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Author(s): Michael Dine, Patrick Draper, and Guido FestucciaRecently it was shown that in QCD-like theories with N_{f}>N, where N_{f} is the number of light flavors and N is the number of colors, t … - Constraints on inert dark matter from the metastability of the electroweak vacuum

Author(s): Najimuddin Khan and Subhendu RakshitThe inert scalar doublet model of dark matter can be valid up to the Planck scale. We briefly review the bounds on the model in such a scenario and ident … - Chiral symmetry breaking and confinement effects on dilepton and photon production around T_{c}

Author(s): Daisuke Satow and Wolfram WeiseProduction rates of dileptons and photons from the quark-gluon (QGP) phase are calculated taking into account effects of confinement and spontaneous chiral sy … - When dark matter interacts with cosmic rays or interstellar matter: A morphological study

Author(s): Eric Carlson and Stefano ProfumoExcess emission over expected diffuse astrophysical backgrounds in the direction of the Galactic center region has been claimed at various wavelengths, from … - Critical behavior in black hole scalar field interaction

Author(s): J. A. Crespo and H. P. de OliveiraWe study the critical behavior at the threshold of black hole formation in a model consisting of a scalar field incident to a reflector barrier enclosing a … - Vainshtein mechanism beyond the quasistatic approximation

Author(s): Hans A. Winther and Pedro G. FerreiraTheories of modified gravity, in both the linear and fully nonlinear regimes, are often studied under the assumption that the evolution of the new (ofte … - Covariance in models of loop quantum gravity: Gowdy systems

Author(s): Martin Bojowald and Suddhasattwa BrahmaRecent results in the construction of anomaly-free models of loop quantum gravity have shown obstacles when local physical degrees of freedom are pres … - Solution to the nonlinear field equations of ten dimensional supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory

Author(s): Carlos R. Mafra and Oliver SchlottererIn this paper, we present a formal solution to the nonlinear field equations of ten-dimensional super Yang-Mills theory. It is assembled from products … - Revised model of absorption corrections for the pp→ppπ^{+} π^{−} process

Author(s): Piotr Lebiedowicz and Antoni SzczurekWe include new additional absorption corrections into the double Pomeron/Reggeon exchange (nonresonant) model for pp→ppπ^{+}π^{−} or pp[over ¯]→pp[over ... - Mass spectra of Z_{c} and Z_{b} exotic states as hadron molecules

Author(s): Wei Chen, T. G. Steele, Hua-Xing Chen, and Shi-Lin ZhuWe construct charmoniumlike and bottomoniumlike molecular interpolating currents with quantum numbers J^{PC}=1^{+−} in a systematic way ... - Bottom-quark forward-backward and charge asymmetries at hadron colliders

Author(s): Christopher W. MurphyPredictions are made for the forward-backward and charge asymmetries in bottom-quark pair production at hadron colliders. Tree-level exchanges of electroweak (EW) gauge ... - Vacuum stability and triviality analyses of the renormalizable coloron model

Author(s): R. Sekhar Chivukula, Arsham Farzinnia, and Elizabeth H. SimmonsThe renormalizable coloron model is built around a minimally extended color gauge group, which is spontaneously broken to QCD. ... - Anatomy of the ATLAS diboson anomaly

Author(s): B. C. Allanach, Ben Gripaios, and Dave SutherlandWe perform a general analysis of new physics interpretations of the recent ATLAS diboson excesses over standard model expectations in LHC Ru ... - Scalar excitation with Leggett frequency in ^{3} He−B and the 125 GeV Higgs particle in top quark condensation models as pseudo-Goldstone bosons

Author(s): G. E. Volovik and M. A. ZubkovWe consider the scenario in which the light Higgs scalar boson appears as the pseudo-Goldstone boson. We discuss examples in both condensed matter and relativi ... - Low Q^{2} weak mixing angle measurements and rare Higgs decays

Author(s): Hooman Davoudiasl, Hye-Sung Lee, and William J. MarcianoA weighted average weak mixing angle θ_{W} derived from relatively low Q^{2} experiments is compared with the standard model predicti ... - Origin of the spectral upturn in the cosmic-ray C/Fe and O/Fe ratios

Author(s): Nicola TomassettiThe observed spectrum of Galactic cosmic rays has several exciting features such as the rise in the positron fraction above ∼10 GeV of energy and the spectral hardening of ... - Mock data and science challenge for detecting an astrophysical stochastic gravitational-wave background with Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo

Author(s): Duncan Meacher, Michael Coughlin, Sean Morris, Tania Regimbau, Nelson Christensen, Shivaraj Kandhasamy, Vuk Mandic, Joseph D. Romano, and Eric ThraneThe purpose of this mock data and scienc ... - Small scale clustering of late forming dark matter

Author(s): S. Agarwal, P.-S. Corasaniti, S. Das, and Y. RaseraWe perform a study of the nonlinear clustering of matter in the late-forming dark matter (LFDM) scenario in which dark matter results from ... - Buchdahl-Bondi limit in modified gravity: Packing extra effective mass in relativistic compact stars

Author(s): Rituparno Goswami, Sunil D. Maharaj, and Anne Marie NziokiWe generalize the Buchdahl–Bondi limit for the case of static, spherically symmetric, relativistic compact stars immersed in Schwar ... - Possible golden events for ringdown gravitational waves

Author(s): Hiroyuki Nakano, Takahiro Tanaka, and Takashi NakamuraThere is a forbidden region in the parameter space of quasinormal modes of black holes in general relativity. Using both inspiral and r ... - Nonperturbative pair production in interpolating fields

Author(s): Anton Ilderton, Greger Torgrimsson, and Jonatan WårdhWe compare the effects of timelike, lightlike and spacelike one-dimensional inhomogeneities on the probability of nonperturbative pair p ... - Interpretations of the ATLAS diboson resonances

Author(s): Junji Hisano, Natsumi Nagata, and Yuji OmuraThe ATLAS Collaboration has reported excesses in searches for resonant diboson production decaying into hadronic final states. This deviation fro ... - Constraints on massive neutrinos from the pairwise kinematic Sunyaev-Zel’dovich effect

Author(s): Eva-Maria Mueller, Francesco de Bernardis, Rachel Bean, and Michael D. NiemackWe present the mean pairwise momentum of clusters, as observed through the kinematic Sunyaev-Zel’dovich (kSZ) e ... - Effects of different eLISA-like configurations on massive black hole parameter estimation

Author(s): Edward K. PorterAs the theme for the future L3 Cosmic Vision mission, ESA has recently chosen the “Gravitational Wave Universe.” Within this program, a mission concept called eLISA has been ... - Constraining the charm Yukawa and Higgs-quark coupling universality

Author(s): Gilad Perez, Yotam Soreq, Emmanuel Stamou, and Kohsaku TobiokaWe introduce four different types of data-driven analyses with different levels of robustness that constrain the size of the Hi ... - Role of the Λ_{c}^{+} (2940) in the π^{−} p→D^{−} D^{0} p reaction close to threshold

Author(s): Ju-Jun Xie, Yu-Bing Dong, and Xu CaoWe report on a theoretical study of the π^{−}p→D^{−}D^{0}p reaction near threshold within an effective Lagrangian approach. The production process is des ... - Partial-wave and helicity operators for the scattering of two hadrons in lattice QCD

Author(s): Stephen J. WallacePartial-wave operators for lattice QCD are developed in order to facilitate the identification of the spins of two-hadron scattering states corresponding to zero total mom ... - Effects of two inert scalar doublets on Higgs boson interactions and the electroweak phase transition

Author(s): Amine Ahriche, Gaber Faisel, Shu-Yu Ho, Salah Nasri, and Jusak TandeanWe study some implications of the presence of two new scalar weak doublets beyond the standard model which have zero va ... - Influence of the inverse magnetic catalysis and the vector interaction in the location of the critical end point

Author(s): Pedro Costa, Márcio Ferreira, Débora P. Menezes, João Moreira, and Constança ProvidênciaThe effect of a strong magnetic field on the location of the critical end point (CEP) in the QCD phas ... - Erratum: Update on scalar singlet dark matter [Phys. Rev. D 88, 055025 (2013)]

Author(s): James M. Cline, Kimmo Kainulainen, Pat Scott, and Christoph Weniger[Phys. Rev. D 92, 039906] Published Mon Aug 31, 2015 - Constraining higher derivative supergravity with scattering amplitudes

Author(s): Yifan Wang and Xi YinWe study supersymmetry constraints on higher derivative deformations of type IIB supergravity by consideration of superamplitudes. Combining constraints of on-shell sup … - When electric charge becomes also magnetic

Author(s): T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman, and A. E. ShabadIn nonlinear electrodynamics, QED included, we find a static solution to the field equations with an electric charge as its source, which is comp … - Gravitational, lensing, and stability properties of Bose-Einstein condensate dark matter halos

Author(s): Tiberiu Harko and Francisco S. N. LoboThe possibility that dark matter, whose existence is inferred from the study of galactic rotation curves, and from the mass deficit in galaxy clusters, … - Rapid gravitational wave parameter estimation with a single spin: Systematic uncertainties in parameter estimation with the SpinTaylorF2 approximation

Author(s): B. Miller, R. O’Shaughnessy, T. B. Littenberg, and B. FarrReliable low-latency gravitational wave parameter estimation is essential to target limited electromagnetic follow-up facilities to … - Coupling between Galileon and massive gravity with composite metrics

Author(s): Xian Gao and Daisuke YoshidaWe investigate the coupling between a Galileon scalar field and massive gravity through composite metrics. We derive the full set of equations of motion for a fl … - Deformed hyperbolic black holes

Author(s): Yu Chen, Yen-Kheng Lim, and Edward TeoBlack holes with planar or hyperbolic horizons are known to exist in anti-de Sitter (AdS) space, alongside the usual ones with spherical horizons. In t … - Alternative derivation of Krasnov’s action for general relativity

Author(s): Mariano Celada, Diego González, and Merced MontesinosStarting from Plebanski’s action for general relativity with cosmological constant, we show that by integrating out all the auxiliary fi … - Color-kinematics duality for pure Yang-Mills and gravity at one and two loops

Author(s): Zvi Bern, Scott Davies, Tristan Dennen, Yu-tin Huang, and Josh NohleWe provide evidence in favor of the conjectured duality between color and kinematics for the case of nonsupersymmetric pu … - Field theory for string fluids

Author(s): Daniel Schubring and Vitaly VanchurinWe develop a field theory description of nondissipative string fluids and construct an explicit mapping between field theory degrees of freedom and hydr … - Covariance in models of loop quantum gravity: Spherical symmetry

Author(s): Martin Bojowald, Suddhasattwa Brahma, and Juan D. ReyesSpherically symmetric models of loop quantum gravity have been studied recently by different methods that aim to deal with structure f … - Global monopoles of charge 2

Author(s): Sven Bjarke Gudnason and Jarah EvslinGlobal two-monopoles are unstable in their simplest formulation. We construct a model with a metriclike prefactor which we show can stabilize the global … - Quantum synchrotron radiation in the case of a field with finite extension

Author(s): Tobias N. WistisenThe semiclassical operator method of Baier and Katkov allows one to obtain the spectrum of synchrotron radiation in a way similar to the classical derivation but which is … - Matrix geometry and coherent states

Author(s): Goro IshikiWe propose a novel method of finding the classical limit of the matrix geometry. We define coherent states for a general matrix geometry described by a large-N sequence of D Herm … - Free-kick condition for entanglement entropy in higher curvature gravity

Author(s): Seyed Morteza Hosseini and Álvaro Véliz-OsorioIn order to compute the entanglement entropy for a given region in a theory with an Einstein gravity dual, the Ryu-Takayanagi prescription tell … - Formation of hidden-charm pentaquarks in photon-nucleon collisions

Author(s): V. Kubarovsky and M. B. VoloshinThe cross section for formation in γ+p collisions of the recently found hidden-charm pentaquark states P_{c}(4380) and P_{c}(4450) is discussed and estimated … - Search for Z_{c} (3900)^{±} →ωπ^{±}

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)The decay Z_{c}(3900)^{±}→ωπ^{±} is searched for using data samples collected with the BESIII detector operating at the BEPCII storage ring at center … - Implementing the exact kinematical constraint in the saturation formalism

Author(s): Kazuhiro Watanabe, Bo-Wen Xiao, Feng Yuan, and David ZaslavskyWe revisit the issue of the large negative next-to-leading-order (NLO) cross section for single inclusive hadron production in … - Systematic study of Z_{c}^{+} family from a multiquark color flux-tube model

Author(s): Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping, Hongxia Huang, and Fan WangInspired by the present experimental results of charged charmonium-like states Z_{c}^{+}, we present a systematic study of the tetraq … - Observation of light nuclei at ALICE and the X(3872) conundrum

Author(s): A. Esposito, A. L. Guerrieri, L. Maiani, F. Piccinini, A. Pilloni, A. D. Polosa, and V. RiquerThe new data reported by ALICE on the production of light nuclei with p_{⊥}≲10 GeV in Pb-Pb co … - Thermal evolution of the Schwinger model with matrix product operators

Author(s): M. C. Bañuls, K. Cichy, J. I. Cirac, K. Jansen, and H. SaitoWe demonstrate the suitability of tensor network techniques for describing the thermal evolution of lattice gauge theories. As a … - Functional dependence of axial anomaly via mesonic fluctuations in the three flavor linear sigma model

Author(s): G. FejősTemperature dependence of the U_{A}(1) anomaly is investigated by taking into account mesonic fluctuations in the U(3)×U(3) linear sigma model. A field dependent anomaly coefficient … - Inflationary magnetogenesis, derivative couplings, and relativistic Van der Waals interactions

Author(s): Massimo GiovanniniWhen the gauge fields have derivative couplings to scalars, like in the case of the relativistic theory of Van der Waals (or Casimir-Polder) interactions, conformal invari … - Cosmological attractors from α-scale supergravity

Author(s): Diederik Roest and Marco ScalisiThe Planck value of the spectral index can be interpreted as n_{s}=1−2/N in terms of the number of e-foldings N. An appealing explanation for this phenomenol … - Note on bunching of field lines in black hole magnetospheres

Author(s): Samuel E. Gralla, Alexandru Lupsasca, and Maria J. RodriguezNumerical simulations of Blandford-Znajek energy extraction at high spin have revealed that field lines tend to bunch near the po … - Stability of the early universe in bigravity theory

Author(s): Katsuki Aoki, Kei-ichi Maeda, and Ryo NambaWe study the stability of a spherically symmetric perturbation around the flat Friedmann–Lemaître–Robertson–Walker spacetime in the ghost-free big … - Chameleon effect in the Jordan frame of the Brans-Dicke theory

Author(s): Israel Quiros, Ricardo García-Salcedo, Tame Gonzalez, and F. Antonio Horta-RangelIn this paper we investigate the chameleon effect in the different conformal frames of the Brans-Dicke (BD) … - Fermionic edge states and new physics

Author(s): T. R. Govindarajan and Rakesh TibrewalaWe investigate the properties of the Dirac operator on manifolds with boundaries in the presence of the Atiyah-Patodi-Singer boundary condition. An ex … - Hall scrambling on black hole horizons

Author(s): Willy Fischler and Sandipan KunduWe explore the effect of the electrodynamics θ angle on the macroscopic properties of black hole horizons. Using only classical Einstein-Maxwell-Chern-Simon … - Search for the standard model Higgs boson produced through vector boson fusion and decaying to bb [over ¯]

Author(s): V. Khachatryan et al. (CMS Collaboration)A first search is reported for a standard model Higgs boson (H) that is produced through vector boson fusion and decays to a bottom-quark pair. Two … - LHC phenomenology of the type II seesaw mechanism: Observability of neutral scalars in the nondegenerate case

Author(s): Zhi-Long Han, Ran Ding, and Yi LiaoThis is a sequel to our previous work on LHC phenomenology of the type II seesaw model in the nondegenerate case. In this work, we further study the pair … - Possible origins and implications of the shoulder in reactor neutrino spectra

Author(s): A. C. Hayes, J. L. Friar, G. T. Garvey, Duligur Ibeling, Gerard Jungman, T. Kawano, and Robert W. MillsWe analyze within a nuclear database framework the shoulder observed in the antineutri … - Lorentz-boosted description of a heavy quarkonium

Author(s): B. Z. Kopeliovich, E. Levin, Iván Schmidt, and M. SiddikovWe bridge the light-front (infinite momentum) and rest-frame descriptions of a heavy quarkonium, spanning them to any quarkonium mo … - Landau-Peierls instability in a Fulde-Ferrell type inhomogeneous chiral condensed phase

Author(s): Tong-Gyu Lee, Eiji Nakano, Yasuhiko Tsue, Toshitaka Tatsumi, and Bengt FrimanIn cold, dense quark matter, chiral symmetry breaking manifests itself through spatially varying condensates, su … - Anomalous pion production induced by nontrivial topological structure of QCD vacuum

Author(s): Nikolai Kochelev, Hee-Jung Lee, Baiyang Zhang, and Pengming ZhangA new mechanism for the pion production in high energy reactions is suggested. It is related to a possibility for the direct … - Coulomb versus physical string tension on the lattice

Author(s): Giuseppe Burgio, Markus Quandt, Hugo Reinhardt, and Hannes VogtFrom continuum studies it is known that the Coulomb string tension σ_{C} gives an upper bound for the physical (Wilson) string … - Stability and symmetry breaking in a three-Higgs-doublet model with lepton family symmetry O(2)⊗Z_{2}

Author(s): M. Maniatis, D. Mehta, and Carlos M. ReyesMotivated by the neutrino data, an extension of the Standard Model with three Higgs-boson doublets has been proposed. Imposing an O(2)⊗Z_{2} family … - Indirect and direct detection prospect for TeV dark matter in the nine parameter MSSM

Author(s): Maria Eugenia Cabrera-Catalan, Shin’ichiro Ando, Christoph Weniger, and Fabio ZandanelWe investigate the prospects of indirect and direct dark matter searches within the minimal supersymmet … - Spontaneous thermal leptogenesis via Majoron oscillation

Author(s): Masahiro Ibe and Kunio KanetaA novel model of spontaneous leptogenesis is investigated, where leptogenesis takes place in the thermal equilibrium due to a background Nambu-Goldstone field i … - CP-violating polarization asymmetry in charmless two-body decays of beauty baryons

Author(s): Min He, Xiao-Gang He, and Guan-Nan LiSeveral baryons containing a heavy b-quark, the b-baryons, have been discovered. The charmless two-body decays of b-baryons can provide a new platform f … - Consistent modified gravity analysis of anisotropic galaxy clustering using BOSS DR11

Author(s): Yong-Seon Song, Atsushi Taruya, Eric Linder, Kazuya Koyama, Cristiano G. Sabiu, Gong-Bo Zhao, Francis Bernardeau, Takahiro Nishimichi, and Teppei OkumuraWe analyze the clustering of a cosmi … - Directional dark matter by polar angle direct detection and application of columnar recombination

Author(s): Jin LiWe report a systematic study on the directional sensitivity of a direct dark matter detector that detects the polar angle of a recoiling nucleus. A weakly interacting massive particle … - Phenomenological models of dark energy interacting with dark matter

Author(s): Nicola TamaniniAn interaction between dark matter and dark energy is usually introduced by a phenomenological modification of the matter conservation equations, while the Einstein equations … - Neutron stars in general second order scalar-tensor theory: The case of nonminimal derivative coupling

Author(s): Adolfo Cisterna, Térence Delsate, and Massimiliano RinaldiWe consider the sector of Horndeski’s gravity characterized by the coupling between the kinetic scalar field term and the Einstein … - Stationary cylindrically symmetric spacetimes with a massless scalar field and a nonpositive cosmological constant

Author(s): Cristián Erices and Cristián MartínezThe general stationary cylindrically symmetric solution of Einstein-massless scalar field system with a nonpositive cosmological constant is presented. … - Strong gravitational lensing by an electrically charged black hole in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld gravity

Author(s): Hajime Sotani and Umpei MiyamotoWe systematically examine the properties of null geodesics around an electrically charged, asymptotically flat black hole in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld g … - Perturbative conformal symmetry and dilaton

Author(s): Frederic Gretsch and Alexander MoninSpontaneous symmetry breaking with necessity leads to the presence of Goldstone field(s). In the case of scale or conformal symmetries the corresponding … - Quantum corrections to the stress-energy tensor in thermodynamic equilibrium with acceleration

Author(s): F. Becattini and E. GrossiWe show that the stress-energy tensor has additional terms with respect to the ideal form in states of global thermodynamic equilibrium in flat spacetime with nonv … - Phases of SU(3) gauge theories with fundamental quarks via Dirac spectral density

Author(s): Andrei Alexandru and Ivan HorváthWe propose that, in SU(3) gauge theories with fundamental quarks, confinement can be inferred from spectral density of the Dirac operator. This stems from t … - Exact nilpotent nonperturbative BRST symmetry for the Gribov-Zwanziger action in the linear covariant gauge

Author(s): M. A. L. Capri, D. Fiorentini, M. S. Guimaraes, B. W. Mintz, L. F. Palhares, S. P. Sorella, D. Dudal, I. F. Justo, A. D. Pereira, and R. F. SobreiroWe point out the existence of a nonpertur … - Holographic antiferromagnetic quantum criticality and AdS_{2} scaling limit

Author(s): Rong-Gen Cai, Run-Qiu Yang, and F. V. KusmartsevA holographic description on the antiferromagnetic quantum phase transition (QPT) induced by the magnetic field and the criticality in the vi … - Extremal chiral ring states in the AdS/CFT correspondence are described by free fermions for a generalized oscillator algebra

Author(s): David BerensteinThis paper studies a special class of states for the dual conformal field theories associated with supersymmetric AdS_{5}×X compactifications, where X is a Sasaki-Einstein m … - Matrix model and holographic baryons in the D0-D4 background

Author(s): Si-wen Li and Tuo JiaWe study the spectrum and short-distance two-body force of holographic baryons by the matrix model, which is derived from the Sakai-Sugimoto model in the D0-D4 backgrou … - High-precision calculation of the strange nucleon electromagnetic form factors

Author(s): Jeremy Green, Stefan Meinel, Michael Engelhardt, Stefan Krieg, Jesse Laeuchli, John Negele, Kostas Orginos, Andrew Pochinsky, and Sergey SyritsynWe report a direct lattice QCD calculation o … - Magnetic moments of J^{P} =3/2^{+} decuplet baryons using effective quark masses in a chiral constituent quark model

Author(s): Aarti Girdhar, Harleen Dahiya, and Monika RandhawaThe magnetic moments of J^{P}=3/2^{+} decuplet baryons have been calculated in the chiral constituent quark model (χCQM) with explicit resu … - Angular analyses of exclusive B [over ¯] →Xℓ_{1} ℓ_{2} with complex helicity amplitudes

Author(s): Biplab DeyWe present the differential rates for exclusive B[over ¯]→Xℓ_{1}ℓ_{2}, where ℓ_{1} is a charged massless lepton and ℓ_{2} is a charged or neutral massless lepton and X is a mesoni … - Angular distributions in tt [over ¯] H(H→bb [over ¯] ) reconstructed events at the LHC

Author(s): S. P. Amor dos Santos, J. P. Araque, R. Cantrill, N. F. Castro, M. C. N. Fiolhais, R. Frederix, R. Gonçalo, R. Martins, R. Santos, J. Silva, A. Onofre, H. Peixoto, and A. ReigotoThe associa … - Photoproduction of hidden charm pentaquark states P_{c}^{+} (4380) and P_{c}^{+} (4450)

Author(s): Qian Wang, Xiao-Hai Liu, and Qiang ZhaoWe propose to study the pentaquark candidates of P_{c}^{+}(4380) and P_{c}^{+}(4450) in J/ψ photoproduction and look for further experimental evidence … - Renormalization of gauge theories on general anisotropic lattices and high-energy scattering in QCD

Author(s): Matteo GiordanoWe study the renormalization of SU(N_{c}) gauge theories on general anisotropic lattices, to one-loop order in perturbation theory, employing the background field method. The … - Color structure of Yang-Mills theory with static sources in a periodic box

Author(s): L. Giusti, A. L. Guerrieri, S. Petrarca, A. Rubeo, and M. TestaWe present an exploratory numerical study on the lattice of the color structure of the wave functionals of the SU(3) Yang–Mill … - ΔS=2 and ΔC=2 bag parameters in the standard model and beyond from N_{f} =2+1+1 twisted-mass lattice QCD

Author(s): N. Carrasco, P. Dimopoulos, R. Frezzotti, V. Lubicz, G. C. Rossi, S. Simula, and C. Tarantino (ETM Collaboration)We present unquenched lattice QCD results for the matrix elements of four-fe … - Charm and strange quark masses and f_{D_{s} } from overlap fermions

Author(s): Yi-Bo Yang, Ying Chen, Andrei Alexandru, Shao-Jing Dong, Terrence Draper, Ming Gong, Frank X. Lee, Anyi Li, Keh-Fei Liu, Zhaofeng Liu, and Michael LujanWe use overlap fermions as valence qu … - Erratum: Bottomonium hyperfine splittings from lattice nonrelativistic QCD including radiative and relativistic corrections [Phys. Rev. D 89, 031502(R) (2014)]

Author(s): R. J. Dowdall, C. T. H. Davies, T. Hammant, R. R. Horgan, and C. Hughes[Phys. Rev. D 92, 039904] Published Wed Aug 26, 2015 - Gravitational wave asteroseismology of neutron and strange stars in R^{2} gravity

Author(s): Kalin V. Staykov, Daniela D. Doneva, Stoytcho S. Yazadjiev, and Kostas D. KokkotasWe study the oscillations of neutron and strange stars in R^{2} gravity. More precisely, the nonradial f mo … - Gluon effects on the equation of state of color superconducting strange stars

Author(s): E. J. Ferrer, V. de la Incera, and L. PaulucciCompact astrophysical objects are a window for the study of strongly interacting nuclear matter given the conditions in their interiors, which … - Asymptotically safe dark matter

Author(s): Francesco Sannino and Ian M. ShoemakerWe introduce a new paradigm for dark matter (DM) interactions in which the interaction strength is asymptotically safe. In models of this type, the cou … - K-mouflage effects on clusters of galaxies

Author(s): Philippe Brax, Luca Alberto Rizzo, and Patrick ValageasWe investigate the effects of a K-mouflage modification of gravity on the dynamics of clusters of galaxies. We extend the description … - Primordial quantum nonequilibrium and large-scale cosmic anomalies

Author(s): Samuel Colin and Antony ValentiniWe study incomplete relaxation to quantum equilibrium at long wavelengths, during a preinflationary phase, as a possible explanation for the reported large- … - Stability bounds on compact astrophysical objects from information-entropic measure

Author(s): Marcelo Gleiser and Nan JiangWe obtain bounds on the stability of various self-gravitating astrophysical objects using a new measure of shape complexity known as configurational entropy. We … - Geodesic completeness in a wormhole spacetime with horizons

Author(s): Gonzalo J. Olmo, D. Rubiera-Garcia, and A. Sanchez-PuenteThe geometry of a spacetime containing a wormhole generated by a spherically symmetric electric field is investigated in detail. The …