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Temperature evolution of physical parameters in the Inert Doublet Model

By Dorota Sokolowska

Abstract

Inert Doublet Model is a minimal extension of the Standard Model with the second scalar doublet that may provide a Dark Matter candidate. In this paper we consider different variants of the evolution of the Universe after inflation, that lead towards the Inert phase today. We extend our previous analysis, in particular by discussing the co-existence of minima and providing numerical examples of the evolutions of the mass parameters for the different types of the history of the Universe. We take into account the existing constraints, including the relict density data.Comment: 16 pages, 14 pdf subfigure

Topics: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:arXiv.org:1104.3326
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