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Spinfield Interaction Effects and Loop Dynamics in AdS/CFT Duality
, 2006
"... The spinfield interaction is considered, in the context of the gauge fields/string correspondence, in the large ’t Hooft coupling limit. The latter can be viewed as a WKBtype approximation to the AdS/CFT duality conjecture. Basic theoretical objects entering the present study are (a) the Wilson lo ..."
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The spinfield interaction is considered, in the context of the gauge fields/string correspondence, in the large ’t Hooft coupling limit. The latter can be viewed as a WKBtype approximation to the AdS/CFT duality conjecture. Basic theoretical objects entering the present study are (a) the Wilson
A large mass hierarchy from a small extra dimension
, 1999
"... We propose a new higherdimensional mechanism for solving the hierarchy problem. The weak scale is generated from a large scale of order the Planck scale through an exponential hierarchy. However, this exponential arises not from gauge interactions but from the background metric (which is a slice of ..."
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We propose a new higherdimensional mechanism for solving the hierarchy problem. The weak scale is generated from a large scale of order the Planck scale through an exponential hierarchy. However, this exponential arises not from gauge interactions but from the background metric (which is a slice
Worldline Casting of the Stochastic Vacuum Model and NonPerturbative Properties of QCD: General Formalism
, 810
"... The Stochastic Vacuum Model for QCD, proposed by Dosch and Simonov, is fused with a Worldline casting of the underlying theory, i.e. QCD. Important, non perturbative features of the theory are studied. In particular, contributions associated with the spinfield interaction are calculated and both th ..."
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The Stochastic Vacuum Model for QCD, proposed by Dosch and Simonov, is fused with a Worldline casting of the underlying theory, i.e. QCD. Important, non perturbative features of the theory are studied. In particular, contributions associated with the spinfield interaction are calculated and both
Existence of Travelling Wave Solutions to the MaxwellPauli and MaxwellSchrödinger Systems
"... c © 2013 by the authors Abstract. We study two mathematical descriptions of a charged particle interacting with it’s selfgenerated electromagnetic field. The first model is the onebody MaxwellSchrödinger system where the interaction of the spin with the magnetic field is neglected and the second ..."
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and the second model is the related onebody MaxwellPauli system where the spinfield interaction is included. We prove that there exist travelling wave solutions to both of these systems provided that the speed v  of the wave is not too large. Moreover, we observe that the energies of these solutions behave
Ultrarelativistic Spinning Particle and a Rotating Body in External Fields, Adv. High Energy Phys.
, 2016
"... We use the vector model of spinning particle to analyze the influence of spinfield coupling on the particle's trajectory in ultrarelativistic regime. The Lagrangian with minimal spingravity interaction yields the equations equivalent to the MathissonPapapetrouTulczyjewDixon (MPTD) equation ..."
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We use the vector model of spinning particle to analyze the influence of spinfield coupling on the particle's trajectory in ultrarelativistic regime. The Lagrangian with minimal spingravity interaction yields the equations equivalent to the MathissonPapapetrouTulczyjewDixon (MPTD
Distrito Federal, México PACS 03.65.Nk – Scattering theory
, 803
"... Abstract. Using the exact twopropagatingmodes solutions for electrons in quasi2D semiconductor waveguide, under sectionally constant magnetic fields and spinorbit interactions, it is explicitly shown that the Fanolike resonances and antiresonances lead to sudden suppressions and enhancements ..."
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of T↑, ↑ and T↓,↓, as well as of the spintransition probability T↓,↑. Our calculations show that when the magneticfieldtilting angle θH is increased, the spinfield interaction becomes the most significant mechanism for the spin transitions in magnetic superlattices. Taking advantage of these spin
Higherspin gauge interactions for massive matter fields
 in 3D AdS spacetime,” Nucl. Phys. B 545
, 1999
"... A remarkable feature of the models with interactions exhibiting higherspin (HS) gauge symmetries in d> 2 is that their most symmetric vacua require (anti)de Sitter (AdS) geometry rather than the flat one. In striking parallelism to what might be expected of M theory HS gauge theories describe i ..."
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infinite towers of fields of all spins and possess naturally spacetime SUSY and ChanPaton type inner symmetries. In this paper, we analyze at the level of the equations of motion the simplest nontrivial HS model which describes HS gauge interactions (on the top of the usual supergravitational and (Chern
General Formalism and Applications.
, 810
"... The Stochastic Vacuum Model for QCD, proposed by Dosch and Simonov, is fused with a Worldline casting of the underlying theory, i.e. QCD. Important, nonperturbative features of the model are studied. In particular, contributions associated with the spinfield interaction are calculated and both the ..."
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The Stochastic Vacuum Model for QCD, proposed by Dosch and Simonov, is fused with a Worldline casting of the underlying theory, i.e. QCD. Important, nonperturbative features of the model are studied. In particular, contributions associated with the spinfield interaction are calculated and both
Interacting Fields of Arbitrary Spin and
, 1996
"... . The equations of motion for the component fields of spin greater than 1 2 are interacting variants of the firstorder Dirac– Fierz equations for zero restmass fields of arbitrary spin. The interactions are governed by conserved currents which are constructed by an iterative procedure. In (arbitra ..."
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. The equations of motion for the component fields of spin greater than 1 2 are interacting variants of the firstorder Dirac– Fierz equations for zero restmass fields of arbitrary spin. The interactions are governed by conserved currents which are constructed by an iterative procedure
Interacting Spin2 Fields
"... We construct consistent theories of multiple interacting spin2 fields in arbitrary spacetime dimensions using a vielbein formulation. We show that these theories have the additional primary constraints needed to eliminate potential ghosts, to all orders in the fields, and to all orders beyond any d ..."
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We construct consistent theories of multiple interacting spin2 fields in arbitrary spacetime dimensions using a vielbein formulation. We show that these theories have the additional primary constraints needed to eliminate potential ghosts, to all orders in the fields, and to all orders beyond any
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