237 research outputs found

    Complete Multi-Representations of Sets in a Computable Measure Space

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    In a recent paper, two multi-representations for the measurable sets in a computable measure space have been introduced, which prove to be topologically complete w.r.t. certain topological properties. In this contribution, we show them recursively complete w.r.t. computability of measure and set-theoretical operations

    Probing the CP-Violation effects in the hττh\tau\tau coupling at the LHC

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    A new method used to calculate the neutrino for all major tau hadronic decay event by event at the LHC is presented. It is possible because nowadays better detector description is available. With the neutrino fully reconstructed, matrix element for each event can be calculated, the mass of the Higgs particle can also be calculated event by event with high precision. Based on these, the prospect of measuring the Higgs CP mixing angle with hττh\to\tau\tau decays at the LHC is analyzed. It is predicted that, with a detailed detector simulation, with 3 ab1^{-1} of data at s=13\sqrt{s}=13 TeV, a significant improvement of the measurement of the CP mixing angle to a precision of 5.25.2^\circ can be achieved at the LHC, which outperforms the sensitivity from lepton EDM searches up to date in the hττh\tau\tau coupling.Comment: 8 figures, 1 table; v2: more refs, adds more discussions, matches to the published versio

    Search for CP violation effects in the hττh\to \tau\tau decay with e+ee^+e^- colliders

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    A new method is proposed to reconstruct the neutrinos in the e+eZhe^+e^-\to Zh process followed by the hττh\to\tau\tau decay. With the help of a refined Higgs momentum reconstruction from the recoiling system and the impact parameters, high precision in the determination of the momentum of neutrinos can be achieved. The prospect of measuring the Higgs CP mixing angle with the hττh\to\tau\tau decay at future e+ee^+e^- colliders is studied with the new method. The analysis is based on a detailed detector simulation of the signal and backgrounds. The fully reconstructed neutrinos and also other visible products from the tau decay are used to build matrix element (ME) based CP observables. With 5 ab1ab^{-1} of data at ECM=250E_{\text{CM}}=250 GeV, a precision of 2.92.9^\circ can be achieved for the CP mixing angle with three main one-prong decay modes of the taus. The precision is found to be about 35\% better than the other methods.Comment: 12 pages, 8 figures, refs added, match to published versio

    Searching for the WγW \gamma decay of a charged Higgs boson

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    We study the prospects for charged Higgs boson searches in the WγW \gamma decay channel. This loop-induced decay channel can be important if the charged Higgs is fermiophobic, particularly when its mass is below the WZWZ threshold. We identify useful kinematic observables and evaluate the future Large Hadron Collider sensitivity to this channel using the custodial-fiveplet charged Higgs in the Georgi-Machacek model as a fermiophobic benchmark. We show that the LHC with 300~fb1^{-1} of data at 14~TeV will be able to exclude charged Higgs masses below about 130~GeV for almost any value of the SU(2)L_L-triplet vacuum expectation value in the model, and masses up to 200~GeV and beyond when the triplet vacuum expectation value is very small. We describe the signal simulation tools created for this analysis, which have been made publicly available.Comment: 32 pages, 12 figures and 4 tables; v2: references added, typo fixed, match the published versio

    Composite Dark Matter and Higgs

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    We investigate the possibility that Dark Matter arises as a composite state of a fundamental confining dynamics, together with the Higgs boson. We focus on the minimal SU(4)×\timesSU(4)/SU(4) model which has both a Dark Matter and a Higgs candidates arising as pseudo-Nambu-Goldstone bosons. At the same time, a simple underlying gauge-fermion theory can be defined providing an existence proof of, and useful constraints on, the effective field theory description. We focus on the parameter space where the Dark Matter candidate is mostly a gauge singlet. We present a complete calculation of its relic abundance and find preferred masses between 500 GeV to a few TeV. Direct Dark Matter detection already probes part of the parameter space, ruling out masses above 1 TeV, while Indirect Detection is relevant only if non-thermal production is assumed. The prospects for detection of the odd composite scalars at the LHC are also established.Comment: 54 pages, 10 figures; Typo fixed, figures improved, refs added et

    A Computable Version of the Daniell-Stone Theorem on Integration and Linear Functionals

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    AbstractFor every measure μ, the integral I:f↦∫fdμ is a linear functional on the set of real measurable functions. By the Daniell-Stone theorem, for every abstract integral Λ:F→R on a stone vector lattice F of real functions f:Ω→R there is a measure μ such that ∫fdμ=Λ(f) for all f∈F. In this paper we prove a computable version of this theorem