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softsusy::sProblem Struct Reference

Various boolean values to flag any problems with the parameter point. More...

#include <physpars.h>

Public Member Functions

bool test () const
 returns true if there's any problem
 
bool testSeriousProblem () const
 Only returns true if there's a serious problem.
 
 sProblem ()
 
 sProblem (const sProblem &s)
 Constructor that sets flags equal to those of s.
 
const sProblemoperator= (const sProblem &)
 Sets flags equal to those of s.
 

Public Attributes

bool mgutOutOfBounds
 
bool badConvergence
 Nowhere near a decent solution.
 
bool irqfp
 Infra-red quasi fixed point breached.
 
bool noRhoConvergence
 Couldn't calculate electroweak rho parameter.
 
bool noConvergence
 Iteration did not converge: not always serious.
 
tachyonType tachyon
 
tachyonType tachyonWarning
 
bool muSqWrongSign
 mu^2 came out with wrong sign; no REWSB
 
bool m3sq
 m3sq came out with wrong sign; no REWSB
 
bool higgsUfb
 Higgs potential inconsistent with a good minimum.
 
bool notGlobalMin
 Not in global minimum of Higgs potential.
 
bool nonperturbative
 Running went non-perturbative.
 
bool noMuConvergence
 
bool inaccurateHiggsMass
 Higgs mass is potentially inaccurate and cant be trusted.
 
bool problemThrown
 

Detailed Description

Various boolean values to flag any problems with the parameter point.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

softsusy::sProblem::sProblem ( )
inline

constructor full of false values

Member Data Documentation

bool softsusy::sProblem::noMuConvergence

mu couldn't be calculated

tachyonType softsusy::sProblem::tachyon

Tachyonic point

tachyonType softsusy::sProblem::tachyonWarning

This only gets switched on if there is an imaginary tree-level mass at MZ. SOFTSUSY's output might be slightly inaccurate in this case, but it doesn't mean that the point is ruled out


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