The Higgs Hunter's Guide
Westview Press, Dec 15, 2008 - Science - 256 pages
"The Higgs Hunter''s Guide" is a definitive and comprehensive guide to the physics of Higgs bosons. In particular, it discusses the extended Higgs sectors required by those recent theoretical approaches that go beyond the Standard Model, including supersymmetry and superstring-inspired models.
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2 Properties of a Standard Model Higgs Boson
3 How to Search for the Minimal Higgs Boson
Two Higgs Doublets and the Minimal Supersymmetric Model
Higgs Doublets and Singlets
6 Other Approaches with NonMinimal Higgs Sectors
7 Alternatives to the WeaklyCoupled Higgs
Appendix A Higgs Boson Feynman Rules in teh Minimal Supersymmetric Model
Appendix B Formulae for Higgs Boson Decay Widths for TwoBody Channels in the Minimal Supersymmetric Model
Appendix C Formulae for Neutral Higgs Boson Decays to yy and Zy in the TwoDoublet and the Minimal Supersymmetric Model
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