Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of StandardModel


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02/16/10 10:25:10 (10 years ago)
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     3== The Standard Model ==
     4=== Authors ===
     5   * Claude Duhr
     6      * Université catholique de Louvain
     7      * claude.duhr@uclouvain.be
     8   * Neil Christensen
     9      * Michigan State University
     10      * neil@pa.msu.edu
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     12=== Model Files ===
     13   * [http://europa.fyma.ucl.ac.be/~duhr/twiki/pub/Main/StandardModel/SM.fr SM.fr]: This is the main file.
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     15=== Model Restrictions ===
     16   * [http://europa.fyma.ucl.ac.be/~duhr/twiki/pub/Main/StandardModel/Massless.rst Massless.rst]: Only the top, bottom and charm quarks, and the tau lepton are massive.
     17   * [http://europa.fyma.ucl.ac.be/~duhr/twiki/pub/Main/StandardModel/DiagonalCKM.rst DiagonalCKM.rst]: The CKM maktrix is diagonal.
     18   * [http://europa.fyma.ucl.ac.be/~duhr/twiki/pub/Main/StandardModel/Cabibbo.rst Cabibbo.rst]: 3rd generation mixing is off.
     19=== Instructions ===
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     21The Standard Model (SM) is implemented in both Feynman and unitary gauge. A switch ' {{{FeynmanGauge}}} ' has been created. To switch between the two simply set {{{FeynmanGauge }}} True/False= inside your mathematica notebook after loading the model but before doing any calculations with it (finding vertices for example.) {{{FeynmanGauge}}} is set to {{{False}}} by default.
     22=== Examples ===
     23   * [http://europa.fyma.ucl.ac.be/~duhr/twiki/pub/Main/StandardModel/SM.nb SM.nb]: This is an example Mathematica® notebook that loads SM.fr and calculates Feynman rules.
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     25=== Interfaces ===
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     27This model implementation is known to work with the following interfaces:
     28   * [:FeynArtsInterface:FeynArts Interface]
     29   * [:MadGraphInterface:MadGraph Interface]
     30   * [:CalcHEPInterface:CalcHEP/CompHEP]
     31   * [:SherpaInterface:Sherpa]
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     33Mathematica is a registered trademark of Wolfram Research, Inc.
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