High-Energy Physics

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[1]  faKiv:2004.07217 [pdf]
A simple pattern matching scheme to compute the mass of a background singularity
Comments: 20 pages. v2: minor improvements

We propose a simple pattern matching scheme for computing the mass of a background singularity in theories with either a non-supersymmetric gauge field or a non-supersymmetric gauge field. Such a scheme is formulated in terms of an Abelian algebra and its element-by-element sums are expressed as geometrical quantities. The algebra is constructed in terms of finite geometries and its relation to the Abelian algebra is explored. The algebra is then decomposed by its elements using the T-duality algebra, and its resultant algebra is studied. The algebra is then decomposed by its elements using the T-duality algebra, and its resultant algebra is studied. We discuss the possibility of obtaining the mass of a background singularity by this scheme. In particular, we illustrate the method in the case of the Lorenz gauge theory.

[2]  faKiv:2004.07296 [pdf]
Symmetries and Hilbert spaces of BPS states in a generalized monopole
Comments: 33 pages, 1 figure

A generalized monopole is composed of a value of the free parameter that is invariant under the lattice renormalization group of the lattice state and the value of the free parameter that is not invariant under the lattice renormalization group. We study the applicability of this formula to the case where the lattice parameter of the lattice state is non-negative and the lattice parameter of the lattice state is positive. The results show that the lattice parameter of the lattice state is positive and the lattice parameter of the lattice state is negative. Based on these findings, we consider the case where the lattice parameter of the lattice state is positive and the lattice parameter of the lattice state is negative. The lattice parameter of the lattice state is negative and the lattice parameter of the lattice state is positive. Based on these results, we derive the solution of the lattice renormalization group equation for the lattice parameter of the lattice state and the lattice parameter of the lattice state. In this case, the solution of the lattice renormalization group equation is found to be a solution of the lattice equation. We find that the lattice parameter of the lattice state is positive and the lattice parameter of the lattice state is negative.

[3]  faKiv:2004.07341 [pdf]
Optimizations on a single-parameterized (non-distinctive) class of B-field theories with nonlinear curvature
Comments:

We study two-parameterized (non-distinctive) B-field theories with nonlinear curvature with the help of a numerical optimization procedure. We show that the numerical optimization procedure, which is related to the minimization procedure, is a non-trivial alternative to the picture of a direct numerical optimization procedure. We show that the non-distinctive B-fields have the same structure as the B-fields with nonlinear curvature. We also discuss the optimization procedure for the non-distinctive B-fields.

[4]  faKiv:2004.07526 [pdf]
Simple Non-Newtonian and non-Newtonian volume-carrying models for the $G_4$ gauge theory
Comments: 18 pages, 5 figures

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]  faKiv:2004.07543 [pdf]
The subleading Lax diffusion curve in the CCK model of gauge-matter duality
Comments: 19 pages, minor modifications

We study the subleading Lax diffusion curve (LBD) in the CCK model of the gauge-matter duality with the duality to gauge-holonomy. We apply the LBD equations to the case of a gauge-holonomy duality to gauge-holonomy fluid and find that on the LBD the diffusion of the duality gauge has the potential of a subleading Lax diffusion, whereas the gauge-holonomy flow has the potential of a subleading Lax diffusion. The diffusion equation for a gauge-holonomy duality is given by the equation of diffusion of the duality. In the case of a gauge-holonomy duality to gauge-holonomy fluid the diffusion equation in the LBD is simply the LBD equation. In this case the second derivative of the gauge-holonomy diffusion coefficients is determined by the diffusion equation. However, we find that the second derivative of the gauge-holonomy diffusion coefficients can be ever-increasing depending on the gauge-holonomy flow, i.e., we can find a subleading Lax diffusion constant for a gauge-holonomy duality to gauge-holonomy fluid and on the LBD. In that case the subleading Lax diffusion coefficient can be expressed in terms of the diffusion coefficients of the duality gauge.

[6]  faKiv:2004.07549 [pdf]
The reals and physical quantities in the presence of the Higgs
Comments: 12 pages, 5 figures. v5: references updated, isbn added, Pdf format is introduced

In order to understand the behaviour of the Higgs particle under the presence of the Higgs field, it is necessary to understand the apparent duality between the two physical quantities in the presence of the Higgs particle. As such, we study the Higgs state and the state of Higgs matter in the presence of the Higgs field in an adiabatic quantum field theory. The central feature of the Higgs state and Higgs matter is that the Higgs particle is simultaneously considered as the observer and a particle. The latter is considered as an obstacle to the existence of a physical quantity. Furthermore, we find that in the absence of the Higgs particle, the Higgs state is a quantum state in which the Higgs field is not fully realized in the Higgs phase. As a result, the Higgs state does not necessarily involve the Higgs particle. However, the Higgs state is a quantum state in which the Higgs field is fully realized in the Higgs phase. The Higgs particle is also represented as an obstacle to the existence of a physical quantity. Finally, we discuss the physical quantities in the presence of the Higgs field in an adiabatic quantum field theory.

[7]  faKiv:2004.07554 [pdf]
Skyrme-propagation of the Higgs field in four dimensions and the entanglement with the Ho\v{e}therian
Comments: Published version

In this paper we study the propagation of the Higgs field in four dimensions in the presence of a background field, called the Ho\v{e}therian. We have calculated the propagators of the Higgs field in four dimensions in the presence of the Ho\v{e}therian in the presence of a background field. We have found that the propagation of the Higgs field is localized in the direction of its entangling force at the boundary. We have also calculated the propagators of the Higgs field in four dimensions in the presence of the Ho\v{e}therian in the presence of a background field.

[8]  faKiv:2004.07626 [pdf]
Instability of the black hole in a zero-temperature inhomogeneous vacuum
Comments: 20 pages, 6 figures

We study the quantum fluctuations in a zero-temperature inhomogeneous vacuum which is sustained either intrinsically or by the presence of a photon. We calculate the results of the entropy-density energy-momentum tensor and the amplitudes of the perturbations. In the case of a photon, we show that the entropy-density energy-momentum tensor increases with the temperature. The consequence is that for extended periods of the zero-temperature inhomogeneous vacuum the black hole becomes a weakly-coupled neutron star. Moreover, we find that the black hole may become unstable even when the photon is present. This is because the entropy-density energy-momentum tensor is sensitive to the temperature.

[9]  faKiv:2004.07759 [pdf]
Unruh-DeWitt detector and electromagnetic radiation from a black hole
Comments: 15 pages, 5 figures, 2 tables

In this letter we show that the Unruh-DeWitt detector in a black hole asymptotes to zero with respect to the Einstein-Chiang-Yutani (ECY) equation. We identify this as the result of the abelian quantum mechanics (QM) of a black hole. We conclude that the radiation emitted by a black hole is a zero-intensity electromagnetic radiation.

[10]  faKiv:2004.07788 [pdf]
Constraints on the Bunch-Einstein model from string theory
Comments: 20 pages, 5 figures, minor improvements

We study the Bunch-Einstein model (BEM) for the Einstein-Yang-Mills (EYM) theory on the Lie algebras and we use the results of the perturbative limit of perturbative string theory to find the perturbative corrections to the EYM theory at the level of the perturbative system. We consider the case of the BEM with standard non-perturbative corrections. In order to determine the perturbative corrections, we use the perturbative correction formula for the perturbative representation of the EYM theory.

[11]  faKiv:2004.07861 [pdf]
The cosmological constant problem and the extent of the cosmic microwave background radiation
Comments: 19 pp, 7 figures

We study the cosmological constant problem and the extent of cosmic microwave background radiation in the vicinity of the black hole. We find that the cosmic microwave radiation, which is important for the cosmological constant problem, can be introduced into the black hole by the presence of the cosmic microwave radiation. However, the cosmological constant problem is not solved in the presence of cosmic microwave radiation. In addition to that, we find that the cosmological constant problem is not solved in the presence of cosmic microwave radiation but the cosmic microwave radiation can be introduced into the black hole by the presence of the cosmic microwave radiation.

[12]  faKiv:2004.08530 [pdf]
The Planck mass gap and the Higgs decay in the Higgs-mediated gravity
Comments: 15 pages, 1 figure

We investigate the Planck mass gap by using the Higgs decay mechanism in the Higgs-mediated gravity. In this hypothesis-driven model, the Higgs decay is induced by the Higgs interaction. It is shown that the Planck mass gap is larger than the Higgs decay and that the Higgs decay can be elevated.

[13]  faKiv:2004.08545 [pdf]
On the Higgs mechanism of the universal charge density in QCD-like theories
Comments: 20 pages, 6 figures

We study the Higgs mechanism of the universal charge density in QCD-like theories. The result is obtained by considering a QCD-like theory with the Higgs mechanism at the level of the scalar field. In our study, we find that the scalar field and the Higgs effect drive the charge density in the scalar sector of the theory. In the case of the scalar sector, we find that the charge density is a power law function of the square of the divergence of the scalar field and the Higgs field, and that is not subject to the presence of the scalar field. We also show that the power law function of the scalar field is strictly positive for all values of the force and the scalar field.

[14]  faKiv:2004.08611 [pdf]
Hidden forces in the Big-Bang model
Comments: 7 pages, 5 figures, 2 tables. Version to appear in Phys. Rev. D

We construct the Big-Bang model with the Hidden Forces model. We argue that the Big-Bang model provides a natural background to test the hidden forces models in the face of Big-Bang constraints. We show that the Hidden Forces model predicts the existence of the Big-Bang force in the Big-Bang model.

[15]  faKiv:2004.08622 [pdf]
Molecular structure of QCD in the presence of matter
Comments: 36 pages, 6 figures

We study the structure of QCD in the presence of the matter sector in the presence of an external magnetic field in the presence of an external charge in the QCD term. We consider two types of QCD terms: (i) the one in the presence of a mass-derivative mass term and the other is the exponential term in the presence of a mass-derivative mass term. We find that the matter sector has the molecular structure of the QCD term and that the rate of molecular evolution along the molecular trajectory of the QCD term is inversely proportional to the rate of molecular evolution along the molecular trajectory of the mass-derivative mass term. We also show that the molecular structure of the QCD term always depends on the field strength of the external charge and that it exhibits a dependence on the internal charge. These results suggest the existence of a molecular clock in the QCD term.

[16]  faKiv:2004.08638 [pdf]
The $S^1$ gravity-matter duality
Comments: 23 pages, 2 figures

We show that the $S^1$ gravity-matter duality can be recovered in the N=1 case from the AdS$_2$ gravity. This result is obtained from the AdS$_2$ duality relaxation scheme by the inclusion of the noncommutative expansion of the AdS$_2$ duality. We also show that the duality can be recovered in the $S^2$ case from the AdS$_2$ gravity.

[17]  faKiv:2004.08656 [pdf]
Anomalous quantum bulk vacuum in the presence of a magnetic field
Comments:

In this paper we investigate the bulk vacuum of a system of antipodal quantum gravity, in the presence of a magnetic field. For this purpose, we introduce a novel approximation formula for the quantum bulk vacuum and compute it in the presence of a magnetic field. In particular, we compute the quark and lepton mass in the absence of a magnetic field. We prove that this approximation formula shows that the quark mass is proportional to the squared mass of the lepton mass, which is a function of the particle radius. The result is that the quark mass is proportional to the squared mass of the lepton mass, which is a function of the quark radius. Also, for a large quark mass, the proportionality holds even when the quark radius is small.

[18]  faKiv:2004.08719 [pdf]
Non-perturbative analysis of the double-scale tensor model
Comments: 5 pages, 3 figures

We consider the double-scale tensor model for the Higgs pathway in heavy QCD with a massive scalar field. We find a new class of non-perturbative cases in which the Higgs pathway is non-perturbative, and also show that the partial Higgs pathways are non-perturbative. We then discuss the properties of these non-perturbative models, and show that the same model can be used to derive the non-perturbative solution of the double-scale equation.

[19]  faKiv:2004.08772 [pdf]
The BVI model of the quantum-mechanical Yang-Mills theory
Comments: 20 pages, 3 figures

The BVI model of the quantum-mechanical Yang-Mills theory (QMFT) is studied at higher order in a Non-perturbative approach. The solution of the model is constructed and it is shown that the solution produces the BVI model of the quantum-mechanical Yang-Mills theory. The solution and the analysis of the relativistic behavior of the model are presented in detail. It is shown that in the limit where the relativistic behavior of the model is neglected, the existence of the BVI model of QMFT is confirmed.

[20]  faKiv:2004.08859 [pdf]
Baryonic Supersymmetry in the Cheng-Yuan model
Comments: 15 pages, 6 figures, minor revision

We study the Baryonic Supersymmetry (BST) in the Cheng-Yuan model by using the BST-like space-time as a model of the CFT$_2$ and the $\mathbb{Z}_2$ gauge theory. We start from a 4D CFT$_2$ model with $T=\mathbb{Z}_2$ and observe that the BST-like space-time is a perturbative space-time with the boundary as a boundary which has a Bunch-Davies semisimple basis. We provide detailed calculations of the BST-like space-time as a model of the $\mathbb{Z}_2$-CFT$_2$ model and find that it is a small enough world for the deterministic Bunch-Davies semisimple basis. We also show that the Bunch-Davies semisimple basis is a non-perturbative representation of the Leibnitz basis, which is a non-perturbative field theory. Finally, we consider the problem of the Bunch-Davies semisimple basis and find that it is a non-perturbative representation of the Lorenz basis, which is a non-perturbative field theory.