Sberveglieri, Giacomo Serone, Marco Spada, Gabriele

Renormalization group (RG) and resummation techniques have been used in $N$-component $\phi^4$ theories at fixed dimensions below four to determine the presence of non-trivial IR fixed points and to compute the associated critical properties. Since the coupling constant is relevant in $d

Sberveglieri, Giacomo Serone, Marco Spada, Gabriele

Renormalization group (RG) and resummation techniques have been used in $N$-component $\phi^4$ theories at fixed dimensions below four to determine the presence of non-trivial IR fixed points and to compute the associated critical properties. Since the coupling constant is relevant in $d

Sberveglieri, Giacomo Serone, Marco Spada, Gabriele

Renormalization group (RG) and resummation techniques have been used in $N$-component $\phi^4$ theories at fixed dimensions below four to determine the presence of non-trivial IR fixed points and to compute the associated critical properties. Since the coupling constant is relevant in $d

Cusin, Giulia Dvorkin, Irina Pitrou, Cyril Uzan, Jean-Philippe

This letter characterizes the properties of the angular power spectrum in both the LIGO/Virgo and LISA frequency bands. It explores a wide range of self-consistent astrophysical models all calibrated such that they predict the same number of resolved mergers to fit the actual LIGO/Virgo number of detections during O1+O2 observations runs. It shows ...

Cusin, Giulia Dvorkin, Irina Pitrou, Cyril Uzan, Jean-Philippe

This letter characterizes the properties of the angular power spectrum in both the LIGO/Virgo and LISA frequency bands. It explores a wide range of self-consistent astrophysical models all calibrated such that they predict the same number of resolved mergers to fit the actual LIGO/Virgo number of detections during O1+O2 observations runs. It shows ...

Cusin, Giulia Dvorkin, Irina Pitrou, Cyril Uzan, Jean-Philippe

This letter characterizes the properties of the angular power spectrum in both the LIGO/Virgo and LISA frequency bands. It explores a wide range of self-consistent astrophysical models all calibrated such that they predict the same number of resolved mergers to fit the actual LIGO/Virgo number of detections during O1+O2 observations runs. It shows ...

Cusin, Giulia Dvorkin, Irina Pitrou, Cyril Uzan, Jean-Philippe

This letter characterizes the properties of the angular power spectrum in both the LIGO/Virgo and LISA frequency bands. It explores a wide range of self-consistent astrophysical models all calibrated such that they predict the same number of resolved mergers to fit the actual LIGO/Virgo number of detections during O1+O2 observations runs. It shows ...

Heidmann, Pierre Warner, Nicholas P.

Superstrata are smooth horizonless microstate geometries for the supersymmetric D1-D5-P black hole in type IIB supergravity. In the CFT, 'superstratum states' are defined to be the component of the supergraviton gas that is obtained by breaking the CFT into '$|00\rangle$-strands' and acting on each strand with the 'small,' anomaly-free superconform...

Heidmann, Pierre Warner, Nicholas P.

Superstrata are smooth horizonless microstate geometries for the supersymmetric D1-D5-P black hole in type IIB supergravity. In the CFT, 'superstratum states' are defined to be the component of the supergraviton gas that is obtained by breaking the CFT into '$|00\rangle$-strands' and acting on each strand with the 'small,' anomaly-free superconform...

Heidmann, Pierre Warner, Nicholas P.

Superstrata are smooth horizonless microstate geometries for the supersymmetric D1-D5-P black hole in type IIB supergravity. In the CFT, 'superstratum states' are defined to be the component of the supergraviton gas that is obtained by breaking the CFT into '$|00\rangle$-strands' and acting on each strand with the 'small,' anomaly-free superconform...