Phenomenoogical Implications of the mt RGE Fixed Point for SUSY Higgs Boson Searches.

@inproceedings{Barger1993PhenomenoogicalIO,
  title={Phenomenoogical Implications of the mt RGE Fixed Point for SUSY Higgs Boson Searches.},
  author={V. Barger and M. S. Berger and P. Ohmann and R. Phillips},
  year={1993}
}
  • V. Barger, M. S. Berger, +1 author R. Phillips
  • Published 1993
  • Physics
  • Abstract In minimal SUSY-GUT models with MSUSY ≲ 1 TeV, the renormalization group equations have a solution dominated by the infrared fixed point of the top Yukawa coupling. This fixed point predicts mt = (200 GeV) sin β; combined with the LEP results it excludes mt ≲ 130 GeV. For mt in the range 130–160 GeV, we discuss the sensitivity of the mt fixed point result to GUT threshold corrections and point out the implications for Higgs boson searches. The lightest scalar h has mass 60–85 GeV and… CONTINUE READING
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