Two-particle correlations on transverse rapidity in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt {s_{NN}}=200$ GeV at STAR

The STAR collaboration Abdallah, Mohamed ; Aboona, Bassam ; Adam, Jaroslav ; et al.
Phys.Rev.C 106 (2022) 044906, 2022.
Inspire Record 2071694 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.129290

Two-particle correlation measurements projected onto two-dimensional, transverse rapidity coordinates ($y_{T1},y_{T2}$), allow access to dynamical properties of the QCD medium produced in relativistic heavy-ion collisions that angular correlation measurements are not sensitive to. We report non-identified charged-particle correlations for Au + Au minimum-bias collisions at $\sqrt{s_{\rm NN}}$ = 200 GeV taken by the STAR experiment at the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collider (RHIC). Correlations are presented as 2D functions of transverse rapidity for like-sign, unlike-sign and all charged-particle pairs, as well as for particle pairs whose relative azimuthal angles lie on the near-side, the away-side, or at all relative azimuth. The correlations are constructed using charged particles with transverse momentum $p_T \geq 0.15$ GeV/$c$, pseudorapidity from $-$1 to 1, and azimuthal angles from $-\pi$ to $\pi$. The significant correlation structures that are observed evolve smoothly with collision centrality. The major correlation features include a saddle shape plus a broad peak with maximum near $y_T \approx 3$, corresponding to $p_T \approx$ 1.5 GeV/$c$. The broad peak is observed in both like- and unlike-sign charge combinations and in near- and away-side relative azimuthal angles. The all-charge, all-azimuth correlation measurements are compared with the theoretical predictions of {\sc hijing} and {\sc epos}. The results indicate that the correlations for peripheral to mid-central collisions can be approximately described as a superposition of nucleon + nucleon collisions with minimal effects from the QCD medium. Strong medium effects are indicated in mid- to most-central collisions.

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Two-dimensional correlations of charged-hadrons, all-CI, projected onto (y_t1, y_t2), in centrality bin 84-93%.

Two-dimensional correlations of charged-hadrons, all-CI, projected onto (y_t1, y_t2), in centrality bin 74-84%.

Two-dimensional correlations of charged-hadrons, all-CI, projected onto (y_t1, y_t2), in centrality bin 64-74%.

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Observation of Global Spin Alignment of $\phi$ and $K^{*0}$ Vector Mesons in Nuclear Collisions

The STAR collaboration Abdallah, M.S. ; Aboona, B.E. ; Adam, J. ; et al.
Nature (2023), 2023.
Inspire Record 2063245 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.129067

Notwithstanding decades of progress since Yukawa first developed a description of the force between nucleons in terms of meson exchange, a full understanding of the strong interaction remains a major challenge in modern science. One remaining difficulty arises from the non-perturbative nature of the strong force, which leads to the phenomenon of quark confinement at distances on the order of the size of the proton. Here we show that in relativistic heavy-ion collisions, where quarks and gluons are set free over an extended volume, two species of produced vector (spin-1) mesons, namely $\phi$ and $K^{*0}$, emerge with a surprising pattern of global spin alignment. In particular, the global spin alignment for $\phi$ is unexpectedly large, while that for $K^{*0}$ is consistent with zero. The observed spin-alignment pattern and magnitude for the $\phi$ cannot be explained by conventional mechanisms, while a model with a connection to strong force fields, i.e. an effective proxy description within the Standard Model and Quantum Chromodynamics, accommodates the current data. This connection, if fully established, will open a potential new avenue for studying the behaviour of strong force fields.

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Global spin alignment of $\phi$ and $K^{*0}$ vector mesons in heavy-ion collisions. The measured matrix element $\rho_{00}$ as a function of beam energy for the $\phi$ and $K^{*0}$ vector mesons within the indicated windows of centrality, transverse momentum ($p_T$) and rapidity ($y$). The open symbols indicate ALICE results for Pb+Pb collisions at 2.76 TeV at $p_{T}$ values of 2.0 and 1.4 GeV/c for the $\phi$ and $K^{*0}$ mesons, respectively, corresponding to the $p_{T}$ bin nearest to the mean $p_{T}$ for the 1.0 – 5.0 GeV/$c$ range assumed for each meson in the present analysis. The red solid curve is a fit to data in the range of $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 19.6$ to 200 GeV, based on a theoretical calculation with a $\phi$-meson field. Parameter sensitivity of $\rho_{00}$ to the $\phi$-meson field is shown in Ref.5. The red dashed line is an extension of the solid curve with the fitted parameter $G_s^{(y)}$. The black dashed line represents $\rho_{00}=1/3.$

Global spin alignment of $\phi$ and $K^{*0}$ vector mesons in heavy-ion collisions. The measured matrix element $\rho_{00}$ as a function of beam energy for the $\phi$ and $K^{*0}$ vector mesons within the indicated windows of centrality, transverse momentum ($p_T$) and rapidity ($y$). The open symbols indicate ALICE results for Pb+Pb collisions at 2.76 TeV at $p_{T}$ values of 2.0 and 1.4 GeV/c for the $\phi$ and $K^{*0}$ mesons, respectively, corresponding to the $p_{T}$ bin nearest to the mean $p_{T}$ for the 1.0 – 5.0 GeV/$c$ range assumed for each meson in the present analysis. The red solid curve is a fit to data in the range of $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 19.6$ to 200 GeV, based on a theoretical calculation with a $\phi$-meson field. Parameter sensitivity of $\rho_{00}$ to the $\phi$-meson field is shown in Ref.5. The red dashed line is an extension of the solid curve with the fitted parameter $G_s^{(y)}$. The black dashed line represents $\rho_{00}=1/3.$

Example of combinatorial background subtracted invariant mass distributions and the extracted yields as a function of $\cos \theta^*$ for $\phi$ and $K^{*0}$ mesons. \textbf{a)} example of $\phi \rightarrow K^+ + K^-$ invariant mass distributions, with combinatorial background subtracted, integrated over $\cos \theta^*$; \textbf{b)} example of $K^{*0} (\overline{K^{*0}}) \rightarrow K^{-} \pi^{+} (K^{+} \pi^{-})$ invariant mass distributions, with combinatorial background subtracted, integrated over $\cos \theta^*$; \textbf{c)} extracted yields of $\phi$ as a function of $\cos \theta^*$; \textbf{d)} extracted yields of $K^{*0}$ as a function of $\cos \theta^*$.

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Tomography of Ultra-relativistic Nuclei with Polarized Photon-gluon Collisions

The STAR collaboration Abdallah, Mohamed ; Aboona, Bassam ; Adam, Jaroslav ; et al.
Sci.Adv. 9 (2023) eabq3903, 2023.
Inspire Record 2062296 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.132921

A linearly polarized photon can be quantized from the Lorentz-boosted electromagnetic field of a nucleus traveling at ultra-relativistic speed. When two relativistic heavy nuclei pass one another at a distance of a few nuclear radii, the photon from one nucleus may interact through a virtual quark-antiquark pair with gluons from the other nucleus forming a short-lived vector meson (e.g. ${\rho^0}$). In this experiment, the polarization was utilized in diffractive photoproduction to observe a unique spin interference pattern in the angular distribution of ${\rho^0\rightarrow\pi^+\pi^-}$ decays. The observed interference is a result of an overlap of two wave functions at a distance an order of magnitude larger than the ${\rho^0}$ travel distance within its lifetime. The strong-interaction nuclear radii were extracted from these diffractive interactions, and found to be $6.53\pm 0.06$ fm ($^{197} {\rm Au }$) and $7.29\pm 0.08$ fm ($^{238} {\rm U}$), larger than the nuclear charge radii. The observable is demonstrated to be sensitive to the nuclear geometry and quantum interference of non-identical particles.

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The invariant mass distribution of pi+pi- pairs collected from Au+Au and U+U collisions.

Two-dimensional $\rho^0$ momentum distribution from Au+Au collisions.

Two-dimensional $\rho^0$ momentum distribution from Au+Au collisions.

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Centrality and transverse momentum dependence of higher-order flow harmonics of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 200 GeV

The STAR collaboration Abdallah, Mohamed ; Aboona, Bassam ; Adam, Jaroslav ; et al.
Phys.Rev.C 105 (2022) 064911, 2022.
Inspire Record 2051708 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.128148

We present high-precision measurements of elliptic, triangular, and quadrangular flow $v_{2}$, $v_{3}$, and $v_{4}$, respectively, at midrapidity ($|\eta|<1.0$) for identified hadrons $\pi$, $p$, $K$, $\varphi$, $K_s$, $\Lambda$ as a function of centrality and transverse momentum in Au+Au collisions at the center-of-mass energy $\sqrt{s_{\rm NN}}=$ 200 GeV. We observe similar $v_{n}$ trends between light and strange mesons which indicates that the heavier strange quarks flow as strongly as the lighter up and down quarks. The number-of-constituent-quark scaling for $v_{2}$, $v_{3}$, and $v_{4}$ is found to hold within statistical uncertainty for 0-10$\%$, 10-40$\%$ and 40-80$\%$ collision centrality intervals. The results are compared to several viscous hydrodynamic calculations with varying initial conditions, and could serve as an additional constraint to the development of hydrodynamic models.

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The transverse momentum dependence of elliptic, triangular and quadrangular flow of particles, antiparticles and their difference for 0-80 central Au+Au collisions.

The transverse momentum dependence of elliptic, triangular and quadrangular flow of particles, antiparticles and their difference for 0-80 central Au+Au collisions.

The transverse momentum dependence of elliptic, triangular and quadrangular flow of particles, antiparticles and their difference for 0-80 central Au+Au collisions.

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Study of $B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^+$ and $B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^{*+}$ decays in $pp$ collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 13$ TeV with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, Dale ; et al.
JHEP 08 (2022) 087, 2022.
Inspire Record 2044968 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.126990

A study of $B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^+$ and $B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^{*+}$ decays using 139 fb$^{-1}$ of integrated luminosity collected with the ATLAS detector from $\sqrt{s} = 13$ TeV $pp$ collisions at the LHC is presented. The ratios of the branching fractions of the two decays to the branching fraction of the $B_c^+\to J/\psi \pi^+$ decay are measured: $\mathcal B(B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^+)/\mathcal B(B_c^+\to J/\psi \pi^+) = 2.76\pm 0.47$ and $\mathcal B(B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^{*+})/\mathcal B(B_c^+\to J/\psi \pi^+) = 5.33\pm 0.96$. The ratio of the branching fractions of the two decays is found to be $\mathcal B(B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^{*+})/\mathcal B(B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^+) = 1.93\pm0.26$. For the $B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^{*+}$ decay, the transverse polarization fraction, $\Gamma_{\pm\pm}/\Gamma$, is measured to be $0.70\pm0.11$. The reported uncertainties include both the statistical and systematic components added in quadrature. The precision of the measurements exceeds that in all previous studies of these decays. These results supersede those obtained in the earlier ATLAS study of the same decays with $\sqrt{s} = 7$ and 8 TeV $pp$ collision data. A comparison with available theoretical predictions for the measured quantities is presented.

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Measured values of $R_{D_s^+/\pi^+}$, $R_{D_s^{*+}/\pi^+}$, $R_{D_s^{*+}/D_s^+}$ ratios of branching fractions, fraction of transverse polarization $\Gamma_{\pm\pm}/\Gamma$ with their statistical uncertainties and full breakdown of systematic uncertainties. Predictions of various theory calculations are also shown with their uncertainties where available, as well as the estimates based on similar decays of light $B$ mesons.

Parameters of the $B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^+$ and $B_c^+\to J/\psi D_s^{*+}$ signals obtained with the unbinned extended maximum-likelihood fit to the data. Only the statistical uncertainties are included. No acceptance or efficiency corrections are applied to the signal yields.

Parameters of the $B_c^+\to J/\psi \pi^+$ signal obtained with the unbinned extended maximum-likelihood fit. Only the statistical uncertainties are included. No efficiency correction is applied to the signal yield.

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Search for neutral long-lived particles in $pp$ collisions at $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV that decay into displaced hadronic jets in the ATLAS calorimeter

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, Dale ; et al.
JHEP 06 (2022) 005, 2022.
Inspire Record 2043503 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.115578

A search for decays of pair-produced neutral long-lived particles (LLPs) is presented using 139 fb$^{-1}$ of proton-proton collision data collected by the ATLAS detector at the LHC in 2015-2018 at a centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV. Dedicated techniques were developed for the reconstruction of displaced jets produced by LLPs decaying hadronically in the ATLAS hadronic calorimeter. Two search regions are defined for different LLP kinematic regimes. The observed numbers of events are consistent with the expected background, and limits for several benchmark signals are determined. For a SM Higgs boson with a mass of 125 GeV, branching ratios above 10% are excluded at 95% confidence level for values of $c$ times LLP mean proper lifetime in the range between 20 mm and 10 m depending on the model. Upper limits are also set on the cross-section times branching ratio for scalars with a mass of 60 GeV and for masses between 200 GeV and 1 TeV.

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CalRatio triggers which were available during the LHC Run 2 data-taking, and corresponding integrated luminosity collected in each period. The high-E<sub>T</sub> CalRatio trigger with E<sub>T</sub> > 60 GeV was disabled in 2017 for instantaneous luminosities higher than 1.4 &times; 10<sup>34</sup> cm<sup>-2</sup> s<sup>-1</sup>. Two versions of the low-E<sub>T</sub> CalRatio trigger were used, with slight differences in their algorithms. The details are reported in Section 4.

Trigger efficiency for simulated signal events as a function of the LLP p<sub>T</sub> for one of the low-E<sub>T</sub> signal samples for HLT CalRatio triggers seeded by the high-E<sub>T</sub> L1 triggers with E<sub>T</sub> thresholds of 60 GeV and 100 GeV and by the two versions of the low-E<sub>T</sub> L1 triggers. Only statistical uncertainties are shown.

Trigger efficiency for simulated signal events as a function of the LLP p<sub>T</sub> for one of the high-E<sub>T</sub> signal samples for HLT CalRatio triggers seeded by the high-E<sub>T</sub> L1 triggers with E<sub>T</sub> thresholds of 60 GeV and 100 GeV and by the two versions of the low-E<sub>T</sub> L1 triggers. Only statistical uncertainties are shown.

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Search for events with a pair of displaced vertices from long-lived neutral particles decaying into hadronic jets in the ATLAS muon spectrometer in pp collisions at $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, Dale ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 106 (2022) 032005, 2022.
Inspire Record 2040545 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.127764

A search for events with two displaced vertices from long-lived particles (LLP) pairs using data collected by the ATLAS detector at the LHC is presented. This analysis uses 139~fb$^{-1}$ of proton-proton collision data at $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV recorded in 2015-2018. The search employs techniques for reconstructing vertices of LLPs decaying to jets in the muon spectrometer displaced between 3 m and 14 m with respect to the primary interaction vertex. The observed numbers of events are consistent with the expected background and limits for several benchmark signals are determined. For the Higgs boson with a mass of 125 GeV, the paper reports the first exclusion limits for branching fractions into neutral long-lived particles below 0.1%, while branching fractions above 10% are excluded at 95% confidence level for LLP proper lifetimes ranging from 4 cm to 72.4 m. In addition, the paper present the first results for the decay of LLPs into into $t\bar{t}$ in the ATLAS muon spectrometer.

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Efficiency for the Muon RoI Cluster trigger as a function of the decay position of the LLP for some scalar portal samples in the MS barrel for events passing the data quality requirements and having a reconstructed primary vertex. These efficiency distributions are based solely on MC simulation, without any corrections applied for mismodeling. The vertical lines show the relevant detector boundaries, where “HCal end” is the outer limit of the hadronic calorimeter, “RPC 1/2” represent the first/second stations of RPC chambers, “TGC 1” represents the first stations of TGC chambers and “L/S” indicate whether they are in the Large or Small sectors.

Efficiency for the Muon RoI Cluster trigger as a function of the decay position of the LLP for some scalar portal samples in the MS endcaps for events passing the data quality requirements and having a reconstructed primary vertex. These efficiency distributions are based solely on MC simulation, without any corrections applied for mismodeling. The vertical lines show the relevant detector boundaries, where “HCal end” is the outer limit of the hadronic calorimeter, “RPC 1/2” represent the first/second stations of RPC chambers, “TGC 1” represents the first stations of TGC chambers and “L/S” indicate whether they are in the Large or Small sectors.

Efficiency to reconstruct an MS DV in the MS barrel fiducial volume as a function of the transverse decay position of the LLP for scalar portal samples with $m_\varPhi=125$~\GeV\ for vertices that pass the baseline event selection and satisfy the vertex isolation criteria. The efficiency distributions are corrected for mismodeling. The vertical lines show the relevant detector boundaries, where ``HCal end'' is the outer limit of the hadronic calorimeter, ``MDT 1/2'' represent the first/second stations of MDT chambers and ``L/S'' indicate whether they are in Large or Small sectors.

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Search for new particles in an extended Higgs sector with four b quarks in the final state at $\sqrt{s}$ = 13 TeV

The CMS collaboration Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; Andrejkovic, Janik Walter ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 835 (2022) 137566, 2022.
Inspire Record 2040549 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.127245

A search for an extended Higgs sector, characterized by a massive resonance X decaying to a pair of spin-0 bosons $\phi$ that themselves decay to pairs of bottom quarks, is presented. The analysis is restricted to the mass ranges $m_\phi$ from 25 to 100 GeV and $m_\mathrm{X}$ from 1 to 3 TeV. For these mass ranges, the decay products of each $\phi$ boson are expected to merge into a single large-radius jet. Jet substructure and flavor identification techniques are used to identify these jets. The search is based on CERN LHC proton-proton collision data at $\sqrt{s} =$ 13 TeV, collected with the CMS detector in 2016-2018, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 138 fb$^{-1}$. Model-specific limits are set on the product of the production cross section and branching fraction for X $\to$$\phi\phi$$\to$$(\mathrm{b\bar{b}})(\mathrm{b\bar{b}})$ as a function of mass, where both the X $\to$$\phi\phi$ and $\phi$$\to$$\mathrm{b\bar{b}}$ branching fractions are assumed to be 100%. These limits are the first of their kind on this process, ranging between 30 and 1 fb at 95% confidence level for the considered mass ranges.

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The observed 95% CL upper limits on the product of the cross section, and branching fraction for the production of X$\to\phi\phi\to$4b, with $m_\phi$ = 25 GeV. The corresponding expected limits and their variations at the 1 and 2 standard deviation levels are also shown. Limits are compared to various extended higgs sector model cross sections as a function of the parameter $m_XN/f$.

The observed 95% CL upper limits on the product of the cross section, and branching fraction for the production of X$\to\phi\phi\to$4b, with $m_\phi$ = 30 GeV. The corresponding expected limits and their variations at the 1 and 2 standard deviation levels are also shown. Limits are compared to various extended higgs sector model cross sections as a function of the parameter $m_XN/f$.

The observed 95% CL upper limits on the product of the cross section, and branching fraction for the production of X$\to\phi\phi\to$4b, with $m_\phi$ = 35 GeV. The corresponding expected limits and their variations at the 1 and 2 standard deviation levels are also shown. Limits are compared to various extended higgs sector model cross sections as a function of the parameter $m_XN/f$.

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Search for a W' boson decaying to a vector-like quark and a top or bottom quark in the all-jets final state at $\sqrt{s}$ = 13 TeV

The CMS collaboration Tumasyan, Armen ; Adam, Wolfgang ; Andrejkovic, Janik Walter ; et al.
JHEP 09 (2022) 088, 2022.
Inspire Record 2039384 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.127138

A search is presented for a heavy W' boson resonance decaying to a B or T vector-like quark and a t or a b quark, respectively. The analysis is performed using proton-proton collisions collected with the CMS detector at the LHC. The data correspond to an integrated luminosity of 138 fb$^{-1}$ at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV. Both decay channels result in a signature with a t quark, a Higgs or Z boson, and a b quark, each produced with a significant Lorentz boost. The all-hadronic decays of the Higgs or Z boson and of the t quark are selected using jet substructure techniques to reduce standard model backgrounds, resulting in a distinct three-jet W' boson decay signature. No significant deviation in data with respect to the standard model background prediction is observed. Upper limits are set at 95% confidence level on the product of the W' boson cross section and the final state branching fraction. A W' boson with a mass below 3.1 TeV is excluded, given the benchmark model assumption of democratic branching fractions. In addition, limits are set based on generalizations of these assumptions. These are the most sensitive limits to date for this final state.

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Reconstructed W′ boson mass distributions in the tHb signal region.

Reconstructed W′ boson mass distributions in the tZb signal region.

The W' boson 95% CL limits on the product of cross section and branching fraction. The expected and observed limits are shown for the center VLQ mass range.

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Measurements of differential cross-sections in top-quark pair events with a high transverse momentum top quark and limits on beyond the Standard Model contributions to top-quark pair production with the ATLAS detector at $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, Dale ; et al.
JHEP 06 (2022) 063, 2022.
Inspire Record 2037744 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.134011

Cross-section measurements of top-quark pair production where the hadronically decaying top quark has transverse momentum greater than $355$ GeV and the other top quark decays into $\ell \nu b$ are presented using 139 fb$^{-1}$ of data collected by the ATLAS experiment during proton-proton collisions at the LHC. The fiducial cross-section at $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV is measured to be $\sigma = 1.267 \pm 0.005 \pm 0.053$ pb, where the uncertainties reflect the limited number of data events and the systematic uncertainties, giving a total uncertainty of $4.2\%$. The cross-section is measured differentially as a function of variables characterising the $t\bar{t}$ system and additional radiation in the events. The results are compared with various Monte Carlo generators, including comparisons where the generators are reweighted to match a parton-level calculation at next-to-next-to-leading order. The reweighting improves the agreement between data and theory. The measured distribution of the top-quark transverse momentum is used to set limits on the Wilson coefficients of the dimension-six operators $O_{tG}$ and $O_{tq}^{(8)}$ in the effective field theory framework.

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- - - - - - - - Overview of HEPData Record - - - - - - - - <br/><br/> <b>Fiducial phase space definitions:</b><br/> <ul> <li> NLEP = 1, either E or MU, PT &gt; 27 GeV, ABS ETA &lt; 2.5 <li> NJETS &gt;= 2, R = 0.4, PT &gt; 26 GeV, ABS ETA &lt; 2.5 <li> NBJETS &gt;= 2 <li> NJETS &gt;= 1, R=1, PT &gt; 355 GeV, ABS ETA &lt; 2.0, top-tagged </ul><br/> <u>1D:</u><br/> Spectra:<br/> <ul><br/> <li>DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 1">Table 1</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 3">Table 3</a> ) <li>DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 4">Table 4</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 6">Table 6</a> ) <li>DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 7">Table 7</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 9">Table 9</a> ) <li>DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 10">Table 10</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 12">Table 12</a> ) <li>DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 13">Table 13</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 15">Table 15</a> ) <li>DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 16">Table 16</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 18">Table 18</a> ) <li>DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 19">Table 19</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 21">Table 21</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 22">Table 22</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 24">Table 24</a> ) <li>DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 25">Table 25</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 27">Table 27</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 28">Table 28</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 30">Table 30</a> ) <li>DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 31">Table 31</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 33">Table 33</a> ) <li>DSIG/DNJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 34">Table 34</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DNJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 36">Table 36</a> ) <li>DSIG/DPT_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 37">Table 37</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DPT_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 39">Table 39</a> ) <li>DSIG/DM_J1_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 40">Table 40</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DM_J1_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 42">Table 42</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 43">Table 43</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 45">Table 45</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 46">Table 46</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 48">Table 48</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 49">Table 49</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 51">Table 51</a> ) <li>DSIG/DPT_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 52">Table 52</a> ) <li>1/SIG*DSIG/DPT_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 54">Table 54</a> ) </ul><br/> Statistical covariance matrices: <ul> <li>DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 2">Table 2</a> ) <li>DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 5">Table 5</a> ) <li>DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 8">Table 8</a> ) <li>DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 11">Table 11</a> ) <li>DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 14">Table 14</a> ) <li>DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 17">Table 17</a> ) <li>DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 20">Table 20</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 23">Table 23</a> ) <li>DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 26">Table 26</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 29">Table 29</a> ) <li>DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 32">Table 32</a> ) <li>DSIG/DNJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 35">Table 35</a> ) <li>DSIG/DPT_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 38">Table 38</a> ) <li>DSIG/DM_J1_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 41">Table 41</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 44">Table 44</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 47">Table 47</a> ) <li>DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 50">Table 50</a> ) <li>DSIG/DPT_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 53">Table 53</a> ) </ul><br/> Inter-spectra statistical covariance matrices: <ul> <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_TLEP and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 103">Table 103</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 104">Table 104</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 105">Table 105</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 106">Table 106</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 107">Table 107</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 108">Table 108</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 109">Table 109</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 110">Table 110</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 111">Table 111</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 112">Table 112</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DY_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 113">Table 113</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DY_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 114">Table 114</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DY_TTBAR and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 115">Table 115</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DY_TTBAR and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 116">Table 116</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DY_TTBAR and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 117">Table 117</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 118">Table 118</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 119">Table 119</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT_TTBAR and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 120">Table 120</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT_TTBAR and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 121">Table 121</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT_TTBAR and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 122">Table 122</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT_TTBAR and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 123">Table 123</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 124">Table 124</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 125">Table 125</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 126">Table 126</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 127">Table 127</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 128">Table 128</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 129">Table 129</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 130">Table 130</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 131">Table 131</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 132">Table 132</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_TTBAR and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 133">Table 133</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_TTBAR and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 134">Table 134</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_TTBAR and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 135">Table 135</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_TTBAR and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 136">Table 136</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_TTBAR and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 137">Table 137</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_TTBAR and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 138">Table 138</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 139">Table 139</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 140">Table 140</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 141">Table 141</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 142">Table 142</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 143">Table 143</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 144">Table 144</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 145">Table 145</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 146">Table 146</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR and DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 147">Table 147</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 148">Table 148</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 149">Table 149</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 150">Table 150</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 151">Table 151</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 152">Table 152</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 153">Table 153</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 154">Table 154</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 155">Table 155</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 156">Table 156</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DHT and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 157">Table 157</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 158">Table 158</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 159">Table 159</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 160">Table 160</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 161">Table 161</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 162">Table 162</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 163">Table 163</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 164">Table 164</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 165">Table 165</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 166">Table 166</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 167">Table 167</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DNJETS and DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 168">Table 168</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 169">Table 169</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 170">Table 170</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 171">Table 171</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 172">Table 172</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 173">Table 173</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 174">Table 174</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 175">Table 175</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 176">Table 176</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 177">Table 177</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 178">Table 178</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 179">Table 179</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J1 and DSIG/DNJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 180">Table 180</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 181">Table 181</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 182">Table 182</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 183">Table 183</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 184">Table 184</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 185">Table 185</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 186">Table 186</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 187">Table 187</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 188">Table 188</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 189">Table 189</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 190">Table 190</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 191">Table 191</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DNJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 192">Table 192</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DM_J1_THAD and DSIG/DPT_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 193">Table 193</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 194">Table 194</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 195">Table 195</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 196">Table 196</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 197">Table 197</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 198">Table 198</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 199">Table 199</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 200">Table 200</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 201">Table 201</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 202">Table 202</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 203">Table 203</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 204">Table 204</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DNJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 205">Table 205</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DPT_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 206">Table 206</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 and DSIG/DM_J1_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 207">Table 207</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 208">Table 208</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 209">Table 209</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 210">Table 210</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 211">Table 211</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 212">Table 212</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 213">Table 213</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 214">Table 214</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 215">Table 215</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 216">Table 216</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 217">Table 217</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 218">Table 218</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DNJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 219">Table 219</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DPT_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 220">Table 220</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DM_J1_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 221">Table 221</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 222">Table 222</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 223">Table 223</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 224">Table 224</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 225">Table 225</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 226">Table 226</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 227">Table 227</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 228">Table 228</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 229">Table 229</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 230">Table 230</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 231">Table 231</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 232">Table 232</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 233">Table 233</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DNJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 234">Table 234</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DPT_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 235">Table 235</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DM_J1_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 236">Table 236</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 237">Table 237</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 238">Table 238</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DPT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 239">Table 239</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DPT_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 240">Table 240</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DM_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 241">Table 241</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DABS_Y_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 242">Table 242</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DABS_Y_TLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 243">Table 243</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DY_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 244">Table 244</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DHT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 245">Table 245</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_BLEP (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 246">Table 246</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DPT_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 247">Table 247</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_TTBAR (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 248">Table 248</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DHT (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 249">Table 249</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DNJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 250">Table 250</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DPT_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 251">Table 251</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DM_J1_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 252">Table 252</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 253">Table 253</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 254">Table 254</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance between DSIG/DPT_J2 and DSIG/DDPHIOPI_J1_J2 (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 255">Table 255</a> ) </ul><br/> <u>2D:</u><br/> Spectra: <ul> <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS (NJETS = 1) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 55">Table 55</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS (NJETS = 2) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 56">Table 56</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS (NJETS $\geq$ 3) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 57">Table 57</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS (NJETS = 1) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 58">Table 58</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS (NJETS = 2) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 59">Table 59</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS (NJETS $\geq$ 3) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 60">Table 60</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD ( 355.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 398.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 67">Table 67</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD ( 398.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 496.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 68">Table 68</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD ( 496.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 2000.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 69">Table 69</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD ( 355.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 398.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 70">Table 70</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD ( 398.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 496.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 71">Table 71</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD ( 496.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 2000.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 72">Table 72</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD ( 355.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 398.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 79">Table 79</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD ( 398.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 496.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 80">Table 80</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD ( 496.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 2000.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 81">Table 81</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD ( 355.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 398.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 82">Table 82</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD ( 398.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 496.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 83">Table 83</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD ( 496.0 GeV < PT_THAD < 2000.0 GeV) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 84">Table 84</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS (NJETS = 1) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 91">Table 91</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS (NJETS = 2) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 92">Table 92</a> ) <li>1/SIG*D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS (NJETS $\geq$ 3) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 93">Table 93</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS (NJETS = 1) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 94">Table 94</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS (NJETS = 2) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 95">Table 95</a> ) <li>D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS (NJETS $\geq$ 3) (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 96">Table 96</a> ) </ul><br/> Statistical covariance matrices: <ul> <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS between the 1st and 1st bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 61">Table 61</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS between the 2nd and 1st bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 62">Table 62</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS between the 2nd and 2nd bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 63">Table 63</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS between the 3rd and 1st bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 64">Table 64</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS between the 3rd and 2nd bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 65">Table 65</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DNJETS between the 3rd and 3rd bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 66">Table 66</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD between the 1st and 1st bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 73">Table 73</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD between the 2nd and 1st bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 74">Table 74</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD between the 2nd and 2nd bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 75">Table 75</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD between the 3rd and 1st bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 76">Table 76</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD between the 3rd and 2nd bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 77">Table 77</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DPT_J1/DPT_THAD between the 3rd and 3rd bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 78">Table 78</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD between the 1st and 1st bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 85">Table 85</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD between the 2nd and 1st bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 86">Table 86</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD between the 2nd and 2nd bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 87">Table 87</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD between the 3rd and 1st bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 88">Table 88</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD between the 3rd and 2nd bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 89">Table 89</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DPT_THAD between the 3rd and 3rd bins of PT_THAD (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 90">Table 90</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS between the 1st and 1st bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 97">Table 97</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS between the 2nd and 1st bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 98">Table 98</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS between the 2nd and 2nd bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 99">Table 99</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS between the 3rd and 1st bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 100">Table 100</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS between the 3rd and 2nd bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 101">Table 101</a> ) <li>Statistical covariance matrix for D2SIG/DDPHIOPI_THAD_J1/DNJETS between the 3rd and 3rd bins of NJETS (<a href="1651136742?version=1&table=Table 102">Table 102</a> ) </ul><br/>

Absolute differential cross-section as a function of $p_T^{t,h}$ at particle level in the boosted topology. The measured differential cross-section is compared with the prediction obtained with the Powheg+Pythia8 Monte Carlo generator.

Covariance matrix of the Absolute differential cross-section as function of $p_T^{t,h}$ at particle level in the boosted topology, accounting for the statistical uncertainties.