# Journal of High Energy Physics

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 6 > 1-105

*N*) remain one of most promising explanations for the ori-gin of neutrinos’ tiny masses and large mixing angles. In light of broad advances in un-derstanding and modeling of hadron collisions at large momentum transfers, we revisit the long-standard search strategy for heavy

*N*decaying to multiple charged leptons (

*ℓ*),

*pp*→

*NℓX*→ 3ℓ

*νX*. For electroweak and TeV-scale

*N*, we propose...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 6 > 1-24

*N*

_{c}SQCD with adjoints of rational

*R*-charges. This is done by equating the superconformal index of the electric and magnetic theories: the obtained equation has a solution each time some product of cyclotomic polynomials has only positive coefficients. In this way we easily reproduce without any reference to the superpotential or the...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 6 > 1-44

*sl*(2, ℝ). Unlike the standard Lorentzian inversion formula in higher dimensions, the formula described here only applies to fully crossing-symmetric four-point functions and makes crossing symmetry manifest. In particular, inverting a single conformal block in the crossed channel returns the coefficient function of...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 6 > 1-9

*AdS*

_{3}×

*S*

^{3}×

*T*

^{4}supported with Neveu-Schwarz-Neveu-Schwarz flux are described by a Wess-Zumino-Witten model. In this note, we study the emergence of their semiclassical SU(2) spectrally flowed sectors as the Landau-Lifshitz limit of the underlying quantum spin chain. We consider the propagator in the coherent state picture, and find that the time interval...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 6 > 1-18

*m*

_{g}in Anti-de Sitter spacetime. In the context of bimetric gravity these mechanisms couple ‘weakly’ two initially decoupled superconformal theories by: (i) turning on a double-trace deformation, or (ii) gauging a common global symmetry. Superconformal invariance restricts the number of...

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*q*

_{U}units. These interactions have coefficients that transform as non-holomorphic modular forms under SL(2, ℤ) transformations with holomorphic and anti-holomorphic...

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*κa*

^{2}), (where a is the areal radius of the trapping horizon), which is responsible for the decrease in the black...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 6 > 1-34

*A*

_{5}and CP in a supersymmetric framework. We concentrate on the leptonic sector, where two different residual symmetries are assumed to be conserved at leading order for charged and neutral leptons. All possible realizations to generate neutrino masses at tree level are investigated. Sizable flavor...

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*E*∼

*k*

^{z}and dynamical exponent

*z >*1. The asymptotic growth of the number of states of these theories can be described by an extension of Cardy formula that depends on

*z*. We show that this result can be recovered by counting the partitions of an integer into...

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*O*(

*N*)

^{3}tensor model of Klebanov and Tarnopolsky [1] in

*d*< 4 with a free covariance modified to fit the infrared conformal scaling. We study the renormalization group flow of the model using a Wilsonian approach valid in any

*d*(notably we do not require

*d*= 4 −

*ϵ*with small

*ϵ*). At large

*N*, the tetrahedral coupling has a finite flow, hence it becomes a free parameter. The...

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