Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of MC4BSM2013


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Timestamp:
04/19/13 09:25:10 (7 years ago)
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PriscilaAquino
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  • MC4BSM2013

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    101101     The first time that you import a new model, it is a good moment to test it! For this
    102102     1. You can run MG5 in debug mode (./bin/mg5 --debug)
    103      2. You can test the Lorentz invariance/Gauge invariance/... of at least a couple of processes. This is one examples:
     103     2. You can test the Lorentz invariance/Gauge invariance/... of at least a couple of processes.
     104
     105Choose one model at the MG5_DIR/models directory and try it:
    104106{{{
    105107   import model MODELNAME
     
    1391412) Generate events for a resonance with different parity but same spin (e.g. spin0+, spin0-). Choose parameters properly.
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    141 3) Use the matching-scheme within MG5 for p p > x2 + 0,1,2-jets @ 14TeV. Check your DJR plots. Is the matching working properly?
     143 * '''MLM matching'''
     144Use the matching scheme within MG5 for p p > x2 + 0,1,2-jets @ 14TeV. Choose the run parameters carefully, and check your DJR plots. Is the matching working properly? Vary your cutoff scale and check that the cross section does not change significantly.
    142145''For this, you should have MadAnalysis and pythia installed within the MG5 interface.  To instal simply:''
    143146{{{