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    Constraining Anomaly Mediated Supersymmetry Breaking Framework via Ongoing Muon g-2 Experiment at Brookhaven

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    The ongoing high precision E821 Brookhaven National Laboratory experiment on muon g-2 is promising to probe a theory involving supersymmetry. We have studied the constraints on the minimal Anomaly Mediated Supersymmetry Breaking (AMSB) model using the current data of muon g-2 from Brookhaven. A scenario of seeing no deviation from the Standard Model is also considered, within a 2σ2\sigma limit of the combined error from the Standard Model result and the Brookhaven predicted uncertainty level. The resulting constraint is found to be complementary to what one obtains from bs+γb \to s+ \gamma bounds within the AMSB scenario, since only a definite sign of μ\mu is effectively probed via bs+γb \to s+ \gamma. A few relevant generic features of the model are also described for disallowed regions of parameter space.Comment: 24 pages, LaTeX, 5 postscript figures. A few references added. Final version to appear in Phys. Rev.

    Higgsino Dark Matter in Nonuniversal Gaugino Mass Models

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    We study two simple and well motivated nonuniversal gaugino mass models, which predict higgsino dark matter. One can account for the observed dark matter relic density along with the observed Higgs boson mass of ~ 125 GeV over a large region of the parameter space of each model, corresponding to higgsino mass of ~ 1 TeV. In each case this parameter region covers the gluino mass range of 2-3 TeV, parts of which can be probed by the 14 TeV LHC experiments. We study these model predictions for LHC in brief and for dark matter detection experiments in greater detail.Comment: 35 pages, 11 figures, pdflatex, new references and a few relevant decay branching ratios added in two tables. Version to appear in Phys Rev

    LHC Signature of the Minimal SUGRA Model with a Large Soft Scalar Mass

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    Thanks to the focus point phenomenon, it is quite {\it natural} for the minimal SUGRA model to have a large soft scalar mass m_0 > 1 TeV. A distinctive feature of this model is an inverted hierarchy, where the lighter stop has a significantly smaller mass than the other squarks and sleptons. Consequently, the gluino is predicted to decay dominantly via stop exchange into a channel containing 2b and 2W along with the LSP. We exploit this feature to construct a robust signature for this model at the LHC in leptonic channels with 3-4 b-tags and a large missing-E_T.Comment: Small clarifications added. Final version to appear in Phys. Lett.
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