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Introduction to Collider Physics

Small book cover: Introduction to Collider Physics

Introduction to Collider Physics
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 47

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These lecture notes introduce students to some of the basic ideas and tools required for theoretical analysis of collider data. Several examples of Standard Model processes at electron-positron and hadron colliders are considered to illustrate these ideas. In addition, a general strategy for formulating searches for physics beyond the Standard Model is outlined.

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