Citations guide for ROOT files 2013-2016:
If you use numbers provided on this webpage you must cite the following papers:
HIGLU program
Spira:1995mt
SusHi program
Harlander:2012pb
FeynHiggs program
Heinemeyer:1998yj, Heinemeyer:1998np, Degrassi:2002fi, Frank:2006yh, Hahn:2013ria
ggH@NNLO program
Harlander:2002wh
bbh@nnlo (5FS) program
Harlander:2003ai
bbH NLO (4FS)
Dittmaier:2003ej, Dawson:2003kb
ggH NLO massive
Spira:1995rr
ggH NNLO for scalar Higgs
Anastasiou:2002yz, Ravindran:2003um
ggH NNLO for pseudoscalar Higgs
Harlander:2002vv, Anastasiou:2002wq
Electroweak corrections by light fermions
Aglietti:2004nj, Bonciani:2010ms
(N)NLO (S)QCD corrections for h/H/A
Harlander:2004tp (NLO-stop scalar mh=0)
Harlander:2005rq (NLO-top/bottom)
Degrassi:2010eu (NLO-sbottom scalar)
Degrassi:2011vq (NLO-stop/sbottom pseudo mA != 0)
Degrassi:2012vt (NLO-stop scalar mH != 0)
HDECAY
Djouadi:1997yw, Djouadi:2006bz
Last but not least acknowledge the work of the BR subgroup, which is based upon the publications given in this tex-file.
Example usage of references in public document:
In the first place, please cite the LHC Higgs cross-section working group for providing cross-sections and BRs (by citing the Yellow Reports).
For all except the hMSSM, Higgs masses and mixing (and effective Yukawa couplings) have been calculated with Feynhiggs [3].
Cross sections:
For the gluon-fusion process inclusive cross sections are obtained with SusHi [2], which includes NLO supersymmetric-QCD corrections [7,11], N^3LO QCD corrections for the top-quark contribution in the effective theory of a heavy top quark [4,8,9,tbc] and electroweak effects by light quarks [10]. (HIGLU [1] is used for "classic" mhmax scenario - see details below.)
For the bbH process we now use the SCET/FONLL scheme provided by the bbh subgroup. Outdated cross sections are the five flavour NNLO QCD inclusive cross sections calculated with SusHi [2] based on bbh@nnlo [5] and the four flavour NLO QCD calculation [6].
Branching ratios:
Whereas in the hMSSM branching ratios are solely computed with HDECAY [12], all other scenarios combine the most precise results of HDECAY [12], FeynHiggs [3] and PROPHECY4f. Relevant references are listed in [13], see LHCHXSWG-2015-002, page 10 bottom, for an example how to cite them.