This page will evolve quickly, but here are some things to get started. These are all toy models based on real life projections or representative of recent measurements.

Workspace based on ATLAS CSC SU3 edge measurement sensitivity study (1fb-1 at 14 TeV)

This workspace encodes a likelihood function for the squark, slepton, chi20 and chi10 based on hypothetical edge measurements as described in the ATLAS CSC book. The workspace was interfaced with the SuperBayes package to create the plot below. This is the simplest version of the likelihood function, with a simple correlated multivariate Gaussian. More sophisticated versions based on the actual edge measurements with correlated uncertainties from electron and jet energy scale are being prepared.


M0-M12 Benchmark

This workspace is a mock-up based on a simple number counting analysis similar to the first SUSY results. The signal rate and it's uncertainty are interpolated based on the results of a grid scan. (Courtesy of Max Baak.)


-- KyleCranmer - 11-Feb-2011

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