Since its discovery at Tevatron in 1995, the top quark has been studied with an increasing level of precision by the CDF and D0 experiments. However most of the measurements are still statistically limited and larger top samples are needed to open a window on new physics.
KeywordsInvariant Mass Electroweak Precision Pessimistic Case Gluon Fusion Mechanism Atlas Internal Note
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