A model-independent analysis of $b \to s \mu^{+} \mu^{-}$ transitions with GAMBIT's FlavBit

@article{Bhom2020AMA,
  title={A model-independent analysis of \$b \to s \mu^\{+\} \mu^\{-\}\$ transitions with GAMBIT's FlavBit},
  author={Jihyun Bhom and M. Chrząszcz and Farvah Mahmoudi and M. T. Prim and Pat Scott and Marc C. White},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2020}
}
The search for flavour-changing neutral current effects in $B$-meson decays is a powerful probe of physics beyond the Standard Model. Deviations from SM behaviour are often quantified by extracting the preferred values of the Wilson coefficients of an operator product expansion. We use the FlavBit module of the GAMBIT package to perform a simultaneous global fit of the Wilson coefficients $C_7$, $C_9$, and $C_{10}$ using a combination of all current data on $b \to s \mu^{+} \mu^{-}$ transitions… 
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