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Abstract (D8.S2)

FCC-ee: The full exploitation of the significantly increased experimental precision in Z-pole observables, W boson and top quark masses, b and τ decays, and a broad array of Higgs observables necessitates SM predictions that are accurate at a level commensurate with this precision. In addition, detailed precision-analysis of Beyond the Standard Model effects within concrete models and effective theories will open up new options on the road to discoveries.

FCC-hh will have unique capabilities for testing SM phenomena at ultra-high energies, in particular the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking, for measuring some Higgs boson couplings with unprecedented precision and for providing broad coverage for direct particle discovery. Theory calculations are needed for the evaluation of (often large) backgrounds, expected signal rates and optimisation of experimental search strategies.

This deliverable will be in the form of tables of (pseudo-)observables, with an estimate of experimental (statistical) target precision for each entry, and an accompanying text containing brief explanations of the theory inputs that are needed for the ``measurement'' of these quantities.

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