
Papers
 Minimal Supersymmetry Standard Model (Wikipedia.org)
"A Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model is a class of proposed supersymmetric extensions to the Standard Model. Minimal supersymmetry assumes that the interaction between particles conserves Rparity and every particle has one superpartner." 0106
 Supersymmetry (Braungardt.com)
"In particle physics, supersymmetry is a symmetry that relates bosons and fermions. In supersymmetric theories, every fundamental fermion has a superpartner which is a boson of equal mass, and vice versa. Although supersymmetry has yet to be observed in the real world it remains a vital part of many proposed theories of physics, including various extensions to the Standard Model as well as modern superstring theories."
"Under the Standard Model all fundamental particles can be broken down into two groups, fermions that make up matter, and bosons that exchange the forces acting on matter. Due to the physics of the theory, almost all of the behaviour of the universe can be explained based on this handful of particles." 0106
 Supersymmetry (Wagner)
"Supersymmetry postulates that for every Standard Model particle there is a corresponding supersymmetric particle (or 'sparticle') which has a spin that is different by 1/2 unit." 0106
 Supersymmetry (Wikipedia.org)
"In particle physics, supersymmetry is a hypothetical symmetry that relates bosons and fermions. In supersymmetric theories, every fundamental fermion has a superpartner which is a boson and vice versa. Although supersymmetry has yet to be observed in the real world, it remains a vital part of many proposed theories of physics, including various extensions to the Standard Model as well as modern superstring theories. The mathematical structure of supersymmetry, invented in a particlephysics context, has been applied with useful results in other areas, ranging from quantum mechanics to classical statistical physics and pure mathematics." 0106

