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HEM 2016: Inverse problems for Jacobi operators IV: Interior mass-spring perturbations of semi-infinite systems


Inverse problems for Jacobi operators IV: Interior mass-spring perturbations of semi-infinite systems

This work gives results on the interplay of the spectra of two Jacobi operators corresponding to an infinite mass-spring system and a modification of it obtained by changing one mass and one spring of the system. It is shown that the system can be recovered from these two spectra. Necessary and sufficient conditions for two sequences to be the spectra of the mass-spring system and the perturbed one are provided.

Comments: 37 pages 2 figures
Subjects: Mathematical Physics (math-ph)
MSC classes: 34K29, 47A75, 47B36, 70F17
Cite as: arXiv:1604.00099 [math-ph]
(or arXiv:1604.00099v1 [math-ph] for this version)

HEM 2016: H→ℓℓ′ in the Simplest Little Higgs Model


H in the Simplest Little Higgs Model

Little Higgs Models are promising constructs to solve the hierarchy problem affecting the Higgs boson mass for generic new physics. However, their preservation of lepton universality forbids them to account for the Hτμ CMS hint and at the same time respect (as they do) the severe limits on Hμe inherited from the non-observation of μeγ. We compute the predictions of the Simplest Little Higgs Model for the H decays and conclude that the measurement of any of these decays at LHC (even with a much smaller rate than currently hinted) will rule out this model. This result is consistent with our earlier observation of very suppressed lepton flavor violating semileptonic tau decays within this model.

Comments: 8 pages, 5 figures
Subjects: High Energy Physics – Phenomenology (hep-ph); High Energy Physics – Experiment (hep-ex)
Cite as: arXiv:1603.09663 [hep-ph]
(or arXiv:1603.09663v1 [hep-ph] for this version)

HEM 2016:Relating q̂ , η/s and ΔE in an expanding Quark-Gluon Plasma


Relating q̂ , η/s and ΔE in an expanding Quark-Gluon Plasma

We use linear viscous hydrodynamics to describe the energy and momentum deposited by a fast moving parton in a quark gluon plasma. This energy-momentum is in turn used to compute the probability density for the production of soft partons by means of the Cooper-Frye formula. We use this probability density to render manifest a relation between the average transverse momentum given to the fast moving parton from the medium q̂ , the entropy density to shear viscosity ratio η/s and the energy lost by the fast moving parton ΔE in an expanding medium under similar conditions to those generated in nucleus-nucleus collisions at the LHC. We find that q̂  increases linearly with ΔE for both trigger and away side partons that have been produced throughout the medium. On the other hand, η/s is more stable with ΔE. We also study how these transport coefficients vary with the geometrical location of the hard scattering that produces the fast moving partons. The behavior of q̂ , with ΔE is understood as arising from the length of medium the parton traverses from the point where it is produced. However, since η/s is proportional to the ratio of the length of medium traversed by the fast parton and the average number of scatterings it experiences, it has a milder dependence on the energy it loses. This study represents a tool to obtain a direct connection between transport coefficients and the description of in-medium energy loss within a linear viscous hydrodynamical evolution of the bulk.

Comments: 10 pages, 7 figures
Subjects: High Energy Physics – Phenomenology (hep-ph); Nuclear Theory (nucl-th)
Cite as: arXiv:1603.09296 [hep-ph]
(or arXiv:1603.09296v1 [hep-ph] for this version)

HEM 2016:Flavor-changing decays of the top quark in 5D warped models


Flavor-changing decays of the top quark in 5D warped models

We study flavor changing neutral current decays of the top quark in the context of general warped extra dimensions, where the five dimensional metric is slightly modified from 5D anti-de-Sitter (AdS5). These models address the Planck-electroweak hierarchies of the Standard Model and can obey all the low energy flavor bounds and electroweak precision tests, while allowing the scale of new physics to be at the TeV level, and thus within the reach of the LHC at Run II. We perform the calculation of these exotic top decay rates for the case of a bulk Higgs, and thus include in particular the effect of the additional Kaluza-Klein (KK) Higgs modes running in the loops, along with the usual KK fermions and KK gluons.

Comments: 29 pages, 6 figures
Subjects: High Energy Physics – Phenomenology (hep-ph)
Cite as: arXiv:1603.08929 [hep-ph]
(or arXiv:1603.08929v1 [hep-ph] for this version)

HEM 2016: Interpreting Numerical Measurements in Fixed Topological Sectors


Interpreting Numerical Measurements in Fixed Topological Sectors

For quantum field theories with topological sectors, Monte Carlo simulations on fine lattices tend to be obstructed by an extremely long auto-correlation time with respect to the topological charge. Then reliable numerical measurements are feasible only within individual sectors. The challenge is to assemble such restricted measurements in a way that leads to a substantiated approximation to the fully fledged result, which would correspond to the correct sampling over the entire set of configurations. We test an approach for such a topological summation, which was suggested by Brower, Chandrasekharan, Negele and Wiese. Under suitable conditions, energy levels and susceptibilities can be obtained to a good accuracy, as we demonstrate for O(N) models, SU(2) Yang-Mills theory, and for the Schwinger model.

Comments: 41 pages, LaTex, 12 figures, 10 tables
Subjects: High Energy Physics – Lattice (hep-lat); High Energy Physics – Phenomenology (hep-ph)
Cite as: arXiv:1603.05630 [hep-lat]
(or arXiv:1603.05630v1 [hep-lat] for this version)

HEM 2016: SUSY partners of the truncated oscillator, Painlevé transcendents and Bäcklund transformations


SUSY partners of the truncated oscillator, Painlevé transcendents and Bäcklund transformations

In this work the supersymmetric technique is applied to the truncated oscillator to generate Hamiltonians ruled by second and third-order polynomial Heisenberg algebras, which are connected to the Painlev\’e IV and Painlev\’e V equations respectively. The aforementioned connection is exploited to produce particular solutions to both non-linear differential equations and the B\”acklund transformations relating them.

Comments: This article is a natural continuation of arXiv:1310.5628
Subjects: Mathematical Physics (math-ph); Quantum Physics (quant-ph)
Cite as: arXiv:1603.05173 [math-ph]
(or arXiv:1603.05173v1 [math-ph] for this version)

HEM 2016: The distinctive ultraviolet structure of extra-dimensional Yang-Mills theories by integration of heavy Kaluza-Klein modes


The distinctive ultraviolet structure of extra-dimensional Yang-Mills theories by integration of heavy Kaluza-Klein modes

One-loop Standard Model observables produced by virtual heavy Kaluza-Klein fields play a prominent role in the minimal model of universal extra dimensions. Motivated by this aspect, we integrate out all the Kaluza-Klein heavy modes coming from the Yang-Mills theory set on a spacetime with an arbitrary number, n, of compact extra dimensions. After fixing the gauge with respect to the Kaluza-Klein heavy gauge modes in a covariant manner, we calculate a gauge independent effective Lagrangian expansion containing multiple Kaluza-Klein sums that entail a bad divergent behavior. We use the Epstein-zeta function to regularize and characterize discrete divergences within such multiple sums, and then we discuss the interplay between the number of extra dimensions and the degree of accuracy of effective Lagrangians to generate or not divergent terms of discrete origin. We find that nonrenormalizable terms with mass dimension k are finite as long as k>4+n. Multiple Kaluza-Klein sums of nondecoupling logarithmic terms, not treatable by Epstein-zeta regularization, are produced by four-dimensional momentum integration. On the grounds of standard renormalization, we argue that such effects are unobservable.