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|As Contributors:||Anke Biekoetter · Tilman Plehn|
|Submitted by:||Biekoetter, Anke|
|Submitted to:||SciPost Physics|
|Subject area:||High-Energy Physics - Phenomenology|
We estimate the reach of global Higgs analyses at a 27 TeV hadron collider in terms of Higgs couplings and in terms of a gauge-invariant effective Lagrangian, including invisible Higgs decays and the Higgs self-coupling. The new collider will indirectly probe new physics in the TeV range and allow for a meaningful test of the Higgs self-coupling also embedded in a global analysis.
The authors have addressed satisfactorily all the questions in my previous report, and I therefore recommend the article for publication.
The authors addressed all the points raised in my first report.
They acknowledge that an analysis including operators with fermions would be advisable for the HE-LHC perspective, however I agree with them that it is beyond the scope of this paper.
For these reasons I recommend this paper for publication.