Selecting supersymmetric string scenarios from sparticle spectra.

  title={Selecting supersymmetric string scenarios from sparticle spectra.},
  author={Benjamin C. Allanach and David Grellscheid and F. Quevedo},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
We approach the following question: if supersymmetry is discovered, how can we select among different supersymmetric extensions of the Standard Model? In particular, we perform an analysis of the sparticle spectrum in low-energy string effective theories, asking which observables best distinguish various scenarios. We examine scenarios differing by the fundamental string scale and concentrate on GUT and intermediate scale models. We scan over four parameters (two goldstino angles, tan β and the… 

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