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Author Djordjevic, Goran
Title Mathematical, Theoretical And Phenomenological Challenges Beyond The Standard Model : Perspectives of the Balkan Collaborations
Imprint Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, 2005
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Note Intro -- CONTENTS -- Preface -- Organizers and Committees -- List of Participants -- Conference Photo -- I. Invited Lectures -- Integrable Structures in the Gauge/String Corespondence G. Arutyunov -- 1. Gauge/String Duality -- 2. Integrable Structure of Gauge Theory -- 3. Integrable Structure of String Theory -- 4. Matching the Spectra of Gauge and String Theories -- 5. Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Fluxes in M-theory on 7-manifolds: G2-, SW(3)- and SU( 2)-structures K. Behrndt, C. Jeschek -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Warp Compactification in the Presence of Fluxes -- 3. G-Structures -- 3.1. G2 Structures -- 3.2. SU(3) Structures -- 3.3. SU(2) Structures -- 4. BPS Constraints -- 4.1. G2 Structure -- 4.2. SU(3) Structure -- 4.3. SU(2) Structure -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Noncommutative Quantum Field Theory: Review and Its Latest Achievements M. Chaichian -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Noncommutative Gauge Groups. A No-go Theorem -- 2.1. Charge Quantization Problem in NC QED -- 2.2. A No-go Theorem -- 2.3. NC Standard Model. A Solution to the Charge Quantization Problem -- 3. Lamb Shift in NC QED. Bounds on -- 4. Noncommutative Quantum Field Theory and Spin-statistics Theorem -- 5. CPT Theorem in NC Field Theories -- 5.1. The CPT hnsformation of Local Elementary Fields -- 5.2. CPT Theorem for Local Fields -- 5.3. CPT Theorem for Noncommutative Fields -- 6. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Shadows of Quantum Black Holes N. Kaloper -- 1. Black Holes in AdS/CFT with a Cutoff: the Role of Tunneling -- 1.1. Resolving the Mystery of the Missing 3 + 1 Black Hole -- 2. Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Yukawa Quasi-Unification and Inflation G. Lazarides, C. Pallis -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The SUSY GUT Model -- 3. The Yukawa Quasi-Unification Condition -- 4. The resulting CMSSM
5. Cosmological and Phenomenological Constraints -- 6. The Allowed Parameter Space -- 7. The Inflationary Scenario -- 7.1. The Shifted Inflationary Path -- 7.2. Inflationary Observables -- 7.3. Supergravity Corrections -- 8. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Supersymmetric Grand Unification: The Quest for the Theory A . Melfo, G. Senjanovic -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Why grand unification and why supersymmetry ? -- 3. Supersymmetric SU(5) -- 4. Towards unification: Pati-Salam symmetry -- 5. SO(10) grand unified theory -- 5.1. The pure renormalixable supersymmetric SO(10) -- 5.2. Unification constraints -- 5.3. Proton decay -- 5.4. Leptogenesis -- 6. Summary and Outlook -- 7. Acknowledgements -- References -- Spin Foam Models of Quantum Gravity A . Mikovic -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Barret-Crane Model -- 3. New Directions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Riemann-Cartan Space-time in Stringy Geometry B. Sazdovic -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Affine Space-time -- 3. Induced and Extrinsic Geometry -- 3.1. Induced Metric Tensor and Induced Connection -- 3.2. Second Fundamental Form -- 3.3. Mean Extrinsic Curvature -- 4. C-duality -- 5. String Equations of Motion -- 6. Classification of the Space-times -- 6.1. Riemann and Riemann- Cartan Space-time -- 6.2. Stringy Space-time -- 7. String Propagation on the Group Manifold -- 8. The Geometry Induced from the Group Manifold -- 9. Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Can Black Hole Relax Unitarily? S. N. Solodukhin -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Relaxation in Black Hole: Quasi-normal Modes -- 3. Relaxation in CFT2 -- 3.1. Universality -- 3.2. Intermediate Regime: Free Fermions -- 3.3. Strongly Coupled CFT2 Dual to AdS3 -- 3.4. The Puzzle and Resolution -- 4. Black Hole Unitarity: Finite k -- 4.1. Fractal Brick Wall -- 4.2. Worm-hole Modification: BTZk -- Acknowledgments -- References
Deformed Coordinate Spaces Derivatives J. Wess -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Deformed Coordinate Spaces -- 3. Derivatives -- 4. Deformed Symmetry Algebra -- 5. Fields -- References -- II. Short Lectures -- Deformed Coherent State Solution to Multiparticle Stochastic Processes B. Aneva -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Coherent States of a q-Deformed Heisenberg Algebra -- 3. Squeezed States of a Deformed Oscillator Algebra -- 4. Deformed Squeezed and Coherent State Solution to the n-Species Diffusion Process -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Non-Commutative GUTs, Standard Model and C, P, T Properties from Seiberg-Witten Map P. Aschieri -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Seiberg-Witten Map and NC Particle Models -- 2.1. Noncommutative SO(10) -- 2.2. Noncommutative SU(5) -- 2.3. (GUT Inspired) Noncommutative Standard Model -- 2.4. Higgs Sectors -- 3. Hermiticity and Reality Properties of SW Map -- 3.1. Noncommutativity and Chirality -- 4. C, P, T Properties of SW Map and of NCYM Actions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Seesaw, Susy and SO(10) B. Bajc -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Seesaw -- 3. SO(10) -- 4. Type I Versus Type II Seesaw -- 5. SUSY -- 6. Further Developments -- Acknowledgments -- References -- On the Dynamics of BMN Operators of Finite Size and the Model of String Bits S. Bellucci, C. Sochichiu -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Fermionic Doubling -- 3. Almost supersymmetry -- 4. Fermion Doubling/Nondoubling in the BMN Correspondence -- 5. Doubling and Supersymmetry -- 6. Discussion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Divergencies in expanded Noncommutative SU( 2) Yang-Mills Theory M. Buric and V. Radovanovic -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Model -- 3. One-loop Effective Action -- 4. Divergencies -- 5. Discussion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Heterotic String Compactifications with Fluxes G. L. Cardoso, G. Curio, G. Dall'Agata and D. Lust -- 1. Introduction
2. Fluxes and Torsion -- References -- Symmetries and Supersymmetries of the Dirac-type operators on Euclidean Taub-NUT space I. I. Cotaescu, M. Visinescu -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Dirac Equation on a Curved Background -- 3. Dirac Operators of the Taub-NUT Space -- 4. Equivalent Representations -- 5. Discrete Transformations -- 6. Hidden Symmetries and the Fifth Dirac Operator -- 7. Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Real and p-Adic Aspects of Quantization of Tachyons G. S. Djordjevic, Lj. Nesic -- 1. Introduction -- 2. p-Adic Numbers and Related Analysis -- 3. Path Integral in Ordinary and p-Adic Quantum Mechanics -- 4. p-Adic Strings and Tachyons -- 5. Quantum Mechanical Analogue of Tachyon Matter -- 6. Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Skew-Symmetric Lax Polynomial Matrices and Integrable Rigid Body Systems V. Dragovic, B. Gajic -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Lagrange bitop -- 3. Properties of spectral curve -- 4. Geometry of the Prym variety II and Mumford's relation -- 5 . Conclusion -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Supersymmetric Quantum Field Theories D. R. Grigore -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Quantum Supersymmetric Theory -- 3. The Vector Multiplet -- 4. The New Vector Multiplet -- References -- Parastatistics Algebras and Combinatorics T. Popov -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Homogeneous Algebras -- 3. The Symmetric and the Linear Group -- 4. The Algebras + and + as GL(D)-modules -- 5 . The Plactic Algebra -- 6. Hecke Algebra and the Quantum Linear Group -- 7. Deformation of + and + and -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Noncommutative D-branes on Group Manifolds J . Pawelczyk, H. Steinacker -- 1. Introduction -- 2. CFT and the Classical Description of Untwisted D- branes -- 3. Quantum Algebras and Symmetries for Branes -- 4. Representations of M and Quantum D-branes -- 4.1. Position of D
4.2. The Space of Harmonics on D -- References -- High-Energy Bounds on the Scattering Amplitude in Noncommutative Quantum Field Theory A . Tureanu -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Jost-Lehmann-Dyson Representation -- 3. Analyticity of the Scattering Amplitude in cos Lehmann's Ellipse -- 3.1. Causality in NC QFT -- 4. Enlargement of the Domain of Analyticity in cos and Use of Unitarity. Martin's Ellipse -- 5. Conclusion and Discussions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Many Faces of D-branes: from Flat Space, via AdS to pp-waves M. Zamaklar -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Probe Brane Approach -- 2.1. From Flat Space to AdS -- 2.2. From AdS to pp-waves -- 3. The Supergravity Approach -- 4. The Algebraic Approach -- References -- Abstracts and Titles of Reports not Included in the Volume -- Perturbation of Spectra of Operator Matrices -- Boundary Liouville Theory and 2D Quantum Gravity -- Manifestation of TeV Gravity -- The Rational Topology of Gauge Groups and of Spaces of Connections -- String Theory and Matrix Models -- Strong Interactions and Stability in Quasi Localized Gravity -- Strings and Branes in Non-compact Backgrounds -- Two Dimensional Gravity and Liouville Field Theory -- Acknowledgements -- Sponsors -- Statement of intention -- Epilogue
This book contains invited lectures and shorter contributions to the workshop ‘Mathematical, Theoretical and Phenomenological Challenges Beyond the Standard Model: Perspectives of the Balkan Collaborations’ (BW2003), which was held in Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia, 29 August – 3 September. It was one of the first high-level HEP workshops in the South-East European region after many years, and the papers give a clear perspective on the scientific potential of this area. The contributions cover topics and problems under research in high-energy particle physics and quantum field theory, in particular: string theory and M-theory; grand unification; quantum gravity and cosmology; standard and noncommutative quantum field theory. Some papers concern more mathematical topics, such as the integrability topology of gauge groups and operator matrices. The contributors are leading international scientists, such as G Arutyunov, K Behrndt, G Cardoso, M Chaichian, G Lazarides, D Luest, N Kaloper, G Senjanovic, and J Wess, with an emphasis on researchers from South-East Europe, including B Bajc, A Mikovic and B Sazdovic. The proceedings have been selected for coverage in:. • Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings® (ISTP® / ISI Proceedings). • Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings (ISTP CDROM version / ISI Proceedings). • CC Proceedings — Engineering & Physical Sciences
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