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Author Fritzsch, Harald
Title Proceedings Of The Conference In Honour Of Murray Gell-mann's 80th Birthday : Quantum Mechanics, Elementary Particles, Quantum Cosmology and Complexity
Imprint Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, 2010
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Note Intro -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- MURRAY GELL-MANN A SCIENTIFIC BIOGRAPHY -- MEMORIES OF MURRAY AND THE QUARK MODEL -- Acknowledgments -- References -- SOME PROBLEMS IN COLD ATOM RESEARCH∗ -- References -- MURRAY AND THE OMEGA MINUS -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Gell-Mann-Nishijima-Strangeness -- 3. Gell-Mann-Ne'eman-SU(3) and the Eightfold Way -- 4. Discovery of Ω− -- 5. Gell-Mann-Okubo-Mass Formula -- 6. 1964 Quarks/Aces, Gell-Mann, Zweig -- References -- FROM Ω− TO Ωb -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Quark Masses -- 2.1. Color hyperfine splitting in baryons -- 3. Effective Meson-Baryon SUSY -- 4. Magnetic Moments of Heavy Quark Baryons -- 5. Testing Confining Potentials Through Meson/Baryon HF Splitting Ratio -- 6. Predicting the Mass of b-Baryons -- 6.1. Ξb -- 6.2. Mass of the Ωb -- Acknowledgments -- References -- EARLY HISTORY OF QCD AND QUARKS -- 1. Introduction -- References -- UNDERSTANDING CONFINEMENT IN QCD :ELEMENTS OF A BIG PICTURE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. QCD -- 3. Confinement in Non-Abelian Gauge Theories: Dual Meissner Effect -- 4. Non-Abelian Strings -- 5. Basic Bulk Theory: Setting the Stage -- 6. Towards N = 1 -- 7. Heterotic Non-Abelian String -- 8. Large-N Solution of the Heterotic CP(N − 1) Model -- 9. Instead of Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- QCD MASS AND GAUGE IN A FIELD THEORY. QCD GLUE MESONS -- 1 Meeting you, MGM , while a student at ETH-Zurich -- 1-1 QCD - the two central anomalies : scale and chiral U1 -- Gauge boson binary bilocal and adjoint string operators -- The singlet axial current anomaly -- The scale- or trace- anomaly -- 2 Resonances composed of gauge bosons - glueballs here restricting to mainly binaries with JPC = 0++ , 0−+ , 2++ 4 -- 3 A meson composed of glue among scalar resonances - an unresolved question partial aspects in elastic ππ scattering and p ( π π ) p central production
3a 3 resonances - 1 channel : f0 (∼990) , gb (∼1000) , f0 (∼1500) elastic ππ scattering and p ( ππ ) p central production -- References -- THE QCD COUPLING AND PARTON DISTRIBUTIONS AT HIGH PRECISION -- 1. Inside Nucleons -- 2. Higher Order QCD Corrections to Deep-Inelastic Scattering -- 3. Precision Quark and Gluon Twist-2 Distributions -- 3.1. Flavor non-singlet analysis -- 3.2. Combined singlet and non-singlet analysis -- 4. The Strong Coupling Constant -- 5. Main Inclusive Cross Sections at Hadron Colliders -- 6. Higher Loop Integrals and Mathematics -- 7. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- WHAT WE KNOW AND DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE ORIGIN OF THE SPIN OF THE PROTON -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Beware the Phrase "Lattice QCD Says"! -- 2.1. The nonsinglet combination Ju − Jd -- 2.2. The singlet case Ju+d -- 2.3. Conclusions concerning individual quark angular momenta -- 3. Back to the Future -- 3.1. Parton distributions from quark models -- 3.2. The flavour singlet spin sum -- 3.3. Latest analysis -- 4. Discussion and Outlook -- Acknowledgments -- References -- DETERMINATION OF LIGHT QUARK MASSES IN QCD -- 1. Introduction -- 2. QCD Sum Rules -- 3. Finite Energy Sum Rules -- 4. The Light Pseudoscalar Correlator -- 5. Results -- Acknowledgment -- References -- THE ELUSIVE HIGGS BOSON(S) -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Motivations for Nonstandard Decays- Single H -- 3. Why SUSY, in Particular the NMSSM -- 4. Predictions Regarding a Generic Light a and the NMSSM a -- 5. Direct Discovery of the a at a Hadron Collider -- 6. Detecting the Light h of the NMSSM -- 7. Other Related "Nightmare" Scenarios -- 8. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- PROSPECTS FOR NEW PHYSICS AT THE LHC∗ -- 1. Preamble -- 2. Open Questions Beyond the Standard Model -- 3. Hunt for the Higgs -- 4. The LHC Physics Haystack -- 5. The Search for the Higgs Boson
6. The Search for Supersymmetry -- 7. Where is Supersymmetry? -- 8. Extra Dimensions? -- 9. The Restart of the LHC -- 10. What will the Future Bring? -- 11. A Conversation with Mrs Thatcher -- Acknowledgments -- References -- MURRAY GELL-MANN AND THE LAST FRONTIER OF LHC PHYSICS: THE QGCW PROJECT -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The (θ- ¯θ) Mixing in 1955 and Its Consequences -- 3. From the Proliferation of Mesons and Baryons to the Effective-Energy, Ehad, in All Interactions, Regardless of the Difference Between the Interacting Particles -- 4. The QCD Color, the QGCW Project and Complexity -- References -- SOME LESSONS FROM SIXTY YEARS OF THEORIZING -- NEW GAUGE SYMMETRY IN GRAVITY AND THE EVANESCENT ROLE OF TORSION -- Acknowledgments -- References -- NEUTRINO MASS AND GRAND UNIFICATION OF FLAVOR -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Gauge Group Required to Implement the Ansatz -- 3. SO(10) Realization of Flavor Unification Ansatz -- 4. Implementing Rank One Strategy -- 5. Making the Model Predictive -- 6. The SO(10) x S4 x Zn Model of Flavor -- 7. Vev Alignment as Minima of Flavon Theories -- 8. Comments -- 9. Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- LHC AND THE SEESAW MECHANISM -- 1. Foreword -- 2. Introduction -- 3. Left-Right Symmetry and the Origin of Neutrino Mass -- 4. Minimal Non-Supersymmetric SU(5) -- 4.1. T at LHC -- 5. Summary and Outlook -- Acknowledgments -- References -- NEUTRINO MIXING, LEPTONIC CP VIOLATION, THE SEE-SAW MECHANISM AND BEYOND -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Three Neutrino Mixing: Current Status -- 3. The See-Saw Mechanism -- 4. The Nature of Massive Neutrinos and (ββ)0ν-Decay -- 5. Baryon Asymmetry from the CPV Phases in UPMNS -- 6. Instead of Conclusions: Murray and Majorana Neutrinos -- Acknowledgments -- References -- SOME RECENT PROGRESS IN AdS/CFT -- 1. Personal Remarks -- 2. Review of Some Basic Facts
2.1. The type IIB/N = 4 SYM example -- 2.2. The type IIA/ABJM example -- 2.3. AdS energies and conformal dimensions -- 2.4. Approaches to testing the dualities -- 3. Classical String Solutions -- 3.1. Point-particle solutions -- 3.2. Spinning string solutions -- 3.3. Dual gauge theory analysis -- 3.4. Strings spinning in AdS -- 4. Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- ASPECTS OF STRING PHENOMENOLOGY -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Strings and Extra Dimensions -- 2.1. Framework of low scale strings -- 3. Experimental Implications in Accelerators -- 3.1. World-brane extra dimensions -- 3.2. Extra large transverse dimensions -- 3.3. String effects -- 4. Supersymmetry in the Bulk and Short Range Forces -- 4.1. Sub-millimeter forces -- 5. Standard Model on D-branes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- STRING CORRECTIONS TO QCD -- 1. Introduction -- 2. String Corrections to QCD: Possible Low Energy (LHC) Signatures of Intersecting D-Brane Models -- 2.1. Four gluon scattering amplitude -- 2.2. Two gluon, two quark scattering amplitudes -- 2.3. Dijet signals for lowest mass strings at the LHC -- 3. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- MAXIMAL SUPERSYMMETRY AND EXCEPTIONAL GROUPS -- 1. Introduction -- 2. N = 8 Supergravity in Light-Cone Superspace -- 3. The E7(7) Symmetry in the Light-Cone Formulation -- 3.1. Superspace action -- 4. Higher-Point Terms and Possible Counterterms -- References -- GAUGE/GRAVITY DUALITY AND SOME APPLICATIONS -- 1. Introduction -- 2. D-Branes the Building Blocks of String Theory -- 3. Statistical Mechanics of D-brane Systems and Black Hole Thermodynamics -- 4. D3 Branes and the AdS/CFT Correspondence -- The AdS/CFT conjecture -- Interpretation of the radial direction of AdS -- 5. Black Holes and AdS/CFT -- Conformal fluid dynamics and dynamical horizons -- 6. Non-Conformal Fluid Dynamics in 1 + 1 Dim. from Gravity
7. A New Term in Fluid Dynamics -- 8. Implications of the Gauge Fluid/Gravity Correspondence for the Information Paradox of Black Hole Physics -- 9. Concluding Remarks -- Condensed Matter: -- QCD and Gauge theories: -- Singularities in Quantum Gravity -- Acknowledgments -- References -- QUANTUM MECHANICS AND FIELD THEORY WITH MOMENTUM DEFINED ON AN ANTI-DE-SITTER SPACE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Geometry of Anti-de-Sitter Space -- 3. Space Coordinates -- 4. Hilbert Space and Modified Heisenberg Algebra -- 5. Functions of Position Operators and Differentiation of These -- 6. Integration of Functions of the Operators X -- 7. Translation Invariance, or Lack Thereof -- 8. Discreteness of Time -- 9. Field Theory -- 10. Space-time Coordinates -- 10.1. Problem -- Acknowledgments -- Appendix A. Nonrelativistic (Three Dimensional) Quantum Mechanics -- References -- GAUGE SYMMETRY IN PHASE SPACE CONSEQUENCES FOR PHYSICS AND SPACETIME -- 1. Some Consequences of the Gauge Symmetry -- 2. Phase Space Gauge Symmetry Sp(2,R) -- 3. Shadows -- 4. Gravity and Standard Model in 2T-Physics -- 5. Progress in 2T-Physics -- 6. 2T-Physics as a Unifying Framework for 1T-Physics -- Acknowledgment -- References -- COMPOSITE HIGGS PARTICLE -- BLACK HOLES AND ATTRACTORS IN SUPERGRAVITY -- 1. Extremal Black Holes -- 2. Attractors and Duality Orbits in N=8 Supergravity -- 3. Moduli Spaces of Attractors and Flat Directions -- 4. Conclusions and Other Recent Developments -- Acknowledgments -- References -- GAUGE THEORY OF GRAVITY WITH DE SITTER SYMMETRY AS A SOLUTION TO THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT PROBLEM AND THE DARK ENERGY PUZZLE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Gauge Theory of Gravity and the Cosmological Constant -- 3. De Sitter Symmetry and the Dark Energy -- 4. Quantum Instability of de Sitter Spacetime -- 5. Ghost Problem in Higher Order Gravity Theories -- 6. Discussion
Acknowledgments
The Conference on Quantum Mechanics, Elementary Particles, Quantum Cosmology and Complexity was held in honour of Professor Murray Gell-Mann's 80th birthday in Singapore on 24-26 February 2010. The conference paid tribute to Professor Gell-Mann's great achievements in the elementary particle physics. This notable birthday volume contains the presentations made at the conference by many eminent scientists, including Nobel laureates C N Yang, G 't Hooft and K Wilson. Other invited speakers include G Zweig, N Samios, M Karliner, G Karl, M Shifman, J Ellis, S Adler and A Zichichi
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