Posted: Nov 15, 2012 1:13 pm
by lpetrich
RÉSONAANCES: Higgs: what's new
Higgs at HCP2011 « viXra log
Higgs Results at Kyoto | Of Particular Significance
Summary of New Higgs Results | Of Particular Significance
Higgs: New ATLAS And CMS Results
CMS And ATLAS: Higgs To Tau Pairs!

The putative Higgs particle's mass is around 126 GeV with uncertainties around 0.4 GeV.

Nothing new on Higgs -> photon-photon or Higgs -> ZZ -> 4-charged-lepton

However, we have some results on some other decays.

Higgs -> tau-tau
ATLAS: 0.7 +- 0.7 Standard Model
CMS: 0.72 +- 0.52 SM
(Quantum Diaries)

Higgs -> bottom-bottom
ATLAS: "large negative fluctuation"
CMS: 1.3 - 0.6 + 0.7 SM
(Résonaances)

Also a test of spin-parity: 0+ (SM prediction) vs. 0-: better fit to 0+ by about 2.5 standard deviations.
(Quantum Diaries, Of Particular Significance)

To sum up, the putative Higgs particle is even more like the Standard-Model Higgs particle than had been reported earlier.