- Affine sphere spacetimes which satisfy the relativity principle

Author(s): E. MinguzziIn the context of Lorentz-Finsler spacetime theories the relativity principle holds at a spacetime point if the indicatrix (observer space) is homogeneous. We point out that in f … - Production of charmed baryons in p [over ¯] p collisions close to their thresholds

Author(s): J. Haidenbauer and G. KreinCross sections for the charm-production reactions p[over ¯]p→Λ[over ¯]_{c}^{−}Σ_{c}^{+}, Σ[over ¯]_{c}Σ_{c}, Ξ[over ¯]_{c}Ξ_{c}, and Ξ[over ¯]_{c}^{′}Ξ_{c}^{′} ar … - Parton shower uncertainties in jet substructure analyses with deep neural networks

Author(s): James Barnard, Edmund Noel Dawe, Matthew J. Dolan, and Nina RajcicMachine learning methods incorporating deep neural networks have been the subject of recent proposals for new hadronic reso … - Coherent photon scattering background in sub-GeV/c^{2} direct dark matter searches

Author(s): Alan E. RobinsonProposed dark matter detectors with eV-scale sensitivities will detect a large background of atomic (nuclear) recoils from coherent photon scattering of MeV-scale photons. T … - Can we remove the systematic error due to isotropic inhomogeneities?

Author(s): Hiroyuki Negishi and Ken-ichi NakaoUsually, we assume that there is no inhomogeneity isotropic in terms of our location in our Universe. This assumption has not been observationally confirm … - a-function in three dimensions: Beyond the leading order

Author(s): I. Jack and C. PooleRecently, evidence was provided for the existence of an a-function for renormalizable quantum field theories in three dimensions. An explicit expression was given at low … - Weak gravity conjecture and effective field theory

Author(s): Prashant SaraswatThe weak gravity conjecture (WGC) is a proposed constraint on theories with gauge fields and gravity, requiring the existence of light charged particles and/or imposing an … - Measurement of the 2νββ decay half-life and search for the 0νββ decay of ^{116} Cd with the NEMO-3 detector

Author(s): R. Arnold et al. (NEMO-3 Collaboration)The NEMO-3 experiment measured the half-life of the 2νββ decay and searched for the 0νββ decay of ^{116}Cd. Using 410 g of ^{116}Cd installed in the d … - Improved limits on the hadronic and semihadronic CP violating parameters and role of a dark force carrier in the electric dipole moment of ^{199} Hg

Author(s): B. K. SahooCombining the recently reported electric dipole moment (EDM) of the ^{199}Hg atom due to breaking of parity and time-reversal symmetries with the improved relativistic atomic cal … - Semileptonic Λ_{b} →ν [over ¯] _{l} lΛ_{c} (2595) and Λ_{b} →ν [over ¯] _{l} lΛ_{c} (2625) decays in the molecular picture of Λ_{c} (2595) and Λ_{c} (2625)

Author(s): Wei-Hong Liang, Eulogio Oset, and Zhu-Sheng XieWe evaluate the partial decay widths for the semileptonic Λ_{b}→ν[over ¯]_{l}lΛ_{c}(2595) and Λ_{b}→ν[over ¯]_{l}lΛ_{c}(2625) decays from the … - Multiple parton interactions and production of charged particles up to the intermediate-p_{T} range in high-multiplicity pp events at the LHC

Author(s): Somnath Kar, Subikash Choudhury, Sanjib Muhuri, and Premomoy GhoshSatisfactory description of data by hydrodynamics-motivated models, as has been reported recently by experimental collabora … - Anticipating nonresonant new physics in dilepton angular spectra at the LHC

Author(s): Nirmal RajAt the LHC, dileptonic events may turn up new physics interacting with quarks and leptons. The poster child for this scenario is a resonant Z^{′}, much anticipated in ℓ^{+}ℓ^{−} i … - Alternative schemes of predicting lepton mixing parameters from discrete flavor and CP symmetry

Author(s): Jun-Nan Lu and Gui-Jun DingWe suggest two alternative schemes to predict lepton mixing angles as well as CP violating phases from a discrete flavor symmetry group combined with CP symmetry. … - Erratum: Kaon-nucleon scattering to one-loop order in heavy baryon chiral perturbation theory [Phys. Rev. D 92, 114033 (2015)]

Author(s): Bo-Lin Huang and Yun-De Li[Phys. Rev. D 95, 019903] Published Tue Jan 17, 2017 - Beyond lensing by the cosmological constant

Author(s): Valerio Faraoni and Marianne Lapierre-LéonardThe long-standing problem of whether the cosmological constant affects directly the deflection of light caused by a gravitational lens is recons … - Implications of quantum ambiguities in k=1 loop quantum cosmology: Distinct quantum turnarounds and the super-Planckian regime

Author(s): John L. Dupuy and Parampreet SinghThe spatially closed Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker model in loop quantum cosmology admits two inequivalent consistent quantizations: one based on exp … - Adiabatic and entropy decomposition in P(ϕ^{I} , X^{IJ} ) theories with multiple sound speeds

Author(s): Chris LongdenWe consider P(ϕ^{I},X^{IJ}) theories of multifield inflation and ask the question of how to define the adiabatic and entropy perturbations, widely used in calculating the curva … - Probing nonlinear electrodynamics in slowly rotating spacetimes through neutrino astrophysics

Author(s): Herman J. Mosquera Cuesta, Gaetano Lambiase, and Jonas P. PereiraHuge electromagnetic fields are known to be present during the late stages of the dynamics of supernovae. Thus, when dealing … - Question of a Possible Infrared Zero in the Beta Function of the Finite-N Gross-Neveu Model

Author(s): Gongjun Choi, Thomas A. Ryttov, and Robert ShrockWe investigate whether the beta function of the finite-N Gross-Neveu model, as calculated up to the four-loop level, exhibits evidence for a … - Pomeron-Odderon interactions in a Reggeon field theory

Author(s): Jochen Bartels, Carlos Contreras, and Gian Paolo VaccaIn this paper we extend our recent nonperturbative functional renormalization group analysis of Reggeon field theory to the interaction … - Medium-induced gluon radiation in hard forward parton scattering in the saturation formalism

Author(s): Stéphane Munier, Stéphane Peigné, and Elena PetreskaWe derive the medium-induced, fully coherent soft gluon radiation spectrum associated with the hard forward scattering of an energetic pa … - Nonperturbative determination of improvement coefficients using coordinate space correlators in N_{f} =2+1 lattice QCD

Author(s): Piotr Korcyl and Gunnar S. BaliWe determine quark mass dependent order a improvement terms of the form b_{J}am for nonsinglet scalar, pseudoscalar, vector and axialvector currents using cor … - Exploring detection of nuclearites in a large liquid scintillator neutrino detector

Author(s): Wan-Lei Guo, Cheng-Jun Xia, Tao Lin, and Zhi-Min WangWe take the JUNO experiment as an example to explore nuclearites in the future large liquid scintillator detector. Comparing to the prev … - Self-similar scalar field collapse

Author(s): Narayan Banerjee and Soumya ChakrabartiA spherically symmetric collapsing scalar field model is discussed with a dissipative fluid which includes a heat flux. This vastly general matter dis … - Constraints on the symmetry noninheriting scalar black hole hair

Author(s): Ivica SmolićAny recipe to grow black hole hair has to circumvent no-hair theorems by violating some of their assumptions. Recently discovered hairy black hole solutions exist due to the fac … - 1/c expansion of nonminimally coupled curvature-matter gravity models and constraints from planetary precession

Author(s): Riccardo March, Jorge Páramos, Orfeu Bertolami, and Simone Dell’AgnelloThe effects of a nonminimally coupled curvature-matter model of gravity on a perturbed Minkowski metric are presented. … - Supersymmetric Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev models

Author(s): Wenbo Fu, Davide Gaiotto, Juan Maldacena, and Subir SachdevWe discuss a supersymmetric generalization of the Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev (SYK) model. These are quantum mechanical models involving N M … - Knot invariants and M-theory: Hitchin equations, Chern-Simons actions, and surface operators

Author(s): Keshav Dasgupta, Verónica Errasti Díez, P. Ramadevi, and Radu TatarRecently Witten introduced a type IIB brane construction with certain boundary conditions to study knot invariants and Kho … - Tomographic image of the proton

Author(s): R. Dupré, M. Guidal, and M. VanderhaeghenWe have carried out a phenomenological analysis of the latest deep virtual Compton scattering experimental data based on the generalized parton dist … - Cosmological relaxation and high scale inflation

Author(s): Tetsutaro Higaki, Naoyuki Takeda, and Yusuke YamadaThe relaxion mechanism elegantly solves the Higgs hierarchy problem, but it requires that the early Universe experiences a long inflation … - Improved constraints on the dark energy equation of state using Gaussian processes

Author(s): Deng Wang and Xin-He MengWe perform a comprehensive study of the dark energy equation of state (EoS) utilizing the model-independent Gaussian processes (GP). Using a combination of the Unio … - Do spikes persist in a quantum treatment of spacetime singularities?

Author(s): Ewa Czuchry, David Garfinkle, John R. Klauder, and Włodzimierz PiechockiThe classical approach to spacetime singularities leads to a simplified dynamics in which spatial derivatives become … - Amplitude analysis of B^{+} →J/ψϕK^{+} decays

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The LHCb collaboration has identified four new structures in B+ decays that are likely to be tetraquark states. These tetraquark systems contain neither o … - Meson-baryon effective chiral Lagrangians at order p^{4}

Author(s): Shao-Zhou Jiang, Qing-Sen Chen, and Yan-Rui LiuWe construct the three-flavor Lorentz-invariant meson-baryon chiral Lagrangians at the order p^{4}, with which a full one-loop investigation m … - Diphoton signal via Chern-Simons interaction in a warped geometry scenario

Author(s): Nabarun Chakrabarty, Biswarup Mukhopadhyaya, and Soumitra SenGuptaThe Kalb-Ramond field, identifiable with bulk torsion in a five-dimensional Randall Sundrum (RS) scenario, has Chern-Simons … - Protophobic light vector boson as a mediator to the dark sector

Author(s): Teppei Kitahara and Yasuhiro YamamotoThe observation of a protophobic 16.7 MeV vector boson has been reported by a ^{8}Be nuclear transition experiment. Such a new particle could mediate be … - Remarks on asymptotic symmetries and the subleading soft photon theorem

Author(s): Eduardo Conde and Pujian MaoA deep connection has been recently established between soft theorems and symmetries at null infinity in gravity and gauge theories, recasting the former as Ward … - Pulsar timing can constrain primordial black holes in the LIGO mass window

Author(s): Katelin Schutz and Adrian LiuThe recent discovery of gravitational waves from merging black holes has generated interest in primordial black holes as a possible component of dark matter. In … - Asteroseismic constraints on asymmetric dark matter: Light particles with an effective spin-dependent coupling

Author(s): André Martins, Ilídio Lopes, and Jordi CasanellasSo far, direct detection searches have come up empty handed in their quest for dark matter (DM). Meanwhile, asteroseismology arises as a com … - Self-accelerating universe in modified gravity with dynamical torsion

Author(s): V. Nikiforova, S. Randjbar-Daemi, and V. RubakovWe consider a model belonging to the class of gravities with dynamical torsion. The model is free of ghosts and gradient instabilities about … - Quantum vacuum fluctuations in presence of dissipative bodies: Dynamical approach for nonequilibrium and squeezed states

Author(s): Adrián E. Rubio LópezThe present work contributes to the study of nonequilibrium aspects of the Casimir forces with the introduction of squeezed states in the calculations. Throughout this … - Spatially modulated instabilities for scaling solutions at finite charge density

Author(s): Sera CremoniniWe consider finite charge density geometries which interpolate between AdS_{2}×R^{2} in the infrared and AdS_{4} in the ultraviolet, while traversing an intermediate regime of … - One-loop tests of the supersymmetric higher spin AdS_{4} /CFT_{3} correspondence

Author(s): Yi Pang, Ergin Sezgin, and Yaodong ZhuWe compute one-loop free energy for D=4 Vasiliev higher spin gravities based on Konstein-Vasiliev algebras hu(m;n|4), ho(m;n|4), or husp(m;n|4) and sub … - Observation of the decay B_{s}^{0} →ϕπ^{+} π^{−} and evidence for B^{0} →ϕπ^{+} π^{−}

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The first observation of the rare decay B_{s}^{0}→ϕπ^{+}π^{−} and evidence for B^{0}→ϕπ^{+}π^{−} are reported, using pp collision data recorded by the LHC … - Single spin asymmetry in forward pA collisions. II. Fragmentation contribution

Author(s): Yoshitaka Hatta, Bo-Wen Xiao, Shinsuke Yoshida, and Feng YuanWe compute the twist-three fragmentation contribution to the transverse single spin asymmetry (SSA) in light hadron production p … - Flipped versions of the universal 3-3-1 and the left-right symmetric models in [SU(3)]^{3} : A comprehensive approach

Author(s): Oscar Rodríguez, Richard H. Benavides, William A. Ponce, and Eduardo RojasBy considering the 3-3-1 and the left-right symmetric models as low-energy effective theories of the SU(3)_{C}⊗SU(3 … - Structure of pentaquarks P_{c}^{+} in the chiral quark model

Author(s): Gang Yang, Jialun Ping, and Fan WangThe recent experimental results of the LHCb Collaboration suggested the existence of pentaquark states with a charmonium. To understand the structure of … - Analysis of nucleon electromagnetic form factors from light-front holographic QCD: The spacelike region

Author(s): Raza Sabbir Sufian, Guy F. de Téramond, Stanley J. Brodsky, Alexandre Deur, and Hans Günter DoschWe present a comprehensive analysis of the spacelike nucleon electromagnetic form factors an … - In-medium dispersion relations of charmonia studied by the maximum entropy method

Author(s): Atsuro Ikeda, Masayuki Asakawa, and Masakiyo KitazawaWe study in-medium spectral properties of charmonia in the vector and pseudoscalar channels at nonzero momenta on quenched lattices, esp … - Sphalerons in composite and nonstandard Higgs models

Author(s): Michael Spannowsky and Carlos TamaritAfter the discovery of the Higgs boson and the rather precise measurement of all electroweak boson’s masses the local structure of the electroweak symme … - The holographic supersymmetric Casimir energy

Author(s): Pietro Benetti Genolini, Davide Cassani, Dario Martelli, and James SparksThe Casimir effect is a measure of the vacuum energy of a quantum field theory. For a certain class of supersymmetri … - Audio-band coating thermal noise measurement for Advanced LIGO with a multimode optical resonator

Author(s): S. Gras, H. Yu, W. Yam, D. Martynov, and M. EvansIn modern high precision optical instruments, such as in gravitational wave detectors or frequency references, thermally induced fluctuation … - Constraints on a scale-dependent bias from galaxy clustering

Author(s): L. Amendola, E. Menegoni, C. Di Porto, M. Corsi, and E. BranchiniWe forecast the future constraints on scale-dependent parametrizations of galaxy bias and their impact on the estimate of co … - Inflation and cyclotron motion

Author(s): Jeff GreensiteWe consider, in the context of a braneworld cosmology, the motion of the Universe coupled to a four-form gauge field, with constant field strength, defined in higher dimension … - Natural broadening in the quantum emission spectra of higher-dimensional Schwarzschild black holes

Author(s): Shahar HodFollowing an intriguing heuristic argument of Bekenstein, many researches have suggested during the last four decades that quantized black holes may be characterized by discrete r … - Renormalized stress-energy tensor for stationary black holes

Author(s): Adam LeviWe continue the presentation of the pragmatic mode-sum regularization (PMR) method for computing the renormalized stress-energy tensor (RSET). We show in detail how to employ the t … - Standard model vacuum decay with gravity

Author(s): Arttu Rajantie and Stephen StopyraWe present a calculation of the decay rate of the electroweak vacuum, fully including all gravitational effects and a possible nonminimal Higgs-curvature c … - Saturating the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy bound with initial data sets for gravitational collapse

Author(s): Sina BahramiIt is possible to find initial states for gravitational collapse whose entropy approximately saturates the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of the final black hole. The prototypical e … - Measurement of top quark polarization in tt [over ¯] lepton+jets final states

Author(s): V. M. Abazov et al. (D0 Collaboration)We present a measurement of top quark polarization in tt[over ¯] pair production in pp[over ¯] collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV using data corresponding … - Search for flavor-changing nonstandard neutrino interactions using ν_{e} appearance in MINOS

Author(s): P. Adamson et al. (MINOS Collaboration)We report new constraints on flavor-changing nonstandard neutrino interactions from the MINOS long-baseline experiment using ν_{e} and ν[over ¯]_{e} a … - Scaling violation and the magnetic equation of state in chiral models

Author(s): Gábor András Almási, Wojciech Tarnowski, Bengt Friman, and Krzysztof RedlichThe scaling behavior of the order parameter at the chiral phase transition, the so-called magnetic equation of st … - Gribov horizon and Gribov copies effect in lattice Coulomb gauge

Author(s): Giuseppe Burgio, Markus Quandt, Hugo Reinhardt, and Hannes VogtFollowing a recent proposal by Cooper and Zwanziger, we investigate via SU(2) lattice simulations the effect on the Coulomb ga … - Supersymmetric models on magnetized orbifolds with flux-induced Fayet-Iliopoulos terms

Author(s): Hiroyuki Abe, Tatsuo Kobayashi, Keigo Sumita, and Yoshiyuki TatsutaWe study supersymmetric (SUSY) models derived from the ten-dimensional SUSY Yang-Mills theory compactified on magnetized o … - Erratum: Constructive interference in the spectrum of bremsstrahlung on two amorphous targets [Phys. Rev. D 90, 116007 (2014)]

Author(s): M. V. Bondarenco and N. F. Shul’ga[Phys. Rev. D 95, 019901] Published Mon Jan 09, 2017 - Erratum: Lattice study of large N_{c} QCD [Phys. Rev. D 94, 034506 (2016)]

Author(s): Thomas DeGrand and Yuzhi Liu[Phys. Rev. D 95, 019902] Published Mon Jan 09, 2017 - Consistency relations for large-scale structures with primordial non-Gaussianities

Author(s): Patrick Valageas, Atsushi Taruya, and Takahiro NishimichiWe investigate how the consistency relations of large-scale structures are modified when the initial density field is not Gaussian. … - Loop quantum gravity, exact holographic mapping, and holographic entanglement entropy

Author(s): Muxin Han and Ling-Yan HungThe relation between loop quantum gravity (LQG) and tensor networks is explored from the perspectives of the bulk-boundary duality and holographic entanglement en … - Erratum: Effective low-energy gravitational potential for slow fermions coupled to linearized massive gravity [Phys. Rev. D 92, 105034 (2015)]

Author(s): A. N. Ivanov, M. Pitschmann, and M. Wellenzohn[Phys. Rev. D 95, 029901] Published Mon Jan 09, 2017 - Erratum: Spin precession of slow neutrons in Einstein-Cartan gravity with torsion, chameleon, and magnetic field [Phys. Rev. D 93, 045031 (2016)]

Author(s): A. N. Ivanov and M. Wellenzohn[Phys. Rev. D 95, 029902] Published Mon Jan 09, 2017 - Erratum: Effective low-energy potential for slow Dirac fermions in Einstein-Cartan gravity with torsion and chameleon field [Phys. Rev. D 92, 125004 (2015)]

Author(s): A. N. Ivanov and M. Wellenzohn[Phys. Rev. D 95, 029903] Published Mon Jan 09, 2017 - Inclusive search for supersymmetry using razor variables in pp collisions at sqrt[s] =13 TeV

Author(s): V. Khachatryan et al. (CMS Collaboration)An inclusive search for supersymmetry using razor variables is performed in events with four or more jets and no more than one lepton. The results a … - Search for proton decay via p→e^{+} π^{0} and p→μ^{+} π^{0} in 0.31 megaton·years exposure of the Super-Kamiokande water Cherenkov detector

Author(s): K. Abe et al. (Super-Kamiokande Collaboration)Proton decay is not allowed in the Standard Model but is a signature prediction of Grand Unified Theories (GUTs). The Super-Kamiokande Collabor … - Higgs bosons at high p_{T}

Author(s): Tobias Neumann and Ciaran WilliamsWe present a calculation of H+j at next-to-leading order including the effect of a finite top mass. Where possible we include the complete dependence on m_ … - ϕϕ and J/ψϕ mass spectra in decay B_{s}^{0} →J/ψϕϕ

Author(s): A. A. KozhevnikovThe mass spectra of the ϕϕ and J/ψϕ states in the decay B_{s}^{0}→J/ψϕϕ recently observed by LHCb are calculated in the model which takes into account the J^{P}=0^{+},0^{−} … - J/ψN interactions revisited and Λ_{b}^{0} →J/ψK^{−} (π^{−} )p decays

Author(s): C. W. XiaoRecently LHCb experiments confirmed the findings of the two P_{c} states in the Λ_{b}^{0}→J/ψpπ^{−} decays. In the present work, we investigate both the Λ_{b}^{0}→J/ψK^{−}p and th … - Singlet model interference effects with high scale UV physics

Author(s): S. Dawson and I. M. LewisOne of the simplest extensions of the Standard Model (SM) is the addition of a scalar gauge singlet, S. If S is not forbidden by a symmetry from mixing with the Sta … - Cosmic rays in a galactic breeze

Author(s): Andrew M. Taylor and Gwenael GiacintiMotivated by the discovery of the nonthermal Fermi bubble features both below and above the Galactic plane, we investigate a scenario in which these bub … - Effects of electrically charged dark matter on cosmic microwave background anisotropies

Author(s): Ayuki Kamada, Kazunori Kohri, Tomo Takahashi, and Naoki YoshidaWe examine the possibility that dark matter consists of charged massive particles (CHAMPs) in view of the cosmic microwave bac … - Bump in the blue axion isocurvature spectrum

Author(s): Daniel J. H. Chung and Amol UpadhyeBlue axion isocurvature perturbations are both theoretically well motivated and interesting from a detectability perspective. These power spectra generica … - Cost of seven-brane gauge symmetry in a quadrillion F-theory compactifications

Author(s): James Halverson and Jiahua TianWe study seven-branes in O(10^{15}) four-dimensional F-theory compactifications where seven-brane moduli must be tuned in order to achieve non-Abelian gauge s … - γ^{*} N→N^{*} (1520) form factors in the timelike regime

Author(s): G. Ramalho and M. T. PeñaThe covariant spectator quark model, tested before in a variety of electromagnetic baryon excitations, is applied here to the γ^{*}N→N^{*}(1520) reaction in the tim … - Monte Carlo calculations of the finite density Thirring model

Author(s): Andrei Alexandru, Gökçe Başar, Paulo F. Bedaque, Gregory W. Ridgway, and Neill C. WarringtonWe present results of the numerical simulation of the two-dimensional Thirring model at finite de … - Missing particle associated with two bottom quarks at the LHC: Mono-b versus 2b with razor variables

Author(s): Ning Chen, Zhaofeng Kang, and Jinmian LiThe extended Higgs sector, such as by a second Higgs doublet of type II, provides portals to the dark sector which contain missing particles at the L … - Foliation dependence of black hole apparent horizons in spherical symmetry

Author(s): Valerio Faraoni, George F. R. Ellis, Javad T. Firouzjaee, Alexis Helou, and Ilia MuscoNumerical studies of gravitational collapse to black holes make use of apparent horizons, which are int … - Gravitational waves from bubble collisions: An analytic derivation

Author(s): Ryusuke Jinno and Masahiro TakimotoWe consider gravitational wave production by bubble collisions during a cosmological first-order phase transition. In the literature, such spectra have be … - Validating the effective-one-body model of spinning, precessing binary black holes against numerical relativity

Author(s): Stanislav Babak, Andrea Taracchini, and Alessandra BuonannoIn Abbott et al. [Phys. Rev. X 6, 041014 (2016)], the properties of the first gravitational wave detected by LIGO, GW150914, were … - a-function for N=2 supersymmetric gauge theories in three dimensions

Author(s): J. A. Gracey, I. Jack, C. Poole, and Y. SchröderRecently, the existence of a candidate a-function for renormalizable theories in three dimensions was demonstrated for a general theory at le … - Bimetric QED

Author(s): I. T. DrummondWe study, as a model of Lorentz symmetry breaking, the quantization and renormalization of an extension of QED in a flat spacetime where the photons and electrons propagate di … - Chern-Simons couplings at order O(α^{′2} )

Author(s): Komeil Babaei Velni and Ali JalaliUsing the explicit string scattering calculation and the linear T-dual ward identity, we evaluate the string theory disc amplitude of one Ramond-Ramond fie … - Search for the 0^{−−} glueball in ϒ(1S) and ϒ(2S) decays

Author(s): S. Jia et al. (Belle Collaboration)We report the first search for the J^{PC}=0^{−−} glueball in ϒ(1S) and ϒ(2S) decays with data samples of (102±2)×10^{6} and (158±4)×10^{6} events, respect … - Effective field theory for large logarithms in radiative corrections to electron proton scattering

Author(s): Richard J. HillRadiative corrections to elastic electron proton scattering are analyzed in effective field theory. A new factorization formula identifies all sources of large logarithms in … - Fluctuations of the multiplicity of produced particles in onium-nucleus collisions

Author(s): Tseh Liou, A. H. Mueller, and S. MunierWe address the general features of event-by-event fluctuations of the multiplicity of gluons produced in the scattering of a dilute hadron off a large … - Comparative analysis of analytical solutions for F_{2}^{P} (x,t) in the DGLAP approach

Author(s): D. K. Choudhury and Neelakshi N. K. BorahCoupled Dokshitzer-Gribov-Lipatov-Altarelli-Parisi equations involving singlet quark and gluon distributions are explored by a Taylor expansion at s … - Predicting the singlet vector channel in a partially broken gauge-Higgs theory

Author(s): A. Maas and P. TörekWe study a toy version of a grand-unified theory on the lattice: An SU(3) gauge theory, which experiences a Brout-Englert-Higgs effect due to a single Higgs field in the … - q-deformed statistics and the role of light fermionic dark matter in SN1987A cooling

Author(s): Atanu Guha, Selvaganapathy J, and Prasanta Kumar DasThe light dark matter (≃1–30 MeV) particles pair produced in electron-positron annihilation e^{−}e^{+}→[over γ]χχ[over ¯] inside the sup … - Loop suppressed electroweak symmetry breaking and naturally heavy superpartners

Author(s): Radovan DermíšekA model is presented in which O(10 TeV) stop masses, typically required by the Higgs boson mass in supersymmetric models, do not originate from soft supersymmetry breaking … - Hamilton-Jacobi formalism to warm inflationary scenario

Author(s): K. Sayar, A. Mohammadi, L. Akhtari, and Kh. SaaidiThe Hamilton-Jacobi formalism as a powerful method is being utilized to reconsider the warm inflationary scenario, where the scalar field a … - Relativistic effects in atom gravimeters

Author(s): Yu-Jie Tan, Cheng-Gang Shao, and Zhong-Kun HuAtom interferometry is currently developing rapidly, which is now reaching sufficient precision to motivate laboratory tests of general relativi … - Interior solution for the Kerr metric

Author(s): J. L. Hernandez-Pastora and L. HerreraA recently presented general procedure to find static and axially symmetric, interior solutions to the Einstein equations is extended to the stationary … - Exact gravitational lensing in conformal gravity and Schwarzschild–de Sitter spacetime

Author(s): Yen-Kheng Lim and Qing-hai WangAn exact solution is obtained for the gravitational bending of light in static, spherically symmetric metrics which includes the Schwarzschild–de Sitter space …