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Exceptional Point of the Neutral Heavy Higgs System H2–H3

AuthorsFélix-Beltrán, O.; Gómez-Bock, M.; Hernández, E.; Mondragón, A.; Mondragón, M.
KeywordsNon-standard-model Higgs bosons
Supersymmetric models
Issue Date2011
CitationInternational Journal of Theoretical Physics 50(7): 2291-2303 (2011)
AbstractWe study the singularity of the surface that represents the masses of the isolated doublet of heavy, neutral Higgs bosons, H 2–H 3, in a toy model based on the MSSM with CP violation, in parameter space. These two heavy, neutral Higgs bosons are coherent and, for large values of the masses, nearly degenerate. In this scenario, mixing between the mass eigenstates of the H 2–H 3 system could be very large and exact degeneracy is possible. As function of the Lagrangian parameters, the physical mass of the doublet has an algebraic branch point of rank one at the exceptional point where the two masses are equal. The real and imaginary parts of the masses in the doublet have branch cuts that start at the same branch point but extend in opposite directions in parameter space. Associated with this branch point, the propagator of the mixing doublet of neutral heavy Higgs bosons has a double pole in the complex s-plane of the energy squared. We computed the mass surface of the isolated doublet of H 2–H 3 bosons as function of the Lagrangian parameters in the neighbourhood of the exceptional point in a toy model of the system H 2–H 3. We also computed the trajectories of the poles of the transition matrix for values of the Lagrangian parameters close to the exceptional point and explained the characteristic change of identity seen in these trajectories in the s-plane as a manifestation of the topology of the two-sheeted mass surfaces in the space of Lagrangian parameters.
Description13 páginas, 2 figuras.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10773-011-0763-5
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