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Probing the Higgs Boson with Vector-Boson Scattering

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We suggest the combination of  several  observables which provides  sensitivity to  the ratio of the longitudinal versus transverse polarizations of the W and Z-bosons in the vector-boson scattering processes. Therefore, the analysis we present also provides the sensitivity to the Higgs boson couplings to the gauge bosons and consequently to the theory underlying the Higgs sector. We conclude that the analysis of vector boson fusion provides a model independent and robust method to study the  Higgs boson couplings to the gauge bosons.

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