Sensitivities of prospective future e+e− colliders to decoupled new physics

@article{Ellis2015SensitivitiesOP,
  title={Sensitivities of prospective future e+e− colliders to decoupled new physics},
  author={J. Ellis and T. You},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={2016},
  pages={1-19}
}
A bstractWe explore the indirect sensitivities to decoupled new physics of prospective precision electroweak measurements, triple-gauge-coupling measurements and Higgs physics at future e+e− colliders, with emphasis on the ILC250 and FCC-ee. The Standard Model effective field theory (SM EFT) is adopted as a model-independent approach for relating experimental precision projections to the scale of new physics, and we present prospective constraints on the Wilson coefficients of dimension-6… Expand

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