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Author(s): Antonio Pineda and Jaume Tarrús CastellàWe compute hadronic transitions between heavy quarkonium states with two, or one, pion/eta particles in the final state. We use the multipole expansi … - Impacts of the intrinsic charm content of the proton on the ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{cc}$ hadroproduction at a fixed target experiment at the LHC

Author(s): Gu Chen, Xing-Gang Wu, and Shuai XuIn the present paper, we present detailed discussions on the hadronic production of ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{cc}$ at a fixed target experiment at the LHC (After@LHC … - $Z$ boson production in proton-lead collisions at the LHC accounting for transverse momenta of initial partons

Author(s): E. Blanco, A. van Hameren, H. Jung, A. Kusina, and K. KutakWe perform a calculation of inclusive $Z$ boson production in proton-lead collisions at the LHC taking into account the transverse … - New approach to the Sivers effect in the collinear twist-3 formalism

Author(s): Hongxi Xing and Shinsuke YoshidaThe single-transverse spin asymmetry for hadron production in transversely polarized proton scattering receives a major contribution from the Sivers effect, … - Transport coefficients from in-medium quarkonium dynamics

Author(s): Nora Brambilla, Miguel A. Escobedo, Antonio Vairo, and Peter Vander GriendThe in-medium dynamics of heavy particles are governed by transport coefficients. The heavy quark momentum diffusio … - ${b}_{1}$ resonance in coupled $πω$, $πϕ$ scattering from lattice QCD

Author(s): Antoni J. Woss, Christopher E. Thomas, Jozef J. Dudek, Robert G. Edwards, and David J. Wilson (Hadron Spectrum Collaboration)We present the first lattice QCD calculation of coupled $πω$ and … - $Nπ$-state contamination in lattice calculations of the nucleon pseudoscalar form factor

Author(s): Oliver BärThe nucleon-pion-state contribution in the QCD three-point function of the pseudoscalar density is calculated to leading order in chiral perturbation theory. It predicts a nucleon … - Unitarity of the infinite-volume three-particle scattering amplitude arising from a finite-volume formalism

Author(s): Raúl A. Briceño, Maxwell T. Hansen, Stephen R. Sharpe, and Adam P. SzczepaniakHansen and Sharpe [Phys. Rev. D 92, 114509 (2015)] derived a relation between the scattering amplitude of three … - Minimal two-component scalar doublet dark matter with radiative neutrino mass

Author(s): Debasish Borah, Rishav Roshan, and Arunansu SilWe propose a minimal extension of the Standard Model to accommodate two-component dark matter (DM) and light neutrino mass. The symmetry of th … - Varying gauge couplings and collider phenomenology

Author(s): Ulf Danielsson, Rikard Enberg, Gunnar Ingelman, and Tanumoy MandalIn this paper, we investigate a natural extension of the Standard Model that involves varying coupling constants. This is a … - Photon mass in very special relativity

Author(s): Jorge Alfaro and Alex SotoIn very special relativity (VSR) a gauge invariant photon mass is allowed. We explore some consequences of keeping this parameter not zero. VSR-Maxwell equations a … - Complete vectorlike fourth family and new ${\mathrm{U}(1)}^{′}$ for muon anomalies

Author(s): Junichiro Kawamura, Stuart Raby, and Andreas TrautnerWe consider the Standard Model (SM) with the addition of a $\mathrm{U}(1{)}^{′}$ gauge symmetry and a complete fourth family of quarks a … - Relativistic Thomas-Fermi equation of state for magnetized white dwarfs

Author(s): Sujan Kumar Roy, Somnath Mukhopadhyay, Joydev Lahiri, and D. N. BasuThe relativistic Feynman-Metropolis-Teller treatment of compressed atoms is extended to treat magnetized matter. Each ato … - Astrophysical jets from boosted compact objects

Author(s): Ramiro Cayuso, Federico Carrasco, Barbara Sbarato, and Oscar ReulaWe perform full 3D numerical simulations of compact objects, such as black holes or neutron stars, boosted through an ambie … - Cosmic tau neutrino detection via Cherenkov signals from air showers from Earth-emerging taus

Author(s): Mary Hall Reno, John F. Krizmanic, and Tonia M. VentersWe perform a new, detailed calculation of the flux and energy spectrum of Earth-emerging $τ$-leptons generated from the interactions o … - Anomalous ANITA air shower events and tau decays

Author(s): Shoshana Chipman, Rebecca Diesing, Mary Hall Reno, and Ina SarcevicTwo unusual neutrino events in the Antarctic Impulse Transient Antenna (ANITA) appear to have been generated by air shower … - Screened fifth forces in parity-breaking correlation functions

Author(s): Darsh Kodwani and Harry DesmondCross-correlating two different types of galaxy gives rise to parity breaking in the correlation function that derives from differences in the galaxies’ prope … - Lorentz violation and Sagnac gyroscopes

Author(s): Serena Moseley, Nicholas Scaramuzza, Jay D. Tasson, and Max L. TrostelSagnac gyroscopes with increased sensitivity are being developed and operated with a variety of goals including the mea … - Quantum aspects of antisymmetric tensor field with spontaneous Lorentz violation

Author(s): Sandeep Aashish and Sukanta PandaWe study the quantization of a simple model of antisymmetric tensor field with spontaneous Lorentz violation in curved spacetime. We evaluate the one-loop c … - Soldering spin-3 opposite helicities in $D=2+1$

Author(s): D. Dalmazi, A. L. R. dos Santos, E. L. Mendonça, and R. Schimidt BittencourtHere we present the “soldering” of opposite helicity states of a spin-3 particle, in $D=2+1$, into one parity dou … - Force on a point charge source of the classical electromagnetic field

Author(s): Michael K.-H. KiesslingIt is shown that a well-defined expression for the total electromagnetic force ${\mathbit{f}}^{\mathrm{em}}$ on a point charge source of the classical electromagnetic … - Wiedemann-Franz law for hot QCD matter in a color string percolation scenario

Author(s): Pragati Sahoo, Raghunath Sahoo, and Swatantra Kumar TiwariTransport coefficients serve as important probes in characterizing the QCD matter created in high-energy heavy-ion collisions. Ther … - Reduced uncertainty of the axial $γZ$-box diagram correction to the proton’s weak charge

Author(s): Jens Erler, Mikhail Gorchtein, Oleksandr Koshchii, Chien-Yeah Seng, and Hubert SpiesbergerWe present the fully up-to-date calculation of the $γZ$-box correction which needs to be taken into … - Moments of angular distribution and beam asymmetries in $η{π}^{0}$ photoproduction at GlueX

Author(s): V. Mathieu, M. Albaladejo, C. Fernández-Ramírez, A. W. Jackura, M. Mikhasenko, A. Pilloni, and A. P. Szczepaniak (Joint Physics Analysis Center Collaboration)In the search for exotic mesons … - ${γ}^{*}{γ}^{*}→{η}_{c}(1S,2S)$ transition form factors for spacelike photons

Author(s): Izabela Babiarz, Victor P. Goncalves, Roman Pasechnik, Wolfgang Schäfer, and Antoni SzczurekWe derive the light-front wave function (LFWF) representation of the ${γ}^{*}{γ}^{*}→{η}_{c}(1S), … - Magnetic moments of the $\mathrm{spin}\text{−}1/2$ singly charmed baryons in covariant baryon chiral perturbation theory

Author(s): Rui-Xiang Shi, Yang Xiao, and Li-Sheng GengRecent experimental advances have reignited theoretical interests in heavy-flavor hadrons. In this work, we study the magnetic moments of the $\ma … - Role of higher twist effects in diffractive DIS and determination of diffractive parton distribution functions

Author(s): Atefeh Maktoubian, Hossein Mehraban, Hamzeh Khanpour, and Muhammad GoharipourThe current analysis aims to present the results of a QCD analysis of diffractive parton distribution functions … - Dependence of the static quark free energy on ${μ}_{B}$ and the crossover temperature of ${N}_{f}=2+1$ QCD

Author(s): Massimo D’Elia, Francesco Negro, Andrea Rucci, and Francesco SanfilippoWe study the dependence of the static quark free energy on the baryon chemical potential for ${N}_{f}=2+1$ QCD with ph … - Qubit regularization of the $O(3)$ sigma model

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Author(s): G. Balieiro Gomes, D. V. Forero, M. M. Guzzo, P. C. de Holanda, and R. L. N. OliveiraIn this work, we analyze quantum decoherence in neutrino oscillations considering the open quantum syste … - Novel GUT with apparently complete SU(5) multiplets

Author(s): Masahiro Ibe, Satoshi Shirai, Motoo Suzuki, and Tsutomu T. YanagidaThe perfect fit of the matter fields of the Standard Model into the SU(5) multiplets has strongly supported the idea of th … - Causality and dissipation in relativistic polarizable fluids

Author(s): David Montenegro and Giorgio TorrieriUsing field theory techniques we analyze the perfect fluid limit, defined as fastest possible local equilibration, in a medium with polarizability, defi … - Origin and impacts of the first cosmic rays

Author(s): Yutaka Ohira and Kohta MuraseNonthermal phenomena are ubiquitous in the Universe, and cosmic rays (CRs) play various roles in different environments. When, where, and how are CRs first gene … - Stress-tensor commutators in conformal field theories near the lightcone

Author(s): Kuo-Wei HuangStarting with the general stress-tensor commutation relations consistent with the Poincaré algebra in local quantum field theory, we impose the tracelessness condition and focu … - Diverse dark matter density at sub-kiloparsec scales in Milky Way satellites: Implications for the nature of dark matter

Author(s): Jesús Zavala, Mark R. Lovell, Mark Vogelsberger, and Jan D. BurgerMilky Way (MW) satellites reside within dark matter (DM) subhalos with a broad distribution of circular velocity profiles. … - Baryogenesis via gravitational spontaneous symmetry breaking

Author(s): Qiuyue, Jeremy Sakstein, and Mark TroddenWe study baryogenesis in effective field theories where a $\mathrm{U}(1{)}_{B−L}$-charged scalar couples to gravity via curvature invariants. We ana … - Formation threshold of rotating primordial black holes

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Author(s): Niloofar Abbasvandi, Wasif Ahmed, Wan Cong, David Kubizňák, and Robert B. MannWe investigate the thermodynamic phase behavior of rotating and slowly accelerating anti–de Sitter black holes. … - Gravitational lensing of gravitational waves: Rotation of polarization plane

Author(s): Shaoqi Hou (侯绍齐), Xi-Long Fan (范锡龙), and Zong-Hong Zhu (朱宗宏)Similar to the light, gravitational waves traveling in multiple paths may arrive at the same location if there is a gravitational … - Gravitational effects on geonium and free electron ${\mathrm{g}}_{s}$-factor measurements in a Penning trap

Author(s): S. Ulbricht, R. A. Müller, and A. SurzhykovThe authors investigate relativistic corrections to the energy levels of an electron confined in a Penning trap. The Earth’s gravitational field i … - Symmetry breaking and renormalization group flows with higher dimensional operators

Author(s): Nikos Irges and Fotis KoutroulisWe discuss the role of higher dimensional operators in the spontaneous breaking of internal symmetry and scale invariance, in the context of the Lorentz inva … - Magnetic field and curvature effects on pair production. I. Scalars and spinors

Author(s): D. Karabali, S. Kürkçüoǧlu, and V. P. NairThe pair production rates for spin-0 and $\mathrm{spin}\text{−}\frac{1}{2}$ particles are calculated on spaces of the form $M×{\mathbb{R}}^{1,1}$, … - Magnetic field and curvature effects on pair production. II. Vectors and implications for chromodynamics

Author(s): D. Karabali, S. Kürkçüoǧlu, and V. P. NairWe calculate the pair production rates for spin-1 or vector particles on spaces of the form $M×{\mathbb{R}}^{1,1}$, with $M$ corresponding to ${\ma … - Operator approach to complexity: Excited states

Author(s): Wung-Hong HuangWe evaluate the complexity of the free scalar field by the operator approach in which the transformation matrix between the second quantization operators of the reference sta … - Complexity and typical microstates

Author(s): Simon F. RossTypical black hole microstates in $\mathrm{AdS}/\mathrm{CFT}$ were recently conjectured to have a geometrical dual with a smooth horizon and a portion of a second asymptotic re … - Emergent Kalb-Ramond fields from a dimer model

Author(s): Luis Lozano and Hugo García-CompeánWe discuss the emergence of a Kalb-Ramond field and string charge in the lattice and consider the local bosonic model with rotor variables placed on the f … - Matter-coupled supersymmetric Kerr-Newman-${\mathrm{AdS}}_{4}$ black holes

Author(s): Kiril Hristov, Stefanos Katmadas, and Chiara ToldoWe present new analytic rotating four-dimensional anti–de Sitter space (${\mathrm{AdS}}_{4}$) black holes, found as solutions of gauged $\m … - Measurement of ${\overline{ν}}_{μ}$ charged-current single ${π}^{−}$ production on hydrocarbon in the few-GeV region using MINERvA

Author(s): T. Le et al. (MINERvA Collaboration)The antineutrino scattering channel ${\overline{ν}}_{μ}\mathrm{CH}→{μ}^{+}{π}^{−}X$ (nucleon(s)) is analyzed in the incident energy range 1.5 to 10 GeV u … - Improved constraints on sterile neutrinos in the MeV to GeV mass range

Author(s): D. A. Bryman and R. ShrockImproved upper bounds are presented on the coupling $|{U}_{e4}{|}^{2}$ of an electron to a sterile neutrino ${ν}_{4}$ from analyses of data on nuclear and particle … - Neutral and charged pion properties under strong magnetic fields in the NJL model

Author(s): M. Coppola, D. Gomez Dumm, S. Noguera, and N. N. ScoccolaIn the framework of the Nambu–Jona-Lasino (NJL) model, we study the effect of an intense external uniform magnetic field on neutral … - Solution to the Balitsky-Kovchegov equation with the collinearly improved kernel including impact-parameter dependence

Author(s): D. Bendova, J. Cepila, J. G. Contreras, and M. MatasThe solution to the impact-parameter dependent Balitsky-Kovchegov equation with the collinearly improved kernel is studied in detail. The … - Matching coefficients in nonrelativistic QCD to two-loop accuracy

Author(s): Marvin Gerlach, Go Mishima, and Matthias SteinhauserWe consider the Lagrange density of nonrelativistic quantum chromodynamics expanded up to order $1/{m}^{2}$, where $m$ is the heavy quark … - Hybrid static potential flux tubes from SU(2) and SU(3) lattice gauge theory

Author(s): Lasse Müller, Owe Philipsen, Christian Reisinger, and Marc WagnerWe compute chromoelectric and chromomagnetic flux densities for hybrid static potentials in SU(2) and SU(3) lattice gauge th … - Relaxed constraints on the heavy scalar masses in 2HDM

Author(s): Siddhartha Karmakar and Subhendu RakshitIn the wake of new scalar searches at the LHC in various channels, it is interesting to investigate the sacrosanctity of the constraints on the masse … - Implications of the dark axion portal for SHiP and FASER and the advantages of monophoton signals

Author(s): Patrick deNiverville and Hye-Sung LeeWe investigate the implications of the dark axion portal interaction, the axion-photon-dark photon vertex, for the future experiments SHiP and FASER. We … - Indirect studies of electroweakly interacting particles at 100 TeV hadron colliders

Author(s): Tomohiro Abe, So Chigusa, Yohei Ema, and Takeo MoroiThere are many extensions of the standard model that predict the existence of electroweakly interacting massive particles (EWIMPs), in pa … - Pati-Salam unification with a spontaneous $CP$ violation

Author(s): Daijiro SuematsuRecent neutrino oscillation experiments suggest that the Pontecorvo-Maki-Nakagawa-Sakata matrix in the lepton sector has a $CP$ violating phase like the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Ma … - Phenomenology of TeV-scale scalar leptoquarks in the EFT

Author(s): Shaouly Bar-Shalom, Jonathan Cohen, Amarjit Soni, and Jose WudkaWe examine new aspects of leptoquark (LQ) phenomenology using effective field theory (EFT). We construct a complete set of le … - Quantum correlations in neutrino oscillations in curved spacetime

Author(s): Khushboo Dixit, Javid Naikoo, Banibrata Mukhopadhyay, and Subhashish BanerjeeGravity induced neutrino-antineutrino oscillations are studied in the context of one- and two-flavor scenarios. … - Confronting tridirect $CP$-symmetry models with neutrino oscillation experiments

Author(s): Gui-Jun Ding, Yu-Feng Li, Jian Tang, and Tse-Chun WangTridirect $CP$ symmetry is an economical neutrino model building paradigm, and it allows for the description of neutrino masses, mixing … - Observational prospects for gravitational waves from hidden or dark chiral phase transitions

Author(s): Alexander J. Helmboldt, Jisuke Kubo, and Susan van der WoudeWe study the gravitational-wave (GW) signature of first-order chiral phase transitions ($χ\mathrm{PTs}$) in strongly interacting … - Super heat kernel of general second order operators in $N=1$ superspace and one-loop divergence of dilaton-coupled SYM theory

Author(s): Ka-Hei LeungWe develop a general technique to obtain the super-heat-kernel coefficients of an arbitrary second-order operator in $N=1$ superspace. Here we focus on the space of conformal su … - Boosted top quark polarization

Author(s): Rohini Godbole, Monoranjan Guchait, Charanjit K. Khosa, Jayita Lahiri, Seema Sharma, and Aravind H. VijayIn top quark production, the polarization of top quarks, decided by the chiral struc … - Time-dependent solar modulation of cosmic rays from solar minimum to solar maximum

Author(s): Bing-Bing Wang, Xiao-Jun Bi, Kun Fang, Su-Jie Lin, and Peng-Fei YinWe study the time-dependent modulation effect and derive the local interstellar spectra (LIS) for the cosmic ray (CR) prot … - Constraints on millicharged dark matter and axionlike particles from timing of radio waves

Author(s): Andrea Caputo, Laura Sberna, Miguel Frías, Diego Blas, Paolo Pani, Lijing Shao, and Wenming YanWe derive constraints on millicharged dark matter and axionlike particles using pulsar timing … - Stochastic gravitational-wave background from axion-monodromy oscillons in string theory during preheating

Author(s): Yu Sang and Qing-Guo HuangAxion monodromy is a generic phenomenon in string compactifications. We investigate the production of gravitational-wave background from axion monodromy inflation … - Quantum incompleteness of inflation

Author(s): Alice Di Tucci, Job Feldbrugge, Jean-Luc Lehners, and Neil TurokInflation is most often described using quantum field theory (QFT) on a fixed, curved spacetime background. Such a descriptio … - Constraints on the redshift evolution of astrophysical feedback with Sunyaev-Zel’dovich effect cross-correlations

Author(s): S. Pandey et al. (DES Collaboration)An understanding of astrophysical feedback is important for constraining models of galaxy formation and for extracting cosmological information from curr … - Standing waves in general relativity

Author(s): Sebastian J. Szybka and Adam CieślikWe propose a covariant definition of standing gravitational waves in general relativity.[Phys. Rev. D 100, 064025] Published Mon Sep 16, 2019 - Loop quantum cosmology from an alternative Hamiltonian

Author(s): Jinsong Yang, Cong Zhang, and Yongge MaIn this paper, a new Hamiltonian constraint operator for loop quantum cosmology is constructed by using the Chern-Simons action. The quantum dynamics … - Dual formulations of vortex strings in a supersymmetric Abelian Higgs model

Author(s): Muneto Nitta and Ryo YokokuraWe discuss dual formulations of vortex strings (magnetic flux tubes) in the four-dimensional $\mathcal{N}=1$ supersymmetric Abelian Higgs model with the Fayet-I … - Spectrum of anomalous dimensions in hypercubic theories

Author(s): Oleg Antipin and Jahmall BersiniWe compute the spectrum of anomalous dimensions of nonderivative composite operators with an arbitrary number of fields $n$ in the $O(N)$ vector model with c … - Some remarks on the spectral functions of the Abelian Higgs model

Author(s): D. Dudal, D. M. van Egmond, M. S. Guimarães, O. Holanda, B. W. Mintz, L. F. Palhares, G. Peruzzo, and S. P. SorellaWe consider the unitary Abelian Higgs model and investigate its spectral f … - Variable Planck mass from the gauge invariant flow equation

Author(s): Christof Wetterich and Masatoshi YamadaUsing the gauge invariant flow equation for quantum gravity we compute how the strength of gravity depends on the length or energy scale. The fixed po … - Quantum propagation in Smolin’s weak coupling limit of 4D Euclidean gravity

Author(s): Madhavan VaradarajanTwo desirable properties of a quantum dynamics for loop quantum gravity (LQG) are that its generators provide an anomalyfree representation of the classical constraint a … - New realization of the conversion calculation for reactor antineutrino fluxes

Author(s): Yu-Feng Li and Di ZhangValidation of the effective conversion method in the reactor antineutrino flux calculation is examined using the ab initio calculation of the electron and antineutrin … - Spectrum and structure of octet and decuplet baryons and their positive-parity excitations

Author(s): Chen Chen, Gastão Krein, Craig D. Roberts, Sebastian M. Schmidt, and Jorge SegoviaA continuum approach to the three-valence-quark bound-state problem in quantum field theory, employing para … - Elements of QED-NRQED effective field theory. II. Matching of contact interactions

Author(s): Steven P. Dye, Matthew Gonderinger, and Gil PazIn 2010 the first extraction of the proton charge radius from muonic hydrogen was found to be 5 standard deviations away from the regular hydr … - Gluon radiation from a classical point particle

Author(s): K. Kajantie, Larry D. McLerran, and Risto PaatelainenWe consider an initially at rest colored particle which is struck by an ultrarelativistic nucleus. The particle is treated classically w … - Finite-volume effects on the chiral phase transition of thermal ${\mathrm{QED}}_{3}$

Author(s): Hong-tao Feng, Yong-hui Xia, and Hong-shi ZongThe influence of finite-volume effects on dynamical chiral symmetry breaking of thermal ${\mathrm{QED}}_{3}$ is investigated. We show that the … - Canonical interpretation of the newly observed ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{b}(6146{)}^{0}$ and ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{b}(6152{)}^{0}$ via strong decay behaviors

Author(s): Wei Liang, Qi-Fang Lü, and Xian-Hui ZhongStimulated by the newly observed ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{b}(6146{)}^{0}$ and ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{b}(6152{)}^{0}$ resonances, we investigate the strong decays of t … - Planck scale origin of nonzero ${θ}_{13}$ and super-WIMP dark matter

Author(s): Debasish Borah, Biswajit Karmakar, and Dibyendu NandaWe study a discrete flavor symmetric scenario for neutrino mass and dark matter under the circumstances where such global discrete symme … - Unified explanation of $b→s{μ}^{+}{μ}^{−}$ anomalies, neutrino masses, and $B→πK$ puzzle

Author(s): Alakabha Datta, John Waite, and Divya SachdevaAnomalies in semileptonic $B$ decays could indicate new physics beyond the standard model (SM). There is an older puzzle in nonleptonic $B→πK$ … - Coupled ${K}^{+}\mathrm{Λ}$ and ${K}^{0}\mathrm{Λ}$ photoproduction off the nucleon: Consequences from the recent CLAS and MAMI data and the $N(1680){P}_{11}$ narrow state

Author(s): T. MartThe new $γn→{K}^{0}\mathrm{Λ}$ data obtained from the CLAS and MAMI collaborations are analyzed by employing an effective Lagrangian method. The constructed model can describe all av … - Next-to-leading power threshold effects for resummed prompt photon production

Author(s): Melissa van Beekveld, Wim Beenakker, Rahul Basu, Eric Laenen, Anuradha Misra, and Patrick MotylinskiWe assess and compare different methods for including leading threshold logarithms at nex … - Onset of inflation amid backreaction from inhomogeneities

Author(s): Jolyon K. Bloomfield, Patrick Fitzpatrick, Kiriakos Hilbert, and David I. KaiserWe analyze the onset of inflation for a simple single-field model when the system begins with significant inh … - Genericness of pre-inflationary dynamics and probability of the desired slow-roll inflation in modified loop quantum cosmologies

Author(s): Bao-Fei Li, Parampreet Singh, and Anzhong WangWe study the evolution of a spatially flat Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker universe for chaotic and Starobinsky potentials in the framework … - Cosmological constraints with deep learning from KiDS-450 weak lensing maps

Author(s): Janis Fluri, Tomasz Kacprzak, Aurelien Lucchi, Alexandre Refregier, Adam Amara, Thomas Hofmann, and Aurel SchneiderConvolutional neural networks (CNNs) have recently been demonstrated on sy … - Inspiralling eccentric binary neutron stars: Orbital motion and tidal resonance

Author(s): Huan YangWe study the orbital evolution of eccentric binary neutron stars. The motion follows a quasi-Keplarian orbit with perturbations due to tidal couplings. We find that the tidal inter … - Bounding alternative theories of gravity with multiband GW observations

Author(s): Giuseppe Gnocchi, Andrea Maselli, Tiziano Abdelsalhin, Nicola Giacobbo, and Michela MapelliWe study the constraints on alternative theories of gravity that can be determined by multiband ob … - Perturbations in higher derivative gravity beyond maximally symmetric spacetimes

Author(s): K. Sravan Kumar, Shubham Maheshwari, and Anupam MazumdarWe study (covariant) scalar-vector-tensor (SVT) perturbations of infinite derivative gravity (IDG), at the quadratic level of the act … - Measurement of the CKM matrix element $|{V}_{cb}|$ from ${B}^{0}→{D}^{*−}{ℓ}^{+}{ν}_{ℓ}$ at Belle

Author(s): E. Waheed et al. (Belle Collaboration)We present a new measurement of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix element $|{V}_{cb}|$ from ${B}^{0}→{D}^{*−}{ℓ}^{+}{ν}_{ℓ}$ decays, reconstructed w … - Simple and precise factorization of the Jarlskog invariant for neutrino oscillations in matter

Author(s): Peter B. Denton and Stephen J. ParkeFor neutrino propagation in matter, we show that the Jarlskog invariant, which controls the size of true $CP$ violation in neutrino oscillation appearanc … - Octet meson spectra and chiral phase diagram in the improved soft-wall AdS/QCD model

Author(s): Zhen Fang, Yue-Liang Wu, and Lin ZhangWe give a further study on chiral phase diagram in the improved soft-wall AdS/QCD model with $2+1$ flavors. The equations of motion for the octet pseud … - Topological effects in continuum two-dimensional $U(N)$ gauge theories

Author(s): Claudio Bonati and Paolo RossiWe study the $θ$ dependence of the continuum limit of 2D $U(N)$ gauge theories defined on compact manifolds, with special emphasis on spherical ($g=0$) and tor … - Gravity-mediated SUSY breaking, $R$ symmetry, and hyperbolic Kähler geometry

Author(s): Constantinos PallisA novel realization of the gravity-mediated supersymmetry breaking is presented, taking into account a continuous global $R$ symmetry. Consistently with it, we employ a l … - Strong decays of the latest LHCb pentaquark candidates in hadronic molecule pictures

Author(s): Yong-Hui Lin and Bing-Song ZouWe investigate the observed pentaquark candidates ${P}_{c}(4312)$, ${P}_{c}(4440)$, and ${P}_{c}(4457)$ from the latest LHCb measurement, as well as four possi … - Decay behaviors of possible ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{c\overline{c}}$ states in hadronic molecule pictures

Author(s): Chao-Wei Shen, Jia-Jun Wu, and Bing-Song ZouIn 2010, ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{c\overline{c}}^{*}$ states were predicted as the strange number $S=−1$ partners of ${N}_{c\overline{c}}^{*}$, which are w … - Optimized determination of the polarized Bjorken sum rule in pQCD

Author(s): D. Kotlorz and S. V. MikhailovWe present the method of numerical optimization for the perturbative series using the renormalization group in quantum chromodynamics. We apply our approach to … - Background photon temperature $\overline{T}$: A new cosmological Parameter?

Author(s): Jaiyul Yoo, Ermis Mitsou, Yves Dirian, and Ruth DurrerThe background photon temperature $\overline{T}$ is one of the fundamental cosmological parameters, and it is often set equal to the pr …