par Argurio, Riccardo
Référence Classical and quantum gravity, 21, 10, page (S1473-S1478)
Publication Publié, 2004-05
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : We begin with a brief introduction on N = 1 gauge theories, focusing on the importance of the effective superpotential in light of the new techniques to compute it systematically. We then proceed to consider theories for which the Konishi anomaly proves to be enough to solve exactly for the effective superpotential. As an example, we study a chiral S O (10) gauge theory, where we also discuss the occurrence of dynamical supersymmetry breaking.