On Wikipedia, there is an article on Moduli(Physics). The link is the following https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moduli_(physics) . What captures me is Higgs and Coulomb Branch. If you click the links on Wikipedia, for these you notice that there is no article for them. A Google search yields research papers non-suited for the novice. What is a SIMPLE model that illustrates these concepts. Preferably written for a Physics high school student or College Freshman.Is there a video, or tutorial I can be directed to which goes over the concepts and operational steps?
I am interested in an operational definition (e.g . . A "X" is a "P" with . . . .)
A simple worked out example (e.g In a simple theory of "X" coupled to "Y" . . . in d dims the "K" branch is a . . . . and here are steps that get you from "M" to "Z")
I like diagrams and animations because I am an idiot ( e.g The vectors from point "l" are the . . .)
I think I can benefit most from simple expository media, with the ideas explicitly stated. I have to confess, I don't want to read a full book.I am human. I can go over a page or two long article, but I love videos. I am aware of prerequisites to gain such understanding.