Supersymmetry: A Decade of Development

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Peter C. West
Adam Hilger, 1986 - Science - 483 pages
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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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