Summary of Tevatron Top Mass Results - July 2016

This combination is documented in arXiv:1608.01881. Information about it can also be found on the Tevatron Electroweak Working Group page.

Summary of the Tevatron top mass measurements and their combination as of July 2016. We combine published results from Run-I (1992-1996) with the most recent preliminary and published Run-II (2001-present) measurements using up to whole data. Taking correlated uncertainties properly into account the resulting preliminary Tevatron average mass of the top quark is

Mtop = 174.30 ± 0.35 (stat) ± 0.54 (syst) GeV/c2

or summing the statistical and systematical uncertainties in quadrature
Mtop = 174.30 ± 0.65 (syst) GeV/c2

which corresponds to a relative uncertainty of 0.37%.

More information about the combination methos can be found in PRD 86 092003 .

References about the individual analyses contributing to this combination can be found from the CDF public page and D0 public page.

The previous combination (2014) can be found in arXiv:1407.2682.

A separate fit to determine the mass in each final state yields the results shown here. The top mass is consistent across all three channels.
The weight each analysis carries in the Tevatron combination is shown here.
Table with the input to the combination analysis information is shown here.
Table with the global correlations between input measurements.
Table with Summary of the Tevatron combined Mtop uncertainties.
Table with the The pull and weight for each of the inputs used to determine the Tevatron average mass of the top quark.
Table with the summary of the combination of the 12 measurements by CDF and DO in terms of four physical quantities, the mass of the top quark in the alljets, lepton+jets, dilepton and MET+jets decay channels.