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Anomalous Quartic Gauge Couplings from Six Quark Production

Authors
  • Schmidt, Erik
  • Beyer, Michael
  • Schroeder, Henning
Type
Preprint
Publication Date
Aug 20, 2009
Submission Date
Aug 20, 2009
Source
arXiv
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Abstract

The absence of a light Higgs boson causes vector boson couplings to become strong at 1 TeV. A general framework for a systematic and consistent treatment is provided by effective theories of electroweak symmetry breaking. Already in next-to-leading order there appear quartic gauge couplings that go beyond the standard model and are hence called anomalous. We investigate intermediate three gauge boson states $W^+W^- Z$ and $ZZZ$ occurring in six quark production in electron positron collisions under the conditions of the International Linear Collider. We perform a sensitivity analysis of the relevant anomalous quartic gauge couplings presenting their expected limits.

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