TOP AND HIGGS AT THE TEVATRON: Measurements, searches, prospects

Konigsberg, J.
August 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 531 Issue 1, p69
Academic Journal
In this paper we summarize the status of Top Quark Physics and of searches for the Standard Model Higgs at the Tevatron. Results from both the CDF and DO experiments are discussed and the prospects for the upcoming Run 2, in the year 2001, are outlined. Much work has been performed on these topics and due to the nature of these proceedings only a brief explanation can be offered here. For more details the reader should turn to the excellent sources listed in the reference section.


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