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[1.] Analyse:Mac/Fragment 003 14  Diskussion Bearbeitet: 16. February 2015, 10:46 Graf Isolan Erstellt: 16. February 2015, 10:45 (Graf Isolan)  Fragment, Mac, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel, Thomsen 2007, Verschleierung, ZuSichten 


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The SM can be divided into three parts: the fundamental matter particles, which are spin 1/2 fermions; the carriers of the fundamental forces, which are spin 1 bosons: and the Higgs mechanism, which allows particles to obtain mass and predicts a hitherly undiscovered spin 0 Higgs boson. The chapter will finish with presenting the problems of the SM, giving reasons for the need to expand it by new physics, e.g. Supersymmetry.  The SM can be divided into three parts: the fundamental matter particles, which are spin 1/2 fermions; the carriers of the fundamental forces, which are spin 1 bosons; and the Higgs mechanism, which allows particles to gather mass and predicts a spin 0 Higgs boson. [...] The chapter will finish with presenting the problems of the SM, giving reasons for the need for expanding it by some new physics. 
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[2.] Analyse:Mac/Fragment 011 22  Diskussion Bearbeitet: 16. February 2015, 11:12 Graf Isolan Erstellt: 16. February 2015, 10:58 (Graf Isolan)  Fragment, KomplettPlagiat, Mac, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel, Thomsen 2007, ZuSichten 


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Bosons and fermions provide corrections to the Higgs mass with a different sign. If one postulates a partner for each particle, which differs by 1/2 unit in spin, but otherwise has the same quantum numbers, this performs an automatic cancellation of the form
Assuming the Yukawa couplings for fermions and bosons to be equal (λ_{F} = λ_{B}). This reduces the corrections to an acceptable level, as long as the masses do not differ much more than about a TeV. The fine tuning and Hierarchy problem, explained before, can therefore be handled in an elegant way. According to this argument Supersymmetric partners of the SM particles should not to be too heavy and can be found at LHC energies.  Bosons and fermions enter the corrections to the Higgs mass with a different sign. If one postulates a partner for each particle, which differs by 1/2 unit in spin, but otherwise has the same quantum numbers, this performs an automatic cancellation of the form:
assuming the Yukawa couplings for fermions and bosons to be equal (λ_{F} = λ_{B}). This reduces the corrections to an acceptable level, as long as the masses do not differ much more than about a TeV. The fine tuning problem can therefore be avoided in an elegant way and as supersymmetric partners should not be too heavy there is a good chance to find supersymmetry with the LHC with a center of mass energy of 14 TeV. 
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[3.] Analyse:Mac/Fragment 012 19  Diskussion Bearbeitet: 16. February 2015, 10:36 Graf Isolan Erstellt: 16. February 2015, 10:36 (Graf Isolan)  Fragment, KomplettPlagiat, Mac, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel, Thomsen 2007, ZuSichten 


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2.2.1 The Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model(MSSM)
There is a large number of possible supersymmetric theories. All models considered in this analysis are based on the Minimal Supersymmetric Model(MSSM), which is a direct supersymmetrization of the SM, except for the fact that a second Higgs doublet field has to be introduced and Rparity conservation is assumed.  [Seite 15]
3.3 Minimal Supersymmetric Model There is a large number of possible supersymmetric theories. All models considered in this analysis are based on the Minimal Supersymmetric Model (MSSM), which is a [Seite 16] direct supersymmetrization of the SM, except for the fact that a second Higgs doublet field has to be introduced and Rparity conservation is assumed. 
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[4.] Analyse:Mac/Fragment 013 04  Diskussion Bearbeitet: 16. February 2015, 10:29 Graf Isolan Erstellt: 16. February 2015, 00:32 (Graf Isolan)  Fragment, KomplettPlagiat, Mac, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel, Thomsen 2007, ZuSichten 


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As left and righthanded fermions have different gauge transformations (see Section 2.1.5), there are two scalars for each fermion called sfermions. These sfermions form
together with the SM fermions chiral supermultiplets. The notation left or right refers to the SUSYpartner of a left or righthanded fermion. The superpartner of the SM gauge bosons are spin 1/2 gauginos that also have two helicity states. These gaugebosons and gauginos form a gauge or vector supermultiplet. In the SM, baryon and leptonnumbers are conserved because of gauge invariance. In supersymmetric theories it is possible to construct renormalizable operators that do not conserve these numbers, but are still consistent with SM gauge symmetries and supersymmetry. As the proton has a lifetime of more than 10^{33} years, terms that violate both baryon and lepton numbers have to be small. With the introduction of Rparity conservation these terms are excluded. Rparity is defined by: R = (−1)^{3(B−L)+2S} (2.27) where B and L are baryon and leptonnumbers, respectively, and S is the spin. All SM particles have even Rparity, while their superpartners are Rodd. Therefore, there can be no mixing between SM particles and sparticles. Furthermore, the lightest supersymmetric particle (LSP) has to be stable, if R is conserved [13]. This is assumed for this analysis. [13] D. I. Kazakov, “Beyond the standard model (in search of supersymmetry)”. 2000. hepph/0012288.  As left and righthanded fermions have different gauge transformations, there are two scalars for each fermion called sfermions. These sfermions form together with the SM fermions chiral supermultiplets. The denotation left or right refers to the SUSYpartner of a left or righthanded fermion. The superpartner of the SM gauge bosons are spin ”gauginos” that also have two helicity states. These gaugebosons and gauginos form a gauge or vector supermultiplet.
In the SM, baryon and leptonnumbers are conserved because of gauge invariance. In supersymmetric theories it is possible to construct renormalizable operators that do not conserve these numbers, but are still consistent with SM gauge symmetries and supersymmetry. As the proton has a lifetime of more than 10^{33} years [22], terms that violate both baryon and lepton numbers have to be small. With the introduction of Rparity conservation these terms are excluded. Rparity is defined by: R = (−1)^{3(B−L)+2S} (3.3) where B and L are baryon and leptonnumbers, respectively, and S is the spin. All SM particles have even Rparity, while their superpartners are Rodd. Therefore, there can be no mixing between SM particles and sparticles. Furthermore, the lightest supersymmetric particle (LSP) has to be stable, if R is conserved. This is assumed for this analysis. [22] B.V. Sreekantan. Searches for Proton Decay and Superheavy Magnetic Monopoles. Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy (ISSN 02506335), 1984. 
Ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme. Tatsächlich finden sich die aufgeführten Aussagen zur RParität in der angegebenen Quelle (dort S.29). Die Formulierungen stimmen aber wortwörtlich mit denen in Thomsen (2007) überein. 

[5.] Analyse:Mac/Fragment 016 07  Diskussion Bearbeitet: 23. February 2015, 01:19 Graf Isolan Erstellt: 23. February 2015, 01:19 (Graf Isolan)  Fragment, KomplettPlagiat, Mac, Niegel 2009, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel, ZuSichten 


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2.2.3 SUSY Mass Spectrum
In the MSSM, the masses of the SUSY particles can be calculated via the renormalization group equations (RGE), which are derived from the Lagrangian. With a given initial condition at the GUT scale, the solution of the RGE link the values at the GUT scale with the electroweak scale and thus determine the mass matrices of gauginos, squarks and leptons.  2.3.3 SUSY Mass Spectrum
In the MSSM, the masses of the SUSY particles can be calculated via the renormalization group equations (RGE), which are derived from the Lagrangian. With a given initial condition at the GUT scale, the solution of the RGE link the values at the GUT scale with the electroweak scales and thus determine the mass matrices of gauginos, squarks and leptons. 
Identisch; ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme. 

[6.] Analyse:Mac/Fragment 017 01  Diskussion Bearbeitet: 25. February 2015, 13:37 Graf Isolan Erstellt: 23. February 2015, 01:52 (Graf Isolan)  Fragment, KomplettPlagiat, Mac, Niegel 2009, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel, ZuSichten 


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Neutralinos and Charginos
Neutralinos and Charginos are the mass eigenstates of the neutral and charged fields, respectively. Their mass eigenstates are mixed states of gauginos and higgsinos:
where χ and Ψ are the Majorana neutralino and Dirac chargino fields, respectively. The corresponding neutralino mass matrix can be written as:
with the gaugino masses M_{1}, M_{2}, the weak mixing angle θ_{W} and tan β, the ratio of two Higgs vacuum expectation values. The physical masses of the neutralinos are given by the eigenvalues of this matrix. The neutralino mass eigenstates are denoted as , , , with The mass matrix for the charginos is given by:
which leads to two chargino eigenstates with the mass eigenvalues
The gluino is the only color octet fermion. Since SU(3) is unbroken, the gluino does not mix with other MSSM particles. The mass of the physical particle is defined by the gaugino mass parameter Approximately, the gaugino mass parameters at the electroweak scale are:
The physical masses of the neutralinos are obtained by diagonalizing the mass matrix Eq. 2.36. In the mSUGRA model, the lightest neutralino is dominantly binolike [and the nexttolightest neutralino is mostly winolike, with masses close to M_{1} and M_{2}, respectively.]  [Seite 25]
Neutralinos and Charginos Neutralinos and Charginos are the mass eigenstates of the neutral and charged fields, respectively. Their mass eigenstates are mixed states of gauginos and higgsinos:
[Seite 26] where χ and Ψ are the Majorana neutralino and Dirac chargino fields, respectively. The corresponding neutralino mass matrix reads as:
with the gaugino masses M_{1}, M_{2}, the weak mixing angle θ_{W} and tan β, the ratio of two Higgs vacuum expectation values. The physical masses of the neutralinos are given by the eigenvalues of this matrix. The neutralino mass eigenstates are denoted as , , , with The mass matrix for the charginos given by:
leads to two chargino eigenstates with the mass eigenvalues
The gluino is the only color octet fermion. Since the SU(3) is unbroken, the gluino does not mix with other MSSM particles. The mass of the physical particle is defined by the gaugino mass parameter Approximately, the gaugino mass parameters at the electroweak scale are:
The physical masses of the neutralinos are obtained by diagonalizing the mass matrix Eq. 2.65. In the mSUGRA model, the lightest neutralino is dominantly binolike and the nexttolightest neutralino is mostly winolike, with masses close to M_{1} and M_{2}, respectively. 
Identisch; ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme. 

[7.] Analyse:Mac/Fragment 018 01  Diskussion Bearbeitet: 26. February 2015, 12:04 Graf Isolan Erstellt: 25. February 2015, 13:37 (Graf Isolan)  Fragment, KomplettPlagiat, Mac, Niegel 2009, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel, ZuSichten 


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[In the mSUGRA model, the lightest neutralino is dominantly binolike] and the nexttolightest neutralino is mostly winolike, with masses close to M_{1} and M_{2}, respectively. The mass of the lightest chargino is approximately given by M_{2}. Hence the masses of the nexttolightest neutralino and the lightest chargino are similar, and approximately two times the mass of the lightest neutralino.
Sleptons and Squarks The masses of lefthanded and righthanded fermions are equal. But their superpartners are bosons and the masses of lefthanded and righthanded sfermions can be different:
On the right side of the equations, the terms denoted as are calculated with the RGE, the mass terms m are the fermion masses. The index i denotes the three generations. Furthermore nonnegligible Yukawa couplings lead to a mixing between the electroweak eigenstates and the mass eigenstates of the third generation sleptons and squarks. Due to small Yukawa couplings the mixing is negligible for the first and second generation. Therefore the mass eigenstates corresponds to the interaction eigenstates, which have been introduced above. The mass matrices for the third generation can be written as:
 [Seite 26]
In the mSUGRA model, the lightest neutralino is dominantly binolike and the nexttolightest neutralino is mostly winolike, with masses close to M_{1} and M_{2}, respectively. The mass of the lightest chargino is approximately given by M_{2}. Hence the masses of the nexttolightest neutralino and the lightest chargino are similar, and approximately two times the mass of the lightest neutralino. [Seite 27] Sleptons and Squarks The masses of lefthanded and righthanded fermions are equal. But their superpartners are bosons and the masses of lefthanded and righthanded sfermions can be different:
On the right side of the equations, the terms denoted as are calculated with the RGE, the mass terms m are the fermion masses. The index i denotes the three generations. Furthermore nonnegligible Yukawa couplings lead to a mixing between the electroweak eigenstates and the mass eigenstates of the third generation sleptons and squarks. Due to small Yukawa couplings the mixing is negligible for the first and second generation. Therefore the mass eigenstates corresponds to the interaction eigenstates, which have been introduced above. The mass matrices for the third generation reads as:

Identisch; ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme. 

[8.] Analyse:Mac/Fragment 053 01  Diskussion Bearbeitet: 23. February 2015, 01:21 Graf Isolan Erstellt: 21. February 2015, 23:07 (Graf Isolan)  BauernOpfer, Dobbs et al 2004, Fragment, Mac, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel, ZuSichten 


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The time evolution of the event goes from bottom to top in Figure 4.4. Two protons (each indicated by three solid lines to denote their valence quark content) collide and a parton is resolved at scale Q and momentum fraction x in each one. The parton density as function of and is encoded in the parton distribution function which is labeled by . The quark and antiquark annihilate into an schannel resonance denoted by a wavy line. The resonance then decays into a fermion antifermion pair. This part of the event is called the hard subprocess. The generator incorporates higher order QCD effects by allowing the (anti)quarks to branch into qg pairs, while the gluons may branch into q or gg pairs. The resultant partons may also branch, resulting in a cascade of branchings. This part of the event is labeled parton shower in the figure (showering of or cascade of partons). The event now consists of a number of elementary particles, including quarks, antiquarks, and gluons which are not allowed to exist in isolation, as dictated by colour confinement. Next, the program groups the colored partons into coloursinglet composite hadrons using a phenomenological model referred to as hadronization. The hadronization scale is in the nonperturbative regime and the programs use fairly crude phenomenological models, which contain several nonphysical parameters that have to be tuned using experimental data. After hadronization, many shortlived resonances will be present and are their decays simulated by the program. The generators also add features of the underlying event. The beam remnants are the colored remains of the proton which are left behind when the parton which participates in the hard subprocess is pulled out. The motion of the partons inside the proton results in a small (≈ 1 GeV) primordial transverse momentum, which yield a recoil energy of the beam remnants. The beam remnants are colour connected to the hard subprocess and so should be included in the same hadronization system. Multiple partonparton interactions, wherein more than one pair of partons from the beam protons interact, are also accounted for. In a final step, pileup from other protonproton collisions in the same bunch crossing are added to the event [110].
[110] M. A. Dobbs et al., “Les Houches guidebook to Monte Carlo generators for hadron collider physics”. 2004. hepph/0403045.  [Seite 25]
The general structure of the final state of an event from an SHG is shown in Figure 5. The time evolution of the event goes from bottom to top. Two protons (each indicated by three solid lines to denote their valence quark content) collide and a parton is resolved at scale Q and momentum fraction x in each one. The phenomenology of the parton resolution is encoded in the parton distribution function . [...] The quark and antiquark annihilate into an schannel resonance denoted by a wavy line. The resonance then decays into a fermion antifermion pair. This part of the event is called the hard subprocess. [Seite 26] As briefly outlined there, the SHG incorporates higher order QCD effects by allowing the (anti)quarks to branch into pairs, while the gluons may branch into or pairs. The resultant partons may also branch, resulting in a shower or cascade of partons.^{17} This part of the event is labelled parton shower in the figure. Showering of the initial state partons is also included in the SHG’s, but is not shown in the figure for simplicity. The event now consists of a number of elementary particles, including quarks, antiquarks, and gluons which are not allowed to exist in isolation, as dictated by colour confinement. Next, the program groups the coloured partons into coloursinglet composite hadrons using a phenomenological model referred to as hadronization. The hadronization scale is in the nonperturbative regime and the programs use fairly crude phenomenological models, which contain several nonphysical parameters that are tuned using experimental data. [...] After hadronization, many shortlived resonances will be present and are decayed by the program. The SHG’s also add in features of the underlying event. The beam remnants are the coloured remains of the proton which are left behind when the parton which participates in the hard subprocess is ‘pulled out’. The motion of the partons inside the proton results in a small (≈ 1 GeV) primordial transverse momentum, against which the beam remnants recoil. The beam remnants are colour connected to the hard subprocess and so should be included in the same hadronization system. Multiple partonparton interactions, wherein more than one pair of partons from the beam protons interact, are also accounted for. In a final step, pileup from other protonproton collisions in the same bunch crossing are added to the event. ^{17} Though the discussion of parton showers presented here is restricted to QCD showers, an identical prescription can be applied to electromagnetic showers and is used in SHG’s to incorporate higher order QED corrections. 
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[1.] Analyse:Mac/Fragment 019 01  Diskussion Bearbeitet: 27. February 2015, 13:06 Graf Isolan Erstellt: 27. February 2015, 13:06 (Graf Isolan)  Fragment, KomplettPlagiat, Mac, Niegel 2009, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel, Unfertig 


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The mass eigenstates of the third generation are:
[...]  The mass eigenstates of the third generation are: 
Schließt die auf den Vorderseiten begonnene identische Übernahme ab. 

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