Searches for Boosted Top Quarks at the LHC
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Many beyond the Standard Model theories predict massive new particles. The detection of such massive particles at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is very challenging. The heavy mass of these particles ensures their decay to boosted top quarks. Thus, the search for boosted top quarks allows the detection for these particles. We have studied the phenomenology of massive first Kaluza Klein mode for the Higgs boson and the gluon decaying to top quarks in two classes of bulk Randall–Sundrum model. We show that such resonances are within the present reach of the LHC.
- 10.F. Mahmoudi, N. Manglani, K. Sridhar (2017). arXiv:1712.04966