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v4 v5 11 11 12 12 13 === Description of the model and references===13 === Description of the model === 14 14 15 Minimal Walking Technicolor (MWT) is an extension of the Standard Model featuring a new strong sector based on a new gauge group SU(2) technicolor with a doublet of Dirac fermions in the adjoint representation. 15 Minimal Walking Technicolor (MWT) is an extension of the Standard Model featuring a new strong sector based on a new gauge group SU(2) technicolor with a doublet of Dirac fermions in the adjoint representation. Next to Minimal Walking Technicolor (NMWT) is a similar extension, but based the gauge group SU(3) technicolor with a doublet of Dirac fermions in the twoindex symmetric representation. 16 16 17 Next to Minimal Walking Technicolor (NMWT) is a similar extension, but based the gauge group SU(3) technicolor with a doublet of Dirac fermions in the twoindex symmetric representation.17 Our implementation makes use of the effective lowenergy model containing scalars, pseudoscalars, vector mesons and other fields predicted by the models. The implemented model is the simplest one, which contains only the composite states, which are expected to be the most important for collider phenomenology. These are the composite Higgs, and the vector and axial spinone resonances. For these states the effective theories of MWT and NMWT coincide. 18 18 19 Our implementation makes use of the effective lowenergy model containing scalars, pseudoscalars, vector mesons and other fields predicted by the models. The implemented model is the simplest one, which contains only the composite states, which are expected to be the most important for collider phenomenology. These are the composite Higgs, and the vector and axial spinone resonances. For these states the effective theories of MWT and NMWT coincide. 19 20 === References === 20 21 21 22 * Phys. Rev. D 71, 051901 (2005) [http://arxiv.org/abs/hepph/0405209]  F. Sannino and K. Tuominen, ''Orientifold Theory Dynamics and Symmetry Breaking''. Note that the original name was ''Techniorientifold'' … … 38 39 * [http://www.slac.stanford.edu/spires/find/hep/www?rawcmd=FIND+T+SUSY+LES+HOUCHES+and+j+JHEP&FORMAT=www&SEQUENCE= JHEP 0407 (2004) 36]: P. Skands ''et al,'', ''SUSY Les Houches accord: Interfacing SUSY spectrum calculators, decay packages, and event generators'' ''.'' 39 40 * [http://www.slac.stanford.edu/spires/find/hep/www?rawcmd=FIND+T+SUSY+LES+HOUCHES+and+j+comput+phys+commun&FORMAT=www&SEQUENCE= Comput.Phys.Commun.180 (2009) 8]: B. C. Allanach ''et al,'', ''SUSY Les Houches Accord 2.'' 40 === Model files & extensions === 41 42 43 === Model files and extensions === 41 44 42 45 '''The MSSM implementation:''' 43 * Main !FeynRules files (as a tarball): [/attachment/wiki/MSSM/susy1.0.1.tgz susy1.0.1.tgz (05.07.09)].46 * Main !FeynRules files: [/attachment/wiki/MSSM/susy1.0.1.tgz susy1.0.1.tgz (05.07.09)]. 44 47 * Example of parameter file: [/attachment/wiki/MSSM/FRT_paramcard.dat SPS 1a], with the corresponding [/attachment/wiki/MSSM/sps1a.rst restriction file]. 45 48 * Parameter file translator, SLHA format!FeynRules format: [/attachment/wiki/MSSM/translator1.1.8.tgz Translator1.1.8]. … … 50 53 * Most general Rparity violating Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model, 51 54 * Most general nexttoMinimal Supersymmetric Standard Model. 55 56 52 57 === Instructions === 53 58 … … 58 63 * The flag __$CKMDiag__ can be set to the value __True__ or __False__, allowing for a CKM matrix different from the identity or not (this can also be done through a possible restriction file), 59 64 * A parameter file __must__ be loaded before running the model, or all the parameters would have a value of 1 (__ReadLHAFile[Input>"myfile"]__). 65 66 60 67 === Interfaces === 61 68 Here are the output files obtained for SPS1a after using the various translation interfaces and the example notebook given above.The prefix __sps1a__ in the filename means the use of a __sps1a__ restriction file to remove all the zero elements of the mixing matrices from the vertices. … … 65 72 * '''CalcHEP''': [/attachment/wiki/MSSM/ch.tgz ch.tgz (12.06.09)], [/attachment/wiki/MSSM/sps1a.ch.tgz sps1a.ch.tgz (08.07.09)]. 66 73 * '''SHERPA''': not available yet. 74 75 67 76 === Validation === 68 77