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Determination of $Z^0$ resonance parameters and couplings from its hadronic and leptonic decays

The DELPHI collaboration
Nucl.Phys. B367 (1991) 511-574, 1991

Abstract (data abstract)
CERN-LEP. DELPHI collaboration. Measurement of cross sections for hadron and cross sections and asymmetries for lepton production around the Z0 pole. Determination of Z0 resonance parameters from the data give mass of Z0 = 91.177 +- 0.022 GeV and width 2.465 +- 0.020 GeV. Paper gives detailed analysis, giving values for the various parameters.

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    Data from T 3

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    Cross section from analysis I based on energy of charged particles. Additional 1.0 pct normalisation uncertainty.

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    Data from T 3

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    Cross section from analysis II based on calorimeter energies. Additional 1.1 pct normalisation uncertainty.

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    Data from T 4

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    Cross sections within the polar angle range 44 < THETA < 136 degrees and acollinearity < 10 degrees.. Overall systematic...

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    Data from T 4

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    Cross sections, after t-channel subtraction, and correction for acceptance to the full solid angle and the full acollinearity angle distribution.....

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    Data from T 5

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    Cross section within the polar angle range 25 < THETA < 35 degrees plus the symmetric interval 145 < THETA...

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    Data from T 6

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    Forward-backward asymmetry within the polar angular range 44 < THETA < 136 degrees and acollinearity < 10 degrees.. Overall systematic...

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    Data from T 6

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    Forward-backward asymmetry after t-channel subtraction but in the polar angular range 44 < THETA < 136 degrees and acollinearity <...

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    Data from T 7

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    Cross section fully corrected for cuts on momentum and acollinearity and to the full solid angle.. Additional systematic error is...

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    Data from T 8

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    Forward-backward asymmetry calculated using the counting method. Data are corrected for full solid angle, but not for cuts on momenta...

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    Data from T 8

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    Forward-backward asymmetry calculated using the maximum liklihood method. Data are corrected for full solid angle, but not for cuts on...

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    Data from T 9

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    Cross section fully corrected for cuts on momentum and acollinearity and to the full solid angle.. Additional systematic error is...

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    Data from T 10

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    Forward-backward asymmetry calculated using the counting method. Data are corrected for full solid angle, but not for cuts on momenta...

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    Data from T 10

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    Forward-backward asymmetry calculated using the maximum liklihood method. Data are corrected for full solid angle, but not for cuts on...

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    Data from T 11

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    Cross section with the polar angle range 43 < THETA < 137 degrees and acollinearity < 20 degrees.. Additional systematic...

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    Data from T 11

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    Cross section, reduced to one lepton generation, after t-channel subtraction and correction for acceptance to full solid angle and full...

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    Data from T 12

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    Forward-backward asymmetry within polar angle range 43 < THETA < 132 degrees and acollinearity < 20 degrees.. Additional systematic error...

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    Data from T 12

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    Forward-backward asymmetry after t-channel subtraction, and polar angle range 43 < THETA < 132 degrees and acollinearity < 20 degrees.....

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    Data from T 15

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    Effective and Minimal Standard Model SIN2TW from fits to the data.

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