Higher Curvature Effects in the ADD and RS Models

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Over the last few years several extra-dimensional models have been introduced in attempt to deal with the hierarchy problem. These models can lead to rather unique and spectacular signatures at Terascale colliders such as the LHC and ILC. The ADD and RS models, though quite distinct, have many common feature including a constant curvature bulk, localized Standard Model(SM) fields and the assumption of the validity of the EH action as a description of gravitational interactions.

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Rizzo, Thomas G. July 5, 2006.

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Over the last few years several extra-dimensional models have been introduced in attempt to deal with the hierarchy problem. These models can lead to rather unique and spectacular signatures at Terascale colliders such as the LHC and ILC. The ADD and RS models, though quite distinct, have many common feature including a constant curvature bulk, localized Standard Model(SM) fields and the assumption of the validity of the EH action as a description of gravitational interactions.

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  • Presented at Linear Collider Workshop (LCWS06), Banagalore, India, 9-13 Mar 2006

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Rizzo, Thomas G. Higher Curvature Effects in the ADD and RS Models, article, July 5, 2006; [Menlo Park, California]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc891495/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.