Difference: PhiS (r3 vs. r2)

\beta_s and \Delta\Gamma_s Determination from the UTfit group

We can obtain the values \beta_s and \Delta\Gamma_s using different sets of inputs:

  • all the information available ("Full fit" column).
  • using only information on the CKM angles \alpha, \beta, and \gamma ("Angles" column).
  • using all information from "Full fit" column except the CKM angles \alpha, \beta, \gamma ("No angles" column).

The numerical values and uncertainties of relevant input observables are the same as in the Standard Model Fit table.

The results of combination:

ParameterFull FitAngles onlyNo Angles
\beta_{s} [^{\circ}]1.073 \pm 0.0431.038 \pm 0.0541.137 \pm 0.090



Full Fit result for \,\beta_{s} [^{\circ}]

1.073 \pm 0.042
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Angles only for \,\beta_{s} [^{\circ}]

1.038 \pm 0.054
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No Angles for \,\beta_{s} [^{\circ}]

1.137 \pm 0.090
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