Proposal for the validation of Monte Carlo implementations of the standard model effective field theory

@article{Durieux2019ProposalFT,
  title={Proposal for the validation of Monte Carlo implementations of the standard model effective field theory},
  author={G. Durieux and I. Brivio and F. Maltoni and M. Trott and S. Alioli and Andy Buckley and M. Chiesa and J. Blas and A. Dedes and C. Degrande and A. Denner and C. Englert and J. Ferrando and B. Fuks and P. Galler and A. Greljo and V. Hirschi and G. Isidori and W. Kilian and F. Krauss and J. Lang and J. Lindert and M. Mangano and D. Marzocca and O. Mattelaer and K. Mawatari and E. Mereghetti and D. J. Miller and K. Mimasu and M. Paraskevas and T. Plehn and L. Reina and J. Rosiek and J. Reuter and J. Santiago and K. Suxho and L. Trifyllis and E. Vryonidou and Christopher White and Cen Zhang and H. Zhang},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2019}
}
  • G. Durieux, I. Brivio, +38 authors H. Zhang
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
  • We propose a procedure to cross-validate Monte Carlo implementations of the standard model effective field theory. It is based on the numerical comparison of squared amplitudes computed at specific phase-space and parameter points in pairs of implementations. Interactions are fully linearised in the effective field theory expansion. The squares of linear effective field theory amplitudes and their interference with standard-model contributions are compared separately. Such pairwise comparisons… CONTINUE READING
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