Physics Searches at the LHC
by David E. Morrissey, Tilman Plehn, Tim M.P. Tait
Publisher: arXiv 2010
Number of pages: 184
With the LHC up and running, the focus of experimental and theoretical high energy physics will soon turn to an interpretation of LHC data in terms of the physics of electroweak symmetry breaking and the TeV scale. We present here a broad review of models for new TeV-scale physics and their LHC signatures.
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