## Scale-Invariant Resonance Tagging in Multijet Final States    [PDF]

Juan Rojo
In this contribution, we study the resonant pair production of heavy particles in hadronic final states using jet substructure techniques. We discuss a recently proposed resonance tagging strategy, which interpolates between the highly boosted and fully resolved regimes, leading to uniform signal efficiencies and background rejection rates for a broad range of masses. With this method, one can efficiently replace independent experimental searches, based on different final state topologies, with a single common analysis. We show using this strategy that the LHC has sensitivity to the enhanced resonant production of Higgs boson pairs decaying into $b\bar{b}$ pairs in generic New Physics scenarios.
View original: http://arxiv.org/abs/1306.6219