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Phenomenological MSSM interpretation of the CMS 2011 5/fb results (SUS12030) 



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Figure 8: Marginalized 1D posterior distributions for the best significance Z_{best} weighted according to preCMS likelihood without and with a lower limit on the production crosssection of σ > 10 fb. As expected, the lower bound on the cross section pushes the distribution towards pMSSM points that would be decisively excluded by the CMS analyses. 

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Figure 8: Marginalized 1D posterior distributions for the best significance Z_{best} weighted according to preCMS likelihood without and with a lower limit on the production crosssection of σ > 10 fb. As expected, the lower bound on the cross section pushes the distribution towards pMSSM points that would be decisively excluded by the CMS analyses. 



Figure 9: Marginalized 1D posterior distributions for the best significance Z_{best} weighted according to preCMS likelihood without and with a lower limit on the production crosssection of σ > 10 fb. As expected, the lower bound on the cross section pushes the distribution towards pMSSM points that would be decisively excluded by the CMS analyses. 
Appendix A: Chargino–neutralino mass degeneracy in pMSSM


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Figure 10: LSP mass versus M_{1}, M_{2} and μ for the prior p(θ) obtained by a random scan of the pMSSM parameter space. Distributions are shown for all parameter configurations (1st column), for M_{1} smallest (2nd column), for M_{2} smallest (3rd column) and for μ smallest (4th column). 

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Figure 10: LSP mass versus M_{1}, M_{2} and μ for the prior p(θ) obtained by a random scan of the pMSSM parameter space. Distributions are shown for all parameter configurations (1st column), for M_{1} smallest (2nd column), for M_{2} smallest (3rd column) and for μ smallest (4th column). 



Figure 11: χ_{1}^{±}  χ_{1}^{0} mass difference versus M_{2} and μ for the prior p(θ) obtained by a random scan of the pMSSM parameter space. Distributions are shown for all parameter configurations (1st column), for M_{1} smallest (2nd column), for M_{2} smallest (3rd column) and for μ smallest (4th column). 
Appendix B: PreCMS distributions of pMSSM parameters and masses 