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Unitarity-controlled resonances after the Higgs boson discovery.

Englert, Christoph and Harris, Philip and Spannowsky, Michael and Takeuchi, Michihisa (2015) 'Unitarity-controlled resonances after the Higgs boson discovery.', Physical review D., 92 (1). 013003.

Abstract

If the recently discovered Higgs boson’s couplings deviate from the Standard Model expectation, we may anticipate new resonant physics in the weak boson fusion channels resulting from high scale unitarity sum rules of longitudinal gauge boson scattering. Motivated by excesses in analyses of multi-leptons + missing energy + jets final states during run 1, we perform a phenomenological investigation of these channels at the LHC bounded by current Higgs coupling constraints. Such an approach constrains the prospects to observe such new physics at the LHC as a function of very few and generic parameters and allows the investigation of the strong requirement of probability conservation in the electroweak sector to high energies.

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Publisher Web site:https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.92.013003
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Date deposited:30 May 2018
Date of first online publication:07 July 2015
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