (dashed) and observed (solid) 95% CL exclusion limits on $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ models. The black numbers represents the observed cross-section upper-limits.

  • Acceptance of C1C1-WW signals by SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 9a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t124

    Signal acceptance of $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (C1C1-WW) by their most relevant SRs, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given...

  • Acceptance of C1N2-WZ signals by SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 9b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t125

    Signal acceptance of $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (C1N2-WZ) by their most relevant SRs, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given...

  • Acceptance of C1N2-WZ signals by SR-2B2Q-VZ

    Figure 9c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t126

    Signal acceptance of $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (C1N2-WZ) by their most relevant SRs, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given...

  • Acceptance of C1N2-Wh signals by SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 9d auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t127

    Signal acceptance of $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (C1N2-Wh) by their most relevant SRs, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given...

  • Acceptance of N2N3-ZZ signals by SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 10a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t128

    Signal acceptance of $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (N2N3-ZZ) by their most relevant SRs, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given...

  • Acceptance of N2N3-ZZ signals by SR-2B2Q-VZ

    Figure 10b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t129

    Signal acceptance of $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (N2N3-ZZ) by their most relevant SRs, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given...

  • Acceptance of N2N3-Zh signals by SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 10c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t130

    Signal acceptance of $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (N2N3-Zh) by their most relevant SRs, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given...

  • Acceptance of N2N3-hh signals by SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 10d auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t131

    Signal acceptance of $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (N2N3-hh) by their most relevant SRs, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given...

  • Acceptance of (H~, G~) signals by SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 11a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t132

    Signal acceptance of the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ model by SR-4Q-VV, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given by the ratio of...

  • Acceptance of (H~, G~) signals by SR-2B2Q-VZ

    Figure 11b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t133

    Signal acceptance of the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ model by SR-2B2Q-VZ, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given by the ratio of...

  • Acceptance of (H~, G~) signals by SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 11c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t134

    Signal acceptance of the $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ model by SR-2B2Q-Vh, evaluated using MC simulation. The acceptance is given by the ratio of...

  • Efficiency of C1C1-WW signals by SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 12a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t135

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (C1C1-WW) in their most relevant SRs. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by...

  • Efficiency of C1N2-WZ signals by SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 12b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t136

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (C1N2-WZ) in their most relevant SRs. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by...

  • Efficiency of C1N2-WZ signals by SR-2B2Q-VZ

    Figure 12c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t137

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (C1N2-WZ) in their most relevant SRs. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by...

  • Efficiency of C1N2-Wh signals by SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 12d auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t138

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{W},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (C1N2-Wh) in their most relevant SRs. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by...

  • Efficiency of N2N3-ZZ signals by SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 13a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t139

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (N2N3-ZZ) in their most relevant SRs. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by...

  • Efficiency of N2N3-ZZ signals by SR-2B2Q-VZ

    Figure 13b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t140

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (N2N3-ZZ) in their most relevant SRs. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by...

  • Efficiency of N2N3-Zh signals by SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 13c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t141

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (N2N3-Zh) in their most relevant SRs. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by...

  • Efficiency of N2N3-hh signals by SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 13d auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t142

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{H},\tilde{B})$ simplified models (N2N3-hh) in their most relevant SRs. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by...

  • Efficiency of (H~, G~) signals by SR-4Q-VV

    Figure 14a auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t143

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ in SR-4Q-VV. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by the ratio of weighted events selected...

  • Efficiency of (H~, G~) signals by SR-2B2Q-VZ

    Figure 14b auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t144

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ in SR-2B2Q-VZ. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by the ratio of weighted events selected...

  • Efficiency of (H~, G~) signals by SR-2B2Q-Vh

    Figure 14c auxiliary material

    10.17182/hepdata.104458.v1/t145

    Efficiency for $(\tilde{H},\tilde{G})$ in SR-2B2Q-Vh. The efficiency in a given SR is defined by the ratio of weighted events selected...

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