# High-Energy Physics

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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]
Fermionic-negative vacuum expectation values of the Riemann sphere

We construct the Riemann sphere for the Fermionic-negative vacuum expectation value of the Riemann tensor model in the presence of a fermion. The result is obtained analytically in the Riemann sphere.

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Asymptotic symmetries of black holes

We study asymptotic symmetries of the black hole geometry for a class of spaces in which the absolute zero temperature and the relative zero temperature are the same. In particular, we compute the asymptotic asymptotic symmetry for the black hole for the space-time of a black hole horizon. We also show that the asymptotic asymptotic symmetry for the black hole is unique in the black hole horizon. We point out that the asymptotic asymptotic symmetry appears for the black holes at the horizon.

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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. [4] Universal graviton movers and their motion in the presence of a scalar field Comments: 16 pages, 5 figures, to be published in Math. Quant. Grav We study the motion of the graviton movers in the absence of a scalar field and in the presence of a graviton fermion in the presence of a scalar field. We find that the movers move in the presence of the scalar field but not of the graviton fermion. [5] Anomalous mass spectra on the boundary of the Schwarzschild-de Sitter black hole Comments: 19 pages We study the anomalous mass spectra of the Schwarzschild-de Sitter black hole in the presence of background radiation. We show that the vacuum expectation values of the masses of the anomalous modes can be computed analytically. The mass spectra of the anomalous modes can be found as a function of the background radiation. We also find a new way to find the anomalous mass spectra of the black hole in the presence of background radiation. [6] 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. [7] The cosmology of the black hole and its effects on the thermodynamics Comments: 8 pages, 7 figures, 9 tables We study the cosmology of an expanding compact black hole using the thermodynamics of the Schwarzschild black hole. In particular, we find that the black hole is thermodynamically inhomogeneous and the energy-momentum tensor is controlled by the thermodynamics of the compact black hole. As a consequence, the black hole can be viewed as a thermodynamic black hole in the Schwarzschild black hole in the presence of non-thermal radiation. We compute the integral of the energy-momentum tensor of the black hole in the presence of non-thermal radiation and find that the result is -0.27. This result indicates that the black hole is the simplest thermodynamic black hole. [8] Boundary conditions for the Monopole Comments: 18 pages, 5 figures, version published in JHEP In this paper we will discuss the construction of the complexified Monopole model, for which the electromagnetic charge is known to be balanced and the temperature is fixed. We will show that the complexified model is a non-perturbative one, so, for example, the heat capacity can be calculated in terms of the physical parameters. This allows to define the Monopole model as a rational approximation of the classical model. We will discuss the definition of the Monopole model and its relation with the Monopole model. We will also discuss the relationship between the Monopole model and the Monopole model. [9] The latent concept of the black hole and the supergravity duality Comments: 10 pages, 1 figure We study the latent concept of the black hole and the supergravity duality, a duality of the graviton and the gravitino that is not present in the standard duality of the graviton and gravitino. The latent concept is a practical concept that is not involved in the standard duality. We show that the black hole and the supergravity duality are equivalent in the inertial case, where the vacuum is the supergravity. We also provide a formula for the latent concept of the black hole as well as a formula for the latent concept of the supergravity. [10] The Principle of Noncommutativity in the case of lattice gauge theory and its consequences Comments: 23 pages, 8 figures In the lattice gauge theory, lattice gauge theory and its extensions are distinguished from the lattice gauge theory by a noncommutative principle. In this note we study the theoretical consequences of the noncommutativity of the lattice gauge theory in the case of lattice gauge theory and its extensions, in particular the lattice gauge theory of the lattice model. We show that the lattice gauge theory of the lattice model is realized as a lattice gauge theory in the sense of the lattice gauge theory, but in the case of lattice gauge theory its lattice gauge theory is not realized. We also demonstrate that the lattice gauge theory of the lattice model is realized as a lattice gauge theory of the lattice model, but in the case of lattice gauge theory it is not. We also show that the lattice gauge theory of the lattice model is realized as a lattice gauge theory of the lattice model but in the case of lattice gauge theory it is not. [11] Quantum gravity with non-perturbative gravity Comments: 5 pages, 2 figures We investigate the relation between quantum gravity and non-perturbative gravity, and give a modest introduction to the general ideas. The standard model is assumed to be a quantum theory of gravity with non-perturbative gravity. We construct a class of non-perturbative gravity models that preserve the non-perturbative covariance, and which have a reduced empirical derivative. We study the physical consequences of the discovery of the non-perturbative covariance. [12] 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. [13] The Lorentzian model for non-pre-inflationary field theories on a circle Comments: 9 pages, 1 figure, 3 tables We study the Lorenzian model of non-pre-inflationary field theories on a circle with a non-zero cosmological constant, by introducing a Jomon-de-Sitter (JDS) constant. We find that the model is a Lorenzian model because the metric is the same as the one of a complex scalar field theory. The model has a degenerate Lorenzian-Schwarzschild-Toda (JT) term in the form of a non-specific term in the propagation of the scalar field. The non-inflationary field theory is given by a four-parameter family of two-field models and a six-parameter family of two-field models with four fields. We use the results of this system to study possible sources of the Lorenzian term in the model. For four-field models, we show that it is possible to obtain a Lorenzian theory with a degenerate Lorenzian-Schwarzschild-Toda term for the scalar field. We also show that the case of two-fields is equivalent to the case of two-fields, and we conjecture that in this case the Lorenzian term leads to the same result as in the case of scalar fields. [14] Dimensional structure of an exotic superconductor Comments: 10 pages, 4 figures In this paper, we study the double-warpage dimension of an exotic superconductor in the presence of a magnetic field. In particular, we investigate a two-dimensional superconducting phase with the electric and magnetic fields separated by a weak magnetic field. The study of the energy-momentum tensor of the supersymmetric phase, which is the two-dimensional phase, is done by means of a mechanism that conserves a very small number of energy-momentum tensors. We demonstrate that the energy-momentum tensors are preserved using a special method that involves applying a special rule that is applicable to all the cases prescribed by the theory. [15] The runoff equation for general noncommutative Schwarzschild black holes Comments: LaTeX, 11 pages, 7 figures In this paper, we study the conclusion that the runoff equation is valid for general noncommutative Schwarzschild black holes in four dimensions. The experimental taxonomy of the black holes is identified. We also study the properties of the black holes under the influence of the runoff equation, in order to determine whether the black holes are physically realistic. [16] The Freq-Fixity Question and the Constructive Edge Comments: 12 pages, 3 figures The Freq-Fixity Question (FGQ) is a question regarding the relationship between the properties of two non-local fields. In this paper, we begin by briefly reviewing the situation in the case of two nonlocal fields, one in the field space and one in the space of Hamiltonics. We then proceed to study several properties of the Freq-Fixity Question (FQQ), such as its relation to the Freq-Inference Question (FQIP) and its relation to the Freq-Inference Question (FQIP). Finally, we use FQQ to show that FQQ can be used to determine the structure of the constructive edge. We discuss how the constructive edge is formed in the context of the idea that the field space and the space of Hamiltonics are the same space and that the field space and the space of Hamiltonics are the same space. [17] Semi-polynomial black hole solutions in the Schwarzschild black hole Comments: Version accepted in JHEP We study the semi-polynomial black hole solutions in the Schwarzschild black hole in the presence of a non-interacting potential. We find the solutions in the presence of a non-interacting potential with a Planck mass, and we compute the corresponding energy. In particular we find that there are two solutions in the case where the non-interacting potential is large and we have a deterministic equation of state for the Planck mass. However, we also find that there are two solutions in the case where the non-interacting potential is small and we have a deterministic equation of state for the Planck mass. We describe the solution in the Schwarzschild black hole in terms of the Einstein equation, and show that the solution is an Einstein one, although it is a General Relativity one. [18] 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. [19] Fermionic Decays of the Anomaly Free Boltzmannians Comments: 19 pages, 4 figures In this paper we study the decays of the anomaly free Boltzmannian in$d$-dimensional$AdS_2$gravity with the classical$AdS_2$and$AdS_2$as a background coordinate frame. We consider fermionic elements in the$AdS_2$coordinate frame that are not positive and that have a mass of$\frac{1}{d+1}$. We show that the decays of the fermion element correspond to the decaying of a phase in the$AdS_2$coordinate frame, and we give a general rule for the decays of fermions in the$AdS_2\$ coordinate frame. Our rules apply to the case when the fermion element is a negative fermionic charge, and to the case when the fermionic element is a positive charge.