# Journal of High Energy Physics

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*AdS*

_{5}×

*S*

^{5}from the perspective of a recently discovered generalized Gribov-Lipatov reciprocity. We provide several evidences that reciprocity holds for all the higher charges and not only for the energy. This is discussed in the simple case of twist

*L*= 2, and 3 operators in the $$ \mathfrak{s}\mathfrak{l} $$ (2) subsector at (a)...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-84

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Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-33

_{2}needed to perform any 1-loop calculation in the Electroweak Standard Model. Our results are given both in the ’t Hooft-Veltman and in the Four Dimensional Helicity regularization schemes. We also verified, by using both the ’t Hooft-Feynman gauge and the Background Field Method, a huge set of Ward identities -up to...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-31

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-11

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-18

*N*

_{τ}in the thermodynamic limit. Analysing the series with Padé approximants, we estimate critical couplings and exponents for the deconfinement phase transition. For SU(2) pure gauge theory our results agree with those from Monte-Carlo simulations within...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-29

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-10

*S*-matrix which has been proposed for

*AdS*

_{4}/

*CFT*

_{3}is that the scattering of an

*A*-particle (“soliton”) with a

*B*-particle (“antisoliton”) is reflectionless. We argue, following Zamolodchikov, that the absence of reflection is a result of the existence of certain local conserved charges which act differently on the two types of particles.

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-8

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*M*′ of the lightest right-handed neutrino is much lighter than the masses...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-22

*m*-lobed perturbations. In the phase diagram of stationary solutions the threshold of the instability signals a bifurcation to a new phase of non-axisymmetric...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-66

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-20

*X*

^{±},

*ψ*

^{±}. We show that with the transverse variables and the ghosts combined, it is possible to construct a nilpotent BRST charge.

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Journal of High Energy Physics > 2010 > 2010 > 1 > 1-37

_{3}×S

^{2}×CY

_{3}. We interpret this geometry as coming from the backreaction of M2-branes wrapping the S

^{2}in an AdS

_{3}×S

^{2}×CY

_{3}flux compactification. In the black hole deconstruction proposal similar states give rise to the entropy of a D4-D0 black hole. The system is effectively described by a three-dimensional...