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 NEW  Search for high-mass dilepton resonances in 6.1/fb of pp collisions at sqrt(s)= 8 TeV with the ATLAS experiment (ATLAS-CONF-2012-129, 13 September 2012)
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Search for high-mass dilepton resonances in 6.1/fb of pp collisions at sqrt(s)= 8 TeV with the ATLAS experiment (ATLAS-CONF-2012-129, 13 September 2012)
 
Figure 5:
Event display of the selected event with the highest dimuon invariant mass. The highest momentum muon has a pT of 289 GeV and an η of 1.54. The subleading muon has a pT of 274 GeV and an η of -1.35. The invariant mass of the pair is 1258 GeV.
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 NEW  Search for Single Production of Vector-like Quarks Coupling to Light Generations in 4.64/fb1 of ATLAS Data at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV (ATLAS-CONF-2012-137, 24 September 2012)
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Search for Single Production of Vector-like Quarks Coupling to Light Generations in 4.64/fb1 of ATLAS Data at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV (ATLAS-CONF-2012-137, 24 September 2012)
 
Figure 7a:
Event display for the $W\rightarrow e\nu$ channel event with the highest three body invariant mass. Here, the invariant mass of the three body system is $M(e, \nu, \rm{leading~jet})=1615~\gev$.
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 NEW  Search for resonant ZZ production in the ZZ -> llqq channel with the ATLAS detector using 7.2 fb-1 of sqrt(s) = 8 TeV pp collision data (ATLAS-CONF-2012-150, 9 November 2012)
Figure 9:
A representative event in the muon channel in the merged signal region where the three body invariant mass is found to be m(mu,mu,j) = 2.9 TeV. It should be noted that the leading jet in this event, shown as the larger cone, was reconstructed in the end cap of the hadronic calorimeter and therefore the energy deposits are not visible in the top left (x, y) view but can be seen in the bottom left and middle right views.
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 NEW  Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in H->tau+tau- decays in proton-proton collisions with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-160, 13 November 2012)

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Figure 3:
Display of an event selected by the H→ τ{lep}τ{lep} analysis in the VBF category, where one τ decays to an electron and the other to a muon. The electron is indicated by a green track and the muon indicated by a red track. The dashed line represents the direction of the ETmiss vector, and there are two VBF jets marked with turquoise cones. The muon pT is 20 GeV, the electron pT is 17 GeV, ETmiss=43 GeV, mjj=1610 GeV and mMMC=126 GeV.
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Figure 7:
Display of an event selected by the H→ τ{lep}τ{had} analysis in the VBF category, where one τ decays to a muon. The hadronically decaying τ lepton (1 prong decay) is indicated by a green track and the muon is indicated by a red track. The dashed line represents the direction of the ETmiss vector, and there are two VBF jets marked with turquoise cones. The muon pT is 63 GeV, the τ{had} candidate pT is 96 GeV, ETmiss=119 GeV, mjj=625 GeV and mMMC=129 GeV.
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Figure 10:
Display of an event selected by the H→ τ{had}τ{had} analysis in the VBF category. The τ{had} candidates are indicated by green tracks. The dashed line represents the direction of the ETmiss vector, and there are two VBF jets marked with turquoise cones. The transverse momenta of the τ{had} candidates are 56 GeV and 49 GeV, ETmiss=26 GeV, mjj=408 GeV and mMMC=131 GeV.
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 NEW  Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson produced in association with a vector boson and decaying to bottom quarks with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-161, 13 November 2012)
Additional auxiliary plots
Figure 10:
Display of a Higgs boson candidate event with zero selected leptons. The event contains two identified b-jets with transverse momenta of 193 GeV and 78 GeV, respectively, with an invariant mass of 123 GeV. The missing energy in the transverse plane is 271 GeV.
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Figure 11:
Display of a Higgs boson candidate event with one selected lepton. The two identified b-jets have transverse momenta of 149 GeV and 86 GeV, respectively, with an invariant mass of 109 GeV. The identified muon has a transverse momentum of 96 GeV, the missing energy in the transverse plane is 139 GeV, resulting in a transverse momentum of the W boson candidate of 209 GeV.
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Figure 12:
Display of a Higgs boson candidate event with two selected leptons. The two identified b-jets have transverse momenta of 70 GeV and 65 GeV, respectively, with an invariant mass of 122 GeV. The identified electrons have transverse momenta of 63 GeV and 54 GeV, respectively, resulting in a transverse momentum of the Z boson candidate of 115 GeV.
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 NEW  Updated results and measurements of properties of the new Higgs-like particle in the four lepton decay channel with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-169, 13 December 2012)
Additional auxiliary plots
Figure 18:
Event display of a 4e candidate. EventNumber: 82614360 RunNumber: 203602 m4ell=124.6 GeV. m12=70.6 GeV, m34=44.7 GeV. e1: pT,eta,phi=24.9 GeV,-0.33, 1.98. e2: pT,eta,phi= 53.9 GeV, -0.40, 1.69 . e3: pT,eta,phi= 61.9 GeV, -0.12, 1.45 . e4: pT,eta,phi=17.8 GeV,-0.51,2.84 . pT4ell= 100.8 GeV. ETmiss=11.0 GeV.
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Figure 19:
Event display of a 4e candidate. EventNumber: 82614360 RunNumber: 203602 m4ell=124.6 GeV. m12=70.6 GeV, m34=44.7 GeV. e1: pT,eta,phi=24.9 GeV, -0.33, 1.98 . e2: pT,eta,phi=53.9 GeV, -0.40, 1.69. e3: pT,eta,phi=61.9 GeV, -0.12, 1.45 . e4: pT,eta,phi=17.8 GeV, -0.51, 2.84 . pT4ell= 100.8 GeV. ETmiss=11.0 GeV.
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Figure 20:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. EventNumber: 82599793 RunNumber: 204769 m4ell=123.5 GeV. m12=84 GeV, m34=34.2 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=37.8 GeV, 0.61 1.46 . mu2: pT,eta,phi=29.2 GeV, -0.95, -2.47. mu3: pT,eta,phi=10.3 GeV, 0.62 -1.41. mu4: pT,eta,phi=32.6 GeV -0.16, 2.85. pT4ell= 52.0 GeV. ETmiss=20.3 GeV.
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Figure 21:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. EventNumber: 71902630 RunNumber: 204769 m4ell=125.1 GeV. m12=86.3 GeV, m34=31.6 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=36.1 GeV, 1.29, 1.33 . mu2: pT,eta,phi=47.5 GeV, 0.69, -1.65 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=26.4 GeV, 0.47, -2.51 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=71.7 GeV, 1.85, 1.65 . pT4ell= 27.0 GeV. ETmiss=41.8 GeV.
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Figure 22:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. EventNumber: 71902630 RunNumber: 204769 m4ell=125.1 GeV. m12=86.3 GeV, m34=31.6 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=36.1 GeV, 1.29, 1.33 . mu2: pT,eta,phi=47.5 GeV, 0.69, -1.65 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=26.4 GeV, 0.47, -2.51 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=71.7 GeV, 1.85, 1.65 . pT4ell= 27.0 GeV. ETmiss=41.8 GeV.
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Figure 23:
Event display of a 2e2mu candidate. EventNumber: 12611816 RunNumber: 205113 m4ell=123.9 GeV. m12=87.9 GeV, m34=19.6 GeV. e1: pT,eta,phi=18.7 GeV, -2.45, 1.68 . e2: pT,eta,phi=76.0 GeV, -1.16, -2.13 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=19.6 GeV, -1.14, -0.87 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=7.9 GeV, -1.13, 0.94 . pT4ell= 59.5 GeV. ETmiss=30.9 GeV.
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Figure 24:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. RunNumber: 208123, EventNumber: 26433470. m4l=123.5 GeV, m12=73.7 GeV, m34=26.0 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=64.12 GeV, 1.54, -0.013. mu2: pT,eta,phi=27.81 GeV, 0.025, -0.55 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=25.66 GeV, -0.13, 0.27 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=12.29 GeV, 0.87, 1.35 . pT4ell= 115.4 GeV. ETmiss=121.3 GeV.
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Figure 25:
Event display of a 4mu candidate. RunNumber: 209736, EventNumber: 135745044. m4l=122.9 GeV, m12=92.2 GeV, m34=20.8 GeV. mu1: pT,eta,phi=73.19 GeV, 2.08, 0.14 . mu2: pT,eta,phi=27.16 GeV, 1.55, -2.90 . mu3: pT,eta,phi=14.61 GeV, 1.79, -2.49 . mu4: pT,eta,phi=12.90 GeV, 2.12, -0.82 . pT4ell= 45.3 GeV. ETmiss=39.8 GeV.
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