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#### “Isochronic” dynamical systems and nullification of amplitudes

(North-Holland, 2003)

We construct the set of theories which share the property that the tree-level threshold amplitudes nullify even if both initial
and final states contain the same type of particles. The origin of this phenomenon lies in ...

#### Hidden Lorentz symmetry of the Hořava–Lifshitz gravity

(North-Holland, 2014)

In this Letter it is shown that the Hořava–Lifshitz gravity theory admits Lorentz symmetry preserving preferred global time foliation of the spacetime.

#### Induced gravity and gauge interactions revisited

(North-Holland, 2009)

It has been shown that the primary, old-fashioned idea of Sakharov's induced gravity and gauge interactions, in the “one-loop dominance” version, works astonishingly well yielding phenomenologically reasonable results. As ...

#### Scaling violation and the inelasticity of very high energy proton–proton interactions

(North-Holland, 2011)

The pseudorapidity measurements at LHC, although in the central region only, allows us to perform preliminary tests of the multiparticle production extrapolation formula inspired by the analysis of recent cosmic ray data. ...

#### Perturbative quantum damping of cosmological expansion

(North-Holland, 2014)

Perturbative quantum gravity in the framework of the Schwinger–Keldysh formalism is applied to compute lowest-order corrections to expansion of the Universe described in terms of the spatially flat Friedman–Lemaître–Robe ...

#### Modification of thin films induced by slow heavy ions analysed with PIXE and SRIM

(Springer, 2015-03-17)

In the present work the particle induced X-rays (PIXE) emitted during interaction of inert and active slow heavy (HI) ions with specially prepared thin films were measured. Kinematics of the interaction was simulated ...

#### Conformal Newton–Hooke symmetry of Pais–Uhlenbeck oscillator

(North-Holland, 2014)

It is demonstrated that the Pais–Uhlenbeck oscillator in arbitrary dimension enjoys the l -conformal Newton–Hooke symmetry provided frequencies of oscillation form the arithmetic sequence ωk=(2k−1)ω1, where k=1,…,n, and ...

#### Semientwining Structures and Their Applications

(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2012-10-31)

Semientwining structures are proposed as concepts simpler than entwining structures, yet they are shown to have interesting
applications in constructing intertwining operators and braided algebras, lifting functors, ...

#### On the triviality of higher-derivative theories

(North-Holland, 2012)

The higher-derivative theories with degenerate frequencies exhibit BRST symmetry [V.O. Rivelles, Phys. Lett. B 577 (2003) 147]. In the present Letter meaning of BRST-invariance condition is analyzed. The BRST symmetry is ...

#### Quantum gravity stability of isotropy in homogeneous cosmology

(North-Holland, 2011)

It has been shown that anisotropy of homogeneous spacetime described by the general Kasner metric can be damped by quantum fluctuations coming from perturbative quantum gravity in one-loop approximation. Also, a formal ...