-- FrancescoCirotto - 2020-03-23

YXH Naples Analysis


A search for heavy resonances decaying into a Higgs boson (H) and a new particle (X). The particle X is assumed to decay to a pair of light quarks, and the fully hadronic final state qqbb is analysed. The search considers the regime of high XH resonance masses, where the X and H bosons are both highly Lorentz-boosted and are each reconstructed using a single jet with large radius parameter.

In a nutshell

Previous analysis


  • Reader in git

Derivations and samples

  • Signals: /data1/ndebiase/YXH/signal_MC

General info


  • Informal meeting 25/03/2020: validation plots slide
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PDFpdf Validation_plots_YXH_25_03.pdf r1 manage 204.5 K 2020-03-26 - 15:48 NicolaDeBiase Signal validation plots. The X candidate is mislabeled as V. The Higgs candidate is selected by requiring its mass to be in the range [70GeV,150GeV]. If both the selected jets are in the Higgs mass range, the jet with the highest number of b-jets is kept as a Higgs candidate. If the number of b-jets is the same, the highest pt jet is kept as the Higgs candidate. If none of the jet is in the Higgs mass range, the Higgs cantidate is selected as the highest pt jet.
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