Supersymmetry: A Decade of Development
Peter C. West
Adam Hilger, 1986 - Science - 483 pages
In this book leading developments in supersymmetry are explained by many of the subject's pioneers. In several cases the book, for the first time, allows authors to explain the important results for which they were responsible. It is primarily intended for all students and researchers in theoretical physics, mathematical physics and high energy physics who require an introduction to supersymmetric theories. It is expository and introductory in character, however the range of topics covered is sufficiently wide to be of interest to experienced researchers in supersymmetry.
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Theories of extended rigid supersymmetry and their finiteness
Conformal supergravities as Poincare supergravity in d
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action adjoint representation algebra anomalies anticommuting antisymmetric background field Bianchi Identities cancel chiral superfields commutator conformal supergravity consider constraints construct contribution corresponding coupling constant covariant derivatives Cremmer curvature defined density diagrams dimensional dimensions discuss divergence energy Ferrara field equations field strength field theory finite formalism function gauge field gauge group gauge invariance gauge transformations gaugino given global goldstino graphs Grassmann gravitino gravity Grisaru hermitian Higgs infinities integral interactions introduce Lagrangian lepton Lett linear loop Lorentz Majorana mass massless matrix models Nieuwenhuizen Nucl obtain on-shell one-loop parameter particles Phys physical Poincare potential preprint quantum quarks representation result scalar fields scale Siegel singlet space spin spinor string theory super superalgebra superconformal supergraphs supergravity theories supermultiplet superpotential superspace superstring theories supersymmetric theories supersymmetry breaking supersymmetry transformations symmetry tensor vanishes vector fields Weyl x-space Yang-Mills theory zero Zumino