Supersymmetry (SUSY) is one of the possible extension of the Standard Model (SM). While waiting for LHC, the Tevatron complex is exploring the most extended energy range ever. Because the Tevatron is a hadron collider, its experiments CDF and D0 record events which are dominated by QCD processes, which are not characterized by the production of multi leptons, and since few SM processes are able to mimic such signatures, it follows that such events are of particular interest in the challenging search for new physics.
KeywordsHadron Collider Standard Model Prediction Opal Collaboration Chargino Mass Standard Model Process
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