SusHi Bento: Beyond NNLO and the heavy-top limit

Published: 10 Nov 2016 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3bb3z4k9hp.1

Description of this data

Version 1.6.0 of the code SusHi is presented. Concerning inclusive CP-even Higgs production in gluon fusion, the following new features with respect to previous versions have been implemented: expansion of the partonic cross section in the soft limit, i.e.~around x=MH2∕sˆ→1; N3LO QCD corrections in terms of the soft expansion; top-quark mass suppressed terms through NNLO; matching to the cross section at x→0 through N33LO. For CP-even and -odd scalars, an efficient evaluation of the renormalization-scale dependence is included, and effects of dimension-5 operators can be studied, which we demonstrate for the SM Higgs boson and for a CP-even scalar with a mass of 750GeV. In addition, as a generalization of the previously available bb̄→H cross section, SusHi_1.6.0 provides the cross section for charged and neutral Higgs production in the annihilation of arbitrary heavy quarks. At fixed order in perturbation theory, SusHi thus allows to obtain Higgs cross-section predictions in different models to the highest precision known today. For the SM Higgs boson of MH=125GeV, SusHi yields 48.28 pb for the gluon-fusion cross section at the LHC at 13TeV. Simultaneously, SusHi provides the renormalization-scale uncertainty of ±1.97 pb.

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peer reviewed

This data is associated with the following peer reviewed publication:

SusHi Bento: Beyond NNLO and the heavy- top limit

Published in: Computer Physics Communications

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  • Version 1


    Published: 2016-11-10

    DOI: 10.17632/3bb3z4k9hp.1

    Cite this dataset

    Harlander, Robert V.; Liebler, Stefan; Mantler, Hendrik (2016), “SusHi Bento: Beyond NNLO and the heavy-top limit”, Mendeley Data, v1


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