The LHC Inverse Problem, Supersymmetry and the ILC

@article{Berger2007TheLI,
  title={The LHC Inverse Problem, Supersymmetry and the ILC},
  author={Carola F. Berger and James S. Gainer and Joanne L. Hewett and B.Lillie and Thomas G. Rizzo},
  journal={Physical Review Letters},
  year={2007}
}

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