$> 1065$ 
95 
^{ 1} 

ATLS 
$> 780$ 
95 
^{ 1} 

ATLS 
$\bf{> 410}$ 
95 
^{ 2} 

ATLS 
• • • We do not use the following data for averages, fits, limits, etc. • • • 
$> 89$ 
95 
^{ 3} 

OPAL 
$> 92$ 
95 
^{ 4} 

DLPH 
^{1}
AABOUD 2018Z searched in 36.1 ${\mathrm {fb}}{}^{1}$ of ${{\mathit p}}{{\mathit p}}$ collisions at $\sqrt {s }$ = 13 TeV for events containing four or more charged leptons (electrons, muons and up to two hadronically decaying taus). No significant deviation from the expected SM background is observed. Limits are set on the Higgsino mass in simplified models of general gauge mediated supersymmetry Tn1n1A/Tn1n1B/Tn1n1C, see their Figure 9. Limits are also set on the wino, slepton, sneutrino and gluino mass in a simplified model of NLSP pair production with Rparity violating decays of the LSP via ${{\mathit \lambda}_{{12k}}}$ or ${{\mathit \lambda}_{{i33}}}$ to charged leptons, see their Figures 7, 8.

^{2}
AAD 2014X searched in 20.3 fb${}^{1}$ of ${{\mathit p}}{{\mathit p}}$ collisions at $\sqrt {s }$ = 8 TeV for events with at least four leptons (electrons, muons, taus) in the final state. No significant excess above the Standard Model expectations is observed. Limits are set on the slepton mass in an Rparity violating simplified model where the decay ${{\widetilde{\mathit \ell}}}$ $\rightarrow$ ${{\mathit \ell}}{{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{1}}^{0}}$ , with ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{1}}^{0}}$ $\rightarrow$ ${{\mathit \ell}^{\pm}}{{\mathit \ell}^{\mp}}{{\mathit \nu}}$ , takes place with a branching ratio of 100$\%$, see Fig. 9.

^{3}
ABBIENDI 2004F use data from $\sqrt {s }$ = $189  209$~GeV. They derive limits on sparticle masses under the assumption of RPV with ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ or ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit Q}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ couplings. The results are valid for tan ${{\mathit \beta}}$ = 1.5, ${{\mathit \mu}}$ = $200$~GeV, with, in addition, $\Delta \mathit m$ $>$ 5~GeV for indirect decays via ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit Q}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ . The limit quoted applies to direct decays via ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ or ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit Q}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ couplings. For indirect decays, the limits on the ${{\widetilde{\mathit e}}_{{R}}}$ mass are respectively 99 and 92~GeV for ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ and ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit Q}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ couplings and ${\mathit m}_{{{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}^{0}}}$ = 10~GeV and degrade slightly for larger ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{1}}^{0}}$ mass. Supersedes the results of ABBIENDI 2000 .

^{4}
ABDALLAH 2004M use data from $\sqrt {s }$ = $192  208$~GeV to derive limits on sparticle masses under the assumption of RPV with ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ or ${{\overline{\mathit U}}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ couplings. The results are valid for ${{\mathit \mu}}$ = $200$~GeV, tan ${{\mathit \beta}}$ = 1.5, $\Delta \mathit m$ $>$ 5~GeV and assuming a BR of 1 for the given decay. The limit quoted is for indirect ${{\overline{\mathit U}}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ decays using the neutralino constraint of 39.5 GeV for ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ and of 38.0 GeV for ${{\overline{\mathit U}}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ couplings, also derived in ABDALLAH 2004M. For indirect decays via ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ the limit improves to 95 GeV if the constraint from the neutralino is used and to 94 GeV if it is not used. For indirect decays via ${{\overline{\mathit U}}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ couplings it remains unchanged when the neutralino constraint is not used. Supersedes the result of ABREU 2000U.

