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High-Energy Physics and Cosmology
Much current theoretical analysis is based on the hypothesis that the physics beyond the Standard Model is a consequence of new principles that occur at the Planck scale. The question arises whether such principles can ever be directly tested. We show here that for a significant class of models, hypotheses at the string or Planck scale can indeed be directly tested to relatively high precision by linear colliders. Three classes of models are examined: those with universal SUSY soft breaking atdoi:10.1007/978-1-4615-5397-7_9 fatcat:w2kiczezxbgf3kwigguza3rlhm