Beneke, M. Czakon, M. Falgari, P. Mitov, A. Schwinn, C.

We derive the complete set of velocity-enhanced terms in the expansion of the total cross section for heavy-quark pair production in hadronic collisions at next-to-next-to-leading order. Our expression takes into account the effects of soft-gluon emission as well as that of potential-gluon exchanges. We prove that there are no enhancements due to s...

Kostelecky, Alan Russell, Neil

This work tabulates measured and derived values of coefficients for Lorentz and CPT violation in the Standard-Model Extension. Summary tables are extracted listing maximal attained sensitivities in the matter, photon, neutrino, and gravity sectors. Tables presenting definitions and properties are also compiled.

Olness, Fredrick Scalise, Randall

We illustrate the dimensional regularization technique using a simple problem from elementary electrostatics. We contrast this approach with the cutoff regularization approach, and demonstrate that dimensional regularization preserves the translational symmetry. We then introduce a Minimal Subtraction (MS) and a Modified Minimal Subtraction (MS-Bar...

Grzadkowski, B. Iskrzynski, M. Misiak, M. Rosiek, J.

When the Standard Model is considered as an effective low-energy theory, higher dimensional interaction terms appear in the Lagrangian. Dimension-six terms have been enumerated in the classical article by Buchmueller and Wyler [3]. Although redundance of some of those operators has been already noted in the literature, no updated complete list has ...

Sharafiddinov, Rasulkhozha S.

A classification of leptonic currents with respect to C-operation requires the separation of elementary particles into the two classes of vector C-even and axial-vector C-odd character. Their nature has been created so that to each type of lepton corresponds a kind of neutrino. Such pairs are united in families of a different C-parity. Unlike the n...

Boroun, G. R. Rezaei, B.

We present a set of formulae using the solution of the QCD Dokshitzer-Gribov-Lipatov-Altarelli-parisi (DGLAP) evolution equation to the extract of the exponent $\lambda_g$ gluon distribution and $\lambda_S$ structure function from the Regge- like behavior at low $x$. The exponents are found to be independent of $x$ and to increase linearly with ln$...

Boroun, G. R.

We present a set of independent formulae to extract the gluon distribution and singlet structure function from its derivatives with respect to $lnQ^{2}$ in the next- to- leading order of perturbation theory at low-$x$ based on a hard pomeron exchange. In this approach, both singlet quarks and gluons have the same high-energy behavior at small $x$. ...

Rezaei, B. Boroun, G. R.

We show that the nonlinear corrections to the longitudinal structure function can be tamed the singularity behavior at low x values, with respect to GLR-MQ equations. This approach can determined the shadowing longitudinal structure function based on the shadowing corrections to the gluon and singlet quark structure functions. Comparing our results...

Fritzsch, Harald

We discuss the fundamemtal constants in the Standard Model of particle physics, in particular possible changes of these constants on the cosmological time scale. The Grand Unification of the observed strong, electromagnetic and weak interactions implies relations between time variation of the finestructure constant alpha and the QCD scale $\Lambda_...

Aitchison, Ian J. R. Close, Frank E. Gal, Avraham Millener, D. John

Professor Richard H. Dalitz passed away on January 13, 2006. He was almost 81 years old and his outstanding contributions are intimately connected to some of the major breakthroughs of the 20th century in particle and nuclear physics. These outstanding contributions go beyond the Dalitz Plot, Dalitz Pair and CDD poles that bear his name. He pioneer...