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Search for supersymmetry in multijet events with missing transverse momentum in proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV (SUS-16-033)

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ExpVsPre_MHT_baseline_Plot.png Figure 2b : The lost-lepton background as a function of $H_{\rm T}^{\rm miss}$ as determined directly from ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation (points, with statistical uncertainties) and as predicted by applying the lost-lepton background determination procedure to simulated electron and muon control samples (histograms, with statistical uncertainties). The results in the lower panel are obtained through bin-by-bin division of the results in the upper panel, including the uncertainties, by the central values of the "predicted" results.
ExpVsPre_NJets_baseline_Plot.png Figure 2c : The lost-lepton background as a function of the number of jets as determined directly from ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation (points, with statistical uncertainties) and as predicted by applying the lost-lepton background determination procedure to simulated electron and muon control samples (histograms, with statistical uncertainties). The results in the lower panel are obtained through bin-by-bin division of the results in the upper panel, including the uncertainties, by the central values of the "predicted" results.
ExpVsPre_NBtag_baseline_Plot.png Figure 2d: The lost-lepton background as a function of the number of b-tagged jets as determined directly from ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation (points, with statistical uncertainties) and as predicted by applying the lost-lepton background determination procedure to simulated electron and muon control samples (histograms, with statistical uncertainties). The results in the lower panel are obtained through bin-by-bin division of the results in the upper panel, including the uncertainties, by the central values of the "predicted" results.
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ExpVsCS_HT_baseline_Plot.png Figure 3a : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (points, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (histograms, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of $H_{\rm T}$. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
ExpVsCS_MHT_baseline_Plot.png Figure 3b : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (points, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (histograms, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of $H_{\rm T}^{\rm miss}$. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
ExpVsCS_NJets_baseline_Plot.png Figure 3c : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (points, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (histograms, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of the number of jets. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
ExpVsCS_NBtag_baseline_Plot.png Figure 3d : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (points, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (histograms, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of the number of b-tagged jets. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
ExpVsCS_search_baseline_Plot.png Figure 4 : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (points, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (histograms, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of the search region bin number of the analysis. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
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ExpVsCS_HT_baseline_Plot.png Figure 3a : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (histogram, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (points, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of $H_{\rm T}$. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
ExpVsCS_MHT_baseline_Plot.png Figure 3b : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (histogram, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (points, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of $H_{\rm T}^{\rm miss}$. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
ExpVsCS_NJets_baseline_Plot.png Figure 3c : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (histogram, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (points, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of the number of jets. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
ExpVsCS_NBtag_baseline_Plot.png Figure 3d : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (histogram, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (points, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of the number of b-tagged jets. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
ExpVsCS_search_baseline_Plot.png Figure 4 : Comparison of the number of expected lost-lepton background events in the zero (selected) lepton search region (histogram, with statistical uncertainties) and the sum of single electron and muon control sample events (points, with statistical uncertainties) as a function of the search region bin number of the analysis. The simulation includes ttbar, single top quark, W+jets, diboson, and rare-event simulation.
 
Plot_WgunTemplate.png Figure 5 : The hadronically-decaying $\tau$ lepton ($\tau_{\rm h}$) response templates: distributions of the ratio of $\tau_{\rm h}$ visible-$p_{\rm T}$ to true-$p_{\rm T}$, $p_{\rm T}(\tau_{\rm h}^{\rm visible})/p_{\rm T}(\tau_{\rm h}^{\rm gen})$, in intervals of $p_{\rm T}(\tau_{\rm h}^{\rm gen})$ as determined from a simulation of single ${\rm W}\rightarrow\tau_{\rm h}\nu_{\tau}$ decay events.
PClosure_HT_delphi_stacked_ARElog116_ARElog115_Plot_kRed-9.png Figure 6a : Distributions of $H_{\rm T}$ in background events with a hadronically decaying $\tau$ lepton as predicted directly from simulation (points, with statistical uncertainties) and as predicted by applying the hadronically decaying $\tau$ lepton background determination procedure to simulated muon control sample (shaded regions), for the baseline selection. The simulation includes ttbar, W+jets, and single top quark process events.
PClosure_MHT_delphi_stacked_ARElog116_ARElog115_Plot_kRed-9.png Figure 6b : Distributions of $H_{\rm T}^{\rm miss}$ in background events with a hadronically decaying $\tau$ lepton as predicted directly from simulation (points, with statistical uncertainties) and as predicted by applying the hadronically decaying $\tau$ lepton background determination procedure to simulated muon control sample (shaded regions), for the baseline selection. The simulation includes ttbar, W+jets, and single top quark process events.
 
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