Federico Ambrogi, Juhi Dutta, Jan Heisig, Sabine Kraml, Suchita Kulkarni, Ursula Laa, Andre Lessa, Veronika Magerl, Wolfgang Magerl, Doris Proschofsky, Humberto Reyes-Gonzalez, Jory Sonneveld, Michael Traub, Wolfgang Waltenberger, Matthias Wolf, Alicia Wongel
24 Oct 2019: Our old smodels.hephy.at server is down!
Using e.g. official as your database path will currently not work (sorry!).
Please use instead full database path names, e.g.
http://smodels.github.io/database/official122 for the official 1.2.2
database. We apologize for the inconvenience.
If you use SModelS, please cite the following papers:
- SModelS v1.2: long-lived particles, combination of signal regions, and other novelties, Federico Ambrogi et al., arXiv:1811.10624
- Constraining new physics with searches for long-lived
particles: Implementation into SModelS, Jan Heisig, Sabine Kraml, Andre Lessa, arXiv:1808.05229
- SModelS extension with the CMS supersymmetry search results from Run 2, Juhi Dutta, Sabine Kraml, Andre Lessa, Wolfgang Waltenberger, arXiv:1803.02204, LHEP 1 (2018) no.1,5-12
- SModelS v1.1 user manual: improving simplified model constraints with efficiency maps, Federico Ambrogi, Sabine Kraml, Suchita Kulkarni, Ursula Laa, Andre Lessa, Veronika Magerl, Jory Sonneveld, Michael Traub, Wolfgang Waltenberger arXiv:1701.06586, CPC 227 (2018) 72-98
- SModelS: a tool for interpreting simplified-model results from the LHC and its application to supersymmetry, Sabine Kraml, Suchita Kulkarni, Ursula Laa, Andre Lessa, Wolfgang Magerl, Doris Proschofsky, Wolfgang Waltenberger, arXiv:1312.4175, EPJC (2014) 74:2868
- If you use the cross section calculator please cite Pythia and NLLfast
- If you use the Fastlim results in the database, please cite Fastlim 1.0 arXiv:1402.40492, EPJC74 (2014) 11.
For convenience a .bib file is provided with the code containing all relevant references.
Likewise, a .bib file is provided in the database folder with references to all the ATLAS and CMS analyses used.
SModelS is based on a general procedure to decompose Beyond the Standard Model (BSM) collider signatures presenting a Z2 symmetry into Simplified Model Spectrum (SMS) topologies. Our method provides a way to cast BSM predictions for the LHC in a model independent framework, which can be directly confronted with the relevant experimental constraints. The main SModelS ingredients are
- the decomposition of the BSM spectrum into SMS topologies
- a database of experimental SMS results
- the interface between decomposition and results database to compute limits
Code and Database updates
- For code and database releases, see Download
Experimental results in the database
Publications and Talks
See the publications and talks page
A wishlist regarding the presentation of SMS results was worked out at the 2013 Les Houches workshop, see this page.