
Changelog
2019.03.28: V 1.7.0: Inclusion of SusHiMi and commandline calls of external codes.
 SusHi now allows calculation of Higgs production cross sections
for gluon fusion and bottom quark annihilation in the MSSM with
explicit CP violation.
Documentation and phenomenology described in

Phenomenology of onshell Higgs production in the MSSM
with complex parameters
Stefan Liebler, Shruti Patel, Georg Weiglein
[arXiv:1611.09308]

SusHiMi can only be used together with FeynHiggs for calculation of
the Higgs masses and the Higgs mixing matrix.
 ZHiggs matrix (taken from FeynHiggs) introduced also in the real MSSM.
It is activated through Block(FEYNHIGGSFLAGS,11)=1, whereas =0
corresponds to the application of the effective mixing angle. The
ZHiggs matrix is not compatible with evalcsusy and thus no
NNLO stop contributions are accessible. For bbh still the effective
mixing angle is employed, which is thus also true for the results
in Block BBHREWEIGHT.
 Compatibility with FeynHiggs 2.13 and 2.14. From FH 2.12.0
we changed the default FeynHiggs flag loglevel to 3 rather than 0.
This setting can be changed through Block(FEYNHIGGSFLAGS,10) in
the input file.
We now allow to directly link in quadruple precision to FH
through the setting "FHPRECQUAD = YES" in the Makefile of SusHi,
which is only sensible if also FH was compiled at quadruple precision.
This setting is needed for the calculation of Higgs masses with very heavy
SUSY spectrum. In this case we recommend to switch off squark
effects to gluon fusion in SusHi, since they are tiny and only
result in numerical instabilities.
 Bug fix in highenergy matching of the N3LO result, which could not
be activated for the setting Block(SUSHI,20)=0.
 Command line mode to call other codes added: This option works for 2HDMC,
FH for the real MSSM and FlexibleSUSY+Himalaya for the real MSSM.
For FH and 2HDMC the commandline option is activated through the
setting Block(2HDMC/FEYNHIGGS,1)=1. When using the commandline option
the Makefile needs to specify the path to the code's executable,
but SusHi can be compiled in its plain version, i.e. through "make".
Note that for FH the commandline option yields a different result
than the direct link to the library, since not all parameters that
are transfered in the direct link are accessible in the SLHA files
used in the commandline option.
As an alternative the block EXTFILE allows to specify an external
file obtained by a spectrum generator of your choice,
which contains the corresponding spectrum through blocks
ALPHA and MASS. Check the output file of SusHi to ensure that
parameters are read in correctly.
2016.08.10: V 1.6.1: Minor improvements and bug fixes.
 Improvements for what concerns the numerical integrations.
 Bug in the qg and qqbarchannel for pseudorapidity cuts fixed.
The numerical effects are small.
 Bug in the qqbarchannel for simultaneous pt and rapiditycuts fixed.
Impact on the cross section is small.
 Correction of an error in the perturbative running
of DIM5 operators, minor effects on cross sections
(thanks to Johannes Michel).
 Compatibility with FeynHiggs 2.12.0.
 Improvement in the Makefile.
2016.05.12: V 1.6.0:
New features for the gluonfusion cross section:
Soft expansion, N^{3}LO contributions, 1/m_{t}^{n} terms at NNLO,
Matching to highenergy limit, Analytic renormalization scale variation,
Dimension5 operators
New processes: Higgs production in the annihilation of heavy quarks

The new developments in V 1.6.0 are described in

SusHi Bento: Beyond NNLO and the heavy toplimit
Robert V. Harlander, Stefan Liebler, Hendrik Mantler
[arXiv:1605.03190]


Implementation of soft expansion (1x)^{n} around the threshold
of Higgs production x=M_{H}^{2}/s at NLO, NNLO and N^{3}LO
in the heavytop limit.

Implementation of N^{3}LO contributions to gluon fusion using the
previously mentioned soft expansion in the heavytop limit.

Implementation of 1/m_{t}^{n} terms to NLO and NNLO contributions
in the heavytop limit. Matching to the exact
result in the limit x>0 is possible at NLO, NNLO and N^{3}LO.

Implementation of Dimension5 operators including perturbative
and resummed running. They can be added to all Higgs bosons
of the supported models.

SusHi calculates the annihilation cross section of arbitrary
quarks up to NNLO, see:

Higgs production in heavy quark annihilation through nexttonexttoleading order QCD
Robert V. Harlander
[arXiv:1512.04901]

Also pT distributions are available at lowest order.

SusHi performs a renormalization scale (muR) variation within a single
run. Results for different muR are provided in an additional output file.
The maximal and minimal deviation, serving as an estimate of the
theoretical error on the cross section, is given in the usual output file.

Changed CONVENTIONS for pseudoscalar mass matrix to fit SLHA
in the NMSSM:
The Goldstone moved to the last position in the vector of mass
eigenstates, such that the ordering is now (A,S,G).

Corrected a bug in the squark contributions to pseudoscalar
Higgs production, minor effects for m_{A_i} > 2*m_{t} (thanks
to Alessio Agostini).

Version numbers of the external codes (FeynHiggs, 2HDMC, etc.)
are written to the block "SUSHIinfo" in the output file.
2015.03.01: V 1.5.0:
New model NMSSM! Added Block BBHREWEIGHT with effective couplings.
Correction of minor issues related to the squark mixing angle
in evalcsusy and the read in of negative softbreaking masses.
Specification of stop and sbottom sector by user.

SusHi allows to calculate Higgs cross sections for the NMSSM.
For details we refer to:

Neutral Higgs production at proton colliders in the CPconserving NMSSM
Stefan Liebler
[arXiv:1502.07972]

In contrast to the MSSM/2HDM we do not provide a direct link
to a spectrum generator, but the NMSSM Higgs spectrum has to
be specified in the input file, see /example.
 The output block BBHREWEIGHT provided for the MSSM/2HDM/NMSSM
allows to extract the relevant couplings for reweighting
SM cross sections for bottomquark associated production.
 evalcsusy accepts also squark mixing angles with cos(θ_q)<0
(thanks to Pietro Slavich and Alessio Agostini).
 SusHi accepts negative softbreaking masses in the stop and
sbottom sector (thanks to Tim Stefaniak).
 The input files *_MASS.in provided for the NMSSM and MSSM
in the folder /example allow to specify the stop and sbottom
sector explicitly. The user is however asked to pay attention
to the employed default renormalization scheme (see SusHi manual).
2014.11.05: V 1.4.1: Cross section calculations for large SUSY masses.
Adding FeynHiggs flags to input and output.
Changing convention for 2HDM type 3 and 4.
 SusHi now provides reasonable cross sections also for large SUSY masses.
 The FeynHiggs flags can be added to the input and are always
part of the output. This in particular allows to adjust
the flag 'looplevel' to value 3 for large SUSY masses.
 CORRECTION OF A BUG (thanks to CMS and ATLAS!):
The link of SusHi to 2HDMC in case of the 2HDM types
'leptonspecific' and 'flipped' was wrong, in detail
the two types were interchanged in the link. Now,
type 3 always denotes the 'flipped' scenario and
type 4 the 'leptonspecific' scenario. The 2HDM type
conventions within SusHi therefore changed! Manual,
example files and webpage are updated accordingly.
2014.10.07: V 1.4.0: Compatibility with LHAPDF 6.
Cross section calculations up to sqrt(s)=100TeV.
Links to HiggsBounds and HiggsSignals.
 SusHi is now compatible with LHAPDF 6.
 Small bug fixes allow for cross section calculations up to 100TeV.
 SusHi now allows to link to HiggsSignals and HiggsBounds
in case of the MSSM. Accordingly the links to compiled
versions of HiggsBounds or HiggsSignals have to be
provided in HBPATH/HSPATH in the Makefile.
Afterwards type "make" together with "predef=HB" or "HS".
Make sure that HB/HS were compiled with the same compiler.
For now, the input of HB/HS is based on the XS calculations of FH.
2014.04.03: V 1.3.0: Implementation of
NNLO stop contributions for H/A.
Allowance of different PDF set numbers. Bug fixes.
 Implementation of NNLO stop contributions for h/H/A
in accordance to arXiv:1404.0327.
 If 2HDMC entry 10 set to 1, SusHi aborts if one of
the 2HDMC checks on unitarity, stability, perturbativity fails.
 Allow separate PDF set number at LO, NLO, NNLO
by specifying entries 11 (LO), 12 (NLO), 13 (NNLO) in Block PDFSPEC.
If entry 4 is given, all these entries will be overridden.
 Bug fixes for factors\neq 1 in the SM, scale choices
of muR and muF within ggh@nnlo (minor effects on XS obtained
with previous versions in case of muR\neq \muF),
correction of upper cuts on p_T/eta (induces large
differences).
 Cleanup of the code.
 If SusHi needs to be compiled with additional compiler flags,
you may provide them by typing "./configure F77FLAGS= ...".
 cch production can be calculated in analogy to bbh production.
For more details of this option get in contact with the authors.
2014.01.16: V 1.2.0: Implementation of different
ggh/bbh scales and more detailled VEGAS input. Output
of ggh@nnlo subprocesses.
 SusHi allows the choice of different renormalization
and factorization scales for ggh and bbh. Accordingly all
example inputfiles are updated.
 VEGAS parameters can be specified independently for
the NLO SusHi calculations, the ggh@nnlo and bbh@nnlo calls.
 Setting entry 20 of SUSHI to 10 the various subprocesses
of ggh@nnlo are printed. Entry 19 allows to reduce the
screen output of SusHi.
 Cleanup of the Makefile and the code.
2013.09.27: V 1.1.1: Inclusion of a link to 2HDMC.
Support of FeynHiggs 2.9.5.
 SusHi now contains a link to 2HDMC. For using it, please
type "make predef=2HDMC" and run one of the input files
"2HDMC_xxx.in" provided in the "/example" folder.

2HDMC  TwoHiggsDoublet Model Calculator
D. Eriksson, J. Rathsman, O. Stål
Comput.Phys.Commun.181:189205 (2010)
[arXiv:0902.0851]

 SusHi supports FeynHiggs 2.9.5. Please provide the
FeynHiggs version in "FHVERSION" in the Makefile.
 Added more warnings related to fixed order p_T distributions.
2013.04.30: V 1.1.0: Reorganization of the output.
Inclusion of a reference list. Correction of a bug in bottomquark
annihilation. Expansion of counterterms of stop contributions
for heavy Higgs. Deletion of obsolete routines. Difference in
the Makefile. Input value of SM Higgs mass changed.
 The output was reorganized. The input file is not simply attached,
but completely reprocessed for the output file. In addition
BLOCK SCALESOUT was replaced by BLOCK ALPHASOUT, which does
not contain redundant information. The relevant SCALES can
be found in the reprocessed input file. Moreover the output file
contains a list of references to all relevant codes and formulas
being input to SusHi for the specific run. Please cite the
listed references.
 Bug in the calculation of bottomquark annihilation fixed.
The old version was valid only for mu_F = mu_R.
 Expansion of counterterms in mt for stop contributions in case of
the heavy Higgs. Effects for very large gluino masses/
very low SUSY spectrum (thanks to Emanuele Bagnaschi
and Pietro Slavich).
 Input value "1" in Block "MASS" changed to "25" for SM Higgs mass.
 Some obsolete routines were deleted.
 Difference in the Makefile:
For linking SusHi to FeynHiggs type "make predef=FH"!
2013.04.02: V 1.0.6: Electroweak corrections for distributions added.
Extension of the electroweak grid. Certain distributions and cuts disabled
in case of numerical instabilities. Speed improvements by some percent.
 Assuming complete factorization electroweak corrections
by light quarks can now be added to gluon fusion distributions
and cross sections with cuts.
 The electroweak grid by light quarks is extended to Higgs
masses between 20 GeV and 1.5 TeV.
 Some combinations of cuts and distributions leading to
numerical instabilities are not allowed anymore.
 A bug in the call of PDF member sets different than 0 is corrected.
 More efficient calls of dilogarithms lead to speed improvments
of some percent.
2013.03.13: V 1.0.5: Significant speed improvements.
Changes in MSSM XS without FeynHiggs usage.
 Significant speed improvements by 3040 percent. Cross sections
might be slightly different, but within the numerical error.
 A bug in the calculation of MSSM cross sections without
the usage of FeynHiggs (e.g. MSSM_SLHA.in) is corrected.
Changes in XS mostly at permil level (except sin(2thetab)
is small). (thanks to Alexandre Arbey)
 For MSSMSLHA input files and 2HDM input files the input
value 26 in block "MASS" is changed to 35 for the heavy
Higgs mass in accordance to SLHA standard.
2013.02.22: V 1.0.4: Differences in pt distributions.
Speed improvements. FeynHiggs input extended.
 Different SUSY breaking masses and trilinear couplings
for FeynHiggs can be specified.
 The program prints an error when asked to calculate
a pTdistribution at LO (in our notation NLO is the first order
at which a nontrivial pTdistribution occurs).
 When a pTdistribution is calculated, the renormalization and
factorisation scale can now be set to "sqrt(mh^2+pT^2)"
rather than "mh". Set Block "SCALES 3" to "1".
 Improvements within the code and a new algorithm for the
real dilogarithm (from HqT) shortens the running time slightly.
2013.02.08: V 1.0.3: 2HDM improvements.
 2HiggsDoubletModel (2HDM) now in accordance
to arXiv:1106.0034, Table 1+2 (=arXiv:1207.4835, Table 2+3).
Different types can be distinguished by "Block 2HDM" in the
input file "/example/2HDM.in". For SusHi it yields type I=III
and II=IV, since the lepton couplings are irrelevant.
Correction of bbh cross section for the 2HDM.
 Initialization of PDFs optimized.
2013.01.30: V 1.0.2: 2HDM added. No changes in XS.
 2HiggsDoubletModel (2HDM) added. Example input and
output file in folder /example.
 Example input and output file for mhmax scenario
with LHC Higgs XS working group parameters added.
 Heavy Higgs mass input parameter added
(relevant for 2HDM.in and MSSM_SLHA.in).
 Compiler errors on some machines fixed.
2013.01.08: V 1.0.1: Minor changes.
 Example output files added.
 Correction of a reweighting factor for the sbottom NLO QCD
contributions to pseudoscalar Higgs production in the MSSM,
minimal effect.
 Correction of PDF usage for LO gluon fusion cross section:
If bbh was asked at higher order, the NLO/NNLO PDF set
was used accidentially for the LO ggh cross section as well.
Now the specified LO PDF set is used instead.
2012.12.14: V 1.0.0: Initial release.
