Discovery potential for supersymmetry in CMS

@inproceedings{SAbdullin1998DiscoveryPF,
  title={Discovery potential for supersymmetry in CMS},
  author={S.Abdullin and Z.Antunovich and F.Charles and D.Denegri and U.Dydak and M.Dzelalija and V.Genchev and D.Graham and I.Iashvili and A.Kharchilava and R.Kinnunen and S.Kunori and K.Mazumdar and C.Racca and L.Rurua and N.Stepanov and J.Womersley},
  year={1998}
}
This work summarizes and puts in an overall perspective studies done within CMS concerning the discovery potential for squarks and gluinos, sleptons, charginos and neutralinos, SUSY dark matter, lightest Higgs, sparticle mass determination methods and the detector design optimisation in view of SUSY searches. It represents the status of our understanding of these subjects as of Summer 1997. As a benchmark model we used the minimal supergravity-inspired super- symmetric standard model (mSUGRA… 

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