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David B. Kaplan American particle physicist and longtime faculty at the University of Washington ISNI Wikidata

Kaplan, David B., 1958- German National Library Library of Congress/NACO NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

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An analysis of parity-violating pion-nucleon couplings Wikidata
Anomalous vortices and electromagnetism Wikidata
B-Factory Physics from Effective Supersymmetry Wikidata
Calculation of the composite Higgs mass Wikidata
Charged and Superconducting Vortices in Dense Quark Matter Wikidata
Chern-Simons currents and chiral fermions on the lattice Wikidata
Chiral solution to the Ginsparg-Wilson equation Wikidata
Composite Higgs and custodial SU(2) Wikidata
The composite Higgs mechanism, 1985 Library of Congress/NACO Wikidata
Conformality lost Wikidata
Constituent quarks as collective excitations of QCD Wikidata
Cosmological implications of dynamical supersymmetry breaking Wikidata
Couplings of a light dilaton and violations of the equivalence principle Wikidata
Current-Mass Ratios of the Light Quarks Wikidata
Deconstructing (2,0) and Little String Theories Wikidata
Domain wall fermions and the η-invariant Wikidata
Effective Field Theory, Black Holes, and the Cosmological Constant Wikidata
An effective field theory calculation of the parity violating asymmetry in Wikidata
Elucidating the sign problem through noise distributions Wikidata
Emergence of symmetry in homooligomeric biological assemblies. Wikidata
A euclidean lattice construction of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theories with sixteen supercharges Wikidata
Exact lattice supersymmetry NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Wikidata
The exact metric about global cosmic strings Wikidata
Exotic Axion Cosmology in Theories with Phase Transitions below the QCD Scale Wikidata
Flavor at ssc energies: A new mechanism for dynamically generated fermion masses Wikidata
Flavor from strongly coupled supersymmetry Wikidata
Flavor unification and discrete non-Abelian symmetries Wikidata
Is CP a gauge symmetry? Wikidata
Isocurvature baryon number fluctuations in an inflationary universe Wikidata
Lattice calculation for unitary fermions in a finite box Wikidata
Lattice Study of Trapped Fermions at Unitarity Wikidata
Lattice Theory for Low Energy Fermions at Nonzero Chemical Potential Wikidata
Listening to Noise Wikidata
Little flavor: A model of weak-scale flavor physics Wikidata
Manifesting the invisible axion at low energies Wikidata
More effective field theory for non-relativistic scattering Wikidata
Neutrino Oscillations as a Probe of Dark Energy Wikidata
A new approach for studying large numbers of fermions in the unitary regime Wikidata
A new expansion for nucleon-nucleon interactions Wikidata
New field-theoretic method for the virial expansion. Wikidata
Nonperturbative Regulator for Chiral Gauge Theories? Wikidata
Novel phases and transitions in color flavor locked matter Wikidata
Nucleon-nucleon potential in the 1/Nc expansion Wikidata
Opening the axion window Wikidata
Perturbative calculation of the electromagnetic form factors of the deuteron Wikidata
Perturbative nuclear physics Wikidata
Qualitons Wikidata
The role of a massive strange quark in the Large-N Skyrme model Wikidata
Role of the electron mass in damping chiral plasma instability in Supernovae and neutron stars Wikidata
Sign problems, noise, and chiral symmetry breaking in a QCD-like theory Wikidata
Single explanation for both baryon and dark matter densities Wikidata
Solving the hierarchy problem with noncompact extra dimensions Wikidata
Spacetime as a topological insulator: mechanism for the origin of the fermion generations. Wikidata
The spin-flavor dependence of nuclear forces from large-N QCD Wikidata
Strange condensate realignment in relativistic heavy ion collisions Wikidata
Strange matrix elements in the proton from neutral-current experiments Wikidata
Strong evidence for a new strange matrix element Wikidata
SU(2) × U(1) breaking by vacuum misalignment Wikidata
Testing mu = 0 on the lattice Wikidata
Thermodynamic generation of the baryon asymmetry Wikidata
Topics in field theory and particle phenomenology, 2014, via WWW, Dec. 7, 2015: Library of Congress/NACO
Two-nucleon systems from effective field theory Wikidata
Weak scale baryogenesis Wikidata

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