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The four site Higgsless model at the LHC

The four site Higgsless model at the LHC
The four site Higgsless model at the LHC
We consider the four-site Higgsless model, which predicts the existence of four charged and two neutral extra gauge bosons, W1,2± and Z1,2. In contrast to other Higgsless models, characterized by fermiophobic extra gauge bosons, here sizeable fermion-boson couplings are allowed by the electroweak precision data. We thus analyse the prospects of detecting the new predicted particles in the mostly favored Drell-Yan channel at the LHC.
2037-4895
809-811
Accomando, E.
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Curtis, S. De
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Dominici, D.
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Fedeli, L.
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Accomando, E.
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Curtis, S. De
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Dominici, D.
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Fedeli, L.
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Accomando, E., Curtis, S. De, Dominici, D. and Fedeli, L. (2008) The four site Higgsless model at the LHC. Il Nuovo Cimento B, 123 (6), 809-811. (doi:10.1393/ncb/i2008-10609-4).

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We consider the four-site Higgsless model, which predicts the existence of four charged and two neutral extra gauge bosons, W1,2± and Z1,2. In contrast to other Higgsless models, characterized by fermiophobic extra gauge bosons, here sizeable fermion-boson couplings are allowed by the electroweak precision data. We thus analyse the prospects of detecting the new predicted particles in the mostly favored Drell-Yan channel at the LHC.

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Published date: 2008

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/155017
ISSN: 2037-4895
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