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498 + 50( 25) GeV GeV 498f25(12) GeV Table 20-14 Results of a fit of the measurements in Table 20-13 to the minimal SUGRA model. There are solu- tions for both signs of p . 5 GeV Point 6 The measurements discussed previously for Point 6 are summarised in Table 20-13. For the GR signature the error is almost entirely systematic, and the distribution shown in Figure 20-50 is featureless. Two error estimates are given in the table; the more conservative will be used except in the Ultimate fit. The errors at high luminosity for measurements involving z’s assume that hadronic z decays can be identified and measured in the presence of pileup.
Figure 20-33 Distribution of the fractional difference between the reconstructed and the true iQ mass from model-independent analysis for Point 5. calculated, and the point was weighted using the assumed errors with Gaussian distributions. The resulting masses [20-291 are shown as scatter plots in Figures 20-30 and 20-31. Clearly the allowed masses are highly correlated. The width of the distributions of the difference between true and reconstructed mass is about +3% for the squark mass, shown in Figure 20-32, +6% for the jig mass, +9% for the slepton mass, and +12% for the jip mass, shown in Figure 20-33.
The final estimate of the result from this method is therefore M(jig) = 315 f 21 f 9 GeV for low luminosity and M(jiz) = 315 f 7 f 4 GeV for high luminosity, where the first error is statistical and the second is systematic. 3 Top production signature at Point 5 At Point 5 there is significant top production in SUSY events from i, + Xpr and bl+ ii t , where the ;I and bl may be produced either directly or from gluino decays. Since there are not enough constraints to reconstruct a missing neutrino, it is necessary to rely on hadronic top decays.
ATLAS Detector, Physics Performance Tech Rpt - CH 20 [Supersymmetry]