Effective operators in supersymmetry

  title={Effective operators in supersymmetry},
  author={Dardo Daniel Piriz and J. Wudka},
  journal={Physical Review D},
We consider a low-energy supersymmetric scenario in which the effects of heavy supersymmetric interactions are included in a model-independent manner through a series of supersymmetric $\mathrm{SU}{(3)}_{C}\ifmmode\times\else\texttimes\fi{}\mathrm{SU}{(2)}_{L}\ifmmode\times\else\texttimes\fi{}\mathrm{U}{(1)}_{Y}$ invariant operators; we explicitly construct all such operators of dimension $l~6.$ From this set, those operators generated at tree level by the underlying theory are isolated since… 

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