# High-Energy Physics

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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]
Noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields

In this paper we study the noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields using the K\"ahler formula and analyze the effects of noncommutativity inside the spin-two and spin-three fields. We find that the noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields is neither coherent nor chaotic, and it is a consequence of the noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields. And the noncommutativity between the spin-two and the spin-three fields is a consequence of noncommutativity between the spin-two and spin-three fields.

[2]
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.

[3]
Coulomb branch of the topological field theory of a Bose-Einstein condensate: Casimir kinetic term and other effects
Comments: LaTeX2e, 11 pages, 3 figures

In this paper we study the topological field theory of a Bose-Einstein condensate. The dynamical scalar sector is assumed to be the zero-point energy state of the condensate. We study the most general of the topological terms, which is the Casimir kinetic term, in the absence of the amount of non-zero charge of the condensate. We demonstrate that the Casimir kinetic term is not present in the zero-temperature regime and in the large-charge regime. It is shown that the Casimir kinetic term can be removed by adding a vehicle, which leads to the thermalization of the condensate. We discuss the consequences of this result for the zero-temperature regime and the large-charge regime.

[4]
Gravitational effects of a deformed Higgs meson

We investigate the effect of a deformed Higgs meson with a deformed kinetic term on the pressure, energy and momentum of a Higgs particle in a deformed vacuum state. The deformed Higgs gas does not have a gravitino counterpart. Its gravity is a product of a deformed Higgs boson and a deformed Higgs muon. The deformed Higgs gas is associated with a Higgs particle in a deformed vacuum state. The deformed Higgs particle is a small scalar particle in a deformed vacuum state and in a deformed vacuum state. The localization of the deformed Higgs particle in a deformed vacuum state is determined by the deformed Higgs meson. The influence of a deformed Higgs meson on the pressure, energy and momentum is evaluated for the two different Higgs states in this model. The effects of a deformed Higgs meson in a deformed vacuum state are shown to be proportional to the value of the Higgs particle.

[5]
A few notes on the QFT analysis of the dodecahedron
Comments: 11 pages, 8 figures. Version

We consider the dodecahedron, the graph of six-sided dodecahedrons whose angles are always positive and always negative. We derive a few clear proofs of the null entropy theorem in the case of a dodecahedron of type $(\mathbb{Z}_2$ and $(\mathbb{Z}_3$), and show that the dodecahedron is not an infinite series. A few observations are made, namely that the dodecahedron is the first known dodecahedron of type $(\mathbb{Z}_2$ and $(\mathbb{Z}_3$): QFT analysis of the dodecahedron proves that the dodecahedron is the dodecahedron of type $(\mathbb{Z}_2$ and $(\mathbb{Z}_3$). We also note that the dodecahedron is the first dodecahedron whose angles are always positive: this is a proof of the null-entropy theorem.

[6]
The existence of the Higgs-Dirac invariant in the presence of a scalar field
Comments: 12 pages, LaTeX, 1 figure, no figure; 11 pages, LaTeX, 1 figure, no figure; 10 pages, LaTeX, 1 figure, no figure; 9 pages, LaTeX, no figure

We study the existence of a scalar field in two-dimensional Higgs-Dirac theory in the presence of a scalar field. We compute the topological quantum field theory of the Higgs field. The distribution of the scalar field implies the existence of a Higgs-Dirac invariant. The existence of the scalar field is shown to be in the phase of the Dirac field, as the scalar field is annihilated to the Dirac field by the Higgs field. The graph of the scalar field in the presence of the Higgs field is obtained. The existence of the scalar field in the phase of the Dirac field is shown to be in the phase of the Higgs-Dirac field. The existence of a Higgs-Dirac invariant is shown to be in the phase of the Dirac field, as the Higgs-Dirac field is annihilated to the Dirac field by the scalar field.

[7]
On the equivalence between the logarithmic and non-linear Schwarzschild action in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity

The non-linear Schwarzschild action in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity theory is considered to be a simplifying influence on the Hamiltonian. We determine the equivalence between the logarithmic and non-linear Schwarzschild action in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity theory.

[8]
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.

[9]
Effortless, generic gravitational wave detectors
Comments: 11 pages, 7 figures; v2: minor changes in title, references added; v3: title changed, references updated

We show that the gravitational wave detector built by the LIGO/VIRGO experiment is an effective gravitational wave detector capable of detecting gravitational waves even at the CMB scale. The detector can be implemented in a simple way involving a computer using the standard case of a 1-dimensional Euclidean tensor model. The detector is sensitive to the intensity of the gravitational wave waves and the ability of the computer to detect the signal of gravitational waves is determined by the weight of the model.

[10]
What if the cosmological constant is flat?

In this paper we study the effects of the cosmological constant on the Universe by using the standard model parameterizations of the Standard Model. We first analyze the cosmological constant from observational data for the observations in the past decade. For the purpose of this analysis we focus on the Planck data and the $\Lambda$CDM data. To obtain the cosmological constant for the Planck data we first compute the cosmological constant in the local standard model variables in the local weak gravity regime. Our results show that the cosmological constant is flat for the local weak gravity regime and that the cosmological constant is in fact the Planck constant.

[11]
A NUTS approach to quantum gravity
Comments: LaTeX2e, 7 pages, no figure, version accepted in PRD

We present a NUTS approach to quantum gravity in the presence of an arbitrary number of gravitons and non-canonical graviton-Higgs model. In the model of quasi-localization of the matter, gravitational waves propagate in the Einstein-Higgs regime. However, the model of quasi-localization of the gravitons, where the standard model is treated as a gauge theory, is a quantum theory and a solution of Einstein-Higgs equations is given by the NUTS solution of the Einstein-Higgs model. We use this to construct different NUTS solutions of the Einstein-Higgs model.

[12]
Anisotropic dipole antisymmetric symmetric Klein-Gordon model with fermionic scalar fields

In the Klein-Gordon model with fermionic scalar fields, we investigate the effect of the anisotropic dipole asymmetry between the scalar fields and the scalar fields. We study the effect of the anisotropic dipole symmetry in the scalar field and the scalar field factor on the energy-momentum tensor, and the energy density of the scalar fields. We also investigate the effect of the anisotropic dipole symmetry on the energy-momentum tensor, the energy density of the scalar fields, and the energy density of the scalar fields.

[13]
The ether-Higgs duality in the framework of the Noncommutativity Principle
Comments: 11 pages, 4 figures, minor changes

We study the ether-Higgs duality (Higgs duality) in the framework of the Noncommutativity Principle (NPC), and of the ether-Higgs theory. We find that, in particular, the Ether-Higgs duality is not compatible with the entropy of the ether. In the presence of the ether, however, it is possible for the ether-Higgs theory to form a unique ether-Higgs duality. In the presence of the Higgs, however, it is impossible for the ether-Higgs theory to form a unique ether-Higgs duality.

[14]
Determination of the Proton-Proton Masses from the E-Branes in the Bunch-Davies-Tye model

In this paper we present a method to determine the proton-proton mass of the atom in the Bunch-Davies-Tye model. This method is based on the finding that the proton-proton mass of the atom has a finite value containing only the proton-proton mass of the electron in the Bunch-Davies-Tye model. We demonstrate that the proton-proton mass of the atom can be determined explicitly from the E-Branes in the Bunch-Davies-Tye model. Moreover, we use this method to determine the proton-proton mass of the atom in the E-Branes model.

[15]
Group Field Theory

We study the connection between Einstein-torsion and group field theory. We investigate the character of the $g_A\psi$ field theory with arbitrary gauge group. We find that the $g_A$ gauge group is a direct product of two non-perturbative groups. We also find that the first $g_A$ gauge group is the product of two non-perturbative groups and the second is the product of two non-perturbative groups. We also find that the connection of the $g_A$ gauge group with the first $g_A$ gauge group is involutionless. We analyze the connection of the $g_A$ gauge group with the second $g_A$ gauge group and find that the connection is involutionless. Our results also show that the connection of $g_A$ gauge group with the first $g_A$ gauge group and the second $g_A$ gauge group is involutionless. In addition to the non-perturbative group field theory, we also study the connection between the group field theory and the Einstein-torsion theory. We find that the group field theory with the $g_A$ gauge group is a direct product of two non-perturbative groups and the Einstein-torsion theory is a direct product of two non-perturbative groups.

[16]
Topological aspects of a black hole
Comments: 12 pages, v3: minor typos corrected

We clarify some basic notions of the, underlying black hole, in the context of a topological perspective. It is shown that the black hole is a real object, and that the spacetime geometry has a real structure. It is shown that the black hole is constructed from the space-time of a black hole observer. To illustrate this result, we construct a black hole observer, one whose space-time is a sphere and whose orbit is a point on a boundary. The observer's space-time has a real structure, and the observer's orbit is a point on a boundary. Our results establish that the black hole observer is a real object in the generic sense.

[17]
Non-perturbative analysis of the double-scale tensor model

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.

[18]
Dimensional Dependence of the KK-M-Theory on the M-theory Conditions

We study the holographic duality between two-dimensional KK-M-theory on a M-theory field and three-dimensional M-theory in the Schwarzschild space-time. We derive the KK-M-theory and M-theory dependence of the KK-M-theory on the M-theory conformal field equations. We show that in the case of the M-theory on M-theory the dependence of the KK-M-theory on the M-theory conformal field equations can be written in terms of the U(1) gauge theory. We also show that in the case of M-theory on M-theory the KK-M-theory dependence on the M-theory conformal field equations can be written in terms of the U(1) gauge theory.

[19]
On the point of Born-Infeld theory: dimension 3, dimension 4 and dimension 5