Search Strategies for Higgs Bosons at High Energy e+e Colliders

  • Patricia R. Burchat
Part of the Ettore Majorana International Science Series book series (EMISS, volume 50)

Abstract

Search strategies for a minimal neutral Higgs boson at e + e colliders with center-of-mass (c.m.) energies in the range 200 GeV to 2 TeV are reviewed. In addition, search stategies for a charged Higgs boson and nonminimal neutral Higgs bosons are discussed for c.m. energies near 1 TeV. With sufficient luminosity, searches for charged or minimal neutral Higgs bosons at e + e colliders are sensitive to Higgs boson masses up to about 80% of the beam energy. However, there is a range of masses near the W ± or Z° mass which can probably only be covered with an e + e collider operating at a c.m. energy of about 300–400 GeV. For a limited range of masses, the nonminimal CP-even and CP-odd neutral Higgs bosons could be detected in e + e collisions.

Keywords

Higgs Boson Invariant Mass Higgs Boson Mass Standard Model Background Charged Higgs Boson 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • Patricia R. Burchat
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  1. 1.Santa Cruz Institute for Particle PhysicsUniversity of CaliforniaSanta CruzUSA

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