MicroBooNE Document 3826-v1

Studies on Resolving Injected Sterile Neutrino Oscillation Signals by Observing Muon Neutrino Disappearance with the Short Baseline Neutrino Program

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MicroBooNE-doc-3826-v1
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Davio Cianci
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Davio Cianci
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16 Oct 2014, 16:06
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This tech-note will demonstrate how the detector setup of the Short Baseline Program will expand the current limits in $\numu$ disappearance studies. The signal injection plots will both illustrate and heighten our understandings of the sensitivity plots shown in earlier studies. While the signal injection plots signify a great improvement, they also present the limitations in our approach to confidence level cuts, requiring a more statistical approach to account for the fluctuation of the best-fit point for signals in low-sensitivity regions of the neutrino oscillation parameter space.
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