Nonlinear supersymmetric standard model and its phenomenology
We consider the Higgs sector of a nonlinear supersymmetric standard model. Analytic solutions for some useful mass relations are derived. We investigate physical consequences of the model for LEP 1, LEP 2, and 500, 1000 resp. 2000 GeV LCs, and show that the neutral scalar Higgs bosons will most probably enable LC 500, 1000, 2000 to test the model conclusively, whereas at LEP 1, 2 only a part of the parameter space can be explored. As for the two pseudoscalar Higgs bosons the lighter one cannot be detected at any of the considered colliders, whereas the heavier one could possibly be detected with about “10 percent probability” at LC 1000 and LC 2000.
KeywordsHiggs Boson Production Cross Section Higgs Sector Discovery Limit Supergravity Multiplet
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