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Factorizing Theoretical Uncertainties from LHC Higgs Coupling Measurements

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I will present a new technique for Higgs coupling measurements, which decouples the poorly defined theoretical uncertainties associated to inclusive and exclusive cross section predictions. This will define an interface between the experimental and theoretical community and include a concrete suggestion what experiments should publish in the future. It simplifies the combination of multiple measurements and can be used in a more general setting. I will illustrate the approach with toy Higgs coupling measurements and a collection of new physics models. At the end, I will define a heuristic for the robustness of LHC measurements and new physics models to theoretical uncertainties.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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