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Search for long-lived particles decaying to jets with displaced vertices in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}=$ 13 TeV

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-EXO-19-013, 2021.
Inspire Record 1861146 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.102798

A search is presented for long-lived particles produced in pairs in proton-proton collisions at the LHC operating at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV. The data were collected with the CMS detector during the period from 2015 through 2018, and correspond to a total integrated luminosity of 140 fb$^{-1}$. This search targets pairs of long-lived particles with mean proper decay lengths between 0.1 and 100 mm, each of which decays into at least two quarks that hadronize to jets, resulting in a final state with two displaced vertices. No significant excess of events with two displaced vertices is observed. In the context of $R$-parity violating supersymmetry models, the pair production of long-lived neutralinos, gluinos, and top squarks is excluded at 95% confidence level for cross sections larger than 0.08 fb, masses between 800 and 3000 GeV, and mean proper decay lengths between 1 and 25 mm.

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Event yields in the control regions in data. The ''one-vertex'' events correspond to events containing exactly one vertex with the specified number of tracks. The ''two-vertex'' events have two or more vertices containing the specified numbers of tracks. We seek the signal in the $\geq$5-track two-vertex sample.

The distribution of distances between vertices in the $x$-$y$ plane, $d_{\mathrm{VV}}$, for three simulated multijet signals each with a mass of 1600 GeV, with the background template distribution overlaid. The production cross section for each signal model is assumed to be the lower limit excluded by CMS-EXO-17-018, corresponding to values of 0.8, 0.25, and 0.15 fb for the samples with $c\tau =$ 0.3, 1.0, and 10 mm, respectively. The last bin includes the overflow events. The two vertical pink dashed lines separate the regions used in the fit.

Multijet signal efficiencies as a function of the signal mass and lifetime for events satisfying all event and vertex requirements, with corrections based on systematic differences in the vertex reconstruction efficiency between data and simulation.

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Search for W' bosons decaying to a top and a bottom quark at $\sqrt{s} =$13 TeV in the hadronic final state

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-B2G-20-005, 2021.
Inspire Record 1857809 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.102392

A search is performed for W' bosons decaying to a top and a bottom quark in the all-hadronic final state, in proton-proton collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV. The analyzed data were collected by the CMS experiment between 2016 and 2018 and correspond to an integrated luminosity of 137 fb$^{-1}$. Deep neural network algorithms are used to identify the jet initiated by the bottom quark and the jet containing the decay products of the top quark when the W boson from the top quark decays hadronically. No excess above the estimated standard model background is observed. Upper limits on the production cross sections of W' bosons decaying to a top and a bottom quark are set. Both left- and right-handed W' bosons with masses below 3.4 TeV are excluded at 95% confidence level, and the most stringent limits to date on W' bosons decaying to a top and a bottom quark in the all-hadronic final state are obtained.

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The reconstructed m$_{tb}$ distributions in data and expected background in signal region for the data taking period of 2016. Yield in each bin is divided by the corresponding bin width.

The reconstructed m$_{tb}$ distributions in data and expected background in validation region for the data taking period of 2016. Yield in each bin is divided by the corresponding bin width.

The reconstructed m$_{tb}$ distributions in data and expected background in signal region for the data taking period of 2017. Yield in each bin is divided by the corresponding bin width.

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Search for charged Higgs bosons produced in vector boson fusion processes and decaying into vector boson pairs in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s} =$ 13 TeV

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-HIG-20-017, 2021.
Inspire Record 1857811 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.102461

A search for charged Higgs bosons produced in vector boson fusion processes and decaying into vector bosons, using proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}=$ 13 TeV at the LHC, is reported. The data sample corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 137 fb$^{-1}$ collected with the CMS detector. Events are selected by requiring two or three electrons or muons, moderate missing transverse momentum, and two jets with a large rapidity separation and a large dijet mass. No excess of events with respect to the standard model background predictions is observed. Model independent upper limits at 95% confidence level are reported on the product of the cross section and branching fraction for vector boson fusion production of charged Higgs bosons as a function of mass, from 200 to 3000 GeV. The results are interpreted in the context of the Georgi-Machacek model.

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Summary of the impact of the systematic uncertainties on the extracted signal strength; for the case of a background-only simulated data set, i.e., assuming no contributions from the $\mathrm{H}^{\pm}$ and $\mathrm{H}^{\pm\pm}$ processes, and including a charged Higgs boson signal for values of $s_{\mathrm{H}}=1.0$ and $m_{\mathrm{H}_{5}}=500$ GeV in the GM model.

Expected signal and background yields from various SM processes and observed data events in all regions used in the analysis. The expected background yields are shown with their normalizations from the simultaneous fit for the background-only hypothesis, i.e., assuming no contributions from the $\mathrm{H}^{\pm}$ and $\mathrm{H}^{\pm\pm}$ processes. The expected signal yields are shown for $s_{\mathrm{H}}=1.0$ in the GM model. The combination of the statistical and systematic uncertainties is shown.

Distributions for signal, backgrounds, and data for the bins used in the simultaneous fit. The bins 1--32 (4$\times$8) show the events in the WW SR ($m_{\mathrm{jj}} \times m_{\mathrm{T}}$), the bins 33--46 (2$\times$7) show the events in the WZ SR ($m_{\mathrm{jj}} \times m_{\mathrm{T}}$), the 4 bins 47--50 show the events in the nonprompt lepton CR ($m_{\mathrm{jj}}$), the 4 bins 51--54 show the events in the tZq CR ($m_{\mathrm{jj}}$), and the 4 bins 55--58 show the events in the ZZ CR ($m_{\mathrm{jj}}$). The predicted yields are shown with their best fit normalizations from the simultaneous fit for the background-only hypothesis, i.e., assuming no contributions from the $\mathrm{H}^{\pm}$ and $\mathrm{H}^{\pm\pm}$ processes. Vertical bars on data points represent the statistical uncertainty in the data. The histograms for tVx backgrounds include the contributions from ttV and tZq processes. The histograms for other backgrounds include the contributions from double parton scattering, VVV, and from oppositely charged dilepton final states from tt, tW, $\mathrm{W}^{+}\mathrm{W}^{-}$, and Drell--Yan processes. The overflow is included in the last bin in each corresponding region. The lower panels show the ratio of the number of events observed in data to that of the total SM prediction. The hatched gray bands represent the uncertainties in the predicted yields. The solid lines show the signal predictions for values of $s_{\mathrm{H}}=1.0$ and $m_{\mathrm{H}_{5}}=500$ GeV in the GM model.

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Measurements of Higgs boson production cross sections and couplings in the diphoton decay channel at $\sqrt{s} = $ 13 TeV

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-HIG-19-015, 2021.
Inspire Record 1851456 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.102459

Measurements of Higgs boson production cross sections and couplings in events where the Higgs boson decays into a pair of photons are reported. Events are selected from a sample of proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}=$ 13 TeV collected by the CMS detector at the LHC from 2016 to 2018, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 137 fb$^{-1}$. Analysis categories enriched in Higgs boson events produced via gluon fusion, vector boson fusion, vector boson associated production, and production associated with top quarks are constructed. The total Higgs boson signal strength, relative to the standard model (SM) prediction, is measured to be 1.12$\pm$0.09. Other properties of the Higgs boson are measured, including SM signal strength modifiers, production cross sections, and its couplings to other particles. These include the most precise measurements of gluon fusion and vector boson fusion Higgs boson production in several different kinematic regions, the first measurement of Higgs boson production in association with a top quark pair in five regions of the Higgs boson transverse momentum, and an upper limit on the rate of Higgs boson production in association with a single top quark. All results are found to be in agreement with the SM expectations.

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Best-fit values and 68% confidence intervals for the signal strength modifiers. The uncertainty is decomposed ino the theoretical systematic, experimental systematic and statistical components. Additionally, the expected uncertainties derived using an asimov dataset are provided.

Observed and expected correlations between the parameters in the production mode signal strength fit.

The observed and expected impacts from the various sources of systematic uncertainty on the per-production mode signal strengths. The expected impacts are derived using an asimov dataset.

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Search for resonant and nonresonant new phenomena in high-mass dilepton final states at $\sqrt{s} = $ 13 TeV

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-EXO-19-019, 2021.
Inspire Record 1849964 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.101186

A search is presented for physics beyond the standard model (SM) using electron or muon pairs with high invariant mass. A data set of proton-proton collisions collected by the CMS experiment at the LHC at $\sqrt{s}=$ 13 TeV from 2016 to 2018 corresponding to a total integrated luminosity of up to 140 fb$^{-1}$ is analyzed. No significant deviation is observed with respect to the SM background expectations. Upper limits are presented on the ratio of the product of the production cross section and the branching fraction to dileptons of a new narrow resonance to that of the Z boson. These provide the most stringent lower limits to date on the masses for various spin-1 particles, spin-2 gravitons in the Randall--Sundrum model, as well as spin-1 mediators between the SM and dark matter particles. Lower limits on the ultraviolet cutoff parameter are set both for four-fermion contact interactions and for the Arkani-Hamed, Dimopoulos, and Dvali model with large extra dimensions. Lepton flavor universality is tested at the TeV scale for the first time by comparing the dimuon and dielectron mass spectra. No significant deviation from the SM expectation of unity is observed.

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Product of acceptance and efficiency for dielectron pairs as a function of generated mass in simulated events. The DY samples are used to represent spin-1 particles, and RS graviton samples are used for spin-2 particles.

Product of acceptance and efficiency for dimuon pairs as a function of generated mass in simulated events. The DY samples are used to represent spin-1 particles, and RS graviton samples are used for spin-2 particles.

The invariant mass spectra of dielectron events. The points with error bars represent the observed yield. The histogram represents the expectations from the SM processes. The bins have equal width in logarithmic scale so that the width in GeV becomes larger with increasing mass.

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Measurements of differential cross-sections in four-lepton events in 13 TeV proton-proton collisions with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Brad ; Abbott, Dale Charles ; et al.
CERN-EP-2021-019, 2021.
Inspire Record 1849535 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.94413

Measurements of four-lepton differential and integrated fiducial cross-sections in events with two same-flavour, opposite-charge electron or muon pairs are presented. The data correspond to 139 fb$^{-1}$ of $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV proton-proton collisions, collected by the ATLAS detector during Run 2 of the Large Hadron Collider (2015-2018). The final state has contributions from a number of interesting Standard Model processes that dominate in different four-lepton invariant mass regions, including single $Z$ boson production, Higgs boson production and on-shell $ZZ$ production, with a complex mix of interference terms, and possible contributions from physics beyond the Standard Model. The differential cross-sections include the four-lepton invariant mass inclusively, in slices of other kinematic variables, and in different lepton flavour categories. Also measured are dilepton invariant masses, transverse momenta, and angular correlation variables, in four regions of four-lepton invariant mass, each dominated by different processes. The measurements are corrected for detector effects and are compared with state-of-the-art Standard Model calculations, which are found to be consistent with the data. The $Z\rightarrow 4\ell$ branching fraction is extracted, giving a value of $\left(4.41 \pm 0.30\right) \times 10^{-6}$. Constraints on effective field theory parameters and a model based on a spontaneously broken $B-L$ gauge symmetry are also evaluated. Further reinterpretations can be performed with the provided information.

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Inclusive differential cross section for four leptons (Max = 1710~GeV).

Inclusive differential cross section for four muons (Max = 1320~GeV)

Inclusive differential cross section for four electrons (Max = 887~GeV).

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Study of Drell-Yan dimuon production in proton-lead collisions at $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}} =$ 8.16 TeV

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-HIN-18-003, 2021.
Inspire Record 1849180 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.88292

Differential cross sections for the Drell-Yan process, including Z boson production, using the dimuon decay channel are measured in proton-lead (pPb) collisions at a nucleon-nucleon centre-of-mass energy of 8.16 TeV. A data sample recorded with the CMS detector at the LHC is used, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 173 nb$^{-1}$. The differential cross section as a function of the dimuon mass is measured in the range 15-600 GeV, for the first time in proton-nucleus collisions. It is also reported as a function of dimuon rapidity over the mass ranges 15-60 GeV and 60-120 GeV, and ratios for the p-going over the Pb-going beam directions are built. In both mass ranges, the differential cross sections as functions of the dimuon transverse momentum $p_\mathrm{T}$ and of a geometric variable $\phi^*$ are measured, where $\phi^*$ highly correlates with $p_\mathrm{T}$ but is determined with higher precision. In the Z mass region, the rapidity dependence of the data indicate a modification of the distribution of partons within a lead nucleus as compared to the proton case. The data are more precise than predictions based upon current models of parton distributions.

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Differential fiducial cross section (without the acceptance correction) for the DY process measured in the muon channel, as a function of dimuon invariant mass. The quoted error is the quadratic sum of the statistical and systematic uncertainties. The global normalisation uncertainty of 3.5% is listed separately.

Differential fiducial cross section (without the acceptance correction) for the DY process measured in the muon channel, as a function of rapidity in the centre-of-mass frame for $15<m_{\mu\mu}<60$ GeV. The quoted error is the quadratic sum of the statistical and systematic uncertainties. The global normalisation uncertainty of 3.5% is listed separately.

Differential fiducial cross section (without the acceptance correction) for the DY process measured in the muon channel, as a function of rapidity in the centre-of-mass frame for $60<m_{\mu\mu}<120$ GeV. The quoted error is the quadratic sum of the statistical and systematic uncertainties. The global normalisation uncertainty of 3.5% is listed separately.

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First measurement of large area jet transverse momentum spectra in heavy-ion collisions

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
FERMILAB-PUB-21-160-CMS, 2021.
Inspire Record 1848440 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.93881

Jet production in lead-lead (PbPb) and proton-proton (pp) collisions at a nucleon-nucleon center-of-mass energy of 5.02 TeV is studied with the CMS detector at the LHC, using PbPb and pp data samples corresponding to integrated luminosities of 404 $\mu$b$^{-1}$ and 27.4 pb$^{-1}$, respectively. Jets with different areas are reconstructed using the anti-$k_\mathrm{T}$ algorithm by varying the distance parameter $R$. The measurements are performed using jets with transverse momenta ($p_\mathrm{T}$) greater than 200 GeV and in a pseudorapidity range of $|\eta|\lt 2$. To reveal the medium modification of the jet spectra in PbPb collisions, the properly normalized ratio of spectra from PbPb and pp data is used to extract jet nuclear modification factors as functions of the PbPb collision centrality, $p_\mathrm{T}$ and, for the first time, as a function of $R$ up to 1.0. For the most central collisions, a strong suppression is observed for high-$p_\mathrm{T}$ jets reconstructed with all distance parameters, implying that a significant amount of jet energy is scattered to large angles. The dependence of jet suppression on $R$ is expected to be sensitive to both the jet energy loss mechanism and the medium response, and so the data are compared to several modern event generators and analytic calculations. The models considered do not fully reproduce the data.

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Spectra of jets with |eta jet| < 2.0 for R = 0.2, for pp collisions and different centrality classes of PbPb collisions.

Spectra of jets with |eta jet| < 2.0 for R = 0.3, for pp collisions and different centrality classes of PbPb collisions.

Spectra of jets with |eta jet| < 2.0 for R = 0.4, for pp collisions and different centrality classes of PbPb collisions.

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Search for charged Higgs bosons decaying into a top quark and a bottom quark at $\sqrt{s}$=13 TeV with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Brad ; Abbott, Dale Charles ; et al.
CERN-EP-2021-004, 2021.
Inspire Record 1847643 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.100427

A search for charged Higgs bosons decaying into a top quark and a bottom quark is presented. The data analysed correspond to 139 fb$^{-1}$ of proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}$=13TeV, recorded with the ATLAS detector at the LHC. The production of a heavy charged Higgs boson in association with a top quark and a bottom quark, $pp\rightarrow tbH^{+}\rightarrow tbtb$, is explored in the $H^+$ mass range from 200 to 2000 GeV using final states with jets and one electron or muon. Events are categorised according to the multiplicity of jets and $b$-tagged jets, and multivariate analysis techniques are used to discriminate between signal and background events. No significant excess above the background-only hypothesis is observed and exclusion limits are derived for the production cross-section times branching ratio of a charged Higgs boson as a function of its mass; they range from 3.6 pb at 200 GeV to 0.035 pb at 2000 GeV at 95% confidence level. The results are interpreted in the hMSSM and $M_h^{125}$ scenarios.

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Observed and expected upper limits for the production of $H^+\rightarrow tb$ in association with a top quark and a bottom quark. The bands surrounding the expected limit show the 68% and 95% confidence intervals. The red lines show the observed and expected 95% CL exclusion limits obtained with the 36 fb$^{-1}$ data sample. Theory predictions are shown for two representative values of $\tan\beta$ in the hMSSM benchmark scenario. Uncertainties in the predicted $H^+$ cross-sections or branching ratios are not considered.

Observed and expected limits on $\tan\beta$ as a function of $m_{H^+}$ in the hMSSM scenario. Limits are shown for $\tan\beta$ values in the range of 0.5-60 due to the availability of the model prediction. The bands surrounding the expected limits show the 68% and 95% confidence intervals. Uncertainties in the predicted $H^+$ cross-sections or branching ratios are not considered.

Observed and expected limits on $\tan\beta$ as a function of $m_{H^+}$ in the $M_h^{125}$ scenario. Limits are shown for $\tan\beta$ values in the range of 0.5-60 due to the availability of the model prediction. The bands surrounding the expected limits show the 68% and 95% confidence intervals. Uncertainties in the predicted $H^+$ cross-sections or branching ratios are not considered.

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Search for top squarks in final states with two top quarks and several light-flavor jets in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}=$ 13 TeV

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-SUS-19-004, 2021.
Inspire Record 1846679 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.103064

Many new physics models, including versions of supersymmetry characterized by $R$-parity violation (RPV), compressed mass spectra, long decay chains, or additional hidden sectors, predict the production of events with top quarks, low missing transverse momentum, and many additional quarks or gluons. The results of a search for new physics in events with two top quarks and additional jets are reported. The search is performed using events with at least seven jets and exactly one electron or muon. No requirement on missing transverse momentum is imposed. The study is based on a sample of proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s} =$ 13 TeV corresponding to 137 fb$^{-1}$ of integrated luminosity collected with the CMS detector at the LHC in 2016-2018. The data are used to determine best fit values and upper limits on the cross section for pair production of top squarks in scenarios of RPV and stealth supersymmetry. Top squark masses up to 670 (870) GeV are excluded at 95% confidence level for the RPV (stealth) scenario, and the maximum observed local significance is 2.8 standard deviations for the RPV scenario with top squark mass of 400 GeV.

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Fitted background prediction and observed data counts for 2016 as functions of $N_{\text{jets}}$ in each of the four $S_{\textrm{NN}}$ bins. The signal distributions normalized to the predicted cross section for the RPV model with $m_{\tilde{t}}$ = 450 GeV and the stealth SYY model with $m_{\tilde{t}}$ = 850 GeV are shown for comparison.

Fitted background prediction and observed data counts for 2017 as functions of $N_{\text{jets}}$ in each of the four $S_{\textrm{NN}}$ bins. The signal distributions normalized to the predicted cross section for the RPV model with $m_{\tilde{t}}$ = 450 GeV and the stealth SYY model with $m_{\tilde{t}}$ = 850 GeV are shown for comparison.

Fitted background prediction and observed data counts for 2018A as functions of $N_{\text{jets}}$ in each of the four $S_{\textrm{NN}}$ bins. The signal distributions normalized to the predicted cross section for the RPV model with $m_{\tilde{t}}$ = 450 GeV and the stealth SYY model with $m_{\tilde{t}}$ = 850 GeV are shown for comparison.

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Observation of a new excited beauty strange baryon decaying to $\Xi^-_\mathrm{b} \pi^+ \pi^-$

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-BPH-20-004, 2021.
Inspire Record 1845579 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.102493

The $\Xi^-_\mathrm{b} \pi^+ \pi^-$ invariant mass spectrum is investigated with an event sample of proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s} = $ 13 TeV, collected by the CMS experiment at the LHC in 2016-2018 and corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 140 fb$^{-1}$. The ground state $\Xi^-_\mathrm{b}$ is reconstructed via its decays to J$/\psi \Xi^-$ and J$/\psi \Xi^-\Lambda$K$^-$. A narrow resonance, labeled $\Xi_\mathrm{b}$(6100)$^-$, is observed at a $\Xi^-_\mathrm{b} \pi^+ \pi^-$ invariant mass of 6100.3 $\pm$ 0.2 (stat) $\pm$ 0.1 (syst) $\pm$ 0.6 ($\Xi^-_\mathrm{b}$) MeV, where the last uncertainty reflects the precision of the $\Xi^-_\mathrm{b}$ baryon mass. The upper limit on the $\Xi_\mathrm{b}$(6100)$^-$ natural width is determined to be 1.9 MeV at 95% confidence level. Following analogies with the established excited $\Xi_\mathrm{c}$ baryon states, the new $\Xi_\mathrm{b}$(6100)$^-$ resonance and its decay sequence are consistent with the orbitally excited $\Xi^-_\mathrm{b}$ baryon, with spin and parity quantum numbers $J^P=$ 3/2$^-$.

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Measurement of W$\gamma$ production cross section in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s} =$ 13 TeV and constraints on effective field theory coefficients

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-SMP-19-002, 2021.
Inspire Record 1844754 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.102462

A fiducial cross section for W$\gamma$ production in proton-proton collisions is measured at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV in 137 fb$^{-1}$ of data collected using the CMS detector at the LHC. The W $\to$ e$\nu$ and $\mu\nu$ decay modes are used in a maximum-likelihood fit to the lepton-photon invariant mass distribution to extract the combined cross section. The measured cross section is compared with theoretical expectations at next-to-leading order in quantum chromodynamics. In addition, 95% confidence level intervals are reported for anomalous triple-gauge couplings within the framework of effective field theory.

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The measured Wgamma fiducial cross section and corresponding theoretical predictions from MadGraph5_aMC@NLO and POWHEG. The MadGraph5_aMC@NLO prediction includes 0 and 1 jets in the matrix element at NLO in QCD. The POWHEG prediction uses the C-NLO method described in https://arxiv.org/abs/1408.5766. The cross section is measured in a fiducial region defined with isolated prompt photons and isolated prompt dressed leptons (electrons and muons). A lepton or photon is considered isolated if the pt sum of all stable particles within Delta R = 0.4, divided by the pt of the lepton or photon, is less than 0.5. A lepton is considered prompt if it originates from the hard process or from the decay of a tau lepton that originates from the hard process; a photon is considered prompt if it originates from the hard process or an FSR or ISR process involving a particle that originates from the hard process. A lepton is dressed by adding to its four-momentum the four-momenta of all photons within DeltaR = 0.1; this procedure is intended to restore the lepton to its pre-FSR state. The fiducial region kinematic requirements are: photon and lepton |eta|<2.5 and pt > 25 GeV, and DeltaR(lepton,photon) > 0.5.

Data and SM expected event yields corresponding to photon pt distribution used to extract aTGC limits.

95% CL limits on effective field theory parameters in Wgamma events. No unitarity regularisation scheme is applied. All parameters are fixed to their SM values except the one that is fitted.

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Search for doubly and singly charged Higgs bosons decaying into vector bosons in multi-lepton final states with the ATLAS detector using proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}$ = 13 TeV

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Brad ; Abbott, Dale Charles ; et al.
CERN-EP-2020-240, 2021.
Inspire Record 1843269 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.97160

A search for charged Higgs bosons decaying into $W^\pm W^\pm$ or $W^\pm Z$ bosons is performed, involving experimental signatures with two leptons of the same charge, or three or four leptons with a variety of charge combinations, missing transverse momentum and jets. A data sample of proton-proton collisions at a centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV recorded with the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider between 2015 and 2018 is used. The data correspond to a total integrated luminosity of 139 fb$^{-1}$. The search is guided by a type-II seesaw model that extends the scalar sector of the Standard Model with a scalar triplet, leading to a phenomenology that includes doubly and singly charged Higgs bosons. Two scenarios are explored, corresponding to the pair production of doubly charged $H^{\pm\pm}$ bosons, or the associated production of a doubly charged $H^{\pm\pm}$ boson and a singly charged $H^\pm$ boson. No significant deviations from the Standard Model predictions are observed. $H^{\pm\pm}$ bosons are excluded at 95% confidence level up to 350 GeV and 230 GeV for the pair and associated production modes, respectively.

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Distribution of $E_{T}^{miss}$, which is one of the discriminating variables used to define the $2\ell^{sc}$ SRs. The events are selected with the preselection requirements listed in Table 4 in the paper. The data (dots) are compared with the expected contributions from the relevant background sources (histograms). The expected signal distributions for $m_{H^{\pm\pm}} = 300~GeV$ are also shown, scaled to the observed number of events. The last bin includes overflows.

Distribution of $\Delta R_{\ell^{\pm}\ell^{\pm}}$, which is one of the discriminating variables used to define the $2\ell^{sc}$ SRs. The events are selected with the preselection requirements listed in Table 4 in the paper. The data (dots) are compared with the expected contributions from the relevant background sources (histograms). The expected signal distributions for $m_{H^{\pm\pm}} = 300~GeV$ are also shown, scaled to the observed number of events. The last bin includes overflows.

Distribution of $M_{jets}$, which is one of the discriminating variables used to define the $2\ell^{sc}$ SRs. The events are selected with the preselection requirements listed in Table 4 in the paper. The data (dots) are compared with the expected contributions from the relevant background sources (histograms). The expected signal distributions for $m_{H^{\pm\pm}} = 300~GeV$ are also shown, scaled to the observed number of events. The last bin includes overflows.

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Search for squarks and gluinos in final states with one isolated lepton, jets, and missing transverse momentum at $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Brad ; Abbott, Dale Charles ; et al.
CERN-EP-2020-228, 2021.
Inspire Record 1839446 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.97041

The results of a search for gluino and squark pair production with the pairs decaying via the lightest charginos into a final state consisting of two $W$ bosons, the lightest neutralinos ($\tilde\chi^0_1$), and quarks, are presented. The signal is characterised by the presence of a single charged lepton ($e^{\pm}$ or $\mu^{\pm}$) from a $W$ boson decay, jets, and missing transverse momentum. The analysis is performed using 139 fb$^{-1}$ of proton-proton collision data taken at a centre-of-mass energy $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV delivered by the Large Hadron Collider and recorded by the ATLAS experiment. No statistically significant excess of events above the Standard Model expectation is found. Limits are set on the direct production of squarks and gluinos in simplified models. Masses of gluino (squark) up to 2.2 TeV (1.4 TeV) are excluded at 95% confidence level for a light $\tilde\chi^0_1$.

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Post-fit $m_{T}$ distribution in the SR 2J b-veto N-1 region. N-1 refers to all cuts except for the requirement on $m_T$ being applied. Uncertainties include statistical and systematic uncertainties. The value 9999 is used as a placeholder for infinity.

Post-fit $m_{T}$ distribution in the SR 2J b-tag N-1 region. N-1 refers to all cuts except for the requirement on $m_T$ being applied. Uncertainties include statistical and systematic uncertainties. The value 9999 is used as a placeholder for infinity.

Post-fit $m_{T}$ distribution in the SR 4J b-veto N-1 region. N-1 refers to all cuts except for the requirement on $m_T$ being applied. Uncertainties include statistical and systematic uncertainties. The value 9999 is used as a placeholder for infinity.

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Measurement of the Z boson differential production cross section using its invisible decay mode (Z$\nu\bar{\nu}$) in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}=$ 13 TeV

The CMS collaboration Sirunyan, Albert M ; Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; et al.
CMS-SMP-18-003, 2020.
Inspire Record 1837084 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.96028

Measurements of the total and differential fiducial cross sections for the Z boson decaying into two neutrinos are presented at the LHC in proton-proton collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV. The data were collected by the CMS detector in 2016 and correspond to an integrated luminosity of 35.9 fb$^{-1}$. In these measurements, events are selected containing an imbalance in transverse momentum and one or more energetic jets. The fiducial differential cross section is measured as a function of the Z boson transverse momentum. The results are combined with a previous measurement of charged-lepton decays of the Z boson.

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The measured and predicted inclusive fiducial cross sections in fb. The experimental measurement includes both statistical and systematics uncertainties. The theoretical prediction includes both the QCD scale and PDF uncertainties.

Experimental uncertainties affecting transfer factors in the analysis that is used to estimate the W background in the signal region (SR). The number of W boson events are denoted as $W_{SR}$ for the SR and in analogy as $W_{\mu\nu}$ ($W_{e\nu}$) for the single-muon (single-electron) control region (CR).

Uncertainties assigned to the simulation based processes in SR and CRs.

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Search for trilepton resonances from chargino and neutralino pair production in $\sqrt{s}$ = 13 TeV $pp$ collisions with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Brad ; Abbott, Dale Charles ; et al.
CERN-EP-2020-201, 2020.
Inspire Record 1831992 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.99806

A search is performed for the electroweak pair production of charginos and associated production of a chargino and neutralino, each of which decays through an $R$-parity-violating coupling into a lepton and a $W$, $Z$, or Higgs boson. The trilepton invariant-mass spectrum is constructed from events with three or more leptons, targeting chargino decays that include an electron or muon and a leptonically decaying $Z$ boson. The analyzed dataset corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 139 fb$^{-1}$ of proton-proton collision data produced by the Large Hadron Collider at a center-of-mass energy of $\sqrt{s}$ = 13 TeV and collected by the ATLAS experiment between 2015 and 2018. The data are found to be consistent with predictions from the Standard Model. The results are interpreted as limits at 95% confidence level on model-independent cross sections for processes beyond the Standard Model. Limits are also set on the production of charginos and neutralinos for a Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model with an approximate $B$-$L$ symmetry. Charginos and neutralinos with masses between 100 GeV and 1100 GeV are excluded depending on the assumed decay branching fractions into a lepton (electron, muon, or $\tau$-lepton) plus a boson ($W$, $Z$, or Higgs).

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This is the HEPData space for the trilepton resonance wino search, the full resolution figures can be found here https://atlas.web.cern.ch/Atlas/GROUPS/PHYSICS/PAPERS/SUSY-2018-36/. The full statistical likelihoods have been provided for this analysis. They can be downloaded by clicking on the purple 'Resources' buttun above where they can then be found in the 'Common Resources' area. A detailed README for how to use the likelihoods is also included in this download. <b>Exclusion contours:</b> <ul display="inline-block"> <li><a href="?table=Obs.%20data%20vs%20SM%20bkg.%20exp.%20in%20CRs%20and%20VRs">Obs. data vs SM bkg. exp. in CRs and VRs</a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0%20">$\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0 </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Up%20">$\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Up </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Down%20">$\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Down </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0%20">$\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0 </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Up%20">$\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Up </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Down%20">$\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Down </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0%20">$\ell=e$, Obs_0 </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Up%20">$\ell=e$, Obs_0_Up </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Down%20">$\ell=e$, Obs_0_Down </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0%20">$\ell=e$, Exp_0 </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Up%20">$\ell=e$, Exp_0_Up </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Down%20">$\ell=e$, Exp_0_Down </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0%20">$\ell=\mu$, Obs_0 </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Up%20">$\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Up </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Down%20">$\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Down </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0%20">$\ell=\mu$, Exp_0 </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Up%20">$\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Up </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Down%20">$\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Down </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0%20">$\ell=\tau$, Obs_0 </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0_Up%20">$\ell=\tau$, Obs_0_Up </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0_Down%20">$\ell=\tau$, Obs_0_Down </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0%20">$\ell=\tau$, Exp_0 </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0_Up%20">$\ell=\tau$, Exp_0_Up </a> <li><a href="?table=$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0_Down%20">$\ell=\tau$, Exp_0_Down </a> </ul> <b>Triangle Exclusion contours:</b> <ul display="inline-block"> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=(e,%20\mu,%20\tau)$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=(e, \mu, \tau)$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=e$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=e$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=e$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20600%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 600 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20700%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 700 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20800%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 800 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20900%20GeV,%20$\ell=\mu$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 900 GeV, $\ell=\mu$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20200%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 200 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20200%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 200 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20200%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 200 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20200%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 200 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20200%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 200 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20200%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 200 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20200%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 200 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20200%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 200 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20300%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 300 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20300%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 300 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20300%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 300 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20300%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 300 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20300%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 300 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20300%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 300 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20300%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 300 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20300%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 300 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20400%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 400 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20400%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0_Up">Triangle, 400 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20400%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0_Down">Triangle, 400 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20400%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0">Triangle, 400 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20400%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0_Up">Triangle, 400 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp_0_Up</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20400%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp_0_Down">Triangle, 400 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp_0_Down</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20400%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs%20Lim">Triangle, 400 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20400%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Exp%20Lim">Triangle, 400 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Exp Lim</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20500%20GeV,%20$\ell=\tau$,%20Obs_0">Triangle, 500 GeV, $\ell=\tau$, Obs_0</a> <li><a href="?table=Triangle,%20500%20Ge