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# Overview

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# Understanding the KLFitter performance in ttbar events

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The studies to be carried out (and those already completed) are included in this twiki:

# 1. Understanding the KLFitter performance in ttbar events

## How often do we give the correct jets to KLFitter?

KLFitter runs over the permutations of the 4 jets that we specify it should use: currently the 4 highest pT jets. The assumption we make is that these are the 3 jets from the hadronic top and one from the leptonic top. However, it is perfectly possible that one of these jets is the 5th or 6th jet in order of pT. In this case we have given one or more "non-ttbar" jets to the fitter and so the fitter will never find the correct permutation. This results in a low efficiency overall. Aim: to measure the efficiency that first 4 jets are actually the ttbar jets that we want:

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# 3. Understanding the ttH analysis strategy through review of the Run-1 publication

For the first results, the 13TeV ttH analysis will follow the Run-1 ttH analysis very closely. Therefore, having a very thorough understanding of the 8TeV analysis is crucial for successfully completing the tasks outlined in your thesis plan. For this reason, we recommended studying the 8TeV ttH analysis very carefully. Having carried out this review, you will be able to give a presentation about ttH analysis in a Glasgow ATLAS meeting.

## List of questions to answer

Here is a list of questions designed to guide you to what are the most important points to understand about the analysis: TTH_Questions.pdf

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# Overview

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• Change the jets used by KLFitter to perform the reconstruction by requiring that is using one or two b-jets for example (investigate the different possibilities)
• Find the reconstruction efficiency as you did before and compare with the results of using KLFitter in the default configuration.
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### Efficiency of reconstructing the rest of the event

Now you have measured the efficiency of reconstructing the hadronic top correctly, you can do the same for the leptonic top and for both:

• What is the efficiency for reconstructing the leptonic top in the events?
• What is the efficiency for reconstructing both the hadronic and leptonic tops?

### Reconstruction efficiency in ttH events

We would like to know what the efficiency of reconstructing the tops in ttH events using exactly the same KLFitter technique as you did in ttbar:

• What is the reconstruction efficiency for the hadronic top in these events
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We currently use the leading 4 jets (in order of pT) as input to KLFitter. Are there other sets of 4 jets which would give us a higher efficiency for 4 matches (as measured above)? For example, we could give priority to b-tagged jets. To do this we will select events with b-tags, so first we must look at the change in 4-match efficiency when we change the selection.

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• Calculate the efficiency of having all 4 jets matching a decay product from the top.
• Calculate the efficiency of 3 matches, 2 matches, 1 match and no matches.

## Is there a better set of jets to give to KLFitter?

We currently use the leading 4 jets (in order of pT) as input to KLFitter. Are there other sets of 4 jets which would give us a higher efficiency for 4 matches (as measured above). Repeat the study above for different set of 4 jets, e.g.

• 1 leading (in pT) b-tagged jet + 3 more jets (highest in pT, b-tagged on not)
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