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Figure 14: Significance plots for different trigger scenarios in the gluon fusion analysis 

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Figure 14: Significance plots for different trigger scenarios in the gluon fusion analysis, for a reference signal branching ratio of BR(h → γγ + E/T ) = 10% 

 

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Figure 15: Significance plots for different trigger and signal scenarios in the gluon fusion analysis 

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Figure 15: Significance plots for different trigger and signal scenarios in the gluon fusion analysis , for a reference signal branching ratio of BR(h → γγ + E/T ) = 10% 

 

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Figure 16: 5σ branching ratios for the ggF channel, for resonant (in red) and nonresonant (in black) final states, using the γ + E/T trigger.. 

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Figure 16: 5σ branching ratios for the ggF channel, for resonant (in red) and nonresonant (in black) final states, using the γ + E/T trigger, for a reference signal branching ratio of BR(h → γγ + E/T ) = 10% 

 

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Figure 17: Branching ratios for 95% confidence level exclusion in the ZH case, resonant and nonresonant topologies, requiring at least one photon (Nγ ≥ 1, in green and blue, respectively) and at least two photons (Nγ ≥ 2 in black and red, respectively). The shaded areas correspond to a variation in systematics up to 10% 

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Figure 17: Branching ratios for 95% confidence level exclusion in the ZH case, resonant and nonresonant topologies, requiring at least one photon (Nγ ≥ 1, in green and blue, respectively) and at least two photons (Nγ ≥ 2 in black and red, respectively), for a reference signal branching ratio of BR(h → γγ + E/T ) = 10% . The shaded areas correspond to a variation in systematics up to 10% 

 