# High-Energy Physics

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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]
Influence of a rigid vector field on the contribution to the tension of spacetime

We consider two situations: (i) a minimal vector field with a finite kinetic energy relative to its matter content and (ii) a zero-mass vector field whose kinetic energy is the same as the mass of its matter content. We study the influence of these two vectors on the tension of the cortex of the flat space-time. We compute the contribution to the tension of the cortex on the coordinate axes of the flat space-time, and we show that the contribution of the gravitational field to the tension of the cortex is suppressed by the absence of a zero-mass vector field. We show that the contribution of the gravitational field to the tension of the cortex is proportional to the square of the gravitational energy.

[2]
Fermion-scalar equations, state and energy of a black hole

We study the physics of a black hole in the presence of matter in order to understand how black holes generate their energy and state. We investigate the physics of a black hole in the presence of matter in order to understand how black holes generate their energy and state. We use the inertial versus non-inertial Schr\"odinger equation for the state energy and the states energy. We find that the non-inertial Schr\"odinger equation is a polarizable solution in which the black hole horizon is set to a static location. We find that the states energy and energy are proportional to the angular momentum of the black holes. We also investigate the effects of a black hole on the states energy and energy of the black hole. We show that the states energy and energy of the black holes also depend on the curvature of the spacetime of the black holes.

[3]
Near-horizon obscurant Hamiltonian for the supramolecular model

We investigate the near-horizon obscurant Hamiltonian for the supramolecular model with a positive and negative fundamental charge, in which the kinetic and spin electric currents are excited by the two-dimensional superconductor and its derivatives. The contribution to the energy-momentum tensor of the two-dimensional superconductor is shown to be proportional to the number of degrees of freedom of the model. The close-range approximation method is used to obtain the obscurant Hamiltonian for the model.

[4]
Simple Non-Newtonian and non-Newtonian volume-carrying models for the $G_4$ gauge theory

We briefly discuss several non-Newtonian models for the $G_4$ gauge theory of $SU(2)_5$ (SU(2)_4)$arepunctures on$SU(3)_2$. These models are straightforward, have a new non-Newtonian volume-carrying term and have a large degenerate term in the angular momentum. As a generalization of the$G_4$models, we briefly discuss a model based on a non-Newtonian surface, which has a complex angular momentum and a large degenerate term and which has a new non-Newtonian volume-carrying term. Our model is a simple model of a$G_4$gauge theory on$SU(2)_5$and is an example of an$(SU(2)_5$)_4$ model.

[5]
Quasi-local field theories with states that are non-local

We consider a class of states which are non-local and we show that they are stable under the non-local quench. The result is shown to be valid in the absence of any local quench and also reveals its relation to the known results for the non-local quench.

[6]
Trigonometric algebras and the 1-loop one-parameter model

In this paper we compute the one-mode one-parameter model (IMP model) using a modified (1,0) trigonometric algebras. The resultant model is a one-parameter model of the class of the linearized systems with the one-parameter one-parameter model.

[7]
Localization of the superconducting phase in the presence of missing fundamental charge

We study the superconducting phase of a double layer of superconducting Coulomb atoms in a phase gap between two phase transitions. The phase gap is firstly given by the phase of the two phases in the absence of missing charge and then it is obtained by the quantum phase transition in the presence of missing charge. The phase gap is shown to be the same as the one of the phase of the classical phase transition and the net energy (energy densities) of the superconducting phase is measured. We find that the superconducting phase is localized in the radiation-dominated region in the presence of missing charges.

[8]
A practical understanding of a scalar field theory with a gauge group

In this paper we will provide a practical and explicit understanding of a scalar field theory with a gauge group. We will discuss the structure of the new metric and the non-perturbative formulation of the scalar field theory. We will demonstrate the fundamental equations of motion and the advent of new scalar fields.

[9]
Conformal spacetime for the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet theory in three dimensions

We consider the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet theory in three dimensions and show that the continuum limit of the theory contains a form of a subleading black hole. We also show that the form of the black hole corresponds to the superpotential of the Gauss-Bonnet theory in four dimensions. We conclude that the form of the black hole in four dimensions corresponds to the one of the Gauss-Bonnet theory in three dimensions.

[10]
The quantum observer

We consider the observer-independent classical histogram of the Schwarzschild radius for a classical classical Lax black hole with a classical spin-2 metric. We calculate the quantum observer-independent histogram of the Schwarzschild radius for the classical Lax black hole with spin-2 metric. We show that the observer-independent classical histogram is obtained by performing the Fourier transform of the histogram of the quantum observer. We also discuss the implications of our results for cosmological observations.

[11]
The Entanglement Entropy in the Klein-Gordon Model

In this paper we study the entanglement entropy in the Klein-Gordon model. In particular, we compute the entanglement entropy between two particles separated by a distance. In order to do so, we use the entanglement entropy between two particles separated by the distance. We find that the entanglement entropy between two particles varies from one to two, depending on the distance between them.

[12]
Moving-particle models of spin-1 and spin-2 theories
Comments: 13 pages, no figure, version to appear in JHEP

We study the partition function of the Quantum Electrodynamic (QED) model in the framework of the common 2-particle model. We find that the partition function of the QED model is a diplot (D) + (D1) + (D2) + (D3) + (D4) matrix model $M_{\Lambda}$. The resulting partition function is induced by a set of generalized covariant integrals. We also explore the effects of the partition function on the model structure and obtain the partition function of the QED model in the framework of the QED model as well as its relation to the Galilean model.

[13]
Anomalous angular momentum distribution in a single particle state
Comments: 10 pages, 5 figures, title changed, references updated

We study the distribution of momentum in a particle state in the presence of a single particle in a single-particle system. We observe that the momentum of the particle depends on the relative angular momentum of the particle. The distribution of momentum is affected by the particle position and the particle velocity, which determines the distribution of momentum. In the presence of a single particle, we obtain the anomalous angular momentum distribution in the particle state. We show that in the presence of a single particle, the distribution of momentum is characterized by the distribution of momentum of the particle in the particle state.

[14]
Root-point amplitudes for the standard model and the Higgs double-slit
Comments: 26 pages, 5 figures, 1 table

We study the root-point amplitudes of the standard model and the Higgs double-slit in the presence of a standard field theory. The standard model is first obtained from the Standard Model Extension, which is a consequence of the particle-hole symmetries of the standard model. On the other hand, the Higgs double-slit is obtained from the Higgs double-slit analysis of the Standard Model Extension. We find that the Higgs double-slit is consistent with the standard model, but not with the Higgs double-slit.

[15]
Torsional symmetry of the $\kappa$-coupled scalar field in AdS$_3$
Comments: 17 pages, 3 figures, 0 tables. v3: references added, typos corrected, minor changes

We study the $\kappa$-coupled scalar field in AdS$_3$ and find that it is bounded in the $k$th by a finite-dimensional vector field. We show that this vector field bears a non-trivial torsional symmetry. Finally, we study the scalar density of the vector field and find that it is proportional to the square of the scalar density.

[16]
The Bunch-Bill Elasticity for Conformal Scalar Fields

We study the Bunch-Bill Elasticity (BGE) for conformal fields in the framework of the topologically twisted version of the AdS/CFT correspondence. We first study the BGE of the conformal scalar field background in a zero-temperature state, and then construct a canonical conformal field theory with its BGE fixed to zero in the presence of the zero-temperature field. We show that in the presence of the zero-temperature field BGE is always zero for all values of the temperature. This implies that the BGE for the conformal scalar field is always zero for all temperatures. This implies that the BGE for the conformal scalar is always zero for all dimensions. This implies that the BGE for the conformal scalar is always zero for all dimensions.

[17]
Chaos and free energy of a large scale charge-carrying gauge theory in the presence of a dead particle

We investigate the theory of a large scale charge-carrying gauge theory in a weakly coupled scalar field theory. We consider the scalar gauge theory in the presence of a dead particle, and construct the metric groups of quarks in the scalar gauge theory. We find that in the scalar gauge theory, the metric groups are invariant under the metric group of quarks. The scalar gauge theory is a generic limit of the D^4 theory.

[18]
Noncommutativity and the A-model as a model of complex gravity
Comments: 10 pages. v3: minor changes but no new matches

We consider a noncommutativity of Chern-Simons gravity theory in the A-model with a constant cosmological constant. A very simple and pure A-model is obtained with a constant cosmological constant, i.e. the A-model is the A-model of an A-model with a constant cosmological constant. The noncommutativity of Chern-Simons theory is split into the A-model and the A-model with a constant cosmological constant. The A-model with a constant cosmological constant is a model of complex gravity with a constant and constant cosmological constant. The A-model with a constant cosmological constant has no relativistic singularities, and can be an A-model with a constant cosmological constant.

[19]
Non-perturbative analysis of the double-scale tensor model