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Manuscript Title: mr: a C++ library for the matching and running of the Standard Model parameters
Authors: Bernd A. Kniehl, Andrey F. Pikelner, Oleg L. Veretin
Program title: mr
Catalogue identifier: AFAI_v1_0
Distribution format: tar.gz
Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 206(2016)84
Programming language: C++.
Computer: IBM PC.
Operating system: Linux, Mac OS X.
RAM: 1 GB
Keywords: Particle physics, Standard Model, Running parameters, Renormalization group evolution, Threshold corrections.
Classification: 11.1.

External routines: TSIL [1], OdeInt [2], boost [3]

Nature of problem:
The running parameters of the Standard Model renormalized in the MS scheme at some high renormalization scale, which is chosen by the user, are evaluated in perturbation theory as precisely as possible in two steps. First, the initial conditions at the electroweak energy scale are evaluated from the Fermi constant GF and the pole masses of the W , Z, and Higgs bosons and the bottom and top quarks including the full two-loop threshold corrections. Second, the evolution to the high energy scale is performed by numerically solving the renormalization group evolution equations through three loops. Pure QCD corrections to the matching and running are included through four loops.

Solution method:
Numerical integration of analytic expressions

Additional comments:
Available for download from URL: http://apik.github.io/mr/. The MathLink interface is tested to work with Mathematica 7-9 and, with an additional flag, also with Mathematica 10 under Linux and with Mathematica 10 under Mac OS X.

Running time:
less than 1 second

References:
[1] S. P. Martin and D. G. Robertson, Comput. Phys. Commun. 174 (2006) 133- 151 [hep-ph/0501132].
[2] K. Ahnert and M. Mulansky, AIP Conf. Proc. 1389 (2011) 1586-1589 [arxiv:1110.3397 [cs.MS]].
[3] http://www.boost.org/