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Author(s): K. Schneck et al. (SuperCDMS Collaboration)We examine the consequences of the effective field theory (EFT) of dark matter–nucleon scattering for current and proposed direct detection experi … - Lee-Yang zero distribution of high temperature QCD and the Roberge-Weiss phase transition

Author(s): Keitaro Nagata, Kouji Kashiwa, Atsushi Nakamura, and Shinsuke M. NishigakiCanonical partition functions and Lee-Yang zeros of QCD at finite density and high temperature are studied. Recent … - Lattice QCD study of four-quark components of the isosinglet scalar mesons: Significance of disconnected diagrams

Author(s): Masayuki Wakayama, Teiji Kunihiro, Shin Muroya, Atsushi Nakamura, Chiho Nonaka, Motoo Sekiguchi, and Hiroaki Wada (SCALAR Collaboration)We study the possible significance of four-quark stat … - Unitarity in composite Higgs boson approaches with vector resonances

Author(s): Daniele Barducci, Haiying Cai, Stefania De Curtis, Felipe J. Llanes-Estrada, and Stefano MorettiWe examine a simple composite Higgs model (CHM) with vector resonances in addition to the Sta … - Yukawa unification and sparticle spectroscopy in gauge mediation models

Author(s): Ilia Gogoladze, Azar Mustafayev, Qaisar Shafi, and Cem Salih ÜnWe explore the implications of the t−b−τ (and b−τ) Yukawa coupling unification condition on the fundamental parameter space an … - Indirect probes of dark matter and globular cluster properties from dark matter annihilation within the coolest white dwarfs

Author(s): Travis J. Hurst, Andrew R. Zentner, Aravind Natarajan, and Carles BadenesWhite dwarfs (WD) capture dark matter (DM) as they orbit within their host halos. These captured particles may subse … - Conformal universe as false vacuum decay

Author(s): M. Libanov and V. RubakovWe point out that the (pseudo)conformal universe scenario may be realized as the decay of a conformally invariant, metastable vacuum, which proceeds via spontaneous … - Robust model comparison disfavors power law cosmology

Author(s): Daniel L. ShaferLate-time power law expansion has been proposed as an alternative to the standard cosmological model and shown to be consistent with some low-redshift data. We test power la … - Hyperbolic inflation in the light of Planck 2015 data

Author(s): Spyros Basilakos and John D. BarrowRubano and Barrow have discussed the emergence of a dark energy, with late-time cosmic acceleration arising from a self-interacting homogeneous scalar fie … - Fundamental cosmology from precision spectroscopy. II. Synergies with supernovae

Author(s): A. C. O. Leite and C. J. A. P. MartinsIn a previous work [Amendola et al., Phys. Rev. D 86, 063515 (2012)], principal component analysis based methods to constrain the dark energy equation … - Detecting very long-lived gravitational-wave transients lasting hours to weeks

Author(s): Eric Thrane, Vuk Mandic, and Nelson ChristensenWe explore the possibility of very long-lived gravitational-wave transients (and detector artifacts) lasting hours to weeks. Such very long si … - Perturbative extraction of gravitational waveforms generated with numerical relativity

Author(s): Hiroyuki Nakano, James Healy, Carlos O. Lousto, and Yosef ZlochowerWe derive an analytical expression for extracting the gravitational waveforms at null infinity using the Weyl scalar ψ_{4} … - Rényi entropy of a free compact boson on a torus

Author(s): Bin Chen and Jie-qiang WuIn this paper, we reconsider the single-interval Rényi entropy of a free compact scalar on a torus. In this case, the contribution to the entropy could be decompose … - Consistent analysis of the ν_{μ}→ν_{e} sterile neutrinos searches of ICARUS and OPERA

Author(s): Antonio PalazzoThe two long-baseline experiments ICARUS and OPERA have recently provided bounds on light (∼eV) sterile neutrinos exploiting the results of the ν_{μ}→ν_{e} appearance searche … - Single inclusive particle production in proton-nucleus collisions at next-to-leading order in the hybrid formalism

Author(s): Tolga Altinoluk, Néstor Armesto, Guillaume Beuf, Alex Kovner, and Michael LublinskyWe reconsider the perturbative next-to-leading calculation of the single inclusive hadron production in th … - C

Author(s): André H. Hoang, Daniel W. Kolodrubetz, Vicent Mateu, and Iain W. StewartThe authors compute event shapes, focusing in particular on the C-parameter distribution, in electron-positron collis … - Precise determination of α_{s} from the C-parameter distribution

Author(s): André H. Hoang, Daniel W. Kolodrubetz, Vicent Mateu, and Iain W. StewartWe present a global fit for α_{s}(m_{Z}), analyzing the available C-parameter data measured at center-of-mass energie … - Scalar leptoquarks and the rare B meson decays

Author(s): Suchismita Sahoo and Rukmani MohantaWe study some rare decays of B mesons involving the quark-level transition b→ql^{+}l^{−}(q=d,s) in the scalar leptoquark model. We constrain the leptoqua … - Charmed-strange meson spectrum: Old and new problems

Author(s): Jorge Segovia, David R. Entem, and Francisco FernándezThe LHCb Collaboration has recently reported the observation for the first time of a spin-3 resonance in the heavy quark sector. They h … - Stealth QCD-like strong interactions and the tt[over ¯] asymmetry

Author(s): Joachim Brod, Jure Drobnak, Alexander L. Kagan, Emmanuel Stamou, and Jure ZupanWe show that a new strongly interacting sector can produce large enhancements of the tt[over ¯] asymmetries at … - Twin Higgs mechanism and a composite Higgs boson

Author(s): Matthew Low, Andrea Tesi, and Lian-Tao WangWe combine the twin Higgs mechanism with the paradigm of composite Higgs models. In this class of models the Higgs is a pseudo-Nambu-Goldstone bos … - Dynamical flavor origin of Z_{N} symmetries

Author(s): D. Aristizabal Sierra, Mikaël Dhen, Chee Sheng Fong, and Avelino VicenteDiscrete Abelian symmetries (Z_{N}) are a common “artifact” of beyond the standard model physics models. They provide … - Emulating the CFHTLenS weak lensing data: Cosmological constraints from moments and Minkowski functionals

Author(s): Andrea Petri, Jia Liu, Zoltán Haiman, Morgan May, Lam Hui, and Jan M. KratochvilWeak gravitational lensing is a powerful cosmological probe, with non-Gaussian features potentially containin … - A search for ultralight axions using precision cosmological data

Author(s): Renée Hlozek, Daniel Grin, David J. E. Marsh, and Pedro G. FerreiraUltralight axions (ULAs) with masses in the range 10^{−33} eV≤m_{a}≤10^{−20} eV are motivated by string theory and might … - Criticality and big brake singularities in the tachyonic evolutions of closed Friedmann universes with cold dark matter

Author(s): Zsolt Horváth, Zoltán Keresztes, Alexander Yu. Kamenshchik, and László Á. GergelyThe evolution of a closed Friedmann universe filled by a tachyon scalar field with a trigonometric potential … - Light on curved backgrounds

Author(s): D. Batic, S. Nelson, and M. NowakowskiWe consider the motion of light on different spacetime manifolds by calculating the deflection angle, lensing properties and by probing into the possib … - Testing the role of the Barbero-Immirzi parameter and the choice of connection in loop quantum gravity

Author(s): Jibril Ben Achour, Marc Geiller, Karim Noui, and Chao YuWe study the role of the Barbero-Immirzi parameter γ and the choice of connection in the construction of (a symmetry-reduced version … - Self-force gravitational waveforms for extreme and intermediate mass ratio inspirals. III. Spin-orbit coupling revisited

Author(s): Lior M. Burko and Gaurav KhannaThe first- and second-order dissipative self-force and the first-order conservative self-force are applied together with spin-orbit coupling to the quasicircu … - Relativistic dynamical collapse model

Author(s): Philip PearleA model is discussed where all operators are constructed from a quantum scalar field whose energy spectrum takes on all real values. The Schrödinger picture wave function depen … - Supersymmetric solutions on SU(4)-structure deformed Stenzel space

Author(s): D. L. A. PrinsThe Stenzel space fourfold is a noncompact Calabi-Yau (CY) which is a higher-dimensional analogue of the deformed conifold. We consider N=(1,1), type-IIA, N=1 M-theory and N=( … - Relativistic Green’s function model and charged-current inclusive neutrino-nucleus scattering at T2K kinematics

Author(s): Andrea Meucci and Carlotta GiustiWe compare the results of the relativistic Green’s function model with the experimental data of the charged-current inclusive differential neutrino-nucleus … - Nature of the a_{1}(1420)

Author(s): M. Mikhasenko, B. Ketzer, and A. SarantsevThe resonancelike signal with axial-vector quantum numbers J^{PC}=1^{++} at a mass of 1420 MeV and a width of 140 MeV, recently observed by the COM … - Enhancement of Br(B_{d}→μ^{+}μ^{−})/Br(B_{s}→μ^{+}μ^{−}) in supersymmetric unified models

Author(s): Bhaskar Dutta and Yukihiro MimuraWe explain the 2.3σ deviation in the recent measurements of the neutral B meson decays into muon pairs from the standard model prediction in the framework o … - Particle creation from the quantum stress tensor

Author(s): Javad T. Firouzjaee and George F. R. EllisAmong the different methods to derive particle creation, finding the quantum stress tensor expectation value gives a covariant quantity which can b … - Relating follicly-challenged compact stars to bald black holes: A link between two no-hair properties

Author(s): Kent Yagi and Nicolás YunesCompact stars satisfy certain no-hair relations through which their multipole moments are given by their mass, spin and quadrupole moment. These relations are app … - Consistent massive graviton on arbitrary backgrounds

Author(s): Laura Bernard, Cédric Deffayet, and Mikael von StraussWe obtain the fully covariant linearized field equations for the metric perturbation in the de Rham-Gabadadze-Tolley (dRGT) ghost-free … - Global solutions of functional fixed point equations via pseudospectral methods

Author(s): J. Borchardt and B. KnorrWe apply pseudospectral methods to construct global solutions of functional renormalization group equations in field space to high accuracy. For this, we introduce … - Glueball decay rates in the Witten-Sakai-Sugimoto model

Author(s): Frederic Brünner, Denis Parganlija, and Anton RebhanWe revisit and extend previous calculations of glueball decay rates in the Sakai-Sugimoto model, a holographic top-down approach for QCD … - Broken zero modes of a string world sheet and a correlation function between a 1/4 BPS Wilson loop and a 1/2 BPS local operator

Author(s): Akitsugu MiwaWe reconsider a gravity dual of a 1/4 BPS Wilson loop. In the case of an expectation value of the Wilson loop, it is known that broken zero modes of a string world sheet in the … - Temperature-reflection symmetry

Author(s): Gökçe Başar, Aleksey Cherman, David A. McGady, and Masahito YamazakiWe point out the presence of a T→−T temperature-reflection (T-reflection) symmetry for the partition functions of many ph … - String universality for permutation orbifolds

Author(s): Alexandre Belin, Christoph A. Keller, and Alexander MaloneyThe hypothesis that every theory of quantum gravity in AdS_{3} is a dimensional reduction of string or M theory leads to a natural … - Erratum: Strong-field tidal distortions of rotating black holes: Formalism and results for circular, equatorial orbits [Phys. Rev. D 90, 124039 (2014)]

Author(s): Stephen O’Sullivan and Scott A. Hughes[Phys. Rev. D 91, 109901] Published Thu May 14, 2015 - Erratum: Photon-photon dispersion of TeV gamma rays and its role for photon-ALP conversion [Phys. Rev. D 91, 083003 (2015)]

Author(s): Alexandra Dobrynina, Alexander Kartavtsev, and Georg Raffelt[Phys. Rev. D 91, 109902] Published Thu May 14, 2015 - η_{c}

Author(s): V. P. Gonçalves and W. K. SauterOne of the open questions of the strong interaction theory is the existence of the odderon, which is an unambiguous prediction of quantum chromodynamics, but … - Dark matter and gauge coupling unification in nonsupersymmetric SO(10) grand unified models

Author(s): Yann Mambrini, Natsumi Nagata, Keith A. Olive, Jérémie Quevillon, and Jiaming ZhengUnlike minimal SU(5), SO(10) provides a straightforward path towards gauge coupling unification by modifyi … - Oscillating modulation to B-mode polarization from varying propagating speed of primordial gravitational waves

Author(s): Yong Cai, Yu-Tong Wang, and Yun-Song PiaoIn low-energy effective string theory and modified gravity theories, the propagating speed c_{T} of primordial gravitational waves may deviate from … - Tuning, ergodicity, equilibrium, and cosmology

Author(s): Andreas AlbrechtI explore the possibility that the cosmos is fundamentally an equilibrium system and review the attractive features of such theories. Equilibrium cosmologies are commonly th … - Asymptotically flat black holes sourced by a massless scalar field

Author(s): Mariano Cadoni and Edgardo FranzinWe derive exact, asymptotically flat black hole solutions of Einstein-scalar gravity sourced by a nontrivial scalar field with 1/r asymptotic behavior. The … - Quasinormal acoustic oscillations in the Michel flow

Author(s): Eliana Chaverra, Manuel D. Morales, and Olivier SarbachWe study spherical and nonspherical linear acoustic perturbations of the Michel flow, which describes the steady radial accretion of a … - Recursion relations for graviton scattering amplitudes from Bose symmetry and bonus scaling laws

Author(s): David A. McGady and Laurentiu RodinaModern on-shell S-matrix methods may dramatically improve our understanding of perturbative quantum gravity, but current foundations of on-shell techniqu … - Rapidity divergences and deep inelastic scattering in the endpoint region

Author(s): Sean Fleming and Ou Z. LabunThe deep inelastic scattering cross section in the endpoint region x∼1 has been subjected to extensive analysis. We revisit this process using soft collinear eff … - Medium effects on the relaxation of dissipative flows in a hot pion gas

Author(s): Sukanya Mitra, Utsab Gangopadhyaya, and Sourav SarkarThe relaxation times over which dissipative fluxes restore their steady-state values are evaluated for a pion gas using the 14-moment me … - Study of the f_{2}(1270), f_{2}^{′}(1525), K[over ¯]_{2}^{*}(1430), f_{0}(1370) and f_{0}(1710) production from ψ(nS) and ϒ(nS) decays

Author(s): Lian-Rong Dai, Ju-Jun Xie, and Eulogio OsetBased on previous studies that support the important role of the f_{2}(1270), f_{2}^{′}(1525), and K[over ¯]_{2}^{*}(1430) resonances in the J/ψ[ψ ... - Top quark induced effective potential in a composite Higgs model

Author(s): Maarten Golterman and Yigal ShamirWe consider nonperturbative aspects of a composite Higgs model that serves as a prototype for physics beyond the Standard Model, in which a new strongly in ... - New experimental limit on the electric dipole moment of the electron in a paramagnetic insulator

Author(s): Y. J. Kim, C.-Y. Liu, S. K. Lamoreaux, G. Visser, B. Kunkler, A. N. Matlashov, J. C. Long, and T. G. ReddyWe report results of an experimental search for the intrinsic electric dipole momen ... - Tension between the power spectrum of density perturbations measured on large and small scales

Author(s): Richard A. Battye, Tom Charnock, and Adam MossThere is a tension between measurements of the amplitude of the power spectrum of density perturbations inferred using the cosmic microwave bac ... - How well can we really determine the scale of inflation?

Author(s): Ogan Özsoy, Kuver Sinha, and Scott WatsonA detection of primordial B modes has been heralded not only as a smoking gun for the existence of inflation, but also as a way to establish the sca ... - Melvin universe in Born-Infeld gravity

Author(s): Cosimo Bambi, Gonzalo J. Olmo, and D. Rubiera-GarciaWe consider a magnetic flux pointing in the z direction of an axially symmetric space-time (Melvin universe) in a Born-Infeld–type extens ... - Basis light-front quantization approach to positronium

Author(s): Paul Wiecki, Yang Li, Xingbo Zhao, Pieter Maris, and James P. VaryWe present the first application of the recently developed basis light-front quantization (BLFQ) method to self-bound syste ... - Quark flavor distribution functions for the octet baryons in the chiral quark constituent model

Author(s): Harleen DahiyaThe quark flavor distribution functions of the octet baryons (N, Σ, Ξ, and Λ) have been calculated in the chiral constituent quark model. In particular, the valence and sea qu ... - Microscopic origin of U_{A}(1) symmetry violation in the high temperature phase of QCD

Author(s): Viktor Dick, Frithjof Karsch, Edwin Laermann, Swagato Mukherjee, and Sayantan SharmaWe investigate the low-lying eigenmodes of the Dirac matrix with the aim to gain more insight into the te ... - Kπ

Author(s): Dan Zhou, Er-Liang Cui, Hua-Xing Chen, Li-Sheng Geng, and Li-Hua ZhuWe evaluate energy levels of the Kπ system in the K^{*} channel in finite volume using chiral unitary theory. We use thes ... - Multiwavelength constraints on the inflationary consistency relation

Author(s): P. Daniel Meerburg, Renée Hložek, Boryana Hadzhiyska, and Joel MeyersWe present the first attempt to use a combination of CMB, LIGO, and Pulsar Timing Array (PPTA) data to constrain both th ... - Inflationary gravitational waves in the effective field theory of modified gravity

Author(s): Antonio De Felice and Shinji TsujikawaIn the approach of the effective field theory of modified gravity, we derive the second-order action and the equation of motion for tensor perturbation ... - Perturbative interaction approach to cosmological structure formation

Author(s): Yacine Ali-HaïmoudA new approach to cosmological perturbation theory has been recently introduced by Bartelmann et al., relying on nonequilibrium statistical theory of classical particles, ... - Cosmological implications of bumblebee vector models

Author(s): Diogo Capelo and Jorge PáramosThe bumblebee model of spontaneous Lorentz symmetry breaking is explored in a cosmological context, considering a single nonzero time component for the vector ... - New definition of a wormhole throat

Author(s): Yoshimune Tomikawa, Keisuke Izumi, and Tetsuya ShiromizuWe present a new definition of the wormhole throat including the flare-out condition and the feature corresponding to the traversabil ... - Kinetic mixing in scalar-tensor theories of gravity

Author(s): Dario Bettoni and Miguel ZumalacárreguiKinetic mixing between the metric and scalar degrees of freedom is an essential ingredient in contemporary scalar-tensor theories. This often makes it ... - Derivation of the exact expression for the D function in N=1 SQCD

Author(s): M. A. Shifman and K. V. StepanyantzThe authors compute the Adler D function - a quantity that encodes QCD corrections to the photon propagator - to all orders in perturbation theory for a s ... - Search for Lorentz violation in short-range gravity

Author(s): J. C. Long and V. Alan KosteleckýA search for sidereal variations in the force between two planar tungsten oscillators separated by about 80 μm sets the first experimental limits on Lorent ... - Discerning new physics in charm meson leptonic and semileptonic decays

Author(s): Svjetlana Fajfer, Ivan Nišandžić, and Urša RojecCurrent experimental information on the charm-meson decay observables in which the c→sℓν_{ℓ} transitions occur is well compatible with the St ... - Strangeness of the nucleon from lattice QCD

Author(s): Constantia Alexandrou, Martha Constantinou, Simon Dinter, Vincent Drach, Kyriakos Hadjiyiannakou, Karl Jansen, Giannis Koutsou, and Alejandro Vaquero (ETM Collaboration)We present a nonpert ... - Probing the spacetime around supermassive black holes with ejected plasma blobs

Author(s): Pierre Christian and Abraham LoebMillimeter-wavelength very-long-baseline-interferometry observations of the supermassive black holes in Sgr A* and M87 by the Event Horizon Telescope could ... - Directed searches for continuous gravitational waves from binary systems: Parameter-space metrics and optimal Scorpius X-1 sensitivity

Author(s): Paola Leaci and Reinhard PrixWe derive simple analytic expressions for the (coherent and semicoherent) phase metrics of continuous-wave sources in low-eccentricity binary systems for the tw ... - Cosmological tests of modified gravity: Constraints on F(R) theories from the galaxy clustering ratio

Author(s): Julien Bel, Philippe Brax, Christian Marinoni, and Patrick ValageasThe clustering ratio η, a large-scale structure observable originally designed to constrain the shape of the power spectru ... - Preheating with higher dimensional interaction

Author(s): Seishi Enomoto, Nobuhiro Maekawa, and Tomohiro MatsudaParticle production caused by the oscillation after inflation is important since it explains reheating after inflation. On the particle ... - Signatures of the quintuplet leptons at the LHC

Author(s): You Yu, Chong-Xing Yue, and Shuo YangWe investigate the production and detection prospects for the quintuplet heavy leptons at the LHC in the context of a new model which is proposed as a v ... - Exclusive production of heavy charged Higgs boson pairs in the pp→ppH^{+}H^{−} reaction at the LHC and a future circular collider

Author(s): Piotr Lebiedowicz and Antoni SzczurekWe calculate differential cross sections for exclusive production of heavy charged scalar, weakly interacting particles (charged Higgs bosons, charged t ... - Force sensor for chameleon and Casimir force experiments with parallel-plate configuration

Author(s): Attaallah Almasi, Philippe Brax, Davide Iannuzzi, and René I. P. SedmikThe search for non-Newtonian forces has been pursued following many different paths. Recently it was suggested that hy ... - Emergent scenario in the Einstein-Cartan theory

Author(s): Qihong Huang, Puxun Wu, and Hongwei YuWe study the emergent scenario, which is proposed to avoid the big bang singularity, in the Einstein-Cartan (EC) theory with a positive cosmological co ... - Thermodynamics of topological black holes in R^{2} gravity

Author(s): Guido Cognola, Massimiliano Rinaldi, Luciano Vanzo, and Sergio ZerbiniWe study topological black hole solutions of the simplest quadratic gravity action and we find that two classes are all ... - Quantum inequality in spacetimes with small curvature

Author(s): Eleni-Alexandra Kontou and Ken D. OlumQuantum inequalities bound the extent to which weighted time averages of the renormalized energy density of a quantum field can be negative. Such inequ ... - Spin-base invariance of fermions in arbitrary dimensions

Author(s): Stefan LippoldtThe concept of spin-base invariance is extended to arbitrary integer dimension d≥2. Explicit formulas for the spin connection as a function of the Dirac matrices are found. W ... - Specific supersimple properties of e^{−}e^{+}→γH at high energy

Author(s): G. J. Gounaris and F. M. RenardWe study the process e^{−}e^{+}→γH, where H represents H_{SM}, h^{0}, or H^{0}. This process occurs at the one loop level in the standard model or in the mini ... - Study of the KN−K^{*}N coupled system in s-wave

Author(s): K. P. Khemchandani, A. Martínez Torres, F. S. Navarra, M. Nielsen, and L. TolosWe study the strangeness +1 meson-baryon systems to obtain improved KN and K^{*}N amplitudes and to look for a ... - Spectroscopy of doubly charmed baryons from lattice QCD

Author(s): M. Padmanath, Robert G. Edwards, Nilmani Mathur, and Michael Peardon (Hadron Spectrum Collaboration)We present the ground and excited state spectra of doubly charmed baryons from lattice QC ... - GUT-inspired supersymmetric model for h→γγ and the muon g−2

Author(s): M. Adeel Ajaib, Ilia Gogoladze, and Qaisar ShafiWe study a grand unified theories inspired supersymmetric model with nonuniversal gaugino masses that can explain the observed muon g−2 anoma ... - Constraints on a seesaw model leading to quasidegenerate neutrinos and signatures at the LHC

Author(s): Gulab Bambhaniya, Subrata Khan, Partha Konar, and Tanmoy MondalWe consider a variant of TeV-scale seesaw models in which three additional heavy right-handed neutrinos are added to the stand ... - Fine-structure constant constraints on dark energy

Author(s): C. J. A. P. Martins and A. M. M. PinhoWe use astrophysical and atomic clock tests of the stability of the fine-structure constant α, together with type Ia supernova and Hubble parameter dat ... - Consistency of universally nonminimally coupled f(R,T,R_{μν}T^{μν}) theories

Author(s): Ismael Ayuso, Jose Beltrán Jiménez, and Álvaro de la Cruz-DombrizWe discuss the consistency of a recently proposed class of theories described by an arbitrary function of the Ricci scalar, ... - Electroweak standard model with very special relativity

Author(s): Jorge Alfaro, Pablo González, and Ricardo ÁvilaThe very special relativity electroweak Standard Model (VSR EW SM) is a theory with SU(2)_{L}×U(1)_{R} symmetry, with the same number of lepto ... - Parametric instability in long optical cavities and suppression by dynamic transverse mode frequency modulation

Author(s): Chunnong Zhao, Li Ju, Qi Fang, Carl Blair, Jiayi Qin, David Blair, Jerome Degallaix, and Hiroaki YamamotoThree-mode parametric instability has been predicted in advanced gravitational wave ... - First observation and amplitude analysis of the B^{−}→D^{+}K^{−}π^{−} decay

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The B^{−}→D^{+}K^{−}π^{−} decay is observed in a data sample corresponding to 3.0 fb^{−1} of pp collision data recorded by the LHCb experiment during 201 ... - Low-energy photon production in neutrino neutral-current interactions

Author(s): Jonathan L. RosnerThe search for ν_{μ}→ν_{e} oscillations by the MiniBooNE Collaboration at Fermilab has revealed a low-energy signal which could be due either to electrons produced by ν_{e ... - Higgs boson production in association with top quarks in the POWHEG BOX

Author(s): H. B. Hartanto, B. Jäger, L. Reina, and D. WackerothWe present results from the analytic calculation of tt[over ¯]H hadronic production at next-to-leading order in QCD interfaced with parto … - Spectrum of higher excitations of B and D mesons in the relativistic potential model

Author(s): Jing-Bin Liu and Mao-Zhi YangWe study the masses and wave functions of heavy-light quark-antiquark system in the relativistic potential model, where we focus on the higher excited states of … - Automated next-to-leading order predictions for new physics at the LHC: The case of colored scalar pair production

Author(s): Céline Degrande, Benjamin Fuks, Valentin Hirschi, Josselin Proudom, and Hua-Sheng ShaoWe present for the first time the full automation of collider predictions matched with parton showers a … - QCD description of backward vector meson hard electroproduction

Author(s): B. Pire, K. Semenov-Tian-Shansky, and L. SzymanowskiWe consider backward vector meson exclusive electroproduction off nucleons in the framework of collinear QCD factorization. Nucleon to ve … - Equal-velocity scenario for hiding dark matter at the LHC

Author(s): Kaoru Hagiwara and Toshifumi YamadaWe consider a light supersymmetric top-quark (top-squark) scenario, where a top squark and a neutralino are the lightest supersymmetric particles and the … - Partial restoration of chiral symmetry in the color flux tube

Author(s): Takumi Iritani, Guido Cossu, and Shoji HashimotoUsing the quark eigenmodes computed on the lattice with the overlap-Dirac operator, we investigate the spatial distribution of the chiral con …