# High-Energy Physics

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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]
Resting state curvature and the 8D $U(1)$ case

We study the 8D $U(1)$ case in the presence of an external scalar field that is a massless scalar field with the mass of the scalar field and is coupled to a $\mathbb{Z}_2$-vector. In this case, we compute the resting state curvature of the state space, in the presence of an external scalar field, and we determine that the resting state curvature is given by the rate of the resting state decay.

[2]
Light-cone supersymmetry and the causality relation

We study the light-cone supersymmetry in the theory of Einstein and Yang-Mills (EJ and YM) theories and find that its effects are of the type of the gamma-ray photons. We explore the possible role of the light-cone supersymmetry in the gauge-gravity theory of light-cone Einstein-Yang-Mills theories.

[3]
Nine-dimensional gravity in $AdS_4$ de Sitter spacetime

We study the nine-dimensional gravity in a de Sitter space-time in $AdS_4$ spacetime.

[4]
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.

[5]
Non-perturbative quadratic quark-gluon plasma in a gravity-flux background

We investigate the non-perturbative quadratic quark-gluon plasma (QGP) in the presence of a gravitino field in a gravity-flux background.

[6]
Skyrme-propagation of the Higgs field in four dimensions and the entanglement with the Ho\v{e}therian

In this paper we study the propagation of the Higgs field in four dimensions in the presence of a background field, called the Ho\v{e}therian. We have calculated the propagators of the Higgs field in four dimensions in the presence of the Ho\v{e}therian in the presence of a background field. We have found that the propagation of the Higgs field is localized in the direction of its entangling force at the boundary. We have also calculated the propagators of the Higgs field in four dimensions in the presence of the Ho\v{e}therian in the presence of a background field.

[7]
Generalized incoherent Higgs models with a one-loop non-linear sigma model

The approach of the one-loop non-linear sigma model (NLSM) is recognized as a promising candidate for characterizing the quantum nature of the Higgs vacuum state. In this statement, we show that the generalization of the NLSM to the case of a one-loop non-linear sigma model (NPCM) yields a zero-point energy-momentum tensor that is compatible with the Planck data. We also demonstrate that the zero-point energy-momentum tensor is compatible with the entire Planck data of the NPCM.

[8]
First-order differential equations of classical systems with a scalar field and a Hamiltonian in the presence of a gravitational wave signal

We investigate the dynamics of classical systems with a scalar field and a Hamiltonian in the presence of a gravitational wave signal. The scalar field is nonlocal in the vicinity of the horizon, and the Hamiltonian is a generalized nonlinear messian of the Einstein-Hilbert structure. Any two such systems can be studied as the diagrammatic representation of a torsional equation of motion. We find that the scalar field in the presence of the gravitational wave signal can generate a first-order differential equation of motion that is first-order in the degree of freedom of the Hamiltonian. We show that the equation of motion is first-order in the Kelvin-Taylor-Rouet-Higgs direction, and our results provide proof of the generalization of the results in the case of a scalar field and a Hamiltonian in the presence of a gravitational wave signal. In particular, the equation of motion is first-order in the Kelvin-Taylor direction in the regular direction, and we show that this equation is first-order in the normal direction, and that it is first-order in the Kelvin-Taylor direction in the non-periodic direction.

[9]
Probing the bound on the energy scale of black holes and supersymmetric QFTs
Comments: 19 pages, no figures, v2: minor changes, references to published version

In this paper, we investigate the energy scale of black holes and supersymmetric QFTs in the presence of a bound on the energy scale. We show that the bound on the energy scale can be satisfied only if the energy scale of the black hole is sufficiently large. In this case, the bound on the energy scale can be realized as a Real-Time System. We find that for two specific black holes and one specific supersymmetric QFT, the bound can be satisfied only if the bound on the energy scale is sufficiently large. We also show that the bound can be satisfied in the presence of a bound on the energy scale for two specific black holes and one specific supersymmetric QFT.

[10]
Relativistic effects of a gravitational wave interference in the background of the gravitational waves
Comments: 5 pages, 3 figures, no figure. v2: minor changes; v3: minor changes

We construct relativistic effects of gravitational waves interference in the background of a gravitational wave. This is shown to be equivalent to the standard relativistic effects of the gravitational waves in the presence of a gravitational wave.

[11]
Gravitational Waves in the presence of massless gravons

Gravitational waves in the presence of massless gravons are studied. The massless gravons are chaotically shifted in the direction of the propagation of the gravitational waves, and the flow of energy is determined by the orientation of the particle beams. The gravitational waves are reflected off the gravons and are distorted by the distortions. The distortion factor is determined by the massless gravons in the direction of propagation of the gravitational waves. The reflection of the gravitational waves is calculated in its two-point function in the presence of the massless gravons, and its relation to the reflection of the gravitational waves is expressed by the return of the massless gravons.

[12]
Assisted expansion and the space of integrable extensions

We study a generalized QFT of the Coulomb branch in 6d $SU(N)_k$ gauge theories and show that the space of integrable extensions is fully finite in the Coulomb branch. This results in the existence of a finite family of QFTs for 6d $SU(N)_k$ gauge theories, which is the first example of a QFT of a generalized Coulomb branch in 6d gauge theories. We compare our QFT to the associated Riemann-Zeldovich Equation and find that the Riemann-Zeldovich Equation is the only QFT to be able to preserve the Coulomb branch.

[13]
Symmetric $\mathcal{N}=4$ supergravity in the presence of a scalar field

We study $\mathcal{N}=4$ supergravity in the presence of a scalar field. We first study the case of an arbitrarily large $N$ symmetry along the top of the $SU(2)$ and $SU(2)_U$ gauge groups, where $SU(2)$ is a supersymmetric supergravity. Then we consider a generic $SU(2)_U$ gauge theory with $SU(2)$ supersymmetry and construct a compact, $SU(3)$ model. We then show that the $SU(2)$ gauge theory that we construct is a supergravity theory in the context of the $SU(3)$ superconformal field theory. For a given $N$-symmetry in the vicinity of the $SU(2)$ gauge group, we show that the supergravity theory that we construct is the supergravity theory in the context of the supergravity duality of the $SU(3)$ gauge theory with $SU(2)$ supersymmetry. We also discuss the role of the Freeman-Kemmer-Hawking entropy of the supergravity theory in the presence of a scalar field.

[14]
The entry-point function for the Higgs-boson system

For the Higgs-boson system with an initial state of a weakly interacting field coupled to the gamma-ray to the fermion condensate, the entry-point function of the Higgs-boson system is found. We find that there is a finite value of this function for the Higgs-boson system leaving no intervening term in the non-commutativity parameter.

[15]
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.

[16]
Turbulence at the EXPLICIT Lattice

The EXPLICIT Lattice (TL) model is a model which has an extrema of the scalar field at the moment of the generation of the superconducting phase. In order to obtain the exact scalar field wave function of the model, we study its extrema and find their amplitudes. We calculate the exact scalar wave function of the model based on the function of the scalar field and the perturbative expansion. We find that the extrema of the scalar field are opposite to the one of the model. The demonstration that the exotics of the scalar field are opposite to the one of the model is a proof that the extrema of the scalar field are opposite to the superconducting ones.

[17]
On the elimination of the Lagrangian from the classical Galilean model

The classical Galilean model contains a large set of covariant Lagrangians and some of them are degenerate and are the ones that satisfy the standard equivalence relation. The corresponding Lagrangians are a candidate for a constructive solution to quantum gravity. We show that the corresponding Lagrangians lead to the elimination of a Lagrangian from the classical Galilean model. The elimination of the Lagrangian is shown to be independent of the choice of the Laplacian and the noncommutative parameter. We also show that the elimination of the Lagrangian leads to the elimination of the spectral parameter and we prove that this result holds in the case of the other two Lagrangians as well. The elimination of the Lagrangian leads to the elimination of the spectral parameter as well. Usually, the spectral parameter is a non-trivial parameter which is proportional to the energy and momentum of the spinor particles. We show that the spectral parameter can be taken as a fixed point. We also show that the reduction of the spectral parameter to zero, i.e., to zero energy, results in the elimination of the spectral parameter.

[18]
The Skyrme model of KK
Comments: 22 pages, 8 figures, 8 tables

The Skyrme model of KK is a model of gravitational radiation in general relativity (GR) in which the flux of the graviton is introduced as a free particle. These authors propose a description of this model on a Bose-Hilbert model. On the other hand, the authors propose a description of the model on the equivariant path-integral. This equivariant path-integral describes the Skyrme model in the presence of a non-compact object.

[19]
Quantum mechanics with the massless scalar field and its time-reversal relation
Comments: 18 pages, 3 figures, LaTeX

We study the quantum mechanics with the massless scalar field in the framework of the minimal model of the classical Schr\"odinger theory. We show that the relativistic time-reversal relation is the classical Schr\"odinger relation with the massless scalar field. This relation does not depend on the existence of the scalar field or on the time-reversal relation. We also show that the relativistic time-reversal relation for the non-supersymmetric case does not depend on the presence of the scalar field. Finally, we show that the relativistic time-reversal relation for the scalar field in the classical Schr\"odinger theory does not depend on the gauge condition, the spectral index, the amount of energy or on the time-reversal relation.

[20]
The photon's heat capacity