Supersymmetry -- even the "Minimal" Supersymmetric Standard Model -- has
many undetermined parameters. In this lecture, I will give a tour of the
parameter space, indicating how the underlying parameters relate to
various mechanisms of supersymmetry breaking and how they can be measured at the LHC and the Linear Collider. The assumption that the lightest supersymmetric particle is the cosmological dark matter puts strong
constraints on this parameter space. These are not so much upper limits
on particle masses as constraints on mass differences and mixings. These
constraints pose very stringent goals for the future precision
measurements of the SUSY parameters.
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