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Introduction

  • Shingo KazamaEmail author
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Abstract

The Standard Model (SM) (Glashow, Nucl Phys 22:579, 1961, [1], Weinberg, Phys Rev Lett 19:1264, 1967, [2], Salam, Elementary particle theory, 1968, [3]) represents currently the most accurate and predictive description of nature, at least up to the scale of the weak interaction. It provides an almost complete picture of the interactions of matter through three out of four fundamental interactions in nature: the electromagnetic, the weak, and the strong interactions. Numerous precision measurements have validated its accuracy. However, there are still many outstanding issues that the SM does not provide the answers. This indicates that it is a low-energy approximation of a fundamental theory, and new physics beyond the SM does exist.

Keywords

Predictive Description Electroweak Production Anomaly-mediated Supersymmetry Breaking (AMSB) Previous ATLAS Searches Gluino Mass 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The University of TokyoTokyoJapan

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