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SUSY parameter determination

@inproceedings{Lafaye2005SUSYPD,
  title={SUSY parameter determination},
  author={R. Lafaye and T.Plehn and D. Zerwas},
  year={2005}
}
The impact of the LHC, SLHC and the ILC on the precision of the determination of supersymmetric parameters is investigated. In particular, in the point SPS1a the measurements performed at the ILC will improve by an order of magnitude the precision obtained by the LHC alone. The SLHC with respect to the LHC has the potential to reduce the errors by a factor two. 
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