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  • Author(s): Jiamin Hou, Azadeh Moradinezhad Dizgah, ChangHoon Hahn, Michael Eickenberg, Shirley Ho, Pablo Lemos, Elena Massara, Chirag Modi, Liam Parker, and Bruno Régaldo-Saint Blancard The paper presents the first cosmological constraints from SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (BOSS) redshift-space galaxy skew spectra. This work goes beyond two-point statistics, accesses cosmological information down to nonlinear scales, and uses...
  • Author(s): P. Abratenko et al. (MicroBooNE Collaboration) Modeling of neutrino-nucleus scattering is essential to making sense of neutrino experimental data. In this paper, the MicroBooNE collaboration proposes and measures a set of generalized kinematic imbalance variables that are particularly well-suited for separating out and modeling nuclear effects. The usefulness of these variables is demonstrated by comparing data to event generators....
  • Author(s): Djuna Croon and Jeremy Sakstein The authors study the effect of annihilating dark matter on massive stars suffering from pair-instability. The annihilation of dark matter inserts energy into the star and the authors show that for sufficient dark matter density, significant changes occur in the masses of the resulting black holes. For dark matter masses greater than 1 GeV, most of the dark matter is in the core which leads to a more...
  • Author(s): Giuseppe De Laurentis, Harald Ita, Maximillian Klinkert, and Vasily Sotnikov Scattering processes that produce multiple jets in the final states are abundant at the Large Hadron Collider, which makes the computation of the corresponding theoretical high-precision predictions a crucial task to perform. By using different methods, two different collaborations computed the five-parton scattering amplitudes at two-loops in Quantum Chromodynamics...
  • Author(s): Giuseppe De Laurentis, Harald Ita, and Vasily Sotnikov Scattering processes that produce multiple jets in the final states are abundant at the Large Hadron Collider, which makes the computation of the corresponding theoretical high-precision predictions a crucial task to perform. By using different methods, two different collaborations computed the five-parton scattering amplitudes at two-loops in Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) for any...
  • Author(s): Bakul Agarwal, Federico Buccioni, Federica Devoto, Giulio Gambuti, Andreas von Manteuffel, and Lorenzo Tancredi Scattering processes that produce multiple jets in the final states are abundant at the Large Hadron Collider, which makes the computation of the corresponding theoretical high-precision predictions a crucial task to perform. By using different methods, two different collaborations computed the five-parton scattering amplitudes...
  • Author(s): Leonardo Rastelli and Brandon C. Rayhaun The authors prove (under some mild assumptions) the conjecture about the rationality of the trace anomaly central charges a and c in 4D N= 2 superconformal theories. They work on the Higgs branch and use rigorous results from vertex operator algebras in their arguments. This closes some shortcomings of the Coulomb branch arguments and rigorously shows the generality of this intriguing property...