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A Fake Split Supersymmetry Model for the 126 GeV Higgs

Abstract : We consider a scenario where supersymmetry is broken at a high energy scale, out of reach of the LHC, but leaves a few fermionic states at the TeV scale. The particle content of the low-energy effective theory is similar to that of Split Supersymmetry. However, the gauginos and higgsinos are replaced by fermions carrying the same quantum numbers but having different couplings, which we call fake gauginos and fake higgsinos. We study the prediction for the light-Higgs mass in this Fake Split SUSY Model (FSSM). We find that, in contrast to Split or high-scale supersymmetry, a 126 GeV Higgs boson is easily obtained even for arbitrarily high values of the supersymmetry scale. For a supersymmetry scale greater than roughly 100 PeV, the Higgs mass is almost independent of the supersymmetry scale and the stop mixing parameter, while the observed value is achieved for tan beta between 1.3 and 1.8 depending on the gluino mass.
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Karim Benakli, Luc Darmé, Mark D. Goodsell, Pietro Slavich. A Fake Split Supersymmetry Model for the 126 GeV Higgs. Journal of High Energy Physics, Springer, 2014, pp.113. ⟨10.1007/JHEP05(2014)113⟩. ⟨hal-00922182⟩



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