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Chargino and Neutralino Masses at ILC

@article{Li2010CharginoAN,
  title={Chargino and Neutralino Masses at ILC},
  author={Yiming Li and Andrei Nomerotski},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Detectors},
  year={2010}
}
The chargino/neutralino pair production is one of the benchmarking processes of ILC. These processes are interesting not only because it allows high precision measurement of chargino and neutralino masses, but also for the reason that the separation of W and Z bosons through their hadronic decay products requires excellent jet resolution being a good benchmark of the detector performance. The analysis based on the SiD detector concept with four jets and missing energy final state will be… 

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