High-Energy Physics

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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]  faKiv:2001.07210 [pdf]
From AdS$_3$ to AdS$_2$
Comments: 10 pages, 8 figures, v2: references added

We investigate the AdS$_3$ and AdS$_2$ models in the CFT$_3$ and CFT$_2$ and we study the first-order conformal field theory created in the AdS$_3$ and AdS$_2$. We show that the conformal fields have the same number of fields and that the mass spectra are the same. In particular, we find that the conformal field theories have the same mass and energy spectra. We also demonstrate that the AdS$_3$ models have the same signature as the RPBS model.

[2]  faKiv:2001.07254 [pdf]
Non-abelian gauge theory on a four-dimensional hyperbolic manifold
Comments: 5 pages, 1 figure

We consider the Non-abelian gauge theory on a four-dimensional hyperbolic manifold. The gauge theory equations in the hyperbolic manifold are divided into the gauge equations in the hyperbolic manifold and the gauge equations in the hyperbolic manifold. We obtain the Lagrangian equations of the Non-abelian gauge theory on the hyperbolic manifold. We construct the first order equations and prove the first order Lagrangian equations for the non-abelian gauge theory. The equations are given in terms of the hyperbolic manifold equations. The equations are verified and, in particular, we verify that the first order Lagrangian equations in the hyperbolic manifold are also valid in the hyperbolic manifold.

[3]  faKiv:2001.07300 [pdf]
The Hopf-Wigner gauge theory for the $S_1$-charge of the $N_f$-Image
Comments: 3 pages, minor changes, references updated

We study the linearized Hopf-Wigner gauge theory, which is a generalization of the classical Hopf-Wigner theory of any $f\bar{f}$-charge in a $SPR$-model. We derive the Hopf-Wigner equation and prove the equivalence between the gauge fields and the corresponding chemical potentials, and study the relation between the knotholic and canonical forms of the gauge theory. We also study the connection between the Hopf-Wigner gauge theory and the Lorentzian gauge theory.

[4]  faKiv:2001.07361 [pdf]
The Boundary of Polarization in the Quantum Gravity
Comments: 11 pages, 2 figures, minor corrections

We discuss the bounds of polarization in quantum gravity, which is a three-dimensional self-contained theory of gravity. In this case, the gravitational wave spectrum is dominated by gravitational waves. We present a simple but powerful procedure to derive the bound of entropy. We also derive the bounds of the resonant frequency, which is defined in terms of the center of mass and resonant frequency. We show that the bound of polarization is always satisfied in the case of the non-perturbative case.

[5]  faKiv:2001.07471 [pdf]
The Higgs as a nature of gravity
Comments: 5 pages, 2 figures

We study the Higgs as a nature of gravity conjecture in the case of general relativity. We show that the standard models are consistent with it, which is consistent with the standard models of physics. We further show that the Higgs is a nature of gravity conjecture. We argue that the Higgs as a nature of gravity conjecture is not a conjecture of quantum gravity.

[6]  faKiv:2001.07501 [pdf]
Non-minimal Derivative Gravity
Comments: 5 pages, 5 figures, v3: references added, discussion on the role of eigenvalues added

We study the gravitational force between two particles in a non-minimal derivative gravitational field theory and provide an equation that approximates the deterministic gravitational force. We show that the non-minimal derivative gravity term is a direct consequence of the interference of the scalar field. This result gives the constraint in the eigenvalue of the gravitational force between two particles, and it is verified by a test of the law of the conservation of eigenvalues in the relativistic case. This constraint is derived from the Euler's formula for the scalar field.

[7]  faKiv:2001.07566 [pdf]
A glow in the dark: The derivation of the Einstein-Hilbert equation from the nuclear energy phase in the Chern-Simons theory
Comments: 10 pages, 5 figures

In this article, we define the nuclear energy phase in the Chern-Simons theory, and construct the relevant nuclear phase diagrams and equation of state equations. The resulting equations are valid for any nuclear energy state, including the nuclear phase of the Chern-Simons theory. We find that the nuclear phase is the normal phase in the Chern-Simons theory with a single scalar field, which is the critical point. The inverse phase of the Chern-Simons theory with a scalar field is known as the trivially non-critical phase, which is the critical point in the Chern-Simons theory with a single scalar field. We prove that the Einstein-Hilbert equation (EH) and the Chern-Simons theory equation of state equation of state (COW) corresponding to EH and COW, are the same in the nuclear phase diagram and to the following order of the energy scale: COWL and EH. Furthermore, we prove that the EH and COW phases in the nuclear phase diagram are exactly the same as the ones in the corresponding nuclear phase diagram in the Chern-Simons theory. We also discuss a possible relation between the Chern-Simons theory and the nuclear theory. We show that the nuclear theory is the only one in which the nuclear phase of the Chern-Simons theory is the same as the atomic phase of the Chern-Simons theory.

[8]  faKiv:2001.07690 [pdf]
The Riemann sphere and the generalization of the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari lens
Comments: 17 pages

We investigate the Riemann sphere, a one-parameter family of solutions of Einstein's equations, in the presence of baryons in the wake of a photon-ion beam. The resulting three-parameter model is the Gill-Davies-Ferrari lens: the lens that reproduces the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari geometry. We show that the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari lens reproduces the generalization of the Bunch-Davies-Davies Schr\"odinger lens. We also show that the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari lens reproduces the Schr\"odinger lens. In addition, we show that the Bunch-Davies-Ferrari lens reproduces the Schr\"odinger lens in the presence of baryons in the wake of a photon-ion beam.

[9]  faKiv:2001.07775 [pdf]
Delocalization in the absence of gravity
Comments: 5 pages, LaTeX; v2 is a new section about the non-perturbative character of the effective action

We discuss the effects of the de-Sitter spacetime for a baryonic-gravity-matter system on the ability of the effective action of the effective theory to diffuse to the lowest quasi-local coordinate in the spacetime. We discuss the properties of the effective action de-Sitter and its de-Sitter diffusive behavior in the absence of the gravitational coupling. We discuss the physical effects of the non-perturbative effects of the de-Sitter diffusiveness on the non-perturbative character of the effective action of the effective theory.

[10]  faKiv:2001.07806 [pdf]
Compactification in higher-spin fields with massless synchronous couplings
Comments: 12 pages, 2 figures

We study compactification effects in the $SU(3)$ Chern-Simons theory of higher-spin fields with massless synchronous couplings, by performing the standard 1/2-Chern-Simons decomposition in terms of the 1/4-Chern-Simons decomposition. In particular, we show that compactification occurs in the continuum limit, and in the case of the $SU(2)$ theory, we show that it coincides with the corresponding $SU(2)$ compactification in the continuum limit. We also show that compactification results in a non-compact, non-compact, compactification-free theory, which is the same as the known $SU(4)$ theory with massless synchronous couplings. Finally, we show that compactification in the $SU(3)$ theory is accompanied by a compactification-free theory which corresponds to the known $SU(4)$ theory with massless synchronous couplings.

[11]  faKiv:2001.07851 [pdf]
The non-perturbative case for the no-hair phase transition
Comments: v2: 22 pages, 2 figures

We construct a class of all-point functions of the non-perturbative mode for the no-hair phase transition in the presence of a massive scalar field. Our results are in good agreement with the ones obtained by the energy-momentum tensor method in the case of the CFT-like no-hair phase transition in the presence of a massive scalar field.

[12]  faKiv:2001.08111 [pdf]
The Anomalous Galilean Gravity
Comments: 15 pages, 1 figure. v3: minor changes

We present a new class of anomalous Galilean gravity models which can be thought of as the Lagrangian of a gravitational wave background and a quark-gluon plasma. We show that, in the absence of a quark-gluon plasma, these models exhibit the usual anomalous Galilean gravity behavior, and that, in the presence of a quark-gluon plasma, they exhibit the anomalous Galilean gravity behavior. Furthermore, we show that the anomalous Galilean gravity can be constructed by integrating out the quark-gluon plasma and by computing the partition function for the s-wave solution of the perturbation theory. In this way, we show that the anomalous Galilean gravity, which is defined by the partition function, can be obtained by integrating out the quark-gluon plasma and by computing the partition function of the s-wave solution. Our analysis of the contour integrals and the contour integrals of the s-wave solution is based on the Eikin-Alexeyev-Gilderspold-Witten (EWG) formulas, which are linearized ones of Eikin and Avshalom.

[13]  faKiv:2001.08243 [pdf]
Detecting the Geometric Structure of a Fold
Comments: 18 pages, 4 figures

We explore the theory of an ideal gas with a finite geometrical structure. We show that the geometry of this ideal gas can be analyzed directly by the geometrical structure of the Fold. We propose a model that is both the map of the Fold and a map of the Geometry of the Fold. This map can be used to find the Fold's geometry in the limit that the Fold is not geometrical. Our model generates a class of maps in which the Fold does not appear. We provide a simple example of a Fold that involves an inverted Riemann surface and a map.

[14]  faKiv:2001.08295 [pdf]
Unruh-DeWitt detectors on the boundary
Comments: 14 pages, 2 figures. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1702.07385

In this paper we study the unruh-deWitt detectors of a class of muons in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity theory. The detectors have three components: a Dirac component, a co-rotating component, and a spin-2 component. The Dirac detector is the first detector that is efficient at splitting the muons into Dirac and Co-rotating particles, while the co-rotating component is not as efficient but can be used to divide the Dirac particles into Dirac and co-rotating particles. We show that the Dirac component is pure and the Co-rotating component is twisted. The spin-2 component has two components: one component that is twisted and has a spin-2 component and one component that is pure and has a spin-2 component. We discuss the relation between the spin-2 component and the co-rotating component in the presence of the Dirac component.

[15]  faKiv:2001.08435 [pdf]
Galois model of the non-perturbative Lorenz-Schwarzschild black hole
Comments: 22 pages, 2 figures. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1609.02288

In this paper, we study the non-perturbative Lorenz-Schwarzschild black hole solution in the spacetime dimensions of the imaginary and imaginary parts of the Hawking radiation. We first calculate the Galois model of the non-perturbative black hole in the Riemann sphere in the continuum limit. Then, we use the solution to obtain the Galois model of the black hole in the Einstein-Maxwell sphere. We then use the solution to study the Galois model of the black hole in the Dirac-Born-Infeld-Thirring sphere. We find that the Galois model of the black hole is the Lorenz-Schwarzschild model of the black hole.

[16]  faKiv:2001.08541 [pdf]
Anomalous and Assisted Constants in the Chiral Equilibrium Model
Comments: 25 pages, 8 figures

We calculate anomalous and assisted constants in a simple model of the chiral equilibrium model in the presence of a vector hypermultiplet and a momentum multiplet. We find that the most general case of the quasi-classical situation, consisting of two vectors of the same mass, is invariant under the perturbative determinants. A different case, with two vectors of different mass, is equivalent to the non-perturbative case. The latter is obtained in the context of the two-dimensional Maxwell-Higgs model. The two-dimensional model is constructed by any of the base quiver gauge theories and the chiral spectrum of the chiral equilibrium model is determined by the boundary-conducive equations of the field equations. The analytic solution obtained here is known as the non-perturbative solution of the second order equations of motion. The solution of the first order equations of motion is given by the Maxwell's equations.

[17]  faKiv:2001.08779 [pdf]
On the multisetting model and the quasinormal modes
Comments: 15 pages, 3 figures

We study the multisetting model in the presence of a superfield in order to investigate various aspects of the quasinormal modes of the theory. We first perform a complete analysis of the quasinormal mode in the cases of the quasinormal modes of the field theory and the cosmological model. In order to this purpose, we obtain the relation between the quasinormal modes and the thermodynamic quantities of the model. We conclude that the multisetting model has the quasinormal modes that are described by the Quark-Tester Multiplet and is the generalization of the Multiplet of the Quark and Gamma Ray Bursts.

[18]  faKiv:2001.08781 [pdf]
Quantum wave mechanics in the presence of a sudden relativistic de Sitter excursion
Comments: 1+45 pages, 7 figures

Quantum wave mechanics is a well-known picture of quantum mechanics in a de Sitter space. The path integral of quantum wave mechanics is equivalent to the path integral of quantum mechanics in a de Sitter space. In this paper, we present an analytical formula for the path integral of quantum wave mechanics in the presence of a sudden relativistic de Sitter excursion. We derive the formula analytically, and find that the formula is a product of the solution of the Hamiltonian of quantum wave mechanics with the path integral of quantum wave mechanics, and the solution of the de Sitter path integral. We use this formula to calculate the spectral index for a wave of massless scalar fields in a de Sitter space in the presence of a sudden relativistic de Sitter excursion. We find that the spectral index is a real function of the background signal.

[19]  faKiv:2001.08808 [pdf]
The Integrability of the Boundary of a Two-Dimensional Permutation
Comments: 20 pages, 11 figures

In this paper we introduce the idea of the integrability of a permutation theory in three dimensions. We investigate the quiver gauge theory of the so-called pure permutation theory, and derive the integrable equations. In particular, we show that the equations are integrable by considering the integrable integrals of the two-dimensional quantum chromodynamics.

[20]  faKiv:2001.08865 [pdf]
Comparisons and equations for the quark and gluon mass in the empty and the empty space
Comments: 8 pages, 1 figure, v2: references added

We use a comparison between the quark mass in the empty space and the quark mass in the empty space to show that in the empty space the quark mass is equal to that of the quark mass in the empty space. In the empty space, we find that in the null energy limit the quark mass is equal to that of the gluon mass. In the null energy limit the quark mass in the empty space is equal to that of the gluon mass.