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Author(s): Aindriú Conroy, Alexey S. Koshelev, and Anupam MazumdarThere are two disjointed problems in cosmology within general relativity (GR), which can be addressed simultaneously by studying the n … - Structure formation in a Λ viscous CDM universe

Author(s): Hermano Velten, Thiago R. P. Caramês, Júlio C. Fabris, Luciano Casarini, and Ronaldo C. BatistaThe possibility of dark matter being a dissipative component represents an option for the stan … - Finsler-type modification of the Coulomb law

Author(s): Yakov Itin, Claus Lämmerzahl, and Volker PerlickFinsler geometry is a natural generalization of pseudo-Riemannian geometry. It can be motivated e.g. by a modified version of the Ehlers-Pira … - Relativistic superfluidity and vorticity from the nonlinear Klein-Gordon equation

Author(s): Chi Xiong, Michael R. R. Good, Yulong Guo, Xiaopei Liu, and Kerson HuangWe investigate superfluidity, and the mechanism for creation of quantized vortices, in the relativistic regime. The g … - Anomalous magnetic moment of the muon in a dispersive approach

Author(s): Vladyslav Pauk and Marc VanderhaeghenWe present a new general dispersive formalism for evaluating the hadronic light-by-light scattering contribution to the anomalous magnetic moment of the … - X(3872) production in high energy heavy ion collisions

Author(s): A. Martínez Torres, K. P. Khemchandani, F. S. Navarra, M. Nielsen, and Luciano M. AbreuWe have determined the production cross sections of the X(3872) state in the reactions D̅ D→πX, D̅ *D→ … - Calculation of two-loop QCD corrections for hadronic single top-quark production in the t channel

Author(s): M. Assadsolimani, P. Kant, B. Tausk, and P. UwerIn this article we discuss the calculation of single top-quark production in the t channel at two-loop order in QCD. In particular we present … - Curvature of the chiral pseudocritical line in QCD

Author(s): Claudio Bonati, Massimo D’Elia, Marco Mariti, Michele Mesiti, Francesco Negro, and Francesco SanfilippoWe determine the curvature of the pseudocritical line of strong interactions by means … - Scale-dependent homogeneity measures for causal dynamical triangulations

Author(s): Joshua H. CoopermanI propose two scale-dependent measures of the homogeneity of the quantum geometry determined by an ensemble of causal triangulations. The first measure is volumetric, pro … - Quantum gravity corrections to the conformally coupled scalar self-mass-squared on de Sitter background

Author(s): Sibel Boran, E. O. Kahya, and Sohyun ParkWe evaluate one-loop quantum gravity corrections to the conformally coupled (CC) scalar self-mass-squared on a locally de Sitter background. In this … - Hairy black holes: Stability under odd-parity perturbations and existence of slowly rotating solutions

Author(s): Andrés Anabalón, Jiří Bičák, and Joel SaavedraWe show that, independently of the scalar field potential and of specific asymptotic properties of the spacetime (asymptotically flat, de Sitte … - Matrix model cosmology in two space-time dimensions

Author(s): A. SternWe examine solutions to the classical Ishibashi-Kawai-Kitazawa-Tsuchiya matrix model equations in three space-time dimensions. Closed, open and static two-dimensional universes natu … - Quantum origin of suppression for vacuum fluctuations of energy

Author(s): Ja. V. Balitsky and V. V. KiselevBy using a model with a spatially global scalar field, we show that the energy density of zero-point modes is exponentially suppressed by an average number … - Classical and quantum behavior of the harmonic and the quartic oscillators

Author(s): David BrizuelaIn a previous paper a formalism to analyze the dynamical evolution of classical and quantum probability distributions in terms of their moments was presented. Here the applica … - Connection of g-2_{μ}, electroweak, dark matter, and collider constraints on 331 models

Author(s): Chris Kelso, H. N. Long, R. Martinez, and Farinaldo S. QueirozIn this paper we compute all contributions to the muon magnetic moment stemming from several 3-3-1 models, namely, minimal 331, … - Electroweak production of top-quark pairs in e^{+}e^{-} annihilation at NNLO in QCD: The vector current contributions

Author(s): Jun Gao and Hua Xing ZhuWe report on a calculation of the vector current contributions to the electroweak production of top quark pairs in e+e- annihilation at next-to-next-to-leading order … - Simulating QCD at nonzero baryon density to all orders in the hopping parameter expansion

Author(s): Gert Aarts, Erhard Seiler, Dénes Sexty, and Ion-Olimpiu StamatescuProgress in simulating QCD at nonzero baryon density requires, among other things, substantial numerical effort. Here we pr … - Dirac spectrum of one-flavor QCD at θ=0 and continuity of the chiral condensate

Author(s): J. J. M. Verbaarschot and T. WettigWe derive exact analytical expressions for the spectral density of the Dirac operator at fixed θ-angle in the microscopic domain of one-flavor QCD. These … - Modified ππ amplitude with σ pole

Author(s): P. Bydžovský, R. Kamiński, and V. NazariA set of well-known once subtracted dispersion relations with imposed crossing symmetry condition is used to modify unitary multichannel S (ππ, KK̅ , … - Minimal supersymmetric Higgs boson self-couplings: Two-loop O(α_{t}α_{s}) corrections

Author(s): Mathias Brucherseifer, Ryan Gavin, and Michael SpiraWe analyze the minimal supersymmetric Higgs self-couplings at O(αtαs) within the effective potential approach. The two-loop corrections t … - Test for the zero mean hypothesis in cosmology

Author(s): Kiyotomo IchikiOne working hypothesis on which analyses of cosmological data are based is the zero ensemble mean hypothesis, which is related to the statistical homogeneity of cosmological … - Joint likelihood function of cluster counts and n-point correlation functions: Improving their power through including halo sample variance

Author(s): Emmanuel Schaan, Masahiro Takada, and David N. SpergelNaive estimates of the statistics of large-scale structure and weak lensing power spectrum measurements that include only Gaussian erro … - Dynamical fractional chaotic inflation

Author(s): Keisuke Harigaya, Masahiro Ibe, Kai Schmitz, and Tsutomu T. YanagidaChaotic inflation based on a simple monomial scalar potential, V(ϕ)∝ϕp, is an attractive large-field model of inflation c … - Compactifying de Sitter space naturally selects a small cosmological constant

Author(s): Adam R. Brown, Alex Dahlen, and Ali MasoumiWe study compactifications of D-dimensional de Sitter space with a q-form flux down to D-Nq dimensions. We show that for (N-1)(q-1)≥2 there are do … - Efficient generation and optimization of stochastic template banks by a neighboring cell algorithm

Author(s): Henning Fehrmann and Holger J. PletschPlacing signal templates (grid points) as efficiently as possible to cover a multidimensional parameter space is crucial in computing-intensive matched … - Role of the extra coupling in the kinetic term in Hořava-Lifshitz gravity

Author(s): R. Loll and L. PiresWe analyze different claims on the role of the coupling constant λ in so-called λ-R models, a minimal generalization of general relativity inspired by Hořava-Lifshitz gr … - Black holes and gravitational waves in three-dimensional f(R) gravity

Author(s): Hongsheng Zhang, Dao-Jun Liu, and Xin-Zhou LiIn the three-dimensional pure Einstein gravity, the geometries of the vacuum space-times are always trivial, and gravitational waves (gravitons) … - UV structure of quantum unimodular gravity

Author(s): Ippocratis D. SaltasIt is a well-known result that any formulation of unimodular gravity is classically equivalent to general relativity (GR); however, a debate exists in the literature abo … - Effect of a cosmic string on spin dynamics

Author(s): Debashree Chowdhury and B. BasuIn the present paper, we have investigated the role of the cosmic string on spin current and Hall electric field. Due to the background cosmic string, the mod … - Renormalization group analysis of the competition between distinct order parameters

Author(s): Jing Wang and Guo-Zhu LiuWe perform a detailed renormalization group analysis to study a (2+1)-dimensional quantum field theory that is composed of two interacting scalar bosons, which repr … - Spontaneous CP violating quark scattering from asymmetric Z(3) interfaces in the quark-gluon plasma

Author(s): Abhishek Atreya, Partha Bagchi, Arpan Das, and Ajit M. SrivastavaIn this paper, we extend our earlier study of the spontaneous CP violating scattering of quarks and antiquarks from QCD Z(3) … - Heavy operators in superconformal Chern-Simons theory

Author(s): Robert de Mello Koch, Rocky Kreyfelt, and Stephanie SmithWe study the anomalous dimensions for scalar operators in Aharony-Bergman-Jafferis-Maldacena theory in the SU(2) sector. The operato … - Note on the dark matter explanation of the ARCADE excess and AMS data

Author(s): Malcolm Fairbairn and Philipp GrothausIn this paper, we show that positron data from AMS seem to rule out the explanation of the ARCADE isotropic radio background excess in terms of self-an … - Fast radio bursts and white hole signals

Author(s): Aurélien Barrau, Carlo Rovelli, and Francesca VidottoQuantum gravity effects could make a black hole explode in a time shorter than the Hawking radiation time, via local tunneling through a … - Evidence of ϒ(1S)→J/ψ+χ_{c1} and search for double-charmonium production in ϒ(1S) and ϒ(2S) decays

Author(s): S. D. Yang et al. (Belle Collaboration)Using data samples of 102×106 ϒ(1S) and 158×106 ϒ(2S) events collected with the Belle detector, a first experimental search has been made for double-c … - Observation of a new charged charmoniumlike state in B[over ¯]^{0}→J/ψK^{-}π^{+} decays

Author(s): K. Chilikin et al. (Belle Collaboration)We present the results of an amplitude analysis of B̅ 0→J/ψK-π+ decays. A new charged charmoniumlike state Zc(4200)+ decaying to J/ψπ+ is observed wi … - Study of electroweak vacuum metastability with a singlet scalar dark matter

Author(s): Najimuddin Khan and Subhendu RakshitWe study several aspects of electroweak vacuum metastability when an extra gauge singlet scalar, a viable candidate for a dark matter particle, is added … - Unveiling secret interactions among sterile neutrinos with big-bang nucleosynthesis

Author(s): Ninetta Saviano, Ofelia Pisanti, Gianpiero Mangano, and Alessandro MirizziShort-baseline neutrino anomalies suggest the existence of low-mass [m∼O(1) eV] sterile neutrinos νs. These would … - Relativistic corrections to Higgs boson decays to quarkonia

Author(s): Geoffrey T. Bodwin, Hee Sok Chung, June-Haak Ee, Jungil Lee, and Frank PetrielloWe improve the theoretical predictions for the decays of the Higgs boson to an S-wave vector quarkonium plus … - Δr and the W-boson mass in the singlet extension of the standard model

Author(s): D. López-Val and T. RobensThe link between the electroweak gauge boson masses and the Fermi constant via the muon lifetime measurement is instrumental for constraining and eventually pinnin … - Hadroproduction of φ-mesons in the quark-gluon string model

Author(s): G. H. Arakelyan, C. Merino, and Yu. M. ShabelskiWe consider the experimental data on φ-meson production in hadron-nucleon collisions for a wide energy region. The quark-gluon string model q … - Large-N_{c} naturalness in coupled-channel meson-meson scattering

Author(s): T. Ledwig, J. Nieves, A. Pich, E. Ruiz Arriola, and J. Ruiz de ElviraThe analysis of hadronic interactions with effective field theory techniques is complicated by the appearance of a large … - Nucleon form factors and final state radiative corrections to e^{+}e^{-}→p[over ¯]pγ

Author(s): Henryk Czyż, Johann H. Kühn, and Szymon TraczNew parametrizations for the electric and the magnetic form factors of a proton and neutron are presented. The proton form factors describe well … - Lattice QCD at the physical point meets SU(2) chiral perturbation theory

Author(s): Stephan Dürr, Zoltán Fodor, Christian Hoelbling, Stefan Krieg, Thorsten Kurth, Laurent Lellouch, Thomas Lippert, Rehan Malak, Thibaut Métivet, Antonin Portelli, Alfonso Sastre, and Kálmán S … - Dark matter direct detection constraints from gauge bosons loops

Author(s): Andreas Crivellin and Ulrich HaischWhile many interactions of dark matter (DM) with the standard model (SM) affect direct detection and LHC searches, there are only a few operators generati … - Muon g-2, 125 GeV Higgs boson, and neutralino dark matter in a flavor symmetry-based MSSM

Author(s): K. S. Babu, Ilia Gogoladze, Qaisar Shafi, and Cem Salih ÜnWe discuss the sparticle (and Higgs) spectrum in a class of flavor symmetry-based minimal supersymmetric standard models, referred … - Can dark matter-electron scattering explain the DAMA annual modulation signal?

Author(s): R. FootThe annually modulating ∼keV scintillations observed in the DAMA/NaI and DAMA/Libra experiments might be due to dark matter-electron scattering. Such an explanation is now favored gi … - Metriclike formulation of the spin-3 gravity in three dimensions

Author(s): Zhi-Qiang GuoWe provide a metriclike formulation of the spin-3 gravity in three dimensions. It is shown that the Chern–Simons formulation of the spin-3 gravity can be reformulated as an Ein … - Cosmic PeV neutrinos and the sources of ultrahigh energy protons

Author(s): Matthew D. Kistler, Todor Stanev, and Hasan YükselThe IceCube experiment recently detected the first flux of high-energy neutrinos in excess of atmospheric backgrounds. We examine whether t … - Exploring the full parameter space for an interacting dark energy model with recent observations including redshift-space distortions: Application of the parametrized post-Friedmann approach

Author(s): Yun-He Li, Jing-Fei Zhang, and Xin ZhangDark energy can modify the dynamics of dark matter if there exists a direct interaction between them. Thus, a measurement of the structure growth, e. … - Cosmological singularities in Born-Infeld determinantal gravity

Author(s): Mariam Bouhmadi-López, Che-Yu Chen, and Pisin ChenThe Born-Infeld determinantal gravity has been recently proposed as a way to smooth the big bang singularity. This theory is formulated on … - Extension of warm inflation to noncanonical scalar fields

Author(s): Xiao-Min Zhang and Jian-Yang ZhuWe extend the warm inflationary scenario to the case of the noncanonical scalar fields. The equation of motion and the other basic equations of this new scen … - Power spectrum of post-inflationary primordial magnetic fields

Author(s): Héctor J. Hortúa and Leonardo CastañedaThe origin of large scale magnetic fields is one of the most puzzling topics in cosmology and astrophysics. It is assumed that the observed magnetic f … - Small-scale nonlinear dynamics of K-mouflage theories

Author(s): Philippe Brax and Patrick ValageasWe investigate the small-scale static configurations of K-mouflage models defined by a general function K(χ) of the kinetic terms. The fifth force is scree … - Understanding higher-order nonlocal halo bias at large scales by combining the power spectrum with the bispectrum

Author(s): Shun Saito, Tobias Baldauf, Zvonimir Vlah, Uroš Seljak, Teppei Okumura, and Patrick McDonaldThe authors study the relation between underlying matter distribution and galaxies (the galaxy bi … - Likelihood smoothing using gravitational wave surrogate models

Author(s): Robert H. Cole and Jonathan R. GairLikelihood surfaces in the parameter space of gravitational wave signals can contain many secondary maxima, which can prevent search algorithms from findi … - Torsional oscillations of neutron stars in scalar-tensor theory of gravity

Author(s): Hector O. Silva, Hajime Sotani, Emanuele Berti, and Michael HorbatschWe study torsional oscillations of neutron stars in the scalar-tensor theory of gravity using the relativistic Cowling a … - Regular black holes with a nonlinear electrodynamics source

Author(s): Leonardo Balart and Elias C. VagenasWe construct several charged regular black hole metrics employing mass distribution functions which are inspired by continuous probability distributions. … - Quasinormal modes for subtracted rotating and magnetized geometries

Author(s): M. Cvetič, G. W. Gibbons, and Z. H SaleemWe obtain explicit separable solutions of the wave equation of massless minimally coupled scalar fields in the subtracted geometry of four-dimension … - Identification of gravitational-wave bursts in high noise using Padé filtering

Author(s): L. Perotti, T. Regimbau, D. Vrinceanu, and D. BessisWe consider the case of highly noisy data coming from two different antennas, with each data set containing a damped signal with the same … - Simulating the symmetron: Domain walls and symmetry-restoring impurities

Author(s): Jonathan A. PearsonIn this paper we study the dynamics of relativistic domain walls in the presence of static symmetry-restoring impurities. The field theory is precisely the same as what i … - Entropic destruction of heavy quarkonium in non-Abelian plasma from holography

Author(s): Koji Hashimoto and Dmitri E. KharzeevLattice QCD indicates a large amount of entropy associated with the heavy quark-antiquark pair immersed in the quark-gluon plasma. This entropy grows as … - Flux compactifications grow lumps

Author(s): Alex Dahlen and Claire ZukowskiThe simplest flux compactifications are highly symmetric—a q-form flux is wrapped uniformly around an extra-dimensional q-sphere. In this paper, we investigat … - Type 0 open string amplitudes and the tensionless limit

Author(s): Francisco RojasThe sum over planar multiloop diagrams in the NS+ sector of type 0 open strings in flat spacetime has been proposed by Thorn as a candidate to resolve nonperturbative issues … - Erratum: Do we have unitary and (super)renormalizable quantum gravity below the Planck scale? [Phys. Rev. D 89, 084054 (2014)]

Author(s): Filipe de O. Salles and Ilya L. ShapiroWe correct the formulation of physical interpretation regarding the stability of metric perturbations in higher-derivative theories of gravity.[Phys. ... - SU(2) lattice gauge theory: Local dynamics on nonintersecting electric flux loops

Author(s): Ramesh Anishetty and Indrakshi RaychowdhuryWe use Schwinger bosons as prepotentials for lattice gauge theory to define local linking operators and calculate their action on linking states f ... - Relativistic, model-independent, three-particle quantization condition

Author(s): Maxwell T. Hansen and Stephen R. SharpeWe present a generalization of Lüscher’s relation between the finite-volume spectrum and scattering amplitudes to the case of three particles. We cons ... - Cusps and pseudocusps in strings with Y-junctions

Author(s): Thomas Elghozi, William Nelson, and Mairi SakellariadouWe study the occurrence of cuspy events on a light string stretched between two Y-junctions with fixed heavy strings. We first present … - Strong-field tidal distortions of rotating black holes: Formalism and results for circular, equatorial orbits

Author(s): Stephen O’Sullivan and Scott A. HughesTidal coupling between members of a compact binary system can have an interesting and important influence on that binary’s dynamical inspiral. Tidal co … - Domain walls coupled to matter: The symmetron example

Author(s): Claudio Llinares and Levon PogosianWe study properties of domain walls in the symmetron model, in which the scalar gravitational degree of freedom decouples from matter in regions of high d … - Ghosts and matter couplings in massive gravity, bigravity and multigravity

Author(s): Claudia de Rham, Lavinia Heisenberg, and Raquel H. RibeiroRecently, several works have investigated the coupling to matter in ghost-free massive bigravity and multigravity and a new effecti … - Equation of state of two-dimensional Yang-Mills theory

Author(s): Nikhil Karthik and Rajamani NarayananWe study the pressure, P, of SU(N) gauge theory on a two-dimensional torus as a function of area, A=l/t. We find a crossover scale that separates the sy … - Degeneracy between CCDM and ΛCDM cosmologies

Author(s): Marcelo Vargas dos Santos, Ioav Waga, and Rudnei O. RamosThe creation of cold dark matter cosmology model is studied beyond the linear perturbation level. The skewness is explicitly compute … - Erratum: Soft wall model in the hadronic medium [Phys. Rev. D 84, 046007 (2011)]

Author(s): Chanyong Park, Do-Young Gwak, Bum-Hoon Lee, Yumi Ko, and Sunyoung Shin[Phys. Rev. D 90, 129902] Published Mon Dec 15, 2014 - Study of the process e^{+}e^{-}→nn[over ¯] at the VEPP-2000 e^{+}e^{-} collider with the SND detector

Author(s): M. N. Achasov et al.The process e+e-→nn̅ has been studied at the VEPP-2000 e+e- collider with the SND detector in the energy range from threshold up to 2 GeV. As a result of the experiment, … - Angular analysis of polarized top quark decay into B mesons in two different helicity systems

Author(s): S. Mohammad Moosavi Nejad and Mahboobe BalaliWe calculate the O(αs) radiative corrections to the spin-dependent differential decay rates of the process t→b+W+. These are needed to study the … - Lattice simulations with eight flavors of domain wall fermions in SU(3) gauge theory

Author(s): T. Appelquist, R. C. Brower, G. T. Fleming, J. Kiskis, M. F. Lin, E. T. Neil, J. C. Osborn, C. Rebbi, E. Rinaldi, D. Schaich, C. Schroeder, S. Syritsyn, G. Voronov, P. Vranas, E. Weinberg, … - Erratum: Measurement of the inclusive semileptonic branching fraction B(B_{s}^{0}→X^{−}ℓ^{+}ν_{ℓ}) at Belle [Phys. Rev. D 87, 072008 (2013)]

Author(s): C. Oswald et al. (Belle Collaboration)[Phys. Rev. D 90, 119901] Published Fri Dec 12, 2014 - Glashow resonance as a window into cosmic neutrino sources

Author(s): V. Barger, Lingjun Fu, J. G. Learned, D. Marfatia, S. Pakvasa, and T. J. WeilerThe Glashow resonance at Eν=6.3 PeV is a measure of the ν̅ e content of the astrophysical neutrino flux. The … - Regularized cosmological power spectrum and correlation function in modified gravity models

Author(s): Atsushi Taruya, Takahiro Nishimichi, Francis Bernardeau, Takashi Hiramatsu, and Kazuya KoyamaBased on the multipoint propagator expansion, we present resummed perturbative calculations for … - Entropic cosmology in a dissipative universe

Author(s): Nobuyoshi Komatsu and Shigeo KimuraThe bulk viscosity of cosmological fluid and the creation of cold dark matter both result in the generation of irreversible entropy (related to dissipativ … - Dynamics and cosmological constraints on Brans-Dicke cosmology

Author(s): Orest Hrycyna, Marek Szydłowski, and Michał KamionkaWe investigate observational constraints on the Brans-Dicke cosmological model using observational data coming from distant supernovae ty … - Discussion on possible effects of the Barbero-Immirzi parameter at the TeV-scale particle physics

Author(s): N. Panza, H. Rodrigues, D. Cocuroci, and J. A. Helayël-NetoIn this paper, we analyze a curvature- and torsion-square quantum gravity action with an additional Holst term minimally coupled t … - Interference effect in nonlinear Compton scattering

Author(s): Tobias N. WistisenIn this paper we make a theoretical investigation of a new type of high-energy nonlinear Compton scattering phenomenon. In particular we show how, under certain conditions … - Multiparticle processes and tamed ultraviolet divergences

Author(s): Victor T. Kim and Grigorii B. PivovarovA new approach to computing the amplitudes of multiparticle processes in renormalizable quantum field theories is presented. Its major feature is a se … - Measurement of the direct CP-violating parameter A_{CP} in the decay D^{+}→K^{-}π^{+}π^{+}

Author(s): V. M. Abazov et al. (D0 Collaboration)We measure the direct CP-violating parameter ACP for the decay of the charged charm meson, D+→K-π+π+ (and charge conjugate), using the full 10.4 fb-1 … - Measurements of CP violation in the three-body phase space of charmless B^{±} decays

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The charmless three-body decay modes B±→K±π+π-, B±→K±K+K-, B±→π±K+K- and B±→π±π+π- are reconstructed using data, corresponding to an integrated luminosity … - Comprehensive measurements of t-channel single top-quark production cross sections at sqrt[s]=7 TeV with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)This article presents measurements of the t-channel single top-quark (t) and top-antiquark (t̅ ) total production cross sections σ(tq) and σ(t̅ q), their … - Charmed scalar meson production in B decays

Author(s): Yue-Long Shen, Zhong-Juan Yang, and Xin YuCharmed scalar meson spectroscopy has become a hot topic on both experimental and theoretical sides. The B(s) decays provide an ideal place to stud … - Isgur-Wise functions and unitary representations of the Lorentz group: The meson case with j=1/2 light cloud

Author(s): A. Le Yaouanc, L. Oliver, and J.-C. RaynalWe pursue the group-theoretical method to study Isgur-Wise (IW) functions. We extend the general formalism, formerly applied to the baryon case jP= … - Origin of probabilities and their application to the multiverse

Author(s): Andreas Albrecht and Daniel PhillipsWe argue using simple models that all successful practical uses of probabilities originate in quantum fluctuations in the microscopic physical world arou … - Boson stars with nontrivial topology

Author(s): Vladimir Dzhunushaliev, Vladimir Folomeev, Christian Hoffmann, Burkhard Kleihaus, and Jutta KunzWe construct boson star solutions in the presence of a phantom field, allowing for a nontrivi … - Holographic p-wave superfluid

Author(s): Ya-Bo Wu, Jun-Wang Lu, Wen-Xin Zhang, Cheng-Yuan Zhang, Jian-Bo Lu, and Fang YuIn the probe limit, we numerically construct a holographic p-wave superfluid model in the four-dimensional (4D … - Complexity and shock wave geometries

Author(s): Douglas Stanford and Leonard SusskindIn this paper we refine a conjecture relating the time-dependent size of an Einstein-Rosen bridge (ERB) to the computational complexity of the dual quan … - Search for nonpointing and delayed photons in the diphoton and missing transverse momentum final state in 8 TeV pp collisions at the LHC using the ATLAS detector

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)A search has been performed, using the full 20.3 fb-1 data sample of 8 TeV proton-proton collisions collected in 2012 with the ATLAS detector at the LHC, … - Studying the Wtb vertex structure using recent LHC results

Author(s): César Bernardo, Nuno F. Castro, Miguel C. N. Fiolhais, Hugo Gonçalves, André G. C. Guerra, Miguel Oliveira, and António OnofreThe Wtb vertex structure and the search for new anomalous coupl … - Magnetization of fluid phonons and large-scale curvature perturbations

Author(s): Massimo GiovanniniThe quasinormal mode of a gravitating and magnetized fluid in a spatially flat, isotropic and homogeneous cosmological background is derived in the presence of the fluid s … - Nonlinear dynamical stability of infrared modifications of gravity

Author(s): Richard Brito, Alexandra Terrana, Matthew C. Johnson, and Vitor CardosoScalar forces “screened” by the Vainshtein mechanism may hold the key to understanding the cosmological expansion of o … - Quantization and stability of bumblebee electrodynamics

Author(s): C. A. HernaskiThe quantization of a vector model presenting spontaneous breaking of Lorentz symmetry in flat Minkowski spacetime is discussed. The Stueckelberg trick of introducing an auxil …