hep-ph/0006224
Electroweak Symmetry Breaking by Strong Supersymmetric Dynamics at the TeV
Scale
Authors: Markus A. Luty, John Terning, Aaron K. Grant
Journal-ref: Phys.Rev. D63 (2001) 075001
We construct models in which electroweak symmetry is spontaneously broken by
supersymmetric strong dynamics at the TeV scale. The order parameter is a
composite of scalars, and the longitudinal components of the W and Z are
strongly-coupled bound states of scalars. The usual phenomenological problems
of dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking are absent: the sign of the S
parameter unconstrained in strongly interacting SUSY theories, and fermion
masses are generated without flavor-changing neutral currents or large
corrections to the rho parameter. The lightest neutral Higgs scalar can be
heavier than M_Z without radiative corrections from standard-model fields.
All the mass scales in the model can be naturally related in low-scale models
of supersymmetry breaking. The mu problem can also be solved naturally, and
the model can incorporate perturbative unification of standard-model gauge
couplings with intermediate thresholds.