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Author(s): Feng-Kun Guo, Christoph Hanhart, Qian Wang, and Qiang ZhaoWe demonstrate that the spectacular structures discovered recently in various experiments and named as X, Y and Z states cannot be … - Probing the Higgs boson via vector boson fusion with single jet tagging at the LHC

Author(s): Amanda Kruse, Alan S. Cornell, Mukesh Kumar, Bruce Mellado, and Xifeng RuanThe signature produced by the Standard Model Higgs boson in the vector boson fusion (VBF) mechanism is usually pin … - Instantons and monopoles

Author(s): Adriano Di Giacomo and Masayasu HasegawaThis study is part of a research program aimed to investigate the relations between instantons, monopoles, and chiral symmetry breaking. Monopoles ar … - Wave functions of SU(3) pure gauge glueballs on the lattice

Author(s): Jian Liang, Ying Chen, Wei-Feng Chiu, Long-Cheng Gui, Ming Gong, and Zhaofeng LiuThe Bethe-Salpeter wave functions of SU(3) pure gauge glueballs are revisited in this study. The ground and … - Determination of SU(4)_{TC} technicolor gauge group from embedding in extended technicolor

Author(s): Masafumi Kurachi, Robert Shrock, and Koichi YamawakiIn technicolor theories using a SU(NTC) gauge group, the value of NTC is not, a priori, determined and is typically chosen by phenomenolo … - Viscous modes, isocurvature perturbations, and CMB initial conditions

Author(s): Massimo GiovanniniWhen the predecoupling plasma is thermodynamically reversible its fluctuations are classified in terms of the adiabatic and entropic modes. A different category of physica … - Cosmological perturbations in a mimetic matter model

Author(s): Jiro Matsumoto, Sergei D. Odintsov, and Sergey V. SushkovWe investigate the cosmological evolution of a mimetic matter model with arbitrary scalar potential. The cosmological reconstruction … - Study of motion around a static black hole in Einstein and Lovelock gravity

Author(s): Mukul Bhattacharya, Naresh Dadhich, and Banibrata MukhopadhyayWe study motion around a static Einstein and pure Lovelock black hole in higher dimensions. It is known that in higher dimensio … - Analytic determination of high-order post-Newtonian self-force contributions to gravitational spin precession

Author(s): Donato Bini and Thibault DamourContinuing our analytic computation of the first-order self-force contribution to the “geodetic” spin precession frequency of a small spinning body orbiting a … - Ultraviolet divergences and factorization for coordinate-space amplitudes

Author(s): Ozan Erdoğan and George StermanWe consider the coordinate-space matrix elements that correspond to fixed-angle scattering amplitudes involving partons and Wilson lines in coordinate space, … - Search for two body muon decay signals

Author(s): R. Bayes et al. (TWIST Collaboration)Lepton family number violation is tested by searching for μ+→e+X0 decays among the 5.8×108 positive muon decay events analyzed by the TWIST collaboratio … - Higgs inflation from standard model criticality

Author(s): Yuta Hamada, Hikaru Kawai, Kin-ya Oda, and Seong Chan ParkThe observed Higgs mass MH=125.9±0.4 GeV leads to the criticality of the standard model, that is, the Higgs potential becomes flat … - Exploration of charmed pentaquarks

Author(s): S. M. Gerasyuta, V. I. Kochkin, and Xiang LiuIn this work, we explore the charmed pentaquarks, where the relativistic five-quark equations are obtained by the dispersion relation technique. … - New approach for detecting a compressed bino/wino at the LHC

Author(s): Chengcheng Han, Lei Wu, Jin Min Yang, Mengchao Zhang, and Yang ZhangIn some supersymmetric models like split supersymmetry or models with nonuniversal gaugino mass, ‘bino [lightest sparticl ... - Of contact interactions and colliders

Author(s): Sacha Davidson, Sébastien Descotes-Genon, and Patrice VerdierThe hierarchy of scales which would allow dimension-six contact interactions to parametrize new physics may not be verified at c ... - Directed search for gravitational waves from Scorpius X-1 with initial LIGO data

Author(s): J. Aasi et al. (LIGO Scientific Collaboration, Virgo Collaboration)We present results of a search for continuously emitted gravitational radiation, directed at the brightest low-mass x-ray ... - Effect of timing noise on targeted and narrow-band coherent searches for continuous gravitational waves from pulsars

Author(s): G. Ashton, D. I. Jones, and R. PrixMost searches for continuous gravitational waves from pulsars use Taylor expansions in the phase to model the spin-down of neutron stars. Studies of pulsa ... - Canonical analysis of unimodular gravity

Author(s): Josef KlusoňThis paper is devoted to the Hamiltonian analysis of the unimodular gravity. We treat the unimodular gravity as the general relativity action with the unimodular constraint impo ... - Dynamical mass ejection from binary neutron star mergers: Radiation-hydrodynamics study in general relativity

Author(s): Yuichiro Sekiguchi, Kenta Kiuchi, Koutarou Kyutoku, and Masaru ShibataWe perform radiation-hydrodynamics simulations of binary neutron-star mergers in numerical relativity on the Japanese “ ... - Exploring tidal effects of coalescing binary neutron stars in numerical relativity. II. Long-term simulations

Author(s): Kenta Hotokezaka, Koutarou Kyutoku, Hirotada Okawa, and Masaru ShibataWe perform new long-term (15–16 orbits) simulations of coalescing binary neutron stars in numerical relativity using an ... - Gravitational Kaluza-Klein modes in the string-cigar braneworld

Author(s): D. F. S. Veras, J. E. G. Silva, W. T. Cruz, and C. A. S. AlmeidaIn this work we analyze the properties of the gravitational Kaluza-Klein (KK) modes in two stringlike braneworlds, the thin G ... - Renormalization group flow equations for the proper vertices of the background effective average action

Author(s): Alessandro CodelloWe derive a system of coupled flow equations for the proper vertices of the background effective average action and we give an explicit representation of these by means of ... - Heavy quark potential at finite temperature in a dual gravity closer to large N QCD

Author(s): Binoy Krishna Patra and Himanshu KhanchandaniIn gauge-gravity duality, heavy quark potential at finite temperature is usually calculated with the pure AdS background, which does not capture ... - Measurement of the branching fractions of the radiative leptonic τ decays τ→eγνν[over ¯] and τ→μγνν[over ¯] at BABAR

Author(s): J. P. Lees et al. (BaBar Collaboration)We perform a measurement of the τ→lγνν̅ (l=e,μ) branching fractions for a minimum photon energy of 10 MeV in the τ rest frame, using 431 fb-1 of e+e- … - Polarizability relations across real and virtual Compton scattering processes

Author(s): Vladimir Pascalutsa and Marc VanderhaeghenWe derive two relations involving spin polarizabilities of a spin-1/2 particle and consider their empirical implications for the proton. Using the … - Charmed-strange mesons revisited: Mass spectra and strong decays

Author(s): Qin-Tao Song, Dian-Yong Chen, Xiang Liu, and Takayuki MatsukiInspired by the present experimental status of charmed-strange mesons, we perform a systematic study of the charmed-strange meso … - Decoupling theoretical uncertainties from measurements of the Higgs boson

Author(s): Kyle Cranmer, Sven Kreiss, David López-Val, and Tilman PlehnWe develop a technique to present Higgs coupling measurements, which decouple the poorly defined theoretical uncertainties associ … - Improved estimates of the B_{(s)}→VV decays in perturbative QCD approach

Author(s): Zhi-Tian Zou, Ahmed Ali, Cai-Dian Lü, Xin Liu, and Ying LiWe reexamine the branching fractions, CP asymmetries, and other observables in a large number of Bq→VV(q=u,d,s) decays in the pertu … - P-wave charmed baryons from QCD sum rules

Author(s): Hua-Xing Chen, Wei Chen, Qiang Mao, Atsushi Hosaka, Xiang Liu, and Shi-Lin ZhuWe study the P-wave charmed baryons using the method of QCD sum rule in the framework of heavy quark effective … - Chiral symmetry breaking in continuum QCD

Author(s): Mario Mitter, Jan M. Pawlowski, and Nils StrodthoffWe present a quantitative analysis of chiral symmetry breaking in two-flavor continuum QCD in the quenched limit. The theory is set up at … - Signatures of top flavored dark matter

Author(s): Can Kilic, Matthew D. Klimek, and Jiang-Hao YuWe study the experimental signatures of top flavored dark matter (top FDM) in direct detection searches and at the LHC. We show that for a dark … - Lattice NRQCD study of S- and P-wave bottomonium states in a thermal medium with N_{f}=2+1 light flavors

Author(s): Seyong Kim, Peter Petreczky, and Alexander RothkopfWe investigate the properties of S- and P-wave bottomonium states in the vicinity of the deconfinement transition temperature. The light d … - Low-energy phenomenology of trinification: An effective left-right-symmetric model

Author(s): Jamil Hetzel and Berthold StechThe trinification model is an interesting extension of the Standard Model (SM) based on the gauge group SU(3)C×SU(3)L×SU(3)R. We study its low-energy phenomen … - SU(5) grand unification in pure gravity mediation

Author(s): Jason L. Evans, Natsumi Nagata, and Keith A. OliveWe discuss the proton lifetime in pure gravity mediation models with nonuniversal Higgs soft masses. Pure gravity mediation offers a simple … - Charged mediators in dark matter scattering with nuclei and the strangeness content of nucleons

Author(s): Chris Kelso, Jason Kumar, Pearl Sandick, and Patrick StengelWe consider a scenario, within the framework of the minimal supersymmetric Standard Model, in which dark matter is binolike and d … - Vices and virtues of Higgs effective field theories at large energy

Author(s): Anke Biekötter, Alexander Knochel, Michael Krämer, Da Liu, and Francesco RivaWe study constraints on new physics from Higgs production at the LHC in the context of an effective field theory … - Dispersion relations of Nambu-Goldstone modes at finite temperature and density

Author(s): Tomoya Hayata and Yoshimasa HidakaWe discuss the dispersion relations of Nambu-Goldstone (NG) modes associated with spontaneous breaking of internal symmetries at finite temperature and/or … - Testing the dark energy consistency with geometry and growth

Author(s): Eduardo J. Ruiz and Dragan HutererWe perform parametric tests of the consistency of the standard wCDM model in the framework of general relativity by carefully separating information betwee … - Probing the imprint of interacting dark energy on very large scales

Author(s): Didam G. A. Duniya, Daniele Bertacca, and Roy MaartensThe observed galaxy power spectrum acquires relativistic corrections from light-cone effects, and these corrections grow on very large … - Magnetofluid dynamics in curved spacetime

Author(s): Chinmoy Bhattacharjee, Rupam Das, and S. M. MahajanA grand unified field Mμν is constructed from Maxwell’s field tensor and an appropriately modified flow field, both nonminimally coupled t … - Newtonian self-gravitation in the neutral meson system

Author(s): André Großardt and Beatrix C. HiesmayrWe derive the effect of the Schrödinger-Newton equation, which can be considered as a nonrelativistic limit of classical gravity, for a composite quant … - Stiffness effects on the dynamics of the bar-mode instability of neutron stars in full general relativity

Author(s): Frank Löffler, Roberto De Pietri, Alessandra Feo, Francesco Maione, and Luca FranciWe present results on the effect of the stiffness of the equation of state on the dynamical bar-mode insta … - Ellipticity weakens chameleon screening

Author(s): Clare Burrage, Edmund J. Copeland, and James A. StevensonThe chameleon mechanism enables a long-range fifth force to be screened in dense environments when nontrivial self-interactions of t … - Limits on sterile neutrino mixing using atmospheric neutrinos in Super-Kamiokande

Author(s): K. Abe et al. (Super-Kamiokande Collaboration)Are there more than three types of neutrinos in nature ? Some experiments show that there should exist at least one more type, called sterile n … - Flavor structure of the nucleon sea from lattice QCD

Author(s): Huey-Wen Lin, Jiunn-Wei Chen, Saul D. Cohen, and Xiangdong JiWe present the first direct lattice calculation of the isovector sea-quark distributions in the nucleon within the framework of … - Probing compressed sleptons at the LHC using vector boson fusion processes

Author(s): Bhaskar Dutta, Tathagata Ghosh, Alfredo Gurrola, Will Johns, Teruki Kamon, Paul Sheldon, Kuver Sinha, Kechen Wang, and Sean WuThe vector boson fusion (VBF) topology at the Large Hadron Coll … - Detectability of bigravity with graviton oscillations using gravitational wave observations

Author(s): Tatsuya Narikawa, Koh Ueno, Hideyuki Tagoshi, Takahiro Tanaka, Nobuyuki Kanda, and Takashi NakamuraThe gravitational waveforms in the ghost-free bigravity theory exhibit deviations from tho … - Linear perturbations in K-mouflage cosmologies with massive neutrinos

Author(s): Alexandre Barreira, Philippe Brax, Sebastien Clesse, Baojiu Li, and Patrick ValageasWe present a comprehensive derivation of linear perturbation equations for different matter species, incl … - Gravitational waves as a probe of the SUSY scale

Author(s): Ayuki Kamada and Masaki YamadaWe investigate the sources of the Hubble-induced mass for a flat direction in supersymmetric theories and show that the sign of the Hubble-induced mass general … - Dirac lattices, zero-range potentials, and self-adjoint extension

Author(s): M. Bordag and J. M. Muñoz-CastañedaWe consider the electromagnetic field in the presence of polarizable point dipoles. In the corresponding effective Maxwell equation these dipoles are desc … - Standard model fermions and N=8 supergravity

Author(s): Krzysztof A. Meissner and Hermann NicolaiIn a scheme originally proposed by Gell-Mann, and subsequently shown to be realized at the SU(3)×U(1) stationary point of maximal gauged SO(8) super … - Search for supersymmetry using razor variables in events with b-tagged jets in pp collisions at sqrt[s]=8 TeV

Author(s): V. Khachatryan et al. (CMS Collaboration)An inclusive search for supersymmetry in events with at least one b-tagged jet is performed using proton-proton collision data collected by the CMS … - Description of high-energy pp collisions using Tsallis thermodynamics: Transverse momentum and rapidity distributions

Author(s): L. Marques, J. Cleymans, and A. DeppmanA systematic analysis of transverse momentum and rapidity distributions measured in high-energy proton-proton (pp) collisions for energies ranging fro … - Valence quark distributions of the proton from maximum entropy approach

Author(s): Rong Wang and Xurong ChenWe present an attempt using the maximum entropy principle to determine valence quark distributions in the proton at a very low resolution scale Q02. The initial thr … - π^{-}p→D^{-}Λ_{c}^{+} within the generalized parton picture

Author(s): Stefan Kofler, Peter Kroll, and Wolfgang SchweigerWe investigate the reaction π-p→D-Λc+ within the generalized parton picture. The process is described by a handbag-type mechanism with the … - Nucleon structure in a light-front quark model consistent with quark counting rules and data

Author(s): Thomas Gutsche, Valery E. Lyubovitskij, Ivan Schmidt, and Alfredo VegaUsing global fits of valence u and d quark parton distributions and data on quark and nucleon form factors in the Eucli … - Leptonic top quark asymmetry predictions at LHCb

Author(s): Rhorry GauldThe forward LHCb acceptance offers the possibility of measuring the top-quark pair asymmetry in a kinematic region that does not receive overwhelming dilution from the symmetric … - Pion-pion cross section from proton-proton collisions at the LHC

Author(s): B. Z. Kopeliovich, I. K. Potashnikova, Iván Schmidt, H. J. Pirner, and K. ReygersThe zero-degree calorimeters (ZDC) installed in the ALICE, ATLAS and CMS experiments at the LHC make possibl … - Constraints on parameter space from perturbative unitarity in models with three scalar doublets

Author(s): Stefano Moretti and Kei YagyuWe calculate an s-wave amplitude matrix for all the possible two-to-two body scalar boson elastic scatterings in models with three scalar doublets, including co … - Inflation and leptogenesis in the 3-3-1-1 model

Author(s): D. T. Huong, P. V. Dong, C. S. Kim, and N. T. ThuyWe consider the SU(3)C⊗SU(3)L⊗U(1)X⊗U(1)N (3-3-1-1) model at the grand unified theory scale with implication for inflation and leptogenesis … - Dark matter candidate in an extended type III seesaw scenario

Author(s): Avinanda Chaudhuri, Najimuddin Khan, Biswarup Mukhopadhyaya, and Subhendu RakshitWe propose a model with a real SU(2) triplet fermion and a sterile neutrino, both of which are odd under a c … - Measuring test mass acceleration noise in space-based gravitational wave astronomy

Author(s): Giuseppe CongedoThe basic constituent of interferometric gravitational wave detectors—the test-mass-to-test-mass interferometric link—behaves as a differential dynamometer measuring effecti … - Phantom behavior via cosmological creation of particles

Author(s): Rafael C. Nunes and Diego PavónRecent determinations of the equation of state of dark energy hint that this may well be of the phantom type, i.e., wde<-1. If confirmed by future experime … - Higgs mass and gravity waves in standard model false vacuum inflation

Author(s): Alessio NotariIn previous publications we have proposed that inflation can be realized in a second minimum of the standard model Higgs potential at energy scales of about 1016 GeV, if the … - Black hole thermodynamics: No inconsistency via the inclusion of the missing P-V terms

Author(s): Mustapha Azreg-AïnouThe early literature on black hole thermodynamics ignored the P-V term associated with the existence of a fundamental physical constant in the black hole solution. The i … - Detweiler’s gauge-invariant redshift variable: Analytic determination of the nine and nine-and-a-half post-Newtonian self-force contributions

Author(s): Donato Bini and Thibault DamourContinuing our analytic computation of the first-order self-force contribution to Detweiler’s redshift variable we provide the exact expressions of the ninth … - Preferred instantaneous vacuum for linear scalar fields in cosmological space-times

Author(s): Ivan Agullo, William Nelson, and Abhay AshtekarWe discuss the problem of defining a preferred vacuum state at a given time for a quantized scalar field in Friedmann, Lemaître, Robertson, Wa … - Frame-independent holographic conserved charges

Author(s): Seungjoon Hyun, Jaehoon Jeong, Sang-A Park, and Sang-Heon YiWe propose the modified form of the conventional holographic conserved charges which provides us the frame-independent expression … - Anyonic statistics and large horizon diffeomorphisms for loop quantum gravity black holes

Author(s): Andreas G. A. Pithis and Hans-Christian Ruiz EulerWe investigate the role played by large diffeomorphisms of quantum isolated horizons for the statistics of loop quantum gravity (LQG) black … - Quasilocal conformal Killing horizons: Classical phase space and the first law

Author(s): Ayan Chatterjee and Avirup GhoshIn realistic situations, black hole spacetimes do not admit a global timelike Killing vector field. However, it is possible to describe the horizon in a quas … - Decay constants of the pion and its excitations in holographic QCD

Author(s): Alfonso Ballon-Bayona, Gastão Krein, and Carlisson MillerWe investigate the leptonic decay constants of the pion and its excitations with a 5-d holographic model for quantum chromodynamics. … - Cosmic four-fermion neutrino secret interactions, enhancement, and total cross section

Author(s): Dante Cárcamo, Jorge Gamboa, Fernando Méndez, Ashok K. Das, and Alexios P. PolychronakosThe scattering of neutrinos assuming a “secret” interaction at low energy is considered. To leading o … - Classification of SU(4)×SU(2)×U(1) heterotic-string models

Author(s): Alon E. Faraggi and Hasan SonmezThe free fermionic construction of the heterotic string in four dimensions produced a large space of three-generation models with the underlying SO(10) embed … - Son-Yamamoto relation and holographic renormalization group flows

Author(s): O. Dubinkin, A. Gorsky, and A. MilekhinMotivated by the Son-Yamamoto (SY) relation, which connects the three-point and two-point correlators, we consider the holographic renormalization gro … - Scalar strangeness content of the nucleon and baryon sigma terms

Author(s): Xiu-Lei Ren, Li-Sheng Geng, and Jie MengThe scalar strangeness content of the nucleon, characterized by the so-called strangeness-nucleon sigma term, is of fundamental importance in underst … - Study of J/ψ→ηϕπ^{+}π^{-} at BESIII

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)Based on a sample of 2.25×108J/ψ events taken with the BESIII detector at the BEPCII collider, we present the results of a study of the decay J/ψ→ηϕπ … - Single- and central-diffractive production of open charm and bottom mesons at the LHC: Theoretical predictions and experimental capabilities

Author(s): Marta Łuszczak, Rafał Maciuła, and Antoni SzczurekWe discuss diffractive production of open charm and bottom mesons at the LHC. The differential cross sections for single- and central-diffr … - Constraints on f(R) gravity through the redshift space distortion

Author(s): Lixin XuIn this paper, a specific family of f(R) models that can produce the ΛCDM background expansion history is constrained by using the currently available geometric and dynamic probes. … - Exploring massive neutrinos in dark cosmologies with eftcamb/EFTCosmoMC

Author(s): Bin Hu, Marco Raveri, Alessandra Silvestri, and Noemi FruscianteWe revisit the degeneracy between massive neutrinos and generalized theories of gravity in the framework of the effective fie … - B modes and the sound speed of primordial fluctuations

Author(s): Gonzalo A. Palma and Alex SotoIt was recently shown that a large value of the tensor to scalar ratio r implies a constraint on the minimum value of the sound speed cs of primordial curvatur … - Thermodynamics of third-order Lovelock-AdS black holes in the presence of Born-Infeld type nonlinear electrodynamics

Author(s): S. H. Hendi and A. DehghaniIn this paper, we obtain topological black hole solutions of third-order Lovelock gravity coupled with two classes of Born-Infeld-type nonlinear electrodynamics w … - How big is a black hole?

Author(s): Marios Christodoulou and Carlo RovelliThe three-dimensional volume inside a spherical black hole can be defined by extending an intrinsic flat-spacetime characterization of the volume insid … - Matter quantum corrections to the graviton self-energy and the Newtonian potential

Author(s): Daniel Burns and Apostolos PilaftsisWe revisit the calculation of matter quantum effects on the graviton self-energy on a flat Minkowski background, with the aim to acquire a deeper underst … - Energy decomposition within Einstein-Born-Infeld black holes

Author(s): Jonas P. Pereira and Jorge A. RuedaWe analyze the consequences of the recently found generalization of the Christodoulou-Ruffini black hole mass decomposition for Einstein-Born-Infeld black … - Two-dimensional superconformal field theories from Riemann surfaces with a boundary

Author(s): Koichi Nagasaki and Satoshi YamaguchiWe consider a 2-dimensional conformal field theory (CFT) obtained from twisted compactification of the 4-dimensional N=4 super Yang-Mills theory on a Ri … - Spectral dimension of kappa-deformed spacetime

Author(s): Anjana V. and E. HarikumarWe investigate the spectral dimension of κ-spacetime using the κ-deformed diffusion equation. The deformed equation is constructed for two different choices of Lap … - Single and double spin asymmetries for deeply virtual Compton scattering measured with CLAS and a longitudinally polarized proton target

Author(s): S. Pisano et al. (CLAS Collaboration)Single-beam, single-target, and double spin asymmetries for hard exclusive electroproduction of a photon on the proton e⃗p⃗→e′p′γ are presented. The dat … - Baseline optimization for the measurement of CP violation, mass hierarchy, and θ_{23} octant in a long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiment

Author(s): M. Bass, M. Bishai, D. Cherdack, M. Diwan, Z. Djurcic, J. Hernandez, B. Lundberg, V. Paolone, X. Qian, R. Rameika, L. Whitehead, R. J. Wilson, E. Worcester, and G. ZellerNext-generation lon … - Search for B^{+}→e^{+}ν_{e} and B^{+}→μ^{+}ν_{μ} decays using hadronic tagging

Author(s): Y. Yook et al. (Belle Collaboration)We present a search for the rare leptonic decays B+→e+νe and B+→μ+νμ, using the full ϒ(4S) data sample of 772×106 BB̅ pairs collected with the Belle dete … - Distinguishing flavor nonuniversal colorons from Z^{′} bosons at the LHC

Author(s): R. Sekhar Chivukula, Pawin Ittisamai, and Elizabeth H. SimmonsElectrically neutral massive color-singlet and color-octet vector bosons, which are often predicted in theories beyond the Stan … - Braking index of isolated pulsars

Author(s): O. Hamil, J. R. Stone, M. Urbanec, and G. UrbancováIsolated pulsars are rotating neutron stars with accurately measured angular velocities Ω, and their time derivatives that show unambiguou … - Feynman diagrams for stochastic inflation and quantum field theory in de Sitter space

Author(s): Björn Garbrecht, Florian Gautier, Gerasimos Rigopoulos, and Yi ZhuWe consider a massive scalar field with quartic self-interaction λ/4!ϕ4 in de Sitter spacetime and present a diagrammatic e … - Large scale suppression of scalar power on a spatial condensation

Author(s): Seyen Kouwn, O-Kab Kwon, and Phillial OhWe consider a deformed single-field inflation model in terms of three SO(3) symmetric moduli fields. We find that spatially linear solutions for the … - Quasimatter domination parameters in bouncing cosmologies

Author(s): Emilio Elizalde, Jaume Haro, and Sergei D. OdintsovA fine set of parameters is introduced for bouncing cosmologies in order to describe the nearly matter-dominated phase, and which play the … - Role of higher-dimensional evolving wormholes in the formation of a big rip singularity

Author(s): M. R. Setare and A. SepehriWe study the four-dimensional Universe on the M2-M5 BIon in the thermal background. The BIon is a configuration in a flat space of a D-brane and a parallel anti-D … - First order gravity on the light front

Author(s): Sergei Alexandrov and Simone SpezialeWe study the canonical structure of the real first order formulation of general relativity on a null foliation. We use a tetrad decomposition which allo … - Strong lensing interferometry for compact binaries

Author(s): Ue-Li Pen and I-Sheng YangWe propose a possibility to improve the current precision measurements on compact binaries. When the orbital axis is almost perpendicular to our line of sight, a p … - Search for long-lived particles that decay into final states containing two electrons or two muons in proton-proton collisions at sqrt[s]=8 TeV

Author(s): V. Khachatryan et al. (CMS Collaboration)A search is performed for long-lived particles that decay into final states that include a pair of electrons or a pair of muons. The experimental si … - Measurement of the e^{+}e^{-}→ηπ^{+}π^{-} cross section in the center-of-mass energy range 1.22–2.00 GeV with the SND detector at the VEPP-2000 collider

Author(s): V. M. Aulchenko et al.In the experiment with the SND detector at the VEPP-2000 e+e- collider the cross section for the process e+e-→ηπ+π- has been measured in the center-of-mass energy rang …