Experimental Searches for the Higgs Particle in High Energy Collisions
We look at the potential for discovery of the Higgs Particle at the SSC. As a function of the Higgs mass, different search strategies will be necessary, leading to different experimental challenges. We look at some of these experimental issues.
KeywordsInvariant Mass Gauge Boson Charged Lepton Higgs Decay Background Rejection
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