Combining low- and high-energy constraints on flavourful EFTs
December 06, 2022
June 15, 2023
The study of high-pT tails at the LHC can be a complementary probe to low-energy observables when investigating the flavour structure of the Standard Model and its extensions.
Motivated by the B anomalies, we study the interplay between low-energy observables, and both charged and neutral current Drell-Yan measurements.
The Mathematica package HighPT allows to do so within a unified and consistent framework, yielding a likelihood function that includes not only high-pT and flavor observables, but the EW pole and Higgs observables as well, thus allowing to perform combined fits easily.
We discuss such combined analyses within the Effective Field Theory approach.
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