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Author(s): Amir N. Khan, Douglas W. McKay, and F. TahirWe investigate nonstandard interaction effects in antineutrino-electron scattering experiments with baselines short enough to ignore standard osc … - Matching lattice and continuum four-fermion operators with nonrelativistic QCD and highly improved staggered quarks

Author(s): Christopher Monahan, Elvira Gámiz, Ron Horgan, and Junko Shigemitsu (HPQCD Collaboration)We match continuum and lattice heavy-light four-fermion operators at one loop in perturbation theory … - Distinguishing axions from generic light scalars using electric dipole moment and fifth-force experiments

Author(s): Sonny Mantry, Mario Pitschmann, and Michael J. Ramsey-MusolfWe derive electric dipole moment (EDM) constraints on possible new macroscopic time-reversal and parity-violating (TVPV) spin-dep … - Conventional versus single-ladder-splitting contributions to double parton scattering production of two quarkonia, two Higgs bosons, and cc¯cc¯

Author(s): Jonathan R. Gaunt, Rafał Maciuła, and Antoni SzczurekThe double parton distributions (dPDF), both conventional (i.e. double ladder) and those corresponding to 1→2 ladder splitting, are calc … - Combined large-Nc and heavy-quark operator analysis for the chiral Lagrangian with charmed baryons

Author(s): M. F. M. Lutz, D. Samart, and Y. YanThe chiral SU(3) Lagrangian with charmed baryons of spin JP=1/2+ and JP=3/2+ is analyzed. We consider all counterterms that are relevant at next-to-next- … - Recent ideas on the calculation of lepton anomalous magnetic moments

Author(s): Michael I. EidesWe discuss the recent claim [G. Mishima, arXiv:1311.7109; M. Fael and M. Passera, arXiv:1402.1575 [Phys. Rev. D (to be published)]] about discovery of a nonperturbative quan … - Parametrized post-Friedmann framework for interacting dark energy

Author(s): Yun-He Li, Jing-Fei Zhang, and Xin ZhangDark energy might directly interact with cold dark matter. However, in such a scenario, an early-time large-scale instability occurs occasionally, wh … - Three-dimensional spherical analyses of cosmological spectroscopic surveys

Author(s): Andrina Nicola, Alexandre Refregier, Adam Amara, and Aseem ParanjapeSpectroscopic redshift surveys offer great prospects for constraining the dark sector in cosmology. Future surveys will h … - Systematic errors in the measurement of neutrino masses due to baryonic feedback processes: Prospects for stage IV lensing surveys

Author(s): Aravind Natarajan, Andrew R. Zentner, Nicholas Battaglia, and Hy TracWe examine the importance of baryonic feedback effects on the matter power spectrum on small scales and the implications … - Electric-magnetic duality in linearized Hořava-Lifshitz gravity

Author(s): I. Cortese and J. Antonio GarcíaKnown as a symmetry of vacuum Maxwell equations, the electric-magnetic duality can be lifted actually to a symmetry of an action. The Lagrangian of this acti … - Wiggly tails: A gravitational wave signature of massive fields around black holes

Author(s): Juan Carlos Degollado and Carlos A. R. HerdeiroMassive fields can exist in long-lived configurations around black holes. We examine how the gravitational wave signal of a perturbed black ho … - Jet cleansing: Separating data from secondary collision induced radiation at high luminosity

Author(s): David Krohn, Matthew D. Schwartz, Matthew Low, and Lian-Tao WangOne of the greatest impediments to extracting useful information from high luminosity hadron-collider data is radiation from … - Chiral magnetic and vortical effects in higher dimensions at weak coupling

Author(s): Ho-Ung YeeChiral magnetic effect and chiral vortical effect are parity odd transport phenomena originating from chiral anomaly, and have generalizations to all even dimensional space-time h … - Holographic entanglement entropy and thermodynamic instability of planar R-charged black holes

Author(s): Xing WuThe holographic entanglement entropy of an infinite strip subsystem on the asymptotic anti–de Sitter (AdS) boundary is used as a probe to study the thermodynamic instabilities of pla … - RK and future b→sℓℓ physics beyond the standard model opportunities

Author(s): Gudrun Hiller and Martin SchmaltzFlavor changing neutral current (FCNC) |ΔB|=|ΔS|=1 processes are sensitive to possible new physics at the electroweak scale and beyond, providing detailed i … - Exploring the doubly charged Higgs boson of the left-right symmetric model using vector boson fusionlike events at the LHC

Author(s): Bhaskar Dutta, Ricardo Eusebi, Yu Gao, Tathagata Ghosh, and Teruki KamonThis paper studies the pair production of the doubly charged Higgs boson of the left-right symmetric model using a mu … - Electromagnetic annihilation into charged leptons and scattering off nucleons of spin-3/2 Majorana particles

Author(s): José F. Nieves and Sarira SahuWe compute the cross section for the electromagnetic annihilation into charged leptons, and the electromagnetic scattering off nucleons, of spin-3/2 self-conju … - Collective modes and Kosterlitz-Thouless transition in a magnetic field in the planar Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model

Author(s): Gaoqing Cao, Lianyi He, and Pengfei ZhuangIt is known that a constant magnetic field is a strong catalyst of dynamical chiral symmetry breaking in 2+1 dimensions, leading to generating dyna … - First all-sky search for continuous gravitational waves from unknown sources in binary systems

Author(s): J. Aasi et al. (LIGO Scientific Collaboration and Virgo Collaboration)We present the first results of an all-sky search for continuous gravitational waves from unknown spinning neutron star … - Inferring black hole charge from backscattered electromagnetic radiation

Author(s): Luís C. B. Crispino, Sam R. Dolan, Atsushi Higuchi, and Ednilton S. de OliveiraThe authors find anomalous (nonvanishing) backscattering of electromagnetic flux from charged (Reissner-Nordst … - Generalized phase transitions in Lovelock gravity

Author(s): Xián O. Camanho, José D. Edelstein, Gastón Giribet, and Andrés GomberoffWe investigate a novel mechanism for phase transitions that is a distinctive feature of higher-curvature gravity theo … - Interaction of photons traversing a slowly varying electromagnetic background

Author(s): B. King, P. Böhl, and H. RuhlWhen two electromagnetic fields counterpropagate, they are modified due to mutual interaction via the polarized virtual electron-positron states of the vacuum. … - Properties of the vacuum expectation values in Rξ and general gauge

Author(s): Chungku KimWe have investigated the renormalization group evolution and the perturbative expansion of the vacuum expectation value(VEV) of the Abelian Higgs model both in the Rξ and the gen … - From the unification scale to the weak scale: A self consistent supersymmetric Dine-Fischler-Srednicki-Zhitnitsky axion model

Author(s): Herbi K. Dreiner, Florian Staub, and Lorenzo UbaldiThe distinguishing feature of the Dine–Fischler–Srednicki–Zhitnitsky (DFSZ) axion is that it couples to the electroweak Higgs fields. Ther … - Positronium contribution to the electron g-2

Author(s): M. Fael and M. PasseraThe contribution of positronium to the electron g-2 (ae) has been computed in G. Mishima, arXiv:1311.7109, and found to be of the same order of α as that of five-loop … - Chaotic inflation with curvaton induced running

Author(s): Martin S. SlothWhile dust contamination now appears as a likely explanation of the apparent tension between the recent BICEP2 data and the Planck data, we will here explore the consequences … - Flavored dark matter and the Galactic Center gamma-ray excess

Author(s): Prateek Agrawal, Brian Batell, Dan Hooper, and Tongyan LinThermal relic dark matter particles with a mass of 31–40 GeV that dominantly annihilate to bottom quarks have been shown to provide … - Implications of the B-mode polarization measurement for direct detection of inflationary gravitational waves

Author(s): Sachiko Kuroyanagi, Shinji Tsujikawa, Takeshi Chiba, and Naoshi SugiyamaThe prospects for direct measurements of inflationary gravitational waves by next generation interferometric detector … - CMB constraints on mass and coupling constant of light pseudoscalar particles

Author(s): Damian Ejlli and Alexander D. DolgovTransformation of cosmic microwave background photons into light pseudoscalar particles at the post-big-bang-nucleosynthesis epoch is considered. Using t … - Mimicking acceleration in the constant-bang-time Lemaître-Tolman model: Shell crossings, density distributions, and light cones

Author(s): Andrzej KrasińskiThe Lemaître–Tolman model with Λ=0 and constant bang time that imitates the luminosity distance–redshift relation of the ΛCDM model using the energy function E alone contai … - Charged dilatonic black rings and black saturns and their thermodynamics

Author(s): Saskia GrunauIn this paper charged black rings and black saturns are constructed in Einstein-Maxwell-dilaton theory in five dimensions. The neutral black ring and black saturn solutions are … - Generalized dyons and magnetic dipoles: The issue of angular momentum

Author(s): Francisco Navarro-Lérida, Eugen Radu, and D. H. TchrakianIt is known that a non-Abelian magnetic monopole cannot rotate globally (although it may possess a nonzero angular momentum density) … - Derivative interactions for a spin-2 field at cubic order

Author(s): Xian GaoLorentz invariant derivative interactions for a single spin-2 field are investigated, up to the cubic order. We start from the most general Lorentz invariant terms involving two spa … - Decay of graviton condensates and their generalizations in arbitrary dimensions

Author(s): Florian Kühnel and Bo SundborgClassicalons are self-bound classical field configurations, which include black holes in general relativity. In quantum theory, they are described by condensat … - Rotating protoneutron stars: Spin evolution, maximum mass, and I-Love-Q relations

Author(s): Grégoire Martinon, Andrea Maselli, Leonardo Gualtieri, and Valeria FerrariShortly after its birth in a gravitational collapse, a protoneutron star enters in a phase of quasistationary evolu … - Muon magnetic moment and the pseudo-Goldstone Higgs boson

Author(s): Oleg Antipin, Stefania De Curtis, Michele Redi, and Carlotta SaccoWe compute the correction to the muon magnetic moment in theories where the Higgs is a pseudo-Goldstone boson and leptons a … - Dynamical sectors for a spinning particle in AdS3

Author(s): Carles Batlle, Joaquim Gomis, Kiyoshi Kamimura, and Jorge ZanelliWe consider the dynamics of a particle of mass M and spin J in AdS3. The study reveals the presence of different dynamical s … - Coy dark matter and the anomalous magnetic moment

Author(s): Andi Hektor and Luca MarzolaCoy dark matter removes the tension between the traditional WIMP paradigm of dark matter and the latest exclusion bounds from direct detection experiments. In th … - Quark structure of the X(3872) and χb(3P) resonances

Author(s): J. Ferretti, G. Galatà, and E. SantopintoWe discuss the nature of the χb(3P) and X(3872) mesons. Are the χb(3P)’s standard bb¯ mesons or bb¯ states with a significative continuum component? … - Higgs-boson production through gluon fusion at NNLO QCD with parton showers

Author(s): Stefan Höche, Ye Li, and Stefan PrestelWe discuss how the UN2LOPS scheme for matching next-to-next-to-leading order (NNLO) calculations to parton showers can be applied to processes with la … - Effect of fluctuations on the QCD critical point in a finite volume

Author(s): Ralf-Arno Tripolt, Jens Braun, Bertram Klein, and Bernd-Jochen SchaeferWe investigate the effect of a finite volume on the critical behavior of the theory of the strong interaction, Quantum … - Azimuthal quadrupole correlation from gluon interference in 200 GeV and 7 TeV p+p collisions

Author(s): R. L. RayThe Balitskii-Fadin-Kuraev-Lipatov multi-Pomeron model of Levin and Rezaeian, with extension to the gluon saturation region, is applied to long-range pseudorapidity correlations on … - Invisible Higgs decay width versus dark matter direct detection cross section in Higgs portal dark matter models

Author(s): Seungwon Baek, P. Ko, and Wan-Il ParkThe correlation between the invisible Higgs branching ratio (Bhinv) versus dark matter (DM) direct detection cross section (σpSI) in Higgs portal single … - Application of the light-front coupled-cluster method to ϕ4 theory in two dimensions

Author(s): Blair Elliott, Sophia S. Chabysheva, and John R. HillerAs a first numerical application of the light-front coupled-cluster (LFCC) method, we consider the odd-parity massive eigenstate of ϕ1 … - Estimating nonlinear QCD effects in ultrahigh energy neutrino events at IceCube

Author(s): V. P. Gonçalves and D. R. GratieriThe number of ultrahigh energy events at IceCube is estimated, for the first time, taking into account nonlinear QCD effects in the neutrino-hadron cross s … - Dynamics of dark energy in the gravitational fields of matter inhomogeneities

Author(s): Bohdan Novosyadlyj, Yurij Kulinich, and Maksym TsizhWe study the dynamical properties and space distribution of dark energy in the weak and strong gravitational fields caused by inhomogenei … - Riemann-Eddington theory: Incorporating matter, degravitating the cosmological constant

Author(s): Durmuş Ali DemirHere we show that Eddington’s pure affine gravity, when extended with Riemann curvature, leads to gravitational field equations that incorporate matter. This Riemanned Eddin … - P-V criticality of higher dimensional charged topological dilaton de Sitter black holes

Author(s): Hui-Hua Zhao, Li-Chun Zhang, Meng-Sen Ma, and Ren ZhaoThere are both the black hole horizon and the cosmological horizon for the charged topological dilaton de Sitter spacetime. The thermod … - Holographic dual of a Hawking pair has a wormhole

Author(s): Kristan Jensen, Andreas Karch, and Brandon RobinsonIn previous work, two of us constructed the holographic dual of a single Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) pair in maximally supersymmetric Ya … - Tidal disruption of a star in the Schwarzschild spacetime: Relativistic effects in the return rate of debris

Author(s): Roseanne M. Cheng and Tamara BogdanovićMotivated by an improved multiwavelength observational coverage of the transient sky, we investigate the importance of relativistic effects in disrupt … - N=1 duality in the chiral limit from N=2 duality

Author(s): M. Shifman and A. YungWe study a deformation of N=2 supersymmetric QCD with a U(N) gauge group and Nf number of quark flavors induced by the mass term μ for the adjoint matter which breaks … - Gauge fields as Goldstone bosons triggered by spontaneously broken supersymmetry

Author(s): J. L. ChkareuliThe emergent gauge theories are reconsidered in light of supersymmetry and an appropriate emergence conjecture is formulated. Accordingly, it might be expected that only glob … - Generating function for web diagrams

Author(s): A. A. VladimirovWe present the description of the exponentiated diagrams in terms of generating function within the universal diagrammatic technique. In particular, we show the exponentiati … - Implications of the primordial anisotropy for a scalar field with nonminimal kinetic coupling

Author(s): Amir GhaleeWe consider a scalar field with a kinetic term nonminimally coupled to gravity in an anisotropic background. Various potentials for the scalar field are considered. By explicit e … - Addentum to: Conformal invariance and near-extreme rotating AdS black holes

Author(s): Tolga Birkandan and Mirjam CvetičWe obtained retarded Green’s functions for massless scalar fields in the background of near-extreme, near-horizon rotating charged black hole of five-dimens … - Interpreting Zc(3900) and Zc(4025)/Zc(4020) as charged tetraquark states

Author(s): Chengrong Deng, Jialun Ping, Hongxia Huang, and Fan WangIn the framework of the color flux-tube model with a four-body confinement potential, the lowest charged tetraquark states [Qq][Q¯′q¯ ... - Finite volume effects in the chiral extrapolation of baryon masses

Author(s): M. F. M. Lutz, R. Bavontaweepanya, C. Kobdaj, and K. SchwarzWe perform an analysis of the QCD lattice data on the baryon octet and decuplet masses based on the relativistic chiral Lagrangia … - Dark matter searches in the mono-Z channel at high energy e+e- colliders

Author(s): Zhao-Huan Yu, Xiao-Jun Bi, Qi-Shu Yan, and Peng-Fei YinWe explore the mono-Z signature for dark matter searches at future high energy e+e- colliders. In the context of effective field theor … - Testing SUSY models for the muon g-2 anomaly via chargino-neutralino pair production at the LHC

Author(s): Siba Prasad Das, Monoranjan Guchait, and D. P. RoyNonuniversal gaugino mass models can naturally account for the dark matter relic density via the bulk annihilation process with relatively … - CP violation in bilinear R-parity violation and its consequences for the early universe

Author(s): Asma Chériguène, Werner Porod, and Stefan LieblerSupersymmetric models with bilinear R-parity violation (BRpV) provide a framework for neutrino masses and mixing angles to explain neutrino … - Constraints on axion-nucleon coupling constants from measuring the Casimir force between corrugated surfaces

Author(s): V. B. Bezerra, G. L. Klimchitskaya, V. M. Mostepanenko, and C. RomeroWe obtain stronger laboratory constraints on the coupling constants of axion-like particles to nucleons from measurement … - Prospects for intermediate mass black hole binary searches with advanced gravitational-wave detectors

Author(s): G. Mazzolo, F. Salemi, M. Drago, V. Necula, C. Pankow, G. A. Prodi, V. Re, V. Tiwari, G. Vedovato, I. Yakushin, and S. KlimenkoWe estimated the sensitivity of the upcoming advanced ground-b … - Bianchi type I expanding universe in Weyl-invariant massive gravity

Author(s): W. F. Kao and Ing-Chen LinWe will study the cosmological evolutions of a Weyl-invariant de Rham, Gabadadze, and Tolley (dRGT) massive gravity theory with a general fiducial metric. In the u … - Covariantizing the interaction between dark energy and dark matter

Author(s): Valerio Faraoni, James B. Dent, and Emmanuel N. SaridakisCoupling dark energy and dark matter through an effective fluid description is a very common procedure in cosmology; however, it alw … - Cosmological perturbations in hybrid loop quantum cosmology: Mukhanov-Sasaki variables

Author(s): Laura Castelló Gomar, Mikel Fernández-Méndez, Guillermo A. Mena Marugán, and Javier OlmedoWe study cosmological perturbations in the framework of loop quantum cosmology, using a hybrid quan … - First stage of LISA data processing: Clock synchronization and arm-length determination via a hybrid-extended Kalman filter

Author(s): Yan Wang, Gerhard Heinzel, and Karsten DanzmannIn this paper, we describe a hybrid-extended Kalman filter algorithm to synchronize the clocks and to precisely determine the interspacecraft … - Schrödinger models for solutions of the Bethe-Salpeter equation in Minkowski space. II. Fermionic bound-state constituents

Author(s): Richard L. Hall and Wolfgang LuchaIn view of the obstacles encountered in any attempts to solve the Minkowski-space Bethe-Salpeter equation for bound states of two fermions, we study the po … - N=4 supersymmetry on a space-time lattice

Author(s): Simon Catterall, David Schaich, Poul H. Damgaard, Thomas DeGrand, and Joel GiedtMaximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills theory in four dimensions can be formulated on a space-time lattice while … - Measurement of Collins asymmetries in inclusive production of charged pion pairs in e+e- annihilation at BABAR

Author(s): J. P. Lees et al. (BABAR Collaboration)We present measurements of Collins asymmetries in the inclusive process e+e-→ππX, where π stands for charged pions, at a center-of-mass energy of 10.6 … - Measurement of the Higgs boson mass from the H→γγ and H→ZZ*→4ℓ channels in pp collisions at center-of-mass energies of 7 and 8 TeV with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)An improved measurement of the mass of the Higgs boson is derived from a combined fit to the reconstructed invariant mass spectra of the decay channels H→ … - Telescoping jets: Probing hadronic event structure with multiple R’s

Author(s): Yang-Ting ChienJets at high energy colliders are complicated objects to identify. Even if jets are widely separated, there is no reason to define jets with the same size. A single reconstru … - Gauge-fixing on the lattice via orbifolding

Author(s): Dhagash Mehta, Noah S. Daleo, Jonathan D. Hauenstein, and Christopher SeatonWhen fixing a covariant gauge, most popularly the Landau gauge, on the lattice, one encounters the Neuberger 0/0 … - Higgs boson as a top-mode pseudo-Nambu-Goldstone boson

Author(s): Hidenori S. Fukano, Masafumi Kurachi, Shinya Matsuzaki, and Koichi YamawakiIn the spirit of the top-quark condensation, we propose a model which has a naturally light composite Higgs boson, … - AMS-02 data confront acceleration of cosmic ray secondaries in nearby sources

Author(s): Philipp Mertsch and Subir SarkarWe revisit the model proposed earlier to account for the observed increase in the positron fraction in cosmic rays with increasing energy, in the light of ne … - Constraints on a charge in the Reissner-Nordström metric for the black hole at the Galactic Center

Author(s): Alexander F. ZakharovUsing an algebraic condition of vanishing discriminant for multiple roots of fourth-degree polynomials, we derive an analytical expression of a shadow size as a functio … - First axion results from the XENON100 experiment

Author(s): E. Aprile et al. (XENON100 Collaboration)Axions, particles predicted by many favored extensions of the standard model, are stringently constrained by the latest results from XENON100. Axion … - Parametrizing the transition to the phantom epoch with supernovae Ia and standard rulers

Author(s): Iker Leanizbarrutia and Diego Sáez-GómezThe reconstruction of a (non)canonical scalar field Lagrangian from the dark energy equation of state (EOS) parameter is studied, where it is shown t … - Dark matter stability without new symmetries

Author(s): Oscar Catà and Alejandro IbarraThe stability of dark matter is normally achieved by imposing extra symmetries beyond those of the Standard Model of particle physics. In this paper we presen … - Superradiance and flux conservation

Author(s): Petarpa Boonserm, Tritos Ngampitipan, and Matt VisserThe theoretical foundations of the phenomenon known as superradiance still continue to attract considerable attention. Despite many vali … - Grand rip and grand bang/crunch cosmological singularities

Author(s): L. Fernández-JambrinaThe present accelerated expansion of the Universe has enriched the list of possible scenarios for its fate, singular or not. In this paper a unifying framework for anal … - Neutrino magnetic moment, CP violation, and flavor oscillations in matter

Author(s): Y. Pehlivan, A. B. Balantekin, and Toshitaka KajinoWe consider collective oscillations of neutrinos, which are emergent nonlinear flavor evolution phenomena instigated by neutrino-neutrino … - Anisotropic shear viscosity of a strongly coupled non-Abelian plasma from magnetic branes

Author(s): R. Critelli, S. I. Finazzo, M. Zaniboni, and J. NoronhaRecent estimates for the electromagnetic fields produced in the early stages of noncentral ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions indi … - Measurement of the electric charge of the top quark in tt¯ events

Author(s): V. M. Abazov et al. (D0 Collaboration)We present a measurement of the electric charge of top quarks using tt¯ events produced in pp¯ collisions at the Tevatron. The analysis is based on ful … - Low-mass vector-meson production at forward rapidity in p+p collisions at s=200 GeV

Author(s): A. Adare et al. (PHENIX Collaboration)The PHENIX experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider has measured low-mass vector-meson, ω, ρ, and ϕ, production through the dimuon decay chann … - N3LO Higgs boson and Drell-Yan production at threshold: The one-loop two-emission contribution

Author(s): Ye Li, Andreas von Manteuffel, Robert M. Schabinger, and Hua Xing ZhuIn this paper, we study phenomenologically interesting soft radiation distributions in massless QCD. Specifically, we co … - Heavy quarkonium wave functions at the origin and excited heavy quarkonium production via top quark decays at the LHC

Author(s): Qi-Li Liao and Guo-Ya XieThe value of the quarkonium wave function at the origin is an important quantity for studying many physical problems concerning a heavy quarkonium. This is because … - LHC search for di-Higgs decays of stoponium and other scalars in events with two photons and two bottom jets

Author(s): Nilanjana Kumar and Stephen P. MartinWe study the prospects for LHC discovery of a narrow resonance that decays to two Higgs bosons, using the final state of two photons and two bottom jets … - Bayesian naturalness of the CMSSM and CNMSSM

Author(s): Doyoun Kim, Peter Athron, Csaba Balázs, Benjamin Farmer, and Elliot HutchisonThe recent discovery of the 125.5 GeV Higgs boson at the LHC has fueled interest in the next-to-minimal supersym … - Constraints on ultralight scalar dark matter from pulsar timing

Author(s): N. K. Porayko and K. A. PostnovWe perform a Bayesian analysis of pulsar-timing residuals from the NANOGrav pulsar-timing array to search for a specific form of stochastic narrow-band signal … - Mixing of spherical and spheroidal modes in perturbed Kerr black holes

Author(s): Emanuele Berti and Antoine KleinThe angular dependence of the gravitational radiation emitted in compact binary mergers and gravitational collapse is usually separated using spin-weighted s … - Octet-baryon axial-vector charges and SU(3)-breaking effects in the semileptonic hyperon decays

Author(s): T. Ledwig, J. Martin Camalich, L. S. Geng, and M. J. Vicente VacasThe octet-baryon axial-vector charges and the g1/f1 ratios measured in the semileptonic hyperon decays are studied up to O( … - Modified model of top quark condensation

Author(s): M. A. ZubkovWe develop the modification of the top-quark condensation scenario, in which the Higgs boson is composed of all Standard Model fermions. Within this scenario, we suggest the phe … - Quadrupole moments of rapidly rotating compact objects in dilatonic Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet theory

Author(s): Burkhard Kleihaus, Jutta Kunz, and Sindy MojicaWe consider rapidly rotating black holes and neutron stars in dilatonic Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet (EGBd) theory and determine their quadrupole mom … - Arm locking for space-based laser interferometry gravitational wave observatories

Author(s): Yinan Yu, Shawn Mitryk, and Guido MuellerLaser frequency stabilization is a critical part of the interferometry measurement system of space-based gravitational wave observatories such as th … - Decoherence and degradation of squeezed states in quantum filter cavities

Author(s): P. Kwee, J. Miller, T. Isogai, L. Barsotti, and M. EvansSqueezed states of light have been successfully employed in interferometric gravitational-wave detectors to reduce quantum noise, thu … - Matter creation in a nonsingular bouncing cosmology

Author(s): Jerome Quintin, Yi-Fu Cai, and Robert H. BrandenbergerWe examine reheating in the two-field matter bounce cosmology. In this model, the Universe evolves from a matter-dominated phase of con … - Scalar field excited around a rapidly rotating black hole in Chern-Simons modified gravity

Author(s): Kohkichi Konno and Rohta TakahashiWe discuss a Chern-Simons (CS) scalar field around a rapidly rotating black hole in dynamical CS modified gravity. The CS correction can be obtained pertur … - One-loop functional renormalization group flow of scalar theories with electroweak symmetry

Author(s): Mahmoud SafariUsing functional renormalization methods, we study the one-loop renormalization group evolution of theories with four scalars, at second order in the derivative expansion, in … - Classical and quantum effective theories

Author(s): Janos PolonyiA generalization of the action principle of classical mechanics, motivated by the closed time path scheme of quantum field theory, is presented to deal with initial condition p … - M5-branes in AdS4×Q1,1,1 spacetime

Author(s): De-Sheng Li, Zheng-Wen Liu, Jun-Bao Wu, and Bin ChenIn this paper, we study the M5-brane configurations in AdS4×Q1,1,1 spacetime. We consider the configurations with an AdS2 factor embeddin …