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Top EFT Quark Vector Operators

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Top EFT Quark Vector Operators
Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to (top) quark interaction with vector bosons, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237. In the measurement of arXiv:2202.12134, the limit is derived for the coefficient CtG normalised with the strong coupling, gS, as implemented in SMEFT@NLO.
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November 2022

Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to (top) quark interaction with vector bosons, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237. In the measurement arXiv:2202.12134, the limit is derived for the coefficient CtG normalised with the strong coupling, gS, as implemented in SMEFT@NLO. The definitions of operators OuG and OcG are different in the two searches from references arXiv:2112.01302 and EPJC 79 (2019) 886. For comparison purposes in this plot, the limits for coefficients CuG and CcG from Ref. arXiv:2112.01302 are multiplied by factor gS(mtop2)/2=0.57 to be compatible with the definition used in Ref. EPJC 79 (2019) 886 as it is recommended in Ref. arXiv:1802.07237.
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June 2022

Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to (top) quark interaction with vector bosons, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237. In the measurement arXiv:2202.12134, the limit is derived for the coefficient CtG normalised with the strong coupling, gS, as implemented in SMEFT@NLO. The definitions of operators OuG and OcG are different in the two searches from references arXiv:2112.01302 and EPJC 79 (2019) 886. For comparison purposes in this plot, the limits for coefficients CuG and CcG from Ref. arXiv:2112.01302 are multiplied by factor gS(mtop2)/2=0.57 to be compatible with the definition used in Ref. EPJC 79 (2019) 886 as it is recommended in Ref. arXiv:1802.07237.
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March 2022

Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to (top) quark interaction with vector bosons, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237. In the measurement ATLAS-CONF-2021-031, the limit is derived for the coefficient ctG normalised with the strong coupling, gS, as implemented in SMEFT@NLO.
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December 2021

Top EFT Four Fermion Operators

Top EFT Four Fermion Operators
Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to four-fermion interactions, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237.
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November 2022

Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to four-fermion interactions, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237.
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June 2022

Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to four-fermion interactions, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237.
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March 2022

Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to four-fermion interactions, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237.
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December 2021

Top EFT Marginalized Constraints

Top EFT Marginalized Constraints
Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to interactions involving top quarks, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as marginalised constraints, treating all Wilson coefficients contributing to a given process as free parameters. The effect of a given Wilson coefficient is considered in multiple processes, where indicated in the references, and across multiple bins of differential measurements. Each row presents all the marginalised constraints obtained from a single fit. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237.
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November 2022

Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to interactions involving top quarks, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as marginalised constraints, treating all Wilson coefficients contributing to a given process as free parameters. The effect of a given Wilson coefficient is considered in multiple processes, where indicated in the references, and across multiple bins of differential measurements. Each row presents all the marginalised constraints obtained from a single fit. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237.
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June 2022

Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related to interactions involving top quarks, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as marginalised constraints, treating all Wilson coefficients contributing to a given process as free parameters. The effect of a given Wilson coefficient is considered in multiple processes, where indicated in the references, and across multiple bins of differential measurements. Each row presents all the marginalised constraints obtained from a single fit. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237.
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March 2022

Top FCNC EFT Operators

Top FCNC EFT Operators
Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension-6 operators related FCNC, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237. The definitions of operators OuG and OcG are different in the two searches from references EPJC 82 (2022) 334 and EPJC 79 (2019) 886. For comparison purposes in this plot, the limits for coefficients CuG and CcG from Ref. EPJC 82 (2022) 334 are multiplied by factor gS(mtop2)/2=0.57 to be compatible with the definition used in Ref. EPJC 79 (2019) 886 as it is recommended in Ref. arXiv:1802.07237.
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November 2022

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