Introduction to Supersymmetry: Astrophysical and Phenomenological Constraints
by Keith A. Olive
Publisher: arXiv 1999
Number of pages: 67
These lectures on supersymmetry contain a pedagogical description of supersymmetric theories and the minimal supersymmetric standard model. Phenomenological and cosmological consequences of supersymmetry are also discussed.
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