TY - BOOK
AU - Hollik,W.
AU - Rückl,Reinhold
AU - Wess,Julius
TI - Phenomenological aspects of supersymmetry: proceedings of a series of seminars held at the Max-Planck-Institut für Physik, Munich, FRG, May to November 1991
T2 - Lecture notes in physics,
SN - 9783540472810
AV - QC174.17.S9 P48 1992
U1 - 539.7/25 20
PY - 1992///
CY - Berlin, New York
PB - Springer-Verlag
KW - Supersymmetry
KW - Congresses
KW - fast
KW - Supersymmetrie
KW - swd
KW - Electronic books
KW - Conference papers and proceedings
N1 - Includes bibliographical references; The supersymmetric standard model -- The Higgs sector of the minimal supersymmetric model -- Mass spectra of supersymmetric particles and experimental bounds -- Cosmological constraints on supersymmetric models -- Production and decay of supersymmetric particles at future colliders -- Supersymmetry searches using high energy photon beams -- Rare decays, heavy top and minimal supersymmetry -- Supersymmetric quantum effects on electroweak precision observables -- Radiative corrections in the supersymmetric Higgs sector -- The upper limit of the light Higgs Boson mass in the minimal supersymmetric model -- The standard model with minimal dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking -- The minimal supersymmetric standard model with dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking; Electronic reproduction; [Place of publication not identified]; HathiTrust Digital Library; 2010
N2 - Although the Standard Model of strong and electroweak interactions describesparticle physics phenomena up to the vector boson mass scale very well, it is in general believed that it is not the ultimate theory. The aim of this series of seminars was to initiate discussions between field theorists and phenomenologically oriented high energy physicists on the observable consequenses of the concept of SUSY. The subjects covered by the individual contributions include an introduction to the basic features of SUSY models, in particular the minimal supersymmetric Standard Model, followed by discussions of the theoretical predictions and experimental findings on the particle content and mass spectra, cosmological consequenses, indirect manifestations through quantum effects, radiative corrections in the supersymmetric Higgs sector, and the concept of dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking in the context ofSUSY. These topics are treated at a level appropriate for advanced students. However, the book should also be useful for teachers and researchers
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ER -