Jabs, Arthur
in * Jun 12, 2016
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We expound an alternative to the Copenhagen interpretation of the formalism of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics. The basic difference is that the new interpretation is formulated in the language of epistemological realism. It involves a change in some basic physical concepts. The $\psi $ function is no longer interpreted as a probability amplitude...

Suganuma, H. Amemiya, K. Tanaka, A. Ichie, H.
in * May 20, 2016
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We show the construction of the dual superconducting theory for the confinement mechanism from QCD in the maximally abelian (MA) gauge using the lattice QCD Monte Carlo simulation. We find that essence of infrared abelian dominance is naturally understood with the off-diagonal gluon mass $m_{\rm off} \simeq 1.2 {\rm GeV}$ induced by the MA gauge fi...

Thomas, R. P.
in * May 09, 2016
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Mirror symmetry suggests that on a Calabi-Yau 3-fold moduli spaces of stable bundles, especially those with degree zero and indivisible Chern class, might be smooth (i.e. unobstructed, though perhaps of too high a dimension). This is because smoothly embedded special lagrangian cycles in the mirror have unobstructed deformations. As there does not ...

Dvoeglazov, Valeriy V.
in * Feb 09, 2016
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In the framework of the Joos-Weinberg 2(2S+1)- theory for massless particles, the dynamical invariants have been derived from the Lagrangian density which is considered to be a 4- vector. A la Majorana interpretation of the 6- component "spinors", the field operators of S=1 particles, as the left- and right-circularly polarized radiation, leads us ...

Hollowood, T. Miramontes, J. L. Guillen, J. Sanchez
in * Jan 26, 2016
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We review the construction of generalized integrable hierarchies of partial differential equations, associated to affine Kac-Moody algebras, that include those considered by Drinfel'd and Sokolov. These hierarchies can be used to construct new models of 2D quantum or topological gravity, as well as new $\cal W$-algebras.

Hagedorn, R.
in * Jan 01, 2016
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A qualitative review is given of the theoretical problems and possibilities arising when one tries to understand what happens in relativistic heavy ion collisions. The striking similarity between thes

Rafelski, Johann
in * Jan 01, 2016
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It is argued that observation of the strange-particle abundance may lead to identification of the quarkâ€“gluon plasma and measurement of some of its properties. Approach to chemical equilibrium and com

Hagedorn, Rolf
in * Jan 01, 2016
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I describe the long way from the first theoretical ideas about multiple particle production up to the situation in which constructing of a statistical model of strong interactions seemed natural. I be

Halpern, O.
in * Jan 01, 1968
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Hagedorn, R.
in * Jan 01, 2016
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Rolf Hagedorn reminisces in 1984 about limiting temperature, the development of the statistical bootstrap model (SBM). He argues that consideration of hadrons of finite size allowed the generalization