Signatures/models map

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Goal is to make a table mapping signatures to models (representative of specific particle contents and interactions), with corresponding scores.  Fell free to go ahead and add models or signatures, keeping in mind that:
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Goal is to make a table mapping signatures to models (representative of specific particle contents and interactions), with corresponding scores.  Feel free to go ahead and add models or signatures, keeping in mind that:
*the goal is not to guess the "right model", but rather
*the goal is not to guess the "right model", but rather
*choose models with characteristic particle content and dynamics.
*choose models with characteristic particle content and dynamics.
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'''Models''':
'''Models''':
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*MSSM with multi-TeV scalars, light gluinos/gauginos
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*MSSM with multi-TeV scalars, light gluinos/gauginos; Randall-Sundrum (all particles in the extra dimension); RS (only gravity in the extra dimension); UED; low-scale technicolor.
'''Scores''':
'''Scores''':
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*1: Yes, but only if violate existing EWK or flavor constraints
*1: Yes, but only if violate existing EWK or flavor constraints
*2: Yes, but yields wrong dark matter density/violates dark matter constraints (i.e. too much DM)
*2: Yes, but yields wrong dark matter density/violates dark matter constraints (i.e. too much DM)
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*3: Cannot compute a prediction
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*3: Cannot compute a prediction (i.e. don't know if this can happen or not.)
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*4: Can happen, but do not know if consistent with precision or flavor data if it does
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*4: Can happen, but do not know if consistent with precision, flavor or dark matter data if it does
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*5: Predicted & consistent
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*5: Predicted, should happen & consistent

Current revision

Goal is to make a table mapping signatures to models (representative of specific particle contents and interactions), with corresponding scores. Feel free to go ahead and add models or signatures, keeping in mind that:

  • the goal is not to guess the "right model", but rather
  • choose models with characteristic particle content and dynamics.

This way, if signals are seen the table can be used to identify probable features of the true underlying physics. (This is in addition to its didactic value.)

Signatures:

  • Resonant: OS dileptons, SS dileptons, ttbar, dijet, diboson (WW/WZ/ZZ/Wg/Zg/gg)
  • Non-resonant: trileptons, dilepton+MET, lepton+jets+MET, jets+MET, multi-W/Z, multi-top
  • Exotic: new jets, (semi-)long-lived particles decaying to pairs of visible particles, LLP decaying with invisibles

Models:

  • MSSM with multi-TeV scalars, light gluinos/gauginos; Randall-Sundrum (all particles in the extra dimension); RS (only gravity in the extra dimension); UED; low-scale technicolor.

Scores:

  • 0: Does not happen (without extending the model)
  • 1: Yes, but only if violate existing EWK or flavor constraints
  • 2: Yes, but yields wrong dark matter density/violates dark matter constraints (i.e. too much DM)
  • 3: Cannot compute a prediction (i.e. don't know if this can happen or not.)
  • 4: Can happen, but do not know if consistent with precision, flavor or dark matter data if it does
  • 5: Predicted, should happen & consistent
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