Improved Higgs naturalness with or without supersymmetry
- Many models of electroweak symmetry-breaking with an extended Higgs sector exhibit improved naturalness, wherein the new physics scale, at which quadratic divergences of Higgs mass parameters due to top quark loops are cut off, can be pushed beyond the reach of the Large Hadron Collidor without unnatural fine-tuning. Such models include examples where the new physics is supersymmetry, implying that supersymmetry may still solve the hierarchy problem, even if it eludes detection at the Large Hadron Collider.
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- Citation: Gripaios, B. & West, S. M. (2006). 'Improved Higgs naturalness with or without supersymmetry', Physical Review D 74, 075002. [Available at http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v74/e075002].
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