Measurement of $Z$ boson production cross-section in $pp$ collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 5.02$ TeV

The LHCb collaboration Aaij, Roel ; Abdelmotteleb, Ahmed Sameh Wagih ; Abellan Beteta, Carlos ; et al.
JHEP 02 (2024) 070, 2024.
Inspire Record 2690798 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.147274

The first measurement of the $Z$ boson production cross-section at centre-of-mass energy $\sqrt{s} = 5.02\,$TeV in the forward region is reported, using $pp$ collision data collected by the LHCb experiment in year 2017, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of $100 \pm 2\,\rm{pb^{-1}}$. The production cross-section is measured for final-state muons in the pseudorapidity range $2.0<\eta<4.5$ with transverse momentum $p_{\rm{T}}> 20\,\rm{GeV/}\it{c}$. The integrated cross-section is determined to be \[ \sigma_{Z \rightarrow \mu^{+}\mu^{-}} = 39.6 \pm 0.7\,(\rm{stat}) \pm 0.6\,(\rm{syst}) \pm 0.8\,(\rm{lumi}) \ \rm{pb} \] for the di-muon invariant mass in the range $60<M_{\mu\mu}<120\,\rm{GeV/}\it{c^{2}}$. This result and the differential cross-section results are in good agreement with theoretical predictions at next-to-next-to-leading order in the strong coupling. Based on a previous LHCb measurement of the $Z$ boson production cross-section in $p$Pb collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=5.02$ TeV, the nuclear modification factor $R_{p\rm{Pb}}$ is measured for the first time at this energy. The measured values are $1.2^{+0.5}_{-0.3}\,(\rm{stat}) \pm 0.1\,(\rm{syst})$ in the forward region ($1.53<y^*_{\mu}<4.03$) and $3.6^{+1.6}_{-0.9}\,(\rm{stat}) \pm 0.2\,(\rm{syst})$ in the backward region ($-4.97<y^*_{\mu}<-2.47$), where $y^*_{\mu}$ represents the muon rapidity in the centre-of-mass frame.

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Measured single differential cross-sections in bins of $y^{Z}$. The first uncertainty is statistical, the second systematic, and the third is from the uncertainty on the integrated luminosity.

Measured single differential cross-sections in bins of $p_{T}^{Z}$. The first uncertainty is statistical, the second systematic, and the third is due to the luminosity.

Measured single differential cross-sections in bins of $\phi_{\eta}^{*}$. The first uncertainty is statistical, the second systematic, and the third is due to the luminosity.

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Search for quantum black hole production in lepton+jet final states using proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}$ = 13 TeV with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, Dale ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 109 (2024) 032010, 2024.
Inspire Record 2682338 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.141896

A search for quantum black holes in electron+jet and muon+jet invariant mass spectra is performed with 140 fb$^{-1}$ of data collected by the ATLAS detector in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}$ = 13 TeV at the Large Hadron Collider. The observed invariant mass spectrum of lepton+jet pairs is consistent with Standard Model expectations. Upper limits are set at 95% confidence level on the production cross-sections times branching fractions for quantum black holes decaying into a lepton and a quark in a search region with invariant mass above 2.0 TeV. The resulting quantum black hole lower mass threshold limit is 9.2 TeV in the Arkani-Hamed-Dimopoulos-Dvali model, and 6.8 TeV in the Randall-Sundrum model.

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The 95% CL model-independent upper limits on $\sigma \times Br$ for the non-SM signal production with decay into the lepton+jet. The limits take into account statistical and systematic uncertainties. Circles along the solid red line indicate the lower border of the SR (threshold of SR, Th$_\mathrm{SR}$), above which the observed limit is computed. The expected limits are shown by the dashed line. The $\pm 1\sigma$ and $\pm 2\sigma$ bands of expected limits are shown in green and yellow, respectively. The limits are obtained with pseudo-experiments.

The combined 95% CL upper limits on $\sigma \times Br$ as a function of threshold mass, $M_\mathrm{th}$, for QBH production with decay into lepton+jet for ADD-model (extra dimensions n = 6). The limits take into account statistical and systematic uncertainties. Circles along the solid red line indicate the mass $M_\mathrm{th}$ of the signal where the observed limit is computed. The expected limits are shown by the dashed line. The $\pm 1\sigma$ and $\pm 2\sigma$ bands are shown in green and yellow, respectively. The theoretically predicted $\sigma \times Br$ for the QBH production and decay is shown as the solid blue curve with squares.

The combined 95% CL upper limits on $\sigma \times Br$ as a function of threshold mass, $M_\mathrm{th}$, for QBH production with decay into lepton+jet for RS1-model (extra dimensions n = 1). The limits take into account statistical and systematic uncertainties. Circles along the solid red line indicate the mass $M_\mathrm{th}$ of the signal where the observed limit is computed. The expected limits are shown by the dashed line. The $\pm 1\sigma$ and $\pm 2\sigma$ bands are shown in green and yellow, respectively. The theoretically predicted $\sigma \times Br$ for the QBH production and decay is shown as the solid blue curve with squares.


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Measurement of Spin-Density Matrix Elements in $\rho(770)$ Production with a Linearly Polarized Photon Beam at $E_\gamma = 8.2\,-\,8.8\,\text{GeV}$

The GlueX collaboration Adhikari, S. ; Afzal, F. ; Akondi, C.S. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.C 108 (2023) 055204, 2023.
Inspire Record 2660186 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.140672

The GlueX experiment at Jefferson Lab studies photoproduction of mesons using linearly polarized $8.5\,\text{GeV}$ photons impinging on a hydrogen target which is contained within a detector with near-complete coverage for charged and neutral particles. We present measurements of spin-density matrix elements for the photoproduction of the vector meson $\rho$(770). The statistical precision achieved exceeds that of previous experiments for polarized photoproduction in this energy range by orders of magnitude. We confirm a high degree of $s$-channel helicity conservation at small squared four-momentum transfer $t$ and are able to extract the $t$-dependence of natural and unnatural-parity exchange contributions to the production process in detail. We confirm the dominance of natural-parity exchange over the full $t$ range. We also find that helicity amplitudes in which the helicity of the incident photon and the photoproduced $\rho(770)$ differ by two units are negligible for $-t<0.5\,\text{GeV}^{2}/c^{2}$.

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Spin-density matrix elements for the photoproduction of $\rho(770)$ in the helicity system. The first uncertainty is statistical, the second systematic. The systematic uncertainties for the polarized SDMEs $\rho^1_{ij}$ and $\rho^2_{ij}$ contain an overall relative normalization uncertainty of 2.1% which is fully correlated for all values of $-t$.

Spin-density matrix elements for the photoproduction of $\rho(770)$ in the helicity system. The first uncertainty is statistical, the second systematic. The systematic uncertainties for the polarized SDMEs $\rho^1_{ij}$ and $\rho^2_{ij}$ contain an overall relative normalization uncertainty of 2.1% which is fully correlated for all values of $-t$.


Search for high-mass $W\gamma$ and $Z\gamma$ resonances using hadronic W/Z boson decays from 139 fb$^{-1}$ of $pp$ collisions at $\sqrt{s}=$ 13 TeV with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, Dale ; et al.
JHEP 07 (2023) 125, 2023.
Inspire Record 2653725 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.136027

A search for high-mass charged and neutral bosons decaying to $W\gamma$ and $Z\gamma$ final states is presented in this paper. The analysis uses a data sample of $\sqrt{s} = 13$ TeV proton-proton collisions with an integrated luminosity of 139 fb$^{-1}$ collected by the ATLAS detector during LHC Run 2 operation. The sensitivity of the search is determined using models of the production and decay of spin-1 charged bosons and spin-0/2 neutral bosons. The range of resonance masses explored extends from 1.0 TeV to 6.8 TeV. At these high resonance masses, it is beneficial to target the hadronic decays of the $W$ and $Z$ bosons because of their large branching fractions. The decay products of the high-momentum $W/Z$ bosons are strongly collimated and boosted-boson tagging techniques are employed to improve the sensitivity. No evidence of a signal above the Standard Model backgrounds is observed, and upper limits on the production cross-sections of these bosons times their branching fractions to $W\gamma$ and $Z\gamma$ are derived for various boson production models.

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The jet mass distribution of large-$R$ jets originating from the hadronic decay of $W$ and $Z$ bosons produced from the decay of BSM bosons with mass $m_X = 1000$ GeV. The decays simulated are for the production models $q\bar{q}' \to X^{\pm} \to W^{\pm}\gamma$ with a spin-1 resonance $X^{\pm}$ and $gg\to X^0 \to Z\gamma$ with a spin-0 resonance $X^{0}$.

The jet mass distribution of large-$R$ jets originating from the hadronic decay of $W$ and $Z$ bosons produced from the decay of BSM bosons with mass $m_X = 4000$ GeV. The decays simulated are for the production models $q\bar{q'}\to X^{\pm} \to W^{\pm}\gamma$ with a spin-1 resonance $X^{\pm}$ and $gg\to X^0 \to Z\gamma$ with a spin-0 resonance $X^{0}$.

Total efficiencies for the selection of signal events after categorization and application of the tighter photon $E_{\mathrm{T}}^{\gamma}$ selection used to optimize the signal significance spin-0 $gg\to X^0 \to Z\gamma$. In addition to the total efficiency, contributions to the signal selection from each of the separate event categories are shown. The efficiencies calculated from MC samples with $W/Z$ hadronic decays are shown as the points on each curve. The line presents interpolated results.

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Measurement of the J/$\psi $ photoproduction cross section over the full near-threshold kinematic region

The GlueX collaboration Adhikari, S. ; Afzal, F. ; Akondi, C.S. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.C 108 (2023) 025201, 2023.
Inspire Record 2649988 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.140802

We report the total and differential cross sections for $J/\psi$ photoproduction with the large acceptance GlueX spectrometer for photon beam energies from the threshold at 8.2~GeV up to 11.44~GeV and over the full kinematic range of momentum transfer squared, $t$. Such coverage facilitates the extrapolation of the differential cross sections to the forward ($t = 0$) point beyond the physical region. The forward cross section is used by many theoretical models and plays an important role in understanding $J/\psi$ photoproduction and its relation to the $J/\psi-$proton interaction. These measurements of $J/\psi$ photoproduction near threshold are also crucial inputs to theoretical models that are used to study important aspects of the gluon structure of the proton, such as the gluon Generalized Parton Distribution (GPD) of the proton, the mass radius of the proton, and the trace anomaly contribution to the proton mass. We observe possible structures in the total cross section energy dependence and find evidence for contributions beyond gluon exchange in the differential cross section close to threshold, both of which are consistent with contributions from open-charm intermediate states.

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$\gamma p \rightarrow J/\psi p$ total cross sections in bins of beam energy. The first uncertainties are statistical, and the second are systematic. There is an additional fully correlated systematic uncertainty of 19.5% on the total cross section, not included here.

$\gamma p \rightarrow J/\psi p$ differential cross sections 8.2–9.28 GeV beam energy range, average $t$ and beam energy in bins of $t$. The first cross section uncertainties are statistical, and the second are systematic. The overall average beam energy is 8.93 GeV. There is an additional fully correlated systematic uncertainty of 19.5% on the total cross section, not included here.

$\gamma p \rightarrow J/\psi p$ differential cross sections 9.28–10.36 GeV beam energy range, average $t$ and beam energy in bins of $t$. The first cross section uncertainties are statistical, and the second are systematic. The overall average beam energy is 9.86 GeV. There is an additional fully correlated systematic uncertainty of 19.5% on the total cross section, not included here.

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Search for a light charged Higgs boson in $t \rightarrow H^{\pm}b$ decays, with $H^{\pm} \rightarrow cb$, in the lepton+jets final state in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, D.C. ; et al.
JHEP 09 (2023) 004, 2023.
Inspire Record 2635801 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.135457

A search for a charged Higgs boson, $H^{\pm}$, produced in top-quark decays, $t \rightarrow H^{\pm}b$, is presented. The search targets $H^{\pm}$ decays into a bottom and a charm quark, $H^{\pm} \rightarrow cb$. The analysis focuses on a selection enriched in top-quark pair production, where one top quark decays into a leptonically decaying $W$ boson and a bottom quark, and the other top quark decays into a charged Higgs boson and a bottom quark. This topology leads to a lepton-plus-jets final state, characterised by an isolated electron or muon and at least four jets. The search exploits the high multiplicity of jets containing $b$-hadrons, and deploys a neural network classifier that uses the kinematic differences between the signal and the background. The search uses a dataset of proton-proton collisions collected at a centre-of-mass energy $\sqrt{s}=13$ TeV between 2015 and 2018 with the ATLAS detector at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, amounting to an integrated luminosity of 139 fb$^{-1}$. Observed (expected) 95% confidence-level upper limits between 0.15% (0.09%) and 0.42% (0.25%) are derived for the product of branching fractions $\mathscr{B}(t\rightarrow H^{\pm}b) \times \mathscr{B}(H^{\pm}\rightarrow cb)$ for charged Higgs boson masses between 60 and 160 GeV, assuming the SM production of the top-quark pairs.

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The observed 95% CL upper limits on $\mathscr{B}=\mathscr{B}(t\rightarrow H^{\pm}b) \times \mathscr{B}(H^{\pm}\rightarrow cb)$ as a function of $m_{H^{\pm}}$ and the expectation (dashed) under the background-only hypothesis. The inner green and outer yellow shaded bands show the $\pm 1\sigma$ and $\pm 2\sigma$ uncertainties of the expected limits. The exclusion limits are presented for $m_{H^{\pm}}$ between 60 and 160 GeV with 10 GeV $m_{H^{\pm}}$ spacing and linear interpolation between adjacent mass points. Superimposed on the upper limits, the predictions from the 3HDM are shown, corresponding to three benchmark values for the parameters $X$, $Y$, and $Z$

Pre-fit event yields in each of the nine analysis regions. The $H^{\pm}$ signal yields for $m_{H^{\pm}}=130$ GeV and $m_{H^{\pm}}=70$ GeV are normalised to $\mathscr{B}_{\mathrm{ref}}=1\%$. The quoted uncertainties are the sum in quadrature of statistical and systematic uncertainties of the yields, computed taking into account correlations among processes resulting from the data-based $t\bar{t}$ correction procedure.

Post-fit yields in each of the nine analysis regions considered. The total prediction is shown after the fit to data under the signal-plus-background hypothesis assuming $H^{\pm}$ signal with $m_{H^{\pm}}=130$ GeV. The predicted yileds for the $H^{\pm}$ signal with $m_{H^{\pm}}=70$ GeV are also shown for reference. The best fit-values of $\mathscr{B}$ for $H^{\pm}$ signal with $m_{H^{\pm}}=130$ GeV and $m_{H^{\pm}}=70$ GeV are 0.16% and 0.07% respectively. The quoted uncertainties are the sum in quadrature of statistical and systematic uncertainties of the yields, computed taking into account correlations among nuisance parameters and among processes.

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Precision measurement of the matrix elements for $\eta\to\pi^+\pi^-\pi^0$ and $\eta\to\pi^0\pi^0\pi^0$ decays

The BESIII collaboration Ablikim, M. ; Achasov, M.N. ; Adlarson, P. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 107 (2023) 092007, 2023.
Inspire Record 2633025 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.141285

A precision measurement of the matrix elements for $\eta\to\pi^+\pi^-\pi^0$ and $\eta\to\pi^0\pi^0\pi^0$ decays is performed using a sample of $(10087\pm44)\times10^6$$J/\psi$ decays collected with the BESIII detector. The decay $J/\psi \to \gamma \eta$ is used to select clean samples of 631,686 $\eta\to\pi^+\pi^-\pi^0$ decays and 272,322 $\eta\to\pi^0\pi^0\pi^0$ decays. The matrix elements for both channels are in reasonable agreement with previous measurements. The non-zero $gX^2Y$ term for the decay mode $\eta\to\pi^+\pi^-\pi^0$ is confirmed, as reported by the KLOE Collaboration, while the other higher-order terms are found to be insignificant. Dalitz plot asymmetries in the $\eta\to\pi^+\pi^-\pi^0$ decay are also explored and are found to be consistent with charge conjugation invariance. In addition, a cusp effect is investigated in the $\eta\to\pi^0\pi^0\pi^0$ decay, and no obvious structure around the $\pi^+\pi^-$ mass threshold is observed.

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The acceptance corrected $\eta\to\pi^+\pi^-\pi^0$ data from 10 billion $J/\psi$ events collected at BESIII and the corresponding statistical uncertainties in the Dalitz plot variables $X$ and $Y$. The data are divided into $20\times20$ bins in $X$ and $Y$, and only the bins with non-zero event are listed in the table. The first two columns in the table are the center values of $X$ and $Y$, respectively. The last column is the acceptance corrected data and the corresponding statistical uncertainties.

The acceptance corrected $\eta\to\pi^0\pi^0\pi^0$ data from 10 billion $J/\psi$ events collected at BESIII and the corresponding statistical uncertainties in the Dalitz plot variables $X$ and $Y$. The data are divided into $20\times20$ bins in $X$ and $Y$, and only the bins with non-zero event are listed in the table. The first two columns in the table are the center values of $X$ and $Y$, respectively. The last column is the acceptance corrected data and the corresponding statistical uncertainties.


Observation of single-top-quark production in association with a photon using the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, D.C. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.Lett. 131 (2023) 181901, 2023.
Inspire Record 2628980 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.134244

This Letter reports the observation of single top quarks produced together with a photon, which directly probes the electroweak coupling of the top quark. The analysis uses 139 fb$^{-1}$ of 13 TeV proton-proton collision data collected with the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider. Requiring a photon with transverse momentum larger than 20 GeV and within the detector acceptance, the fiducial cross section is measured to be 688 $\pm$ 23 (stat.) $^{+75}_{-71}$ (syst.) fb, to be compared with the standard model prediction of 515 $^{+36}_{-42}$ fb at next-to-leading order in QCD.

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This table shows the values for $\sigma_{tq\gamma}\times\mathcal{B}(t\rightarrow l\nu b)$ and $\sigma_{tq\gamma}\times\mathcal{B}(t\rightarrow l\nu b)+\sigma_{t(\rightarrow l\nu b\gamma)q}$ obtained by a profile-likelihood fit in the fiducial parton-level phase space (defined in Table 1) and particle-level phase space (defined in Table 2), respectively.

Distribution of the reconstructed top-quark mass in the $W\gamma\,$CR before the profile-likelihood fit. The "Total" column corresponds to the sum of the expected contributions from the signal and background processes. The uncertainty represents the sum of statistical and systematic uncertainties in the signal and background predictions. The first and last bins include the underflow and overflow, respectively.

Distribution of the NN output in the 0fj$\,$SR in data and the expected contribution of the signal and background processes after the profile-likelihood fit. The "Total" column corresponds to the sum of the expected contributions from the signal and background processes. The uncertainty represents the sum of statistical and systematic uncertainties in the signal and background predictions considering the correlations of the uncertainties as obtained by the fit.

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Search for flavor-changing neutral-current couplings between the top quark and the $Z$ boson with LHC Run 2 proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 13$ TeV with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, D.C. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 108 (2023) 032019, 2023.
Inspire Record 2627201 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.145074

A search for flavor-changing neutral-current couplings between a top quark, an up or charm quark and a $Z$ boson is presented, using proton-proton collision data at $\sqrt{s} = 13$ TeV collected by the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider. The analyzed dataset corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 139 fb$^{-1}$. The search targets both single-top-quark events produced as $gq\rightarrow tZ$ (with $q = u, c$) and top-quark-pair events, with one top quark decaying through the $t \rightarrow Zq$ channel. The analysis considers events with three leptons (electrons or muons), a $b$-tagged jet, possible additional jets, and missing transverse momentum. The data are found to be consistent with the background-only hypothesis and 95% confidence-level limits on the $t \rightarrow Zq$ branching ratios are set, assuming only tensor operators of the Standard Model effective field theory framework contribute to the $tZq$ vertices. These are $6.2 \times 10^{-5}$ ($13\times 10^{-5}$) for $t\rightarrow Zu$ ($t\rightarrow Zc$) for a left-handed $tZq$ coupling, and $6.6 \times 10^{-5}$ ($12\times 10^{-5}$) in the case of a right-handed coupling. These results are interpreted as 95% CL upper limits on the strength of corresponding couplings, yielding limits for $|C_{uW}^{(13)*}|$ and $|C_{uB}^{(13)*}|$ ($|C_{uW}^{(31)}|$ and $|C_{uB}^{(31)}|$) of 0.15 (0.16), and limits for $|C_{uW}^{(23)*}|$ and $|C_{uB}^{(23)*}|$ ($|C_{uW}^{(32)}|$ and $|C_{uB}^{(32)}|$) of 0.22 (0.21), assuming a new-physics energy scale $\Lambda_\text{NP}$ of 1 TeV.

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Summary of the signal strength $\mu$ parameters obtained from the fits to extract LH and RH results for the FCNC tZu and tZc couplings. For the reference branching ratio, the most stringent limits are used.

Observed and expected 95% CL limits on the FCNC $t\rightarrow Zq$ branching ratios and the effective coupling strengths for different vertices and couplings (top eight rows). For the latter, the energy scale is assumed to be $\Lambda_{NP}$ = 1 TeV. The bottom rows show, for the case of the FCNC $t\rightarrow Zu$ branching ratio, the observed and expected 95% CL limits when only one of the two SRs, either SR1 or SR2, and all CRs are included in the likelihood.

Comparison between data and background prediction before the fit (Pre-Fit) for the mass of the SM top-quark candidate in SR1. The uncertainty band includes both the statistical and systematic uncertainties in the background prediction. The four FCNC LH signals are also shown separately, normalized to five times the cross-section corresponding to the most stringent observed branching ratio limits. The first (last) bin in all distributions includes the underflow (overflow). The lower panels show the ratios of the data (Data) to the background prediction (Bkg.).

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Search for dark matter produced in association with a single top quark and an energetic $W$ boson in $\sqrt{s}=$ 13 TeV $pp$ collisions with the ATLAS detector

The ATLAS collaboration Aad, Georges ; Abbott, Braden Keim ; Abbott, Dale ; et al.
Eur.Phys.J.C 83 (2023) 603, 2023.
Inspire Record 2514114 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.136029

This paper presents a search for dark matter, $\chi$, using events with a single top quark and an energetic $W$ boson. The analysis is based on proton-proton collision data collected with the ATLAS experiment at $\sqrt{s}=$ 13 TeV during LHC Run 2 (2015-2018), corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 139 fb$^{-1}$. The search considers final states with zero or one charged lepton (electron or muon), at least one $b$-jet and large missing transverse momentum. In addition, a result from a previous search considering two-charged-lepton final states is included in the interpretation of the results. The data are found to be in good agreement with the Standard Model predictions and the results are interpreted in terms of 95% confidence-level exclusion limits in the context of a class of dark matter models involving an extended two-Higgs-doublet sector together with a pseudoscalar mediator particle. The search is particularly sensitive to on-shell production of the charged Higgs boson state, $H^{\pm}$, arising from the two-Higgs-doublet mixing, and its semi-invisible decays via the mediator particle, $a$: $H^{\pm} \rightarrow W^\pm a (\rightarrow \chi\chi)$. Signal models with $H^{\pm}$ masses up to 1.5 TeV and $a$ masses up to 350 GeV are excluded assuming a tan$\beta$ value of 1. For masses of $a$ of 150 (250) GeV, tan$\beta$ values up to 2 are excluded for $H^{\pm}$ masses between 200 (400) GeV and 1.5 TeV. Signals with tan$\beta$ values between 20 and 30 are excluded for $H^{\pm}$ masses between 500 and 800 GeV.

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<b>- - - - - - - - Overview of HEPData Record - - - - - - - -</b> <br><br> <b>Exclusion contours:</b> <ul> <li><a href="?table=highst_mamh_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_mamh_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_mhtb_lowma_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_mhtb_lowma_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_mhtb_highma_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_mhtb_highma_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_mamh_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_mamh_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_mhtb_lowma_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_mhtb_lowma_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_mhtb_highma_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_mhtb_highma_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_mamh_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_mamh_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_mhtb_lowma_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_mhtb_lowma_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_mhtb_highma_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_mhtb_highma_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_mamh_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_mamh_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_mhtb_lowma_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_mhtb_lowma_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_mhtb_highma_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_mhtb_highma_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_mamh_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_mamh_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_mhtb_lowma_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_mhtb_lowma_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_mhtb_highma_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_mhtb_highma_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_mamh_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_mamh_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_mhtb_lowma_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_mhtb_lowma_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_mhtb_highma_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_mamh_obs">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_mamh_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_mhtb_lowma_obs">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_mhtb_lowma_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_mhtb_highma_obs">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_mhtb_highma_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_lowst_mamh_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_lowst_mhtb_lowma_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_lowst_mhtb_highma_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_dmtt_mamh_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_dmtt_mamh_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=highst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_dmtt_mamh_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_dmtt_mamh_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_obs">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=lowst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_exp">Combined sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mamh_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mamh_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mamh_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mamh_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_obs">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=0LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_exp">0L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mamh_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mamh_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_highst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mamh_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mamh_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_obs">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=1LBoosted_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_exp">1L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_dmtt_mamh_obs">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_dmtt_mamh_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_obs">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_obs">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_highst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.7 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_lowst_dmtt_mamh_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_obs">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_lowma_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 150 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_obs">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Obs.)</a> <li><a href="?table=2L_lowst_dmtt_mhtb_highma_exp">2L channel sin$\theta$ = 0.35 $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ ($m_{a}$ = 250 GeV) exclusion contour using DMtW+DMtt signals (Exp.)</a> </ul> <b>Upper limits:</b> <ul> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p7">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p7">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p7">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p7_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM(sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p7_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM +tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p7_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p35">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p35">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p35">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p35_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM(sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p35_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM +tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_Comb_st0p35_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from combined (0L+1L+2L) fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p7">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p7">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p7">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p7_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM(sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p7_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM +tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p7_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p35">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p35">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p35">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p35_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM(sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p35_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM +tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_0L_st0p35_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 0L individual fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p7">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p7">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p7">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p7_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM(sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p7_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM +tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p7_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.7) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p35">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p35">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p35">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mamH_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p35_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM(sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtblow_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p35_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM +tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the low $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> <li><a href="?table=mHtbhigh_xSecUpperLimit_1L_st0p35_DMtt">Observed upper limit on the 2HDM+a tW+DM + tt+DM (sin$\theta$ = 0.35) cross-sections from 1L individual fit in the high $m_a$ $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane.</a> </ul> <b>Kinematic distributions:</b> <ul> <li><a href="?table=SR0L_mwtagged">0L region m(b1,W-tagged)</a> <li><a href="?table=SR0L_mtbmet">0L region m_{\mathrm{T}}^{\mathrm{b,E_{\mathrm{T}^{\mathrm{miss}}}}}</a> <li><a href="?table=SR0L_nwtagged">0L region N_{\mathrm{W-tagged}}</a> <li><a href="?table=SR1L_Had_mbj">1L hadronic top $m_{\mathrm{b1},\mathrm{\cancel{b1}}}$</a> <li><a href="?table=SR1L_Lep_mbj">1L leptonic top $m_{\mathrm{b1},\mathrm{\cancel{b1}}}$</a> <li><a href="?table=SR1L_Lep_nwtaggged">1L leptonic top region N_{\mathrm{W-tagged}}</a> </ul> <b>Cut flows:</b> <ul> <li><a href="?table=cutflow_SR0L">Cutflow of 4 signal points in the 0L regions.</a> <li><a href="?table=cutflow_SR1L_Had">Cutflow of 4 signal points in the 1L hadronic top regions.</a> <li><a href="?table=cutflow_SR1L_Lep">Cutflow of 4 signal points in the 1L leptonic top region.</a> </ul> <b>Acceptance and efficiencies:</b> <ul> <li> <b>highst_grid1_0L:</b> <a href="?table=highst_grid1_Acc_0L">Acceptance table of the 0L SRs in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and tan$\beta$ = 1.</a> <a href="?table=highst_grid1_Eff_0L">Efficiency table of the 0L SRs in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and tan$\beta$ = 1.</a> <li> <b>highst_grid2_0L:</b> <a href="?table=highst_grid2_Acc_0L">Acceptance table of the 0L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 150 GeV.</a> <a href="?table=highst_grid2_Eff_0L">Efficiency table of the 0L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 150 GeV.</a> <li> <b>highst_grid3_0L:</b> <a href="?table=highst_grid3_Acc_0L">Acceptance table of the 0L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 250 GeV.</a> <a href="?table=highst_grid3_Eff_0L">Efficiency table of the 0L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 250 GeV.</a> <li> <b>highst_grid1_1L:</b> <a href="?table=highst_grid1_Acc_1L">Acceptance table of the 1L SRs in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and tan$\beta$ = 1.</a> <a href="?table=highst_grid1_Eff_1L">Efficiency table of the 1L SRs in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and tan$\beta$ = 1.</a> <li> <b>highst_grid2_1L:</b> <a href="?table=highst_grid2_Acc_1L">Acceptance table of the 1L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 150 GeV.</a> <a href="?table=highst_grid2_Eff_1L">Efficiency table of the 1L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 150 GeV.</a> <li> <b>highst_grid3_1L:</b> <a href="?table=highst_grid3_Acc_1L">Acceptance table of the 1L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 250 GeV.</a> <a href="?table=highst_grid3_Eff_1L">Efficiency table of the 1L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.7, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 250 GeV.</a> <li> <b>lowst_grid1_0L:</b> <a href="?table=lowst_grid1_Acc_0L">Acceptance table of the 0L SRs in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and tan$\beta$ = 1.</a> <a href="?table=lowst_grid1_Eff_0L">Efficiency table of the 0L SRs in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and tan$\beta$ = 1.</a> <li> <b>lowst_grid2_0L:</b> <a href="?table=lowst_grid2_Acc_0L">Acceptance table of the 0L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 150 GeV.</a> <a href="?table=lowst_grid2_Eff_0L">Efficiency table of the 0L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 150 GeV.</a> <li> <b>lowst_grid3_0L:</b> <a href="?table=lowst_grid3_Acc_0L">Acceptance table of the 0L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 250 GeV.</a> <a href="?table=lowst_grid3_Eff_0L">Efficiency table of the 0L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 250 GeV.</a> <li> <b>lowst_grid1_1L:</b> <a href="?table=lowst_grid1_Acc_1L">Acceptance table of the 1L SRs in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and tan$\beta$ = 1.</a> <a href="?table=lowst_grid1_Eff_1L">Efficiency table of the 1L SRs in the $m_a$-$m_{H^{\pm}}$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and tan$\beta$ = 1.</a> <li> <b>lowst_grid2_1L:</b> <a href="?table=lowst_grid2_Acc_1L">Acceptance table of the 1L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 150 GeV.</a> <a href="?table=lowst_grid2_Eff_1L">Efficiency table of the 1L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 150 GeV.</a> <li> <b>lowst_grid3_1L:</b> <a href="?table=lowst_grid3_Acc_1L">Acceptance table of the 1L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 250 GeV.</a> <a href="?table=lowst_grid3_Eff_1L">Efficiency table of the 1L SRs in the $m_{H^{\pm}}$-tan$\beta$ plane for 2HDM+a signals with sin$\theta$ = 0.35, $m_{\chi}$ = 10 GeV and $m_a$ = 250 GeV.</a> </ul> <b>Truth Code snippets</b> are available under "Resources" (purple button on the left)

The observed exclusion contour at 95% CL as a function of the $m_a$ vs. $m_{H^{\pm}}$ and assuming tan$\beta$ = 1, $m_{\mathrm{DM}} = 10 \mathrm{GeV}$, $g_{\chi} = 1$ and sin$\theta = 0.7$. Masses that are within the contours are excluded. Only signals simulating the tW+DM final states are considered in this contour.

The expected exclusion contour at 95% CL as a function of the $m_a$ vs. $m_{H^{\pm}}$ and assuming tan$\beta$ = 1, $m_{\mathrm{DM}} = 10 \mathrm{GeV}$, $g_{\chi} = 1$ and sin$\theta = 0.7$. Masses that are within the contours are excluded. Only signals simulating the tW+DM final states are considered in this contour.

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