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Measuring the Mass of the Lightest Chargino at the CERN LHC

  title={Measuring the Mass of the Lightest Chargino at the CERN LHC},
  author={Mihoko M. Nojiri and G. Polesello and D. R. Tovey},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
Results are presented of a feasibility study of techniques for measuring the mass of the lightest chargino at the CERN LHC. These results suggest that for one particular mSUGRA model a statistically significant chargino signal can be identified and the chargino mass reconstructed with a precision of order 11% for of order 100 fb-1 of data. 
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