SuperBayeS: Supersymmetry Parameters Extraction Routines

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SuperBayeS: Supersymmetry Parameters Extraction Routines for Bayesian Statistics

Post by owlice » Sun Sep 11, 2011 9:15 pm

SuperBayeS: Supersymmetry Parameters Extraction Routines for Bayesian Statistics

Abstract: SuperBayeS is a package for fast and efficient sampling of supersymmetric theories. It uses Bayesian techniques to explore multidimensional SUSY parameter spaces and to compare SUSY predictions with observable quantities, including sparticle masses, collider observables, dark matter abundance, direct detection cross sections, indirect detection quantities etc. Scanning can be performed using Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) technology or even more efficiently by employing a new scanning technique called MultiNest (ascl:1109.006). which implements the nested sampling algorithm. Using MultiNest, a full 8-dimensional scan of the CMSSM takes about 12 hours on 10 2.4GHz CPUs. There is also an option for old-style fixed-grid scanning. A <a href=" ... discussion forum for SuperBayeS</a> is available.

The package combines SoftSusy, DarkSusy, FeynHiggs, Bdecay, MultiNest and MicrOMEGAs. Some of the routines and the plotting tools are based on <a href="">CosmoMC</a>.

SuperBayeS comes with SuperEGO, a MATLAB graphical user interface tool for interactive plotting of the results. SuperEGO has been developed by Rachid Lemrani and is based on CosmoloGUI by Sarah Bridle.

Credit: Ruiz de Austri, Roberto; Trotta, Roberto; Feroz, Farhan

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Bibcode: 2011ascl.soft09007R

ID: ascl:1109.007
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