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Cambridge Lectures on Supersymmetry and Extra Dimensions

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Cambridge Lectures on Supersymmetry and Extra Dimensions
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 130

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These lectures on supersymmetry and extra dimensions are aimed at finishing undergraduate and beginning postgraduate students with a background in quantum field theory and group theory. The text gives an introduction to supersymmetry in four spacetime dimensions, and extra spacetime dimensions which are combined with the concept of supersymmetry.

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