STRONGLY COUPLED ELECTROWEAK SYMMETRY BREAKING: IMPLICATIONS OF MODELS
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STRONGLY COUPLED ELECTROWEAK SYMMETRY BREAKING: IMPLICATIONS OF MODELS

  • Author(s): CHIVUKULA, R SEKHAR
  • ROSENFELD, ROGERIO
  • SIMMONS, ELIZABETH H
  • TERNING, JOHN
  • et al.
Abstract

We discuss the phenomenology of models of dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking which attempt to generate the observed fermion mass spectrum. After briefly describing the variety of and constraints on proposed models, we concentrate on the signatures of colored pseudo-Nambu-Goldstone bosons and resonances at existing and proposed colliders. These particles provide a possibly unique signature: strongly produced resonances associated with electroweak symmetry breaking. (This is the subgroup report for the ``Electroweak Symmetry Breaking and Beyond the Standard Model" working group of the DPF Long Range Planning Study. This report will appear as a chapter in ``Electroweak Symmetry Breaking and Beyond the Standard Model", edited by T. Barklow, S. Dawson, H.E. Haber, and J. Siegrist, to be published by World Scientific.)

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