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Chargino production at the ILC

@article{Vera2020CharginoPA,
  title={Chargino production at the ILC},
  author={Mar'ia Teresa N'unez Pardo de Vera and Mikael Berggren and Jenny List},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2020}
}
The lighter chargino, $\widetilde{\chi}_1^{\pm}$, is a prime candidate to be the next-to-lightest SUSY particle (the NLSP). Several analyses of $\widetilde{\chi}_1^{\pm}$ pair-production at the ILC, at specific model-points, have been performed, showing that detection and property-determination is possible, even for very difficult cases. However, no recent studies have evaluated the reach of the ILC to detect $\widetilde{\chi}_1^{\pm}$ pair production in general. In this study, cross sections… 

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