Resonances at the LHC beyond the Higgs boson: The scalar/tensor case

@article{Kilian2016ResonancesAT,
  title={Resonances at the LHC beyond the Higgs boson: The scalar/tensor case},
  author={Wolfgang Kilian and Thorsten Ohl and J. Reuter and Marco Sekulla},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2016},
  volume={93},
  pages={036004}
}
We study in a bottom-up approach the theoretically consistent description of additional resonances in the electroweak sector beyond the discovered Higgs boson as simplified models. We focus on scalar and tensor resonances. Our formalism is suited for strongly coupled models, but can also be applied to weakly interacting theories. The spurious degrees of freedom of tensor resonances that would lead to bad high-energy behavior are treated using a generalization of the Stuckelberg formalism. We… 

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