Interpretation of Searches for Supersymmetry
Abstract
The results of CMS searches for Supersymmetry are interpreted in the context of
Simplified Models.
These results are based on data samples
with a corresponding integrated luminosity of up to 4.98\fbinv produced
in protonproton collisions at a centerofmass energy
of 7~TeV collected by the CMS experiment at the LHC.
This analysis provides a compilation of acceptance predictions and cross section upper limits
for a range of Simplified Models and mass parameters. The results provide information that can
be used to constrain other theoretical models. They also provide a comparison of different CMS search strategies.
Approved Tables and Plots from SUS11016 ( click on plot to get .pdf )
Table 1:
Figure 1 2 3 4 5:
Figure 
Figure 
Abbreviated Caption 


Figure 1: Diagrams of the hadronic models: gluino pair production (T1,left) and squark antisquark production (T2,right). 


Figure 2: Diagrams of the heavy flavor models: T1bbbb (left), T1tttt (right). 


Figure 3: Diagrams of the dilepton models: T3lh (left), T5lnu (right). 


Figure 4: Diagrams of T3w (left), T5zz (right). 




Figure 5: Diagrams of chargino and neutralino production: TChizz (left,top) TChiwz (right,top), and TChiSlepSlep (bottom). 
Figure 6:
Total alphaT selection efficiency (left) and 95% CL upper limits on the gluino and squark pairproduction cross sections (right) for the topologies T2 (top), T1(middle) and T5zz (bottom) as a function of gluino or squark mass and the LSP mass.
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Simplified model topology name 
Efficiency 
Limit 
"T2" 


"T1" 


"T5zz" 


Figure 7:
Selection that has the best expected cross section upper limit (left) and 95% CL upper limits on the squark/gluino pairproduction cross sections (right) for the topologies T2 (top), T1 (middle) and T5zz (bottom) as a function of the gluino and LSP mass.
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Simplified model topology name 
Best Selection 
Limit 
"T2" 


"T1" 


"T5zz" 


Figure 8:
T3w topology and single lepton analysis: Typical signal selection acceptance times ef ficiency for HT > 500
GeV (top, left); HT selection that yields the best expected limit (top, right) and upper cross section limits as a function of the gluino and LSP mass for the intermediate chargino (bottom, left); and the limits for different locations of the chargino mass and fixed LSP mass (bottom right). The first three figures are for x = 1/4 as defined in Eq. 1.
Figure 9:
Figure 9: T5zz topology: Signal selection acceptance times efficiency normalized to the events where there is at least one Z boson decaying leptonically (e, μ, τ) (left), and upper cross section limits on the inclusive Z boson decay mode (right) for the E̸ T (top) and JZB (bottom) analyses. Results are shown as a function of gluino and intermediate neutralino mass for a massless LSP.
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Figure 10:
Figure 10: T5zz topology: Signal selection acceptance times efficiency normalized to events where there is at least one Z boson decaying leptonically (e, μ, τ) (left), and upper cross section limits on the inclusive Z boson decay mode (right) for the E̸ T (top) JZB (bottom) analyses. Results are shown as a function of the gluino and LSP mass, with the intermediate neutralino mass set using x = 1/4.
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Figure11.
The upper limit on cross section times branching ratios is shown as function of gluino mass and several masses for the intermediate neutralino with a massless LSP.
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Figure 12:
SS dileptons: Best selection (top left), selection efficiency for the “HighPT HT ≥ 80,̸HT ≥120”selection(topright),andcrosssectionupperlimitforthebestselection(bottom), for the T5lnu topology, as a function of gluino and LSP mass, with the chargino mass set using x=1/2
Figure 13:
OS dileptons: Efficiency and cross section upper limit for the topology T3lh from
edge reconstruction (top), and from the E̸ T and HT selection (bottom). Results are shown as a
function of gluino and LSP mass, with the chargino mass set using x = 1 . 2
Figure 14
Figure14. MET +b: Selection with best expected limit, where 1T and 2L correspond to the ≥1 tight btag and ≥ 2 loose btag selections (top). The selection efficiency (bottom left) and cross section upper limit (bottom right) on the T1bbbb simplified model.
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Figure 15
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T1bbbb 

Figure 16,17,18
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Figure 19:
Figure 19: Cross section upper limit on the topology T1tttt for the E̸ MET +b and SS analyses as a function of gluino mass and for a fixed LSP mass of 50
GeV.
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"T1tttt" 

Figure 20:
Figure 20. SS+b: Efficeincy and cross section upper limit on the topology T1tttt as a function of gluino and LSP mass.
Figure 21:
Figure21: Multileptons and
TChiSlepSlep: selection efficiency (left, top); cross section upper limit as function of chargino and LSP mass (right, top) and for a fixed LSP mass (bottom).
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Figure 22 :
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Figure 22: Multileptons and TChiwz and TChizz: Signal selection efficiency (left) and cross section upper limit (right) for TChiwz (top) and TChizz (bottom). The selection efficiency is shown as a function of chargino or heavy neutralino mass and LSP mass. The upper limit is shown as a function of chargino or heavy neutralino mass for a massless LSP.
Figure 23 24 25 :
Figure 23. Exclusion limits for gluino and squark masses, for m(chi0)=0
GeV (dark blue) and m(mother)m(chi0)=200
GeV (light blue), for each analysis, for the hadronic results. For limits on m(gl), m(sq) >> m(gl), and vice versa. sigma(prod) = sigma(NLOQCD).
If not specified otherwise, x=0.5 for intermediate mass states.
"Summary hadronic" 

Figure 24. Exclusion limits for gluino and squark masses, for for m(chi0)=0 GeV (dark blue) and m(mother)m(chi0)=200 GeV (light blue), for each analysis, for the leptonic results.
For limits m(gl), m(sq) >> m(gl), and vice versa. sigma(prod) = sigma(NLOQCD). If not specified otherwise, x=0.5 for intermediate mass states. For T3w and T5zz, results for all three values of x are presented.
"Summary leptonic" 

Figure 25. Best exclusion limits for gluino and squark masses, for m(chi0)=0 GeV (dark blue) and m(mother)m(chi0)=200 GeV (light blue), for each topology, for all results. For limits onm(gl), m(sq) >> m(gl), and vice versa. sigma(prod) = sigma(NLOQCD). If not specified otherwise, x=0.5 for intermediate mass states. For T3w and T5zz, results for all three values of x are presented.
"Summary best" 

Figure 26
Exclusion contours for several analyses: (left) T1bbbb/T1; (right) T5zz.
 WolfgangWaltenberger  01May2012