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Author(s): Brett AltschulCertain forms of Lorentz violation in the photon sector are difficult to bound directly, since they are “vacuum orthogonal”—meaning they do not change the solutions of the equ … - Transverse momentum dependent production cross sections of charged pions, kaons and protons produced in inclusive ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ annihilation at $\sqrt{s}=10.58\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{GeV}$

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Author(s): Triparno Bandyopadhyay, Dipankar Das, Roman Pasechnik, and Johan RathsmanUsing the left-right symmetric model as an illustrative example, we suggest a simple and straightforward way of cons … - Dynamical systems and nonlinear transient rheology of the far-from-equilibrium Bjorken flow

Author(s): Alireza Behtash, Syo Kamata, Mauricio Martinez, and Haosheng ShiThe authors investigate the nonlinear dynamics of a far-from-equilibrium weakly coupled plasma undergoing a certain hydrodyna … - Classes of nonminimally coupled scalar fields in spatially curved FRW spacetimes

Author(s): Morteza Kerachian, Giovanni Acquaviva, and Georgios Lukes-GerakopoulosIn this work we perform a dynamical analysis of a broad class of nonminimally coupled real scalar fields in the Friedma … - Phenomenological inclusion of alternative dispersion relations to the Teukolsky equation and its application to bounding the graviton mass with gravitational-wave measurements

Author(s): Adrian Ka-Wai Chung and Tjonnie Guang Feng LiExisting constraints on the graviton mass from gravitational-wave detections rely on the phase difference developed between different frequencie … - Vacuum polarization of the quantized massive scalar field in the global monopole spacetime: The renormalized quantum stress energy tensor

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Author(s): Claus Kiefer and Tim SchmitzWe investigate the fate of the classical singularity in a collapsing dust cloud. For this purpose, we quantize the marginally bound Lemaître-Tolman-Bondi model f … - Heterotic stringy corrections to metrics of toroidal orbifolds and their resolutions

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Author(s): Tobias N. Wistisen and Antonino Di PiazzaApproximate solutions of the Dirac equation are found for ultrarelativistic particles moving in a periodic potential, which depends only on one coor … - Convergence of the light-front coupled-cluster method in a quenched scalar Yukawa theory

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Author(s): Nikolas Andreou, Nicola Franchini, Giulia Ventagli, and Thomas P. SotiriouSpontaneous scalarization is a mechanism that endows relativistic stars and black holes with a nontrivial configura … - Thermodynamic information geometry and complexity growth of a warped AdS black hole and the warped ${\mathrm{AdS}}_{3}/{\mathrm{CFT}}_{2}$ correspondence

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Author(s): G. Barca, P. Di Antonio, G. Montani, and A. PattiWe analyze some relevant semiclassical and quantum features of the implementation of polymer quantum mechanics to the phenomenology of the f … - New CMB spectral distortion constraints on decaying dark matter with full evolution of electromagnetic cascades before recombination

Author(s): Sandeep Kumar Acharya and Rishi KhatriCurrent constraints on energy injection in the form of energetic particles before the epoch of recombination using CMB spectral distortions assume that … - Bounds on ultralight hidden-photon dark matter from observation of the 21 cm signal at cosmic dawn

Author(s): Ely D. Kovetz, Ilias Cholis, and David E. KaplanUltralight hidden-photon dark matter produces an oscillating electric field in the early Universe plasma, which in turn induces an electric c … - Logolinear series expansions with applications to primordial cosmology

Author(s): Will Handley, Anthony Lasenby, and Mike HobsonWe develop a method for computing series expansions for solutions to ordinary differential equations when the asymptotic form contains both lin … - Critical behavior of Gauss-Bonnet black holes via an alternative phase space

Author(s): H. Yazdikarimi, A. Sheykhi, and Z. DayyaniRecently, it was argued that charged anti–de Sitter (AdS) black holes admit critical behavior, without extending phase space, similar to the Van de … - Palatini formulation of pure ${R}^{2}$ gravity yields Einstein gravity with no massless scalar

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Author(s): Jie Jiang and Bo-Xuan GeWe investigated the distinction between two kinds of “complexity equals action” (CA) conjecture counting methods which are separately provided by Brown et al. and Le … - Measurements of the Higgs boson width and anomalous $HVV$ couplings from on-shell and off-shell production in the four-lepton final state

Author(s): A. M. Sirunyan et al. (CMS Collaboration)The CMS Collaboration presents the to-date most precise measurement of the Higgs boson width and coupling to two vector bosons. The latter is found … - $SU(3{)}_{F}$ breaking through final state interactions and $CP$ asymmetries in $D→PP$ decays

Author(s): Franco Buccella, Ayan Paul, and Pietro SantorelliWe analyze $D$ decays to two pseudoscalars $(π,K)$ assuming the dominant source of $\mathrm{SU}(3{)}_{F}$ breaking lies in final state inter … - Possibility to study the pentaquark states ${P}_{c}(4312)$, ${P}_{c}(4440)$, and ${P}_{c}(4457)$ in the reaction $γp→J/ψp$

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Author(s): Cora Dvorkin, Tongyan Lin, and Katelin SchutzDark matter (DM) could couple to Standard Model (SM) particles through a light mediator and this could be responsible for the observed DM abunda … - Doubly-charged Higgs boson at a future electron-proton collider

Author(s): P. S. Bhupal Dev, Sarif Khan, Manimala Mitra, and Santosh Kumar RaiWe explore the discovery prospect of the doubly-charged component of an $SU(2{)}_{L}$-triplet scalar at the future ${e}^{− … - Spin-independent two-neutrino exchange potential with mixing and $CP$ violation

Author(s): Quan Le Thien and Dennis E. KrauseWe develop a new approach for calculating the spin-independent two-neutrino exchange potential (2NEP) between nonrelativistic fermions which places emphasi … - Measuring the mass, width, and couplings of semi-invisible resonances with the matrix element method

Author(s): Amalia Betancur, Dipsikha Debnath, James S. Gainer, Konstantin T. Matchev, and Prasanth ShyamsundarWe demonstrate the use of the matrix element method (MEM) for the measurement of masses, w … - Erratum: Critical behavior of ($2+1$)-dimensional QED: $1/{N}_{f}$ corrections in the Landau gauge [Phys. Rev. D 94, 056009 (2016)]

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Author(s): Hui-Ling Li, Xin Huang, Yu-Feng Li, Liang-Jian Wen, and Shun ZhouThe model-independent reconstruction of the energy spectra of ${\overline{ν}}_{e}$, ${ν}_{e}$, and ${ν}_{x}$ (i.e., ${ν}_{μ} … - Low-scale leptogenesis with minimal lepton flavor violation

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Author(s): Cong Zhang, Jerzy Lewandowski, Haida Li, and Yongge MaTo understand the dynamics of loop quantum gravity, the deparametrized model of gravity coupled to a scalar field is studied in a simpl … - Blandford-Znajek process in vacuo and its holographic dual

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Author(s): S. P. Kish and T. C. RalphA surprising feature of the Kerr metric is the anisotropy of the speed of light. The angular momentum of a rotating massive object causes co- and counterpropagatin … - Fundamental relations between measurement, radiation, and decoherence in gravitational wave laser interferometer detectors

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Author(s): Philippe Brax and Patrick ValageasWe propose a simple model that provides a dynamical cancellation mechanism of the vacuum energy density appearing either in the form of a bare cosmological … - Quantum coherence of relic gravitons and Hanbury Brown-Twiss interferometry

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Author(s): L. Perivolaropoulos and F. SkaraUsing the Navarro-Frenk-White dark matter density profile we reconstruct an effective field theory model for gravity at large distances from a central object … - Weak gravitational deflection by two-power-law densities using the Gauss-Bonnet theorem

Author(s): Karlo de Leon and Ian VegaWe study the weak deflection of light by nonrelativistic mass distributions described by two-power-law densities $ρ(R)={ρ}_{0}{R}^{−α}(R+1{)}^{β−α}$, where $α$ and … - Ready-to-use Fourier domain templates for compact binaries inspiraling along moderately eccentric orbits

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Author(s): Alexander Belyaev, Giacomo Cacciapaglia, James McKay, Dixon Marin, and Alfonso R. ZerwekhIn this work we present a simple extension of the Standard Model that contains, as the only new phys … - Updated limits on the $CP$ violating $ηππ$ and $η′ππ$ couplings derived from the neutron EDM

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