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We consider various constraints on Higgsless models of electroweak symmetry breaking based on a bulk SU(2)L×SU(2)R×U(1)B−L gauge group in warped space. First we show that the S parameter which is positive if fermions are localized on the Planck brane can be lowered (or made vanishing) by changing the localization of the light fermions. If the wave function… (More)

We calculate the tree-level oblique corrections to electroweak precision observables generated in higgless models of electroweak symmetry breaking with a 5D SU(2)L×SU(2)R ×U(1)B−L gauge group on a warped background. In the absence of brane induced kinetic terms (and equal left and right gauge couplings) we find the S parameter to be ∼ 1.15, while T ∼ U ∼ 0,… (More)

We consider extra dimensional descriptions of models where there are two separate strongly interacting sectors contributing to electroweak symmetry breaking (“topcolor” type models). In the extra dimensional picture there would be two separate (anti-de Sitter) bulks meeting on the Planck brane, with each bulk having its own corresponding IR (TeV) brane.… (More)

We present an example of a realistic Higgsless model that makes use of alternative SU(2)R assignments for the top and bottom quarks recently proposed by Agashe et al. which results in an enhanced custodial symmetry. Using these new representations reduces the deviations in the Zblb̄l coupling to ∼ 4% for a wide range of parameters, while this remaining… (More)

We consider a description of propagators for particle resonances which takes into account the quantum mechanical interference due to the width of two or more nearby states that have common decay channels, by incorporating the effects arising from the imaginary parts of the one-loop self-energies. Depending on the couplings to the common decay channels, the… (More)

- Giacomo Cacciapaglia, Csaba Csáki, Jamison Galloway, Guido Marandella, John Terning, Andreas Weiler
- 2008

We explore how to protect extra dimensional models from large flavor changing neutral currents by using bulk and brane flavor symmetries. We show that a GIM mechanism can be built in to warped space models such as Randall-Sundrum or composite Higgs models if flavor mixing is introduced via UV brane kinetic mixings for right handed quarks. We give a… (More)

We study the unique 6 dimensional orbifold with chiral fermions where a stable dark matter candidate is present due to Lorentz invariance on the orbifold, with no additional discrete symmetries imposed by hand. We propose a model of Universal Extra Dimensions where a scalar photon of few hundred GeV is a good candidate for dark matter. The spectrum of the… (More)

Models of Gauge-Higgs unification in extra dimensions offer a very elegant playground where one can study electroweak symmetry breaking. The nicest feature is that gauge symmetry itself protects the Higgs potential from divergences, thus potentially curing the hierarchy problem in the Standard Model. In a flat space model tree-level contributions to… (More)

- Giacomo Cacciapaglia, Aldo Deandrea, Michio Hashimoto
- Physical review letters
- 2015

In view of the recent diboson resonant excesses reported by both ATLAS and CMS Collaborations, we suggest that a new weak singlet pseudoscalar particle η(WZ) may decay into two weak bosons while being produced in gluon fusion at the LHC. The couplings to the gauge bosons can arise from a Wess-Zumino-Witten anomaly term and thus we study an effective model… (More)

- Gaugephobic Higgs, Giacomo Cacciapaglia, Csaba Csáki, Guido Marandella, John Terning
- 2007

We present a class of models that contains Randall-Sundrum and Higgsless models as limiting cases. Over a wide range of the parameter space WW scattering is mainly unitarized by Kaluza-Klein partners of the W and Z, and the Higgs particle has suppressed couplings to the gauge bosons. Such a gaugephobic Higgs can be significantly lighter than the 114 GeV LEP… (More)