Top quark mass measurements at and above threshold at CLIC

@article{Seidel2013TopQM,
  title={Top quark mass measurements at and above threshold at CLIC},
  author={Katja Seidel and Frank Simon and Michael Tesar and St'ephane Poss},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  year={2013},
  volume={73},
  pages={1-13}
}
We present a study of the expected precision of the top quark mass determination, measured at a linear e+e− collider based on CLIC technology. GEANT4-based detector simulation and full event reconstruction including realistic physics and beam-induced background levels are used. Two different techniques to measure the top mass are studied: The direct reconstruction of the invariant mass of the top quark decay products and the measurement of the mass together with the strong coupling constant in… 

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