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Author(s): N.-E. Bomark and L. RoszkowskiExtremely weakly interacting particles like the gravitino may be stable enough on cosmological time scales to constitute a good dark matter candidate even in t … - High precision determination of the Q2 evolution of the Bjorken sum

Author(s): A. Deur, Y. Prok, V. Burkert, D. Crabb, F.-X. Girod, K. A. Griffioen, N. Guler, S. E. Kuhn, and N. KvaltineWe present a significantly improved determination of the Bjorken sum for 0.6≤Q2≤4. … - Neglected heavy leptons at the LHC

Author(s): B. Holdom and M. RatzlaffNew heavy leptons with standard model gauge couplings have well-determined cross sections for pair production. A standard pattern of mass mixing implies that the mo … - Can the observed CP asymmetry in τ→Kπντ be due to nonstandard tensor interactions?

Author(s): H. Zeen Devi, L. Dhargyal, and Nita SinhaAn intriguing opposite sign of the CP-violating asymmetry from that expected within the Standard Model was recently measured in the tau decay modes … - Nonperturbative contributions to a resummed leptonic angular distribution in inclusive neutral vector boson production

Author(s): Marco Guzzi, Pavel M. Nadolsky, and Bowen WangWe present an analysis of nonperturbative contributions to the transverse momentum distribution of Z/γ* bosons produced at hadron colliders. Th … - Reappraisal of the wrong-sign hbb¯ coupling and the study of h→Zγ

Author(s): Duarte Fontes, J. C. Romão, and João P. SilvaIt has been pointed out recently that current experiments still allow for a two Higgs doublet model where the hbb¯ coupling (kDmb/v) is negative … - Higgs boson decay into two photons in an electromagnetic background field

Author(s): N. K. NielsenThe amplitude for Higgs boson decay into two photons in a homogeneous and time-independent magnetic field is investigated by proper-time regularization in a gauge-invariant man … - Publisher’s Note: Stabilizing electroweak vacuum in a vectorlike fermion model [Phys. Rev. D 90, 014007 (2014)]

Author(s): Ming-Lei Xiao and Jiang-Hao Yu[Phys. Rev. D 90, 019901] Published Fri Jul 18, 2014 - Astrophysical and dark matter interpretations of extended gamma-ray emission from the Galactic Center

Author(s): Kevork N. Abazajian, Nicolas Canac, Shunsaku Horiuchi, and Manoj KaplinghatWe construct empirical models of the diffuse gamma-ray background toward the Galactic Center. Including all known … - Stability analysis of a class of anisotropic spacetimes

Author(s): Bhavesh Khamesra and V. SuneetaWe consider spherically symmetric spacetimes sourced by a fluid with pressure anisotropy in the radial direction. We use gauge-invariant perturbation theory t … - Infrared-finite graviton two-point function in static de Sitter space

Author(s): Rafael P. Bernar, Luís C. B. Crispino, and Atsushi HiguchiWe study quantum gravitational perturbations in the static patch of de Sitter space. In particular, we determine the symplectic inn … - Lichnerowicz-type theorems for self-gravitating systems with nonlinear electromagnetic fields

Author(s): Li-Ming Cao, Yuxuan Peng, and Jianfei XuWe consider a self-gravitating system containing a globally timelike Killing vector and a nonlinear Born-Infeld electromagnetic field and scalar fiel … - Bertotti-Robinson and soliton string solutions of D=5 minimal supergravity

Author(s): Adel Bouchareb, Chiang-Mei Chen, Gérard Clément, and Dmitri Gal’tsovWe report on a series of new solutions to five-dimensional minimal supergravity. Our method applies to space-times with t … - Partition functions and Casimir energies in higher spin AdSd+1/CFTd

Author(s): Simone Giombi, Igor R. Klebanov, and Arkady A. TseytlinThe AdS/CFT correspondence between several N-vectorial conformal field theories in arbitrary d-dimensional spaces with nontrivial topo … - Spontaneously broken gauge theories and the coset construction

Author(s): Garrett Goon, Austin Joyce, and Mark TroddenThe methods of nonlinear realizations have proven to be powerful in studying the low-energy physics resulting from spontaneously broken internal … - β-deformation on a slanted torus and deformed pp wave

Author(s): Ariunzul Dagvadorj and Sunyoung ShinWe discuss the β-deformation of AdS5×S5 which incorporates the SL(2,R) symmetry of the type IIB theory. The axion-dilaton is identified with a two-torus … - Measurement of transverse-single-spin asymmetries for midrapidity and forward-rapidity production of hadrons in polarized p+p collisions at s=200 and 62.4 GeV

Author(s): A. Adare et al. (PHENIX Collaboration)Measurements of transverse-single-spin asymmetries (AN) in p+p collisions at s=62.4 and 200 GeV with the PHENIX detector at the Relativistic Heavy Ion … - Inclusive double-helicity asymmetries in neutral-pion and eta-meson production in p→+p→ collisions at s=200 GeV

Author(s): A. Adare et al. (PHENIX Collaboration)Results are presented from data recorded in 2009 by the PHENIX experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider for the double-longitudinal spin asymm … - Detection of back-to-back proton pairs in charged-current neutrino interactions with the ArgoNeuT detector in the NuMI low energy beam line

Author(s): R. Acciarri et al.Short range nucleon-nucleon correlations in nuclei (NN SRC) carry important information on nuclear structure and dynamics. NN SRC have been extensively probed through two- … - Semi-inclusive charged-current neutrino-nucleus reactions

Author(s): O. Moreno, T. W. Donnelly, J. W. Van Orden, and W. P. FordThe general, universal formalism for semi-inclusive charged-current (anti)neutrino-nucleus reactions is given for studies of any ha … - Chiral magnetic effect at weak coupling with relaxation dynamics

Author(s): Daisuke Satow and Ho-Ung YeeWe provide resolution of an old issue in the weak coupling computation of the chiral magnetic effect (CME) current, where free chiral fermion theory gives two di … - Twist-2 generalized transverse-momentum dependent parton distributions and the spin/orbital structure of the nucleon

Author(s): K. Kanazawa, C. Lorcé, A. Metz, B. Pasquini, and M. SchlegelGeneralized transverse-momentum dependent parton distributions (GTMDs) encode the most general parton structure of hadrons. Here … - B→ππ decays and effects of the next-to-leading order contributions

Author(s): Ya-Lan Zhang, Xue-Yan Liu, Ying-Ying Fan, Shan Cheng, and Zhen-Jun XiaoIn this paper we perform a systematic study for the three B→(π+π-,π+π0,π0π0) decays in the perturbative QCD (pQCD) fac … - Higgs partner searches and dark matter phenomenology in a classically scale invariant Higgs boson sector

Author(s): Arsham Farzinnia and Jing RenIn a previous work, a classically scale invariant extension of the standard model was proposed, as a potential candidate for resolving the hierarchy problem, by … - Particle spectroscopy of supersymmetric SU(5) in light of the 125 GeV Higgs boson and muon g-2 data

Author(s): Nobuchika Okada, Shabbar Raza, and Qaisar ShafiThe discovery of the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has a great impact on the minimal supersymmetric extension of the Standard … - Remarks on the effect of bound states and threshold in g-2

Author(s): Kirill Melnikov, Arkady Vainshtein, and Mikhail VoloshinThe appearance of positronium poles in a photon propagator in quantum electrodynamics (QED) formally requires a summation of an infin … - Synthetic streams in a gravitational wave inspiral search with a multidetector network

Author(s): K. Haris and Archana PaiA gravitational wave inspiral search with a global network of interferometers when carried in a phase coherent fashion mimics a search with two effective synthetic d … - Wavefront twisting by rotating black holes: Orbital angular momentum generation and phase coherent detection

Author(s): Huan Yang and Marc CasalsIn this paper we study wave propagation and scattering near a black hole. In particular, we assume a coherent emission source near the black hole and investigate th … - Source integrals for multipole moments in static and axially symmetric spacetimes

Author(s): Norman GürlebeckIn this article, we derive source integrals, i.e., quasilocal expressions, for multipole moments in axially symmetric and static spacetimes. Usually, these multipole moments … - Continuity of the torsionless limit as a selection rule for gravity theories with torsion

Author(s): Luca Fabbri and Philip D. MannheimWhile one can in principle augment gravity theory with torsion, it is generally thought that any such torsion effects would be too small to be of consequen … - Superadiabatic particle number in Schwinger and de Sitter particle production

Author(s): Robert Dabrowski and Gerald V. DunneWe consider the time evolution of the adiabatic particle number in both time-dependent electric fields and in de Sitter spaces, and define a superadiabat … - Electric hyperscaling violating solutions in Einstein-Maxwell-dilaton gravity with R2 corrections

Author(s): Daniel K. O’Keeffe and Amanda W. PeetIn the context of holography applied to condensed matter physics, we study Einstein-Maxwell-dilaton theory with curvature squared corrections. This theo … - Radiative neutrino mass generation linked to neutrino mixing and 0νββ-decay predictions

Author(s): Michael Gustafsson, Jose M. No, and Maximiliano A. RiveraWe discuss the connection between the origin of neutrino masses and their mixings, which arises in a class of scenarios with radiati … - Vector meson dominance and deep inelastic scattering at low and medium Q2

Author(s): Edgar V. Bugaev and Boris V. MangazeevWe argue that deep inelastic scattering (DIS) at small values of Q2 is an essentially nonperturbative process and can be described, partially at least, … - Blind spots for neutralino dark matter in the MSSM with an intermediate mA

Author(s): Peisi Huang and Carlos E. M. WagnerWe study the spin-independent neutralino dark matter scattering off heavy nuclei in the minimal supersymmetric Standard Model. We identify analytically th … - Accelerating expansion or inhomogeneity? II. Mimicking acceleration with the energy function in the Lemaître-Tolman model

Author(s): Andrzej KrasińskiThis is a continuation of the paper published in Phys. Rev. D 89, 023520 (2014). Here we investigate how the luminosity distance–redshift relation DL(z) of the ΛCDM model i … - One-loop modified gravity in a de Sitter universe, quantum-corrected inflation, and its confrontation with the Planck result

Author(s): Kazuharu Bamba, Guido Cognola, Sergei D. Odintsov, and Sergio ZerbiniMotivated by issues on inflation, a generalized modified gravity model is investigated, where the model Lagrangian is de … - Phase space quantization, noncommutativity, and the gravitational field

Author(s): Athanasios ChatzistavrakidisIn this paper we study the structure of the phase space in noncommutative geometry in the presence of a nontrivial frame. Our basic assumptions are that the unde … - Two-body gravitational spin-orbit interaction at linear order in the mass ratio

Author(s): Donato Bini and Thibault DamourWe analytically compute, to linear order in the mass ratio, the “geodetic” spin-precession frequency of a small spinning body orbiting a large (nonspinning) b … - Black hole firewalls, smoke and mirrors

Author(s): Ram Brustein and A. J. M. MedvedThe radiation emitted by a black hole (BH) during its evaporation has to have some degree of quantum coherence to accommodate a unitary time evolution. We pa … - Color-kinematics duality in one-loop four-gluon amplitudes with matter

Author(s): Josh NohleFour-point one-loop nonsupersymmetric pure Yang-Mills amplitudes with the duality between color and kinematics manifest have been constructed in previous work. Here, we extend the … - Lorentz symmetry violating low energy dispersion relations from a dimension-five photon scalar mixing operator

Author(s): Avijit K. Ganguly and Manoj K. JaiswalDimension-five photon (γ) scalar (ϕ) interaction terms usually appear in the bosonic sector of unified theories of electromagnetism and gravity. In the … - QED spectra in the path integral formalism

Author(s): Yu. A. SimonovRelativistic Hamiltonians, derived from the path integrals, are known to provide a simple and useful formalism for hadron spectroscopy in QCD. The accuracy of this approach is … - Pseudoscalar meson and vector meson interactions and dynamically generated axial-vector mesons

Author(s): Yu Zhou, Xiu-Lei Ren, Hua-Xing Chen, and Li-Sheng GengThe axial-vector mesons a1(1260), b1(1235), f1(1285), h1(1170), h1(1380), and K1(1270) are dynamically generated in the unitized chiral … - Double-parton scattering contribution to production of jet pairs with large rapidity separation at the LHC

Author(s): Rafał Maciuła and Antoni SzczurekFor the first time in the literature, we discuss the production of a four-jet final state in proton-proton collisions at the LHC through the mechanism of do … - Asymmetry in Λb and Λ¯b production

Author(s): Jonathan L. RosnerIn CMS data at the CERN Large Hadron Collider, the ratio σ(pp→Λ¯bX)/σ(pp→ΛbX) appears to fall as the baryons become more forward. Mechanisms which could give rise to this … - Quark Wigner distributions and orbital angular momentum in light-front dressed quark model

Author(s): Asmita Mukherjee, Sreeraj Nair, and Vikash Kumar OjhaWe calculate the Wigner functions for a quark target dressed with a gluon at one loop in perturbation theory. The Wigner distributions g … - New method for the spin determination of dark matter

Author(s): Neil D. Christensen and Daniel SalmonWe construct a new kinematical variable that is able to fully reconstruct the absolute value, and partially reconstruct the sign, of the angular distrib … - Thermodynamics of lattice QCD with 3 flavors of color-sextet quarks. II. Nt=6 and Nt=8

Author(s): J. B. Kogut and D. K. SinclairWe have been studying QCD with two flavors of color-sextet quarks as a candidate walking-technicolor theory using lattice-QCD simulations. The evolution of the … - Electroweak and supersymmetry breaking from the Higgs boson discovery

Author(s): Antonio Delgado, Mateo Garcia, and Mariano QuirosWe will explore the consequences on the electroweak breaking condition, the mass of supersymmetric partners and the scale at which supersymm … - Higgs production in bottom quark annihilation: Transverse momentum distribution at NNLO+NNLL

Author(s): Robert V. Harlander, Anurag Tripathi, and Marius WiesemannWe present the inclusive transverse momentum distribution for Higgs bosons produced in bottom quark annihilation at the LHC. The re … - Time variation of particle and antiparticle asymmetry in an expanding universe

Author(s): Ryuichi Hotta, Takuya Morozumi, and Hiroyuki TakataParticle-number-violating interactions wash out the primordial asymmetry of the particle number density generated by some interaction sati … - Universal bilinear form of quark and lepton mass matrices

Author(s): Yoshio Koide and Hiroyuki NishiuraIn the so-called Yukawaon model, the (effective) Yukawa coupling constants Yfeff are given by vacuum expectation values (VEVs) of scalars Yf (Yukawaons) wi … - Semiclassical partition function for the double-well potential

Author(s): D. Kroff, A. Bessa, C. A. A. de Carvalho, E. S. Fraga, and S. E. JorásWe compute the partition function and specific heat for a quantum-mechanical particle under the influence of a quartic … - AdS plane waves, entanglement, and mutual information

Author(s): Debangshu Mukherjee and K. NarayanAnti-de Sitter plane wave backgrounds are dual to conformal field theory excited states with energy momentum density T++=Q. Building on previous work on en … - Fine-structure constant constraints on Bekenstein-type models

Author(s): P. M. M. Leal, C. J. A. P. Martins, and L. B. VenturaAstrophysical tests of the stability of dimensionless fundamental couplings, such as the fine-structure constant α, are an area of much … - Nonrelativistic approach for cosmological scalar field dark matter

Author(s): L. Arturo Ureña-LópezWe derive nonrelativistic equations of motion for the formation of cosmological structure in a scalar field dark matter (SFDM) model corresponding to a complex scalar f … - Revision of the energy calibration of the Yakutsk extensive air shower array

Author(s): A. V. Glushkov, M. I. Pravdin, and A. SabourovResponses of surface and underground scintillation detectors of Yakutsk array are calculated for showers initiated by primary particles with en … - Searching for a nondiagonal mass varying mechanism in the νμ-ντ system

Author(s): D. R. Gratieri and O. L. G. PeresWe use atmospheric neutrino data and MINOS data to constrain the MaVaN (mass varying neutrinos) mechanism. The MaVaN model was largely studied in cosmology … - Effects of N(2000)5/2+, N(2060)5/2-, N(2120)3/2-, and N(2190)7/2- on K*Λ photoproduction

Author(s): Sang-Ho Kim, Atsushi Hosaka, and Hyun-Chul KimWe reinvestigate K*Λ(1116) photoproduction off the nucleon target, based on an effective Lagrangian approach. We include higher nucleon resonan … - Nc dependencies of baryon masses: Analysis with lattice QCD and effective theory

Author(s): A. Calle Cordón, T. DeGrand, and J. L. GoityBaryon masses at varying values of Nc and light quark masses are studied with lattice QCD and the results are analyzed in a low-energy effective … - Overcoming velocity suppression in dark-matter direct-detection experiments

Author(s): Keith R. Dienes, Jason Kumar, Brooks Thomas, and David YaylaliPseudoscalar couplings between Standard-Model quarks and dark matter are normally not considered relevant for dark-matter direc … - LHC constraints on a Higgs boson partner from an extended color sector

Author(s): R. Sekhar Chivukula, Elizabeth H. Simmons, Arsham Farzinnia, and Jing RenWe discuss the properties and LHC phenomenology of a potentially discoverable heavy scalar boson (s) that arises in … - Higgs couplings and naturalness

Author(s): Marco Farina, Maxim Perelstein, and Nicolas Rey-Le LorierMany extensions of the standard model postulate the existence of new weakly coupled particles, the top partners, at or below the TeV … - Improved sphaleron decoupling condition and the Higgs coupling constants in the real singlet-extended standard model

Author(s): Kaori Fuyuto and Eibun SenahaWe improve the sphaleron decoupling condition in the real singlet-extended standard model (SM). The sphaleron energy is obtained using the finite-temperature on … - Cosmology with galaxy clusters: Systematic effects in the halo mass function

Author(s): Aseem ParanjapeWe investigate potential systematic effects in constraining the amplitude of primordial fluctuations σ8 arising from the choice of halo mass function in the likelihood analys … - Effects of biases in domain wall network evolution

Author(s): J. R. C. C. C. Correia, I. S. C. R. Leite, and C. J. A. P. MartinsWe study the evolution of various types of biased domain wall networks in the early universe. We carry out larger numerical … - Supersymmetric flat directions and resonant gravitino production

Author(s): Namit Mahajan, Raghavan Rangarajan, and Anjishnu SarkarWe study resonant gravitino production in the early Universe in the presence of SUSY flat directions whose large vacuum expectation va … - Comprehensive analysis of the simplest curvaton model

Author(s): Christian T. Byrnes, Marina Cortês, and Andrew R. LiddleWe carry out a comprehensive analysis of the simplest curvaton model, which is based on two noninteracting massive fields. Our analys … - Circular geodesics of naked singularities in the Kehagias-Sfetsos metric of Hořava’s gravity

Author(s): Ronaldo S. S. Vieira, Jan Schee, Włodek Kluźniak, Zdeněk Stuchlík, and Marek AbramowiczWe discuss photon and test-particle orbits in the Kehagias-Sfetsos (KS) metric of Hořava’s gravity. Fo … - Analog model for light propagation in semiclassical gravity

Author(s): C. H. G. Bessa, V. A. De Lorenci, and L. H. FordWe treat a model based upon nonlinear optics for the semiclassical gravitational effects of quantum fields upon light propagation. Our model … - General Wahlquist metrics in all dimensions

Author(s): Kazuki Hinoue, Tsuyoshi Houri, Christina Rugina, and Yukinori YasuiIt is shown that the Wahlquist metric, which is a stationary, axially symmetric perfect fluid solution with ρ+3p=const, ad … - Critical O(N) models in 6-ε dimensions

Author(s): Lin Fei, Simone Giombi, and Igor R. KlebanovThe structure of O(N) symmetric scalar field theories with quartic interaction in higher dimensions (4 < d < 6) is studied in detail. Stron … - Conformal symmetry for relativistic point particles

Author(s): Roberto Casalbuoni and Joaquim GomisIn this paper we consider conformal dynamics for a system of N interacting relativistic massless particles. A detailed study is done for the case of two … - Non-Abelian Chern-Simons theory from a Hubbard-like model

Author(s): Giandomenico Palumbo and Jiannis K. PachosHere, we provide a simple Hubbard-like model of spin-1/2 fermions that gives rise to the SU(2)-symmetric Thirring model that is equivalent, in the … - Nonlinear Breit-Wheeler process in the collision of a photon with two plane waves

Author(s): Yuan-Bin Wu and She-Sheng XueThe nonlinear Breit-Wheeler process of electron-positron pair production off a probe photon colliding with a low-frequency and a high-frequency electromagnetic … - Resolving the Higgs-gluon coupling with jets

Author(s): Malte Buschmann, Christoph Englert, Dorival Gonçalves, Tilman Plehn, and Michael SpannowskyIn the Standard Model, the Higgs coupling to gluons is almost entirely induced by top quark loops. … - Perturbative and nonperturbative correlations in double parton distributions

Author(s): A. M. Snigirev, N. A. Snigireva, and G. M. ZinovjevWe argue that the perturbative QCD correlations contribute dominantly to the double parton distributions as compared to the nonperturbativ … - Pion-assisted charmed dibaryon candidate

Author(s): A. Gal, H. Garcilazo, A. Valcarce, and T. Fernández-CaramésThe Λc(2286)N system is studied in a chiral constituent quark model, and the resulting s-wave interaction is used in separable for … - Leptophilic effective WIMPs

Author(s): Spencer Chang, Ralph Edezhath, Jeffrey Hutchinson, and Markus LutyEffective weakly interacting massive particle (WIMP) models are minimal extensions of the standard model that explain the r … - Probing the Galactic origin of the IceCube excess with gamma rays

Author(s): Markus Ahlers and Kohta MuraseThe IceCube Collaboration has recently reported evidence for a high-energy extraterrestrial neutrino flux. During two years of operation 28 events with energie … - Nonlinear vacuum electrodynamics birefringence effect in a pulsar’s strong magnetic field

Author(s): Victor I. Denisov, Vladimir A. Sokolov, and Mikhail I. Vasili’evThe motion of x-ray and gamma-ray pulses in the magnetic field of the pulsar, taking into account the nonlinearity of electro … - Curvature versus distances: Testing the FLRW cosmology

Author(s): Domenico Sapone, Elisabetta Majerotto, and Savvas NesserisWe test the FLRW cosmology by reconstructing in a model-independent way both the Hubble parameter H(z) and the comoving distance D( … - Correlated noise in networks of gravitational-wave detectors: Subtraction and mitigation

Author(s): E. Thrane, N. Christensen, R. M. S. Schofield, and A. EfflerOne of the key science goals of advanced gravitational-wave detectors is to observe a stochastic gravitational-wave background. H … - Consistent effective theory of long-wavelength cosmological perturbations

Author(s): Sean M. Carroll, Stefan Leichenauer, and Jason PollackEffective field theory provides a perturbative framework to study the evolution of cosmological large-scale structure. We investigate t … - No quasistable scalaron lump forms after R2 inflation

Author(s): Naoyuki Takeda and Yuki WatanabeIn the Einstein frame picture of Starobinky’s R2 inflation model, cosmic inflation is driven by a slowly rolling inflaton field, called a scalaron, and follo … - Quantum inequality for a scalar field with a background potential

Author(s): Eleni-Alexandra Kontou and Ken D. OlumQuantum inequalities are bounds on negative time averages of the energy density of a quantum field. They can be used to rule out exotic spacetimes in g … - Representing the graviton self-energy on de Sitter background

Author(s): Katie E. Leonard, Sohyun Park, Tomislav Prokopec, and R. P. WoodardWe derive a noncovariant but simple representation for the self-energy of a conformally transformed graviton field on the … - Dynamical generation of wormholes with charged fluids in quadratic Palatini gravity

Author(s): Francisco S. N. Lobo, Jesus Martinez-Asencio, Gonzalo J. Olmo, and D. Rubiera-GarciaThe dynamical generation of wormholes within an extension of General Relativity (GR) containing (Planck’s … - Neutron star instabilities in full general relativity using a Γ=2.75 ideal fluid

Author(s): Roberto De Pietri, Alessandra Feo, Luca Franci, and Frank LöfflerWe present results about the effect of the use of a stiffer equation of state, namely the ideal-fluid Γ=2.75 one, on the dyn … - Majorana dark matter in warped extra dimensions

Author(s): Luca VecchiGeneric extensions of the Standard Model that respect baryon and lepton numbers have accidentally stable particles. Typical examples are the lightest exotic neutral fermion, or “ … - Onset of superradiant instabilities in the hydrodynamic vortex model

Author(s): Shahar HodThe hydrodynamic vortex, an effective spacetime geometry for propagating sound waves, is studied analytically. In contrast with the familiar Kerr black hole spacetime, the hydrody … - Measurement of the resonant and CP components in B¯0→J/ψπ+π- decays

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The resonant structure of the reaction B¯0→J/ψπ+π- is studied using data from 3 fb-1 of integrated luminosity collected by the LHCb experiment, one third … - Search for dark matter in events with a Z boson and missing transverse momentum in pp collisions at s=8 TeV with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)A search is presented for production of dark-matter particles recoiling against a leptonically decaying Z boson in 20.3 fb-1 of pp collisions at s=8 TeV … - Two-photon exchange corrections in elastic muon-proton scattering

Author(s): O. Tomalak and M. VanderhaeghenWe extend the general formalism of two-photon exchange to elastic lepton-nucleon scattering by accounting for all lepton mass terms. We then perform a numeric … - Neutrino masses, leptogenesis, and sterile neutrino dark matter

Author(s): Takanao TsuyukiWe analyze a scenario in which the lightest heavy neutrino N1 is a dark matter candidate and the second-heaviest neutrino N2 decays producing a lepton number. If N1 were in t … - Decoupling of heavy sneutrinos in low-scale seesaw models

Author(s): M. E. Krauss, W. Porod, F. Staub, A. Abada, A. Vicente, and C. WeilandThere have been some recent claims in the literature about large right-handed sneutrinos contributions to lepton flavor … - Top Yukawa coupling measurement with indefinite CP Higgs in e+e-→tt¯Φ

Author(s): B. Ananthanarayan, Sumit K. Garg, C. S. Kim, Jayita Lahiri, and P. PouloseWe consider the issue of the top quark Yukawa coupling measurement in a model-independent and general case with the … - Reaction p¯p→Λ¯c-Λc+ within an effective Lagrangian model

Author(s): R. Shyam and H. LenskeWe study the charmed baryon production reaction p¯p→Λ¯c-Λc+ by using the t-channel D0 and D*0 meson-exchange diagrams within an effective Lagrangian model involving th … - In-medium jet shape from energy collimation in parton showers: Comparison with CMS PbPb data at 2.76 TeV

Author(s): Redamy Pérez-Ramos and Thorsten RenkWe present the medium-modified energy collimation in the leading-logarithmic approximation (LLA) and next-to-leading-logarithmic approximation (NLLA) of …