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The low velocity part of a kinetic equilibrium dark matter distribution has a higher phase space density and is more easily incorporated in the formation of a low mass galaxy than the high velocity part. For relativistically decoupling fermions (bosons), this explains one (two) orders of...
We consider the effect that gravity has when one tries to set up a constant background form field. We find that in analogy with the Melvin solution, where magnetic field lines self-gravitate to form a flux tube, the self-gravity of the form field creates fluxbranes. Several exact solutions are...
Brodbeck et al. have shown that the linearized time evolution equations of general relativity can be extended to a system whose solutions asymptotically approach solutions of the constraints. In this paper we extend the nonlinear equations in similar ways and investigate the effects of various...
We present an algorithm for calculating the complete data on an event horizon which constitute the necessary input for characteristic evolution of the exterior spacetime. We apply this algorithm to study the intrinsic and extrinsic geometry of a binary black hole event horizon, constructing a...
It has been shown that classical non-minimally coupled scalar fields can violate all of the standard energy conditions in general relativity. Violations of the null and averaged null energy conditions obtainable with such fields have been suggested as possible exotic matter candidates required...
Regarding the spin-up of Schwarzschild-Kerr and Bañados-Teitelboim-Zanelli systems as a symmetry breaking phase transition, critical exponents are evaluated and compared with classical Landau predictions. We suggest a definition of isothermal compressibity which is independent of spin direction....
Space gravitational wave detectors employing laser interferometry between free-flying spacecraft differ in many ways from their laboratory counterparts. Among these differences is the fact that, in space, the end masses will be moving relative to each other. This creates a problem by inducing a...
From the AdS / CFT correspondence, we learn that the classical evolution of supergravity in the bulk can be reduced to a renormalization group (RG-) flow equation for the dual low-energy, strongly coupled and large N gauge theory on the boundary. This result has been used to obtain interesting...
Strong or weak-coupling duality in Chern-Simons supergravity is studied. It is argued that this duality can be regarded as an example of superduality. The use of supergroup techniques for the description of Chern-Simons supergravity greatly facilitates the analysis.
Using N = 2 off-shell supergravity in five dimensions, we supersymmetrize the brane world scenario of Randall and Sundrum. We extend their construction to include supersymmetric matter at the fixed points.
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