Flags in SPheno LesHouches file
Aus SARAH wiki
(Weitergeleitet von SPheno flags)
There are many options which can be used in the block SPhenoInput
in the Les Houches input file to set up the calculations and the output done by SPheno :

1
sets the error level; default is0

2
if1
, the SPA conventions are used; default is0

7
if1
, skips two loop Higgs masses; default is0

8
Method to calculate twoloop corrections; default is3

1
: fully numerical method 
2
: semianalytical method 
3
: diagrammatic calculation 
8/9
: using results from literature if available;8
includes only corrections


9
if1
, twoloop corrections are calculated in gaugeless limit; default is1

10
if1
, safe mode is used for the numerical derivative in the twoloop Higgs calculations; default is0

11
if1
, the branching ratios of the SUSY and Higgs particles are calculated; default is1

12
defines minimum value for a branching ratios to be included in output; default is 
13
adjusts the threebody decays:0
: no threebody decays are calculated;1
only threebody decays of fermions are calculated;2
only threebody decays of scalars are calculated;3
threebody decays of fermions and scalars are calculated; default is1

14
if1
, the running parameters at the mass scale of the decaying particle are calculated. Otherwise, the parameters at the standard renormalization scale are used; default is1

15
defines minimum value for a width to be included in output; default is 
31
positive values are uses as GUT scale; otherwise a dynamical GUT scale fulfilling the given condition is used; default is1

32
if1
, forces strict unification, i.e. ; default is0

33
if set, a fixed renormalization scale is used 
34
sets the relative precision of the mass calculation; default is 
35
sets the maximal number of iterations in the calculation of the masses; default is 40 
36
sets the minimal number of iterations before SPhenostops because of tachyon in the spectrum; default is 5 
37
defines if CKM matrix is taken to be in the up (1
) or down (2
) quark sector; default is1

38
sets the loop order of the RGEs:1
or2
can be used; default is2

39
if1
, writes output using SLHA1 format; default is0

41
sets the width of the Zboson , default is 2.49 GeV 
42
sets the width of the Wboson , default is 2.06 GeV 
50
if1
, negative fermion masses are rotated to real ones by multiplying the rotation matrix with ; default is1

51
if0
, the parameters are not rotated into the SCKM basis in the spectrum file; default is0

52
if1
, a negative mass squared is always ignored and set 0; default is0

53
if1
, a negative mass squared at is always ignored and set 0; default is0

54
if1
, the output is written even if there has been a problem during the run; default is0

55
if0
, the loop corrections to all masses are skipped; default is1

57
if0
, the calculation of the low energy observables is skipped; default is1

58
if0
, the calculation of in the boundary conditions at the SUSY scale is skipped; default is1

60
if0
, possible effects from kinetic mixing are neglected; default is1

61
if0
, the RGE running of SM parameters is skipped in a low scale input; default is1

62
if0
, the RGE running of SUSY parameters to the low scale is skipped for the calculation of the flavour and precision observables; default is1

63
if0
, the RGE running of SM parameters to the low scale is skipped for the calculation of the flavour and precision observables; default is1

64
if1
, the running parameters at the scale are written in the spectrum file; default is0

65
can be used if several, independent solution to the tadpole equations exists; default is1
. An integer is used to pick one solution 
75
if1
, a file containing all parameters in WHIZARDformat is created; default is1

76
if1
, input files for HiggsBoundsandHiggsSignals
are written; default is1

77
if1
, output is written to be used with MicrOmegas: running masses for light quarks are written instead of pole masses (necessary for the direct detection calculation) and real rotation matrices for Majorana fermions are used; default is0

86
sets the maximal width which is taken as ’invisible’ in the output for HiggsBoundsandHiggsSignals
; default is0.

88
sets a maximal mass of particles which are included in loop calculations; default is GeV. Note, this option must be turned in SARAHfirst 
89
sets the maximal mass for scalars which is treated as numerical zero; default is GeV 
95
if1
, mass matrices at oneloop are forced to be real; default is0

400
fixes initial stepsize in numerical derivative for the purely numerical method to calculate twoloop Higgs masses; default is0.1

401
fixes initial stepsize in numerical derivative for the semianalytical method to calculate twoloop Higgs masses; default is0.001

510
if1
, SPheno writes solution of tadpole equations at treelevel; default is1
. This is needed for Vevacious. 
515
if1
, SPheno writes all running values at the GUT scale; default is0

520
if1
, SPheno writes HiggsBoundsblocks (effective coupling ratios of Higgs particles to SM fields); default is1

521
if1
, SPheno includes higher order corrections to effective scalar diphoton and digluon vertices; default is1

522
if1
, SPheno uses the pole masses in the calcultion of diphoton and digluon vertices; default is1

525
if1
, SPheno writes the size of all different contributions to the Higgs diphoton rate; default is0

530
if1
, the treelevel values of the tadpole equations appear in the output instead of the loop corrected ones; default is0

550
if0
, the finetuning calculation is skipped; default is1

551
if1
, oneloop corrections to mass are included in finetuning calculation; default is0

999
if1
, debug information is printed on the screen; default is0
See also
 SPheno
 Setting up the SPheno properties
 Flags in SPheno LesHouches file