Benchmark points after YR4

Notice: this twiki summarizes the benchmark points that were discussed after the Yellow Report 4. For the YR4 points please look at NMSSMBenchmarkPoints

H3->H2+H1 benchmark bands

There has been efforts to examine the potential for decays of the style H3 -> H2 + H1, i.e. heavy Higgs decaying to two Higgs bosons, H2 and H1, where m(H2) different from m(H1) by Ulrich Ellwanger. The study is based on the setup that had been used at arXiv:1707.08522. Benchmark lines are examined for the process gg->H3 -> Hs + H125, where H125 is the SM-like Higgs observed at the LHC and Hs the singlet Higgs boson. In this demonstration, m(H3) = 500 GeV and the mass of m(Hs) is varying till up to 300 GeV. The coloured regions correspond to available NMSSM parameter space.
H125->bb and Hs->bb, as a function of m(Hs)

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H125->bb and Hs->tautau, as a function of m(Hs)

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H125->tautau and Hs->bb, as a function of m(Hs)

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H125->gammagamma and Hs->bb, as a function of m(Hs); the region with red colour refers to gg->A2->Hs+H125 production

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H125->bb and Hs->gammagamma, as a function of m(Hs); the region with red colour refers to gg->A2->Hs+H125 production

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-- RompotisNikolaos - 2018-10-10

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