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Abstract

In the past decade, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has probed a higher energy scale than ever before. Most models of physics beyond the standard model (BSM) predict the production of new heavy particles; the LHC results have excluded lower masses of such particles. This makes the high-mass regions especially interesting for current and future searches. In most BSM scenarios of interest, the new heavy resonances decay to standard model particles. In a subset of these models, the new particles have large couplings to the top quark, the and bosons, or the Higgs boson. The top quark and , , and Higgs bosons often decay to quarks, giving rise to jets of particles with substructure; event selection based on substructure is used to suppress standard model backgrounds. This review covers the key concepts in experimental searches based on the jet substructure and discusses recent results from the ATLAS and CMS experiments.

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