Higgs factories based on e+e- colliders have the potential to measure the complete profile of the Higgs boson at a level of precision that goes qualitatively beyond the expect capabilities of the LHC. This talk will review the program of Higgs boson coupling measurements expected from the International Linear Collider, including the most recent updates. These measurements span the range of e+e- CM energies from 250 GeV to 1 TeV, and include precision measurements of the top quark Yukawa coupling and the Higgs self-coupling.
|First author||Alain Bellerive|
|Collaboration / Activity||ILC IDT WG3|