SuperIso v2.3: A program for calculating flavor physics observables in supersymmetry

@article{Mahmoudi2009SuperIsoVA,
  title={SuperIso v2.3: A program for calculating flavor physics observables in supersymmetry},
  author={F. Mahmoudi},
  journal={Computer Physics Communications},
  year={2009},
  volume={180},
  pages={1579-1613}
}
We describe SuperIso v2.4 which is a public program for evaluation of flavor physics observables in the minimal supersymmetric extension of the Standard Model (MSSM). SuperIso v2.4, in addition to the isospin asymmetry of B → K * γ, which was the main purpose of the first version, incorporates new flavor observables such as the branching ratio of B s → µ + µ − , the branching ratio of B → τ ν τ , the branching ratio of B → Dτ ν τ , the branching ratio of K → µν µ and the branching ratios of D s… CONTINUE READING

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