# Anatomy of the ATLAS diboson anomaly

@article{Allanach2015AnatomyOT,
title={Anatomy of the ATLAS diboson anomaly},
author={Benjamin C. Allanach and Ben Gripaios and Dave Sutherland},
journal={Physical Review D},
year={2015},
volume={92},
pages={055003}
}
• Published 6 July 2015
• Geology
• Physical Review D
This work has been partially supported by STFC grant ST/L000385/1. We thank M. Redi, J. Tattersall, J. Thaler, A. Wulzer and members of the Cambridge SUSY Working Group for discussions. BG acknowledges MIAPP and King's College, Cambridge. DS acknowledges the support of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

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