Enter process

Asked by Alfonso Romero on 2021-02-20

Dear Neil Christensen,

I read a talk you gave about CalcHep, titled:

Quick review on CalcHep

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https://indico.in2p3.fr/event/2487/contributions/24539/attachments/19794/24342/calchep.pdf

In particular, you presented this process:

Enter process: p,p->j,j,(~W->(W->l,n),(Z->l,l))
Composite 'p' consists of: u1,d1,G
Composite 'j' consists of: u1,d1,G
Composite 'l' consists of: e1,E1
Composite 'n' consists of: n1,N1
Composite '~W' consists of: ~W+,~W-
Composite 'W' consists of: W+,W-
Exclude diagrams with ~u1,~d1,~e1,~n1

My Doubt is:
How to reproduce for other processes the way in which this process was introduced?

That is, when trying to do something similar, the following is displayed:

composite '(~W->(W->l' consists of:

Could you give me any suggestion?

Sincerely, Alfonso

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Best Alexander Belyaev (alexander.belyaev) said :
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Dear Alfonso,

the talk you are referring was done using beta CalcHEP version which never became public,
unfortunatelly.

For the public calchep version you should follow my lectures, available here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/xihesw5mx8g6pzu/tools_nextphd_belyaev.pdf?dl=0

Reards,
Alexander Belyaev

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Alfonso Romero (alfonso159) said :
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Dear Alexander Belyaev,

Thanks for your reply. It is an unfortunate case.

Again, thanks for the link.

Regards,
Alfonso

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Alfonso Romero (alfonso159) said :
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Thanks Alexander Belyaev, that solved my question.