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Author(s): M. Aaboud et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)A search for four-top-quark production, $t\overline{t}t\overline{t}$, is presented. It is based on proton-proton collision data with a center-of-mass e … - Search for rare decay $J/ψ→ϕ{e}^{+}{e}^{−}$

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)Using a data sample of $448.1×{10}^{6}\text{ }\text{ }ψ(3686)$ events collected at $\sqrt{s}=3.686\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{GeV}$ with the BESIII detec … - Electromagnetic and axial current form factors and spectroscopy of three-flavor holographic baryons

Author(s): Ori C. Druks, Pak Hang Chris Lau, and Ismail ZahedWe present an analysis of the three-flavor holographic model of QCD associated to a $D4/D8$ brane configuration, with symmetry breaking ind … - Dynamical generation of low-energy couplings from quark-meson fluctuations

Author(s): Florian Divotgey, Jürgen Eser, and Mario MitterWe extend our recent computation of the low-energy limit of the linear $O(4)$ quark-meson model. The present analysis focuses on the transform … - Mononeutrino at DUNE: New signals from neutrinophilic thermal dark matter

Author(s): Kevin J. Kelly and Yue ZhangWe introduce the mononeutrino signal at neutrino detectors as a smoking gun of sub-GeV scale dark matter candidates that mainly interact with standard model neut … - Affleck-Dine baryogenesis in the SUSY Dine-Fischler-Srednicki-Zhitnitsky axion model without $R$ parity

Author(s): Kensuke Akita and Hajime OtsukaWe investigate the baryon asymmetry in the supersymmetry Dine-Fischler-Srednicki-Zhitnitsky axion model without $R$-parity. It turns out that the $R$-parity v … - Field correlator method for the confinement in QCD

Author(s): Yu. A. SimonovThe theory of confinement based on the stochastic field mechanism, known as the field correlator method (FCM) is discussed in detail. Experimental and lattice data have accumu … - Ab initio three-loop calculation of the $W$-exchange contribution to nonleptonic decays of double charm baryons

Author(s): Thomas Gutsche, Mikhail A. Ivanov, Jürgen G. Körner, Valery E. Lyubovitskij, and Zhomart TyulemissovWe have made an ab initio three-loop quark model calculation of the $W$-exchange contribu … - First-order solitons with internal structures in an extended Maxwell-$CP(2)$ model

Author(s): J. Andrade, R. Casana, E. da Hora, and C. dos SantosWe study a Maxwell-$CP(2)$ model coupled to a real scalar field through a dielectric function multiplying the Maxwell term. In such a con … - Gravitational electromotive force in magnetic reconnection around Schwarzschild black holes

Author(s): Felipe A. Asenjo and Luca ComissoWe analytically explore the effects of the gravitational electromotive force on magnetic reconnection around Schwarzschild black holes through a generalized … - Astrophysics with core-collapse supernova gravitational wave signals in the next generation of gravitational wave detectors

Author(s): Vincent Roma, Jade Powell, Ik Siong Heng, and Raymond FreyThe next generation of gravitational wave detectors will improve the detection prospects for gravitational waves from core-collapse … - Minimal Higgs inflation with an ${R}^{2}$ term in Palatini gravity

Author(s): Tommi TenkanenIt has recently been suggested that the Standard Model Higgs boson could act as the inflaton while minimally coupled to gravity—given that the gravity sector is extended with … - Dark photon dark matter from a network of cosmic strings

Author(s): Andrew J. Long and Lian-Tao WangWe study the production of ultralight dark photons from a network of near-global, Abelian-Higgs cosmic strings. We find that dark photons produced in this wa … - Towards closing the window of primordial black holes as dark matter: The case of large clustering

Author(s): Torsten Bringmann, Paul Frederik Depta, Valerie Domcke, and Kai Schmidt-HobergThe idea of dark matter in the form of primordial black holes has seen a recent revival triggered by the LIGO d … - Large gauge symmetries of an asymptotically de Sitter horizon: An extended first law of thermodynamics

Author(s): Fatemeh Mahdieh and Hossein ShojaieIn this paper, we show that a universe with a dynamical cosmological constant approaching pure de Sitter at timelike infinity enjoys an infinite-dimension … - Gravitational waves and degrees of freedom in higher derivative gravity

Author(s): Patric HölscherWe study the degrees of freedom of the metric in a general class of higher derivative gravity models, which are interesting in the context of quantum gravity as they are (sup … - Exact black hole solutions in shift-symmetric quadratic degenerate higher-order scalar-tensor theories

Author(s): Hayato Motohashi and Masato MinamitsujiWe find various exact black hole solutions in the shift-symmetric subclass of the quadratic degenerate higher-order scalar-tensor (DHOST) theories wit … - Black hole geodesic parallel transport and the Marck reduction procedure

Author(s): Donato Bini, Andrea Geralico, and Robert T. JantzenThe Wigner rotations arising from the combination of boosts along two different directions are rederived from a relative boost point of vi … - Hairy Schwarzschild-(A)dS black hole solutions in degenerate higher order scalar-tensor theories beyond shift symmetry

Author(s): J. Ben Achour and H. LiuWe derive the general conditions for a large family of shift symmetry breaking degenerate higher order scalar-tensor (DHOST) theories to admit stealth black hole sol … - $\stackrel{^}{\mathbit{p}}·\stackrel{^}{\mathbit{A}}$ vs $\stackrel{^}{\mathbit{x}}·\stackrel{^}{\mathbit{E}}$: Gauge invariance in quantum optics and quantum field theory

Author(s): Nicholas Funai, Jorma Louko, and Eduardo Martín-MartínezWe compare the predictions of the fundamentally motivated minimal coupling ($\stackrel{^}{\mathbit{p}}·\stackrel{^}{\mathbit{A}}$) an … - Tunneling wave function of the universe. II. The backreaction problem

Author(s): Alexander Vilenkin and Masaki YamadaThe tunneling wave function of the Universe is calculated exactly for a de Sitter minisuperspace model with a massless conformally coupled scalar field, … - Theory of metaparticles

Author(s): Laurent Freidel, Jerzy Kowalski-Glikman, Robert G. Leigh, and Djordje MinicWe introduce and develop the theory of metaparticles. At the classical level, this is a world-line theory with the … - Chemical equilibration in weakly coupled QCD

Author(s): Aleksi Kurkela and Aleksas MazeliauskasUsing kinetic theory to analyze the quark-gluon plasma out of equilibrium, the authors show that for realistic values of the coupling constant and rap … - Threshold resummation at NNLL for single-particle production in hadronic collisions

Author(s): Patriz Hinderer, Felix Ringer, George Sterman, and Werner VogelsangWe develop threshold resummation for single-particle inclusive cross sections in hadron-hadron collisions to the level of … - Semileptonic and nonleptonic weak decays of ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{b}^{0}$

Author(s): Jie Zhu, Zheng-Tao Wei, and Hong-Wei KeThe recent experimental developments require a more precise theoretical study of weak decays of heavy baryon ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{b}^{0}$. In this work, we … - Possible triple-charm molecular pentaquarks from ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{cc}{D}_{1}/{\mathrm{Ξ}}_{cc}{D}_{2}^{*}$ interactions

Author(s): Fu-Lai Wang, Rui Chen, Zhan-Wei Liu, and Xiang LiuIn this work, we explore a systematic investigation on $S$-wave interactions between a doubly charmed baryon ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{cc}(3621)$ and … - Probing right handed neutrinos at the LHeC and lepton colliders using fat jet signatures

Author(s): Arindam Das, Sudip Jana, Sanjoy Mandal, and S. NandiThe inclusion of heavy neutral leptons (right-handed neutrinos) to the Standard Model (SM) particle content is one of the best motivated … - Nuclear structure factors for general spin-independent WIMP-nucleus scattering

Author(s): Martin Hoferichter, Philipp Klos, Javier Menéndez, and Achim SchwenkMany direct searches for dark matter rely on understanding its potential scattering off nuclear targets. In this work the … - $SO\mathbf{(}10\mathbf{)}$ paths to dark matter

Author(s): Sacha Ferrari, Thomas Hambye, Julian Heeck, and Michel H. G. TytgatThe grand-unification gauge group $SO(10)$ contains matter parity as a discrete subgroup. This symmetry could be at the or … - Linear seesaw model with hidden gauge symmetry

Author(s): Takaaki Nomura and Hiroshi OkadaWe propose a natural realization of a linear seesaw model with hidden gauge symmetry in which $SU(2{)}_{L}$ triplet fermions and one extra Higgs singlet, dou … - Constraining neutrino mass with tomographic weak lensing peak counts

Author(s): Zack Li, Jia Liu, José Manuel Zorrilla Matilla, and William R. CoultonMassive cosmic neutrinos change the structure formation history by suppressing perturbations on small scales. Weak lens … - Perturbation theory challenge for cosmological parameters estimation: Matter power spectrum in real space

Author(s): Ken Osato, Takahiro Nishimichi, Francis Bernardeau, and Atsushi TaruyaWe study the accuracy with which cosmological parameters can be determined from a real space power spectrum of matter d … - Nonlocal entanglement and directional correlations of primordial perturbations on the inflationary horizon

Author(s): Craig HoganModels are developed to estimate properties of relic cosmic perturbations with “spooky” nonlocal correlations on the inflationary horizon, analogous to those previously posited f … - Black holes and binary mergers in scalar Gauss-Bonnet gravity: Scalar field dynamics

Author(s): Helvi Witek, Leonardo Gualtieri, Paolo Pani, and Thomas P. SotiriouWe study the nonlinear dynamics of black holes that carry scalar hair and binaries composed of such black holes. The scala … - Excited Kerr black holes with scalar hair

Author(s): Yong-Qiang Wang, Yu-Xiao Liu, and Shao-Wen WeiIn the context of a complex scalar field coupled to Einstein gravity theory, we present a novel family of solutions of Kerr black holes with ex … - Geometric optics in general relativity using bilocal operators

Author(s): Michele Grasso, Mikołaj Korzyński, and Julius SerbentaThe authors develop a new formalism to analyze observations in geometrical optics, and apply it to cosmology. This formalism provides a … - Adjoint ${\mathrm{QCD}}_{4}$, deconfined critical phenomena, symmetry-enriched topological quantum field theory, and higher symmetry extension

Author(s): Zheyan Wan and Juven WangRecent work explores the candidate phases of the 4D adjoint quantum chromodynamics (${\mathrm{QCD}}_{4}$) with an SU(2) gauge group and two massless adjoint Weyl fe … - Critique of the fuzzball program

Author(s): Suvrat Raju and Pushkal ShrivastavaWe explore the viability of fuzzballs as candidate microstate geometries for the black hole and their possible role in resolutions of the information para … - Measurement of the mass and production rate of ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{b}^{−}$ baryons

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The first measurement of the production rate of ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{b}^{−}$ baryons in $pp$ collisions relative to that of ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{b}^{0}$ baryons is re … - Using world ${π}^{±}$-nucleus scattering data to constrain an intranuclear cascade model

Author(s): E. S. Pinzon Guerra, C. Wilkinson, S. Bhadra, S. Bolognesi, J. Calcutt, P. de Perio, S. Dolan, T. Feusels, G. A. Fiorentini, Y. Hayato, K. Ieki, K. Mahn, K. S. McFarland, V. Paolone, L. Pic … - Observation of ${χ}_{cJ}→4{K}_{S}^{0}$

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)By analyzing $(448.1±2.9)×1{0}^{6}$ $ψ(3686)$ events collected with the BESIII detector operating at the BEPCII collider, the decays of ${χ}_{cJ}→4{K … - Energy evolution and the Bose-Einstein enhancement for double parton densities

Author(s): E. Gotsman and E. LevinIn this paper we show that Bose-Einstein enhancement generates strong correlations which, in the Balitsky-Fadin-Kuraev-Lipatov (BFKL) evolution, increase with energy. … - Chiral symmetry breaking, color superconductivity, and equation of state for magnetized strange quark matter

Author(s): Aman Abhishek and Hiranmaya MishraWe investigate the vacuum structure of dense quark matter in strong magnetic fields in a three-flavor Nambu Jona Lasinio (NJL) model including the Kobayash … - Multiparticle potentials from lightlike Wilson lines in quark-gluon plasmas: A generalized relation of in-medium splitting rates to jet-quenching parameters $\stackrel{^}{q}$

Author(s): Peter ArnoldA powerful historical insight about the theory of in-medium showering in QCD backgrounds was that splitting rates can be related to a parameter $\stackrel{^}{q}$ that characteri … - Minimal gauged ${\mathrm{U}(1)}_{{L}_{α}−{L}_{β}}$ models driven into a corner

Author(s): Kento Asai, Koichi Hamaguchi, Natsumi Nagata, Shih-Yen Tseng, and Koji TsumuraIt is well known that the differences between the lepton numbers can be gauged with the standard model matter c … - Neutral meson properties in hot and magnetized quark matter: A new magnetic field independent regularization scheme applied to an NJL-type model

Author(s): Sidney S. Avancini, Ricardo L. S. Farias, and William R. TavaresA magnetic field independent regularization scheme (zMFIR) based on the Hurwitz-Riemann zeta function is introduced. The new … - Exploring high multiplicity amplitudes: The quantum mechanics analogue of the spontaneously broken case

Author(s): Joerg Jaeckel and Sebastian SchenkCalculations of high multiplicity Higgs amplitudes exhibit a rapid growth that may signal an end of perturbative behavior or even the need for new physics … - Response to an external magnetic field of the decay rate of a neutral scalar field into a charged fermion pair

Author(s): Jorge Jaber-Urquiza, Gabriella Piccinelli, and Angel SánchezIn this work, we explore the effects of a weak magnetic field on the decay process of a neutral scalar boson into a pair of charg … - Integral representation of the cosmic microwave background spectrum

Author(s): Moorad AlexanianWe use an integral representation for nonthermal radiation, which is bounded from below and above, to describe the spectrum of the cosmic microwave background (CMB). The upp … - Dark compact objects: An extensive overview

Author(s): Maksym Deliyergiyev, Antonino Del Popolo, Laura Tolos, Morgan Le Delliou, Xiguo Lee, and Fiorella BurgioWe study the structure of compact objects that contain non-self annihilating, self-in … - Sterile neutrino origin for the upward directed cosmic ray showers detected by ANITA

Author(s): John F. Cherry and Ian M. ShoemakerThe ANITA balloon experiment has recently observed several $∼\mathrm{EeV}$ cascade events at an angle below the horizon that renders any Standard Model (S … - Superhorizon curvature perturbation in ultraslow-roll inflation

Author(s): Shu-Lin Cheng, Wolung Lee, and Kin-Wang NgWe study the growth of superhorizon modes in the curvature perturbation during an ultraslow-roll or a $\mathrm{large}\text{−}η$ phase in single-fie … - Cluster-void degeneracy breaking: Neutrino properties and dark energy

Author(s): Martin SahlénFuture large-scale spectroscopic astronomical surveys, e.g., Euclid, will enable the compilation of vast new catalogs of clusters and voids in the galaxy distribution. By combi … - Convolution Lagrangian perturbation theory for biased tracers beyond general relativity

Author(s): Georgios Valogiannis and Rachel BeanWe compare analytic predictions for real and Fourier space two-point statistics for biased tracers from a variety of Lagrangian perturbation theory appro … - Curing the self-force runaway problem in finite-difference integration

Author(s): Assaf Lanir and Orr SelaThe electromagnetic self-force equation of motion is known to be afflicted by the so-called “runaway problem.” A similar problem arises in the semiclassical Einstein … - Basis of surface curvature-dependent terms in $6D$

Author(s): Fabricio M. Ferreira and Ilya L. ShapiroTotal derivative terms play an important role in the integration of the conformal anomaly. In four dimensional space $4D$ there is only one such term … - Charged wormhole solutions in Einstein-Cartan gravity

Author(s): Mohammad Reza Mehdizadeh and Amir Hadi ZiaieStatic solutions representing wormhole configurations in Einstein-Cartan theory ($\mathsf{ECT}$) in the presence of electric charge are obtained. … - Photon surfaces in spherically, planar, and hyperbolically symmetric spacetimes in D dimensions: Sonic point/photon sphere correspondence

Author(s): Yasutaka KogaSonic point/photon sphere (SP/PS) correspondence is a theoretical phenomenon which appears in fluid dynamics on curved spacetime and its existence has been recently proved in q … - One-dimensional soliton system of gauged $Q$-ball and anti-$Q$-ball

Author(s): A. Yu. Loginov and V. V. GauzshteinThe ($1+1$)-dimensional gauge model of two complex self-interacting scalar fields that interact with each other through an Abelian gauge field and a quart … - Quantum complete prelude to inflation

Author(s): Stefan Hofmann, Marc Schneider, and Maximilian UrbanIt is shown that the inflationary paradigm admits quantum complete extensions of spacetime. The extended inflationary spacetimes still ha … - Flavor of cosmic neutrinos preserved by ultralight dark matter

Author(s): Yasaman Farzan and Sergio Palomares-RuizWithin the standard propagation scenario, the flavor ratios of high-energy cosmic neutrinos at neutrino telescopes are expected to be around the demo … - $J/ψ$-meson production within improved color evaporation model with the ${k}_{T}$-factorization approach for $c\overline{c}$ production

Author(s): Rafał Maciuła, Antoni Szczurek, and Anna CisekWe use a new approach for the color evaporation model for quarkonium production. The production of $c\overline{c}$ pairs is performed within th … - Evidence for charm-bottom tetraquarks and the mass dependence of heavy-light tetraquark states from lattice QCD

Author(s): Anthony Francis, Renwick J. Hudspith, Randy Lewis, and Kim MaltmanWe continue our study of heavy-light four-quark states and find evidence from lattice QCD for the existence of a strong-int … - ${R}_{{D}^{(*)}}$ motivated ${\mathcal{S}}_{1}$ leptoquark scenarios: Impact of interference on the exclusion limits from LHC data

Author(s): Tanumoy Mandal, Subhadip Mitra, and Swapnil RazMotivated by the persistent anomalies in the semileptonic $B$-meson decays, we investigate the competency of LHC data to constrain the ${R}_{{ … - Effects of the surrounding primordial black holes on the merger rate of primordial black hole binaries

Author(s): Lang Liu, Zong-Kuan Guo, and Rong-Gen CaiWe develop an analytic formalism for computing the merger rate of primordial black hole binaries with a general mass function by taking into account … - Splashback radius in symmetron gravity

Author(s): Omar Contigiani, Valeri Vardanyan, and Alessandra SilvestriThe splashback radius ${r}_{\mathrm{sp}}$ has been identified in cosmological $N$-body simulations as an important scale associate … - Tests of the standard model in neutron beta decay with polarized electrons and unpolarized neutrons and protons

Author(s): A. N. Ivanov, R. Höllwieser, N. I. Troitskaya, M. Wellenzohn, and Ya. A. BerdnikovWe calculate the correlation coefficients of the electron–energy and electron–antineutrino angular distribu … - Quenched SU(2) adjoint scalar propagator in minimal Landau gauge

Author(s): Axel MaasIt is a longstanding question whether the confinement of matter fields in QCD has an imprint in the (gauge-dependent) correlation functions, especially the propagators. In particul … - Prospects for axion searches with Advanced LIGO through binary mergers

Author(s): Junwu Huang, Matthew C. Johnson, Laura Sagunski, Mairi Sakellariadou, and Jun ZhangThe observation of gravitational waves from a binary neutron star merger by LIGO/VIRGO and the associated … - Einstein’s Universe: Cosmological structure formation in numerical relativity

Author(s): Hayley J. Macpherson, Daniel J. Price, and Paul D. LaskyWe perform large-scale cosmological simulations that solve Einstein’s equations directly via numerical relativity. Starting with init … - Evading Derrick’s theorem in curved space: Static metastable spherical domain wall

Author(s): G. Alestas and L. PerivolaropoulosA recent analysis by one of the authors [L. Perivolaropoulos, Gravitational interactions of finite thickness global topological defects with black holes, P … - Infrared features of gravitational scattering and radiation in the eikonal approach

Author(s): Marcello Ciafaloni, Dimitri Colferai, and Gabriele VenezianoThe authors investigate the infrared behaviour of gravitational radiation emitted from the scattering of massless particles at ve … - Exact top Yukawa corrections to Higgs boson decay into bottom quarks

Author(s): Amedeo Primo, Gianmarco Sasso, Gábor Somogyi, and Francesco TramontanoIn this paper we present the results of the exact computation of contributions to the Higgs boson decay into bottom qua … - Multistep strongly first order phase transitions from new fermions at the TeV scale

Author(s): Andrei Angelescu and Peisi HuangIn spite of the vast literature on the subject of first order electroweak phase transitions (EWPTs), which can provide the necessary conditions for generatin … - Decay $ϕ→Zγγ$ ($ϕ=h$, $H$, $A$) in the minimal supersymmetric standard model

Author(s): R. Sánchez-Vélez and G. Tavares-VelascoThe decays of the $CP$-even ($h$, $H$) and the $CP$-odd ($A$) Higgs bosons $h$, $H$, $A→Zγγ$ are calculated in the context of the minimal supersymmetr … - Inverse seesaw model with a natural hierarchy at the TeV scale

Author(s): Takaaki Nomura and Hiroshi OkadaWe propose a new kind of inverse seesaw model without any additional symmetries. Instead of the symmetries, we introduce several fermions and bosons with hig … - Analysis of quantum effects inside spherical charged black holes

Author(s): Assaf Lanir, Amos Ori, Noa Zilberman, Orr Sela, Ahron Maline, and Adam LeviWe numerically compute the renormalized expectation value $⟨{\stackrel{^}{\mathrm{Φ}}}^{2}{⟩}_{\mathrm{ren}}$ of a … - Nonlinearly realized conformal invariance in scale invariant field theories

Author(s): Takemichi OkuiI explore the implications of promoting nonconformal scale-invariant theories to conformal theories by nonlinearly realizing the missing symmetry. Properties of the associated … - Dibaryons cannot be the dark matter

Author(s): Edward W. Kolb and Michael S. TurnerThe hypothetical $SU(3)$ flavor-singlet dibaryon state $S$ with strangeness $−2$ has been discussed as a dark-matter candidate capable of explaining the … - Inflation in loop quantum cosmology

Author(s): Anshuman Bhardwaj, Edmund J. Copeland, and Jorma LoukoWe develop a consistent analytic approach to determine the conditions under which slow-roll inflation can arise when the inflaton is th … - $T$-dual cosmological solutions in double field theory. II.

Author(s): Heliudson Bernardo, Robert Brandenberger, and Guilherme FranzmannIn this paper we present cosmological solutions of double field theory in the supergravity frame and in the winding frame wh … - Dynamical analysis of loop quantum ${R}^{2}$ cosmology

Author(s): Long ChenThe effective dynamics of loop quantum $f(R)$ cosmology in the Jordan frame is considered by using the dynamical system method and numerical method. To make the analysis in detail, … - Particle creation and decay in nonminimally coupled models of gravity

Author(s): R. P. L. Azevedo and P. P. AvelinoIn extended models of gravity, a nonminimal coupling to matter has been assumed to lead to irreversible particle creation. In this paper, we challenge this … - Spherically symmetric static vacuum solutions in hybrid metric-Palatini gravity

Author(s): Bogdan Dǎnilǎ, Tiberiu Harko, Francisco S. N. Lobo, and Man Kwong MakWe consider vacuum static spherically symmetric solutions in the hybrid metric-Palatini gravity theory, which is a combi … - Revisiting the solution of the second-class constraints of the Holst action

Author(s): Merced Montesinos, Jorge Romero, and Mariano CeladaIn this paper we revisit the nonmanifestly Lorentz-covariant canonical analysis of the Holst action with a cosmological constant. We take … - Consistent derivation of the Hawking effect for both nonextremal and extremal Kerr black holes

Author(s): Subhajit Barman and Golam Mortuza HossainIt is believed that extremal black holes do not emit Hawking radiation as understood by taking extremal limits of nonextremal black holes. However, … - Reconstruction of top quark pair dilepton decays in electron-positron collisions

Author(s): Helenka Casler, Matthew Manganel, Miguel C. N. Fiolhais, Andrea Ferroglia, and António OnofreA new algorithm is presented to perform the full kinematic reconstruction of top quark pair even … - Accessing linearly polarized gluon distribution in $J/ψ$ production at the electron-ion collider

Author(s): Raj Kishore and Asmita MukherjeeWe calculate the $\mathrm{cos}2{ϕ}_{h}$ asymmetry in $J/ψ$ production in electron-proton collision for the kinematics of the planned electron-ion collider (E … - Improving the kinetic couplings in lattice nonrelativistic QCD

Author(s): Christine T. H. Davies, Judd Harrison, Ciaran Hughes, Ronald R. Horgan, Georg M. von Hippel, and Matthew Wingate (HPQCD Collaboration)We improve the nonrelativistic QCD (NRQCD) action by co … - Topological susceptibility of two-dimensional $U(N)$ gauge theories

Author(s): Claudio Bonati and Paolo RossiIn this paper, we study the topological susceptibility of two-dimensional $U(N)$ gauge theories. We provide explicit expressions for the partition function and … - Boosting the $H→\text{invisibles}$ searches with $Z$ boson polarization

Author(s): Dorival Gonçalves and Junya NakamuraIt is argued that, in $H→\text{invisibles}$ searches with $Z(ℓℓ)H$ associated production at the LHC, the signal efficiency can be sensibly improved via a … - Atomki Anomaly in Family-Dependent $U(1{)}^{′}$ Extension of the Standard Model

Author(s): Luigi Delle Rose, Shaaban Khalil, Simon J. D. King, Stefano Moretti, and Ahmed M. ThabtIn the context of a gauge invariant, nonanomalous, and family-dependent (nonuniversal) $U(1{)}^{′}$ ex … - Left-right SU(4) vector leptoquark model for flavor anomalies

Author(s): Bartosz Fornal, Sri Aditya Gadam, and Benjamín GrinsteinBuilding on our recent proposal to explain the experimental hints of new physics in $B$ meson decays within the framework of Pati-Sal … - Technicolor models with coupled systems of Schwinger-Dyson equations

Author(s): A. Doff and A. A. NataleWhen technicolor (TC), QCD, extended technicolor (ETC), and other interactions become coupled through their different Schwinger-Dyson equations, the solutions of the … - Polarization observables in ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ annihilation to a baryon-antibaryon pair

Author(s): Elisabetta Perotti, Göran Fäldt, Andrzej Kupsc, Stefan Leupold, and Jiao Jiao SongUsing the helicity formalism of Jacob and Wick, we derive spin density matrices of baryon antibaryon pairs … - Gravitational waveforms for high spin and high mass-ratio binary black holes: A synergistic use of numerical-relativity codes

Author(s): Ian Hinder, Serguei Ossokine, Harald P. Pfeiffer, and Alessandra BuonannoObservation and characterization of gravitational waves from binary black holes requires accurate knowledge of the e … - Third family of compact stars within a nonlocal chiral quark model equation of state

Author(s): D. E. Alvarez-Castillo, D. B. Blaschke, A. G. Grunfeld, and V. P. PaguraA class of hybrid compact star equations of state is investigated that joins by a Maxwell construction a low-density … - Comprehensive analysis of anomalous ANITA events disfavors a diffuse tau-neutrino flux origin

Author(s): A. Romero-Wolf et al.Recently, the ANITA collaboration reported on two upward-going extensive air shower events consistent with a primary particle that emerges from the surface of the Antar … - Energetics of high-energy cosmic radiations

Author(s): Kohta Murase and Masataka FukugitaThe luminosity densities of high-energy cosmic radiations are studied to find connections among the various components, including high-energy neutrinos mea … - Black holes with surrounding matter and rainbow scattering

Author(s): Luiz C. S. Leite, Caio F. B. Macedo, and Luís C. B. CrispinoThe scattering of light by water droplets can produce one of the most beautiful phenomena in nature: the rainbow. This optical ph …