Coverart for item
The Resource Study of the electroweak symmetry breaking sector for the LHC, Rafael Delgado López

Study of the electroweak symmetry breaking sector for the LHC, Rafael Delgado López

Label
Study of the electroweak symmetry breaking sector for the LHC
Title
Study of the electroweak symmetry breaking sector for the LHC
Statement of responsibility
Rafael Delgado López
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"In this dissertation, we revisit the prospects of a strongly interacting theory for the Electroweak Symmetry Breaking Sector of the Standard Model, after the discovery of a Higgs-like boson at 125GeV. As the LHC constrains new phenomena near the Higgs mass, it is natural to assume that the new scale is of order 1TeV. This mass gap might indicate strongly interacting new physics. This work is of quite general validity and model independence. With only a few parameters at the Lagrangian level, multiple channels (possibly with new physics resonances) are describable, and many BSM theories can be treated. It will be of interest to postgraduate students and researchers, and is accessible to newcomers in the field. Many calculations are given in full detail and there are ample graphical illustrations"--
Member of
Assigning source
Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
YDX
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
López, Rafael Delgado
Dewey number
539.7/544
Index
no index present
LC call number
QC794.8.E44
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Springer theses
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Electroweak interactions
  • Symmetry (Physics)
Label
Study of the electroweak symmetry breaking sector for the LHC, Rafael Delgado López
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Supervisor's Foreword; Abstract; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introduction; References; 2 Chiral EW Lagrangian; 2.1 Equivalence Theorem; 2.2 The Chiral Lagrangian and Its Parameterizations; 2.2.1 WBGB Scattering; 2.2.2 Coupling with gg; 2.2.3 Coupling with tt; References; 3 Scattering Amplitudes; 3.1 Generic form of the WBGB Scattering Amplitude and the Isospin Basis; 3.1.1 Decomposition of Elastic Scattering ww to ww; 3.1.2 Higgs -- Higgs Cross-Channel: ww to hh and hh to hh Amplitudes; 3.1.3 Other Channels: wz to wz
  • 3.2 LO and NLO Computation of Invariant Scattering Amplitudes3.2.1 ww Scattering; 3.2.2 2gamma Scattering; 3.2.3 tt in the Final State; 3.2.4 tt->tt Scattering Amplitude; 3.3 Partial Wave Decomposition; 3.3.1 ww Scattering; 3.3.2 gg Scattering Into and Out of the EWSBS; 3.3.3 tt in the Final State; 3.3.4 Validity Range of the Approximations; References; 4 Analytical Properties and Unitarization; 4.1 Unitarity Condition for Partial Waves; 4.2 Poles on the Analytical Continuation; 4.2.1 Spurious Resonances; 4.2.2 Numerical Search for Poles on the s-plane
  • 4.3 Unitarization Procedures for ww Scattering4.3.1 Dispersion Relations; 4.3.2 Inverse Amplitude Method; 4.3.3 N/D Method; 4.3.4 K-matrix and Improved K-matrix; 4.3.5 Summary of the Unitarization Methods and Their Range of Applicability; 4.4 Extensions of the ww Unitarization; 4.4.1 gg Scattering Without hh Channel (a2=b), J=0; 4.4.2 gg Scattering with hh Channel, J=0; 4.4.3 gg Scattering Without hh Channel (a2=b), J=2; 4.4.4 gg Scattering with hh Channel, J=2; 4.4.5 tt in the Final State Without hh Channel (a2=b), J=0; 4.4.6 tt in the Final State with hh Channel, J=0; References
  • B.2 Analysis of the Spinors of the tt->tt ProcessAppendix C Dimensional Regularization and Passarino -- Veltman Functions; Appendix D Several Proofs and Explanations; D.1 Integral over the Surface of a D-Dimensional Sphere; D.2 Integration of Legendre Polynomials; D.3 Integrals for the N/D Method; D.4 Comparison of Our Elastic ww Partial Waves with a Higgsless ECL Model; D.5 Concerns About the Applicability Conditions of the ET; Appendix E Feynman Diagrams for the Effective Lagrangian; E.1 ww Scattering, Isospin Basis, LO Coefficients; E.2 ww Scattering, Isospin Basis, NLO Coefficients
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319604978
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn992780284
Label
Study of the electroweak symmetry breaking sector for the LHC, Rafael Delgado López
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Supervisor's Foreword; Abstract; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introduction; References; 2 Chiral EW Lagrangian; 2.1 Equivalence Theorem; 2.2 The Chiral Lagrangian and Its Parameterizations; 2.2.1 WBGB Scattering; 2.2.2 Coupling with gg; 2.2.3 Coupling with tt; References; 3 Scattering Amplitudes; 3.1 Generic form of the WBGB Scattering Amplitude and the Isospin Basis; 3.1.1 Decomposition of Elastic Scattering ww to ww; 3.1.2 Higgs -- Higgs Cross-Channel: ww to hh and hh to hh Amplitudes; 3.1.3 Other Channels: wz to wz
  • 3.2 LO and NLO Computation of Invariant Scattering Amplitudes3.2.1 ww Scattering; 3.2.2 2gamma Scattering; 3.2.3 tt in the Final State; 3.2.4 tt->tt Scattering Amplitude; 3.3 Partial Wave Decomposition; 3.3.1 ww Scattering; 3.3.2 gg Scattering Into and Out of the EWSBS; 3.3.3 tt in the Final State; 3.3.4 Validity Range of the Approximations; References; 4 Analytical Properties and Unitarization; 4.1 Unitarity Condition for Partial Waves; 4.2 Poles on the Analytical Continuation; 4.2.1 Spurious Resonances; 4.2.2 Numerical Search for Poles on the s-plane
  • 4.3 Unitarization Procedures for ww Scattering4.3.1 Dispersion Relations; 4.3.2 Inverse Amplitude Method; 4.3.3 N/D Method; 4.3.4 K-matrix and Improved K-matrix; 4.3.5 Summary of the Unitarization Methods and Their Range of Applicability; 4.4 Extensions of the ww Unitarization; 4.4.1 gg Scattering Without hh Channel (a2=b), J=0; 4.4.2 gg Scattering with hh Channel, J=0; 4.4.3 gg Scattering Without hh Channel (a2=b), J=2; 4.4.4 gg Scattering with hh Channel, J=2; 4.4.5 tt in the Final State Without hh Channel (a2=b), J=0; 4.4.6 tt in the Final State with hh Channel, J=0; References
  • B.2 Analysis of the Spinors of the tt->tt ProcessAppendix C Dimensional Regularization and Passarino -- Veltman Functions; Appendix D Several Proofs and Explanations; D.1 Integral over the Surface of a D-Dimensional Sphere; D.2 Integration of Legendre Polynomials; D.3 Integrals for the N/D Method; D.4 Comparison of Our Elastic ww Partial Waves with a Higgsless ECL Model; D.5 Concerns About the Applicability Conditions of the ET; Appendix E Feynman Diagrams for the Effective Lagrangian; E.1 ww Scattering, Isospin Basis, LO Coefficients; E.2 ww Scattering, Isospin Basis, NLO Coefficients
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319604978
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn992780284

Library Locations

Processing Feedback ...