Physics Motivation: measure Higgs Yukawa coupling to muons, which provides useful test for ratio of Yukawa coupling between 2nd/3rd generation leptons (with ); between 2nd generation lepton/quark (with ).
Search Channel: with at of 500 GeV.
Detector Benchmark: very sensitive to high momentum resolution/tracking efficiency, algorithm for isolated lepton tagging.
Two different works are ongoing or finish in soon.
final observable: precision on the cross section times branching ratio , branching ratio of .
intermediate observables: track momentum resolutions, muon pair invariant mass , event-by-event mass resolution which is calculable using the covariance matrix of momenta space.
Two muons are selected using IsolatedLeptonTagging (without and impact parameters) as the candidate. Various pre-cuts are applied to select signal and reject background. Further background rejection is done using TMVA(BDTG). Estimating the precision on is done using toy MC technique. In the signal process, two processes are mixed up: and via -fusion. These two should be separated in the end, but such separation is not considered in the analysis; it is beyond the scope of this analysis.
Some comparison between IDR-L and IDR-S in reconstructed particle level has done. More details can be found in my talk on 2019Apr03. All plots are left-handed beam polarization. All histograms are normalized to 1.
Overall distribution after BDTG score cut: and . IDR-L gives better performance in both variables.
Similar plot for "barrel category"; require both muons are in barrel region . is significantly better in IDR-L, as well.
Similar plot for "mixed category"; require one muon is in barrel region , and another is in endcap/forward region . is pretty much same in both detector model, but slightly better performance in IDR-L.
Only ~5% events are the case with both muons flying in endcap/forward region. We will not discuss here.
A toy MC technique is applied by using overall distribution after BDTG score cut to estimate the precision on . Two detector models and two beam polarization cases are considered. Next table shows the total remaining events in the full range (120 - 130 GeV) after BDTG score cut for each detector model and each beam polarization.
From the table above, and in the full range are pretty much same between IDR-L and IDR-S. The level of total background fluctuates due to limited number of MC statistics, thus, we can conclude that the background distribution and total number of backgrounds in full range are the same. For further analysis, we treat the background condition is common in IDR-L and IDR-S. We take the average number of and average slope in background modeling of IDR-L and IDR-S, for generating pesudo-background data. We perform toy MC using common parametrization for background, and evaluate the precision. Next table shows the final result of the precision on after 50000 times pseudo-experiments. The theoretical number is provided in addition which assumes 100% signal efficiency, no backgrounds, and no detector effects.
You can see my private overleaf project from here. The contents are only IDR-world.
Shin-ichi Kawada (DESY)
Reviewed by Ivanka Bozovic and Filip Zarnecki
GitHub repository: LINK
(1) DBD-world references
Branching ratio measurement of at the ILC [Talk at LCWS2017]
Impact of Momentum Resolution on Measurement [Talk at ILD Meeting 2018]
Branching ratio measurement of at the ILC [Talk at ALCW2018]
Prospects of measuring Higgs boson decays into muon pairs at the ILC [Talk at LCWS2018]
Shin-ichi Kawada, Jenny List, Mikael Berggren, "Branching ratio measurement of at the ILC" (LCWS2017 proceedings) [LINK]
Shin-ichi Kawada, Jenny List, Mikael Berggren, "Prospects of measuring Higgs boson decays into muon pairs at the ILC" (LCWS2018 proceedings) [LINK]
(2) IDR-world references
Talk at Wednesday ILD Analysis/Software Meeting [2018Oct10, 2018Nov21, 2019Jan30, 2019Apr03]
Status Report: Benchmark [Talk at ILD Benchmarking Days]
Status Report: Benchmark [Talk at ILD Benchmarking Days II]