cd $HIMALAY_PATH mkdir build cd build cmake .. make
After the compilation has completed,
./configure \ --enable-himalaya \ --with-himalaya-incdir=$HIMALAY_PATH/include \ --with-himalaya-libdir=$HIMALAY_PATH/build
One can use
./models/MSSMNoFVHimalaya/run_MSSMNoFVHimalaya.x \ --slha-input-file=model_files/MSSMNoFVHimalaya/LesHouches.in.MSSMNoFVHimalaya --slha-output-file=LesHouches.out.MSSMNoFVHimalaya
Alternatively, FlexibleSUSY can be run from within Mathematica (please set the input parameters to non-zero values in the Mathematica script):
math -run "<< \"models/MSSMNoFVHimalaya/run_MSSMNoFVHimalaya.m\""
In [1609.00371] FlexibleEFTHiggs has been presented, an EFT-type 1-loop calculation of the SM-like Higgs mass in SUSY and non-SUSY models. The 1-loop FlexibleEFTHiggs approach has been further refined in [1710.03760]. In [2003.04639] the FlexibleEFTHiggs approach has been extended to the 3-loop level in the MSSM.
Pre-generated 1-loop FlexibleEFTHiggs models can be found in the table below. Please see the installation instructions there.
The standalone spectrum generator, which implements the
FlexibleEFTHiggs 3-loop calculation of
[2003.04639] in the
MSSM can be downloaded
Please see the
In [1602.05581] 40 SARAH models, which try to explain the 750 GeV diphoton excess, have been implemented, including model files for SPheno and FlexibleSUSY. Here, a helper script is provided which downloads and extracts these models such they can be used immediately in FlexibleSUSY.Important note: To run the diphoton models FlexibleSUSY 1.4.0 or higher is required.
Usage: Download the helper script and run on the terminal:
cd FlexibleSUSY/ chmod +x extract-diphoton-package.sh ./extract-diphoton-package.sh
After the extraction, the models can be used as follows, for example:
./createmodel --name=Model331v1 ./configure --with-models=Model331v1 make
If you don't want to generate the models yourself, for example because you don't have Mathematica, you can use our pre-generated models. The following models are available:
They can be used like this:
cd FlexibleSUSY/ wget https://github.com/FlexibleSUSY/FlexibleSUSY/releases/download/v2.7.1/NMSSM.tar.gz tar -xf NMSSM.tar.gz ./configure --with-models=NMSSM --disable-meta make
Alternatively, you can download the pre-generated models from our
git clone https://github.com/FlexibleSUSY/FlexibleSUSY-generated.git cd FlexibleSUSY-generated/ git log # find the right version git checkout <version>
Afterwards, you can copy the desired generated
cd FlexibleSUSY/ cp -r ../FlexibleSUSY-generated/NMSSM/ models/ ./configure --with-models=NMSSM --disable-meta make
The model repository has the advantage, that you can create your own branch of a model, for instance to add new loop corrections etc., and still keep your model up-to-date with the current FlexibleSUSY version. Here is an example:
git clone https://github.com/FlexibleSUSY/FlexibleSUSY-generated.git cd FlexibleSUSY-generated/ # create a branch git co -b my-modifications # edit the files # ... # commit your changes git ci -a # merge latest changes from model repository into your branch git fetch origin master:master git merge master