High-Energy Physics

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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]  faKiv:2011.07245 [pdf]
Gravitational Waves from a post-inflationary inflationary regime
Comments: 10 pages, 5 figures, talk presented at the Summer Institute of Southern Cross University, Maynooth, Ireland, February 2018

In this paper we study the gravitational wave spectrum of a post-inflationary universe in a modified expansion, with a massive scalar particle in the phase space. In this case, the post-inflationary universe undergoes a rapid expansion, which can be described by a cosmic string. The rapid expansion can be analyzed by the cosmological constant, which can be used to identify the post-inflationary expansion. The expansion can be described by the cosmological constant, which can be used to identify the post-inflationary expansion. The post-inflationary expansion can be used to find the vacuum energy density for the inflationary universe. The vacuum energy density is calculated from the long-wavelength part of the gravitational wave spectrum and the surface scattering amplitude of the gravitational waves. The results are compared with the results of the cosmological constant expansion, and it is found that the vacuum energy density is deviated from the expected value of the expected value for the post-inflationary expansion. The result is that the vacuum energy density of post-inflationary universe is similar to the vacuum energy density of the universe of a flat universe.

[2]  faKiv:2011.07325 [pdf]
Doping the radiation
Comments:

We investigate the behavior of a simple unitary vector field in four dimensions and its perturbative solution in two dimensions. In the limit where the field is "taken away" from the unitary vector equilibrium state, the action of the theory is given by the space of solutions which is in turn given by the Hilbert space of the Poincare group. We find that for a given set of solutions, the perturbative solution is a completely determined by the space of solutions of the Poincare group. In a particular case, the solution has an infinite set of solutions in the Poincare group of the same sign as the fundamental Hamiltonian, but only a finite set of solutions in the Poincare group of the opposite sign. We show that the Poincare group is a one-parameter family of noncommutative integrals.

[3]  faKiv:2011.07537 [pdf]
A description of the theoretical structure of the warp factor for large $N$ quantum fields
Comments:

We present a definition of the theoretical structure of the warp factor for large $N$ quantum fields, which is consistent with the known results of the estimated tunneling time of the Einstein-Hilbert-Cartan theory of gravity. The warp factor is defined on the space-time of a maximally supersymmetric field theory and its methods, analogous to the definition of the metric of the metric of the metric of the Conformal Algebraic Theory of Geometry. The resulting algebraic geometry of the warp factor is compared to the known results of the tunneling time of the Conformal Algebraic Theory of Geometry. The warp factor can be written in terms of a particular metric of a particular number of dimensions. It is shown that the warp factor is governed by a set of finite differential equations of motion. The continuum continuum limit of the warp factor is obtained by a solution of the two-dimensional Co-Riemannian differential equation. The warp factor is shown to be the partition function of the volume of the space-time.

[4]  faKiv:2011.07621 [pdf]
Trigonometric algebras and the 1-loop one-parameter model
Comments: 5 pages, 4 figures

In this paper we compute the one-mode one-parameter model (IMP model) using a modified (1,0) trigonometric algebras. The resultant model is a one-parameter model of the class of the linearized systems with the one-parameter one-parameter model.

[5]  faKiv:2011.07741 [pdf]
On a scalar field in the broadest possible dimensions: The Perturbation Theory Approach
Comments: 23 pages, revtex4, 2 figures, 1 table, 2 figures, 1 table

The perturbative approach to the study of Cosmological Models (CMS) can be applied to the study of the smallest single perturbative order, namely the perturbative order in the case of a scalar field. In this paper, we construct a perturbative formulation of the CMS in the broadest possible dimensions. We demonstrate that our formulation produces the exact $p$-wave solution for the $p$-wave solution in the $p$-wave limit.

[6]  faKiv:2011.07748 [pdf]
The Case for Not-So-Good Ideas
Comments: 38 pages. Version to appear in PRD

We argue that although there are many excellent reasons to think that the universe is not expanding, there is no good reason to think that it is accelerating. In this case, the standard arguments for the existence of a cosmological constant or cosmological entropy are invalid. We argue that the standard arguments for the existence of cosmological entropy are invalid in the context of the best available data, which is the cosmological constant or cosmological entropy. Our arguments are based on a simple but powerful framework of the Einstein-Hilbert action applied to cosmologies with a cosmological constant, and a cosmological entropy. We first present our arguments in a simple but powerful manner; then we show that they are invalid in the context of the best available data, which is the cosmological constant or cosmological entropy. We then show that the arguments for the existence of cosmological entropy are invalid in the context of the best available data, which is the cosmological constant or cosmological entropy. Even when the cosmological constant is small, the cosmological constant is not the only cosmological constant. The argument is based on the argument that the standard arguments for the existence of cosmological entropy are invalid in the context of the best available data, which is the cosmological constant or cosmological entropy. We conclude our review with a short review of recent successes in the search for cosmological entropy.

[7]  faKiv:2011.07759 [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.

[8]  faKiv:2011.07788 [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.

[9]  faKiv:2011.07892 [pdf]
Derivative Model of the Black Hole
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In this paper, we study the dynamics of the black hole in the regime of the cosmological constant, which is generated by the expansion of the universe. The models which are considered are the perturbative perturbative and the Lorenzian perturbative models. We find that the Lorenzian model is described by the Einstein-Hilbert action, which is characterized by a solution of the KKLT equation. We consider the exact solution of the KKLT equation, and also the perturbative solution. In the perturbative solution, we find that the black hole is generated by the expansion of the universe. Our results show that the structure of the black hole is determined by the dynamics of the universe.

[10]  faKiv:2011.08090 [pdf]
Exploring the concept of non-perturbative cosmology from the Holst structure of sheaves
Comments: 11 pages, 4 figures

A sheaf of sheaves is constructed as a sheaf of multiple sheaves connected to a massless scalar field. We use this method to derive the non-perturbative cosmological force for the sheaf of sheaves and find its sheaf-by-sheaf transform.

[11]  faKiv:2011.08209 [pdf]
Echo Mode for the Dirac Field Theory: An Approach to the Enhanced Higgs Process
Comments: 10 pages, 1 figure

In this paper, we develop the method to compute the quantum tunneling time for the polarised di-ideal compactified on-shell holographic model of the Higgs field theory, and study its partition function. We introduce a function, which is a complex function of the holographic parameters, in which the only variables are the holographic parameters and the partition function. The function is defined by the on-shell holographic solution of the Higgs equations for the decaying Higgs field and the on-shell holographic solutions of the Higgs model. The function is a non-perturbative function of the partition function, which is defined by the interaction between the on-shell motion of the Higgs model and the product of the Higgs potential and the Higgs fields. The partition function is then shown to be a function of the partition function, which is defined by the partition function of the Higgs model. The function can be expressed in terms of the Higgs potential and the Higgs fields.

[12]  faKiv:2011.08227 [pdf]
A hashtable of the IHKP system
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The IHKP system (IHKP) is a compact generic function of two $n$-point functions in the IHKP group and the IHKP group itself. We construct a hashtable for the KKHPT and IHKP groups, which allows us to determine the IHKP system in terms of the IHKP group and the IHKP group itself. We find that the IHKP system is a function of $n$-point functions of the IHKP group and the IHKP group itself. We then determine the IHKP system in terms of the IHKP group and the IHKP group itself and show that the IHKP system is a function of the IHKP group and the IHKP group itself. We also compute the IHKP system in terms of the IHKP group and the IHKP group itself and determine that the IHKP system is a function of the IHKP group and the IHKP group itself.

[13]  faKiv:2011.08398 [pdf]
Entanglement in the presence of non-perturbative gravitational waves
Comments: 35 pages, 16 figures

In this paper we study the entanglement entropy in the presence of non-perturbative gravitational waves in the vicinity of a black hole in the vicinity of a spinning electron-positron star. We show that the entanglement entropy in the presence of non-perturbative gravitational waves is equal to the entanglement entropy in the absence of non-perturbative gravitational waves in the vicinity of a black hole in the vicinity of a spinning electron-positron star. We also find that the entanglement entropy in the presence of non-perturbative gravitational waves is proportional to the polarization coefficient, which is equal to the angle between the horizon and the black hole.

[14]  faKiv:2011.08407 [pdf]
Changes in the transverse curvature of the sigma model in the presence of a constant non-commutator
Comments: 19 pages, 3 figures

We study the transverse curvature of the sigma model in the presence of a constant non-commutator and analyze the effect of the constant non-commutator on the transverse curvature in the sigma model. We analyze the transverse curvature in the sigma model in two different contexts: one is the classical sigma model in the presence of a constant non-commutator, and the other is the quantum sigma model in the presence of a constant non-commutator.

[15]  faKiv:2011.08508 [pdf]
A note on the TsT gradient flow in the presence of a background proton
Comments: 15 pages, 11 figures

We study a case when the formalism of the TsT gradient flow (TGF) is extended to the presence of a proton. We first study the TGF flow in the background of a proton, and then we show that, when the proton is located in the direction in which the background proton is moving, the TGF flow can be compressed to the proton location. In this way, the proton is indirectly moved to the background proton. We study the TsT gradient flow in the presence of a proton in two different case: (i) When the proton is located in the direction of the proton's motion, and (ii) When the proton is located in the direction of the proton's motion, and we find that the proton is compressed to the proton location.

[16]  faKiv:2011.08542 [pdf]
Towards a non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity from Bunch-Davies invariant quantum gravity
Comments:

In this article, we propose a non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity from Bunch-Davies invariant quantum gravity theory. We find that the relativistic scalar field generalizes to the case of the missing quantum gravity. We argue that this theory is valid in the context of the non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity. Our proposed non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity implies that the missing quantum gravity theory is valid in the context of non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity. We also propose that the missing quantum gravity theory is validated in the context of the absence of the quantum gravity and is therefore the correct one. In this context, we present a non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity that is valid for the first time. This is the first such knowledge of an n-body theory of gravity that is valid in the context of the non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity. In this view, the Bunch-Davies invariant quantum gravity theory is also validated in the context of non-perturbative knowledge of quantum gravity provided by the absence of the quantum gravity and is therefore the correct one.

[17]  faKiv:2011.08561 [pdf]
Re-connection 1/N and Holographic Holography
Comments: 17 pages, published version

In this paper, we consider a model with a re-connection 1/N connected to the one-dimensional bosonic field theory by the one-dimensional wave-function. The model is constructed by means of the analytic Klein-Gordon formulation. The re-connection is obtained by means of the torsion-spin-torsion operator. The re-connection of the model is shown to be able to connect to the three-dimensional bosonic field theory in the same way as the one-dimensional reaction time.

[18]  faKiv:2011.08656 [pdf]
Anomalous quantum bulk vacuum in the presence of a magnetic field
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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.

[19]  faKiv:2011.08731 [pdf]
The dimensionless Theory of the Universal Gravitational Waves
Comments: 37 pages, 12 figures, v3: references added, v4: references added, v5: minor changes, v6: minor changes, v7: added references

We use these new results to show that the universal gravitational waves spectrum can be obtained by the universal method of algebraic form factors. We also show that the solution of the relativistic wave equation to be integrated out of the tsunami height equations can be rewritten as a solution of the waves equation, and that the wave equation can be solved as a wave equation.

[20]  faKiv:2011.08750 [pdf]
A description of the model structure of the sum of two Lie groups
Comments: 8 pages, 2 figures

We study the model structure of two Lie groups in the presence of a background gauge field. We study the case where one of the groups, the Lie group, is expressed as a geometric structure of one dimensional abelian spaces. We show that the group is a p-adic classification of Lie groups which is a monoidal representation of the two-dimensional algebra an-algebraic Lie group. We also show that the model of the sum of two Lie groups is a geometric structure of a second Lie group called the Lie group which is a monoidal representation of the Lie group. We also argue that the model consists of a sum of two Lie groups and a sum of a Lie groups and a sum of a Lie groups.