SUSY constraints, relic density, and very early universe

@article{Arbey2010SUSYCR,
  title={SUSY constraints, relic density, and very early universe},
  author={Alexandre Arbey and Farvah Mahmoudi},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2010},
  volume={2010},
  pages={1-12}
}
The sensitivity of the lightest supersymmetric particle relic density calculation to different cosmological scenarios is discussed. In particular, we investigate the effects of modifications of the expansion rate and of the entropy content in the Early Universe. These effects, even with no observational consequences, can still drastically modify the relic density constraints on the SUSY parameter space. We suggest general parametrizations to evaluate such effects, and derive also constraints… 

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