New Era For Cp Asymmetries Axions And Rare Decays Of Hadrons And Leptons

This book is dedicated to Lev Okun, who passed away in November 2015. He was a true pioneer in probing fundamental dynamics.The book has two objectives.

Author: Ikaros I Bigi

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9813233095

Category: Science

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This book is dedicated to Lev Okun, who passed away in November 2015. He was a true pioneer in probing fundamental dynamics.The book has two objectives. First is to showcase Okun's impact for decades since 1963, when he published his remarkable book Weak Interaction of Elementary Particles. Second is to present the current progress of our scientific community in the studies of our Universe. New directions and possible future developments are discussed, often using the past as a guide. The authors mostly focus on CP asymmetries in the transitions of hadrons and leptons, but they also discuss their rare decays, and talk about axions and supersymmetry, and possible connections with dark matter, extra dimensions, baryogenesis and multiverse.This book is suitable for readers who know quantum mechanics and quantum field theories in general.

Introduction to high energy physics particle physics for the beginner

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Artificial Intelligence For High Energy Physics

... Claude Guyot, Andreas Hoecker and Lydia Roos foreword by Carlo Rubbia, Nobel laureate in Physics 1984 ISBN: 978-981-3236-08-0 ISBN: 978-981-3237-11-7 (pbk) New Era for CP Asymmetries: Axions and Rare Decays of Hadrons and Leptons by ...

Author: Paolo Calafiura

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9811234043

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The Higgs boson discovery at the Large Hadron Collider in 2012 relied on boosted decision trees. Since then, high energy physics (HEP) has applied modern machine learning (ML) techniques to all stages of the data analysis pipeline, from raw data processing to statistical analysis. The unique requirements of HEP data analysis, the availability of high-quality simulators, the complexity of the data structures (which rarely are image-like), the control of uncertainties expected from scientific measurements, and the exabyte-scale datasets require the development of HEP-specific ML techniques. While these developments proceed at full speed along many paths, the nineteen reviews in this book offer a self-contained, pedagogical introduction to ML models' real-life applications in HEP, written by some of the foremost experts in their area.