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"... 22 Dec 1999 Quasiinfrared fixed points and renormalisation group invariant trajectories for nonholomorphic soft supersymmetry breaking I. Jack and D.R.T. Jones ..."
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22 Dec 1999 Quasiinfrared fixed points and renormalisation group invariant trajectories for nonholomorphic soft supersymmetry breaking I. Jack and D.R.T. Jones
Phenomenological Issues in Supersymmetry with Nonholomorphic Soft Breaking
, 2005
"... We present a through discussion of motivations for and phenomenological issues in supersymmetric models with minimal matter content and nonholomorphic softbreaking terms. Using the unification of the gauge couplings and assuming SUSY is broken with nonstandard soft terms, we provide semianalytic ..."
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We present a through discussion of motivations for and phenomenological issues in supersymmetric models with minimal matter content and nonholomorphic softbreaking terms. Using the unification of the gauge couplings and assuming SUSY is broken with nonstandard soft terms, we provide semi
Deformed Moduli Spaces, Conformal Theories and N = 2 YangMills Theory
, 1999
"... We give a selfcontained discussion of recent progress in computing the nonperturbative effects of small nonholomorphic soft supersymmetry breaking, including a simple new derivation of these results based on an anomalyfree gauged U(1)R background. We apply these results to N = 1 theories with defo ..."
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We give a selfcontained discussion of recent progress in computing the nonperturbative effects of small nonholomorphic soft supersymmetry breaking, including a simple new derivation of these results based on an anomalyfree gauged U(1)R background. We apply these results to N = 1 theories
A Supersymmetry Primer
, 2011
"... I provide a pedagogical introduction to supersymmetry. The level of discussion is aimed at readers who are familiar with the Standard Model and quantum field theory, but who have had little or no prior exposure to supersymmetry. Topics covered include: motivations for supersymmetry, the construction ..."
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, the construction of supersymmetric Lagrangians, superspace and superfields, soft supersymmetrybreaking interactions, the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM), Rparity and its consequences, the origins of supersymmetry breaking, the mass spectrum of the MSSM, decays of supersymmetric particles
Nonholomorphic effective potential in N = 4 SU(n) SYM,” Phys
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, 1999
"... We compute the oneloop nonholomorphic effective potential for the N = 4 SU(n) supersymmetric YangMills theory with the gauge symmetry broken down to the maximal torus U(1) n−1. Our approach remains powerful for arbitrary gauge groups and is based on the use of N = 2 harmonic superspace formulatio ..."
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We compute the oneloop nonholomorphic effective potential for the N = 4 SU(n) supersymmetric YangMills theory with the gauge symmetry broken down to the maximal torus U(1) n−1. Our approach remains powerful for arbitrary gauge groups and is based on the use of N = 2 harmonic superspace
Supersymmetry Breaking Vacua from M Theory Fivebranes
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"... We consider intersecting brane configurations realizing N = 2 supersymmetric gauge theories broken to N = 1 by multitrace superpotentials, and softly to N = 0. We analyze, in the framework of M5brane wrapping a curve, the supersymmetric vacua and the analogs of spontaneous supersymmetry breaking an ..."
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and soft supersymmetry breaking in gauge theories. We show that the M5brane does not exhibit the analog of metastable spontaneous supersymmetry breaking, and does not have nonholomorphic minimal volume curves with holomorphic boundary conditions. However, we find that any point in the N = 2 moduli space
Largevolume flux compactifications: Moduli spectrum and D3/D7 soft supersymmetry breaking
 SYSTEMATICS OF MODULI STABILISATION IN CALABIYAU FLUX COMPACTIFICATIONS,” JHEP 0503 (2005) 007 [ARXIV:HEPTH/0502058]. – 42
, 2005
"... We present an explicit calculation of the spectrum of a general class of string models, corresponding to CalabiYau flux compactifications with h1,2> h1,1> 1 with leading perturbative and nonperturbative corrections, in which all geometric moduli are stabilised as in hepth/0502058. The volum ..."
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of validity of the effective field theory. We compute the spectrum in the moduli sector finding a hierarchy of masses depending on inverse powers of the volume. We also compute soft supersymmetry breaking terms for particles living on D3 and D7 branes. We find a hierarchy of soft terms corresponding
Softness of Supersymmetry Breaking on the
, 2005
"... Abstract: We consider supersymmetry breaking due to a ScherkSchwarz twist or localized mass terms in 6d N = 1 supersymmetric gauge theory compactified on the orbifold T 2 /Z2. We show that the ScherkSchwarz breaking in 6d is equivalent to the localized breaking with mass terms along the lines in e ..."
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Abstract: We consider supersymmetry breaking due to a ScherkSchwarz twist or localized mass terms in 6d N = 1 supersymmetric gauge theory compactified on the orbifold T 2 /Z2. We show that the ScherkSchwarz breaking in 6d is equivalent to the localized breaking with mass terms along the lines
Soft Supersymmetry Breaking in Calabiyau Orientifolds with Dbranes . . .
, 2003
"... In this paper we compute the N = 1 effective low energy action for a stack of N spacetime filling D3branes in generic type IIB CalabiYau orientifolds with nontrivial background fluxes by reducing the DiracBornInfeld and ChernSimons actions. Specifically, we determine the Kähler potential for ..."
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for the excitations of the Dbrane including their couplings to all bulk moduli fields. In the effective theory, N = 1 supergravity is spontaneously broken by the presence of fluxes and we compute the induced soft supersymmetry breaking terms. We find an interesting structure in the resulting soft terms
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