@article{Fuks2019SleptonsWH,
author={Benjamin Fuks and Karl Nordstr{\"o}m and Richard Ruiz and Sophie L. Williamson},
journal={Physical Review D},
year={2019}
}
• Published 28 January 2019
• Physics
• Physical Review D
Multilepton searches for electroweakino and slepton pair production at hadron colliders remain some of the best means to test weak-scale supersymmetry. Searches at the CERN Large Hadron Collider, however, are limited by large diboson and top quark pair backgrounds, despite the application of traditional, central jet vetoes. In this context, we report the impact of introducing dynamic jet vetoes in searches for colorless superpartners. As a representative scenario, we consider the Drell-Yan…
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