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Partial combinations of results ($C_1$, $C_1$ and $C_3$)

With this third reweighting, the resulting p.d.f. looses finally sign ambiguities, and becomes rather narrow, with respect to the initial space of possibilities. The 3-D plot is shown in Fig. 6.

Figure: Probability density function and contour plot $f(\bar {\rho}, \bar{\eta}\,\vert\,C1,C2,C3)$ obtained by the constraint given by $\left \vert \frac{V_{ub}}{V_{cb}} \right \vert$, $\bar{\eta}$ and $\Delta m_d$ (see remarks in text and in caption of Fig. 1 about the interpretation of the contour plot).
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At this point we can evaluate expected value and standard uncertainty of the quantities of interest:
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Giulio D'Agostini 2004-01-20