Erratum to: Gluonfusion Higgs production in the Standard Model Effective Field Theory
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Erratum: Gluonfusion Higgs production in the Standard Model E ective Field Theory
Nicolas Deutschmann 0 1 2 4 5 6 7
Claude Duhr 0 1 2 3 5 6 7
Fabio Maltoni 0 1 2 5 6 7
Eleni Vryonidou 0 1 2 5 6 7
0 Chemin du Cyclotron 2 , 1348 LouvainLaNeuve , Belgium
1 Universite catholique de Louvain
2 F69622 , Villeurbanne , France
3 Theoretical Physics Department , CERN
4 Univ. Lyon , Universite Lyon 1, CNRS/IN2P3, IPNL
5 Modi cations
6 Science Park 105 , 1098 XG, Amsterdam , The Netherlands
7 CH1211 Geneva 23 , Switzerland
We have found that the de nition of the operator O1 given in equation (2.2) and the one actually used to derive our results, including the renormalisation matrix, the anomalous dimension matrix and the RGE solutions presented in the paper, di er by an overall minus sign. We have therefore recomputed our results using the de nition of the operator O1 given in equation (2.2). The main results of our paper, namely the cross sections presented in table 1 and the distributions shown in gures 4, 5 and 6 are however not a ected, since they are de ned with respect to the Born (and therefore insensitive to the sign of O1). are, however, induced in the sign of the A1 amplitude, the renormalisation matrix, the anomalous dimension matrix and the RGE solutions with respect to those presented in the paper, which should read: Relation between A0 an A1, equation (3.27):
dNikhef

Standard
A(11) =
mt A(01) :
0.7
C1
C2
C3
(10 TeV)
C1
C2
C3
(10 TeV)
i
C
1.0
0.5
0.0
0.5
mH/2
Z(1) = BB 0 0 z23 CC :
C
0
1 0 8mt2 1
v2
Renormalization matrix, equation (3.20):
Equation (3.19) is however correct since it only contains trivial terms in the rst
lign or column.
Anomalous dimension matrix, equation (3.39):
0
Solution to the RGE for C1, rst line of equation (3.40):
C1( 2) = C1(Q2)
s(Q2)
log
2
Q2
C1(Q2)
8 C3(Q2) mt2(Q2)
+ O( s(Q2)2) :
As a consequence, gures 2 and 7 have to be corrected:
1
A
v2
{ 2 {
b
−150
solid: NLO, dashed: LO
100
µEF T [GeV]
1000
.
at the LHC at 13 TeV as a function of the EFT scale. Starting from one nonzero coe cient
at
EFT = mH =2 we compute the EFT contributions at di erent scales, taking into account the
running and mixing of the operators. LO and NLO predictions are shown in dashed and solid lines
respectively.
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