Strong Symmetry Breaking at e + e − Linear Colliders

@inproceedings{BarklowStrongSB,
  title={Strong Symmetry Breaking at e + e − Linear Colliders},
  author={Timothy L. Barklow}
}
Until a Higgs boson with large couplings to gauge boson pairs is discovered, the possibility of strong electroweak symmetry breaking must be entertained. Without such a particle the scattering of gauge bosons will become strong at a scale of order 1 TeV. The most commonly studied class of theories which deals with this scenario is technicolor [1]. A generic prediction of technicolor theories is that there is a vector resonance with mass below about 2 TeV which unitarizes the WW scattering cross… CONTINUE READING

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