Higgs-mass predictions in the MSSM and beyond

  title={Higgs-mass predictions in the MSSM and beyond},
  author={Pietro Slavich and Sven Heinemeyer and Emanuele Bagnaschi and Henning Bahl and Mark D. Goodsell and Howard E. Haber and Thomas Hahn and Robert V. Harlander and Wolfgang F L Hollik and G. Lee and Milada M. Muhlleitner and Sebastian Pa{\ss}ehr and Heidi Rzehak and Dominik Stockinger and Alexander Voigt and C. E. M. Wagner and Georg Weiglein and Benjamin C. Allanach and Thomas Biekotter and Sophia Borowka and Johannes Braathen and M. Carena and Thi Nhung Dao and Giuseppe Degrassi and Florian Domingo and Peter Drechsel and Ulrich Ellwanger and Martin Gabelmann and Ramona Grober and Jonas Klappert and Thomas Kwasnitza and Danilo Meuser and Luminita N. Mihaila and Nick Murphy and Kilian Nickel and Werner Porod and Edilson A.Reyes Rojas and I. V. Sobolev and Florian Staub},
  journal={European Physical Journal C},
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