Challenging Weak-Scale Supersymmetry at CollidersPhysical Review D
AbstractExperimental searches for supersymmetry are entering a new era. As future experiments explore the mass range above the current lower bounds on superpartner masses, a failure to observe signals of superpartner production will begin to erode the central motivation for supersymmetry at the weak scale. In this article we present a detailed examination of which regions of supersymmetric parameter space are most natural and the extent to which weak-scale supersymmetry becomes unnatural if no superpartners are observed at CERN LEP II, the Fermilab Tevatron, possible upgrades of these machines, and the CERN LHC.
Citation InformationGreg W. Anderson and Diego Castano. "Challenging Weak-Scale Supersymmetry at Colliders" Physical Review D Vol. 53 Iss. 5 (1995) p. 2403 - 2410 ISSN: 1550-7998
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