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Author(s): Pavel Fileviez Perez, Clara Murgui, and Sebastian OhmerWe propose a simple left-right symmetric theory where the neutrino masses are generated at the quantum level. In this context the neut … - Study of excited Ξ_{c} states decaying into Ξ_{c}^{0} and Ξ_{c}^{+} baryons

Author(s): J. Yelton et al. (Belle Collaboration)Using a data sample of 980 fb^{−1} of e^{+}e^{−} annihilation data taken with the Belle detector operating at the KEKB asymmetric-energy e^{+}e^{−} co … - Renormalization scheme dependence in a QCD cross section

Author(s): Farrukh Chishtie, D. G. C. McKeon, and T. N. SherryThe zero to four loop contribution to the cross section R_{e^{+}e^{−}} for e^{+}e^{−}→ hadrons, when combined with the renormalization gro … - Four-body Dalitz plot contribution to the radiative corrections in K_{l3}^{0} decays and its role in the determination of |V_{us} |

Author(s): M. Neri, A. Martínez, C. Juárez-León, J. J. Torres, and Rubén Flores-MendietaThe four-body contribution of the model-independent radiative corrections to the Dalitz plot of the semileptonic … - η^{′} transition form factor from space- and timelike experimental data

Author(s): R. Escribano, S. Gonzàlez-Solís, P. Masjuan, and P. Sanchez-PuertasThe η^{′} transition form factor is reanalyzed in view of the recent first observation by BESIII of the Dalitz decay η^{′} … - Challenges for models with composite states

Author(s): James M. Cline, Weicong Huang, and Guy D. MooreComposite states of electrically charged and QCD-colored hyperquarks (HQs) in a confining SU(N_{HC}) hypercolor gauge sector are a plausible e … - New improved massive gravity and three-dimensional spacetimes of constant curvature and constant torsion

Author(s): Tekin Dereli and Cem YetişmişoğluWe derive the field equations for topologically massive gravity coupled with the most general quadratic curvature terms using the language of exterior diffe … - Free-fall frame black hole in gravity’s rainbow

Author(s): Jun Tao, Peng Wang, and Haitang YangDoubly special relativity (DSR) is an effective model for encoding quantum gravity in flat spacetime. To incorporate DSR into general relativity, one cou … - Phase transition and critical phenomena of black holes: A general approach

Author(s): Abhijit Mandal, Saurav Samanta, and Bibhas Ranjan MajhiWe present a general framework to study the phase transition of a black hole. Assuming that there is a phase transition, it is shown t … - Analytic three-loop static potential

Author(s): Roman N. Lee, Alexander V. Smirnov, Vladimir A. Smirnov, and Matthias SteinhauserWe present analytic results for the three-loop static potential of two heavy quarks. The analytic calculatio … - Strong decays of the X(2500) newly observed by the BESIII Collaboration

Author(s): Ting-Ting Pan, Qi-Fang Lü, En Wang, and De-Min LiBasing on the observation of a new J^{PC}=0^{−+} state, X(2500), in the partial wave analysis of the decay J/ψ→γX→γϕϕ performed by the BESII … - Towards resolving strongly-interacting dark sectors at colliders

Author(s): Christoph Englert, Karl Nordström, and Michael SpannowskyDark sectors with strong interactions have received considerable interest. Assuming the existence of a minimally coupled dark sector … - Lorentz-violating spinor electrodynamics and Penning traps

Author(s): Yunhua Ding and V. Alan KosteleckýThe prospects are explored for testing Lorentz- and CPT-violating quantum electrodynamics in experiments with Penning traps. We present the Lagrange densit … - Low energy signatures of nonlocal field theories

Author(s): Alessio Belenchia, Dionigi M. T. Benincasa, Eduardo Martín-Martínez, and Mehdi SaravaniThe response of inertial particle detectors coupled to a scalar field satisfying nonlocal dynamics des … - Robust likelihoods for inflationary gravitational waves from maps of cosmic microwave background polarization

Author(s): Eric R. Switzer and Duncan J. WattsThe B-mode polarization of the cosmic microwave background provides a unique window into tensor perturbations from inflationary gravitational waves. Surve … - Gravitational waveforms from binary neutron star mergers with high-order weighted-essentially-nonoscillatory schemes in numerical relativity

Author(s): Sebastiano Bernuzzi and Tim DietrichThe theoretical modeling of gravitational waveforms from binary neutron star mergers requires precise numerical relativity simulations. Assessing converg … - First law of entanglement entropy in topologically massive gravity

Author(s): Long Cheng, Ling-Yan Hung, Si-Nong Liu, and Hong-Zhe ZhouIn this paper we explore the validity of the first law of entanglement entropy in the context of topologically massive gravity (TMG) … - Generalized relativistic kinematics in Poincaré-invariant models

Author(s): B. Ivetić, S. Mignemi, and A. SamsarovAssuming the validity of the relativity principle, we discuss the implications on relativistic kinematics of a deformation of the Poincaré invariance t … - Higher dimensional generalization of the Buchdahl-Vaidya-Tikekar model for a supercompact star

Author(s): Avas Khugaev, Naresh Dadhich, and Alfred MolinaWe obtain higher-dimensional solutions for a supercompact star for the Buchdahl-Vaidya-Tikekar metric ansatz. In particular, Vaidya and Tikeka … - Gyroscope precession along bound equatorial plane orbits around a Kerr black hole

Author(s): Donato Bini, Andrea Geralico, and Robert T. JantzenThe precession of a test gyroscope along stable bound equatorial plane orbits around a Kerr black hole is analyzed, and the precession ang … - Nonrelativistic Chern-Simons theories and three-dimensional Hořava-Lifshitz gravity

Author(s): Jelle Hartong, Yang Lei, and Niels A. ObersWe show that certain three-dimensional Hořava-Lifshitz gravity theories can be written as Chern-Simons gauge theories on various nonrelativistic a … - Nonthermal axion dark radiation and constraints

Author(s): Anupam Mazumdar, Saleh Qutub, and Ken’ichi SaikawaThe Peccei-Quinn mechanism presents a neat solution to the strong CP problem. As a by-product, it provides an ideal dark matter candidate, … - Stability of SU(N_{c} ) QCD_{3} from the ϵ-expansion

Author(s): Hart Goldman and Michael MulliganQCD with gauge group SU(N_{c}) flows to an interacting conformal fixed point in three spacetime dimensions when the number of four-component Dirac fermions … - Generation of circular polarization of gamma ray bursts

Author(s): S. Batebi, R. Mohammadi, R. Ruffini, S. Tizchang, and S.-S. XueThe generation of the circular polarization of gamma ray burst (GRB) photons is discussed in this paper via their interactions … - Publisher’s Note: Observing gravitational-wave transient GW150914 with minimal assumptions [Phys. Rev. D 93, 122004 (2016)]

Author(s): B. P. Abbott et al. (LIGO Scientific Collaboration and Virgo Collaboration)[Phys. Rev. D 94, 069903] Published Thu Sep 22, 2016 - Neutrinophilic nonstandard interactions

Author(s): Yasaman Farzan and Julian HeeckWe construct UV-complete models for nonstandard neutrino interactions mediated by a sub-GeV gauge boson Z^{′} coupled to baryon number B or B−L. A flavor-depe … - Dibaryons with two strange quarks and one heavy flavor in a constituent quark model

Author(s): Aaron Park, Woosung Park, and Su Houng LeeWe investigate the symmetry property and the stability of dibaryons containing two strange quarks and one heavy flavor with isospin I=1/2. We const … - Suppressed B→PV CP asymmetry: CPT constraint

Author(s): J. H. Alvarenga Nogueira, I. Bediaga, T. Frederico, P. C. Magalhães, and J. Molina RodriguezCharge parity asymmetry in charmless B meson decays is a key issue to be understood. Many theoret … - Indirect detection constraints on s- and t-channel simplified models of dark matter

Author(s): Linda M. Carpenter, Russell Colburn, Jessica Goodman, and Tim LindenRecent Fermi-LAT observations of dwarf spheroidal galaxies in the Milky Way have placed strong limits on the gamma-ray fl … - Erratum: Heavy-to-light semileptonic decays of Λ_{b} and Λ_{c} baryons in the covariant confined quark model [Phys. Rev. D 90, 114033 (2014)]

Author(s): Thomas Gutsche, Mikhail A. Ivanov, Jürgen G. Körner, Valery E. Lyubovitskij, and Pietro Santorelli[Phys. Rev. D 94, 059902] Published Wed Sep 21, 2016 - Curvaton scenarios with inflaton decays into curvatons

Author(s): Christian T. Byrnes, Marina Cortês, and Andrew R. LiddleWe consider the possible decay of the inflaton into curvaton particles during reheating and analyze its effect on curvaton scenarios. … - Bowen-York-type initial data for binaries with neutron stars

Author(s): Michael Clark and Pablo LagunaA new approach to construct initial data for binary systems with neutron star components is introduced. The approach is a generalization of the puncture initia … - Constraint on ghost-free bigravity from gravitational Cherenkov radiation

Author(s): Rampei Kimura, Takahiro Tanaka, Kazuhiro Yamamoto, and Yasuho YamashitaWe investigate gravitational Cherenkov radiation in a healthy branch of background solutions in the ghost-free bigravi … - Simple inflationary quintessential model. II. Power law potentials

Author(s): Jaume de Haro, Jaume Amorós, and Supriya PanThe present work is a sequel of our previous work [Phys. Rev. D 93, 084018 (2016)] which depicted a simple version of an inflationary quintessent … - Scale invariance of parity-invariant three-dimensional QED

Author(s): Nikhil Karthik and Rajamani NarayananWe present numerical evidences using overlap fermions for a scale-invariant behavior of parity-invariant three-dimensional QED with two flavors of massl … - Topologically massive gravity with extended supersymmetry

Author(s): Frederik Lauf and Ivo SachsWe describe the construction of 2+1-dimensional toplogically massive anti–de Sitter gravity with N-extended supersymmetry in superspace by means of introducing a … - Anisotropic cubic curvature couplings

Author(s): Quentin G. BaileyTo complement recent work on tests of spacetime symmetry in gravity, cubic curvature couplings are studied using an effective field theory description of spacetime-symmetry … - Massless sector of AdS_{3} superstrings: A geometric interpretation

Author(s): Andrea Fontanella and Alessandro TorrielliWe study the recently discovered q-deformed Poincaré supersymmetry of the AdS_{3}/CFT_{2} integrable massless scattering, and demonstrate how the S … - Solar neutrino measurements in Super-Kamiokande-IV

Author(s): K. Abe et al. (Super-Kamiokande Collaboration)After important upgrades to the experiment, the Super-Kamiokande collaboration returns to measuring the solar mixing angle and the mass splitti … - Theoretical estimate on tensor-polarization asymmetry in proton-deuteron Drell-Yan process

Author(s): S. Kumano and Qin-Tao SongTensor-polarized parton distribution functions are new quantities in spin-1 hadrons such as the deuteron, and they could probe new quark-gluon dynamics in hadron a … - LHCb pentaquarks as a baryon-ψ(2S) bound state: Prediction of isospin-3/2 pentaquarks with hidden charm

Author(s): Irina A. Perevalova, Maxim V. Polyakov, and Peter SchweitzerThe pentaquark P_{c}^{+}(4450) recently discovered by the LHCb has been interpreted as a bound state of Ψ(2S) and a nucleon. The … - B and B_{s} meson spectroscopy

Author(s): Stephen Godfrey, Kenneth Moats, and Eric S. SwansonProperties of bottom and bottom-strange mesons are computed in two relativized quark models. Model masses and wave functions are used to p … - Interpretation of axial resonances in J/ψ−ϕ at the LHCb

Author(s): L. Maiani, A. D. Polosa, and V. RiquerWe suggest that the J/ψϕ structures observed by LHCb can be fitted in two tetraquak multiplets, the S-wave ground state and the first radial excitation … - Interplay of infrared divergences and gauge dependence of the effective potential

Author(s): J. R. Espinosa, M. Garny, and T. KonstandinThe perturbative effective potential suffers infrared (IR) divergences in gauges with massless Goldstones in their minima (like the Landau or Ferm … - CP-odd invariants for multi-Higgs models: Applications with discrete symmetry

Author(s): Ivo de Medeiros Varzielas, Stephen F. King, Christoph Luhn, and Thomas NederCP-odd invariants provide a basis independent way of studying the CP properties of Lagrangians. We propose powerf … - Publisher’s Note: Heavy Higgs boson coupled to vectorlike quarks: Strong CP problem and search prospects at the 14 TeV LHC [Phys. Rev. D 94, 015027 (2016)]

Author(s): Alexandre Alves, Daniel A. Camargo, and Alex G. Dias[Phys. Rev. D 94, 059901] Published Tue Sep 20, 2016 - Cosmological constraints on dark matter annihilation and decay: Cross-correlation analysis of the extragalactic γ-ray background and cosmic shear

Author(s): Masato Shirasaki, Oscar Macias, Shunsaku Horiuchi, Satoshi Shirai, and Naoki YoshidaWe derive constraints on dark matter (DM) annihilation cross section and decay lifetime from cross-correl … - Observable cosmological vector mode in the dark ages

Author(s): Shohei SagaThe second-order vector mode is inevitably induced from the coupling of first-order scalar modes in cosmological perturbation theory and might hinder a possible detection of prim … - Non-Abelian cosmic strings in de Sitter and anti–de Sitter space

Author(s): Antônio de Pádua Santos and Eugênio R. Bezerra de MelloIn this paper we investigate the non-Abelian cosmic string in de Sitter and anti–de Sitter spacetimes. In order to do that we construc … - An exact solution for the Hawking effect in a dispersive fluid

Author(s): T. G. PhilbinWe consider the wave equation for sound in a moving fluid with a fourth-order anomalous dispersion relation. The velocity of the fluid is a linear function of position, giving … - Vainshtein mechanism in massive gravity nonlinear sigma models

Author(s): Katsuki Aoki and Shuntaro MizunoWe study the stability of the Vainshtein screening solution of massive gravity/bigravity based on the massive nonlinear sigma model as the effective action i … - Asymptotically anti–de Sitter Proca stars

Author(s): Miguel Duarte and Richard BritoWe show that complex, massive spin-1 fields minimally coupled to Einstein’s gravity with a negative cosmological constant, admit asymptotically anti–de Sitter … - Impact of nonlinear effective interactions on group field theory quantum gravity condensates

Author(s): Andreas G. A. Pithis, Mairi Sakellariadou, and Petar TomovWe present the numerical analysis of effectively interacting group field theory models in the context of the group field theory qua … - Role of the spin connection in quantum Hall effect: A perspective from geometric quantization

Author(s): Dimitra Karabali and V. P. NairThe topological terms of the bulk effective action for the integer quantum Hall effect, capturing the dynamics of gauge and gravitational fluctuations, reveal … - Critical scaling in the large-N O(N) model in higher dimensions and its possible connection to quantum gravity

Author(s): P. MatiThe critical scaling of the large-N O(N) model in higher dimensions using the exact renormalization group equations has been studied, motivated by the recently found nontrivial fixed … - Shear viscosity to entropy density ratio in higher derivative gravity with momentum dissipation

Author(s): Yi-Li Wang and Xian-Hui GeWe investigate η/s in the linear scalar field modified Gauss-Bonnet theory that breaks translation invariance. We first calculate η/s both analytically and numeric … - Search for top squarks in final states with one isolated lepton, jets, and missing transverse momentum in sqrt[s] =13 TeV pp collisions with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): M. Aaboud et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)The results of a search for the top squark, the supersymmetric partner of the top quark, in final states with one isolated electron or muon, jets, and … - Precision of a data-driven estimate of hadronic light-by-light scattering in the muon g−2: Pseudoscalar-pole contribution

Author(s): Andreas NyffelerWithin a dispersive approach to hadronic light-by-light scattering in the muon g−2, the evaluation of the numerically dominant pseudoscalar-pole contribution involves the ps … - Nonstandard interactions and resolving the ordering of neutrino masses at DUNE and other long baseline experiments

Author(s): Mehedi Masud and Poonam MehtaIn the era of precision neutrino physics, we study the influence of nonstandard interactions (NSI) of matter on the question of neutrino mass ordering and its r … - Implications of lepton flavor violation on long baseline neutrino oscillation experiments

Author(s): Soumya C. and R. MohantaNonstandard neutrino interactions (NSIs), the subleading effects in the flavor transitions of neutrinos, play a crucial role in the determination of the various unkn … - Higgs boson form factor effects in tt [over ¯] production by W^{−} W^{+} and ZZ fusion

Author(s): G. J. Gounaris and F. M. RenardWe study the fusion processes W^{−}W^{+}→tt[over ¯] and ZZ→tt[over ¯] observable at a future e^{−}e^{+} collider and we discuss their sensitivity to an Htt fo … - Thermomagnetic properties of the strong coupling in the local Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model

Author(s): Alejandro Ayala, C. A. Dominguez, L. A. Hernández, M. Loewe, Alfredo Raya, J. C. Rojas, and C. VillavicencioWe study the thermomagnetic properties of the strong coupling constant G and quar … - Momentum transport in strongly coupled anisotropic plasmas in the presence of strong magnetic fields

Author(s): Stefano Ivo Finazzo, Renato Critelli, Romulo Rougemont, and Jorge NoronhaWe present a holographic perspective on momentum transport in strongly coupled, anisotropic non-Abelian plasmas in t … - Estimating r_{B}^{Dπ} as an input to the determination of the CKM angle γ

Author(s): Matthew Kenzie, Maurizio Martinelli, and Niels TuningThe interference between Cabibbo-favored and Cabibbo-suppressed B→Dπ decay amplitudes provides sensitivity to the CKM angle γ. The relat … - Testing the running coupling k_{T} -factorization formula for the inclusive gluon production

Author(s): F. O. Durães, A. V. Giannini, V. P. Gonçalves, and F. S. NavarraThe inclusive gluon production at midrapidities is described in the color glass condensate formalism using the k_{T}-factoriz … - Axial, scalar, and tensor charges of the nucleon from 2+1+1-flavor Lattice QCD

Author(s): Tanmoy Bhattacharya, Vincenzo Cirigliano, Saul D. Cohen, Rajan Gupta, Huey-Wen Lin, and Boram Yoon (Precision Neutron Decay Matrix Elements (PNDME) Collaboration)We present results for the … - Dimension-seven operators in the standard model with right handed neutrinos

Author(s): Subhaditya Bhattacharya and José WudkaIn this article, we consider the standard model extended by a number of (light) right-handed neutrinos, and assume the presence of some heavy physics t … - Constraining anomalous Higgs boson couplings to the heavy-flavor fermions using matrix element techniques

Author(s): Andrei V. Gritsan, Raoul Röntsch, Markus Schulze, and Meng XiaoIn this paper, we investigate anomalous interactions of the Higgs boson with heavy fermions, employing shapes of kinematic dis … - Revisiting the exclusion limits from direct chargino-neutralino production at the LHC

Author(s): Arghya Choudhury and Subhadeep MondalWe revisit the existing limits on the gaugino masses in various supersymmetric (SUSY) scenarios derived from Run-I data of the LHC. These limits obtaine … - Diphoton and dark matter from cascade decay

Author(s): Fa Peng Huang, Chong Sheng Li, Ze Long Liu, and Yan WangWe propose a simplified model to study the possible new heavy diphoton resonance from the cascade decay of a heavier particle at coll … - Spacetime foam induced collective bundling of intense fields

Author(s): Teodora Oniga and Charles H.-T. WangThe influence of spacetime foam on a broad class of bosonic fields with arbitrary numbers of particles in the low-energy regime is investigated. Based on … - From neutron stars to quark stars in mimetic gravity

Author(s): Artyom V. Astashenok and Sergei D. OdintsovRealistic models of neutron and quark stars in the framework of mimetic gravity with a Lagrange multiplier constraint are presented. We discuss th … - Absorption of very high energy gamma rays in the Milky Way

Author(s): Silvia Vernetto and Paolo LipariGalactic gamma ray astronomy at very high energy (E_{γ}≳30 TeV) is a vital tool in the study of the nonthermal universe. The interpretation of the observati … - Regarding the radion in Randall-Sundrum models with brane curvature

Author(s): Barry M. Dillon, Damien P. George, and Kristian L. McDonaldIn Randall-Sundrum models, one typically expects the radion to be the lightest new “gravity” state, as it is dual to a composite p … - Electromagnetic luminosity of the coalescence of charged black hole binaries

Author(s): Steven L. Liebling and Carlos PalenzuelaThe observation of a possible electromagnetic counterpart by the Fermi GBM group to the aLIGO detection of the merger of a black hole binary has spaw … - Information content of gravitational radiation and the vacuum

Author(s): Raphael Bousso, Illan Halpern, and Jason KoellerKnown entropy bounds, and the generalized second law, were recently shown to imply bounds on the information arriving at future null infinity … - Maximum efficiency of the collisional Penrose process

Author(s): O. B. ZaslavskiiWe consider the collision of two particles that move in the equatorial plane near a general stationary rotating axially symmetric extremal black hole. One of the particles i … - Entropy theorems in classical mechanics, general relativity, and the gravitational two-body problem

Author(s): Marius Oltean, Luca Bonetti, Alessandro D. A. M. Spallicci, and Carlos F. SopuertaIn classical Hamiltonian theories, entropy may be understood either as a statistical property of canonical … - Scalar quasinormal modes of anti–de Sitter static spacetime in Horava-Lifshitz gravity with U(1) symmetry

Author(s): Kai Lin, Wei-Liang Qian, and A. B. PavanIn this paper, we investigate the scalar quasinormal modes of Hořava-Lifshitz theory with U(1) symmetry in static anti–de Sitter spacetime. The stati … - Cosmological implications of interacting group field theory models: Cyclic Universe and accelerated expansion

Author(s): Marco de Cesare, Andreas G. A. Pithis, and Mairi SakellariadouWe study the cosmological implications of interactions between spacetime quanta in the group field theory (GFT) approach to qua … - Can background cosmology hold the key for modified gravity tests?

Author(s): Juan J. Ceron-Hurtado, Jian-hua He, and Baojiu LiModified gravity theories are a popular alternative to dark energy as a possible explanation for the observed accelerating cosmic expansion, … - γ_{5} algebra ambiguities in Feynman amplitudes: Momentum routing invariance and anomalies in D=4 and D=2

Author(s): A. C. D. Viglioni, A. L. Cherchiglia, A. R. Vieira, Brigitte Hiller, and Marcos SampaioWe address the subject of chiral anomalies in two- and four-dimensional theories. Ambiguities associat … - Electron-positron pair production in external electric fields varying both in space and time

Author(s): I. A. Aleksandrov, G. Plunien, and V. M. ShabaevThe Schwinger mechanism of electron-positron pair production in the presence of strong external electric fields is analyzed numerically for t … - Antiproton charge radius

Author(s): P. Crivelli, D. Cooke, and M. W. HeissTaking advantage of the new Extra Low ENergy Antiprotons (ELENA) ring and anti-proton decelerating facility at CERN, the authors propose to measure the … - Searches for top-Higgs FCNC couplings via the Whj signal with h→γγ at the LHC

Author(s): Yao-Bei Liu and Zhen-Jun XiaoIn this paper, we investigated the process pp→W^{−}hj induced by the top-Higgs flavor-changing neutral current couplings at the LHC. We found that the cross sec … - First results on bilepton production based on LHC collision data and predictions for run II

Author(s): A. A. Nepomuceno, F. L. Eccard, and B. MeiroseThe LHC potential for discovering doubly charged vector bileptons is investigated considering the measurable process pp→μ^{+}μ^{+}μ^{−}μ^{−}X. … - Few remarks on the Higgs boson decays in gauge-Higgs unification

Author(s): K. Hasegawa and C. S. LimIn the scenario of gauge-Higgs unification, the origin of the Higgs boson is the higher-dimensional gauge boson. Very characteristic predictions are made of the Hig … - New dynamical instability in asymptotically anti–de Sitter spacetime

Author(s): Umut Gürsoy, Aron Jansen, and Wilke van der ScheeWe present fully dynamical solutions to Einstein-scalar theory in asymptotically anti–de Sitter spacetime with a scalar potential containing … - Density matrix of radiation of a black hole with a fluctuating horizon

Author(s): Mikhail Z. IofaThe density matrix of Hawking radiation is calculated in the model of a black hole with a fluctuating horizon. Quantum fluctuations smear the classical horizon of a black hol … - Modifying the pion mass in the loosely bound Skyrme model

Author(s): Sven Bjarke Gudnason and Muneto NittaWe study the loosely bound Skyrme model with the addition of two different pion mass terms; this is the most general potential of polynomial form up to … - Master symmetry for holographic Wilson loops

Author(s): Thomas Klose, Florian Loebbert, and Hagen MünklerWe identify the symmetry underlying the recently observed spectral-parameter transformations of holographic Wilson loops alias minimal surfa … - Combined electroweak and QCD fit to HERA data

Author(s): I. Abt, A. M. Cooper-Sarkar, B. Foster, C. Gwenlan, V. Myronenko, O. Turkot, and K. WichmannA simultaneous electroweak and QCD fit of electroweak parameters and parton distribution function … - Dipole factorization for DIS at NLO: Loop correction to the γ_{T,L}^{*} →qq [over ¯] light-front wave functions

Author(s): Guillaume BeufThe one-loop QCD corrections to the light-front wave function for the quark-antiquark Fock state inside a transverse or longitudinal off-shell photon are explicitly calculated … - Production of J/ψ+χ_{c} and J/ψ+J/ψ with real gluon emission at the LHC

Author(s): A. K. Likhoded, A. V. Luchinsky, and S. V. PoslavskyIn the present work we study production of J/ψ+χ_{c} and J/ψ+J/ψ at the LHC. The first process is forbidden at the leading order in gluon … - Short-distance charmonium correlator on the lattice with Möbius domain-wall fermion and a determination of charm quark mass

Author(s): Katsumasa Nakayama, Brendan Fahy, and Shoji Hashimoto (JLQCD Collaboration)We calculate charmonium correlators on the lattice with 2+1 flavors of sea quarks and charm valence quarks, both d … - Correlated signals at the energy and intensity frontiers from non-Abelian kinetic mixing

Author(s): G. Barello, Spencer Chang, and Christopher A. NewbyWe show that when a dark Abelian gauge sector and SU(2)_{L} kinetically mix it necessarily generates a relation between the kinetic mixing … - τ- and μ-physics in a general two Higgs doublet model with μ−τ flavor violation

Author(s): Yuji Omura, Eibun Senaha, and Kazuhiro TobeMotivated by the recent CMS excess in a flavor violating Higgs decay h→μτ as well as the anomaly of muon anomalous magnetic moment (muon g−2), we … - Lorentz violation in simple QED processes

Author(s): G. P. de Brito, J. T. Guaitolini Junior, D. Kroff, P. C. Malta, and C. MarquesWe determine the effect of a CPT-even and Lorentz violating nonminimal coupling on the differential cross secti … - Open effective field theories from deeply inelastic reactions

Author(s): Eric Braaten, H.-W. Hammer, and G. Peter LepageEffective field theories have often been applied to systems with deeply inelastic reactions that produce particles with large momenta outside … - Gravitational wave–Gauge field oscillations

Author(s): R. R. Caldwell, C. Devulder, and N. A. MaksimovaGravitational waves propagating through a stationary gauge field transform into gauge field waves and back again. When multiple families of f …