Concise Encyclopedia
of Supersymmetry 
Instructions for entry preparation
These instructions give an overview of the general requirements for the
preparation of contributions for the Concise Encyclopedia
of Supersymmetry and provides detailed instructions as to how to submit your manuscript.
Please read these instructions carefully as manuscripts which do not meet the requirements described below will be sent
back to the author for revision.
Format
Contributions
should be submitted in Latex 2e, preferrably with AMS fonts and/or AMS math, any standard
package may be included. In exceptional cases Latex 2.09 is also allowed, the entry will be translated.
Please consult with the Editor in Chief before doing so. Furthermore there are four
items that need special attention:
At the end of
these instructions you will find three Latex examples for these format
requirements. Please make sure you have used the correct formatting before
submitting your contribution.
Keywords
Please
include up to five keywords to your manuscript. Keywords will be used to link
your entry to other publications online. It is therefore essential to establish a single suitable (i.e. 100% relevant to
your entry, but not too general) term for your entry, which may or may not be
identical to its actual wording. The first keyword should be a short form of
your title, other keywords might include alternate
spellings or synonyms. Please avoid “equation” and “supersymmetry”, do not use broad
or ambiguous terms. Please see two examples below:
Entry title 
Keyword 
Other keywords 
Reissner–Nordström Solution 
Reissner–Nordström Solution 
ReissnerNordstroem Solution 


Likhtman, Evgeny Pinkhasovich 
Likhtman 
Evgeny Likhtman
/ Eugeny Likhtman / Eugeny Pinkhasovich Likhtman 
Other
requirements
Latex Examples

EXAMPLES 





Example 1. General structure of
entry. 


%%%%%%%%%Begin of Entry%%%%%%%%%% \documentclass{article} % Your name BIBLIOGRAPHY. KEYWORDS \end{document} 


Example 2. Simple example of a term. 


%%%%%%%%%Begin of Entry%%%%%%%%%% \documentclass{article}
% Ivanov
BIBLIOGRAPHY. KEYWORDS Superspace \end{document} %%%%%%%%%End of Entry%%%%%%%%%%% 


Example 3. Undesirable and
desirable styles of entry. 


Please save as text and latexing2e
the below approximate example %%%%%%%%%Begin of example%%%%%%%%%% \documentclass{article}
\begin{center} K\"{A}HLER MANIFOLD, a
complex manifold which admits a K\"{a}hler
metric [1] BIBLIOGRAPHY. \bigskip \begin{center} K\"{A}HLER MANIFOLD, a complex manifold $K$ having $U\left(
N\right) $ holonomy admitting a Hermitian metric $g_{i\bar{j}}$ (called a
\textit{K\"{a}hler metric} and can be written in complex coordinates
$z_{i}$ through the K\"{a}hler potential $\varphi $ as
$g_{i\bar{j}}=\frac{\partial ^{2}\varphi }{\partial z^{i}\partial
\bar{z}^{j}}$) for which the fundamental form $\Omega
=g_{i\bar{j}}dz_{i}\wedge d\bar{z}^{j}$ is closed $d\Omega =0$ [1]. Examples: any onedimensional
complex manifold, complex $N$space, a projective manifold $CP_{N}$ and any its submanifold are
K.M. The only nonvanishing Christoffel
symbol of a K.M. is $\Gamma _{ij}^{k}=g^{k\bar{k}}\partial
g_{i\bar{k}}/\partial z^{j}$ and the only nonvanishing component of the curvature tensor is $R_{ij\bar{k}}^{l}=\partial \Gamma _{ij}^{l}/\partial
\bar{z}^{j}$. The theorem of CalabiYau: K.M. of
vanishing first \textit{Chern
class} $c_{1}\left( K\right) =0$ admits a \textit{K\"{a}hler metric}
of $SU\left( N\right) $ holonomy. Such K.M. is
Ricci flat $R_{ij}=0$ and admits nonvanishing covariantly
constant spinor $% D_{i}\varepsilon =0$ which allows to exploit 6dimensional K.M.
$K_{6}$ in superstring phenomenology [2] based on compactification
scheme $M_{10}\rightarrow M_{4}\times K_{6}$, where
$M_{4}$ is 4D maximally symmetric (de Sitter, antide Sitter or Minkowski) manifold [3]. BIBLIOGRAPHY. KEYWORDS K\“{a}hler Manifold Kaehler Manifold \end{document} %%%%%%%%%End of
example%%%%%%%%%%% 
