Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of HiggsCharacterisation


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04/04/13 16:49:29 (7 years ago)
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PriscilaAquino
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  • HiggsCharacterisation

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    1 == The Higgs Characterisation model ==
     1== The Higgs Characterization model ==
    22=== Authors ===
    33   * Priscila de Aquino & Kentarou Mawatari
    4       * VUB
    5       * paquino@vub.ac.be
     4      * Affiliation: Vrije Universiteit Brussel
     5      * Emails: paquino @ vub.ac.be & kentarou.mawatari @ vub.ac.be
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    88=== Description of the model ===
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    10 This is the model file for the characterization of a (125 GeV) resonance.  We present a general implementation of particles with different spin/parity coupling to the SM particles. This is a fictitious theory that contains the interactions of particles with different spin/parity that could lead for example to vector pair production.
     10This is the model file for the characterization of a (125 GeV) resonance.  We present a general implementation of particles with different spin/parity coupling to the SM particles.
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    1212Particles introduced within this model file: X0, X1 and X2.
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    14 * For requesting a 0+ particle, the user must choose ca=0;
    15 * For a 0- particle, ca=1.
     14* For requesting a 0+ particle, the user must choose ca=1;
     15* For a 0- particle, ca=0;
    1616* For a 1- particle, kfa, kv1, kv2, kv3 !=0;
    1717* For a 1+ particle, kfb, kv4, kv5 !=0;
    18 * For a 2+ with lower dimensional operators, kf, kv, ka, kg !=0;
    19 * For a 2+ with higher dimensional operators, kv1 !=0
    20 * For a 2- particle, kv2 != 0.
     18* For a 2+ with the lowest dimensional (dim-5) operators, kf, kv, ka, kg !=0;
     19* For a 2+ with higher dimensional (dim-7) operators, kv1, ka1, kg1 !=0
     20* For a 2- particle, kv2, ka2, kg2 != 0.
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    22 Notice that ca and sa stands for cos(alpha) and sin(alpha) and allows the user to have a mix 0- 0+ state.
     22Notice that ca (and sa) stands for cos[alpha] (and sin[alpha]) and allows the user to have a mix 0- 0+ state: X0 = cos[alpha] 0+ + sin[alpha] 0-
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    2424The present model file contains parts of the following existing FR model files:
    25 1) HEFT, author: C. Duhr
    26 2) Minimal Zprime, author: L. Basso
    27 3) RS, author: P. de Aquino
     25* 1) HEFT, author: C. Duhr
     26* 2) Minimal Zprime, author: L. Basso
     27* 3) RS, author: P. de Aquino
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    3131=== Version updates ===
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    33 * v1 - Added the term proportional to sa in the X0 lagrangian and modified the X2 HD lagrangian to be proportional to 1/Lambda^3
     33* v1.0 - Release version
     34* v1.1 - Added the CP-odd Yukawa terms in the X0 lagrangian and modified the X2 HD lagrangian to be proportional to 1/Lambda^3
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