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Título: Reappraisal of the wrong-sign HBB¯ coupling and the study of h→Zγ
Autor: Fontes, Duarte
Romão, J. C.
Silva, João Paulo
Palavras-chave: Higgs Doublet Model
Standard Model
Atlas Detector
PP Collisions
8 TEV
Boson
Search
LHC
Root -S=7
Photon
Data: Jul-2014
Editora: Amer Physical Society
Citação: FONTES, Duarte; ROMÃO, J. C.; SILVA, João Paulo . Reappraisal of the wrong-sign HBB¯ coupling and the study of h→Zγ. Physical Review D. ISSN: 1550-7998. Vol. 90, nr. 1 (2014), Art. nr. 015021
Relatório da Série N.º: 015021
Resumo: It has been pointed out recently that current experiments still allow for a two Higgs doublet model where the hbb¯ coupling (kDmb/v) is negative; a sign opposite to that of the Standard Model. Due to the importance of delayed decoupling in the hH+H− coupling, h→γγ improved measurements will have a strong impact on this issue. For the same reason, measurements or even bounds on h→Zγ are potentially interesting. In this article, we revisit this problem, highlighting the crucial importance of h→VV, which can be understood with simple arguments. We show that the impacts on kD<0 models of both h→bb¯ and h→τ+τ− are very sensitive to input values for the gluon fusion production mechanism; in contrast, h→γγ and h→Zγ are not. We also inquire if the search for h→Zγ and its interplay with h→γγ will impact the sign of the hbb¯ coupling. Finally, we study these issues in the context of the flipped two Higgs doublet model.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.21/4988
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.90.015021
ISSN: 1550-7998
1550-2368
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