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Higgs production feynman diagram
% Author: Matthias Wolf
\subfloat[][]{
\feynmandiagram [horizontal=l2 to h] {
g1 -- [gluon] l1 -- [anti fermion,edge label={\Ptop,\Pb}] l2 -- [scalar, edge label=\PH] h,
g2 -- [gluon] l3 -- [fermion] l2,
l3 -- [anti fermion] l1,
g1 -- [draw=none] g2,
};
\label{sfig:ggf}
} \hspace{5mm}
\subfloat[][]{
\feynmandiagram [horizontal=v1 to v2] {
f1 [particle=\(f\)] -- [fermion] v1 -- [boson] v2 -- [boson] v3 [particle={\PW,\PZ}],
f2 [particle=\(\overline f\)] -- [anti fermion] v1,
v2 -- [scalar, edge label'=\PH] h1,
};
\label{sfig:hs}
}
\subfloat[][]{
\feynmandiagram [horizontal=h1 to h2] {
f1 -- [fermion] i1 -- [fermion] f1f [particle=\(f\)],
i1 -- [boson] h1 -- [boson] i2,
h1 -- [scalar, edge label'=\PH] h2,
f2 -- [fermion] i2 -- [fermion] f2f [particle=\(f\)],
f1 -- [draw=none] f2,
i1 -- [draw=none] i2,
f1f -- [draw=none] h2,
f2f -- [draw=none] h2,
};
\label{sfig:vbf}
} \hspace{5mm}
\subfloat[][]{
\feynmandiagram [horizontal=h1 to h2] {
f1 -- [gluon] i1 -- [anti fermion] f1f [particle=\(\overline \Ptop\)],
i1 -- [fermion] h1 -- [fermion] i2,
h1 -- [scalar, edge label'=\PH] h2,
f2 -- [gluon] i2 -- [fermion] f2f [particle=\(\Ptop\)],
f1 -- [draw=none] f2,
i1 -- [draw=none] i2,
f1f -- [draw=none] h2,
f2f -- [draw=none] h2,
};
\label{sfig:ttH}
}
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