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Top Quark Mass direct measurements | |

Summary of the ATLAS and CMS direct mtop measurements. The results are compared with the LHC and Tevatron+LHC mtop combinations. For each measurement, the statistical uncertainty includes the jet scale factor (JSF) and b-jet scale factor (bJSF) contributions (when applicable), while the sum of the remaining systematic uncertainties is reported separately. The JSF and bJSF contributions are statistical in nature and apply to analyses performing in-situ (top quark pair based) jet energy calibration procedures. PNG May 2019 |

Summary of the ATLAS and CMS direct mtop measurements. The results are compared with the LHC and Tevatron+LHC mtop combinations. For each measurement, the statistical uncertainty includes the jet scale factor (JSF) and b-jet scale factor (bJSF) contributions (when applicable), while the sum of the remaining systematic uncertainties is reported separately. The JSF and bJSF contributions are statistical in nature and apply to analyses performing in-situ (top quark pair based) jet energy calibration procedures. PNG November 2018 |

Summary of the ATLAS and CMS direct mtop measurements. The results are compared with the LHC and Tevatron+LHC mtop combinations. For each measurement, the statistical uncertainty includes the jet scale factor (JSF) and b-jet scale factor (bJSF) contributions (when applicable), while the sum of the remaining systematic uncertainties is reported separately. The JSF and bJSF contributions are statistical in nature and apply to analyses performing in-situ (top quark pair based) jet energy calibration procedures. PNG September 2018 |

Summary of the ATLAS and CMS direct mtop measurements. The results are compared with the LHC and Tevatron+LHC mtop combinations. For each measurement, the statistical uncertainty includes the jet scale factor (JSF) and b-jet scale factor (bJSF) contributions (when applicable), while the sum of the remaining systematic uncertainties is reported separately. The JSF and bJSF contributions are statistical in nature and apply to analyses performing in-situ (top quark pair based) jet energy calibration procedures. The results below the line are results produced after the LHC and Tevatron+LHC combinations were performed. PNG September 2017 |

Summary of the ATLAS and CMS direct mtop measurements. The results are compared with the LHC and Tevatron+LHC mtop combinations. For each measurement, the statistical uncertainty includes the jet scale factor (JSF) and b-jet scale factor (bJSF) contributions (when applicable), while the sum of the remaining systematic uncertainties is reported separately. The JSF and bJSF contributions are statistical in nature and apply to analyses performing in-situ (top quark pair based) jet energy calibration procedures. The results below the line are results produced after the LHC and Tevatron+LHC combinations were performed. PNG May 2017 |

Summary of the ATLAS and CMS direct mtop measurements. The results are compared with the LHC and Tevatron+LHC mtop combinations. For each measurement, the statistical uncertainty includes the jet scale factor (JSF) and b-jet scale factor (bJSF) contributions (when applicable), while the sum of the remaining systematic uncertainties is reported separately. The JSF and bJSF contributions are statistical in nature and apply to analyses performing in-situ (top quark pair based) jet energy calibration procedures. The results below the line are results produced after the LHC and Tevatron+LHC combinations were performed. PNG August 2016 |

Summary of the ATLAS and CMS direct mtop measurements. The results are compared with the LHC and Tevatron+LHC mtop combinations. For each measurement, the statistical uncertainty includes the jet scale factor (JSF) and b-jet scale factor (bJSF) contributions (when applicable), while the sum of the remaining systematic uncertainties is reported separately. The JSF and bJSF contributions are statistical in nature and apply to analyses performing in-situ (top quark pair based) jet energy calibration procedures. The results below the line are results produced after the LHC and Tevatron+LHC combinations were performed. PNG September 2015 |

Summary of top mass measurements by the ATLAS and CMS collaborations. PNG May 2015 |

Top Quark Mass from cross section | |
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Summary of the ATLAS and CMS measurements of the top quark mass from tt̄ production observables. The breakdown of uncertainties is reported only for the analyses that provide such information. The results are compared with the ATLAS and CMS combination of measurements from top quark decay. PNG September 2019 |

Top Quark Mass -- world combination | ATLAS-CONF-2014-008 ; CDF-NOTE-11071 ; CMS-PAS-TOP-13-014 ; D0-NOTE-6416 ; arXiv:1403.4427 |
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Summary of top mass measurements by the ATLAS, CDF, CMS and D0 collaborations as of March 2014. PNG March 2014 More Plots Here |

Top Quark Mass -- LHC combination | ATLAS-CONF-2013-102 ; CMS-PAS-TOP-13-005 |
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Summary of top mass measurements by ATLAS and CMS PNG September 2013 More Plots Here |

Top Quark Mass -- LHC combination | ATLAS-CONF-2012-095 ; CMS-PAS-TOP-12-001 |
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Summary of top mass measurements by ATLAS and CMS PNG July 2012 More Plots Here |

-- MartijnMulders - 2015-11-05 ReinhardSchwienhorst - 2019-09-23

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