Vevacious error for "SSM" model generated by SARAH

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Re: Vevacious error for "SSM" model generated by SARAH

Postby FStaub » 18. Aug 2017, 21:01

Hi,

I was using the standard SSM file together with Fortran code produced by MakeSPheno[]. I checked that the Vevacious file which I get from MakeVevacious is equivalent to yours, if I replace "v" by "vH'.

Did Vevacious run with the spc that I attached in the last post? If not, the problem might be Vevacious related (does pyminiut work for you?); if, then there is a problem with the SPheno files. What did you change compared to the standard SSM model files?

Cheers,
Florian

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Re: Vevacious error for "SSM" model generated by SARAH

Postby samyahaghi » 18. Aug 2017, 21:10

Hi,

For first question:
Yes, Vevacious works with your SPC file but the error is not gone.

For second question:
I just changed v to vH, because Vevacious said it can not work with one character and vevs should be at least two characters.
I changed also other v's to vH in parameter.m and Spheno.m files.


Best,
Sam

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Re: Vevacious error for "SSM" model generated by SARAH

Postby FStaub » 18. Aug 2017, 21:16

Hi,

> Yes, Vevacious works with your SPC file.

Good. That helps a lot to pin down the problem.

> I just changed v to vH, because Vevacious said it can not work
> with one character and vevs should be at least two characters.

Yes, I recognised that as well.

Now, the point is, I don't see how renaming the vev should screw up the SPheno output. I'm just online with my mobile right now and can't check myself: what's the difference between mine and your spc? Is there any hint what could the reason with Vevacious doesn't work with yours?
Did you try, if a spc written by a SPheno version generated with the standard SSM files work with your modifiied .vin file as well?

Cheers,
Florian

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Re: Vevacious error for "SSM" model generated by SARAH

Postby samyahaghi » 18. Aug 2017, 21:31

Hi,

>what's the difference between mine and your spc?
There are only some differences in hh1 and hh2 decays between yours and mine. This is weird! Because all settings are the same, even all outputs like mass spectrum and one-loop decays are the same!

>Is there any hint what could the reason with Vevacious doesn't work with yours?
When I compile the LHPC I get the following error:
##################################################
\rm *.o __.SYMDEF
rm: cannot remove '__.SYMDEF': No such file or directory
Makefile:125: recipe for target 'lib//libLHPC.a' failed
make: [lib//libLHPC.a] Error 1 (ignored)
##################################################

>Did you try, if a spc written by a SPheno version generated with the standard SSM files work with your modifiied .vin file as well?
I tried it, still error.

Sincerely,
Sam

PS: I use Python 2.7.13, SARAH-4.12.1, SPheno-4.0.3, Vevacious-1.2.02, CosmoTransitions-2.0a2, Minuit-1_7_9-patch1, pyminuit-1.2.1, LHPC-0.8.12 and HOM4PS2_64-bit. I also installed and used Iminuit but the error was not gone.
I compile and run Vevacious by the following commands:
make LHPCDIR=/home/fly/Prog/LHPC/
./bin/Vevacious.exe --input=./bin/VevaciousInitialization.xml
Last edited by samyahaghi on 20. Aug 2017, 22:58, edited 2 times in total.

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Re: Vevacious error for "SSM" model generated by SARAH

Postby samyahaghi » 20. Aug 2017, 22:46

Dear Florian,

The problem was fixed. It was due to new version of Numpy!!! ;)
Thank you for everything.



Cheers,
Sam

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Re: Vevacious error for "SSM" model generated by SARAH

Postby FStaub » 21. Aug 2017, 09:55

Dear Sam,

thanks for letting me know. I was really running out of idea what could go wrong..

Best,
Florian


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