A measurement of the Higgs boson mass is presented based on the combined data samples of the ATLAS and CMS experiments at the CERN LHC in the H → γγ and H → ZZ → 4ℓ decay channels. The results are obtained from a simultaneous fit to the reconstructed invariant mass peaks in the two channels and for the two experiments. The measured masses from the individual channels and the two experiments are found to be consistent among themselves. The combined measured mass of the Higgs boson is m_{H} = 125.09 $\pm$ 0.21 (stat.) $\pm$ 0.11 (syst.) GeV.
Figure 1: Scans of twice the negative loglikelihood ratio 2lnΛ(m_{H}) as functions of the Higgs boson mass m_{H} for the ATLAS and CMS combination of the H → γγ (red), H → ZZ → 4ℓ (blue), and combined (black) channels. The dashed curves show the results accounting for statistical uncertainties only, with all nuisance parameters associated with systematic uncertainties fixed to their bestfit values. The 1 and 2 standard deviation limits are indicated by the intersections of the horizontal lines at 1 and 4, respectively, with the loglikelihood scan curves. 
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Figure 2: Summary of Higgs boson mass measurements from the individual analyses of ATLAS and CMS and from the combined analysis presented here. The systematic (narrower, magentashaded bands), statistical (wider, yellowshaded bands), and total (black error bars) uncertainties are indicated. The (red) vertical line and corresponding (gray) shaded column indicate the central value and the total uncertainty of the combined measurement, respectively. 
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Figure 3: The impacts δm_{H} (see text) of the nuisance parameter groups in Table 1 on the ATLAS (left), CMS (center), and combined (right) mass measurement uncertainty. The observed (expected) results are shown by the solid (empty) bars. 
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Figure 4: Summary of likelihood scans in the 2D plane of signal strength μ versus Higgs boson mass m_{H} for the ATLAS and CMS experiments. The 68% CL confidence regions of the individual measurements are shown by the dashed curves and of the overall combination by the solid curve. The markers indicate the respective bestfit values. The SM signal strength is indicated by the horizontal line at μ=1. 
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Table 1: Systematic uncertainties δm_{H} (see text) associated with the indicated effects for each of the four input channels, and the corresponding contributions of ATLAS and CMS to the systematic uncertainties of the combined result. "ECAL" refers to the electromagnetic calorimeters. The numbers in parentheses indicate expected values obtained from the prefit Asimov data set discussed in the text. The uncertainties for the combined result are related to the values of the individual channels through the relative weight of the individual channel in the combination, which is proportional to the inverse of the respective uncertainty squared. The top section of the table divides the sources of systematic uncertainty into three classes, which are discussed in the text. The bottom section of the table shows the total systematic uncertainties estimated by adding the individual contributions in quadrature, the total systematic uncertainties evaluated using the nominal method discussed in the text, the statistical uncertainties, the total uncertainties, and the analysis weights, illustrative of the relative weight of each channel in the combined m_{H} measurement. 
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Figure 1a: Summary of (a) Higgs boson mass measurements from the individual analyses of ATLAS and CMS, and from the combined measurements; (b) Higgs boson mass measurement results from individual analyses; (c) Combined Higgs boson mass measured from each experiment; (d) Combined Higgs boson mass measured from each decay channel. The systematic (narrower, magentashaded bands), statistical (wider, yellowshaded bands), and total (black error bars) uncertainties are indicated. The (red) vertical line and corresponding (gray) shaded column indicate the central value and the total uncertainty of the combined measurement, respectively. 
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Figure 1b: Summary of (a) Higgs boson mass measurements from the individual analyses of ATLAS and CMS, and from the combined measurements; (b) Higgs boson mass measurement results from individual analyses; (c) Combined Higgs boson mass measured from each experiment; (d) Combined Higgs boson mass measured from each decay channel. The systematic (narrower, magentashaded bands), statistical (wider, yellowshaded bands), and total (black error bars) uncertainties are indicated. The (red) vertical line and corresponding (gray) shaded column indicate the central value and the total uncertainty of the combined measurement, respectively. 
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Figure 1c: Summary of (a) Higgs boson mass measurements from the individual analyses of ATLAS and CMS, and from the combined measurements; (b) Higgs boson mass measurement results from individual analyses; (c) Combined Higgs boson mass measured from each experiment; (d) Combined Higgs boson mass measured from each decay channel. The systematic (narrower, magentashaded bands), statistical (wider, yellowshaded bands), and total (black error bars) uncertainties are indicated. The (red) vertical line and corresponding (gray) shaded column indicate the central value and the total uncertainty of the combined measurement, respectively. 
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Figure 1d: Summary of (a) Higgs boson mass measurements from the individual analyses of ATLAS and CMS, and from the combined measurements; (b) Higgs boson mass measurement results from individual analyses; (c) Combined Higgs boson mass measured from each experiment; (d) Combined Higgs boson mass measured from each decay channel. The systematic (narrower, magentashaded bands), statistical (wider, yellowshaded bands), and total (black error bars) uncertainties are indicated. The (red) vertical line and corresponding (gray) shaded column indicate the central value and the total uncertainty of the combined measurement, respectively. 
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Figure 2a: Likelihood curves for the Higgs boson mass m_{H} measured in the H → γγ (a) and H → ZZ → 4ℓ (b) channels by the ATLAS (red) and CMS (blue) experiments, and their combination (black). The dashed curves reflect the statistical components of the uncertainties. 
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Figure 2b: Likelihood curves for the Higgs boson mass m_{H} measured in the H → γγ (a) and H → ZZ → 4ℓ (b) channels by the ATLAS (red) and CMS (blue) experiments, and their combination (black). The dashed curves reflect the statistical components of the uncertainties. 
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Figure 3: Summary of likelihood scans in the 2D plane of signal strength μ versus Higgs boson mass m_{H} for the H → γγ (red) and H → ZZ → 4ℓ (blue) channels, and their combination (black). The 68% and 95% CL confidence regions of the individual measurements are shown by the solid and dashed curves, respectively. The markers indicate the respective bestfit values. The SM signal strength is indicated by the horizontal line at μ=1. 
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Figure 4: Summary of likelihood scans in the 2D plane of the normalized signal yield S ≡ σ / σ_{SM} (m_{H} = 125.09 GeV) versus Higgs boson mass m_{H} for the ATLAS and CMS experiments. S is similar to the signal strength μ ≡ σ/σ_{SM}(m_{H}), except the m_{H}dependence of the expected SM event yield that enters into the denominator, principally for the H → ZZ → 4ℓ channel, is removed by fixing m_{H} to the combined bestfit mass. The 68% CL confidence regions of the individual measurements are shown by the dashed curves and of the overall combination by the solid curve. The markers indicate the respective bestfit values. The fitted signal yield is observed to be independent of the measured mass. The SM signal strength is indicated by the horizontal line at μ=1. 
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Figure 5: Likelihood curves for the mass difference, Δm_{γZ} ≡ m_{H}^{γγ}m_{H}^{4ℓ}, for the ATLAS (red) and CMS (blue) experiments, and their combination (black). The common signal strength parameters μ_{ggF+ttH}^{γγ}, μ_{VBF+VH}^{γγ}, and μ^{4ℓ} are allowed to vary independently. The tension between two channels is evaluated to be 2.0σ in ATLAS experiment, 1.6σ in CMS experiment, and within 1σ (0.2σ) in the full combination. 
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Figure 6: Likelihood curves for the mass difference, Δm^{exp} ≡ m_{H}^{ATLAS}m_{H}^{CMS}, for the H → γγ (red) and H → ZZ → 4ℓ (blue) channels, and their combination (black). The signal strength parameters μ_{ggF+ttH}^{γγ}, μ_{VBF+VH}^{γγ}, and μ^{4ℓ} are allowed to vary independently. The tension between two experiments is evaluated to be 2.1σ in H → γγ channel, 1.3σ in H → ZZ → 4ℓ channel, and within 1σ (0.8σ) in the full combination. 
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Figure 7: Summary of likelihood scan in the 2D plane of the mass differences between two experiments, Δm^{exp} ≡ m_{H}^{ATLAS}m_{H}^{CMS}, and between two channels, Δm^{γZ} ≡ m_{H}^{γγ}m_{H}^{4ℓ}. The 68% and 95% CL confidence regions are shown by the solid and dashed curves, respectively. The marker indicates the bestfit values. 
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Table 1: Systematic uncertainties δm_{H} (see text) associated with the indicated effects for ATLAS, CMS, and the combined result. The numbers in parentheses indicate expected values obtained from the prefit Asimov data set discussed in the text. The top section of the table divides the sources of systematic uncertainty into three classes, which are discussed in the text. The bottom section of the table shows the total systematic uncertainties estimated by adding the individual contributions in quadrature, the total systematic uncertainties evaluated using the nominal method discussed in the text, the statistical uncertainties, the total uncertainties, and the analysis weights, illustrative of the relative weight of each experiment in the combined m_{H} measurement. 
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