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Author(s): Andy Buckley, Christoph Englert, James Ferrando, David J. Miller, Liam Moore, Michael Russell, and Chris D. WhiteIn this paper we present a global fit of beyond the Standard Model (BSM) dim … - Top quark chromoelectric and chromomagnetic dipole moments in a two Higgs doublet model with CP violation

Author(s): R. Gaitán, E. A. Garcés, J. H. Montes de Oca, and R. MartinezIn this work we study the anomalous top quark-gluon couplings chromoelectric dipole moment and chromomagnetic dipole moment in a … - ργ^{*} →π(ρ) transition form factors in the perturbative QCD factorization approach

Author(s): Ya-Lan Zhang, Shan Cheng, Jun Hua, and Zhen-Jun XiaoIn this paper, we studied the ργ^{*}→π and ργ^{*}→ρ transition processes and made the calculations for the ρπ transition form factor Q^{4 … - Λ_{c}^{*} (2940)^{+} photoproduction off the neutron

Author(s): Xiao-Yun Wang, Alexey Guskov, and Xu-Rong ChenBy assuming that the Λ_{c}^{*}(2940) is a pD^{*0} molecular state with spin-parity J^{P}=1/2^{+} and J^{P}=1/2^{−}, the photoproduction of char … - Diphoton production at the Tevatron and the LHC in the NLO approximation of the parton Reggeization approach

Author(s): M. A. Nefedov and V. A. SaleevThe hadroproduction of prompt isolated photon pairs at high energies is studied in the framework of the parton Reggeization approach. The real part of the NLO … - Prospects of constraining the Higgs boson’s CP nature in the tau decay channel at the LHC

Author(s): Stefan Berge, Werner Bernreuther, and Sebastian KirchnerWe investigate how precisely the CP nature of the 125 GeV Higgs boson h, parametrized by a scalar-pseudoscalar Higgs mixing angle ϕ_{ … - Slowly rotating black hole solutions in Horndeski gravity

Author(s): Andrea Maselli, Hector O. Silva, Masato Minamitsuji, and Emanuele BertiWe study black hole solutions at first order in the Hartle-Thorne slow-rotation approximation in Horndeski gravity the … - A_{k} F [over ¯] chiral gauge theories

Author(s): Yan-Liang Shi (石炎亮) and Robert ShrockWe study asymptotically free chiral gauge theories with an SU(N) gauge group and chiral fermions transforming according to the antisymmetric rank-k tens … - Tagging spallation backgrounds with showers in water Cherenkov detectors

Author(s): Shirley Weishi Li and John F. BeacomCosmic-ray muons and especially their secondaries break apart nuclei (“spallation”) and produce fast neutrons and beta-decay isotopes, which are backgrou … - Effective low-energy gravitational potential for slow fermions coupled to linearized massive gravity

Author(s): A. N. Ivanov, M. Pitschmann, and M. WellenzohnWe analyze the Dirac equation for slow fermions coupled to linearized massive gravity above the Minkowski background and derive the effective l … - Integrable open spin-chains in AdS_{3} /CFT_{2} correspondences

Author(s): Andrea Prinsloo, Vidas Regelskis, and Alessandro TorrielliWe study integrable open boundary conditions for d(2,1;α)^{2} and psu(1,1|2)^{2} spin-chains. Magnon excitations of these open spin … - Localization and quasilocalization of a spin-1/2 fermion field on a two-field thick braneworld

Author(s): Heng Guo, Qun-Ying Xie, and Chun-E FuLocalization of a spin-1/2 fermion on the braneworld is an important and interesting problem. It is well known that a five-dimensional free massless fer … - Solutions in bosonic string field theory and higher spin algebras in AdS

Author(s): Dimitri PolyakovWe find a class of analytic solutions in open bosonic string field theory, parametrized by the chiral copy of higher spin algebra in AdS_{3}. The solutions are expressed in … - Neutrino mass hierarchy and precision physics with medium-baseline reactors: Impact of energy-scale and flux-shape uncertainties

Author(s): F. Capozzi, E. Lisi, and A. MarroneNuclear reactors provide intense sources of electron antineutrinos, characterized by few-MeV energy E and unoscillated spectral shape Φ(E). High-statistic … - Three loop neutrino model with isolated k^{±±}

Author(s): Kenji Nishiwaki, Hiroshi Okada, and Yuta OrikasaWe propose a three loop radiative neutrino mass scenario with an isolated doubly charged singlet scalar k^{±±} without couplings to the charg … - Quark and gluon distribution functions in a viscous quark-gluon plasma medium and dilepton production via qq [over ¯] annihilation

Author(s): Vinod Chandra and V. SreekanthViscous modifications to the thermal distributions of quark-antiquarks and gluons have been studied in a quasiparticle description of the quark-gluon-plasma me … - Unveiling the proton spin decomposition at a future electron-ion collider

Author(s): Elke C. Aschenauer, Rodolfo Sassot, and Marco StratmannWe present a detailed assessment of how well a future electron-ion collider could constrain helicity parton distributions in the nucle … - Instanton contributions to the low-lying hadron mass spectrum

Author(s): Samuel D. Thomas, Waseem Kamleh, and Derek B. LeinweberThe role of instanton-like objects in the QCD vacuum on the mass spectrum of low-lying light hadrons is explored in lattice QCD. Using … - Complex Langevin dynamics for dynamical QCD at nonzero chemical potential: A comparison with multiparameter reweighting

Author(s): Z. Fodor, S. D. Katz, D. Sexty, and C. TörökWe study lattice QCD at nonvanishing chemical potential using the complex Langevin equation. We compare the results with multiparameter reweighti … - Lepton and quark mixing patterns from finite flavor symmetries

Author(s): Chang-Yuan Yao and Gui-Jun DingWe perform a systematical and analytical study of lepton mixing which can be derived from the subgroups of SU(3) under the assumption that neutrinos are Dirac … - Magnetized effective QCD phase diagram

Author(s): Alejandro Ayala, C. A. Dominguez, L. A. Hernández, M. Loewe, and R. ZamoraThe QCD phase diagram in the temperature vs quark chemical potential plane is studied in the presence of a magnetic … - Cosmology with a stiff matter era

Author(s): Pierre-Henri ChavanisWe consider the possibility that the Universe is made of a dark fluid described by a quadratic equation of state P=Kρ^{2}, where ρ is the rest-mass density and K is a c … - Entropy production by domain wall decay in the NMSSM

Author(s): Hironori Hattori, Tatsuo Kobayashi, Naoya Omoto, and Osamu SetoWe consider domain walls in the Z_{3} symmetric next-to-minimal supersymmetric standard model. The spontaneous Z_{3} discrete … - Towards realistic f(T) models with nonminimal torsion-matter coupling extension

Author(s): Chao-jun Feng, Fei-fei Ge, Xin-zhou Li, Rui-hui Lin, and Xiang-hua ZhaiUsing the observation data of type Ia supernovae, cosmic microwave background, and baryon acoustic oscillations, we es … - Stationary axially symmetric solutions in Brans-Dicke theory

Author(s): Pınar Kirezli and Özgür DeliceStationary, axially symmetric Brans-Dicke-Maxwell solutions are reexamined in the framework of the Brans-Dicke (BD) theory. We see that, employing a particular … - Maeda-Dadhich solutions as real black holes

Author(s): S. O. Alexeyev, A. N. Petrov, and B. N. LatoshFour-dimensional static Schwarzschild-like solutions obtained in [H. Maeda and N. Dadhich, Phys. Rev. D 74, 021501(R) (2006).H. Maeda and N. Da ... - Second-order perturbation theory: Problems on large scales

Author(s): Adam PoundIn general-relativistic perturbation theory, a point mass accelerates away from geodesic motion due to its gravitational self-force. Because the self-force is small, one can often ... - Testing long-distance modifications of gravity to 100 astronomical units

Author(s): Brandon Buscaino, Daniel DeBra, Peter W. Graham, Giorgio Gratta, and Timothy D. WiserA proposed space mission would precisely measure deviations from Newtonian gravity on a scale of 100 ast ... - Effects of chiral imbalance and magnetic field on pion superfluidity and color superconductivity

Author(s): Gaoqing Cao and Pengfei ZhuangThe effects of chiral imbalance and external magnetic field on pion superfluidity and color superconductivity are investigated in extended Nambu–Jona-Lasinio m ... - Charged pion production in ν_{μ} interactions on hydrocarbon at ⟨E_{ν} ⟩=4.0 GeV

Author(s): B. Eberly et al. (MINERvA Collaboration)Charged pion production via charged-current ν_{μ} interactions on plastic scintillator (CH) is studied using the MINERvA detector exposed to the NuMI ... - Study of the energy dependence of the underlying event in proton-antiproton collisions

Author(s): T. Aaltonen et al. (CDF Collaboration)We study charged particle production (p_{T}>0.5 GeV/c, |η|[Phys. Rev. D 92, 092009] Published Mon Nov 23, 2015 - Decisive disappearance search at high Δm^{2} with monoenergetic muon neutrinos

Author(s): S. Axani, G. Collin, J. M. Conrad, M. H. Shaevitz, J. Spitz, and T. Wongjirad“KPipe” is a proposed experiment which will study muon neutrino disappearance for a sensitive test of the Δm^{2} … - Discrete symmetries and mixing of Dirac neutrinos

Author(s): Arman Esmaili and Alexei Yu. SmirnovWe study the mixing of the Dirac neutrinos in the residual symmetries approach. The key difference from the Majorana case is that the Dirac mass matrix m … - Dirac form factors and electric charge radii of baryons in the combined chiral and 1/N_{c} expansions

Author(s): Rubén Flores-Mendieta and Mayra Alejandra Rivera-RuizThe baryon Dirac form factor is computed at one-loop order in large-N_{c} baryon chiral perturbation theory, where N_{c} is the number o … - QCD corrections to ZZ production in gluon fusion at the LHC

Author(s): Fabrizio Caola, Kirill Melnikov, Raoul Röntsch, and Lorenzo TancrediWe compute the next-to-leading-order QCD corrections to the production of two Z-bosons in the annihilation of two gluons … - Threshold resummation for polarized high-p_{T} hadron production at COMPASS

Author(s): Claudia Uebler, Andreas Schäfer, and Werner VogelsangWe study the cross section for the photoproduction process γN→hX where the incident photon and nucleon are longitudinally polarized and … - Renormalization of the Polyakov loop with gradient flow

Author(s): P. Petreczky and H.-P. SchadlerWe use the gradient flow for the renormalization of the Polyakov loop in various representations. Using 2+1 flavor QCD with highly improved staggered quarks a … - Light stops and observation of supersymmetry at LHC run II

Author(s): Bryan Kaufman, Pran Nath, Brent D. Nelson, and Andrew B. SpisakLight stops consistent with the Higgs boson mass of ∼126 GeV are investigated within the framework of minimal supergravity. I … - Mixed stops and the ATLAS on-Z excess

Author(s): Jack H. Collins, Jeff Asaf Dror, and Marco FarinaThe ATLAS experiment has recently observed a 3σ excess in a channel with a leptonically decaying Z, jets, and E_{T}^{miss}. It is tantalizin … - Extending theories on muon-specific interactions

Author(s): Carl E. Carlson and Michael FreidThe proton radius puzzle, the discrepancy between the proton radius measured in muonic hydrogen and electronic hydrogen, has yet to be resolved. There are s … - Simple non-Abelian extensions of the standard model gauge group and the diboson excesses at the LHC

Author(s): Qing-Hong Cao, Bin Yan, and Dong-Ming ZhangThe ATLAS collaboration reported excesses at around 2 TeV in the diboson production decaying into hadronic final states. We consider the possibili … - Bottom baryon decays to pseudoscalar meson and pentaquark

Author(s): Hai-Yang Cheng and Chun-Khiang ChuaBased on SU(3) flavor symmetry, we decompose the decay amplitudes of bottom baryon decays to a pseudoscalar meson and an octet (a decuplet) pentaquark in … - Mapping gravitational-wave backgrounds of arbitrary polarisation using pulsar timing arrays

Author(s): Jonathan R. Gair, Joseph D. Romano, and Stephen R. TaylorWe extend our previous work on mapping gravitational-wave backgrounds using techniques borrowed from the analysis of cosmic microwav … - Systematic error due to isotropic inhomogeneities

Author(s): Hiroyuki Negishi, Ken-ichi Nakao, Chul-Moon Yoo, and Ryusuke NishikawaUsually the effects of isotropic inhomogeneities are not seriously taken into account in the determination of the cosmo … - Symplectic gauge fields and dark matter

Author(s): J. Asorey, M. Asorey, and D. García-ÁlvarezThe dynamics of symplectic gauge fields provides a consistent framework for fundamental interactions based on spin-3 gauge fields. One remarkable … - LUX likelihood and limits on spin-independent and spin-dependent WIMP couplings with LUXCalc

Author(s): Christopher Savage, Andre Scaffidi, Martin White, and Anthony G. WilliamsWe present LUXCalc, a new utility for calculating likelihoods and deriving weakly interacting massive particle (WIMP … - Proper time method in de Sitter space

Author(s): Ashok K. Das and Pushpa KalauniWe use the proper time formalism to study a (non-self-interacting) massive Klein-Gordon theory in the two dimensional de Sitter space. We determine the exact … - Gravitational wave afterglow in binary neutron star mergers

Author(s): Daniela D. Doneva, Kostas D. Kokkotas, and Pantelis PnigourasWe study in detail the f-mode secular instability for rapidly rotating neutron stars, putting emphasis on supramassive models wh … - Symmetry breaking in tensor models

Author(s): Dario Benedetti and Razvan GurauIn this paper we analyze a quartic tensor model with one interaction for a tensor of arbitrary rank. This model has a critical point where a continuous limit … - Modified teleparallel theories of gravity

Author(s): Sebastian Bahamonde, Christian G. Böhmer, and Matthew WrightWe investigate modified theories of gravity in the context of teleparallel geometries. It is well known that modified gravity mod … - Nonprojectable Horava-Lifshitz gravity without the unwanted scalar graviton

Author(s): Masud Chaichian, Josef Klusoň, and Markku OksanenWe consider a way of eliminating the unwanted scalar graviton from Horava-Lifshitz gravity that is achieved via introduction of certain addi … - Mass inflation and curvature divergence near the central singularity in spherical collapse

Author(s): Jun-Qi Guo, Pankaj S. Joshi, and José T. Galvez GhersiWe study spherical scalar collapse toward a black hole formation and examine the asymptotic dynamics near the central singularity of th … - Chiral fermions and anomaly cancellation on orbifolds with Wilson lines and flux

Author(s): Wilfried Buchmuller, Markus Dierigl, Fabian Ruehle, and Julian SchweizerWe consider six-dimensional supergravity compactified on orbifolds with Wilson lines and bulk flux. Torus Wilson line … - Inclusive cross sections for pairs of identified light charged hadrons and for single protons in e^{+} e^{−} at sqrt[s] =10.58 GeV

Author(s): R. Seidl et al. (Belle Collaboration)We report the first double differential cross sections of two charged pions and kaons (e^{+}e^{−}→hhX) in electron-positron annihilation as a function o … - NLO corrections to double Higgs boson production in the Higgs singlet model

Author(s): S. Dawson and I. M. LewisHiggs pair production at the LHC from gluon fusion is small in the Standard Model but can be enhanced in models where a resonant enhancement is allowed. We examine … - Distinguishing near-threshold pole effects from cusp effects

Author(s): Zhi-Yong Zhou and Zhiguang XiaoWe make use of a unitarized coupled-channel model to analyze the mass distribution data of final states in production processes of X(4260). By analyzing the a … - Scalar sector phenomenology of three-loop radiative neutrino mass models

Author(s): Amine Ahriche, Kristian L. McDonald, and Salah NasriWe perform a phenomenological study of the scalar sector of two models that generate neutrino mass at the three-loop level and contain vi … - Erratum: Emergence of a new SU(4) symmetry in the baryon spectrum [Phys. Rev. D 92, 074508 (2015)]

Author(s): M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman, and M. Pak[Phys. Rev. D 92, 099902] Published Fri Nov 20, 2015 - More on Heisenberg’s model for high energy nucleon-nucleon scattering

Author(s): Horatiu Nastase and Jacob SonnenscheinIt is shown that up to certain generalizations, the Heisenbeg’s model of pion interactions is the unique description of nucleon-nucleon scattering for … - 4D−2D equivalence for large-N Yang-Mills theory

Author(s): Gökçe Başar, Aleksey Cherman, Keith R. Dienes, and David A. McGadyGeneral string-theoretic considerations suggest that four-dimensional large-N gauge theories should have dual descriptions … - Identification of a bottom quark-antiquark pair in a single jet with high transverse momentum and its application

Author(s): Chunhui ChenIn this paper, we introduce a new approach to identify a bottom quark-antiquark pair inside a single jet with high transverse momentum by using the jet substructure in the cente … - Drell-Yan production at NNLL^{′} +NNLO matched to parton showers

Author(s): Simone Alioli, Christian W. Bauer, Calvin Berggren, Frank J. Tackmann, and Jonathan R. WalshWe present results for Drell-Yan production from the geneva Monte-Carlo framework. We combine the … - Production of strange and charmed baryons in pion induced reactions

Author(s): Sang-Ho Kim, Atsushi Hosaka, Hyun-Chul Kim, and Hiroyuki NoumiWe study the strangeness and charm productions induced by the pion beam, i.e., the π^{−}p→K^{*0}Λ and π^{−}p→D^{*−}Λ_{c}^{+} re … - Interacting ensemble of the instanton-dyons and the deconfinement phase transition in the SU(2) gauge theory

Author(s): Rasmus Larsen and Edward ShuryakInstanton-dyons, also known as instanton-monopoles or instanton-quarks, are topological constituents of the instantons at nonzero temperature and holonomy. W … - Anderson transition and multifractals in the spectrum of the Dirac operator of quantum chromodynamics at high temperature

Author(s): László Ujfalusi, Matteo Giordano, Ferenc Pittler, Tamás G. Kovács, and Imre VargaWe investigate the Anderson transition found in the spectrum of the Dirac operator of quantum chromodynamics … - Phase structure with nonzero Θ_{QCD} and twisted mass fermions

Author(s): Derek P. Horkel and Stephen R. SharpeWe determine the phase diagram and chiral condensate for lattice QCD with two flavors of twisted-mass fermions in the presence of nondegenerate up and d … - Stop-catalyzed baryogenesis beyond the MSSM

Author(s): Andrey Katz, Maxim Perelstein, Michael J. Ramsey-Musolf, and Peter WinslowNonminimal supersymmetric models that predict a tree-level Higgs mass above the minimal supersymmetric standard mod … - Comment on “Reevaluation of the parton distribution of strange quarks in the nucleon”

Author(s): M. StolarskiThe HERMES collaboration in Phys. Rev. D 89, 097101 (2014) extracted information about the strange quark density in the nucleon. One of the main results is an observation that t … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Reevaluation of the parton distribution of strange quarks in the nucleon’”

Author(s): E. C. Aschenauer, H. E. Jackson, S. Joosten, K. Rith, G. Schnell, and C. Van Hulse (For the HERMES Collaboration)A Comment on the recently published reevaluation of the polarization-average … - Constraints on the reheating temperature from sizable tensor modes

Author(s): Valerie Domcke and Jan HeisigDespite its importance for modeling the homogeneous hot early Universe very little is experimentally known about the magnitude of the reheating temperature, lea … - Galaxy power spectrum in redshift space: Combining perturbation theory with the halo model

Author(s): Teppei Okumura, Nick Hand, Uroš Seljak, Zvonimir Vlah, and Vincent DesjacquesTheoretical modeling of the redshift-space power spectrum of galaxies is crucially important to correctly extrac … - Thermodynamics of topological black holes in Brans-Dicke gravity with a power-law Maxwell field

Author(s): M. Kord Zangeneh, M. H. Dehghani, and A. SheykhiIn this paper, we present a new class of higher-dimensional exact topological black hole solutions of the Brans-Dicke theory in the presence … - Constraint on modified dispersion relations for gravitational waves from gravitational Cherenkov radiation

Author(s): Satoshi Kiyota and Kazuhiro YamamotoWe investigate the hypothetical process of gravitational Cherenkov radiation, which may occur in modified gravity theories. We obtain a useful constraint … - Faddeev-Jackiw quantization and the path integral

Author(s): David J. TomsThe method for quantization of constrained theories that was suggested originally by Faddeev and Jackiw along with later modifications is discussed. The particular emphasis of … - de Sitter vacuum from R^{2} supergravity

Author(s): Fuminori Hasegawa and Yusuke YamadaWe propose a supergravity model with a constrained curvature multiplet, which realizes the Starobinsky inflation and the de Sitter vacuum in the present U … - Thermoelectric conductivities, shear viscosity, and stability in an anisotropic linear axion model

Author(s): Xian-Hui Ge, Yi Ling, Chao Niu, and Sang-Jin SinWe study thermoelectric conductivities and shear viscosities in a holographically anisotropic model, which is dual to a spatially anisotropic … - Publisher’s Note: Consistency test on the cosmic evolution [Phys. Rev. D 92, 063523 (2015)]

Author(s): Yan Gong, Yin-Zhe Ma, Shuang-Nan Zhang, and Xuelei Chen[Phys. Rev. D 92, 109905] Published Thu Nov 19, 2015 - Discovering sterile neutrinos lighter than M_{W} at the LHC

Author(s): Claudio O. Dib and C. S. KimA long-standing question over whether the neutrino is its own antiparticle might be answered by looking at decays of W bosons.[Phys. Rev. D 92, 093009] Published … - Nucleon resonances with spin 3/2 and 5/2 in the isobar model for kaon photoproduction

Author(s): T. Mart, S. Clymton, and A. J. ArifiWe compare two different propagator and vertex factor formulations of spin-3/2 and −5/2 nucleon resonances by using isobar models for kaon photoproductio … - Prospects for a lattice computation of rare kaon decay amplitudes: K→πℓ^{+} ℓ^{−} decays

Author(s): N. H. Christ, X. Feng, A. Portelli, and C. T. Sachrajda (RBC and UKQCD collaborations)The rare kaon decays K→πℓ^{+}ℓ^{−} and K→πνν[over ¯] are flavor changing neutral current (FCNC) process … - PeV neutrinos and a 3.5 keV x-ray line from a PeV-scale supersymmetric neutrino sector

Author(s): Samuel B. Roland, Bibhushan Shakya, and James D. WellsRecent measurements of PeV energy neutrinos at IceCube and a 3.5 keV x-ray line in the spectra of several galaxies are both tantalizing … - Functional renormalization group study of the chiral phase transition including vector and axial-vector mesons

Author(s): Jürgen Eser, Mara Grahl, and Dirk H. RischkeThe transition in quantum chromodynamics from hadronic matter to the quark-gluon plasma at high temperatures and/or net-baryon densities is assoc … - Higher-order Laguerre-Gauss interferometry for gravitational-wave detectors with in situ mirror defects compensation

Author(s): A. Allocca, A. Gatto, M. Tacca, R. A. Day, M. Barsuglia, G. Pillant, C. Buy, and G. VajenteThe use of higher-order Laguerre-Gauss modes has been proposed to decrease the influence of therma … - Cosmological perturbations and quasistatic assumption in f(R) theories

Author(s): Mu-Chen Chiu, Andy Taylor, Chenggang Shu, and Hong Tuf(R) gravity is one of the simplest theories of modified gravity to explain the accelerated cosmic expansion. Although it is usually ass … - Spin-axion coupling

Author(s): Alexander B. Balakin and Vladimir A. PopovWe establish a new covariant phenomenological model, which describes an influence of pseudoscalar (axion) field on spins of test massive particles. … - D-brane action at order α^{′2}

Author(s): Ali Jalali and Mohammad R. GarousiWe use the compatibility of D-brane action with linear T-duality, S-duality, and with S-matrix elements as guiding principles to find all world volume coup … - Publisher’s Note: Static self-forces in a five-dimensional black hole spacetime [Phys. Rev. D 92, 084032 (2015)]

Author(s): Peter Taylor and Eanna E. Flanagan[Phys. Rev. D 92, 109904] Published Wed Nov 18, 2015 - Third order solutions of cosmological density perturbations in Horndeski’s most general scalar-tensor theory with the Vainshtein mechanism

Author(s): Yuichiro Takushima, Ayumu Terukina, and Kazuhiro YamamotoWe study the third order solutions of the cosmological density perturbations in Horndeski’s most general scalar-tensor theory under … - Adiabatic invariance of oscillons/I-balls

Author(s): Masahiro Kawasaki, Fuminobu Takahashi, and Naoyuki TakedaReal scalar fields are known to fragment into spatially localized and long-lived solitons called oscillons or I-balls. We prove the … - Soft walls in dynamic AdS/QCD and the technidilaton

Author(s): Nick Evans, Peter Jones, and Marc ScottDynamic AdS/QCD is a modification of AdS/QCD that includes the running of the anomalous dimension of the q[over ¯]q quark bilinear and in which the ge … - Mixing angle and phase correlations from A_{5} with generalized CP and their prospects for discovery

Author(s): Peter Ballett, Silvia Pascoli, and Jessica TurnerThe observed leptonic mixing pattern could be explained by the presence of a discrete flavor symmetry broken into residual subgroups at low … - Do dark matter axions form a condensate with long-range correlation?

Author(s): Alan H. Guth, Mark P. Hertzberg, and C. Prescod-WeinsteinThe authors investigate the formation of Bose-Einstein condensates from axion dark matter, and it is shown that a homogeneous conden … - Consistent metric combinations in cosmology of massive bigravity

Author(s): Henrik Nersisyan, Yashar Akrami, and Luca AmendolaMassive bigravity models are interesting alternatives to standard cosmology. In most cases, however, these models have been studied for a s … - Status of the MSSM Higgs sector using global analysis and direct search bounds, and future prospects at the High Luminosity LHC

Author(s): Biplob Bhattacherjee, Amit Chakraborty, and Arghya ChoudhuryIn this paper, we search for the regions of the phenomenological minimal supersymmetric standard model (pMSSM) parameter space wh … - Constraints on dark matter from AMS-02 electron data

Author(s): Bo-Qiang Lu and Hong-Shi ZongHerein we use the measurements of the AMS-02 electron flux for the first time in order to derive limits on the dark-matter annihilation cross section and lifeti … - Constructing an inflaton potential by mimicking modified Chaplygin gas

Author(s): E. O. Kahya, B. Pourhassan, and S. UrazIn this paper, we consider an inflationary model that effectively behaves as a modified Chaplygin gas in the context of quintessence cosmology. We rec … - Consistency of the nonflat ΛCDM model with the new result from BOSS

Author(s): Suresh KumarUsing 137,562 quasars in the redshift range 2.1≤z≤3.5 from the data release 11 (DR11) of the baryon oscillation spectroscopic survey (BOSS) of Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS)-II … - Asymptotics with a positive cosmological constant. III. The quadrupole formula

Author(s): Abhay Ashtekar, Béatrice Bonga, and Aruna KesavanAlmost a century ago, Einstein used a weak field approximation around Minkowski spacetime to calculate the energy carried away by gravitatio … - Locality and entanglement in bandlimited quantum field theory

Author(s): Jason Pye, William Donnelly, and Achim KempfWe consider a model for a Planck-scale ultraviolet cutoff which is based on Shannon sampling. Shannon sampling originated in information theory, … - Towards a formulation of f(R) supergravity

Author(s): G. A. Diamandis, A. B. Lahanas, and K. TamvakisThe supersymmetric completion of R+R^{2} gravity is known to be equivalent to standard supergravity coupled to two chiral supermultiples with …