ConfĂ©rences, Colloques, SĂ©minaires, Symposiums
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Path Integral Solution of a Singular Oscillator Potential
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Path Integral Solution of a Singular Oscillator Potential
Bekhouche, S; Bentag, B
By path integral formulation and delta functional technics we calculated the propagator of singular oscillator. We have foundthe discrete spectrum and the corresponding wave functions
20161215T00:00:00Z

The numerical study of the origin of the ultra high energy cosmic rays with CRPropa
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The numerical study of the origin of the ultra high energy cosmic rays with CRPropa
Bouchachi, D; Attallah, R
The origin of ultrahighenergy cosmic rays is one of the most enigmatic questions in modern physics. The study of a such highenergy particles is a new and active research area where scientists wish to find the stillunknown sources and acceleration mechanisms of these particles. This work aims to interpret some recent experimental results provided by the Pierre Auger Observatory concerning the energy spectrum of cosmic rays above 1017 eV. We used the publically available Monte Carlo code CRPropa to
simulate the propagation of ultrahighenergy cosmic rays in the universe, taking into account all relevant interactions, and also the influence of the galactic and extragalactic magnetic fields
20161215T00:00:00Z

On YangMills Matrix Models: Emergent Geometry
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On YangMills Matrix Models: Emergent Geometry
Ramda, K
One of the most fundamental questions we can ask about a given gauge theory is its phase diagram. We present Monte Carlo simulations, for a simple three matrix model that exhibits an exotic phase transition. we focus on determined the phase structure of the Bosonic d = 3 YangMills Matrix Models, study both theoretically and numerically a three matrix model. The model has a phase transition with two phase, one matrix phase and other geometrical (Fuzzy sphere)
20161215T00:00:00Z

Inflationary models and applications
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Inflationary models and applications
Djeha, K; Lakhal, B . Si
Study the cosmic microwave background: polarization and anisotropy.The inflationary model has been
proposed to address the shortcomings of the standard model of cosmology. This cosmological model offers both a solution to the horizon problem and the flatness problem. The idea of inflation states that just after the Big Bang, the observable universe has experienced a violent expansion phase that would allow it to grow a significant factor. The collected data of the European
satellite Planck reinforce the scenario of inflation. Launched in 2009, the satellite analyzed for 15
months the "cosmic microwave background: CMB". The analysis focused on the CMB temperature fluctuations. The theory of inflation also provides the
polarization of this radiation. The satellite Planck was designed to also measure the polarization parameter. It is proposed in this paper to study the cosmic microwave background radiation, the anisotropy of its temperature and its polarization
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