# NLO Higgs effective field theory and κ-framework

@article{Ghezzi2015NLOHE,
title={NLO Higgs effective field theory and $\kappa$-framework},
author={Margherita Ghezzi and Raquel Gomez-Ambrosio and Giampiero Passarino and Sandro Uccirati},
journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
year={2015},
volume={2015},
pages={1-149}
}
• Published 14 May 2015
• Physics
• Journal of High Energy Physics
A bstractA consistent framework for studying Standard Model deviations is developed. It assumes that New Physics becomes relevant at some scale beyond the present experimental reach and uses the Effective Field Theory approach by adding higher-dimensional operators to the Standard Model Lagrangian and by computing relevant processes at the next-to-leading order, extending the original κ -framework. The generalized κ -framework provides a useful technical tool to decompose amplitudes at NLO…
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