Supersymmetry is the theory that for each observed fermion there exists a bosonic partner, and for each observed boson there is a fermionic partner.
BUSSTEPP Lectures on Supersymmetry
This is the written version of the supersymmetry lectures delivered at the 30th and 31st British Universities Summer Schools in Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics (BUSSTEPP).
Introduction to Supersymmetric Gauge Theories
These lectures present a basic introduction to supersymmetry. They also discuss the ways supersymmetry may be broken to account for the lack of exact supersymmetry in the actual world.
Introduction to Supersymmetry
A fairly elementary introduction to supersymmetric field theories in general and the minimal supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) in particular is given.
Introduction to Supersymmetry: Astrophysical and Phenomenological Constraints
These lectures contain an introduction to supersymmetric theories and the minimal supersymmetric standard model. Phenomenological and cosmological consequences are also discussed.
Superspace, or One thousand and one lessons in supersymmetry
A free book on superspace and supersymmetry. (Originally published in 1983)
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