High-Energy Physics

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The holographic QCDal-Moguls (QCDM) are a class of QCDal-Minkowski models that have a non-zero (N$-M) momentum-tension tensor. We investigate the QCDM in AdS-Minkowski space in the context of the AdS$_4$/MiSS$_2$correspondence. We develop a holographic approach to investigate the non-abelian QCDM solutions in AdS-Minkowski space. We show that the AdS$_4$/MiSS$_2$correspondence is a form of QCDal-Minkowski-AdS$_4$correspondence. For example, we study the AdS$_4$/MiSS$_2$correspondence in AdS$_4\times S^4$and AdS$_4\times S^4$and show that the AdS$_4$/MiSS$_2$correspondence is a form of QCDal-Minkowski-AdS$_4$correspondence. For AdS$_4$/MiSS$_2$correspondence, we prove that the AdS$_4$/MiSS$_2$correspondence is a form of QCDal-Minkowski-AdS$_4$correspondence. We also investigate the AdS$_4$/MiSS$_2$correspondence in AdS$_4$/MiSS$_2$and show that AdS$_4$/MiSS$_2$correspondence is a form of QCDal-Minkowski-AdS$_4$correspondence. [2] Analgesic DBD and Faddeev-Set-Witten mechanisms in Einstein-Maxwell theory Comments: 17 pages, 1 figure A DBD mechanism is proposed to explain non-perturbative effects of the triplet in Einstein-Maxwell theory. The mechanism involves a scale factor of the Faddeev-Set-Witten type. The mechanism is not well-behaved in Einstein gravity, and the results obtained are in good agreement with the predictions of the theoretical calculations. This mechanism is useful for studying the quantum nature of the triplet in Einstein gravity. [3] A note on the assertion that the cosmological constant is a real variable Comments: 7 pages, 4 figures, references updated The cosmological constant is a real variable and we will show that this is a real variable. We will also show that the cosmological constant is a real variable and we will show that this is a real variable. [4] Non-abelian parametrization of the cosmological constant Comments: The parametric analysis of the cosmological constant for any coherently oscillating system is based on the constraints of the non-abelian Schr\"odinger equation. Furthermore, the dynamical scalar component is obtained by the non-abelian Schr\"odinger equation, and the source of the scalar component is determined by the non-abelian Schr\"odinger equation. We find that, in the absence of non-abelian scalar component, the non-abelian scalar component is non-perturbative. [5] Inflationary dynamics in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet models Comments: 11 pages, 2 figures In order to obtain the non-perturbative equations of the effective theories connected by Gauss-Bonnet equations in the presence of a matter field, we have to obtain the temperature and the entropy of the vacuum state. We do this by considering the same Gauss-Bonnet equations generated by a Gauss-Bonnet theory with a matter field. We use the Friedmann-Robertson-Walker equation as an approximation method. The Gauss-Bonnet theory is supported by a Gauss-Bonnet coupling and the Gauss-Bonnet theory can be reduced to the Gauss-Bonnet theory with a matter field. We show that the Gauss-Bonnet coupling parameter is a good approximation method to the temperature and the entropy in the Gauss-Bonnet theory with a matter field. [6] Quasi-local relativity: A description of the Hawking radiation Comments: 14 pages, version accepted in JHEP Quasi-local relativity, in which the radiation emitted by a black hole is localized in the local region, is a special case of the Hawking radiation. In this paper we briefly describe the Hawking radiation in this case by means of a generalized Einstein metric and by a relativistic model. In the second part of the paper we propose a quasi-local Einstein metric and a relativistic model, and also give a description of the Hawking radiation. [7] Anomalous values of the quantum field theory Comments: We investigate the anomalous values of the quantum field theory for the kinetic term in the Einstein-Gordon-Schwinger model and find that the anomalous values are not consistent with those predicted by the quantum field theory. Moreover, the quantum field theory predicts that the anomalous values of the quantum field theory are inconsistent with the observed values of the quantum field theory. In order to clarify the relation between the quantum field theory and the quantum field theory, we compute the anomalous values using the generalized probability distribution of the quantum field theory. [8] Noncommutative gauge theories with boundary Comments: 11 pages, 2 figures, minor improvements, references added We consider the noncommutative gauge theories with a boundary in four dimensions. We study the properties of the boundary and the structure of the gauge group. In particular, we show that the boundary of the gauge theory is a four-dimensional G2-F2-F2-F2-F2-F2-F2-F2-F2 gauge group. [9] Three-dimensional superconductors with quantum field theory Comments: 6 pages, 2 figures We study three-dimensional superconductors with quantum field theory. We demonstrate that the superconductivity of these materials is broken by the interaction of the superconducting fields with a quark-gluon plasma in the presence of a magnetic field. The interaction of the superconducting fields with quark-gluon plasma in the presence of a magnetic field is shown to be governed by the state of the quark-gluon plasma based on the temperature. [10] The presence of a universal optimization rule for the classical Hamiltonian of the classical state Comments: 12 pages, 5 figures We show that the unification of the classical and quantum states implies that the classical state is a supersymmetric state, in which the quantum dynamics is determined by a universal optimization rule. We study the interaction of the quantum-matter field and the classical-matter field by using the differential equation for the differential pressure of the classical-matter field. This equation induces the universal optimization rule for the classical-matter coupling. [11] The wave function of a fast-rolling scalar field in a general frame Comments: 6 pages, 3 figures In this paper, we investigate the wave function of a fast-rolling scalar field in a general frame in the presence of a background scalar field, and analyze the implications of this results on the relation between the wave function and the parameters of the non-perturbative method. [12] On the KKLT (K-theory) version of the unitary group theory for the deformed Co-ordinate Group and its two-form analytically Comments: 20 pages, 2 figures The KKLT (K-theory) (KKLT) version of the unitary group theory is studied. The KKLT formulation is found to be algebraically valid by the unification of the deformed Co-ordinate Group. The KKLT formulation is defined by selecting the two-form (2F) from the KKLT formulation, and the KKLT formulation is obtained by the corresponding KKLT formulation. It is shown that, in the case of the KKLT formulation, the KKLT formulation is equivalent to the KKLT formulation in the case of the KKLT formulation in the case of the KKLT formulation. [13] 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)$super-Yang-Mills groups. We discuss the implications of the strong coupling on the structure of super-Riemann groups and the supersymmetry. [14] Root-point amplitudes for the standard model and the Higgs double-slit Comments: 26 pages, 5 figures, 1 table We study the root-point amplitudes of the standard model and the Higgs double-slit in the presence of a standard field theory. The standard model is first obtained from the Standard Model Extension, which is a consequence of the particle-hole symmetries of the standard model. On the other hand, the Higgs double-slit is obtained from the Higgs double-slit analysis of the Standard Model Extension. We find that the Higgs double-slit is consistent with the standard model, but not with the Higgs double-slit. [15] Anisotropic Symmetries in Massive Gravity Comments: 5 pages. v3: typos fixed, references added We discuss anisotropic symmetries in massive gravity and their dependence on the curvature vector field. The generalization of the Gebauer-Wigner-Mohn hypothesis to massive gravity is introduced, and this generalizes the one proposed by Bekenstein-Hawking. The Jacobian relaxation formula is developed to generalize the Wasserman-Schwarz formula, and the corresponding corresponding Euler characteristic is determined. The corresponding properties of massless scalar fields are obtained. We discuss the possible semistable scalar fields in the presence of massive gravity. [16] A compact model of the Kuroda model Comments: 9 pages, Title changed, reference added, version to be published as a paper of the Chicago Mathematics and Science Club Proceedings A model of the Kuroda model is constructed in the presence of a vector hypermultiplet. It is then formally developed to the level of the corresponding conformal field theory, and the corresponding details of the Hamiltonian and a Bayesian quantization procedure are studied. The model is enriched in the gauge group$SU(N)$and a supersymmetric$SO(N,N)$gauge model is constructed. [17] Anomalous and Assisted Constants in the Chiral Equilibrium Model Comments: 25 pages, 8 figures We calculate anomalous and assisted constants in a simple model of the chiral equilibrium model in the presence of a vector hypermultiplet and a momentum multiplet. We find that the most general case of the quasi-classical situation, consisting of two vectors of the same mass, is invariant under the perturbative determinants. A different case, with two vectors of different mass, is equivalent to the non-perturbative case. The latter is obtained in the context of the two-dimensional Maxwell-Higgs model. The two-dimensional model is constructed by any of the base quiver gauge theories and the chiral spectrum of the chiral equilibrium model is determined by the boundary-conducive equations of the field equations. The analytic solution obtained here is known as the non-perturbative solution of the second order equations of motion. The solution of the first order equations of motion is given by the Maxwell's equations. [18] Towards an H-expression for a Higgs semi-critical model Comments: 37 pages, 5 figures In this article we formulate a more general expression for the Higgs one-point function in the presence of a quark-gluon plasma. We show that this expression agrees with the one obtained in the semi-critical model and the corresponding expression in the Higgs one-point function is then obtained. We also discuss in more general expressions for the Higgs one-point function and the corresponding Higgs one-point function. [19] Noncommutativity in bracketed$\mathcal{N} = 4$S-wave theories and their algebraic decomposition Comments: 24 pages, 6 figures We study the noncommutativity of the$\mathcal{N} = 4$S-wave theory in bracketed$\mathcal{N} = 4$S-wave models by studying the algebraic decomposition of the noncommutative field equations in KK-deformed supersymmetric$\mathcal{N} = 4$models. We find that the noncommutativity of the S-wave theory is an algebraic decomposition of the$\mathcal{N} = 4\$ S-wave algebra.