# Electroweak Symmetry Breaking: The Bottom-Up Approach (Springer Tracts in Modern Physics) ebook

## by Wolfgang Kilian

Springer Tracts in Modern Physics. Electroweak Symmetry Breaking. The Bottom-Up Approach

Springer Tracts in Modern Physics. The Bottom-Up Approach. Authors: Kilian, Wolfgang. The systematic bottom-up approach provides the appropriate framework for interpreting measurements that will be performed to better understand the physics of mass generation in the universe. No knowledge of quantum field theory is required other than familiarity with effective Lagrangians and Feynmann diagrams. This book will be useful for both theorists and experimentalists who are interested in the phenomenology of electroweak interactions. Show all. Table of contents (5 chapters).

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The mechanism responsible for the generation of the mass of an particle has emerged as one of the most urging questions in fundamental physics. The effective-theory approach provides the theoretical basis for a model-independent description of the effects sensitive to this mechanism and their impact on observables. This book systematically develops this method, relating the predictions of different physics scenarios in a unified treatment

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This exact symmetry can be used to deduce the physics of new configurations on the basis of already established ones. However here we use a different approach which relies on the Green's tensor and permits to study geometries different from the planar configuration as well the impact of dissipation. The article is organised as follows. As the circular motion breaks time-reversal symmetry, the spontaneous emission in a direction parallel to the surface is in general anisotropic. We show that a lateral force arises which can be interpreted as a recoil force because of this asymmetric emission.

Spontaneous symmetry breaking is a spontaneous process of symmetry breaking, by which a physical system in a symmetric state ends up in an asymmetric state. In particular, it can describe systems where the equations of motion or the Lagrangian obey symmetries, but the lowest-energy vacuum solutions do not exhibit that same symmetry. When the system goes to one of those vacuum solutions, the symmetry is broken for perturbations around that vacuum even though the entire Lagrangian retains that symmetry.

Introduction Understanding the dynamics of electroweak symmetry breaking (EWSB) will be a principal goal for the ATLAS and CMS experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). While the physics of the EWSB in the minimal Standard Model (perhaps extended by super-symmetry) is based on a purely weakly-interacting Higgs sector, there is no fundamental reason for the existence of a unique elementary scalar particle. The mechanism for the symmetry breaking might rely on strong dynamics

Bottom-up teaching is more instructor-driven and focuses on decoding and simplifying each component through repetition and memorization

Bottom-up teaching is more instructor-driven and focuses on decoding and simplifying each component through repetition and memorization. This approach is better with lower level students as students understand very few words from the incoming signal, even knowledge about the context may not be sufficient for them to understand what is happening, and they can easily get lost. Higher-level students also sometimes fail to recognise known words in the stream of fast connected speech or in the text on complicated topics, thus this approach might be beneficial.

The systematic bottom-up approach provides the appropriate framework for interpreting measurements that will be performed to better understand the physics of mass generation in the universe. No knowledge of quantum field theory is required other than familiarity with effective Lagrangians and Feynmann diagrams.