Reconstruction of ttZ Events Using Kinematic Likelihood Fits at the

... The Standard Model is a quantum field theory to describe the fundamental particles and their interactions. It was developed in the second half of the 20th century and numerous experiments in the past decades have been consistent with its theoretical predictions with remarkable accuracy. On the contr ...

... The Standard Model is a quantum field theory to describe the fundamental particles and their interactions. It was developed in the second half of the 20th century and numerous experiments in the past decades have been consistent with its theoretical predictions with remarkable accuracy. On the contr ...

Classification of topological quantum matter with

... states give rise to a quantized transverse Hall conductivity. These edge states arise due to a nontrivial wave function topology, that can be measured in terms of a quantized topological invariant, i.e., the Chern or TKNN number (Kohmoto, 1985; Thouless et al., 1982). This invariant, which is propor ...

... states give rise to a quantized transverse Hall conductivity. These edge states arise due to a nontrivial wave function topology, that can be measured in terms of a quantized topological invariant, i.e., the Chern or TKNN number (Kohmoto, 1985; Thouless et al., 1982). This invariant, which is propor ...

The Concept of Collision Strength and Its Applications

... Collision strength, the measure of strength for a binary collision, hasn't been defined clearly. In practice, many physical arguments have been employed for the purpose and taken for granted. A scattering angle has been widely and intensively used as a measure of collision strength in plasma physics ...

... Collision strength, the measure of strength for a binary collision, hasn't been defined clearly. In practice, many physical arguments have been employed for the purpose and taken for granted. A scattering angle has been widely and intensively used as a measure of collision strength in plasma physics ...

Quantum Hall Effect and Electromechanics in Graphene

... nanostructures for applications like ultra low mass sensing, charge sensing and for the study of coupling between charge transport and mechanical motion. In order to better understand the potential of graphene based electrically actuated and detected resonators [9] and the challenges in realizing s ...

... nanostructures for applications like ultra low mass sensing, charge sensing and for the study of coupling between charge transport and mechanical motion. In order to better understand the potential of graphene based electrically actuated and detected resonators [9] and the challenges in realizing s ...

Quantum conditional probability - E

... probability in quantum theory, both at a mathematical and physically meaningful level. We defend that the probability defined by the Lüders rule, the only possible candidate to play such a role, cannot be interpreted as such. This claim holds whether quantum events are interpreted as projection oper ...

... probability in quantum theory, both at a mathematical and physically meaningful level. We defend that the probability defined by the Lüders rule, the only possible candidate to play such a role, cannot be interpreted as such. This claim holds whether quantum events are interpreted as projection oper ...

How to detect fluctuating stripes in the high-temperature superconductors E. Fradkin

... In Sec. III (and Appendix A), we consider a theoretically well-understood system, the one-dimensional electron gas (1DEG) in the presence of an impurity. We compute the local density of states, as would be measured in STM, and the dynamical structure factor, and show by this explicit example how the ...

... In Sec. III (and Appendix A), we consider a theoretically well-understood system, the one-dimensional electron gas (1DEG) in the presence of an impurity. We compute the local density of states, as would be measured in STM, and the dynamical structure factor, and show by this explicit example how the ...

Entanglement Theory and the Quantum

... spectral densities of quantum local Hamiltonians. We give convincing evidence that quantum computation is superior to classical in solving both problems by showing that they are hard for the class of problems efficiently solved by the one-clean-qubit model of quantum computation, which is believed t ...

... spectral densities of quantum local Hamiltonians. We give convincing evidence that quantum computation is superior to classical in solving both problems by showing that they are hard for the class of problems efficiently solved by the one-clean-qubit model of quantum computation, which is believed t ...