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Available on CMS information server CMS IN 2005/008 CMS Internal Note
 

Summary: Available on CMS information server CMS IN 2005/008
CMS Internal Note
The content of this note is intended for CMS internal use and distribution only
24 January 2005
Higgs boson production via WW fusion
A. Mestvirishvili

, U. Akgun, A.S. Ayan, F. Duru, E. Norbeck, Y. Onel, O. Soykal, S. Wang
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA
CMS collaboration
Abstract
This note describes a study of Higgs boson production via WW fusion using the CMS detector at
LHC. Having the second largest production cross section, Weak Boson Fusion (WBF) is one of the
main channels were the Higgs particle can be found. Quarks from the incoming protons, after radiating
W , change the flavor and generate two energetic forward jets. The jets can be detected and tagged by
the CMS HF (Hadron Forward) and HE (Hadron Endcap) calorimeters and then used for background
reduction.

e-mail: alexi-mestvirishvili@uiowa.edu
1 Introduction

  

Source: Akgun, Ugur - Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Iowa

 

Collections: Physics