paul frampton List of Papers [501 items]

1.Chirality Commutator and Vector Mesons.
Nuov. Cim. 48A, 703-708 (1967)

2.Superconvergence Sum Rules in pi-rho Scattering
(with J. C. Taylor)
Nuov. Cim. 49A, 152-156 (1967)

3.Superconvergence in pi-N* Elastic Scattering.
Nucl. Phys. B2, 518-524 (1967)

4.Factorization, Kinematic Factors of the Regge Residue Function, and Conspiracy.
Nucl. Phys. B7, 507-526 (1968)

5.Crossing Symmetric Regge Model and Isovector Meson Decays.
Phys. Rev. 180, 1392-1394 (1969)

6.Dispersion Sum Rules for the Baryon Spectrum in an O(3, 1) Dynamical Group Model.
(with B. Hamprecht)
Phys. Lett. 28B, 664-667 (1969)

7.Dispersion Sum Rules for the Non-Strange Baryon Spectrum.
(with B. Hamprecht)
Phys. Rev. 183, 1416-1424 (1969)

8.Asymptotic Behavior of Partial Widths in the Veneziano Model of Scattering Amplitudes
(with Y. Nambu)
in Quanta, Festschrift for G. Wentzel, Eds: P. G. O. Freund, C. J. Goebel and Y. Nambu.
Univ. Chicago Press (1970) pp. 403-414

9.SU(3) Selection Rule from the Veneziano Model.
(with C. Michael)
Nuov. Cim. Lett. 2, 81-83 (1969)

10.Regge Trajectories and Nucleon Structure.
Phys. Rev. 186, 1419-1421 (1969)

11.Generalized Vector Dominance Theory and Vertex Functions.
Phys. Rev. D1, 3141-3151 (1970)

12.Form Factor Models and Chiral Symmetry.
Nuov. Cim. Lett. 3, 229-234 (1970)

13.Factorization of Satellite Terms in the N Particle Dual Amplitude.
Phys. Lett. 32B, 195-198 (1970)

14.Factorization of Satellite Terms in the N Particle Dual Amplitude II- The Single Planar Dual Loop.
(with R. J. Rivers)
Phys. Rev. D2, 691-694 (1970)

15.Conditions for Regge Behavior of an Absolutely Convergent Veneziano Series.
(with C. W. Gardiner)
Phys. Rev. D2, 2378-2388 (1970)

16.No-Go Theorem for Dual Models.
(with A. P. Balachandran and L. N. Chang)
Nuov. Cim. 1A, 545-552 (1971)

17.Quark Focusing at Hadronic Vertices.
(with P. G. O. Freund)
Nucl. Phys. B24, 453-464 (1970)

18.Hadrodynamics and Quark Structure.
(with S. Ellis, P. G. O. Freund, and D. Gordon)
Nucl. Phys. B24, 465-489 (1970)

19.Hyperon Beta Decay.
(with W. -K. Tung)
Phys. Rev. D3, 1114-1121 (1971)

20.Perturbative Unitarity of Dual Loops.
(with P. Goddard and D. A. Wray)
Nuov. Cim. 3A, 755-762 (1971)

21.No-Go Theorem for Dual Models, Addendum.
Nuov. Cim. 3A, 763-765 (1971)

22.Duality and Inclusive Phenomenology.
(with J. Ellis, J. Finkelstein, and M. Jacob)
Phys. Lett. 35B, 227-230 (1971)

23.Dipion Photoproduction.
In International Conference on Meson Resonances and Related Phenomena,
Eds. R. H. Dalitz and A. Zichichi.
Editrice Compositori, Bologna ITALY (1972) 543-555.

24.Why is (rho)’ Photoproduction Suppressed?
(with K. Schilling and C. Schmid)
Phys. Lett. 36B, 591-592 (1971)

25.Relative Importance of Dual Loops.
Phys. Lett. 36B, 591-592 (1971)

26.Phenomenological Duality for Pomeron-Proton Scattering.
(with P. V. Ruuskanen)
Phys. Lett. 38B, 78-80 (1972)

27.Duality and The Deck Effect.
(with N. Tornquist)
Nuov. Cim. Lett. 4, 233-236 (1972)

28.Dual Model Spectrum Analysis, Using Virasoro-Algebra Representations.
(with H. B. Nielsen)
Nucl. Phys. B45, 318-332 (1972)

29.O(n) Relations For Coupling Constants and Space-Time Dimensions In Dual Models.
Phys. Lett. 41B, 364-370 (1972)

30.Duality and Single Particle Inclusive Spectra Involving Baryons.
Nuov. Cim. Lett. 6, 58-62 (1973)

31.A Study of the Hilbert Space Properties of the Veneziano Model Operator Formalism.
(with L. Brink and H. B. Nielsen)
J. Math. Phys. 15, 1599-1605 (1974)

32.Symmetric Group and Meson Born Amplitudes.
Phys. Rev. D7, 3077-3091 (1973)

33.Regge Slope Expansion of Meson Born Amplitudes.
(with K. C. Wali)
Phys. Rev. D8, 1879-1886 (1973)

34.Recent Developments in Dual Models.
in International School of Subnuclear Physics, 11th. Course.
Ettore Majorana Centre,
Laws of Hadronic Matter. Edited by A. Zichichi.
Academic Press (1975) p. 112-136.

35.Possible Born Amplitude for Pions.
Nuov. Cim. Lett. 8, 525-530 (1973)

36.Symmetric Group Construction of a New Multiparticle Amplitude for Physical Pions.
Phys. Rev. D9, 487-497 (1974)

37.Factorization Properties of Multipion Amplitude.
Phys. Rev. D9, 2861-2864 (1974)

38.Dual Resonance Models. (BOOK)
Addison-Wesley/ Benjamin (1974)
Frontiers in Physics. pages i-xxiii and 1-451.

39.An Investigation of Four-Meson Symmetric Group Dual Models. (with K. Geer)
Phys. Rev. D10, 1284-1288 (1974)

40.Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking and Regge Intercepts.
(with R. Cahalan)
Phys. Lett. 50B, 475-478 (1974)

41.Lectures on Dual Resonance Models. Part Six: Symmetric Group.
Syracuse University Report SU-4205-30, COO-3533-30.
January 1974. 57 pages.

42.Evidence for Critical Space-Time Dimensionality Equals Four in Symmetric Group Model.
Phys. Rev. D11, 953-955 (1975)

43.Predictions of Quark and Dual Approaches to Meson Classification.
Phys, Rev Lett. 34, 840-842 (1975)

44.N(bar)-N into 3(pi) Amplitudes and the Symmetric Group Dual Resonance Model.
(with A. Nandy and T. Kalogeropoulos)
Phys. Rev D11, 1040-1042 (1975)

45.String Approaches to Hadron Structure.
Phys. Rev D12, 538-545 (1975)

46.Consequences of Direct (Psi)-Lepton Coupling.
(with V. Rabl)
Nuov. Cim. Lett. 13, 293-296 (1975)

47.Meson Mass Formula from Duality.
Phys. Rev. D12, 2164-2165 (1975)

48.Dual Models and Strings.
EPS Conference on High Energy Physics, Ed. A. Zichichi,
Editrice Compositore (1976) pp. 1250-1272

49.Dual Resonance Model Incorporating Two Different Parent Regge Trajectories In The Same Channel
(with V. Rabl)
Phys. Rev. D12, 3214-3220 (1975)

50.Model of Leptons Incorporating the New Spin 1 Particles as Gauge Bosons.
Syracuse University Report SU-4206-51, COO-3533-51.
April 1975. 10 pages.

51.Renormalizable Model of Leptons with New Particles as Neutral Gauge Bosons.
Syracuse University Report SU-4206-52, COO-3533-52.
April 1975. 19 pages.

52.Relationship Between Gauge Field Theories and Dual Resonance Models.
in International School on Subnuclear Physics, 13th. Course
Ettore Majorana Centre,
New Phenomena in Subnuclear Physics. Ed. A. Zichichi,
Plenum Press (1977) pp. 493-532.

53.On the Multi-Regge Behavior of a Certain Class of Dual Resonance Models.
(with D. Knight)
Nuov. Cim. Lett. 15, 125-128 (1976)

54.Uniqueness of S-Wave Non-Abelian Magnetic Monopole.
Phys. Rev. D14, 528-530 (1976)

55.Parton Model Derivation of Generalized Scaling Variable.
Nuov. Cim. Lett. 17, 499-500 (1976)

56.Vacuum Instability and Higgs Scalar Mass.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 37, 1378-1380 (1976)

57.Weak Neutral Current and Decay of Positronium.
(with E.S. Abers)
UCLA Report ACLA/76/TEP/5.
April 1976. 7 pages.

58.Charm and Strange Particle Production in Electron-Positron Annihilation.
UCLA Report UCLA/76/TEP/9.June 1976. 10 pages.

59.Consequences of Vacuum Instabiltity in Quantum Field Theory.
UCLA Report UCLA/76/TEP/15.August 1976. 104 pages.

60.‘t Hooft Monopoles and Singular Gauge Transformations.
UCLA Report UCLA/76/TEP/12.July 1976. 9 pages.

61.Consequences of Vacuum Instability in Quantum Field Theory.
Phys. Rev. D15, 2922-2928 (1977)

62.Model for Scaling Violation
(with J. J. Sakurai)
Phys. Rev. D16, 572-574 (1977)

63.Vacuum Bubble Instantons,
in Significance of Nonlinearity in the Natural Sciences,
Editors: B. Kursonoglu, A. Perlmutter, and L. F. Scott,
Plenum Press (1977) pages 57-65.

64.Lecture on Gauge Field Theories. Part Two. Quantization.
UCLA Report UCLA/77/TEP/21.
December 1977. 64 pages.

65.Yang-Mills Vacua in Landau Gauge.
(with T. Hagiwara, W. F. Palmer, and S. S. Pinsky)
Phys. Lett. 76B, 455-457 (1978)

66.Concerning Gribov Copies in Nonabelian Gauge Theory.
(with W.F. Palmer and S.S. Pinsky)
Ohio State University Report COO-1545-229-mc (microfiche).
May 1978. 11 pages.

67.Lectures on Gauge Field Theories. Part Three. Renormalization.
Ohio State University Report COO-1545-245.
November 1978. 106 pages.

68.New Anomaly in Axial Vector Ward Identity.
Ohio State University Report COO-1545-248-mc (microfiche).
December 1978. 13 pages.

69.Higgs Scalar in Heavy Vector Meson Decays.
(with W. W. Wada)
Phys. Rev. D19, 271-273 (1979)

70.Scale Invariance and Solitons.
(with L. Tyburski)
Nuov. Cim. Lett. 25, 13-16 (1979)

71.Conditions for Renormalizability of Quantum Flavor Dynamics.
Phys. Rev. D20, 3372-3377 (1979)

72.Anomalies, Unitarity, and Renormalization.
In High Energy Physics in the Einstein Centennial Year,
Editors: F. Krausz, A. Perlmutter, and L. F. Scott,
Plenum Press (1979) pages 133-137.

73.Estimate of Flavor Number From SU(5) Grand Unification.
(with S. Nandi and J. J. G. Scanio)
Phys. Lett. 85B, 225-228 (1979)

74.SU(N) Grand Unification with Several Quark-Lepton Generations.
Phys. Lett. 88B, 299-301 (1979)

75.Gauge Ambiguities, Zero Modes, and Classification of Field Size.
(with T. Hagiwara)
Phys. Lett. 86B, 337-339 (1979)

76.SU(9) Grand Unification of Flavor with Three Generations.
(with S. Nandi)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 43, 1460-1462 (1979)

77.Reply to “Noncontribution of n=4 Axial Vector Anomaly”
Phys. Rev. D21, 1704 (1980)

78.Reply to “Comment on a Proposed New Anomaly”.
Phys. Rev. D21, 1709 (1980)

79.No-Go Theorem for SU(N) Unification of Extra-Strong Interactions.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 43, 1912-1914 (1979)

80.Unification of Flavor.
Phys. Lett. 89B, 352-354 (1980)

81.Masses of Quarks in Grand Unification
(with K. Kang)
Had. J. 3, 814-823 (1980)

82.Unstable Heavy Particles.
(with S. L. Glashow)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 44, 1481-1483 (1980)

83.First Workshop on Grand Unification.
Editor with S. L. Glashow and A. Yildiz,
Math Sci Press, Brookline (1980)

84.The Limits on Unstable Heavy Particles.
In First Workshop on Grand Unification, Editors: P. H. Frampton, S. L. Glashow and A. Yildiz,
Math Sci Press, Brookline (1980) pages 33-37.

85.Connection Between Quark-Lepton Mass Ratios in SU(5) and Renormalization.
(with M. D. Scadron)
Harvard University Report HUTP-80/A015.
June 1980. 7 pages.

86.Family Unification in SO(8) Supergravity.
Harvard University Report HUTP-80/A050.
July 1980. 8 pages.

87.Mass Relations Between Quarks and Leptons in Grand Unification.
(with M. Goldhaber and K. Kang)
Brookhaven Lab. Report BNL-26459.
January 1980. 11 pages.

88.Is Flavor Proliferation Explicable by Supergravity?
In High Energy Physics-1980 ( XX Int. Conf . , Madison, WI)
Editors:L. Durand and L. G. Pondrom,
American Institute of Physics (1981) page 970.

89.Grand Unification in N=8 Extended Supergravity.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 46, 881-883 (1981)

90.Tests of SU(7) Unification
(with P. H. Cox and A. Yildiz)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 46, 1051-1053 (1981)

91.Natural Axion Invisibility and SU(N) Flavor Unification.
(with S. P. De Alwis)
Phys. Rev. D24, 3345-3347 (1981)

92.Massive Neutrinos.
(with P. Vogel)
Phys. Reports 82, 339-357 (1982)

93.Simultaneous Solution of Strong CP and Flavor Problems.
Phys. Rev. D25, 294-296 (1982)

94.Exceptionally Simple E(6) Theory.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. D25, 1459-1461 (1982)

95.Time-Averaged Neutrino Oscillations.
(with S. L. Glashow)
Phys. Rev. D25, 1982-1984 (1982)

96.Massive Neutrinos in E(6) Unified Theory with Harmless Axion.
(with T. W. Kephart, Y. J. Ng, and H. Van Dam)
Phys. Lett. 112B, 50-52 (1982)

97.Dynkin Weights and Global Supersymmetry in Grand Unification.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 48, 1237-1241 (1982)

98.Supersymmetric Family Unification.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Nucl. Phys. B211, 239-268 (1983)

99.Fractionally Charged Particles as Evidence for Supersymmetry.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 49, 1310-1313 (1982)

100.Third Workshop on Grand Unification(BOOK).
Editor with S. L. Glashow and H. Van Dam,
Birkhauser (1982) pages i-ix and 1-374.

101.Gauge Symmetry Breaking Which Preserves Supersymmetry.
In Third Workshop on Grand Unification [see 100] Pages 22-29

102.A Useful Formula for Witten’s Mass Heirarchy
(with H. Georgi and J. E. Kim)
Phys. Lett. 116B, 346-348 (1982)

103.Automatic Invisible Axion Without Domain Walls.
(with S. Dimopoulos, H. Georgi, and M. B. Wise)
Phys. Lett. 117B, 185-188 (1982)

104.Lectures on Gauge Field Theories. Part Five. Renormalization Group.
UNC-Chapel Hill Report IFP-176-UNC.
1982. 71 pages.

105.Higher Anomalies and Fermion Families.
(with T.W. Kephart)
UNC-Chapel Hill Report IFP-184-UNC.
September 1982. 8 pages.

106.Towards a Realistic Gauge Hierarchy
(with J. E. Kim)
Phys. Lett. 117B, 349-352 (1983)

107.N=8 Supergravity and Kaluza-Klein Axial Anomalies.
Phys. Lett. 122B, 351-354 (1983)

108.Invisible Axions in Supersymmetric SU(N)
(with T. Matsuki and W. W. Wada)
Phys. Rev. D27, 2204-2210 (1983)

109.Automaticity, Axion Invisibility, and Cosmological Baryogenesis.
(with G. B. Lipton)
Nucl. Phys. B219, 41-60 (1983)

110.Anomalies and Fermion Masses in D Dimensions.
(with J. Preskill and H. Van Dam)
Phys. Lett. 124B, 209-211 (1983)

111.Explicit Evaluation of Anomalies in Higher Dimensions.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 50, 1343-1346 (1983)

112.Consistency Conditions for Kaluza-Klein Axial Anomalies.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 50, 1347-1349 (1983)

113.Analysis of Anomalies in Higher Space-Time Dimensions.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. D28, 1010-1023 (1983)

114.Cancelling the Hexagon Anomaly.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Lett. 131B, 80-82 (1983)

115.Staying Alive with SU(5).
(with S. L. Glashow)
Phys. Lett. 131B, 340-342 (1983) . Erratum 135B, 515(1984)

116.Supersymmetric Subconstituents and the Problem of Mass.
(with G. Mandelbaum)
Phys. Lett. 133B, 311-314 (1983)

117.Analysis of Anomalies in Higher Spacetime Dimensions: Addendum.
(with T.W. Kephart)
UT-Austin Report UTTG-9-83-Add. UNC-Chapel Hill Report IFP-210-UNC. Purdue University Report PURD-TH-83-17-Add.
September 1983. 10 pages.

118.Age and Flatness of Inflationary Universe with Cosmological Constant.
(with G.B. Lipton)
UNC-Chapel Hill Report IFP-203-UNC.
July 1983. 8 pages.

119.Anomalies of Gravity-Coupled SU(N) Yang-Mills Theory.
Phys. Lett. 140B, 313-316 (1984)

120.Unitary Flavor Unification Through Higher Dimensions.
(with K. Yamamoto)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 52, 2016-2018 (1984)

121.Results on Stability of Instanton-Induced Compactification in Eight Dimensions.
(with P. Moxhay and K. Yamamoto)
Phys. Lett. 144B, 354-356 (1984)

122.Left-Right Asymmetry fron the Eight-Sphere.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 53, 867-870 (1984)

123.Fifth Workshop on Grand Unification(BOOK).
Editor with H. Fried and K. Kang,
World Scientific (1984) pages i-xiii and 1-538.

124.Chiral Fermions in Kaluza-Klein Theories,
in Fifth Workshop on Grand Unification [see 123] pages 494-507.

125.Lecture on Gauge Field Theories. Chapter Seven. Grand Unification.
UNC-Chapel Hill Report IFP-238-UNC.
December 1984. 68 pages.

126.Spontaneous Compactification and Chiral Fermions
(with K. Yamamoto)
Nucl. Phys. 254B, 349-366 (1985)

127.Chiral Fermions from Compactification of O(32) and E(8)XE(8) String Theories
(with H. Van Dam and K. Yamamoto)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 54, 1114-1117 (1985)

128.Systematics of Quark Mass Matrices in the Standard Electroweak Model.
(with C. Jarlskog)
Phys. Lett. 154B, 421-424 (1985)

129.Weak Anomaly Cancellation in Even Dimensions.
(with K. Yamamoto)
Phys. Lett. 156B, 345-347 (1985)

130.The Chiral Anomaly in Conformal and Ordinary Simple Supergravity in Fujikawa’s Approach.
(with D. R. T. Jones, P. Van Nieuwenhuizen, and S. C. Zhang)
in Third Seminar on Quantum Gravity,
Editors: M. A. Markov , V. A. Berezin and V. P. Frolov)
World Scientific (1985) pages 393-409.

131.Superstring Phenomenology.
In Symposium on Anomalies, Geometry, and Topology,
Editors:W. A. Bardeen and A. R. White, World Scientific (1985) pages 413-414.

132.Chiral Fermions in String Theories.
In Sixth Workshop on Grand Unification,
Editors:S. Rudaz and T. Walsh, World Scientific (1986) pages 120-136.

133.Kaluza-Klein and Superstring Theories.
In Superstrings, Supergravity, and Unified Theories,
Editors:G. Furlan, R. Jengo, J. C. Pati, D. W. Sciama, and Q. Shafi,
World Scientific (1986) pages 182-229.

134.Gauge Field Theories.(BOOK).
Frontiers In Physics (1986) pages i-xx and 1-584.

135.One-Loop Finiteness in O(32) Open Superstring Theory.
(with Y. J. Ng and P. Moxhay)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 55, 2107-2110 (1985)

136.Lectures on Gauge Field Theories.
Chapter Six. Quantum Chromodynamics.
UNC-Chapel Hill Report IFP-257-UNC.
1985. 75 pages.

137.Dual Resonance Models and Superstrings.(BOOK).
[contains reprints of 38 and 111 above]
World Scientific (1986) pages i-xvi and 1-538.

138.Infinity Cancellation for O(32) Open Strings.
In Oregon Meeting, Editor:R. W. Hwa, World Scientific (1986) pages 797-804.

139.Introduction to Superstrings.
In Lewes String Theory Workshop,
Editors:L. Clavelli and A. Halprin,
World Scientific (1986) pages 21-68.

140.Modular Invariance in Closed Superstrings.
(with K. Kikuchi and Y. J. Ng)
Phys. Lett. 174B, 262-266 (1986)

141.Limitations of Heterotic Superstring Phenomenology.
(with H. W. Braden, T. W. Kephart, and A. K. Kshirsagar)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 56, 2668-2671 (1986)

142.Regularization of Open Superstring from Orientable Closed Surface.
(with A. K. Kshirsagar and Y. J. Ng)
Phys. Rev. D34, 2532-2534 (1986)

143.Explicit Evaluation of Pentagon Diagram for Open Superstring.
(with P. Moxhay and Y. J. Ng)
Nucl. Phys. B276, 599-616 (1986)

144.Worldsheet Supersymmetry.
(with H. W. Braden)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 57, 2112-2114 (1986)

145.Topics in Superstring Theory.
In Superstrings, Unified Theories, and Cosmology,
Editors:G. Furlan, R. Jengo, J. Pati, D. Sciama, E. Sezgin, and Q. Shafi,
World Scientific (1987) pages 167-175.

146.Naturalness of Discrete Symmetries in Superstrings.
(with A. K. Kshirsagar)
Phys. Lett. 188B, 321-323 (1987)

147.Chiral Color: An Alternative to the Standard Model.
(with S. L. Glashow)
Phys. Lett. 190B, 157-161 (1987)

148.Unifiable Chiral Color with Natural GIM Mechanism.
(with S. L. Glashow)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 58, 2168-2170 (1987)

149.Two-Loop Chiral Anomalies in Open Superstrings.
(with T. W. Kephart and T. C. Yuan)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 59, 1802-1804 (1987)

150.Superstring Anomalies.
In Superstrings, Editors: P. G. O. Freund, and K. T. Mahanthappa,
Plenum Publishing (1988) pages 243-249.

151.The P-Adic String N-Point Function.
(with Y. Okada)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 60, 484-486 (1988)

152.Lower Limit on the Axigluon Mass from Upsilon Decay.
(with F. Cuypers)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 60, 1237-1238 (1988)

153.Effective Scalar Field Theory of P-Adic String.
(with Y. Okada)
Phys. Rev. D37, 3077-3079 (1988)

154.Four-Dimensional Parafermionic String.
(with M. Ubriaco)
Phys. Rev. D38 1341-1343 (1988)

155.The P-Adic Approach to String Theory.
In Ninth Workshop on Grand Unification, Editor: R. Barloutaud,
World Scientific (1988) pages 360-372.

156.On Adelic Formulas for P-Adic Strings.
(with Y. Okada and M. R. Ubriaco)
Phys. Lett. 213B, 260-262 (1988)

157.New P-Adic Strings from Old Dual Models.
(with Y. Okada and M. R. Ubriaco)
Phys. Rev. D39, 1152-1157 (1989)

158.P-Adic Number Fields and String Tree Amplitudes.
In Problems On High Energy Physics and Field Theory,
Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Editor: V. A. Petrov,
Moscow Nauka (1989) pages 49-61.

159.Theory of P-Adic Closed Strings.
(with H. Nishino)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 62, 1960-1963 (1989)

160.Analysis of Bound States of Charged Fermion and Abelian Dyon.
(with Y. C. Qi and J. Z. Zhang)
Phys. Rev. D40, 3533-3536 (1989)

161.Lower Bound on Axigluon Mass from Electron-Positron Annihilation.
(with F. Cuypers)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 63, 125-127 (1989)

162.P-Adic Superstrings and P-Adic Quantum Cosmology.
Editors: R.Arnowitt, R.Bryan, M.J.Duff, D. Nanopoulos, and C.N.Pope,
World Scientific (1990) pages 13 -20.

163.Last Workshop on Grand Unification.(BOOK).
Editor, World Scientific (1989) pages i-xi and 1-362.

164.Chiral Color Extension of the Standard Model.
In Last Workshop on Grand Uniication [see 163] pages 155-163.

165.SU(3) X SU(3) Chiral Theory, Solution of Strong CP and Wormholes.
(with J.-Z. Zhang).
UNC-Chapel Hill Report IFP-355-UNC.
June 1989. 11 pages.

166.Primary Quantization: Creation of Nothing from the Void.
(with I. Volovich)
UNC-Chapel Hill Report IFP-347-UNC.
March 1989. 15 pages.

167.The Giovanelli-Haynes Protogalaxy and Dark Matter Candidates.
(with T. Piran).
UNC-Chapel Hill Report IFP-363-UNC. Hebrew University Report HEBREW-10.
September 1989. 5 pages.

168.SU(15) Grand Unification.
(with B. H. Lee)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 64, 619-621 (1990)

169.Non-Archimedean Geometry and Applications to Particle Theory.
In Differential Geometric Methods in Physics,
Editors : L. L. Chau and W. Nahm,
Plenum Press (1990) pages 399-408.

170.Status of P-Adic Strings
In Superstrings and Particle Theory,
Editors: L.Clavelli and B.Harms,
World Scientific (1990) pages 238-250

171.Stability Analysis of P-Adic String Solitons.
(with H. Nishino)
Phys, Lett, 242B, 354-356 (1990)

172.Cosmogenesis and Primary Quantization.
(with I. Volovich)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A5, 1825-1832 (1990)

173.Families in Confining Theory of Quarks, Sarks and Leptons.
(with Y. J. Ng)
Phys. Rev. D42, 3242-3245 (1990)

174Classical P-Adic Spacetime.
(with B. Dragovic and B. V. Urosevic)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A5, 1521-1528 (1990)

175.Three Families in Confining Theory of Quarks, Sarks and Leptons.
In PASCOS-90, Editors: P. Nath and S. Reucroft,
World Scientific (1991) pages 327-332.

176.Higgs Sector and Proton Decay in SU(15) Grand Unification.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. D42, 3892-3894 (1990)

177.Natural Strong CP Conservation in Flipped Physics.
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 820-822 (1990)

178.Strong-Coupled Sark Model.
In 1990 International Workshop on Strong Coupling Gauge Theories and Beyond,
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247.How to Define the Minimal Supersymmetric Aspon Model.
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257.Model Building.
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259.Longevity and Highest-Energy Cosmic Rays.
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273.Neutrino Masses in R Parity Violating Supersymmetry.
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275.Position of First Doppler Peak.
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276.Is the Cosmological Constant Non-Zero?
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279.Conformal Approach to Particle Phenomenology.
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280.Mersenne Primes. Polygonal Anomalies and String Theory Classification.
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281.Conformality and Gauge Coupling Unification.
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282.Can the Zee Ansatz for Neutrino Masses be Correct?
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283.Conformality from Field-String Duality on Abelian Orbifolds.
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285.Conformality and Brodsky.
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286.Nonabelian Discrete Symmetries, Fermion Mass Textures and Large Neutrino Mixing.
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287.Chiral Fermions and AdS/CFT Duality for a Nonabelian Manifold.
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290.Conformality, Particle Phenomenology and the Cosmological Constant.
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291.Seeking Gauge Bileptons in Linear Colliders.
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292.Quintessence and CMB.
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293.Minimal Model for Neutrino Masses and Mixings.
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294.Economic Model for Neutrino Masses and Mixings.
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297.CMB with Quintessence: Analytic Approach and CMBFAST.
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298.Finite N AdS/CFT Correspondence for Abelian and Nonabelian Orbifolds,
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299.Classification of Conformality Models Based on Nonabelian Orbifolds.
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300.Quintessence and Cosmic Microwave Background.
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303.Prediction of Sine Squared Theta in the Conformal Approach to Coupling Unification.
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307.PASCOS 2001.(BOOK)
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308.Modified Dispersion Relations from Closed Strings in Toroidal Cosmology.
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309.Zee Model Confronts SNO Data.
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310.Non-Associative Loops for Holger Bech Nielsen.
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311.Zeroes of the Neutrino Mass Matrix.
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312.Dark Energy from Strings.
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313.Sufficiently Small $\bar{\theta}$ in $SU(3)^3 \times S_3$ Unification Model.
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314.Majorana Mass Zeroes from Triplet VEV without Majoron Problem.
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315.Perturbative Inaccessibility of Conformal Fixed Points in Nonsupersymmetric Quiver Theories.
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320.Connecting Link Between Leptogenesis and Oscillations.
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321.The Fate of Dark Energy.
(with T. Takahashi)
Phys. Lett. B557, 135-138 (2003).astro-ph/0211544.

322.Stability Issues for Dark Energy.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A19, 801-806 (2004).

323.Quiver Gauge Theory and Unification at About 4 TeV.
Proceedings of SCGT02 in Nagoya, Japan. December 2002.
Editors: M. Harada, Y. Kikukawa and K. Yamawaki.
World Scientific Publishing.(2003). pages 250-265.

324.Robustness and Predictivity of 4 TeV Unification.
(with R.M. Rohm and T. Takahashi)
Phys. Lett. B570, 67 (2003).

325.AdS/CFT Correspondence and QCD with Quarks in Fundamental Representations.
Phys. Lett. B567, 265-267 (2003).

326.Cosmic Degeneracy with Dark Energy Equation of State.
(with J.L. Crooks, J.O. Dunn, H.R. Norton and T. Takahashi)
Astropart. Phys. 20, 361-367 (2003)

327.Grand Unification at About 4 TeV.
Proceedings of SUGRA20. Editor: P. Nath.
Rinton Press (2004). pages 407-417.

328.MSSM from AdS/CFT.
(with T.W. Kephart)
Phys. Lett. B585, 24-28 (2004).

329.Consistency Conditions for AdS/CFT Embeddings.
(with T.W. Kephart)
Int. J. Mod Phys. A19, 593-598 (2004).

330.Dark Energy Present and Future.
In Neutrinos, Flavor Physics and Precision Cosmology.
Proceedings of Fourth Tropical Workshop in Cairns, Australia.
Editors: J.F. Nieves and R.R. Volkas.
AIP Conference Proceedings. Volume 689.(2003) pages 197-205.

331.AdS/CFT-Inspired Unification at About 4 TeVProceeding of the 2nd International Conference on String Phenomenology.Editors: V. Sanz, S. Abel, J. Santiago and A. Faraggi.
World Scientific (2004). pages 160 – 166.

332.Status of the Standard Model of Particle Phenomenology.
Proceedings of The Euroconference on Symmetries Beyond the Standard Model.
Editors: N.M. Borstnik, H.B. Nielsen, C.D. Froggatt and D. Lukman.
DMFA-ZALOZNISTVO. Ljublyana. (2003). pages 1-5.

333.AdS/CFT Correspondence and Unification at About 4 TeV.
Proceedings of The Euroconference on Symmetries Beyond the Standard Model.
Editors: N.M. Borstnik, H.B. Nielsen, C.D. Froggatt and D. Lukman.
DMFA-ZALOZNISTVO. Ljublyana. (2003). pages 16-22.hep-th/0310171.

334.On Deviations from Bimaximal Neutrino Mixing.
(with S. Petcov and W. Rodejohann).
Nucl. Phys. B287, 31-54 (2004).

335.Candidates for Inflaton in Quiver Gauge Theory.
(with T. Takahashi)
Phys. Rev. D70, 083530-1 to 083530-5 (2004).

336.Aspects of Neutrino Mass Matrices.
Talk at Coral Gables 2003.
Proceedings of the 32nd. Coral Gables Conference.
Editors: T. Curtright, S.Mintz and A.Perlmutter.
World Scientific Publishing Company (2004). pages 11 – 19.

337.Bigger Rip with No Dark Energy.
(with T. Takahashi)
Astropart. Phys. 22, 307 – 312 (2004).

338.AdS/CFT Inspired String Phenomenology.
Talk at Pheno 2004 Symposium, Madison, WI.

339.Possible Gauge Theoretic Origin for Quark-Lepton Complementarity.
(with R.N. Mohapatra)
JHEP 01:025 (2005).

340.String Approach to QCD Quarks in Fundamental Representations.
Talk at 8th Workshop on Nonperturbative QCD, IAP, Paris.Int. J. Mod. Phys. A20, 4503-4507 (2005).

341.Enhanced Big Rip without Conventional Dark Energy.
Talk at 20th IAP Colloquium on CMB, IAP, Paris.

342.String Theory and Unification.
Themes in Unification. The Pran Nath Festschrift.
Editors: G. Alverson and M.T. Vaughn.
World Scientific Publishing Company (2005) pages 163-173.

343.Dark Energy – A Pedagogic Review.
Keynote talk at joint session of 5th Rencontres du Vietnam, Hanoi. August 2004.
(in press)

344.Chiral Fermions and Quadratic Divergences.
(with X. Calmet and R.M. Rohm)
Phys. Rev. D72, 055003 (2005)

345.Primordial Black Holes, Hawking Radiation and the Early Universe
(with T.W. Kephart)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A20, 1573-1576 (2005).

346.Aspects of Neutrino Mass Matrices.
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A20, 1188-1196 (2005)

347.Introduction to Dark Energy and Dark Matter
2005 Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories.
Rencontres de Moriond, La Thuile.
Editor: J. Tran Thanh Van.
Thé Gioi Publishers (2005) pages 105-113.

348.Conformality Emergent in String Phenomenology
Proceedings of PASCOS 2005 Symposium, Gyeongju, Korea. May 30-June 4, 2005
Editors: K. Choi, J.E. Kim and D.Son.
AIP Conference Proceedings 805 (2005). pages 226-230.

349.Testable and Untestable Aspects of Dark Energy
Mod. Phys. Lett. A21, 649-652 (2006).

350.Suggestion of Explicit Field Transformations underlying Misaligned Supersymmetry
Mod. Phys. Lett. A21, 893-897 (2006).

351.Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays from Sequestered X Bursts.
(with P.L. Biermann)
Phys. Lett. B234, 125-129 (2006).

352.Conformal Transformations and Accelerated Cosmologies.
(with J.L. Crooks)
Phys. Rev. D73, 123512 (2006).

353.Anomaly Cancellation and Conformality in Quiver Gauge Theories
(with E. Di Napoli)
Phys. Lett. B638, 374-381 (2006).

354.See-Saw Mechanism and Minkowski
Talk at Minkowski-Fest, University of Berne. May 5, 2006.
(Electronic proceedings here)

355.Phenomenology Beyond the Standard Model
Talk at World Summit on Physics, San Cristobal,
Galapagos, June 22-25, 2006.

356.Superconvergence and Arbitrary Spin in a Regge Pole Model.
Oxford preprint 68-979 (December 1967) 44 pages.

357.Dark Matter Candidate from Conformality.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A22, 931-937 (2007).

358.Darwin and Phenomenology Beyond the Standard Model
Galapagos World Summit on Physics Beyond the Standard Model.
Editor: Bruce Hoeneisen.
Universidad San Francisco De Quito (2006) pages 27 – 58.hep-ph/0608039.

359.Deflation at Turnaround in Oscillatory Cosmology.
(with L. Baum)

360.Proton Decay in Teravolt Unification
Mod. Phys. Lett. A22, 347-349 (2007)

361.Turnaround in Cyclic Cosmology.
(with L. Baum)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 071301 (2007)

362.mSUGRA celebrates is 20th year
(with P. Nath)
CERN Courier, 43 N7, 27-28 (2003).

363.On Cyclic Universes
Proceedings of the Workshop on Origin of Mass and Strong Coupled Gauge Theories.
Nagoya, Japan. 21-24 November, 2006.Editors: M. Harada, M. Tanabashi and K. Yamawaki.
World Scientific Publishing Company (2007).

364.Group Theoretic Bases for Tribimaximal Mixing.
(with P.D. Carr)hep-ph/0701034.

365.Entropy of Contracting Universe in Cyclic Cosmology.
(with L. Baum)Mod. Phys. Lett. A23, 33 – 36 (2008).

366.Did time begin? Will time end? (BOOK)
Maybe the big bang never occurred
World Scientific (2009, in press)

367.Cyclic Universe and Infinite Past.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A22, 2587 – 2592 (2007).

368.Flavor Symmetry for Quarks and Leptons.
(with T.W. Kephart)
JHEP 09:110 (2007).

369.Quiver Gauge Theory and Conformality at the TeV Scale.
(with T.W. Kephart)
Physics Reports 454, 203-269 (2008).

370.Gauge Field Theories (BOOK)
Third, Revised and Improved Edition.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2008)

371.Comment on “Can Black Holes be Torn Up by a Phantom in Cyclic Cosmology?” by X. Zhang.

372.Relations Between Standard Model Parameters from T’ Flavor Symmetry.
(with S. Matsuzaki)
arXiv:0710.5928 [hep-ph]

373.Upper and Lower Bounds on Gravitational Entropy.
(with T.W. Kephart)JCAP 06: 008 (2008).
arXiv:0711.0193 [gr-qc]

374.Flavor Symmetry for Quarks and Leptons.
Talk at 2nd Workshop on Flavor Dymanics, Albufeira.
(Electronic proceedings here)

375.Turnaround in Cyclic Cosmology.
Parallel talk at COSMO 2007, University of Sussex, UK.
(Electronic proceedings here)

376.Study of T’ Flavor Symmetry.
(with S. Matsuzaki)
arXiv:0712.1544 [hep-ph]

377.Relationships between standard model parameters from T’ symmetry.Plenary talk at MIAMI 2007, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
(electronic proceedings here)

378.What is the entropy of the universe?
(with S.D.H. Hsu, T.W. Kephart and D. Reeb)
Class. Quant. Grav. 26, 145005 (2009).
arXiv:0801.1847 [hep-th]

379.Constraints on Deflation from the Equation of State of Dark Energy.
(with L. Baum and S. Matsuzaki)
JCAP 04: 032 (2008).
arXiv:0801.4420 [hep-th]

380.Multifluid Models for Cyclic Cosmology.
(with I. Aref’eva and S. Matsuzaki)
Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics 265, 59-62 (2009).
arXiv:0802.1294 [hep-th]

381.Turnaround in Cyclic Cosmology.Plenary talk at Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe.
Marina del Rey, CA. February 20-22, 2008.
(electronic proceedings here)

382.Particle Phenomenology and Maldacena
Talk at Ten Years of AdS/CFT, Buenos Aires, December 19-21, 2007.
arXiv:0804.3066 [hep-th]

383.High Longevity Microlensing Events and Dark Matter Black Holes.
arXiv:0806.1707 [gr-qc]

384.Renormalizable A_4 Model for Leptons
(with S. Matsuzaki)
arXiv:0806.4592 [hep-ph]

385.Simplified Renormalizable T’ Model for Tribimaximal Mixing and Cabibbo Angle
(with T.W. Kephart and S. Matsuzaki)
Phys. Rev. D78, 073004 (2008).
arXiv:0807.4713 [hep-ph]

386.Strong Incompatibility of Tribimaximal Mixing with Quark-Lepton Complementarity
(with S. Matsuzaki)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A 24, 429-430 (2009).
arXiv:0807.4785 [hep-ph]

387.Innocuous Implications of a Minimum Length in Quantum Gravity
Class. Quant. Grav. 26 018001 (2009).
arXiv:0808.0283 [hep-th]

388.Holographic Entropy and Dark Matter Black Holes.
Plenary talk at COSMO 08 Conference.
Madison, WI.(electronic proceedings here)

389.Prediction for $\Gamma (H \rightarrow \tau^+\tau^-)/ \Gamma (H \rightarrow \mu^+\mu^-)$ from Non-Abelian Flavor Symmetry.
(with S. Matsuzaki)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A24, 2081-2087 (2009).
arXiv:0810.1029 [hep-ph]

390.Predictions for neutrino mixing angles in a $T^{‘}$ Model.(with D.A. Eby and S. Matsuzaki)
Phys. Lett. B671, 3860390 (2009).
arXiv:0810.4899 [hep-ph]

391.Doubly-Charged Boson Production in $p\bar{p}$ Collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 1.96$ TeV
arXiv:0811.3943 [hep-ph]

392.$T^{‘}$ Predictions of PMNS and CKM Angles
(with S. Matsuzaki)
Phys. Lett. B679, 347-349 (2009).
arXiv:0902.1140 [hep-ph]

393.Holographic Principle and Intermediate Mass Black Holes.
Plenary talk at Dark Matter Conference (February 2009).
Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics,
Florence, Italy.
(electronic proceedings here)

394.Cosmological Entropy and Black Holes in Galactic Halos.
Talk at Dark Matter Conference, Galileo Galilei InstituteFlorence Italy, February 9-11, 2009.
arXiv:0903.0113 [astro-ph]

395.Positron Excess, Luminous-Dark Matter Unification and Family Structure.
(with P.Q. Hung)
Phys. Lett. B675, 411-414 (2009).
arXiv:0903.0358 [hep-ph]

396.Past Eras in Cyclic Cosmological Models.
arXiv:0903.4309 [hep-ph]

397.T’ and the Cabibbo Angle.
Plenary talk at 75 Years Since Solvay.
Nanyang Technical University, Singapore. November 2008.
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A24, 3359-3365 (2009).
arXiv:0903.5228 [hep-ph]

398.A Note on Embedding Nonabelian Finite Flavor Groups in Continuous Groups.
(with T.W. Kephart and R.M. Rohm)
Phys. Lett. B679, 478-481 (2009).
arXiv:0904.0420 [hep-ph]

399.Fermion Mixings in SU(9) Family Unification
(with T. W. Kephart)
Phys. Lett. B681, 343-346 (2009).

400.Desperately Seeking Intermediate-Mass Black Holes.

401.Entropy of Intermediate-Mass Black Holes

402.Identification of All Dark Matter as Black Holes
JCAP 10: 016 (2009)

403.Desperately Seeking Intermediate-Mass Black Holes.
Plenary talk at BSM-LHC Workshop,
Notheastern University, June 2009.E-Proceedings here
Nucl. Phys. (Proc. Suppl.) B200-202, 176-178 (2010).arXiv:0907.1646[astro-ph]

404.Black Holes as Dark Matter.
Plenary talk at Quantum Foundations.
University of Vaxjo, Sweden, June 2009.
arXiv:0907.1704 [hep-th]

405.Analysis of Quark Mixing Using Binary Tetrahedral Flavor Symmetry
(with D.A. Eby and S. Matsuzaki)
Phys. Rev. D80, 053007 (2009).
arXiv:0907.3425 [hep-ph]

406.Alternative Version of Chiral Color as Alternative to the Standard Model.
Phys. Rev. D81, 095005 (2010).
arXiv:0909.0307 [hep-ph]

407.Number and Entropy of Halo Black Holes.
(with K.J. Ludwick)
Astropart. Phys. 34, 617-619 (2011).
arXiv:0910.1152 [astro-ph]

408.Axigluon as Possible Explanation of $\bar{p}p \rightarrow \bar{t}t$ Forward-Backward Asymmetry.
(with J. Shu and K. Wang)
Phys. Lett. B683, 294-297 (2010).
arXiv:0911.2955 [hep-ph]

409.Primordial Black Holes as All Dark Matter.
(with M. Kawasaki, F. Takahashi and T. Yanagida).
JCAP 04:023 (2010).
arXiv:1001.2308 [hep-ph]

410.Entropic Accelerating Universe.
(with D. Easson and G.F. Smoot).
Phys. Lett. B696, 273-277 (2011).
arXiv:1002.4278 [hep-th]

411.Unitarity Boomerang.
(with X.-G. He)
Phys. Lett. B688, 688 (2010).
arXiv:1003.0301 [hep-ph]

412.Entropic Inflation.
(with D. Easson and G.F. Smoot).
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A27, 1250066 (2012).
arXiv:1003.1528 [hep-th]

413.Black Holes Constitute All Dark Matter.
Talk at Strongly Coupled Gauge Theories in the LHC Era.
University of Nagoya, December 2009.

414.Solution to the Dark Energy Problem.
arXiv:1004.1285 [hep-th]

415.Possible Solution of Dark Matter, The Solution of Dark
Energy and Gell-Mann as Great Theoretician.

Plenary talk at Conference in Honor of Gell-Mann’s 80th Birthday,
Nanyang Executive Centre, Singapore, February 2010.

416.Hunting for New Physics with Unitarity Boomerangs.
(with X.-G. He)
Phys. Rev. D82, 017301 (2010).

417.Probing Variant Axion Models at LHC.
(with C.R. Chen, F. Takahashi and T.Yanagida)
JHEP 1006.059 (2010).

418.Holographic Principle and the Surface of Last Scatter.

419.LHC Higgs Production and Decay in the T’ Model.
(with C.M. Ho, T.W. Kephart and S. Matsuzaki)
Phys. Rev. D82, 113007 (2010).

420.Surface of Last Scatter and Holographic Principle.
Talk at 16th PASCOS Symposium.
Valencia, Spain, July 2010.
J. Phys: Conf. Ser. 259, 012015 (2011).

421.Seeking Evolution of Dark Energy.
(with K.J. Ludwick)
Eur. Phys. J. C71, 1735 (2011).

422.Quartification with T’ Flavor.
(with D.A. Eby, X.-G. He and T.W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. D84, 037302 (2011)

423.The Little Rip.
(with K.J. Ludwick and R.J. Scherrer)
Phys. Rev. D84, 063003 (2011).

424.Models for Little Rip Dark Energy
(with K.J. Ludwick, S. Nojiri, S.D. Odintsov, and R.J. Scherrer)
Phys. Lett. B708, 204 (2012).

425.Dark Matter from Binary Tetrahedral Flavor Symmetry
(with D.A. Eby)
Phys. Lett. B713, 249 (2012).

426.T2K Signals Non-Maximal Atmospheric Neutrino Mixing.
(with D.A. Eby)
Phys. Rev. D86, 117304 (2012).

427.The Pseudo-Rip: Cosmological Models intermediate between the cosmological constant and the little rip
(with K.J. Ludwick and R.J. Scherrer)
Phys. Rev. D85, 083001 (2012).

428.Three Generations in Minimally Extended Standard Models
(with C.M. Ho and T.W. Kephart)
Phys. Lett. B715, 275 (2012).

429.Remarks on the Cosmological Constant
Mod. Phys. Lett. A28, 1350001 (2013).

430.Using Newton`s Law for Dark Energy
Mod. Phys. Lett. A27, 1250204 (2012).

431.Higgs Couplings to t,b, and tau with Flavor Symmetry

432.Gravitation at Very Short Distances
(with G. Karl)

433.Cyclic Cosmology from Little Rip
(with K.J. Ludwick)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A28, 1350125 (2013).

434.Heterotic Discrete Flavor Model
(with C.M. Ho and T.W. Kephart)
Phys. Rev. D89, 027701 (2014).

435. Predictions of Entropic Gravity.
arXiv: 1308.1928 [hep-th]

436. Luminogenesis from Inflationary Dark Matter.
(with P.Q. Hung)
arxiv: 1309.1723 [hep-ph]

437. A Possible Reason for M(H) ~ 126 GeV.
(with P.Q. Hung)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A29, 1450006 (2014).
arxiv: 1310.3904 [hep-ph]

438. Quiver Approach to Massive Gauge Bosons beyond the Standard Model.
arxiv: 1312.3165 [hep-ph]

439. Sum Rule Constraints on Models Beyond the Standard Model
(with T.W. Kephart)
arXiv: 1407.8544 [hep-ph].

440. Viable Alternative to the Standard Model.
(with T.W. Kephart)
arXiv:1408.6528 [hep-ph].

441. Bang or Bounce.

442. Cyclic Entropy: An Alternative to Inflationary Cosmology.
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A30, 1550129 (2015).

443. Possible Duality of CBE and Penrose CCC Cyclic Cosmologies.

444. Lepton Number Conservation, Long-Lived Quarks and Superweak Bileptonic Decays.
Phys. Lett. B747, 187 (2015).

445. Scale Invariant Density Perturbations from Cyclic Cosmology.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A31, 1650076 (2016 ).

446. Pre-String Theory.
Memorial Volume for Y. Nambu,
Editors: L. Brink, L.N. Chang, M.Y. Han and K.K. Phua.
World Scientific Publishing Company (2016). Pages 67-71.
Mod. Phys.Lett. A31, 1630012 (2016).
arXiv:1508.06382 [physics.hist-ph].

447. Searching for Dark Matter Constituents with Many Solar Masses.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A31, 1650093 (2016).

448. The Primordial Black Hole Mass Range.
Mod.Phys.Lett. A31, 1650064 (2016).

449. Novel Approach to the Dark Matter Problem: Primordial Intermediate-Mass Black Holes.

450. Intermediate Mass MACHOs: A New Direction for Dark Matter Searches.
(with G.F. Chapline)
JCAP 11, 042 (2016).

451. X-Events and Their Interpretation.
(with C. Coriano)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A31, 1650180 (2016).

452. Angular Momentum of Dark Matter Black Holes.
Phys. Lett. 767B, 303 (2017).

453. Cyclic Period in the CBE Model.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A32, 1750132 (2017).

454. $SU(3)^p$ Quiver Theories and {\cal N} =0 for p = 8 and 9.
(with C. Coriano)
Phys. Lett. B769, 322 (2017).

455. Two Cosmic Coincidences for Minimal Standard Model with
General Relativity.

(with H.B. Nielsen).
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A34, 1950163 (2019).

456. Second Octant Favored for Non-Maximal $\theta_{23}$.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A32, 1750101 (2017).

457. Theory of Dark Matter
Talk at Conference on Cosmology, Gravitational Waves
and Particles, February 6-10, 2017,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A32, 1730013 (2017).
Reprinted in Cosmology, Gravitational Waves and Particles
Editor: H. Fritzsch.
World Scientific Publishing Company (2018).
Pages 76-89.

458. Bilepton Signatures at the LHC.
(with G. Corcella, C. Coriano and A. Costantini).
Phys. Lett.   B773,   544 (2017).

459. Holographic Entanglement Entropy in Cyclic Cosmology.
Phys.Dark Univ. 20, 28 (2018).

460. Dark Matter as Ultralight Axion-Like Particle in
E(6) X U(1) GUT with QCD Axion.

(with C. Coriano)
Phys. Lett. B782, 380 (2018).

461. Maximum PBH Mass and Primordiality.
Mod.Phys.Lett. A33, 1850176 (2018).

462. On the Origin and Nature of Dark Matter.
Int.J.Mod.Phys. A33, 1830030 (2018).

463. Exploring Scalar and Vector Bileptons at the LHC in the 331 Model.
(with G. Corcella, C. Coriano and A. Costantini)
Phys. Lett. B785, 73-83 (2018).

464. Cyclic Cosmology and Holographic Entanglement Entropy.
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A33, 1844028 (2018).

465. Remarks on Dark Matter Constituents with Many Solar Masses.
(with C. Coriano)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A33, 1850165 (2018).

466. Dark Matter with Stueckelberg Axions.
(with C. Coriano, N. Irges and A. Tatullo)
Frontiers in Physics 7, 36 (2019).

467. Dark Matter Gravity Waves at LIGO and LISA.
Mod.Phys.Lett. A33, 1950124 (2019).

468. Possible Bilepton Resonances in Like-Sign Pairs.
(with C. Coriano)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A33, 1950076 (2019).

469. An Axion-Like Particle from an $SO(10)$ See Saw with $U(1)_{X}$.
(with C. Coriano, A. Tatulio and D. Theofilopoulos).
Phys. Lett. B802, 135273 (2020).

470. Holographic Principle, Cosmological Constant and
Cyclic Cosmology.

(with C. Coriano)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A35, 1950355. (2020).

471. Particle Theory at Chicago in Late Sixties and p-Adic Strings.
J. Phys. A53, 191001 (2020).

472. Tetrahedral A4 Symmetry in anti-SU(5) GUT.
(with J.E. Kim, S.-J. Kim and S. Nam).
Phys. Rev. D101, 055022. (2020).

473. Anticorrelation of Mass and Mixing Angle Hierarchies.
(with J.E. Kim)
J. Korean Phys. Soc. 76, 695 (2020).

474. Primordial Intermediate Mass Black Holes as Dark Matter.
Talk at 8th Int. Conf. on New Frontiers in Physics (INFP-2019)
Conference Center of the Orthodox Academy of Crete (OAC)
Kolymbari, Crete, Greece. August 21-29, 2019.
Int.J. Mod. Phys. A35, 2044028 (2020).

475. Doubly-Charged Bileptons at the LHC.
Talk at 8th Int. Conf. on New Frontiers in Physics (INFP-2019)
Conference Center of the Orthodox Academy of Crete (OAC)
Kolymbari, Crete, Greece. August 21-29, 2019.

476. Using LHC to Discover the Bilepton.
Talk at 19th Hellenic School and Workshops on Elementary Particle
Physics and Gravity (CORFU-2019).
Workshop on Connecting Insights in Fundamental Physics.
Standard Model and Beyond.
Except title, identical to arXiv:2004.08233[hep-ph]

477. Conformal Unification in a Quiver Theory
and Gravitational Waves.

(with C. Coriano and A. Tatullo)
Phys. Lett. B811, 135909 (2020).

478. L(mu)-L(tau) Effects to Quarks and Leptons
from Flavor Unification.

(with S.K. Kang, J.E. Kim and S. Nam)
Phys. Rev. D102, 013005 (2020).

479. History of Particle Theory. (BOOK).
(with J.E. Kim)
World Scientific (2020). Pages i-xviii and 1-213.

480. Swampland Conjectures and Cosmological Expansion.
(with C. Coriano).

481. Refined Mass Estimate for Bilepton Gauge Boson.
(with C. Coriano).
Mod. Phys. Lett. A36, 2150118 (2021).

482. Does CMB Distortion Disfavour Intermediate Mass
Dark Matter?
(with C. Coriano).

483. Ultralight Axions Versus Primordial Black Holes,
(with C. Coriano and J.E. Kim).
Mod. Phys. Lett. A36, 2150241 (2021).

484.Non-Leptonic Decays of Bileptons.
(with G. Corcella, C. Coriano and A. Costantini)
Phys. Lett. B826, 136904 (2022).

485. Additional Baryons and Leptons.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A36, 2150179 (2021).

486. A Novel Viewpoint of Proton Decay.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A37, 2250039 (2022).

487. Memories of Steven Weinberg (1933-2021).
Symmetry, 14, 488 (2022).

488. Entropy of the Universe and Hierarchical Dark Matter.
Entropy. 24, 1171 (2022).

489. An SU(15) Approach to B Anomalies.
(with C.Coriano)

490. Possibility of Additional Intergalactic and Cosmological Dark Matter.

491. Predictions of Additional Baryons and Mesons.

492. Electromagnetic Accelerating Universe.
Phys. Lett. B835, 137480 (2022).

493.An SU(15) Approach to Bifermion Classification.
(with C. Coriano,  T.W. Kephart, D. Melle and T.C. Yuan).
Mod.Phys. Lett. A38, 2350124 (2023).

494. A Model of Dark Matter and Energy.
Mod. Phys. Lett. A38, 2350032 (2023).

495. Proceedings to the 25th International Workshop “What Comes Beyond the Standard Model”, July 4 – 10, 2022.
Bled, Slovenia.
Editors: R. Bernabei, P. Belli, A. Bussolotti, V. Caracci, et al

496. Time Dependence of Charged Dark Matter.

497.  Atmospheric Neutrino Octant from Flavour Symmetry.
(with C. Coriano and P. Santorelli).
Mod. Phys. Lett. A (2024, in press).

498. Kerr-Newman and Accelerated Expansion.

499. Amaterasu Cosmic Ray as Possible Support for Electromagnetic Acceleration.
Phys. Lett. B (2024, in press).

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