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High Higgs to gamma gamma in association with Z/W bosons

Abstract : Electro-weak precision measurements strongly suggest that the mass of the Standard Model Higgs boson, if it exists, should not be much higher than the present experimental limit of 114.4 GeV. The LHC experiments will allow us to look for a Higgs boson in this mass range for which the decay into photons is one of the most important channels. The isolation of events from Higgs boson production in association with Z/W bosons may increase the statistical significance of the Higgs boson discovery and these production modes can be used to measure directly the Higgs boson couplings to the weak bosons, thus helping to confirm the nature of the observed resonance.
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B. Brelier. High Higgs to gamma gamma in association with Z/W bosons. Lake Louise Winter Institute 2008, Feb 2008, Lake Louise, Canada. pp.169. ⟨in2p3-00316028⟩

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