The Search for Supersymmetry: Probing Physics Beyond the Standard Model

@article{Haber1985TheSF,
  title={The Search for Supersymmetry: Probing Physics Beyond the Standard Model},
  author={Howard E. Haber and Gordon Kane},
  journal={Physics Reports},
  year={1985},
  volume={117},
  pages={75-263}
}
Abstract In this paper we survey methods by which supersymmetry (or other new physics) could be observed in experiments at present and future accelerators. We review some of the motivation for supposing supersymmetry might be a symmetry of nature even though there is presently no evidence for it. We try to systematize the necessary new notation, and discuss in some detail how to calculate results, with considerable emphasis on pedagogical completeness. We summarize present limits on the… Expand
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