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eBook Weak Scale Supersymmetry (Frontiers in Physics) ePub

by Howard Baer

  • ISBN: 0813341205
  • Category: Physics
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Howard Baer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (August 31, 2004)
  • Pages: 480
  • ePub book: 1320 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1258 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 786

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KEYWORDS: Space-Time Properties, Quantum Field, Arrow of Time, Chirality, Algebra of Distributions, Symmetry Violation. JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vo. 0 N., June 24, 2019.

KEYWORDS: Space-Time Properties, Quantum Field, Arrow of Time, Chirality, Algebra of Distributions, Symmetry Violation. ABSTRACT: In this paper we consider properties of the four-dimensional space-time manifold M caused by the proposition that, according to the scheme theory, the manifold M is locally isomorphic to the spectrum of the algebra A, M ≅ Spec (A), where A is the commutative algebra of distributions of quantum-field densities. Points of the manifold M are defined as maximal ideals of density distributions.

Baer and Tata's Weak Scale Supersymmetry is the most phenomenological text, closest to what will be needed to make detailed interpretations of the data. Baer and Tata's book is a good introduction to practical supersymmetry theory and offers a helpful chapter on the superspace formalism and material on possible ways of breaking supersymmetry. Gordon Kane, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Physics Today.

The book covers a very wide range of phenomena within the large subject of grand unification and supersymmetry in elementary particle physics. Almost every possible development in the field is included here.

Items related to Weak Scale Supersymmetry (Frontiers in Physics) Howard Baer is Professor of Physics at Florida State University. Xerxes Tata is Professor of Physics at the University of Hawaii, Honolulu.

Items related to Weak Scale Supersymmetry (Frontiers in Physics). Baer, Howard Weak Scale Supersymmetry (Frontiers in Physics). ISBN 13: 9780813341194. Weak Scale Supersymmetry (Frontiers in Physics). It develops the concepts of supersymmetry into a framework for describing unified theories of elementary particles. Howard Baer is Professor of Physics at Florida State University. Both are experts on the interface between supersymmtery theory and experiment.

Howard Baer, Xerxes Tata. Supersymmetric models of particle physics predict new superpartner matter states for each particle in the Standard Model. These superpartners will have wide ranging implications, from cosmology to observations at high energy accelerators, such as CERN's LHC. In this text, the authors develop the basic concepts of supersymmetry and show how it can be incorporated into a theoretical framework for describing unified theories of elementary particles.

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For supersymmetry and supergravity, my primary recommendation is. Supergravity by Freedman and Van Proeyen. This book has a very large number of exercises interspersed across the text

For supersymmetry and supergravity, my primary recommendation is. This book has a very large number of exercises interspersed across the text. The exercises are placed at locations that are relevant to the prose around them, and they vary in their level of difficulty from verifying certain results in the text, to involved problems, so they're well-suited to self-study. As an aside, the prose itself is (at least in the first 10 chapters or so) clear and pedgogical

Weak Scale Supersymmetry. From Superfields to Scattering Events.

Weak Scale Supersymmetry. Baer, Howard Krupovnickas, Tadas Mustafayev, Azar Park, Eun-Kyung Profumo, Stefano and Tata, Xerxes 2005. Exploring the BWCA (Bino-Wino co-annihilation) scenario for neutralino dark matter. Journal of High Energy Physics, Vol. 2005, Issue. 12, p. 011. CrossRef.

Howard Baer is Homer L. Dodge Professor of High Energy Physics at the University of Oklahoma. He specializes in theoretical particle physics and cosmology, working on collider physics, supersymmetry, LHC and dark matter. He has published over 200 articles in refereed journals.

Supersymmetry is also known as a 'grand unified theory' or the 'theory of everything', which is intended to unify all four forces in nature: the strong and weak nuclear forces, electromagnetism, and gravity.

Within the field of high energy physics, this volume is intended to guide experimenters in their search for supersymmetric particles. It takes a phenomenological approach.

Comments

Gavinranara Gavinranara
I think, without any doubt, that this is the best introductory textbook on supersymmetric particle theories. There are a number of textbooks on supersymmetry that were published during the last 15 years. Many of them are much more formal and mathematical and not adequate for a first introduction to this subject. For instance you can check Wess-Bagger, Freund, P.C. West. This textbook has been carefully written and edited by Cambridge Univ. Press. The notation used is very consistent from beginning to end. The textbook is perfect as a continuation of a course on quantum field theory. The book is very complete and it covers from an order zero introduction to the subject to the most recent phenomenology. The authors are world leading experts on the collider phenomenology of supersymmetric field theories and this subject receives special attention. There are a couple of textbooks that attempted to publish some basic introduction to the phenomenology of supersymmetric theories, see for instance the S.Weinberg or the Mohapatra textbooks. On the other hand, none of them presents an introduction so extensive and careful to the topic as the Baer-Tata textbook. I strongly recommend this textbook to any graduate student of particle physics. I wish this textbook had been available when I first attempted to understand supersymmetric field theories. If you have read this textbook and are interested in more formal aspects of supersymmetry I recommend to continue your studies with another recent textbook by J.Terning.
Vozuru Vozuru
I used this book to teach a one-semester course on Supersymmetry to physics graduate students who had completed a course in Particle Physics and/or Quantum Field Theory. I like this book a lot. It is very pedagogical, giving good examples to demonstrate general ideas. It is geared towards those of us who in interested in the search for Supersymmetry in particle physics experiments (present and future), and teaches you how to calculate cross sections and decays. The discussion of the variety of Supersymmetry models is done in a succinct manner, giving you the concepts and results you need without going into unnecessary details. When I wanted to delve into a topic further, I often found S. Weinberg's "The Quantum Theory of Fields III: Supersymmetry" to be useful. There are now a variety of good books on Supersymmetry on the market, but I think this one does the best job of preparing the reader for the search for Supersymmetry in particle physics experiments. The book uses the four-component spinor notation throughout (as does Weinberg's book), which is more familiar for practical calculations than the two-component notation found in most other Supersymmetry books. I found this to be an asset.