Searching for narrow graviton resonances with the ATLAS detector at the Large

@inproceedings{Allanach2000SearchingFN,
  title={Searching for narrow graviton resonances with the ATLAS detector at the Large},
  author={Benjamin C. Allanach and Kosuke Odagiri and Michael Andrew Parker and Bryan Webber},
  year={2000}
}
A spectrum of massive graviton states is present in several recent theoretical models that include extra space dimensions. In some such models the graviton states are well separated in mass, and can be detected as resonances in collider experiments. The ability of the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider to identify such states and measure their properties is considered, in the case that the resonances are narrow compared to the experimental resolution. The discovery limits for the… CONTINUE READING

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