A Stealth Supersymmetry Sampler

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Title: A Stealth Supersymmetry Sampler
Author: Reece, Matthew; Fan, JiJi; Ruderman, Joshua T.

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Citation: Fan, JiJi, Matthew Reece, and Joshua T. Ruderman. 2012. A stealth supersymmetry sampler. Journal of High Energy Physics 2012(7): 196.
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Abstract: The LHC has strongly constrained models of supersymmetry with traditional missing energy signatures. We present a variety of models that realize the concept of Stealth Supersymmetry, i.e. models with R-parity in which one or more nearly-supersymmetric particles (a “stealth sector”) lead to collider signatures with only a small amount of missing energy. The simplest realization involves low-scale supersymmetry breaking, with an R-odd particle decaying to its superpartner and a soft gravitino. We clarify the stealth mechanism and its differences from compressed supersymmetry and explain the requirements for stealth models with high-scale supersymmetry breaking, in which the soft invisible particle is not a gravitino. We also discuss new and distinctive classes of stealth models that couple through a baryon portal or Z′ gauge interactions. Finally, we present updated limits on stealth supersymmetry in light of current LHC searches.
Published Version: doi:10.1007/JHEP07(2012)196
Other Sources: http://arxiv.org/abs/1201.4875
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