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The Physics Analysis Summary for this study is available at CDS as CMSPASHIG14014.
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The number of estimated background and signal events, and number of observed candidates, after final inclusive selection in the fullmeasurement range 105.6 < m_{4l} < 140.6 GeV. Signal and ZZ background are estimated from Monte Carlo simulation, while Z+X background is estimated from data. 
List of kinematic discriminants used in these analyses. 
Summary of the systematics used in this analysis. The implementation of each systematic may be different in the two analysis methods but all are considered in both frameworks. *The "production dependency" systematic is only applied when the hypothesis testing is used in a productionindependent scenario. 
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Distributions of kinematic observables in data, as well as the expectations for the SM background, the Higgs boson signal and indicated alternative spinzero scenarios (signal resonance at m_{H} = 125.6 GeV). From left to right: m_{4l}, m_{1}, m_{2}. All distributions, with exception of the m_{4l}, are shown with the requirement 121.5 < m_{4l} < 130.5 GeV to enhance the signal purity. 
Distributions of kinematic observables in data, as well as the expectations for the SM background, the Higgs boson signal and indicated alternative spinzero scenarios (signal resonance at m_{H} = 125.6 GeV). From left to right: cos θ_{1}, cos θ_{2}, cos θ^{∗}. All distributions, with exception of the m_{4l}, are shown with the requirement 121.5 < m_{4l} < 130.5 GeV to enhance the signal purity. 

Distributions of kinematic observables in data, as well as the expectations for the SM background, the Higgs boson signal and indicated alternative spinzero scenarios (signal resonance at m_{H} = 125.6 GeV). From left to right: Φ, Φ_{1}. All distributions, with exception of the m_{4l}, are shown with the requirement 121.5 < m_{4l} < 130.5 GeV to enhance the signal purity. 
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Distributions of kinematic discriminants in data, as well as the expectations for the SM background, the Higgs boson signal and indicated alternative spinzero scenarios (signal resonance at m_{H} = 125.6 GeV). From left to right: D_{bkg}, D_{0−}, D_{CP}. All distributions, with exception of the D_{bkg}, are shown with the requirement D_{bkg} > 0.5 to enhance signal purity. Discriminants D_{CP} and D_{int} provide the sensitivity to the interference between the (SM, 0^{−}) and (SM, 0_{h}+ ) pairs of terms in the ZZ amplitudes, respectively. 
Distributions of kinematic discriminants in data, as well as the expectations for the SM background, the Higgs boson signal and indicated alternative spinzero scenarios (signal resonance at m_{H} = 125.6 GeV). From left to right: D_{0h+}, D_{int}, D_{Λ1}. All distributions, with exception of the D_{bkg}, are shown with the requirement D_{bkg} > 0.5 to enhance signal purity. Discriminants D_{CP} and D_{int} provide the sensitivity to the interference between the (SM, 0^{−}) and (SM, 0_{h}+ ) pairs of terms in the ZZ amplitudes, respectively. 
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Expected and observed likelihood scans for f_{a2}(left) and f_{a3}(right) obtained using the kinematic discriminant method (KD, black) and multidimensional distribution method (MD, red). The likelihoods are computed in the two methods assuming the a_{2}/a_{1} and a_{3}/a_{1} coupling ratios are real. 
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Expected and observed likelihood scans for effective fractions f_{Λ1} from the kinematic discriminant method. Left column shows the results where the Λ1 amplitude is constrained to be real, and all other amplitudes are fixed to the SM predictions. The right column shows the results where the phase of the amplitude, as well as additional ZZ amplitudes are profiled. 
Expected and observed likelihood scans for effective fractions f_{a2} from the kinematic discriminant method. Left column shows the results where the a2 amplitude is constrained to be real, and all other amplitudes are fixed to the SM predictions. The right column shows the results where the phase of the amplitude, as well as additional ZZ amplitudes are profiled. 
Expected and observed likelihood scans for effective fractions f_{a3} from the kinematic discriminant method. Left column shows the results where the a3 amplitude is constrained to be real, and all other amplitudes are fixed to the SM predictions. The right column shows the results where the phase of the amplitude, as well as additional ZZ amplitudes are profiled. Result for f_{a3} with phase φa3 profiled in the top right plot has been obtained in the analysis in Ref. [10] in the PAS. 
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Expected and observed likelihood scans for f_{a2}^{Zγ} and f_{a3}^{Zγ} fractions from the kinematic discriminant method. The corresponding amplitudes are constrained to be real, while all other amplitudes are fixed to their SM predictions. 
Expected and observed likelihood scans f_{a2}^{γγ} and f_{a3}^{γγ} fractions from the kinematic discriminant method. The corresponding amplitudes are constrained to be real, while the all other amplitudes are fixed to their SM predictions. 
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Summary of allowed onedimensional 95% CL intervals from kinematic discriminant method and multidimensional distribution method under the assumption that all the coupling ratios are real (φai=0 or π). For f_{Λ1}, and f_{a2}^{γγ} we also report allowed intervals extracted separately for positiveonly (φai=0) or negativeonly (φai=π) case because the minimum appears >1σ away from SM in data. Unless otherwise specified the other amplitudes are assumed to be the SM prediction. Symbol `' denotes that the current analysis still allows the full region [0.00,1.00]. 
Summary of allowed onedimensional 95% CL intervals from kinematic discriminant method under the assumption that the couplings can be complex. Unless otherwise specified the other amplitudes are assumed to be the SM prediction. Result for f_{a3} with φ_{a3} profiled has been obtained in the analysis presented in Ref.[10] and is quoted for completeness. Symbol `' denotes that the current analysis still allows the full region [0.00,1.00]. 
Summary to cross section ratios for a 125.6 GeV Higgs boson and the scale Λ_{0} used to convert the effective fractions f_{ai} into the equivalent parameters of interest. The σ_{i} is the cross section of the process corresponding to a_{i} = 1, a_{j≠i} = 0 in the H to 2e2μ final state. For the Zγ^{*}(γ^{*}γ^{*}) terms all cross sections σ_{1}, σ_{2}^{Zγ}, σ_{3}^{Zγ}, σ_{2}^{γγ} and σ_{3}^{γγ} are given for m_{1} ≥ m_{2} ≥ 4GeV. 
Summary of allowed onedimensional 95% CL intervals on the ratios of anomalous couplings with respect to the SM coupling a_{1}, obtained using kinematic discriminant method and multidimensional distribution method and assuming the ratios of couplings are real. In case of the Zγ^{*} and γ^{*}γ^{*} we also interpret the allowed intervals in terms of the ratio of corresponding crosssections with respect to the SM prediction. Unless otherwise specified the other amplitudes are assumed to be the SM prediction (a_{1} = 2, a_{2}^{Zγ}=0.0035, and a_{2}^{γγ}=0.0040). 
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The observed 2D likelihood scan for f_{a2} vs f_{a3} obtained using the kinematic discriminant method (black) and multidimensional distribution method (red). The likelihoods are computed in the two methods assuming the a2/a1 and a3/a1 coupling ratios are real. 
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Expected likelihood scans for pairs of effective fractions fΛ1 vs f_{a2}. In plots in the left column amplitudes are constrained to be real, and all other amplitudes are fixed to the SM. In plots in the right column the phases of amplitudes are profiled. Results are obtained using the kinematic discriminant method. 
Observed likelihood scans for pairs of effective fractions fΛ1 vs f_{a2}. In plots in the left column amplitudes are constrained to be real, and all other amplitudes are fixed to the SM. In plots in the right column the phases of amplitudes are profiled. Results are obtained using the kinematic discriminant method. 
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Expected likelihood scans for pairs of effective fractions fΛ1 vs f_{a3}. In plots in the left column amplitudes are constrained to be real, and all other amplitudes are fixed to the SM. In plots in the right column the phases of amplitudes are profiled. Results are obtained using the kinematic discriminant method. 
Observed likelihood scans for pairs of effective fractions fΛ1 vs f_{a3}. In plots in the left column amplitudes are constrained to be real, and all other amplitudes are fixed to the SM. In plots in the right column the phases of amplitudes are profiled. Results are obtained using the kinematic discriminant method. 
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Expected likelihood scans for pairs of effective fractions f_{a2} vs f_{a3}. In plots in the left column amplitudes are constrained to be real, and all other amplitudes are fixed to the SM. In plots in the right column the phases of amplitudes are profiled. Results are obtained using the kinematic discriminant method. 
Observed likelihood scans for pairs of effective fractions f_{a2} vs f_{a3}. In plots in the left column amplitudes are constrained to be real, and all other amplitudes are fixed to the SM. In plots in the right column the phases of amplitudes are profiled. Results are obtained using the kinematic discriminant method. 
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Likelihood scans for (f_{a2}, φ_{a2}). expected results are on the left, while observed are shown on the right. Results are obtained using the kinematic discriminant method. 
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Likelihood scans for (f_{Λ1}, φ_{Λ1}). expected results are on the left, while observed are shown on the right. Results are obtained using the kinematic discriminant method. 
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Distribution of a teststatistic q = −2 ln(L_{JP} /L_{0+} ) of an example spinone hypothesis with mixture f_{b2}=0.8 tested against the SM Higgs boson hypothesis, for the production dependent scenario. Distributions for the SM Higgs boson are represented by the yellow histogram and for the alternative J^{P} hypotheses by the blue histogram (left). Expected and observed distribution of −2∆ ln(L) as a function of f (J^{P}) for 1+, for the qq ̄ → X → ZZ case (right). 
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The expected and observed distributions of median teststatistic q for alternative mixed spinone hypotheses, as function of f_{b2} . The green and blue band represents the 1σ and 2σ around the median expected value for the SM Higgs boson hypothesis. Left and right plots represent results for the cases of production independent and production dependent analysis, respectively. 
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Summary of expected and observed constraints on the measurements of the noninterfering fractions f (J^{P}) for the points used in the scan of the f_{b2} fraction. In the case of production independent scenarios the f (J^{P}) measurement is performed as using the efficiency of qq → X. 
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List of models used in the analysis of the spin and parity hypotheses corresponding to the spinone pure and mixture states of the type noted. The expected separation is quoted for two scenarios, where the signal strength for each hypothesis is predetermined from the fit to data and where events are generated with SM expectations for the signal cross section (μ=1). The observed separation quotes consistency of the observation with the 0^{+} model or J^{P} model and corresponds to the scenario where the signal strength is floated in the fit to data. We also quote the CL_{s} value for the J^{P} model and the 95% CL and best fit of the f(J^{P}) fraction. In the case of production independent scenarios the f(J^{P}) measurement is performed as using the efficiency of qq to X. 
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Distribution of the test statistic q = −2ln(L_{JP} /L_{0+} ) of the hypothesis any → 2^{}_{h10} tested against the SM Higgs boson hypothesis for m_{H} = 125.6 GeV. Distributions for the SM Higgs boson are represented by the yellow histogram, and those for the alternative J^{P} hypothesis are represented by the blue histogram. The red arrow indicates the observed value of teststatistics (left). Expected and observed distribution of −2∆ ln L for the gg → 2^{}_{h10} model as a function of on the fractional presence f ( J P ) of J P model as a state nearly degenerate with the 0+ state. (right). 
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Summary of the expected and observed values for the teststatistic q distributions for the twelve alternative spintwo hypotheses tested with respect to the SM Higgs boson. The orange (blue) bands represent the 1σ, 2σ, and 3σ around the median expected value for the SM Higgs boson hypothesis (alternative hypothesis). The black point represents the observed value. 
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Summary expected and observed constraints on the noninterfering fraction measurements for the fraction. In the case of production independent scenarios the f ( J P ) measurement is performed as using the efficiency of qq → X. 
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List of models used in the analysis of the spintwo hypotheses corresponding to the pure states of the type noted. The expected separation is quoted for two scenarios, where the signal strength for each hypothesis is predetermined from the fit to data and where events are generated with SM expectations for the signal cross section (μ=1). The observed separation quotes consistency of the observation with the 0^{+} model or J^{P} model and corresponds to the scenario where the signal strength is floated in the fit to data. We also quote the CL_{s} value for the J^{P} model and the 95% CL and best fit of the f(J^{P}) fraction. In the case of production independent scenarios the f(J^{P}) measurement is performed as using the efficiency of gg to X. 
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Distribution of the test statistic q = −2ln(L_{0+} /L_{Z4l} ) of the standard model hypothesis Z^{0}→4l tested against the alternative exotic Higgs hypothesis 0^{+} → 4l, where mass and width of the exotic particle match those of the SM Z^{0} boson (m_{0+} = 91.2 GeV, width 2.5 GeV). Distributions for the SM Z^{0} boson are represented by the yellow histogram, and those for the alternative hypothesis are represented by the blue histogram. The red arrow indicates the observed value of teststatistics (left). Average expected and observed distribution of −2∆ ln(L) for the fractional presence f(J^{P}) of the exotic alternative Higgs model as a state nearly degenerate with the SM Z^{0} boson, as measured in the 4l decays in the 91.2 GeV peak in data (right). 
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Observed conditional scans of fai given Rai value. The fΛ1 results are presented with the assumption of custodial symmetry a^{WW} = a^{ZZ} (left), and without this assumption (right) . This combination uses the kinematic discriminant method from H → ZZ. 
Observed conditional scans of fai given Rai value. The f_{a2} results are presented with the assumption of custodial symmetry a^{WW} = a^{ZZ} (left), and without this assumption (right) . This combination uses the kinematic discriminant method from H → ZZ. 
Observed conditional scans of fai given Rai value. The f_{a3} results are presented with the assumption of custodial symmetry a^{WW} = a^{ZZ} (left), and without this assumption (right) . This combination uses the kinematic discriminant method from H → ZZ. 
Expected conditional scans of fai given Rai value. The fΛ1 results are presented with the assumption of custodial symmetry a^{WW} = a^{ZZ} (left), and without this assumption (right). This combination uses the kinematic discriminant method from H → ZZ. 
Expected conditional scans of fai given Rai value. The f_{a2} results are presented with the assumption of custodial symmetry a^{WW} = a^{ZZ} (left), and without this assumption (right). This combination uses the kinematic discriminant method from H → ZZ. 
Expected conditional scans of fai given Rai value. The f_{a3} results are presented with the assumption of custodial symmetry a^{WW} = a^{ZZ} (left), and without this assumption (right). This combination uses the kinematic discriminant method from H → ZZ. 
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The combined result of H → WW and H → ZZ (kinematic discriminant method) for fΛ1, f_{a2}, f_{a3} measurements (left to right). Two individual measurements are shown in each channel, where the H → WW measurement is related for the case Rai = 0.5(rai = 1). Two scenarios of combination of measurements are presented: using custodial symmetry a^{WW} = a^{ZZ} (red) and without such a constraint (magenta), shown for Rai = 0.5(rai = 1) in both case. 
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Distributions of a teststatistic q = −2 ln(L_{JP} /L_{0+} ) of the hypotheses of the spinone boson with positive parity (left) and negative parity (right), tested against the SM Higgs boson hypothesis, for the qq ̄ production scenario. Distributions for the SM Higgs boson are represented by the yellow histogram and for the alternative J^{P} hypotheses by the blue histogram. The red arrow indicates the observed value of teststatistics. 
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Distributions of a teststatistic q = −2 ln(L_{JP} /L_{0+} ) of the example spintwo hypotheses gg → 2_{h6}+ (left) and gg → 2_{h10} (right), tested against the SM Higgs boson hypothesis for m_{H} = 125.6 GeV. Distributions for the SM Higgs boson are represented by the yellow his togram and for the alternative J^{P} hypotheses by the blue histogram. The red arrow indicates the observed value of teststatistics. 
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Summary of the expected and observed values for the teststatistic q distributions for the alternative spinone and spintwo hypotheses tested with respect to the SM Higgs boson, based on the combined analysis in H → ZZ → 4l and H → WW → lνlν decay channels. The orange (blue) bands represent the 1σ, 2σ, and 3σ around the median expected value for the SM Higgs boson hypothesis (alternative hypothesis). The black point represents the observed value. 
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Results of the study of the spinone and spintwo hypotheses corresponding to the pure states of the type noted, based on the combined analysis in H to ZZ to 4l and H to WW to lνlν decay channels. The expected separation is quoted for two scenarios, where the signal strength for each hypothesis is predetermined from the fit to data (fitted independently in the HWW and HZZ channels), and where events are generated with SM expectations for the signal cross section (μ=1). The observed separation quotes consistency of the observation with the 0^{+} model or J^{P} model and corresponds to the scenario where the signal strength is floated in the fit to data. Table does not quote the CL_{s} value for the J^{P} model because all values are <0.1%. 