The Two-Higgs Doublet Model is a well studied extension of the Standard Model of particle physics. Most notably, it predicts the existence of five Higgs particles, three of which are electrically neutral (h_{1}, h_{2}, and h_{3}), a charged particle H+, and its anti-particle H- Contributions of the basis-independent CP-violating Two-Higgs Doublet Model to the oblique parameters S, T, U, V, W, X were calculated. Relationships between the oblique parameters and the five Higgs particles were determined numerically. The effects of adjusting the theoretical upper bounds for Z_{1},
Re(Z_{6}e^{-iθ23}),
Im(Z_{6}e^{-iθ23}),
Re(Z_{5}e^{-2iθ23}),
Im(Z_{5}e^{-2iθ23}),
Z_{34}, and Z_{3} by factors of 1/10, 1/2 , 2, and 20 were studied. Using the original theoretical upper bounds, correlations between S-V-W-m_{1}, S-V-W-m_{H±}, T-U-X-m_{1}, and T-U-X-m_{H±} were sonifed using the sound synthesis program SuperCollider.

For more detail, please see the following
article.

The results from the sonification are found here:
SVWm1,
SVWmH,
TUXm1,
TUXmH.