Anomalous quartic gauge couplings and unitarization for the vector boson scattering process $$pp\rightarrow W^+W^+jjX\rightarrow \ell ^+\nu _\ell \ell ^+\nu _\ell jjX$$pp→W+W+jjX→ℓ+νℓℓ+νℓjjX

@article{Perez2018AnomalousQG,
  title={Anomalous quartic gauge couplings and unitarization for the vector boson scattering process \$\$pp\rightarrow W^+W^+jjX\rightarrow \ell ^+\nu \_\ell \ell ^+\nu \_\ell jjX\$\$pp→W+W+jjX→ℓ+$\nu$ℓℓ+$\nu$ℓjjX},
  author={Genessis Perez and Marco Sekulla and D. Zeppenfeld},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  year={2018},
  volume={78},
  pages={1-15}
}
Weak vector boson scattering (VBS) at the LHC provides an excellent source of information on the structure of quartic gauge couplings and possible effects of physics beyond the SM in electroweak symmetry breaking. Parameterizing deviations from the SM within an effective field theory at tree level, the dimension-8 operators, which are needed for sufficiently general modeling, lead to unphysical enhancements of cross sections within the accessible energy range of the LHC. Preservation of… 
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