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Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)The baryonic decay ${D}_{s}^{+}→p\overline{n}$ is observed, and the corresponding branching fraction is measured to be $(1.21±0.10±0.05)×{10}^{−3}$, … - Lattice QCD study of doubly charmed strange baryons

Author(s): Nilmani Mathur and M. PadmanathWe present the energy spectra of the low-lying doubly charmed baryons using lattice quantum chromodynamics. We precisely predict the ground state mass of the … - Measurement of the neutrino-oxygen neutral-current quasielastic cross section using atmospheric neutrinos at Super-Kamiokande

Author(s): L. Wan et al. (Super-Kamiokande Collaboration)Neutral current (NC) interactions of atmospheric neutrinos on oxygen form one of the major backgrounds in the search for supernova relic neutri … - Observation of $ψ(3686)→p\overline{p}{η}^{′}$ and improved measurement of $J/ψ→p\overline{p}{η}^{′}$

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)We observe the process $ψ(3686)→p\overline{p}{η}^{′}$ for the first time, with a statistical significance higher than $10σ$, and measure the branchin … - Measurement of atmospheric tau neutrino appearance with IceCube DeepCore

Author(s): M. G. Aartsen et al. (IceCube Collaboration)We present a measurement of atmospheric tau neutrino appearance from oscillations with three years of data from the DeepCore subarray of the IceC … - Scouring meson decays for true muonium

Author(s): Yao Ji and Henry LammRare meson decay experiments promise to measure branching ratios as small as ${10}^{−13}$. This presents an opportunity to discover the ${μ}^{+}{μ}^{−}$ bound state tru … - Light and heavy flavor dijet production and dijet mass modification in heavy ion collisions

Author(s): Zhong-Bo Kang, Jared Reiten, Ivan Vitev, and Boram YoonBack-to-back light and heavy flavor dijet measurements are promising experimental channels to accurately study the physics of jet prod … - Production and polarization of prompt $\mathrm{ϒ}(n\mathrm{S})$ in the improved color evaporation model using the ${k}_{T}$-factorization approach

Author(s): Vincent Cheung and Ramona VogtWe calculate the polarization of prompt $\mathrm{ϒ}(n\mathrm{S})$ production in the improved color evaporation model at leading order employing the ${k}_{T}$-f … - Transverse momentum resummation for $s$-channel single top quark production at the LHC

Author(s): Peng Sun, Bin Yan, and C.-P. YuanWe study the soft gluon radiation effects for the $s$-channel single top quark production at the LHC. By applying the transverse momentum dependent factoriz … - Multiparticle azimuthal angular correlations in $pA$ collisions

Author(s): Cheng Zhang, Manyika Kabuswa Davy, Yu Shi, and Enke WangIn the Color Glass Condensate formalism, we evaluate the 3-dipole correlator up to the $\frac{1}{{N}_{c}^{4}}$ order with ${N}_{c}$ b … - ${\overline{D}}^{*}{\overline{D}}^{*}{\mathrm{Σ}}_{c}$ three-body system

Author(s): M. Pavon ValderramaIn the molecular picture the hidden-charm, pentaquarklike ${P}_{c}(4450)$ resonance is a ${\overline{D}}^{*}{\mathrm{Σ}}_{c}$ bound state with quantum numbers $I=\frac{1} … - Lattice computation of the electromagnetic contributions to kaon and pion masses

Author(s): S. Basak, A. Bazavov, C. Bernard, C. DeTar, L. Levkova, E. Freeland, Steven Gottlieb, A. Torok, U. M. Heller, J. Laiho, J. Osborn, R. L. Sugar, D. Toussaint, R. S. Van de Water, and R. Zhou … - Critical flavor number in the $2+1\mathrm{D}$ Thirring model

Author(s): Simon HandsThe Thirring model in $2+1$ spacetime dimensions, in which $N$ flavors of relativistic fermion interact via a contact interaction between conserved fermion currents, is studied u … - Multileptonic signals of co-annihilating left-right supersymmetric dark matter

Author(s): Arindam Chatterjee, Mariana Frank, Benjamin Fuks, Katri Huitu, Subhadeep Mondal, Santosh Kumar Rai, and Harri WaltariWe perform a comprehensive dark matter analysis of left-right supersymme … - Right sneutrino with $\mathrm{Δ}L=2$ masses as nonthermal dark matter

Author(s): Avirup Ghosh, Tanmoy Mondal, and Biswarup MukhopadhyayaWe consider the minimal supersymmetric standard model (MSSM) with right-chiral neutrino superfields with Majorana masses, where the li … - Effective field theory in the top sector: Do multijets help?

Author(s): Christoph Englert, Michael Russell, and Chris D. WhiteMany studies of possible new physics employ effective field theory (EFT), whereby corrections to the Standard Model take the form of hi … - Bounds on lepton flavor violating physics and decays of neutral mesons from $τ(μ)→3ℓ$, $ℓγγ$-decays

Author(s): Claudio O. Dib, Thomas Gutsche, Sergey G. Kovalenko, Valery E. Lyubovitskij, and Ivan SchmidtWe study two- and three-body lepton flavor violating (LFV) decays involving leptons and neutral … - Seeking leptoquarks in the $t\overline{t}$ plus missing energy channel at the high-luminosity LHC

Author(s): Natascia VignaroliThe $t\overline{t}$ plus missing energy channel is one of the most efficient to detect third-generation leptoquarks (LQs). It offers an important test to models which expl … - Operators from flavored dark sectors running to low energy

Author(s): Martín Arteaga, Enrico Bertuzzo, Cristian Caniu Barros, and Zahra TabriziWe consider the effective field theory generated by a heavy mediator that connects Standard Model particles to a dar … - Single Higgs production in association with a photon at electron-positron colliders in extended Higgs models

Author(s): Shinya Kanemura, Kentarou Mawatari, and Kodai SakuraiWe study associated Higgs production with a photon at electron-positron colliders, ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→hγ$, in various extended Higgs models … - Gravitationally produced top quarks and the stability of the electroweak vacuum during inflation

Author(s): David Rodriguez Roman and Malcolm FairbairnIn the standard model the (Brout-Englert-)Higgs quartic coupling becomes negative at high energies rendering our current electroweak vacuum metast … - Detecting CNO solar neutrinos in next-generation xenon dark matter experiments

Author(s): Jayden L. Newstead, Louis E. Strigari, and Rafael F. LangWe study the prospects for measuring the low-energy components of the solar neutrino flux in future direct dark matter detection exp … - Primordial gravitational waves and the ${H}_{0}$-tension problem

Author(s): Leila L. Graef, Micol Benetti, and Jailson S. AlcanizWe analyze the ${H}_{0}$-tension problem in the context of models of the early universe that predict a blue tilted spectrum of primordia … - Rich structure of nonthermal relativistic CMB spectral distortions from high energy particle cascades at redshifts $z≲2×{10}^{5}$

Author(s): Sandeep Kumar Acharya and Rishi KhatriIt is generally assumed that for energy injection before recombination, all of the injected energy is dissipated as heat in the baryon-photon plasma, g … - Null test for interactions in the dark sector

Author(s): Rodrigo von Marttens, Valerio Marra, Luciano Casarini, J. E. Gonzalez, and Jailson AlcanizSince there is no known symmetry in nature that prevents a nonminimal coupling between the dark ene … - Vorticity in analogue spacetimes

Author(s): Stefano Liberati, Sebastian Schuster, Giovanni Tricella, and Matt VisserAnalogue spacetimes can be used to probe and study physically interesting spacetime geometries by constructing, eithe … - Conserved charges in AdS: A new formula

Author(s): Emel Altas and Bayram TekinWe give a new construction of conserved charges in asymptotically anti-de Sitter spacetimes in Einstein’s gravity. The new formula is explicitly gauge-invariant a … - Gravastar formation: What can be the evidence of a black hole?

Author(s): Ken-ichi Nakao, Chul-Moon Yoo, and Tomohiro HaradaThe authors present a novel model for the production of gravastars, which are an alternative to black holes as the endpoint of gravitationa … - Topological black hole in the theory with nonminimal derivative coupling with power-law Maxwell field and its thermodynamics

Author(s): M. M. StetskoWe obtain topological black hole solutions in scalar-tensor gravity with nonminimal derivative coupling between scalar and tensor components of gravity and a power-law Maxwell … - Anisotropic compact stars in the Buchdahl model: A comprehensive study

Author(s): S. K. Maurya, Ayan Banerjee, M. K. Jasim, J. Kumar, A. K. Prasad, and Anirudh PradhanIn this article we present a class of relativistic solutions describing spherically symmetric and static … - Goldstone bosons and the Englert-Brout-Higgs mechanism in non-Hermitian theories

Author(s): Philip D. MannheimIn recent work, Alexandre, Ellis, Millington and Seynaeve have extended the Goldstone theorem to non-Hermitian Hamiltonians that possess a discrete antilinear symmetry suc … - Vortices of $SO(2)$ gauged Skyrmions in $2+1$ dimensions

Author(s): Francisco Navarro-Lérida and D. H. TchrakianVortices of the $SO(2)$ gauged planar Skyrme model with (a) only Maxwell, (b) only Chern-Simons, and (c) both Maxwell and Chern-Simons dynamics a … - History state formalism for Dirac’s theory

Author(s): N. L. Diaz and R. RossignoliWe propose a history state formalism for a Dirac particle. By introducing a reference quantum clock system it is first shown that Dirac’s equation can be derived … - Positive helicity Einstein-Yang-Mills amplitudes from the double copy method

Author(s): Josua Faller and Jan PlefkaAll positive helicity four-point gluon-graviton amplitudes in Einstein-Yang-Mills theory coupled to a dilaton and axion field are computed at the leading one-loop … - Holographic beta functions for the generalized sine-Gordon theory

Author(s): Prafulla Oak and B. SathiapalanThe sine-Gordon theory is generalized to include many scalar fields and several cosine terms. This is similar to the world sheet description of a string propa … - Comment on “Astrophysical gravitational waves in conformal gravity”

Author(s): F. F. FariaRecently, in Phys. Rev. D 98, 084002 (2018), an investigation was carried out on the gravitational radiation from binary systems in conformal gravity and massive conformal gravit … - Matching relations for decoupling in the standard model at two loops and beyond

Author(s): Stephen P. MartinI discuss the matching relations for the running renormalizable parameters when the heavy particles (top quark, Higgs scalar, $Z$ and $W$ vector bosons) are simultaneously … - Precision computation of hybrid static potentials in SU(3) lattice gauge theory

Author(s): Stefano Capitani, Owe Philipsen, Christian Reisinger, Carolin Riehl, and Marc WagnerWe perform a precision computation of hybrid static potentials with quantum numbers ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{η}^{ε} … - Lepton flavor violation in a ${Z}^{′}$ model for the $b→s$ anomalies

Author(s): Paulina Rocha-Morán and Avelino VicenteIn recent years, several observables associated to semileptonic $b→s$ processes have been found to depart from their predicted values in the Standard … - QED radiative corrections to chiral magnetic effect

Author(s): Bo Feng, De-fu Hou, and Hai-cang RenWe study in this paper the radiative corrections to chiral magnetic current at both zero and nonzero temperature. Our motivation is a radiative correctio … - Least constrained supersymmetry with $R$-parity violation

Author(s): Jinmian Li, Tianjun Li, and Wenxing ZhangThe strong constraints on the R-parity conserving supersymmetry (SUSY) from the LHC searches motivate us to consider the new models in which the low … - Evolving metric perturbations in dynamical Chern-Simons gravity

Author(s): Maria Okounkova, Mark A. Scheel, and Saul A. TeukolskyThe stability of rotating black holes in dynamical Chern-Simons gravity (dCS) is an open question. To study this issue, we evolve the l … - Scalar perturbations on the background of Kerr black holes in the quadratic dynamical Chern-Simons gravity

Author(s): Yuan-Xing Gao, Yang Huang, and Dao-Jun LiuWe study the scalar perturbation on the background of a Kerr black hole in the dynamical Chern-Simons modified gravity with a quadratic coupling be … - Quasilocal Smarr relations for static black holes

Author(s): F. D. Villalba and P. BargueñoGeneralized Smarr relations in terms of quasilocal variables are obtained for Schwarzschild and Reissner-Nordström black holes. The approach is based on gravit … - Graviton-photon mixing

Author(s): Damian Ejlli and Venugopal R. ThandlamIn the era of gravitational wave (GW) detection from astrophysical sources by LIGO/VIRGO, it is of great importance to take the quantum gravity effect … - Vectorial and spinorial perturbations in Galileon black holes: Quasinormal modes, quasiresonant modes, and stability

Author(s): E. Abdalla, B. Cuadros-Melgar, Jeferson de Oliveira, A. B. Pavan, and C. E. PellicerIn this work, we have considered a model that includes the interaction of gravity and matter fields with … - Chameleon field in a spherical shell system

Author(s): Tomohiro Nakamura, Taishi Ikeda, Ryo Saito, and Chul-Moon YooWe study the screening mechanism of a chameleon field in a highly inhomogeneous density profile. For simplicity, we consider sta … - Induced current in high-dimensional AdS spacetime in the presence of a cosmic string and a compactified extra dimension

Author(s): W. Oliveira dos Santos, H. F. Mota, and E. R. Bezerra de MelloIn this paper, we analyze the bosonic current densities induced by a magnetic flux running along the core of an idealized cosmi … - Entanglement, anomalies, and Mathisson’s helices

Author(s): Piermarco Fonda, Diego Liska, and Álvaro Véliz-OsorioWe study the physical properties of a length-torsion functional which encodes the holographic entanglement entropy for ($1+1$)-dimension … - Measurements using the inelasticity distribution of multi-TeV neutrino interactions in IceCube

Author(s): M. G. Aartsen et al. (IceCube Collaboration)Using a sample of contained very high-energy neutrino interactions in IceCube obtained from five years of data, the authors reconstruct their ene … - Regge phenomenology of the ${N}^{*}$ and ${\mathrm{Δ}}^{*}$ poles

Author(s): J. A. Silva-Castro, C. Fernández-Ramírez, M. Albaladejo, I. V. Danilkin, A. Jackura, V. Mathieu, J. Nys, A. Pilloni, A. P. Szczepaniak, and G. Fox (Joint Physics Analysis Center)We use Regg … - Precision predictions at ${\mathrm{N}}^{3}\mathrm{LO}$ for the Higgs boson rapidity distribution at the LHC

Author(s): Falko Dulat, Bernhard Mistlberger, and Andrea PelloniWe present precise predictions for the Higgs boson rapidity distribution at the LHC in the gluon fusion production mode. Our approach re … - Does the bottomonium counterpart of $X(3872)$ exist?

Author(s): Zhi-Yong Zhou, Dian-Yong Chen, and Zhiguang XiaoA narrow line shape peak at about 10 615 MeV, just above the threshold in the $B{\overline{B}}^{*}$ channel, which can be regarded as the sig … - Understanding the energy resolution of liquid argon neutrino detectors

Author(s): Alexander Friedland and Shirley Weishi LiAvailable estimates for the energy resolution of DUNE vary by as much as a factor of 4. To address this controversy, and to connect the resolution t … - Space of initial data for self-similar Schwarzschild solutions of the Einstein equations

Author(s): Phillipo LappicyThe Einstein constraint equations describe the space of initial data for the evolution equations, dictating how space should curve within spacetime. Under certain assumption … - Searching for oscillations in the primordial power spectrum with CMB and LSS data

Author(s): Chenxiao Zeng, Ely D. Kovetz, Xuelei Chen, Yan Gong, Julian B. Muñoz, and Marc KamionkowskiDifferent inflationary models predict oscillatory features in the primordial power spectrum. These … - Optimal constraints on primordial gravitational waves from the lensed CMB

Author(s): Julien CarronWe demonstrate how to obtain optimal constraints on a primordial gravitational wave component in lensed cosmic microwave background (CMB) data under ideal conditions. We first … - Geometry of exceptional super Yang-Mills theories

Author(s): Michael Rios, Alessio Marrani, and David ChesterSome time ago, Bars found $D=11+3$ supersymmetry and Sezgin proposed super Yang-Mills theory (SYM) in $D=11+3$. Using the “magic star” projec … - $U$-spin sum rules for $CP$ asymmetries of three-body charmed baryon decays

Author(s): Yuval Grossman and Stefan SchachtTriggered by a recent LHCb measurement and prospects for Belle II, we derive $U$-spin symmetry relations between integrated $CP$ asymmetries of three-body $ … - Testing $WWγ$ vertex in radiative muon decay

Author(s): Anirban Karan, Rahul Sinha, and Rusa MandalLarge numbers of muons will be produced at facilities developed to probe the lepton-flavor-violating process $μ→eγ$. We show that by constructing … - Cosmological dynamics of Higgs potential fine tuning

Author(s): Mustafa A. Amin, JiJi Fan, Kaloian D. Lozanov, and Matthew ReeceThe Higgs potential appears to be fine-tuned, hence very sensitive to values of other scalar fields that couple to the Higgs. … - Current status and future prospects of the singlet-doublet dark matter model with $CP$ violation

Author(s): Tomohiro Abe and Ryosuke SatoWe discuss the singlet-doublet fermion dark matter model with $CP$-violation. In this model, the $CP$ violation generates a pseudoscalar interaction of dark mat … - Deeply bound dibaryon is incompatible with neutron stars and supernovae

Author(s): Samuel D. McDermott, Sanjay Reddy, and Srimoyee SenWe study the effect of a dibaryon $S$ in the mass range $1860<{m}_{S}<2054\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{MeV}$, which is heavy enough not t … - Nelson-Barr relaxion

Author(s): Oz Davidi, Rick S. Gupta, Gilad Perez, Diego Redigolo, and Aviv ShalitCosmological relaxation models in which the relaxion is identified with the QCD axion, generically fail to account for … - Asymmetry observables and the origin of ${R}_{{D}^{(*)}}$ anomalies

Author(s): Pouya Asadi, Matthew R. Buckley, and David ShihThe ${R}_{{D}^{(*)}}$ anomalies are among the longest-standing and most statistically significant hints of physics beyond the standard model. … - ${\overline{B}}^{(*)}{\overline{B}}^{(*)}$ interactions in chiral effective field theory

Author(s): Bo Wang, Zhan-Wei Liu, and Xiang LiuIn this work, the intermeson interactions of double-beauty $\overline{B}\overline{B}$, $\overline{B}{\overline{B}}^{*}$, and ${\overline{B}}^{*}{\overlin … - Measuring the boiling point of the vacuum of quantum electrodynamics

Author(s): Anthony Hartin, Andreas Ringwald, and Natalia TapiaIt is a long-standing nontrivial prediction of quantum electrodynamics that its vacuum is unstable in the background of a static, spatiall … - Spectral shapes of the fluxes of electrons and positrons and the average residence time of cosmic rays in the Galaxy

Author(s): Paolo LipariThe cosmic ray energy spectra encode very important information about the mechanisms that generate relativistic particles in the Milky Way, and about the properties of the Galax … - Cosmological constraints on unstable particles: Numerical bounds and analytic approximations

Author(s): Keith R. Dienes, Jason Kumar, Patrick Stengel, and Brooks ThomasMany extensions of the Standard Model predict large numbers of additional unstable particles whose decays in the early univer … - Phenomenology of modified gravity at recombination

Author(s): Meng-Xiang Lin, Marco Raveri, and Wayne HuWe discuss the phenomenological imprints of modifications to gravity in the early Universe with a specific focus on the time of recombination. We d … - Cosmologically viable generalized Einstein-aether theories

Author(s): Richard A. Battye, Boris Bolliet, Francesco Pace, and Damien TrinhWe investigate generalized Einstein-aether theories that are compatible with the Planck cosmic microwave background (CMB) t … - Unraveling the effective fluid approach for $f\mathbf{(}R\mathbf{)}$ models in the subhorizon approximation

Author(s): Rubén Arjona, Wilmar Cardona, and Savvas NesserisWe provide explicit formulas for the effective fluid approach of $f(R)$ theories, such as the HuandSawicki and designer models. Using the la … - Effects of Gauss-Bonnet term on the phase transition of a Reissner-Nordström-AdS black hole in ($3+1$) dimensions

Author(s): Wei Xu, Cong yu Wang, and Bin ZhuIn this paper, we investigate the phase transition of Reissner-Nordström-AdS (RN-AdS) black holes in ($3+1$)-dimensional Gauss-Bonnet gravity in the extende … - Anti-evaporation and evaporation of an $n$-dimensional Reissner-Nordström black hole

Author(s): YuHong Fang, Zhiqi Huang, HaiTao Miao, and Naveen K. SinghWe generalize the $f(R)$ theory of anti-evaporation and evaporation for a Reissner-Nordström black hole in $n$-dimensional spacetim … - New approach to conserved charges of generic gravity in AdS spacetimes

Author(s): Emel Altas and Bayram TekinStarting from a divergence-free rank-4 tensor of which the trace is the cosmological Einstein tensor, we give a construction of conserved charges in Einstein’s gr … - Scalarized black holes in the presence of the coupling to Gauss-Bonnet gravity

Author(s): Masato Minamitsuji and Taishi IkedaIn this paper, we study static and spherically symmetric black hole (BH) solutions in the scalar-tensor theories with the coupling of the scalar field to … - Corrections to the Aretakis-type behavior of the metric due to an infalling particle

Author(s): E. T. Akhmedov, P. A. Anempodistov, and I. D. IvanovaWe consider an extremal Reissner-Nordström black hole perturbed by a neutral massive point particle, which falls in radially. We study t … - 4D models of de Sitter uplift

Author(s): Renata Kallosh, Andrei Linde, Evan McDonough, and Marco ScalisiIt was shown in [1] that the modified 4D version of the Kachru, Kallosh, Linde, and Trivedi (KKLT) model proposed in [2] is in … - Quark-hadron continuity under rotation: Vortex continuity or boojum?

Author(s): Chandrasekhar Chatterjee, Muneto Nitta, and Shigehiro YasuiQuark-hadron continuity was proposed as a crossover between hadronic matter and quark matter without a phase transition, based on … - Infrared massive gluon propagator from a BRST-invariant Gribov horizon in a family of covariant gauges

Author(s): Bruno W. Mintz, Leticia F. Palhares, Giovani Peruzzo, and Silvio P. SorellaA distinctive feature observed in lattice simulations of confining non-Abelian gauge theories, such as quantum chr … - Leptophobic dark matter and the baryon number violation scale

Author(s): Pavel Fileviez Pérez, Elliot Golias, Rui-Hao Li, and Clara MurguiWe discuss the possible connection between the scale for baryon number violation and the cosmological bound on the dark matt … - Muon $g−2$ in a $U(1)$-symmetric two-Higgs-doublet model

Author(s): Shao-Ping Li, Xin-Qiang Li, and Ya-Dong YangWe show in this paper that, in a $U(1)$-symmetric two-Higgs-doublet model, the two additional neutral Higgs bosons would become nearly degenerate … - Further study of the global minimum constraint on the two-Higgs-doublet models: LHC searches for heavy Higgs bosons

Author(s): Ning Chen, Chun Du, Yongcheng Wu, and Xun-Jie XuThe usually considered vacuum of the two-Higgs-doublet model (2HDM) could be unstable if it locates at a local but not global minimum (GM) of … - Baryogenesis from the Berry phase

Author(s): Seishi Enomoto and Tomohiro MatsudaThe spontaneous baryogenesis scenario explains how a baryon asymmetry can develop while baryon violating interactions are still in thermal equilibrium. Ho … - General neutrino interactions at the DUNE near detector

Author(s): Ingolf Bischer and Werner RodejohannWe consider the effect of general neutrino interactions (scalar, vector, pseudoscalar, axial vector, and tensor) in neutrino-electron scattering at the D … - Two-integral distribution functions in axisymmetric galaxies: Implications for dark matter searches

Author(s): Mihael Petač and Piero UllioWe address the problem of reconstructing the phase-space distribution function for an extended collisionless system, with known density profile and in equilibriu … - Universal relations for the Keplerian sequence of rotating neutron stars

Author(s): R. Riahi, S. Z. Kalantari, and J. A. RuedaWe investigate the Keplerian (mass-shedding) sequence of rotating neutron stars. Twelve different equations of state are used to describe the nucle … - Prospects of the cosmic scenery in a quintom dark energy model with generalized nonminimal Gauss-Bonnet couplings

Author(s): Mihai MarciuIn this work we propose a novel dark energy model in the formalism of quintom scenarios in scalar-tensor theories based on general relativity, taking into account generalized co … - Different reheating mechanisms in quintessence inflation

Author(s): Jaume HaroDifferent well-known ways to reheat the Universe, such as instant preheating, the creation of particles nearly or conformally coupled with gravity, or from the decay of products o … - Gravitational waves induced by scalar perturbations as probes of the small-scale primordial spectrum

Author(s): Keisuke Inomata and Tomohiro NakamaCompared to primordial perturbations on large scales, roughly larger than 1 Mpc, those on smaller scales are not severely constrained. We revisit the issu … - Probability of inflation in loop quantum cosmology

Author(s): Suzana Bedić and Gregory VereshchaginWe discuss how initial conditions for cosmological evolution can be defined in loop quantum cosmology with a massive scalar field and how the presence o … - Gravitational waveforms from spectral Einstein code simulations: Neutron star-neutron star and low-mass black hole-neutron star binaries

Author(s): F. Foucart, M. D. Duez, T. Hinderer, J. Caro, Andrew R. Williamson, M. Boyle, A. Buonanno, R. Haas, D. A. Hemberger, L. E. Kidder, H. P. Pfeiffer, and M. A. ScheelGravitational waveforms fr … - Massive and charged scalar field in Kerr-Newman spacetime: Absorption and superradiance

Author(s): Carolina L. Benone and Luís C. B. CrispinoWe consider the propagation of a generic scalar field around a rotating and charged black hole. Using the partial wave method, we find, numerically … - Charged particle motion and electromagnetic field in $γ$ spacetime

Author(s): Carlos A. Benavides-Gallego, Ahmadjon Abdujabbarov, Daniele Malafarina, Bobomurat Ahmedov, and Cosimo BambiWe consider the electromagnetic field occurring in the background of a static, axi … - Probing the relationship between the null geodesics and thermodynamic phase transition for rotating Kerr-AdS black holes

Author(s): Shao-Wen Wei, Yu-Xiao Liu, and Yong-Qiang WangIn this paper, we aim to examine the relationship between the unstable circular photon orbit and the thermodynamic phase transition for a rotat … - Observing the post-merger signal of GW170817-like events with improved gravitational-wave detectors

Author(s): Andoni Torres-Rivas, Katerina Chatziioannou, Andreas Bauswein, and James Alexander ClarkThe recent detection of a neutron star binary through gravitational waves, GW170817, has offered anot … - Shadow and deflection angle of rotating black holes in perfect fluid dark matter with a cosmological constant

Author(s): Sumarna Haroon, Mubasher Jamil, Kimet Jusufi, Kai Lin, and Robert B. MannThe presence of dark matter around a black hole remarkably affects its spacetime. We consider the effects of dark ma … - $1/N$ corrections to ${F}_{1}$ and ${F}_{2}$ structure functions of vector mesons from holography

Author(s): Nicolas Kovensky, Gustavo Michalski, and Martin SchvellingerThe structure functions ${F}_{1}$ and ${F}_{2}$ of the hadronic tensor of vector mesons are obtained at order $1/N$ and strong co … - Polarization fraction measurement in same-sign $WW$ scattering using deep learning

Author(s): Junho Lee, Nicolas Chanon, Andrew Levin, Jing Li, Meng Lu, Qiang Li, and Yajun MaoStudying the longitudinally polarized fraction of ${W}^{±}{W}^{±}$ scattering at the LHC is crucial to exam … - Light dark matter in a gauged $U(1{)}_{{L}_{μ}−{L}_{τ}}$ model

Author(s): Patrick FoldenauerAs experimental null results increase the pressure on heavy weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) as an explanation of thermal dark matter (DM), it seems timely to …