- 1. Overview
- 2. Higgs
- 3. Supersymmetry
- 4. Top Quark Physics
- 5. QCD and Two Photon Physics
- 6. Precision Electro-Weak Physics
- 7. Interaction Region
- 8. Tracking
- 9. Calorimetery
- 10. Muon Detector
- 11. Detector Magnet
- 12. Monte Calro Simulation Tools
- 13.
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- 1.1
*Parameters and Performances of the baseline JLC detector.* - 1.2
*Main Linac RF System.* - 1.3 Parameters for the JLC at 500 GeV.
- 1.4
*Energy scaling of parameters for (a) constant gradient and (b) constant active linac length. The numbers are the power of**W*_{cm}*. The luminosity(**) is not rigorous due to the change of pinch enhancement factor. Beamstrahlung energy loss and the number of beamstrahlung photons(**) are not rigorous due to the change of**.* - 2.1
*The coupling constant in the MSSM normalized by the corresponding coupling constant in the SM. In the Yukawa coupling for the CP-odd Higgs boson*(*A*)*, the fermion current is of the pseudo-scalar type.* - 2.2
*The expected number of signal and background events at the center of mass energy of 300 GeV, Higgs mass of 120 GeV and an integrated luminosity of 500 fb*^{-1}*which corresponds to several years JLC running.* - 2.3
*The simulation results for selection optimized for**at JLC**GeV: Number of events selected for 120 GeV. The SM Higgs cross-section and the branching ratio is used as an input. Event counts are normalized to**=500 fb*^{-1}*. Fusion process, which is helpful to increase the signal statistics, is not included in the analysis.* - 2.4
*The simulation results for selection optimized for**at JLC**GeV: Number of events selected for 120 GeV. The SM Higgs cross-section and the branching ratio is used as an input. Event counts are normalized to**=500 fb*^{-1}*.* - 2.5
*Accuracy in the branching ratio obtained in the analysis for**=500 fb*^{-1}*, and for 120 GeV Higgs. Note that the WW-fusion process, which increases the signal statistics significantly at higher energy, is not used in the analysis so far.* - 2.6
*Accuracy in the branching ratio obtained in the analysis for**=500 fb*^{-1}*, and for 140 GeV Higgs. Note that the WW-fusion process, which increases the signal statistics significantly at higher energy, is not used in the analysis so far.* - 2.7
*Accuracy at**300, 400 and 500 GeV with**=500 fb*^{-1}*for 120 GeV CP-even Higgs at JLC. The Higgs boson of SM-like is used as an input.* - 2.8
*The parameters**x**,**y**,**z**, and**u**in various models. Two choices of the parameters are shown for the Type I two Higgs doublet model.* - 2.9
*The errors of the double ratios for the 120 GeV SM Higgs boson due to the theoretical uncertainties of input parameters and experimental statistical errors (%) for JLC with an integrated luminosity of 500 fb*^{-1}*and**= 300 GeV. For theoretical errors, we take into account the uncertainty from the strong coupling constant and the bottom and charm quark masses as**,**,**.* - 2.10
*Detector parameters which are relevant to this analysis. Magnetic field of 2 T is used.* - 2.11
*Accuracy at**300, 400 and 500 GeV with**=500 fb*^{-1}*for 120 GeV CP-even Higgs at JLC. The Higgs boson of SM-like is used as an input.* - 3.1
*Predictions of different types of SUSY breaking models for gravitino, gaugino, and scalar masses.**(i=1,2,3 corresponds to**U*(1)*,**SU*(2)*and**SU*(3)*, respectively),**b*_{i}*are the coefficients of the**in the expansion of the**functions**for the coupling**g*_{i}*and**a*_{i}*are the coefficients of the corresponding expansion of the anomalous dimension. The coefficients**G*_{i}*are the squared gauge charges multiplied by various factors which depend on the loop contributions to the scalar masses in the different models.* - 3.2
*Comparison of the input and output values of the mixing angles in the chargino sector extracted from different chargino measurements for**[29].* - 3.3
*The input and output values of**and**for two input points for an integrated luminosity*1*ab*^{-1}*[29].* - 3.4
*Contributions (in fb) of different (light) chargino and neutralino production modes to multi-lepton signals in the case of**-couplings for point***A**of the five points studied[#!Ref:Ghosh3!#]:*,**,**, and**. The last column shows the SM background.* - 3.5
*Reconstruction of SUGRA parameters assuming universal masses.* - 3.6
*Reconstruction of SUGRA parameters with nonuniversal gaugino masses.* - 4.1
*The results of studies of sensitivities to the anomalous couplings expected in future experiments. For**e*^{+}*e*^{-}*linear colliders (LC), ``open top'' denotes the results of studies performed at**GeV.* - 4.2
*Simultaneous limits on dipole couplings combining data from polarizations**P*_{e}=0.9*and**P*_{e}=-0.9*, using separately**A*_{ud}*and**A*_{lr}*. Values of**and integrated luminosities as in the previous tables.* - 6.1
*Processes and couplings at tree level.* - 6.2
*The chiral couplings involved in the triple- and quartic-gauge-boson vertices. A**is shown if the corresponding coupling is involved in the vertices. The processes which are sensitive to the vertices are shown in the right-most column.* - 6.3
*Summary of sensitivities of various processes to anomalous couplings at the 95 % CL, assuming**GeV and 50 fb*^{-1}*integrated luminosity. In the table,**,**, and**.* - 7.1
*Pair backgrounds for 4cm**beam pipe at**B*=*2 and 3 Tesla for beam parameters of the basic JLC-A(95 bunches/train) and the high luminosity option of JLC-Y(190 bunches/train), where numbers are for 10 bunch crossings if there is no specification.* - 7.2
*Pair backgrounds for 2 and 3 cm**beam pipes at**B*=*3 Tesla for the JLC-A, where numbers correspond to 10 bunch crossings if there is no specification.* - 7.3
*Detector models and expected background hits per beam crossing: track density at the innermost layer (**r**=*24*mm) of vertex detector(VTX), a number of hits in the central tracker(CDC) by**and neutron, and an energy deposit in calorimeter(CAL), where models a) and b) are called as 2 T model and models c) and d) are called as 3 T model.* - 7.4
*Energy deposits in the luminosity monitor (LM) and active mask (AM) per 100 bunch crossings.* - 8.1
*Test Samples.* - 8.2
*Spatial resolution in**m.* - 8.3
*Vertical CTI improvements.* - 8.4
*Summary of residuals of Higgs events at IT and VTX position.* - 8.5
*Summary of spatial resolutions.* - 9.1
*Various contributions to the width of reconstructed**W**mass for the reaction**at**= 400 GeV.* - 9.2
*Parameters of the calorimeter system implemented into a full simulator. 2Tesla option is a revision of the previous large detector option, and 3Tesla option is a new detector design.* - 9.3
*Properties of various detector schemes for EM calorimetry.* - 9.4
*Energy resolutions and**ratios with and without acryl plates for 4 GeV/c electrons and pions.* - 9.5
*Pion rejection factors with the combinations of**R*_{PS2}*,**S**and**D**values.* - 10.1
*Material thickness of the detector at**. Those in front of the return yoke, in the return yoke itself, and the total thickness are listed.* - 12.1
*The total cross section at tree level**,**corrected total cross sections in the SM(**) and in the MSSM(**), respectively, at**200 and 500GeV.**shows the deviation of the MSSM results from the SM one in %.**k*_{c}*is set**.* - 12.2
*Detector components and its status defined in JIM.* - 13.1
*Major parameters of**collisions at JLC-I.* - 13.2
*Summary of luminosities of various LC options based on the JLC parameters.* - 13.3
*Parameters of the photon-photon collider based on JLC for**M*_{H}*=120 GeV.* - 13.4
*Effective cross sections and generated events with the luminosity distribution of the photon-photon collider.* - 13.5
*Tagging efficiencies and the number of events with 10fb*^{-1}*.* - 13.6
*Selection efficiencies and the number of events. The effects of the QCD corrections to**as background process are included.* - 13.7
*Tagging efficiencies and the number of events by the topological vertexing method.* - 13.8 The detection methods of Higgs bosons, which are strongly correlated with the dominant decay mode [47].
- 13.9
*Helicity dependence of the amplitudes for* - 13.10
*Precision required for the measurement of**cross-sections to distinguish between the different `proton' like models* - 13.11
*Precision required for the measurement of**cross-sections to distinguish between different formulations of the EMM and BKKS [100]* - 13.12
*Values of the parameters a,b,**of Eq. 13.29 obtained by numerical fits to the various model predictions.* - 13.13
*Requirements for the laser system*

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