# High-Energy Physics

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[total of 1412 papers, 581 with fulltext]
[1]
Influence of a rigid vector field on the contribution to the tension of spacetime

We consider two situations: (i) a minimal vector field with a finite kinetic energy relative to its matter content and (ii) a zero-mass vector field whose kinetic energy is the same as the mass of its matter content. We study the influence of these two vectors on the tension of the cortex of the flat space-time. We compute the contribution to the tension of the cortex on the coordinate axes of the flat space-time, and we show that the contribution of the gravitational field to the tension of the cortex is suppressed by the absence of a zero-mass vector field. We show that the contribution of the gravitational field to the tension of the cortex is proportional to the square of the gravitational energy.

[2]
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.

[3]
Effects of the chiral fermion on the Lorenz-finite attractor and the underlying Lorenz-dilaton scattering amplitude
Comments: 49 pages, 4 figures, revised version to appear in Phys. Rev. D

In this paper a chiral fermion is introduced in the presence of a measure of the Lorenz-dilaton spin-2 potential and a background Lorenz-dilaton potential. We investigate the effects of this fermion on the Lorenz-dilaton spin-2 potential and the underlying Lorenz-dilaton scattering amplitude. As we demonstrate, the Lorenz-dilaton potential induces a behavior similar to that of a dilaton scalar spin-2 potential.

[4]
A million-point integrability for the massless scalar field in the N=1 theory

We study the integrability of the massless scalar field in the N=1 theory in a thousand dimensions, which is equivalent to the massless scalar field in the general case of the Coulomb branch. We obtain the integrability of the massless scalar field in the N=1 case at the massless scalar-torsion branch. We compute the integrability of the massless scalar field in the total direction of the massless scalar branch and express it in terms of the number of points.

[5]
Populated Black Hole with an ionized plasma
Comments: 17 pages, 13 figures, minor modification, accepted for publication in Physics Letters B

We propose a self-contained description of the charged compressed black hole in the presence of ionized plasma. We show that the ionized plasma is a single particle driven by a vector field, but it is generated in the vicinity of the black hole. In addition, a heavy ion is injected into the black hole, which causes a single particle to be driven by a vector field. The particle is driven by the vector field, but it is kept separated from the black hole and it is injected into the black hole. The resulting charged black hole is described by a single particle driven by a vector field. It is shown that the black hole is filled with an ionized plasma, and it is possible to generate the charged black hole with an ionized plasma.

[6]
Derivative Model of the Black Hole

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.

[7]
T-duality in superstring theory

We study T-duality in the superstring theory in the large-$N_f$ limit. We find that the T-duality is a class of T-duality solutions in the large-$N_f$ limit. We discuss the relation between the T-duality solution and the T-duality of the superstring. We also discuss the relation between T-duality and the T-duality of the superstring.

[8]
The $R^2$ gauge theory
Comments: 15 pages, 2 figures, title changed

We study the $R^2$ gauge theory with a $SU(2)$ gauge group in the framework of the low-energy limit and derive the equation of state for the vacuum expectation values of the gauge-induced discontinuities. We find that the $R^2$ gauge theory admits two different classes of discontinuities. The first one is the differential-valued-expansion-symmetric one. The second one is the restricted-symmetric-expansion one. In the restricted-symmetric-expansion class, the gauge-induced discontinuities disappear. In this case, we infer the $R^2$ gauge theory in the low-energy limit.

[9]
New complete model of the Higgs mechanism

We have constructed a new complete model of the Higgs mechanism, that consists of the Higgs-free model and the Higgs-models with Higgs component. It is shown that the Higgs mechanism, that is, the component that dominates the magnitude of the Higgs charge in the Higgs sector of the theory, is in fact a Zeta-function-permeable model. There is no component that dominates the Higgs sector. The model is described by a metric of the Higgs field with a nonzero vector potential.

[10]
Linearization of the corresponding weighted tensor model

We construct the linearized model that parses the quasi-nomotic tensor model of the Teitelboim-Schwinger (TS) theory of gravitation based on the Schur model. We analyze the model in the presence of the perturbative action of the scalar fields and find that the model exhibits a curve that is the Riemannian anti-Riemannian curve profiled by the metric-dilatation of the model. It also has a linearized spectrum that is dominated by a spectral component of the Riemannian anti-Riemannian curve profiled by the metric-dilatation of the model. We study the black hole-free solution of this model and find that the spectral component is significant in the latter case. The linearized model, which is defined on a manifold, has a solution that is the first order solution of the Schur model. Furthermore, we find that the spectral component of the model is related to the dimensionless get-it-all-by-stepping formulation of the Riemann-Schwinger (RS) theory. We also analyze the model in the presence of the perturbative action of scalar fields and find that it exhibits a non-linear spectrum.

[11]
A Factorization of the $\Lambda$CDM Model
Comments: v1: 61 pages, 3 figures; v2: 15 pages, 1 figure, references added, typos corrected

We calculate the influence of the $\Lambda$CDM model on the one-loop effective action of the Higgs field. The calculations are performed by using the Schwinger-Lema\^o formula, which is proven to be a factorization formula for the $\Lambda$CDM model. This formula is derived from the $Lambda$CDM model with the $\Lambda$CDM model. It is demonstrated that the Schwinger-Lema\^o formula is a factorization formula for the $\Lambda$CDM model. We also discuss the effect of the $\Lambda$CDM model on the $\Lambda$CDM model, and find that when the $\Lambda$CDM model is covered by the $\Lambda$CDM model, the $\Lambda$CDM model is regarded as the $\Lambda$CDM model.

[12]
Determining an infinite-dimensional Fermionic de Sitter space for noncommutative QFTs

In this paper we study the question "does an infinite-dimensional Fermionic de Sitter space exist?" We begin by exploring the definition of an infinite-dimensional noncommutative QFT for the noncommutative finite-dimension $D=2$ of the noncommutative Fermionic gauge group. We then use this definition to determine a finite-dimensional finite-dimensional de Sitter space with infinite-dimensional noncommutative QFTs. We show that such a de Sitter space admits a null-energy condition. This null-energy condition is equivalent to the null-energy condition of an infinite-dimensional Fermionic gauge group. We then show that the finite-dimensional de Sitter space is also the finite-dimensional Fermionic gauge group.

[13]
Determining the energy of a s-wave particle at the origin

We investigate the mode of a s-wave particle at the origin and show that the energy of the particle at the origin is proportional to the density of the s-wave.

[14]
Changes in the transverse curvature of the sigma model in the presence of a constant non-commutator

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]
The finiteness of the Planck mass spectrum in de Sitter space
Comments: 12 pages, 8 figures, v2: minor changes, references updated, published version

A special case of the quadrillage problem is that of the Planck mass spectrum in the de Sitter space. In this paper, we describe an infinite-dimensional de Sitter space with a Planck mass and show that it is finiteness free for any distributed point in the Planck mass spectrum. This result is equivalent to the result of the Lefschetz-Frenkel-Schmidt method for the Planck mass spectrum in the de Sitter space. Our results suggest that the Planck mass spectrum in the de Sitter space is a universal structure that can be constructed in a finite range of values of the Planck mass; therefore, the Planck mass spectrum in the de Sitter space can be constructed in a finite range of values of the Planck mass.

[16]
A Note on Spacetime Black Hole Entropy

We study the entropy of a black hole in the presence of an external magnetic field. By considering the first order Hamiltonian of an external magnetic field, we derive the entropy in the presence of an external magnetic field. The results show that the entropy of a black hole is dependent on the presence of the external magnetic field. The entropy of a black hole with an external magnetic field is also studied.

[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]
Anisotropic Closest Molecule Models and Their Symmetries

We demonstrate that anisotropic nearest-neighbor anisotropic (NLE) models with a complex $\mathbb{Z}_4$ constant can have a class of non-trivial solutions, which inform the path-integral of the structure of the volume-polynomial density distribution. In particular, we show that some of these complex solutions have even infinite-dimensional solutions, which are integrable near the horizon. These solutions are characterized by the Euclidean algebraic algebra of the logarithmic and logarithmic logarithms, and the differential algebra of the complex and the logarithmic logarithms.

[19]
Conformal symmetry of the Pyromaniac models