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- Minoru Eto, Kenichi Konishi, Giacomo Marmorini, Keisuke Ohashi, Walter Vinci, Naoto Yokoi
- 2006

We make a detailed study of the moduli space of winding number two (k = 2) axially symmetric vortices (or equivalently, of co-axial composite of two fundamental vortices), occurring in U(2) gauge theory with two flavors in the Higgs phase, recently discussed by Hashimoto-Tong and Auzzi-Shifman-Yung. We find that it is a weighted projective space W CP 2… (More)

- Minoru Eto, Jarah Evslin, Kenichi Konishi, Giacomo Marmorini, Muneto Nitta, Keisuke Ohashi +2 others
- 2008

We study BPS non-abelian semilocal vortices in U(N C) gauge theory with N F flavors, N F > N C , in the Higgs phase. The moduli space for arbitrary winding number is described using the moduli matrix formalism. We find a relation between the moduli spaces of the semilocal vortices in a Seiberg-like dual pairs of theories, U(N C) and U(N F − N C). They are… (More)

- Kenichi Konishi, Giacomo Marmorini, Scuola Normale Superiore-Pisa
- 2005

We discuss some aspects of confinement and dynamical symmetry breaking in the so-called nonabelian Argyres-Douglas vacua, which occur very generally in super-symmetric theories. These systems are characterized by strongly-coupled nonabelian monopoles and dyons; confinement and dynamical symmetry breaking are caused by the condensation of monopole… (More)

Many complex networks from the World Wide Web to biological networks grow taking into account the heterogeneous features of the nodes. The feature of a node might be a discrete quantity such as a classification of a URL document such as personal page, thematic website, news, blog, search engine, social network, etc., or the classification of a gene in a… (More)

One of the main necessities for population geneticists is the availability of statistical tools that enable to accept or reject the neutral Wright-Fisher model with high power. A number of statistical tests have been developed to detect specific deviations from the null frequency spectrum in different directions (i.e., Tajima's D, Fu and Li's F and D test,… (More)

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