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Author(s): Tasuku Aizawa, Masahiro Ibe, and Kunio KanetaWe revisit an extension of the Standard Model with Majorana fermions in adjoint representations, where SU(2)L triplet and SU(3)c octet fermions … - Froissart bound on inelastic cross section without unknown constants

Author(s): André Martin and S. M. RoyAssuming that axiomatic local field theory results hold for hadron scattering, André Martin and S. M. Roy recently obtained absolute bounds on the D wave below thr … - Electromagnetic outflows in a class of scalar-tensor theories: Binary neutron star coalescence

Author(s): Marcelo Ponce, Carlos Palenzuela, Enrico Barausse, and Luis LehnerAs we showed in previous work, the dynamics and gravitational emission of binary neutron-star systems in certain scalar-ten … - Gauss-Bonnet coupling constant in classically scale-invariant gravity

Author(s): Martin B. Einhorn and D. R. Timothy JonesWe discuss the renormalization of higher-derivative gravity, both without and with matter fields, in terms of two primary coupling constants rather … - Correlations between light and heavy flavors near the chiral crossover

Author(s): Chihiro Sasaki and Krzysztof RedlichThermal fluctuations and correlations between the light and heavy-light mesons are explored within a chiral effective theory implementing heavy quark sym … - Study of B→K_{0}^{*}(1430)K^{(*)} decays in QCD factorization approach

Author(s): Ying Li, Hong-Yan Zhang, Ye Xing, Zuo-Hong Li, and Cai-Dian LüWithin the QCD factorization approach, we calculate the branching fractions and CP asymmetry parameters of 12 B→K0*(1430)K(*) d … - Analytical theory of neutrino oscillations in matter with CP violation

Author(s): Mikkel B. Johnson, Ernest M. Henley, and Leonard S. KisslingerWe develop an exact analytical formulation of neutrino oscillations in matter within the framework of the standard neutrino mod … - Effects of Rayleigh scattering on the CMB and cosmic structure

Author(s): Elham Alipour, Kris Sigurdson, and Christopher M. HirataDuring and post recombination, photons interact with neutral Hydrogen and Helium atoms via Rayleigh scattering, on top of Thomson sca … - Comparison of primordial tensor power spectra from the deformed algebra and dressed metric approaches in loop quantum cosmology

Author(s): Boris Bolliet, Julien Grain, Clément Stahl, Linda Linsefors, and Aurélien BarrauLoop quantum cosmology tries to capture the main ideas of loop quantum gravity and to apply them to the Unive … - Integrability conditions for Killing-Yano tensors and maximally symmetric spaces in the presence of torsion

Author(s): Carlos BatistaThe integrability conditions for the existence of Killing-Yano tensors or, equivalently, covariantly closed conformal Killing-Yano tensors, in the presence of torsion are work … - Compact phase space, cosmological constant, and discrete time

Author(s): Carlo Rovelli and Francesca VidottoWe study the quantization of geometry in the presence of a cosmological constant, using a discretization with constant-curvature simplices. Phase space tu … - Finite-temperature Yang-Mills theory in the Hamiltonian approach in Coulomb gauge from a compactified spatial dimension

Author(s): J. Heffner and H. ReinhardtYang-Mills theory is studied at finite temperature within the Hamiltonian approach in Coulomb gauge by means of the variational principle using a Gaussian-type An … - Path-integral derivation of the nonrelativistic scale anomaly

Author(s): Chris L. Lin and Carlos R. OrdóñezIn this paper we calculate the scale anomaly for a quantum field theoretic 2D-nonrelativistic Bose gas with contact interactions using Fujikawa’s method, b … - Size effects on the thermodynamic behavior of a simplified generalized scalar Yukawa model

Author(s): L. M. Abreu, E. S. Nery, and A. P. C. MalbouissonWe analyze the thermodynamic behavior of the generalized scalar Yukawa model, composed of a complex scalar field interacting with scalar and … - Understanding the large-distance behavior of transverse-momentum-dependent parton densities and the Collins-Soper evolution kernel

Author(s): John Collins and Ted RogersThere is considerable controversy about the size and importance of nonperturbative contributions to the evolution of transverse-momentum-dependent (TMD) parton di … - Investigation of neutralino pair production in photon-photon collider at the ILC

Author(s): Nasuf SonmezNeutralino pair production via photon-photon collision is analyzed in the context of the minimal supersymmetric standard model at a future linear collider. Since the photon does … - Confronting four zero neutrino Yukawa textures with N_{2}-dominated leptogenesis

Author(s): Jue ZhangWe consider a restricted type-I seesaw scenario with four texture zeros in the neutrino Yukawa matrix, in the weak basis where both the charged-lepton Yukawa matrix and the Majoran … - Probing the substructure of f_{0}(1370)

Author(s): Amir H. Fariborz, Azizollah Azizi, and Abdorreza AsrarWithin an effective nonlinear chiral Lagrangian framework, the substructure of f0(1370) is studied. The investigation is conducted in t … - Constraints on the septet-doublet mixing models from oblique parameters

Author(s): Chao-Qiang Geng, Lu-Hsing Tsai, and Yao YuThe limitations of doublet-septet mixing models resulting from the deviations of electroweak oblique parameters ΔS and ΔT are studied. In the minim … - Phenomenological analysis of azimuthal asymmetries in unpolarized semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering

Author(s): V. Barone, M. Boglione, J. O. Gonzalez Hernandez, and S. MelisWe present a phenomenological analysis of the cosϕ and cos2ϕ asymmetries in unpolarized semi-inclusive deep inelastic scatterin … - B→πℓν and B_{s}→Kℓν form factors and |V_{ub}| from 2+1-flavor lattice QCD with domain-wall light quarks and relativistic heavy quarks

Author(s): J. M. Flynn, T. Izubuchi, T. Kawanai, C. Lehner, A. Soni, R. S. Van de Water, and O. Witzel (RBC and UKQCD Collaborations)We calculate the form factors for B→πℓν and Bs→Kℓν decay in dynamic … - Generalized quark number susceptibilities from fugacity expansion at finite chemical potential for N_{f}=2 Wilson fermions

Author(s): Christof Gattringer and Hans-Peter SchadlerGeneralized susceptibilities of the net quark number have been proposed to be good probes for the transitions in the QCD phase diagram and for the … - Lattice determination of Sigma-Lambda mixing

Author(s): R. Horsley, J. Najjar, Y. Nakamura, H. Perlt, D. Pleiter, P. E. L. Rakow, G. Schierholz, A. Schiller, H. Stüben, and J. M. Zanotti (QCDSF-UKQCD Collaboration)Isospin breaking effects in bar … - Bayesian model comparison of Higgs couplings

Author(s): Johannes Bergström and Stella RiadWe investigate the possibility of contributions from physics beyond the Standard Model (SM) to the Higgs couplings, in the light of the LHC data. The work … - Higgs boson mass of 125 GeV and g-2 of the muon in a gaugino mediation model

Author(s): Keisuke Harigaya, Tsutomu T. Yanagida, and Norimi YokozakiGaugino mediation is very attractive since it is free from the serious flavor problem in the supersymmetric standard model. We show … - Mixed axion/gravitino dark matter from SUSY models with heavy axinos

Author(s): Kyu Jung Bae, Howard Baer, Eung Jin Chun, and Chang Sub ShinWe examine dark matter production rates in supersymmetric (SUSY) axion models typified by the mass hierarchy m3/2≪m(neutralino)≪m … - Strategy to minimize dust foregrounds in B-mode searches

Author(s): Ely D. Kovetz and Marc KamionkowskiThe Planck satellite has identified several patches of sky with low polarized dust emission, obvious targets for searches for the cosmic microwave backgro … - CMB power spectrum of Nambu-Goto cosmic strings

Author(s): Andrei Lazanu, E. P. S. Shellard, and Martin LandriauWe improve predictions of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) power spectrum induced by cosmic strings by using source terms obtained … - Entropy on a null surface for interacting quantum field theories and the Bousso bound

Author(s): Raphael Bousso, Horacio Casini, Zachary Fisher, and Juan MaldacenaWe study the vacuum-subtracted von Neumann entropy of a segment on a null plane. We argue that for interacting quantum fiel … - Question of quantum equivalence between Jordan frame and Einstein frame

Author(s): Alexander Yu. Kamenshchik and Christian F. SteinwachsIn the framework of a general scalar-tensor theory, we investigate the equivalence between two different parametrizations of fields that … - Bayesian inference for spectral estimation of gravitational wave detector noise

Author(s): Tyson B. Littenberg and Neil J. CornishGravitational wave data from ground-based detectors is dominated by instrument noise. Signals will be comparatively weak, and our understanding of the … - Symmetry improvement of 3PI effective actions for O(N) scalar field theory

Author(s): Michael J. Brown and Ian B. WhittinghamN-particle irreducible effective actions (nPIEA) are a powerful tool for extracting nonperturbative and nonequilibrium physics from quantum field theo … - PINGU and the neutrino mass hierarchy: Statistical and systematic aspects

Author(s): F. Capozzi, E. Lisi, and A. MarroneThe proposed PINGU project (Precision IceCube Next Generation Upgrade) is expected to collect O(105) atmospheric muon and electron neutrino events in a fe … - Drell-Yan lepton pair production at NNLO QCD with parton showers

Author(s): Stefan Höche, Ye Li, and Stefan PrestelWe present a simple approach to combine NNLO QCD calculations and parton showers, based on the unlops technique. We apply the method to the computatio … - Extracting the Odderon from pp and pp[over ¯] scattering data

Author(s): András Ster, László Jenkovszky, and Tamás CsörgőStarting from a simple empirical parametrization of the scattering amplitude, successfully describing the dip-bump structure of elastic pp sc … - PeV scale right-handed neutrino dark matter in an S_{4} flavor-symmetric extra U(1) model

Author(s): Yasuhiro Daikoku and Hiroshi OkadaRecent observations of high-energy neutrinos in the IceCube experiment suggests the existence of superheavy dark matter beyond the PeV scale. We identify t … - Post-Planck dark energy constraints

Author(s): Dhiraj Kumar Hazra, Subhabrata Majumdar, Supratik Pal, Sudhakar Panda, and Anjan A. SenWe constrain plausible dark energy models using the recently published cosmic microwave background (CM … - Newton constant, contact terms, and entropy

Author(s): Sergey N. SolodukhinWe discuss the renormalization of the Newton constant due to fields of various spin s. We first briefly review the cases of s=0,1/2,1,3/2 already discussed in the litera … - Horndeski theories self-tuning to a de Sitter vacuum

Author(s): Prado Martín-Moruno, Nelson J. Nunes, and Francisco S. N. LoboWe consider Horndeski cosmological models able to screen the vacuum energy coming from any field theory assuming that after thi … - Magnetic brane solutions of Lovelock gravity with nonlinear electrodynamics

Author(s): Seyed Hossein Hendi, Behzad Eslam Panah, and Shahram PanahiyanIn this paper, we consider logarithmic and exponential forms of nonlinear electrodynamics as a source and obtain magnetic brane … - New estimation method for mass of an isolated neutron star using gravitational waves

Author(s): Kenji Ono, Kazunari Eda, and Yousuke ItohWe investigate the possibility of estimating the mass of an isolated rapidly rotating neutron star (NS) from a continuous gravitational wave (GW) si … - Fluctuating heavy quark energy loss in a strongly coupled quark-gluon plasma

Author(s): W. A. HorowitzResults from an energy loss model that includes thermal fluctuations in the energy loss for heavy quarks in a strongly coupled plasma are shown to be qualitatively consistent … - Search for a light Higgs resonance in radiative decays of the ϒ(1S) with a charm tag

Author(s): J. P. Lees et al. ((BaBar Collaboration))A search is presented for the decay ϒ(1S)→γA0, A0→cc̅ , where A0 is a candidate for the CP-odd Higgs boson of the next-to-minimal supersymmetric sta … - Search for n−n[over ¯] oscillation in Super-Kamiokande

Author(s): K. Abe et al. ((Super-Kamiokande Collaboration))A search for neutron-antineutron (n−n̅ ) oscillation was undertaken in Super-Kamiokande using the 1489 live-day or 2.45×1034 neutron-year exp … - Electroweak naturalness in the three-flavor type I seesaw model and implications for leptogenesis

Author(s): Jackson D. Clarke, Robert Foot, and Raymond R. VolkasIn the type I seesaw model, the naturalness requirement that corrections to the electroweak μ parameter not exceed 1 TeV results in a ro … - Prediction of leptonic CP phase in A_{4} symmetric model

Author(s): Sin Kyu Kang and Morimitsu TanimotoWe consider minimal modifications to the tribimaximal (TBM) mixing matrix which accommodate nonzero mixing angle θ13 and CP violation. We derive four poss … - Parametric instability of classical Yang-Mills fields in a color magnetic background

Author(s): Shoichiro Tsutsui, Hideaki Iida, Teiji Kunihiro, and Akira OhnishiWe investigate instabilities of classical Yang-Mills fields in a time-dependent spatially homogeneous color magnetic backgr … - Fourth post-Newtonian effective one-body dynamics

Author(s): Thibault Damour, Piotr Jaranowski, and Gerhard SchäferThe conservative dynamics of gravitationally interacting two-point-mass systems has been recently determined at the fourth post-Newtoni … - Holography of 3D asymptotically flat black holes

Author(s): Reza Fareghbal and Seyed Morteza HosseiniWe study the asymptotically flat rotating hairy black hole solution of a three-dimensional gravity theory which is given by taking the flat-space li … - Weitzenböck’s torsion, Fermi coordinates, and adapted frames

Author(s): Donato Bini and Bahram MashhoonWe study Weitzenböck’s torsion and discuss its properties. Specifically, we calculate the measured components of Weitzenböck’s torsion tensor for a frame fiel … - Compact binary systems in scalar-tensor gravity. III. Scalar waves and energy flux

Author(s): Ryan N. LangWe derive the scalar waveform generated by a binary of nonspinning compact objects (black holes or neutron stars) in a general class of scalar-tensor theories of gravity. The wa … - Anisotropies in nonthermal distortions of cosmic light from photon-axion conversion

Author(s): Guido D’Amico and Nemanja KaloperUltralight axions which couple sufficiently strongly to photons can leave imprints on the sky at diverse frequencies by mixing with cosmic light in the pres … - Superconformal baryon-meson symmetry and light-front holographic QCD

Author(s): Hans Günter Dosch, Guy F. de Téramond, and Stanley J. BrodskyWe construct an effective QCD light-front Hamiltonian for both mesons and baryons in the chiral limit based on the generalized s … - Axions in gravity with torsion

Author(s): Oscar Castillo-Felisola, Cristóbal Corral, Sergey Kovalenko, Iván Schmidt, and Valery E. LyubovitskijWe study a scenario allowing a solution of the strong charge parity problem via the Pecc … - Gluon and ghost propagators in linear covariant gauges

Author(s): Markus Q. HuberWe compute the gluon and ghost propagators of Yang-Mills theory in linear covariant gauges from the coupled system of Dyson-Schwinger equations. For small values of the gauge … - Search for the decay B^{+}→K[over ¯]^{*0}K^{*+} at Belle

Author(s): Y. M. Goh et al. ((Belle Collaboration))We report a search for the rare charmless decay B+→K̅ *0K*+ using a data sample of 772×106 BB̅ pairs collected at the ϒ(4S) resonance with the Belle … - Probing sensitivity to charged scalars through partial differential widths: τ→Kππν_{τ} decays

Author(s): Nicolas Mileo, Ken Kiers, and Alejandro SzynkmanWe define and test CP-even and CP-odd partial differential widths for the process τ→Kππντ assuming that an intermediate heavy charged scalar … - Current status of the standard model CKM fit and constraints on ΔF=2 new physics

Author(s): J. Charles, O. Deschamps, S. Descotes-Genon, H. Lacker, A. Menzel, S. Monteil, V. Niess, J. Ocariz, J. Orloff, A. Perez, W. Qian, V. Tisserand, K. Trabelsi, P. Urquijo, and L. Vale Silva (( … - Electroweak corrections to the true muonium hyperfine splitting

Author(s): Henry LammIn contrast to other atomic systems, in true muonium (μ+μ−) the leading-order Z boson corrections to the hyperfine splitting are shown to be experimentally accessible in the near … - Global approach to top-quark flavor-changing interactions

Author(s): Gauthier Durieux, Fabio Maltoni, and Cen ZhangWe adopt a fully gauge-invariant effective-field-theory approach for parametrizing top-quark flavor-changing-neutral-current interactions. It a … - Finite-volume matrix elements in multiboson states

Author(s): William Detmold and Michael FlynnWe derive the relations necessary for the extraction of matrix elements of multihadron systems from finite-volume lattice QCD calculations. We focus on syst … - Addressing the LHC flavor anomalies with horizontal gauge symmetries

Author(s): Andreas Crivellin, Giancarlo D’Ambrosio, and Julian HeeckWe study the impact of an additional U(1)′ gauge symmetry with flavor-dependent charges for quarks and leptons on the LHC flavor ano … - Looking for hints of a reconstructible seesaw model at the Large Hadron Collider

Author(s): Gulab Bambhaniya, Srubabati Goswami, Subrata Khan, Partha Konar, and Tanmoy MondalWe study the production of heavy neutrinos at the Large Hadron Collider through the dominant s-channel prod … - Renormalization group invariant of lepton Yukawa couplings

Author(s): Takanao TsuyukiBy using quark Yukawa matrices only, we can construct renormalization invariants that are exact at the one-loop level in the standard model. One of them, Iq, is accidentally … - Gravitational wave detector with cosmological reach

Author(s): Sheila Dwyer, Daniel Sigg, Stefan W. Ballmer, Lisa Barsotti, Nergis Mavalvala, and Matthew EvansTwenty years ago, construction began on the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observato … - Coaxing cosmic 21 cm fluctuations from the polarized sky using m-mode analysis

Author(s): J. Richard Shaw, Kris Sigurdson, Michael Sitwell, Albert Stebbins, and Ue-Li PenIn this paper we continue to develop the m-mode formalism, a technique for efficient and optimal analysis of … - Interacting dark energy: The role of microscopic feedback in the dark sector

Author(s): P. P. AvelinoWe investigate the impact on the classical dynamics of dark matter particles and dark energy of a nonminimal coupling in the dark sector, assuming that the mass of the dark mat … - Natural inflation from near alignment in heterotic string theory

Author(s): Tibra Ali, S. Shajidul Haque, and Vishnu JejjalaWe propose a model for large field inflation in heterotic string theory. The construction applies the near alignment mechanism of Kim, Nilles … - Constraints on the basic parameters of dark matter using the Planck data

Author(s): Yupeng YangDark matter (DM) annihilation or decay can affect the anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background (CMB). Therefore, the CMB data can be used to constrain the properties of a da … - Nonlocal bispectra from super cosmic variance

Author(s): Bekir Baytaş, Aruna Kesavan, Elliot Nelson, Sohyun Park, and Sarah ShanderaWe present examples of non-Gaussian statistics that can induce bispectra matching local and nonlocal (including eq … - How chameleons core dwarfs with cusps

Author(s): Lucas Lombriser and Jorge PeñarrubiaThe presence of a scalar field that couples nonminimally and universally to matter can enhance gravitational forces on cosmological scales while restorin … - Geodesic deviation equation in f(T) gravity

Author(s): F. Darabi, M. Mousavi, and K. AtazadehIn this work, we show that it is possible to study the notion of a geodesic deviation equation in f(T) gravity, in spite of the fact that in teleparall … - Casimir effect with quantized charged spinor matter in background magnetic field

Author(s): Yu. A. SitenkoWe study the influence of a background uniform magnetic field and boundary conditions on the vacuum of a quantized charged spinor matter field confined between two parallel ne … - Possibility of ferromagnetic neutron matter

Author(s): Koji HashimotoWe study ferromagnetism at high density of neutrons in the QCD hadron phase, by using the simplest chiral effective model incorporating magnetic fields and the chiral anomaly. … - Yang-Mills two-point functions in linear covariant gauges

Author(s): A. C. Aguilar, D. Binosi, and J. PapavassiliouIn this paper we use two different but complementary approaches in order to study the ghost propagator of a pure SU(3) Yang-Mills theory quanti … - Erratum: Radion stability and induced, on-brane geometries in an effective scalar-tensor theory of gravity [Phys. Rev. D 88, 123509 (2013)]

Author(s): Sayan Kar, Sayantani Lahiri, and Soumitra SenGupta[Phys. Rev. D 91, 089901] Published Thu Apr 09, 2015 - Experimental parameters for a Cerium 144 based intense electron antineutrino generator experiment at very short baselines

Author(s): J. Gaffiot, T. Lasserre, G. Mention, M. Vivier, M. Cribier, M. Durero, V. Fischer, A. Letourneau, E. Dumonteil, I. S. Saldikov, and G. V. TikhomirovThe standard three-neutrino oscillation p … - Nonzero θ_{13} in SO(3)→A_{4} lepton models

Author(s): Yuval Grossman and Wee Hao NgThe simplest neutrino mass models based on A4 symmetry predict θ13=0 at tree level, a value that contradicts recent data. We study models that arise from the sp … - Quark fragmentation into spin-triplet S-wave quarkonium

Author(s): Geoffrey T. Bodwin, Hee Sok Chung, U-Rae Kim, and Jungil LeeWe compute fragmentation functions for a quark to fragment to a quarkonium through an S-wave spin-triplet heavy quark-antiquark p … - Self-consistent statistical error analysis of ππ scattering

Author(s): R. Navarro Pérez, E. Ruiz Arriola, and J. Ruiz de ElviraWe analyze the conditions under which a statistical error analysis can be carried out in the case of ππ scattering, namely the normal … - Direct numerical solution of the coordinate space Balitsky-Kovchegov equation at next-to-leading order

Author(s): T. Lappi and H. MäntysaariWe present the first numerical solution to the next-to-leading-order Balitsky-Kovchegov equation in coordinate space in the large-Nc limit. In addition to the dipo … - Correlation and localization properties of topological charge density and the pseudoscalar glueball mass in SU(3) lattice Yang-Mills theory

Author(s): Abhishek Chowdhury, A. Harindranath, and Jyotirmoy MaitiIn order to extract continuum properties, we study the topological charge density correlator (TCDC) and the inverse participation rat … - Asymptotically free lattice gauge theory in five dimensions

Author(s): Takuya Kanazawa and Arata YamamotoA lattice formulation of Lifshitz-type gauge theories is presented. While the Lorentz-invariant Yang-Mills theory is not renormalizable in five dimensions, … - Natural supersymmetry without light Higgsinos

Author(s): Timothy Cohen, John Kearney, and Markus A. LutyWe present a mechanism that allows a large Higgsino mass without large fine-tuning. The Higgs is a pseudo-Nambu-Goldstone boson (PNGB) of the … - Natural SUSY with a bino- or wino-like LSP

Author(s): Howard Baer, Vernon Barger, Peisi Huang, Dan Mickelson, Maren Padeffke-Kirkland, and Xerxes TataIn natural supersymmetry models, Higgsinos are always light because μ2 cannot be much larger … - Affleck-Dine baryogenesis after D-term inflation and solutions to the baryon-dark matter coincidence problem

Author(s): Masahiro Kawasaki and Masaki YamadaWe investigate the Affleck-Dine baryogenesis after D-term inflation with a positive Hubble-induced mass term for a B−L flat direction. It stays at a large … - Singular inflation

Author(s): John D. Barrow and Alexander A. H. GrahamWe prove that a homogeneous and isotropic universe containing a scalar field with a power-law potential, V(ϕ)=Aϕn, with 0<n<1 and A>0 alway … - Magnetized relativistic stellar models in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld gravity

Author(s): Hajime SotaniWe consider the structure of the magnetic fields inside the neutron stars in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld (EiBI) gravity. In order to construct the magnetic fields, we derive … - General algorithm for nonrelativistic diffeomorphism invariance

Author(s): Rabin Banerjee, Arpita Mitra, and Pradip MukherjeeAn algorithmic approach towards the formulation of nonrelativistic diffeomorphism invariance has been developed which involves both matter … - Hamiltonian truncation study of the φ^{4} theory in two dimensions

Author(s): Slava Rychkov and Lorenzo G. VitaleWe defend the Fock-space Hamiltonian truncation method, which allows us to calculate numerically the spectrum of strongly coupled quantum field theories, … - Nongeometric F-theory–heterotic duality

Author(s): Jie Gu and Hans JockersIn this work we study the duality between F-theory and the heterotic string beyond the stable degeneration limit in F-theory and large fiber limit in the heterotic th … - Magnetic oscillations in a holographic liquid

Author(s): V. Giangreco M. Puletti, S. Nowling, L. Thorlacius, and T. ZinggWe present a holographic perspective on magnetic oscillations in strongly correlated electron systems via a fluid of charged … - Top quark forward-backward asymmetry at approximate N^{3}LO

Author(s): Nikolaos KidonakisI calculate the top quark forward-backward asymmetry at the Tevatron in both the laboratory frame and the tt̅ rest frame. I show that soft-gluon corrections are the domina … - Determining neutrino oscillation parameters from atmospheric muon neutrino disappearance with three years of IceCube DeepCore data

Author(s): M. G. Aartsen et al. ((IceCube Collaboration))We present a measurement of neutrino oscillations via atmospheric muon neutrino disappearance with three years of data of the completed IceCube … - Recoil correction to the proton finite-size contribution to the Lamb shift in muonic hydrogen

Author(s): Savely G. Karshenboim, Evgeny Yu. Korzinin, Valery A. Shelyuto, and Vladimir G. IvanovThe Lamb shift in muonic hydrogen was measured some time ago to a high accuracy. The theoretical predic … - Meson-exchange currents and quasielastic predictions for charged-current neutrino-^{12}C scattering in the superscaling approach

Author(s): G. D. Megias, T. W. Donnelly, O. Moreno, C. F. Williamson, J. A. Caballero, R. González-Jiménez, A. De Pace, M. B. Barbaro, W. M. Alberico, M. Nardi, and J. E. AmaroWe evaluate and discuss … - Usefulness of effective field theory for boosted Higgs production

Author(s): S. Dawson, I. M. Lewis, and Mao ZengThe Higgs+jet channel at the LHC is sensitive to the effects of new physics both in the total rate and in the transverse momentum distribution at high pT … - Equation of state of quark-gluon matter from lattice QCD with two flavors of twisted mass Wilson fermions

Author(s): Florian Burger, Ernst-Michael Ilgenfritz, Maria Paola Lombardo, and Michael Müller-Preussker ((tmfT Collaboration))We report on lattice QCD results for the thermodynamic equation of state o … - QED corrections to hadronic processes in lattice QCD

Author(s): N. Carrasco, V. Lubicz, G. Martinelli, C. T. Sachrajda, N. Tantalo, C. Tarantino, and M. TestaIn this paper, for the first time to our knowledge, a method is proposed to compute electromagn … - LHC searches for the CP-odd Higgs boson with a jet substructure analysis

Author(s): Ning Chen, Jinmian Li, Yandong Liu, and Zuowei LiuThe LHC searches for the CP-odd Higgs boson A are studied (with masses from 300 GeV to 1 TeV) in the context of the general two-Higgs-doubl …