# Journal of High Energy Physics

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-19

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-20

*α t*ln

^{2}

*s*)

^{n}to the 4-graviton amplitude in N $$ \mathcal{N} $$ = 8 supergravity (SUGRA), with

*α*being the gravitational coupling and (

*s, t*) the Mandelstam invariants, is studied in impact parameter (

*ρ*) representation. This sector of the amplitude shows interesting properties which shed light on the nature of quantum corrections in gravity...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-19

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Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-20

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-27

*G*

_{1}and

*G*

_{2}of one-form finite symmetry

*G*

_{1}×

*G*

_{2}in 3

*d*Chern-Simons theories. We assign a quantum entanglement structure to two linked

*G*-symmetry lines (Wilson loops) and compute the entanglement entropy

*S*[

*G*]. We find a measure of the mixed anomaly by computing

*S*[

*G*

_{1}×

*G*

_{2}] −

*S*[

*G*

_{1}] −

*S*[

*G*

_{2}].

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-34

*D*. Performing a new kind of large-

*D*scaling reduces the problem to a Ricci flow of the near-horizon geometry as it varies along the circle direction. The flows of interest here simplify to a non-linear logarithmic...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-16

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*b*→

*s*ℓℓ transitions, or

*B*anomalies, can be interpreted in terms of different New Physics (NP) scenarios within a model-independent effective approach. We identify a set of internal tensions of the fit that require further attention and whose theoretical or experimental nature could be determined with more data...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-20

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*E*

_{P}, given by the minimal cross sectional area of an entanglement wedge

*E*

_{W}. The

*E*

_{P}is generally very complicated quantity to obtain in field theories, thus to establish the conjectured relationship one needs to test if

*E*

_{W}and

*E*

_{P}share common features. In this paper the entangling regions we consider are slabs, concentric...

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*both*coupling

*g*and spin

*j*to approximate such anomalous dimensions. We provide a...

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*T*

^{4}

*/ℤ*

_{N}(

*N*= 2

*,*3) in the presence of heterotic 5-branes. Gauge symmetry breaking associated with orbifold is described by instantons in the field theory. There is phase transition between small (zero size limit) instantons and heterotic 5-branes. This mechanism provides top-down, stringy account to the spectrum...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-17

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-29

*m*

_{ϕ}∼ 10

^{− 6}

*f*, to explain the CMB normalization. The ALP is necessarily coupled to the standard model particles for successful reheating. The ALP with the above relation...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-43

*W*

^{+}

*W*

^{−}and t t ¯ $$ t\overline{t} $$ decay modes with fully leptonic

*W W*decay. We explore interference effects for benchmark points with a heavy Higgs mass that significantly exceeds 2

*m*

_{t}. In the

*W W*channel, the Higgs signal and the...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 7 > 1-27

*q*

_{T}subtraction formalism to handle and cancel infrared singularities in real and virtual contributions. The computation is implemented in the Matrix framework, thereby allowing...