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Author(s): Anna Schäfer, Juan M. Torres-Rincon, Jonas Rothermel, Niklas Ehlert, Charles Gale, and Hannah ElfnerIn this work, the production of photons through binary scattering processes is investigat … - Tensor renormalization group study of the non-Abelian Higgs model in two dimensions

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Author(s): A. Bazavov, C. Bernard, C. DeTar, Daping Du, A. X. El-Khadra, E. D. Freeland, E. Gámiz, Steven Gottlieb, U. M. Heller, J. Komijani, A. S. Kronfeld, J. Laiho, P. B. Mackenzie, E. T. Neil, T. … - Axion quark nugget dark matter model: Size distribution and survival pattern

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Author(s): Manu Kurian and Vinod ChandraThe longitudinal current density induced by the inhomogeneous electric field in the hot magnetized quark-gluon plasma has been investigated and utilized in obta … - Parton distribution functions and constraints on the intrinsic charm content of the proton using the Brodsky-Hoyer-Peterson-Saka approach

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Author(s): Yang Bai and Nicholas OrlofskyPrimordial black holes (PBHs) with a mass from ${10}^{−16}$ to ${10}^{−11}\text{ }\text{ }{M}_{⊙}$ may comprise 100% of dark matter. Due to a combination of wa … - Nonlinear preheating with nonminimally coupled scalar fields in the Starobinsky model

Author(s): Chengjie Fu, Puxun Wu, and Hongwei YuWe study the preheating after inflation in the Starobinsky model with a nonminimally coupled scalar field $χ$. Using the lattice simulation, we analyze … - Innermost stable circular orbits in the Majumdar-Papapetrou dihole spacetime

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Author(s): Philippe Brax, Anne-Christine Davis, and Adrien KuntzWe show how a nearly massless scalar field conformally and disformally coupled to matter can affect the dynamics of two bodies in their … - Constraining alternative polarization states of gravitational waves from individual black hole binaries using pulsar timing arrays

Author(s): Logan O’Beirne, Neil J. Cornish, Sarah J. Vigeland, and Stephen R. TaylorPulsar timing arrays are sensitive to gravitational wave perturbations produced by individual supermassive black hol … - Entanglement entropy of nonlocal theories in AdS spacetimes

Author(s): Gaurav Narain and Nirmalya KajuriWe investigate the effect of nonlocality on entanglement entropy in anti–de Sitter spacetime. We compute entanglement entropy of a nonlocal field theory in … - Polymer quantum cosmology: Lifting quantization ambiguities using a $\mathrm{SL}\mathbf{(}2,\mathbb{R}\mathbf{)}$ conformal symmetry

Author(s): J. Ben Achour and Etera R. LivineIn this paper, we stress that the simplest cosmological model consisting in a massless scalar field minimally coupled to homogeneous and isotropic gravity h … - Two-loop $N$-jettiness soft function for $pp→2j$ production

Author(s): Shan Jin and Xiaohui LiuWe calculate the two-loop soft function for $pp→jj$, ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→4j$, or $ep→3j$ when the $N$-jettiness observable is measured. The result presented here makes u … - Kinematic distributions of the ${η}_{c}$ photoproduction in $ep$ collisions within the nonrelativistic QCD framework

Author(s): Hong-Fei Zhang, Yu Feng, Wen-Long Sang, and Yu-Peng YanWe study the ${η}_{c}$ photoproduction in $ep$ collisions in this paper. The short-distance coefficients for $c\overline{c}(^{1}{S}_{0 … - Revisiting the SUSY $μ$ problem and its solutions in the LHC era

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Author(s): E. Carquin, N. A. Neill, J. C. Helo, and M. HirschMajorana neutrino mass models with a scale of lepton number violation of order tera-electron-volts potentially lead to signals at the LHC. … - Asymptotic safety and conformal standard model

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Author(s): Eugene B. KolomeiskyWe show that equations of Newtonian hydrodynamics and gravity describing one-dimensional steady gas flow possess nonlinear periodic solutions. In the case of a zero-pres … - What do the highest-energy cosmic-ray data suggest about possible new physics around 50 TeV?

Author(s): Vasiliki Pavlidou and Theodore TomarasThe latest observations of extensive air showers (EASs) induced by ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays appear to indicate, prima facie, a transition to heavy … - Dependence of accessible dark matter annihilation cross sections on the density profiles of dwarf spheroidal galaxies with the Cherenkov Telescope Array

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Author(s): Yanqi Huang, Hao Li, and Bo-Qiang MaA recent proposal to associate 60 TeV to 2 PeV IceCube neutrino events with gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) indicates the Lorentz violation of cosmic neutrinos a … - Cosmic acceleration in unimodular gravity

Author(s): Miguel A. García-Aspeitia, C. Martínez-Robles, A. Hernández-Almada, Juan Magaña, and V. MottaWe study unimodular gravity in the context of cosmology, particularly some interesting consequen … - Improved analytic modeling of neutron star interiors

Author(s): Nan Jiang and Kent YagiStudies of neutron stars are extremely timely, given the recent detection of gravitational waves from a binary neutron star merger GW170817 and the International Spac … - Existence of static spherically-symmetric objects in action-dependent Lagrangian theories

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Author(s): Hiroyuki Nakano, Tatsuya Narikawa, Ken-ichi Oohara, Kazuki Sakai, Hisa-aki Shinkai, Hirotaka Takahashi, Takahiro Tanaka, Nami Uchikata, Shun Yamamoto, and Takahiro S. YamamotoThe ringdown p … - Extensivity, entropy current, area law, and Unruh effect

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Author(s): Marlene Nahrgang, Marcus Bluhm, Thomas Schäfer, and Steffen A. BassA quantitatively reliable theoretical description of the dynamics of fluctuations in nonequilibrium is indispensable in th … - Confinement from correlated instanton-dyon ensembles in SU(2) Yang-Mills theory

Author(s): Miguel Angel Lopez-Ruiz, Yin Jiang, and Jinfeng LiaoWe study the confinement phase transition in SU(2) Yang-Mills theory, based on a statistical ensemble model of correlated instanton-dyons … - $ϕ(2170)$ production in the process $γp→ηϕp$

Author(s): Chen-Guang Zhao, Guan-Ying Wang, Guan-Nan Li, En Wang, and De-Min LiWe have studied the $γp→ηϕp$ reaction within the effective Lagrangian approach by considering the contribution of the int … - Nucleon axial, scalar, and tensor charges using lattice QCD at the physical pion mass

Author(s): Nesreen Hasan, Jeremy Green, Stefan Meinel, Michael Engelhardt, Stefan Krieg, John Negele, Andrew Pochinsky, and Sergey SyritsynWe report on lattice QCD calculations of the nucleon isovecto … - Grand unified parity solution to the strong $CP$ problem

Author(s): Yukihiro Mimura, Rabindra N. Mohapatra, and Matt SeversonA beyond the standard model theory that respects parity symmetry at short distances is known to provide a solution to the strong $CP … - Higgs potential near-criticality from a de Sitter swampland-like condition

Author(s): Jae-hyeon ParkMotivated by the recently proposed de Sitter swampland conjecture, a formally same condition imposed instead on the convex and real exact effective potential is contemplated. … - Pair production from the vacuum by a weakly inhomogeneous space-dependent electric potential

Author(s): S. P. Gavrilov, D. M. Gitman, and A. A. ShishmarevThere exists a clear physical motivation for theoretical studies of the vacuum instability related to the production of electron-positron p … - Erratum: Critical behavior of reduced ${\mathrm{QED}}_{4,3}$ and dynamical fermion gap generation in graphene [Phys. Rev. D 94, 114010 (2016)]

Author(s): A. V. Kotikov and S. Teber[Phys. Rev. D 99, 119902] Published Wed Jun 19, 2019 - Bounding the mass of graviton in a dynamic regime with binary pulsars

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Author(s): William Giarè, Eleonora Di Valentino, and Alessandro MelchiorriA major goal of modern cosmology is the detection of $B$-modes in the cosmic microwave background polarization originated from … - Nonsingular bounces catalyzed by dark energy

Author(s): Sebastian F. Bramberger and Jean-Luc LehnersWe investigate classically nonsingular bounces caused by dark energy. In the presence of positive spatial curvature, vacuum energy, either in the … - Large mass hierarchy from a small nonminimal coupling

Author(s): Christophe Ringeval, Teruaki Suyama, and Masahide YamaguchiWe propose a simple but novel cosmological scenario where both the Planck mass and the dark energy scale emerge from the same supe … - Palatini $f\mathbf{(}\mathcal{R},{\mathcal{L}}_{m},{\mathcal{R}}_{μν}{T}^{μν}\mathbf{)}$ gravity and its Born-Infeld semblance

Author(s): Matthew S. FoxWe investigate Palatini $f(\mathcal{R},{\mathcal{L}}_{m},{\mathcal{R}}_{μν}{T}^{μν})$ modified theories of gravity. As such, the metric and affine connection are treated as in … - Symmetry breaking and lattice kirigami: Finite temperature effects

Author(s): Antonino Flachi and Vincenzo VitaglianoRecent work has analyzed how deformations due to the insertion of a defect in a flat hexagonal lattice affect the ground state structure of an interac … - $κ$-deformed phase spaces, Jordanian twists, Lorentz-Weyl algebra, and dispersion relations

Author(s): D. Meljanac, S. Meljanac, S. Mignemi, and R. ŠtrajnWe consider $κ$-deformed relativistic quantum phase space and possible implementations of the Lorentz algebra. There are two ways of perfo … - Measurement of neutron production in atmospheric neutrino interactions at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory

Author(s): B. Aharmim et al. (SNO Collaboration)Neutron production in giga electron volt–scale neutrino interactions is a poorly studied process. We have measured the neutron multiplicities in atmosph … - Observation and study of the decay $J/ψ→ϕη{η}^{′}$

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)We report the observation and study of the decay $J/ψ→ϕη{η}^{′}$ using $1.3×1{0}^{9}$ $J/ψ$ events collected with the BESIII detector. Its branching … - Extrapolation for meson screening masses from imaginary to real chemical potential

Author(s): Masahiro Ishii, Akihisa Miyahara, Hiroaki Kouno, and Masanobu YahiroWe first extend our formulation for the calculation of $π$- and $σ$-meson screening masses to the case of finite chemical … - Extraction of the CKM phase $γ$ using charmless three-body decays of $B$ mesons

Author(s): Emilie Bertholet, Eli Ben-Haim, Bhubanjyoti Bhattacharya, Matthew Charles, and David LondonThe weak phase $γ$ is extracted from three-body charmless decays of $B$ mesons following a method … - Quark jet rates and quark-gluon discrimination in multijet final states

Author(s): Yasuhito SakakiWe estimate the number of quark jets in QCD multijet final states at hadron colliders. In the estimation, we develop the calculation of jet rates into that of quark jet rates … - Electroweak baryogenesis via bottom transport

Author(s): Tanmoy Modak and Eibun SenahaWe consider a scenario in which an extra bottom Yukawa coupling can drive electroweak baryogenesis in the general two-Higgs doublet model. It is found that the … - Top quark anomalous FCNC production via $tqg$ couplings at an FCC-hh

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Author(s): Sherwood A. Richers, Gail C. McLaughlin, James P. Kneller, and Alexey VlasenkoNeutrinos play a critical role of transporting energy and changing the lepton density within corecollapse super … - Prospects of strongly lensed repeating fast radio bursts: Complementary constraints on dark energy evolution

Author(s): Bin Liu, Zhengxiang Li, He Gao, and Zong-Hong ZhuFast radio bursts (FRBs) are highly dispersed and probably extragalactic radio flashes with millisecond duration. Recently, the Canadian Hyd … - Arbitrariness of potentials in interacting quintessence models

Author(s): Nandan Roy and Kazuharu BambaThough we have entered an era of high precision cosmology the form of the quintessence potentials still remain arbitrary. In this work we explore the interactin … - Unification of dark energy and dark matter from diffusive cosmology

Author(s): D. Benisty, E. I. Guendelman, and Z. HabaGeneralized ideas of unified dark matter and dark energy in the context of dynamical space time theories with a diffusive transfer of energy are stu … - Effective metric in fluid-gravity duality through parallel transport: A proposal

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Author(s): Mehrab Momennia and Seyed Hossein HendiStability criteria of nearly extreme black holes in the perturbations level is one of the interesting issues in gravitational systems. Considering the … - Gravitational perturbations of a Kerr black hole in $f\mathbf{(}R\mathbf{)}$ gravity

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Author(s): L. Herrera, A. Di Prisco, and J. CarotA recently introduced concept of complexity for relativistic fluids is extended to the vacuum solutions represented by the Bondi metric. A complexity h … - There is no ambiguity in the radiatively induced gravitational Chern-Simons term

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Author(s): Pompey Leung and Hajime OtsukaWe explicitly analyze $O({α}^{′})$ corrections to heterotic supergravity on toroidal orbifolds and their resolutions, which play important roles in string phen … - Dilaton-assisted generation of the Fermi scale from the Planck scale

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Author(s): V. V. Flambaum, I. B. Samsonov, and H. B. Tran TanDark photon is a massive vector particle which couples to the physical photon through the kinetic mixing term. Such particles, if they exis … - Higgs vacuum stability with vectorlike fermions

Author(s): Shrihari Gopalakrishna and Arunprasath VelusamyWe present the effects of vectorlike fermions (VLFs) on the stability of the Higgs electroweak vacuum, using the renormalization group improve … - Direct $CP$ violation for ${\overline{B}}_{s}^{0}→ϕ{π}^{+}{π}^{−}$ in perturbative QCD

Author(s): Sheng-Tao Li and Gang LüIn the perturbative QCD approach, we study the direct $CP$ violation in the decay of ${\overline{B}}_{s}^{0}→ρ(ω)ϕ→{π}^{+}{π}^{−}ϕ$ via isospin symmetry breaking. An … - Complete treatment of single-photon emission in planar channeling

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

Author(s): Austin Usselman, Sophia S. Chabysheva, and John R. HillerWe explore the convergence of the light-front coupled-cluster (LFCC) method in the context of two-dimensional quenched scalar Yukawa … - Tracking continuous gravitational waves from a neutron star at once and twice the spin frequency with a hidden Markov model

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Author(s): Alexander Eggemeier, Román Scoccimarro, and Robert E. SmithThe combination of the power spectrum and bispectrum is a powerful way of breaking degeneracies between galaxy bias and cosmologic … - Cosmic distance inference from purely geometric BAO methods: Linear point standard ruler and correlation function model fitting

Author(s): Stefano Anselmi, Pier-Stefano Corasaniti, Ariel G. Sanchez, Glenn D. Starkman, Ravi K. Sheth, and Idit ZehaviLeveraging the baryon acoustic oscillations (BAO) feature present in clustering … - New method to search for continuous gravitational waves from unknown neutron stars in binary systems

Author(s): P. B. Covas and Alicia M. SintesNonaxisymmetric, fast-spinning unknown neutron stars in binary systems may emit continuous gravitational waves (nearly monochromatic long-duration signals) w … - Rotating AdS-Einstein universes from constrained metrics

Author(s): Benjamin HarmsThe imposition of a constraint between the metric tensor elements in both three- and four-dimensional, rotating anti–de Sitter (AdS) space-times is shown to reduce the number … - Spontaneous scalarization in generalized scalar-tensor theory

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

Author(s): H. Dimov, R. C. Rashkov, and T. VetsovWe study the thermodynamic properties of a warped ${\mathrm{AdS}}_{3}$ black hole within the framework of thermodynamic information geometry. Our analy … - Search for $X(3872)$ and $X(3915)$ decay into ${χ}_{c1}{π}^{0}$ in $B$ decays at Belle

Author(s): V. Bhardwaj et al. (The Belle Collaboration)We report a search for $X(3872)$ and $X(3915)$ in ${B}^{+}→{χ}_{c1}{π}^{0}{K}^{+}$ decays. We set an upper limit of $\mathcal{B}({B}^{+}→X(3872){ … - Measurement of the ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→{π}^{+}{π}^{−}{π}^{0}η$ cross section below $\sqrt{s}=2\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{GeV}$

Author(s): M. N. Achasov et al.The process ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→{π}^{+}{π}^{−}{π}^{0}η$ is studied in the center-of-mass energy region below 2 GeV with the SND detector at the VEPP-2000 ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ co …