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Reconstructing Supersymmetry at ILC/LHC

@article{Blair2005ReconstructingSA,
  title={Reconstructing Supersymmetry at ILC/LHC},
  author={Grahame A. Blair and A. Freitas and H. -U. Martyn and G. Polesello and Werner Porod and Peter M. Zerwas},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2005}
}
Coherent analyses of experimental results from LHC and ILC will allow us to draw a comprehensive and precise picture of the supersymmetric particle sector. Based on this platform the fundamental supersymmetric theory can be reconstructed at the high scale which is potentially close to the Planck scale. This procedure will be reviewed for three characteristic examples: minimal supergravity as the paradigm; a left-right symmetric extension incorporating intermediate mass scales; and a specific… Expand

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