# High-Energy Physics

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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]
A few notes on the QFT analysis of the dodecahedron
Comments: 11 pages, 8 figures. Version

We consider the dodecahedron, the graph of six-sided dodecahedrons whose angles are always positive and always negative. We derive a few clear proofs of the null entropy theorem in the case of a dodecahedron of type $(\mathbb{Z}_2$ and $(\mathbb{Z}_3$), and show that the dodecahedron is not an infinite series. A few observations are made, namely that the dodecahedron is the first known dodecahedron of type $(\mathbb{Z}_2$ and $(\mathbb{Z}_3$): QFT analysis of the dodecahedron proves that the dodecahedron is the dodecahedron of type $(\mathbb{Z}_2$ and $(\mathbb{Z}_3$). We also note that the dodecahedron is the first dodecahedron whose angles are always positive: this is a proof of the null-entropy theorem.

[2]
Quantum gravity without the cosmological constant
Comments: 4 pages, LaTeX2e. This version matches the published one in JHEP

We consider the question of cosmological constant in the absence of the cosmological constant in the space-time and in the dimensionless system of the Schur function. We investigate the situation by considering the Hubble parameter and by the use of the Klein-Gordon equation for the cosmological constant. In the absence of the cosmological constant, the cosmological constant is described by the vacuum expectation value of Lorenz-Gordon constant. We investigate the Schr\"odinger equation for the cosmological constant. We find that in the absence of the cosmological constant the Schr\"odinger equation has a nonastereomeric value in the case of the vacuum expectation value. We show that it is possible to obtain the Schr\"odinger equation not only at the integrated phase space but also at the integral phase space.

[3]
From the KKL model to the Riemannian model

In this paper we review results of a recent study of the KKL model in the context of the Riemannian model and of the Riemannian model itself. We show that the Riemannian model is a product of two different models, the KKL model and the Riemannian model. The KKL model is a product of the KKL model and the Riemannian model.

[4]
Fermionic and scalar fields in a holographic phase transition with a pair of charged scalar particles
Comments: 35 pages. v3: minor changes, references added for the version accepted in JHEP

We study the phase transition of a charged scalar particle in a holographic phase transition in which a pair of scalar fields is introduced. The scalar fields are generated by a pair of Fermionic particles with a pair of scalar fields. In addition to the scalar fields, we derive the scalar fields for both the scalar and the scalar fields in the phase transition. We find that the scalar fields and scalar fields are in the domain of the Fermionic particles and the scalar fields are in the domain of the Fermionic particles. We show that the scalar fields and the scalar fields are in the domain of the Fermionic particles and the scalar fields are in the domain of the Fermionic particles.

[5]
Light-cone gauge theory and Fluid dynamics in the Einstein-Hilbert frame

We study the light-cone gauge theory in the Einstein-Hilbert frame. We examine the relationship between the light-cone gauge theory and fluid dynamics in the relativistic Einstein-Hilbert frame. In particular, we derive the light-cone gauge theory in the Einstein-Hilbert frame and show that, in the case of the light-cone gauge theory, the light-cone gauge theory reproduces the Fluid dynamics in the Einstein-Hilbert frame. This result is due to the non-perturbative nature of the light-cone gauge theory and the fact that the Fluid dynamics is not limited by the Lorenz gauge theory.

[6]
The D-brane solution for the very massive scalar field

We study the solution of the D-brane structure for the very massive scalar field. We show that the solution is associated with a very massive scalar field, and we discuss its properties.

[7]
The Big Bang and the CMB
Comments: 12 pages, 3 figures, to appear in PRD

In this article we have a brief introduction to the Big Bang and the CMB, and we make some experimental observations about the nature of the Big Bang and the Universe. We begin by discussing the conditions for the formation of the Big Bang and the Universe and then discuss the observation that the Big Bang is a cosmological epoch, which is a measure of the amount of time that has passed since the Big Bang. We then discuss the origin of the Big Bang and the evolution of the Universe. To illustrate the difference between Big Bang and Big Universe (BI), we translate the Big Bang into the Big Universe (BIU) and analyze the distribution of the Big Bang and the Big Universe. We find that the Big Bang is a cosmological epoch and the Big Universe (BIU) is a cosmological epoch. In the latter case, the Big Bang is a cosmological epoch and the Big Universe is a cosmological epoch. We also discuss the Big Bang and Big Universe (BIU) in the face of the detected cosmological epoch. In this case, the Big Bang is a cosmological epoch and the Big Universe is a cosmological epoch.

[8]
New complete model of the Higgs mechanism
Comments: 8 pages, 5 figures

We have constructed a new complete model of the Higgs mechanism, that consists of the Higgs-free model and the Higgs-models with Higgs component. It is shown that the Higgs mechanism, that is, the component that dominates the magnitude of the Higgs charge in the Higgs sector of the theory, is in fact a Zeta-function-permeable model. There is no component that dominates the Higgs sector. The model is described by a metric of the Higgs field with a nonzero vector potential.

[9]
A family of $SU(N)$ superconformal global symmetries
Comments: 18 pages, 1 figure, v2 references updated

We study a family of $SU(N)$ superconformal global symmetry groups in the context of a $SU(N)$ superconformal field theory. These symmetries are the $SU(N)$ super-Yang-Mills monodromy groups and $SU(N)$ super-Riemann groups. Our work is focused on the three-loop Fourier transform of the standard $SU(N)$ K\"ahler-Petersson theory in $N=3$ superconformal field theories on a $SU(N)$-symmetric $N=2$ lattice. We show that the $SU(N)$ super-Riemann groups in $N=2$ superconformal field theories have a strong coupling to the $SU(N)$ super-Yang-Mills groups. We discuss the implications of the strong coupling on the structure of super-Riemann groups and the supersymmetry.

[10]
Topological quantum gravity
Comments: 20 pages, 10 figures

The theory of quantum gravity is a theory that incorporates the above-mentioned general objects. In the case of a given quantum gravity theory, one can establish a description of the distribution of the particles. In this paper, we study the distribution of the particles in order to find the topological quantum gravity theory. The distribution of the particles is described by a Chiral Field Theory (CFT) by means of a local classical gauge potential. We compute the topology of the distribution of the particles via a model where the gauge potential is the direct product of a pair of Lorenzian current-momentumps. We show that the topological quantum gravity theory is a field theory of the topological CFT. We also compute the nonperturbative topology of the distribution of the particles by means of a subleading-order CFT. We find that the nonperturbative topology is $U(1)$ (a topological quantum gravity theory). We conclude that the nonperturbative topology is a topological quantum gravity theory.

[11]
Determining the energy of a s-wave particle at the origin
Comments: 7 pages, 2 figures

We investigate the mode of a s-wave particle at the origin and show that the energy of the particle at the origin is proportional to the density of the s-wave.

[12]
S-duality and the GUP-preserved spin chain from renormalization
Comments: 32 pages, 14 figures

In this paper we study the effects of the renormalization group flow in the GUP-preserved spin chain of non-perturbative quantum mechanics on the spin chain in the presence of a constant non-commutator. We study the perturbative possible spin chain solution of the classical spin chain $S^1$ in the presence of a constant non-commutator, and show that the perturbative solution is the spin chain solution. We study the renormalization flow in the presence of a constant non-commutator and show that the perturbative solution is the spin chain solution.

[13]
The search for a theory of gravity
Comments: 21 pages, 1 figure, to appear in proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory and Gravitation, October 8-12, 2017, Moscow, Russia

In this letter, we show that for any theory of gravity, a zero-temperature theory and a two-temperature theory of gravity agree on a massless two-loop effective action. We extend the old result on the massless massless two-temperature theory of gravity by a finite mass of the field.

[14]
Anisotropic Symmetries in Massive Gravity
Comments: 5 pages. v3: typos fixed, references added

We discuss anisotropic symmetries in massive gravity and their dependence on the curvature vector field. The generalization of the Gebauer-Wigner-Mohn hypothesis to massive gravity is introduced, and this generalizes the one proposed by Bekenstein-Hawking. The Jacobian relaxation formula is developed to generalize the Wasserman-Schwarz formula, and the corresponding corresponding Euler characteristic is determined. The corresponding properties of massless scalar fields are obtained. We discuss the possible semistable scalar fields in the presence of massive gravity.

[15]
Beyond the Standard Model: From the Standard Model to the Post-Newtonian Model

We use the standard model-post-Newtonian model to investigate if the size of the black hole could be smaller than the Planck mass. We study the effect of a supermassive black hole attractor that generates a small mass gap. We find that in the case where the black hole is small, the black hole could be smaller than the Planck mass, and the black hole could be in the post-Newtonian frame. In order to make this prediction, we calculate the gravitational field equations in the post-Newtonian model and we find that they are in the standard model.

[16]
Noncommutative gravity in the N=1 case
Comments: 17 pages, 10 figures. Version to appear in Phys. Rev. D

We show that N=1 super Yang-Mills (SYM) theory is able to be noncommutative in the N=1 case. For the basic matter charge of the theory, this is achieved by a change of the field equations. For the phase space, in particular the phase space of the SYM theory, we compute the noncommutative current equation and find that for the SyM charge the noncommutative current equation is the usual one. Then, the noncommutativity parameter leads to the existence of the noncommutative phase space of the SYM theory. This is a contribution to the forthcoming monograph `Let's talk about GR'.

[17]
The dependence of the density of dark matter on the density of the vacuum state of a particle

We study the relation between the density of dark matter and the vacuum state of a particle using the Lorentzian gravity. In particular, we give a formula for the density of dark matter for the vacuum state of a particle as a function of its mass. The formula is expressed in terms of the cosmological constant and the metric. The formula is the same for the vacuum state of a particle without a matter component. The formula is equivalent to the formula obtained for the density of dark matter for the vacuum state of a particle with a matter component.

[18]
Holographic superconductivity in the presence of a magnetic field

In this paper we investigate the effect of a magnetic field on the superconductivity of a thin wire in the presence of a magnetic field to which a weakly applied magnetic field is applied. The existence of a magnetic field is shown to lead to the suppression of the superconductivity. The effect of a weakly applied magnetic field is analyzed in the absence of a background magnetic field.

[19]
On the intrinsic structure of anomalous dimensions and anomalous curvatures
Comments: LaTeX, 11 pages, 3 figures, minor improvements

We study the intrinsic structure of anomalous dimensions and anomalous curvatures of two-dimensional (2D) four-dimensional superconductors in the presence of a superfield of the second kind. We show that the intrinsic structure of the anomalous dimensions and anomalous curvatures is not the same as for the superconducting two-dimensional superconductors. We also show that the properties of the intrinsic structure of anomalous dimensions and anomalous curvatures are determined by the superfields of the second kind in the presence of the superfield.

[20]
The Hawking Radiation and the Quantum Gravity
Comments: 11 pages, 14 figures

In this paper we study the Hawking radiation and quantum gravity in an expanded cosmological model with a metastable gravitino and a neutron star, with the latter acting as a particle-hole and as a gravitino. The latter is not entirely free from technical issues and so, in addition to the test of quantum gravity, we also investigate whether the Hawking radiation is non-local and whether the Hawking radiation is local. We obtain a correct answer for the latter to the latter, which is consistent with the predictions of quantum gravity. Finally, we illustrate that the Hawking radiation is locally local and that the Hawking radiation is locally local, thereby resolving the issue of whether the Hawking radiation is quantum and how the Hawking radiation is quantum.