Neutrino Mass, Dark Matter, Gravitational Waves, Monopole Condensation, and Light Cone Quantization [E-Book] / edited by Behram N. Kursunoglu, Stephan L. Mintz, Arnold Perlmutter.
Kursunoglu, Behram N., (editor)
Mintz, Stephan L., (editor) / Perlmutter, Arnold, (editor)
Boston, MA : Springer, 1996
XX, 396 p. online resource.
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Table of Contents:
  • Section I — Prologue
  • Innermost Structure of Matter
  • Unbroken Non-Abelian Gauge Symmetry and Confinement
  • Section II — Progress on New and Old Ideas — A
  • R-parity-violating Yukawa Couplings
  • Grand Unified Theories from Superstrings
  • Searching for Dark Matter with the Future LHC Accelerator at CERN Using the CMS Detector
  • A Scale Invariant Superstring Theory with Dimensionless Coupling to Supersymmetric Gauge Theories
  • Superstring Solitons and Conformal Field Theory
  • Comments on Symmetry Breaking Terms in Quark Mass Matrices
  • Section III — Gravitational Waves
  • LIGO: An Overview
  • Cosmology and LIGO
  • Interferometry for Gravity Wave Detection
  • Section IV — Neutrino Masses
  • LSND Neutrino Oscillation Results
  • Theoretical Ideas about Neutrino Mass
  • A Bayesian Analysis of Solar Neutrino Data
  • Ultrahigh-Energy Neutrino Interactions and Neutrino Telescope Event Rates
  • Section V — Dirac’s Legacy: Light-Cone Quantization
  • Dirac’s Legacy: Light-Cone Quantization
  • Light-Cone Quantization and Hadron Structure
  • Discretized Light-Cone Quantization
  • Possible Mechanism for Vacuum Degeneracy in YM2 In DLCQ
  • The Vacuum in Light-Cone Field Theory
  • The Transverse Lattice in 2+1 Dimensions
  • Section VI — The Matter of Dark Matter
  • SUSY Dark Matter with Universal and Non-Universal Soft Breaking Masses
  • Search for SUSY in the DØ Experiment
  • Formulation of a Photosphere around Microscopic Black Holes
  • A Supersymmetric Model for Mixed Dark Matter
  • Light Photinos and Supersymmetric Dark Matter
  • Section VII — Progress on New and Old Ideas — B
  • Non-Universality and Post-GUT Physics in Supergravity Unification
  • Pade Approximants, Borel Transform and Renormalons: The Bjorken Sum Rule as a Case Study
  • Hadron Supersymmetry and Relations between Meson and Baryon Masses
  • Constraining the QCD Coupling from the Superstring Hidden Sector
  • Weak Interactions with Electron Machines: A Survey of Possible Processes
  • Section VIII — Exactly Soluble Quantum Models
  • Matrix Elements of Local Fields in Integrable QFT
  • Boundary S Matrix for the Boundary Sine-Gordon Model from Fractional-Spin Integrals of Motion
  • Section IX — Epilogue
  • Sonoluminescence and the Heimlich Effect
  • Boundary Conditions for Schwinger-Dyson Equations and Vacuum Selection
  • Numerical Quantum Field Theory Using the Source Galerkin Method.