Standard model parameters in the tadpole-free pure MS¯ scheme

@article{Martin2019StandardMP,
  title={Standard model parameters in the tadpole-free pure 
MS¯
 scheme},
  author={Stephen P. Martin and David G. Robertson},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2019}
}
We present an implementation and numerical study of the Standard Model couplings, masses, and vacuum expectation value (VEV), using the pure $\overline{\rm{MS}}$ renormalization scheme based on dimensional regularization. Here, the $\overline{\rm{MS}}$ Lagrangian parameters are treated as the fundamental inputs, and the VEV is defined as the minimum of the Landau gauge effective potential, so that tadpole diagrams vanish, resulting in improved convergence of perturbation theory. State-of-the… 
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