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 NEW  Jet energy measurement with the ATLAS detector in proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV (29 December 2011)
Figure 1:
Display of the central part of the ATLAS detector in the x-z view showing the highest mass central dijet event collected during the 2010 data taking period. The two leading jets have ptjet = 1.3 TeV with \rapjet = -0.68 and ptjet = 1.2 TeV with rap = 0.64, respectively. The two leading jets have an invariant mass of approximately 3.1 TeV. The missing transverse energy in the event is 46 GeV. The lines in the inner detector indicate the reconstructed particle trajectories. The energy deposition in the calorimeter cells are displayed as light rectangles. The area of the rectangles is proportional to the energy deposits. The histograms attached to the LAr and the Tile calorimeter illustrate the amount of deposited energy.
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Figure 2:
Zoom of the x-y view of the ATLAS detector showing one of the high-pt jets of the event shown in Figure above. The energy depositions in the calorimeter cells are displayed as light rectangles. The area of the rectangles is proportional to the energy deposits. The dark histograms attached to the LAr (Tile) calorimeter illustrates the amount of deposited energy. The lines in the ID display the reconstructed tracks originating from the interaction vertex.
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Figure 90:
Graphical representation in a zoomed x-y view of an event candidate with one large transverse momentum jet (ptjet=176 GeV) having a large activity in the last Tile calorimeter layer (82 GeV at the EM scale) and in the muon detectors. The tracks in the inner detector are shown as lines in the top right, the energy deposits in the \LAr{} and \Tile{} calorimeters are shown as light boxes. The hits in the muon system are shown as points. There are 128 hits measured in the muon system.
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Observation of a New χb State in Radiative Transitions to Υ(1S) and Υ(2S) at ATLAS (12 January 2012)
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Figure 35:
Display of the third highest mass dielectron event (m_ee = 1.214 TeV). The electron tracks are shown in orange.
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 NEW  Search for Dark Matter Candidates and Large Extra Dimensions in events with a photon and missing transverse momentum in pp collision data at sqrt(s) =7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (20 September 2012)
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Figure 3:
Event display of one monophoton candidate with ETmiss = 218.3 GeV, phi-ETmiss = 2.52 radians, a photon with pt = 218.0 GeV, eta-gamma = 0.39$, phi-gamma = -0.68 radians, and no jets in the final state.
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Event display of one monophoton candidate with ETmiss = 446.9 GeV, phi-ETmiss = 2.55 radians, a photon with pt = 449.7 GeV, eta-gamma = -0.51, phi-gamma = -0.65 radians, and no jets in the final state.
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 NEW  Search for displaced muonic lepton jets from light Higgs boson decay in proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (26 September 2012)
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Figure 8a:
3D view of a Higgs decay into two gamma_{d}--> mu+ mu- from Monte Carlo simulation. The muon energy loss in the calorimeters and the RPC hits in the muon spectrometer are clearly visible.
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 NEW  Search for Supersymmetry in Events with Large Missing Transverse Momentum, Jets, and at Least One Tau Lepton in 7 TeV Proton-Proton Collision Data with the ATLAS Detector (3 October 2012)
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Figure 13:
An event selected in the onetau channel. The pT of the leading and sub-leading jets are 592 GeV (red) and 86 GeV (green) respectively. The selected tau pT is 32 GeV (orange spike in prolongation of jet axis). MET is 478 GeV (red arrow).
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Figure 14:
An event selected in the onetau channel. The pT of the leading and sub-leading jets are 372 GeV (red) and 124 GeV (green) respectively. The selected tau pT is 66 GeV (orange spike in prolongation of jet axis). MET is 324 GeV (red arrow).
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An event selected in the onetau channel. The pT of the leading and sub-leading jets are 341 GeV (red) and 212 GeV (green) respectively. The selected tau pT is 109 GeV (orange spike in prolongation of jet axis). MET is 577 GeV (red arrow).
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An event selected in the onetau channel. The pT of the leading and sub-leading jets are 386 GeV (red) and 188 GeV (green) respectively. The selected tau pT is 266 GeV (orange spike in prolongation of jet axis). MET is 300 GeV (red arrow).
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Figure 17:
An event selected in the twotau channel. The pT of the leading and sub-leading jets are 466 GeV (red) and 131 GeV (light blue) respectively. The pT of the leading and sub-leading taus are 129 GeV and 22 GeV (orange spikes in prolongation of jet axes) respectively. MET is 452 GeV (red arrow).
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Figure 18:
An event selected in the taumu channel. The pT of the leading and sub-leading jets are 1074 GeV (red) and 1044 GeV (green) respectively. The tau (orange spike in prolongation of jet axis) has a pT of 37 GeV and the muon (track passing through spectrometer) a pT of 164 GeV. MET is 99 GeV (red arrow).
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Figure 19:
An event selected in the taue channel. The pT of the leading and sub-leading jets are 548 GeV (red) and 448 GeV (green) respectively. The tau (orange spike in prolongation of jet axis) has a pT of 22 GeV and the electron (yellow spike) 90 GeV. MET is 68 GeV (red arrow).
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 NEW  Search for dark matter candidates and large extra dimensions in events with a jet and missing transverse momentum with the ATLAS detector (16 October 2012)
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Figure 10:
Display of an event with 542 GeV met and a single jet with 551 GeV pt. There is no additional jet above 30 GeV in the event.
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 NEW  Search for anomalous production of prompt like-sign lepton pairs at √s=7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (16 October 2012)
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Figure 27:
Event display of the ee event with the highest invariant mass (589 GeV). The high-mass same-sign electron tracks are shown in red. The leading electron has an ET of 196 GeV, (η, φ) of (1.31, -1.86), and charge +1. The subleading electron has an ET of 50 GeV, (η, φ) of (-2.25, 2.73), and charge +1. There is a third electron (shown as a blue track) with an ET of 35 GeV, (η, φ) of (-0.54, 1.73), and charge -1. There are two reconstructed jets. The leading jet has a pT of 207 GeV and (η, φ) of (0.59, 1.49), and the subleading jet has a pT of 30 GeV and (η, φ) of (1.14, 1.45). The missing transverse energy (shown as a green arrow) is 9 GeV with φ of -1.05.
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Figure 28:
Event display of the μμ event with the highest invariant mass (522 GeV). The muon tracks are shown in blue and red, with the high mass like-sign pair having red tracks. The leading muon has a pT of 486 GeV, (η, φ) of (0.13, -3.04), and charge +1. The subleading muon has a pT of 79 GeV, (η, φ) of (-1.73, -1.23), and charge +1. There is a third muon (shown as a blue track) with a pT of 32 GeV, (η, φ) of (-1.41, 2.70), and charge -1. There are two reconstructed jets. The leading jet has a pT of 394 GeV and (η, φ) of (-0.64, 0.17), and the subleading jet has a pT of 27 GeV and (η, φ) of (1.16, 0.15). The missing transverse energy, shown as a green arrow, is 93 GeV with φ of 0.22.
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Figure 29:
Event display of the eμ event with the highest invariant mass (464 GeV). The muon and electron tracks of the high mass pair are shown in red. The muon has a pT of 212 GeV, (η, φ) of (0.68, -1.24), and charge +1. The electron has a pT of 161 GeV, (η, φ) of (2.11, 2.26), and charge +1. There is a second electron candidate shown in blue with pT of 86 GeV, (η, φ) of (1.87, 1.54) and a charge of -1. No high pT jets are reconstructed. The missing transverse energy, shown as a green arrow, is 16 GeV with φ of -0.26.
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 NEW  Search for Extra Dimensions in diphoton events using proton-proton collisions recorded at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector at the LHC (30 October 2012)
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Figure 5:
Event display of the highest-mass diphoton event. Event information: Run and event numbers = 191715, 37274906. Invariant mass = 1.59 TeV, Leading photon Et, eta, phi, Isolation = 787 GeV, 1.29, 1.69, 2.66 GeV. Subleading photon Et, eta, phi, Isolation = 760GeV, 1.02, -1.46, 2.54GeV. Both photons are converted.
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Figure 6:
Event display of the second-highest-mass diphoton event. Event information: Run and event numbers = 186934, 4101410. Invariant mass = 1.48 TeV, Leading photon Et, eta, phi, Iso = 508 GeV, -1.60, -0.58, 1.19GeV. Subleading photon Et, eta, phi, Iso = 471 GeV, 0.34, 2.58, 1.86 GeV. Both photons are converted.
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Event display of a $H\to WW\to\mu^+\nu jj+0j$ candidate with invariant mass 584~GeV. The $m_{jj}$ is 87~GeV and $m_T^{\mu\nu}$ is 47~GeV and $\met= 73$~GeV. The first jet has $\pt = 197$~GeV and $\eta = -1.13$. The second jet has $\pt = 59$~GeV and $\eta = -0.39$. The muon has $\pt = 160$~GeV and $\eta = 0.30$.
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Figure 1:
Event display for a tt̄ candidate event with large tt̄ mass, m = 2.5 TeV. The left panel displays a transverse view of the charged particle tracks and calorimeter energy deposits. An η - φ view of the same event is shown in the upper right panel. Jets reconstructed with R = 0.4 are indicated in green, jets with R = 1 in red.
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Event display for a tt̄ candidate event with large tt̄ mass, m = 2.5 TeV. The left panel displays a transverse view of the charged particle tracks and calorimeter energy deposits. An η - φ view of the same event is shown in the upper right panel. Jets reconstructed with R = 0.4 are indicated in green, jets with R = 1 in red.
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Event display of a $H\to WW\to\mu^+\nu jj+0j$ candidate with invariant mass 584~GeV. The $m_{jj}$ is 87~GeV and $m_T^{\mu\nu}$ is 47~GeV and $\met= 73$~GeV. The first jet has $\pt = 197$~GeV and $\eta = -1.13$. The second jet has $\pt = 59$~GeV and $\eta = -0.39$. The muon has $\pt = 160$~GeV and $\eta = 0.30$.
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Event display of a $H\to WW\to\mu^+\nu jj+1j$ candidate with invariant mass 388~GeV. The $m_{jj}$ is 79~GeV and $m_T^{\mu\nu}$ is 39~GeV and $\met= 128$~GeV. The first jet has $\pt = 88$~GeV and $\eta = 0.32$. The second jet has $\pt = 86$~GeV and $\eta = 1.03$. The third jet, which is \emph{not} matched to the hadronically decaying $W$, has $\pt = 45$~GeV and $\eta = -0.58$. The muon has $\pt = 49$~GeV and $\eta = -0.57$.
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 NEW  Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the H -> tau tau decay mode in sqrt(s) = 7 Tev pp collisions with ATLAS (26 June 2012)
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Figure 17:
Display of an event selected by the H -> tau_lep tau_had analysis in the H+2-jet VBF category, where the leptonic tau decay is to a muon.
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Display of an event selected by the H -> tau_had tau_had analysis.
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ZH->llbb candidate event.
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WH->lvbb candidate event.
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A candidate high-m(H) H -> ZZ -> ee bb event with m(eebb) = 326 GeV. The event contains two electrons with p_T > 20 GeV and two identified b-jets with p_T > 25 GeV (grey cones). The left hand side shows the transverse (top) and longitudinal (bottom) views, while the top right plot shows the calorimeter energy versus eta and phi.
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Event display for one of the events in the signal region. This is the highest ETmiss event (ETmiss = 301 GeV) and is found in the ee channel. The five leading jets have transverse momenta pT = 128, 114, 66, 69, 46 GeV, respectively, and the third and fifth jets are b-tagged. The two opposite-sign electrons have transverse momenta pT = 54, 28 GeV, respectively, and the two-electron invariant mass is 93.5 GeV.
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A display of an event which passes all the signal region selections. The event has MET/√HT of 11.6 √GeV and MET of 397 GeV.
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Event display of the highest WZ transverse mass event. This event is from mvmm channel, with a WZ transverse mass of 506.25 GeV.
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Search for excited leptons in proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s} = 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (16 January 2012)
 
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Event display for the event containing the highest dimuon-photon mass: 890 GeV. The pT of the muons and photons are 91, 84 and 165 GeV, respectively. The dimuon mass is 165 GeV, whereas the mass of the two muon-photon combinations are 721 and 491 GeV. The display is made with PERSINT.
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Event display of the second highest mass diphoton event. Event information: Run and event numbers = 186178, 360016. mgg = 1.38 TeV, Leading photon ET, eta, phi, Iso = 254 GeV, 1.85, 2.57, -1.05. Subleading photon ET, eta, phi, Iso = 205 GeV, -1.70, -1.25, 2.87. Both photons are unconverted.
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Observation of a centrality-dependent dijet asymmetry in lead-lead collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 2.76 TeV with the ATLAS detector at the LHC (25 November 2010)
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Event displays of beam-halo muon bremsstrahlung showers which mimic probe electron candidates in the Wen analysis. Many hits in both TRT end-caps, and the EM cluster and cells in the end-cap calorimeter are visible on the away side of the incoming halo muon.
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Figure 24:
Event display of the electron event with the highest effective mass, at more then 1400 GeV. The four leading jets have transverse momenta of > 655, 303, 69 and 52 GeV. There are also two muons correspdonding to the two high pt jets in the event, both of which fail the overlap removal.
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This event display is for the highest invariant mass dielectron event. The highest energy electron has an E_T of 257 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (-0.76, 1.14). The subleading electron has an E_T of 207 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (2.05, -2.05). The invariant mass of the pair is 993 GeV. Only tracks with p_T > 1 GeV are shown.
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This event display is for the highest invariant mass dimuon event. The highest momentum muon has a P_T of 510 GeV and an (\eta, phi) of (0.37, 3.01). The subleading muon has a P_T of 437 GeV and an (eta, phi) of (0.72, -0.12). The invariant mass of the pair is 959 GeV. Only tracks with P_T > 0.5 GeV are shown.
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Di-photon event display with small DeltaPhi_gammagamma (DeltaPhi_gammagamma = 1.53, m_gammagamma = 143.1 GeV), and an additional jet in the ECAL endcap (shown on the right).

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  p_T^clus [GeV] E_T^iso [MeV] quality R_conv [mm] p_T_conv.track(s) [GeV]
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Di-photon event display also selected by the H->gammagamma analysis (m_gammagamma = 115 GeV), showing a conversion (sub-leading photon). The conversion pair is very asymmetric, and the softer track is not displayed.

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