Data_Sheet_1_Effective Asymptotic Safety and Its Predictive Power: Gauge-Yukawa Theories.pdf (270.04 kB)

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posted on 30.09.2020, 12:06 by Aaron Held

Effective field theory provides a new perspective on the predictive power of Renormalization Group fixed points. Critical trajectories between different fixed points confine the regions of UV-complete, IR-complete, as well as conformal theories. The associated boundary surfaces cannot be crossed by the Renormalization Group flow of any effective field theory. We delineate cases in which the boundary surface acts as an infrared attractor for generic effective field theories. Gauge-Yukawa theories serve as an example that is both perturbative and of direct phenomenological interest. We identify additional matter fields such that all the observed coupling values of the Standard Model, apart from the Abelian hypercharge, lie within the conformal region. We define a quantitative measure of the predictivity of effective asymptotic safety and demonstrate phenomenological constraints for the associated beyond Standard-Model Yukawa couplings.

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