HiggsSignals
2.6.1

Contains HiggsSignals configuration parameters and core routines. More...
Variables  
logical  set_sm_expected = .False. 
If true, this sets all central values of the measurement to the SM prediction.  
double precision  assignmentrange = 1.0D0 
The mass range (in standard deviations), in which the Higgs is forced to be assigned to a peak observable. More...  
double precision  assignmentrange_massobs = 2.0D0 
The mass range (in standard deviations), in which the Higgs is forced to be assigned to to peak observables, which have a mass measurement. More...  
double precision  mu_cutoff_for_assignment = 1.0D03 
The mass range (in standard deviations), in which the Higgs is forced to be assigned to an STXS observable. More...  
double precision  significantcontribution = 0.01D0 
In case of multiple Higgs assignments in the box pdf case, this is the relative contribution of a Higgs boson to be counted as contributing in the mass separation chi^2. More...  
Contains HiggsSignals configuration parameters and core routines.
double precision usefulbits_hs::assignmentrange = 1.0D0 
The mass range (in standard deviations), in which the Higgs is forced to be assigned to a peak observable.
Can be modified using setup_assignmentrange().
double precision usefulbits_hs::assignmentrange_massobs = 2.0D0 
The mass range (in standard deviations), in which the Higgs is forced to be assigned to to peak observables, which have a mass measurement.
Can be modified using setup_assignmentrange_massobservables().
double precision usefulbits_hs::mu_cutoff_for_assignment = 1.0D03 
The mass range (in standard deviations), in which the Higgs is forced to be assigned to an STXS observable.
Can be modified using setup_assignmentrange_stxs(). The minimal signal strength to be considered for an assignment to an observable.
double precision usefulbits_hs::significantcontribution = 0.01D0 
In case of multiple Higgs assignments in the box pdf case, this is the relative contribution of a Higgs boson to be counted as contributing in the mass separation chi^2.