Subject: XX | High Energy Physics - Phenomenology | Particle Physics - Phenomenology | Particle Physics
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These lectures are intended as a pedagogical introduction to physics at $e^+e^-$ and hadron colliders. A selection of processes is used to illustrate the strengths and capabilities of the different machines. The discussion includes $W$ pair production and chargino searc... View more
1. For a full discussion see the lectures of G. Altarelli, these proceedings [hep-ph/9811456].
2. See e.g. J. F. Gunion, H. E. Haber, G. Kane, and S. Dawson, The Higgs Hunter's Guide, Addison-Wesley (1990).
3. M. E. Peskin, Beyond the Standard Model, Lectures given at The 1996 European School of High-Energy Physics, SLAC-PUB-7479 (1997) [hepph/9705479].
4. For details and further references see M. Cvetic, these proceedings.
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7. See e.g. V. Barger and R. Phillips, Collider Physics, Addison-Wesley (1987); R.K. Ellis, W.J. Stirling and B.R. Webber, QCD and Collider Physics, Cambridge Univ. Press (1996).
8. E. Keil, in Proceedings of the ECFA Workshop on LEP 200, ed. by A. B¨ohm and W. Hoogland, report CERN 87-08 (1987), Vol. I, p. 17.