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We discuss the restructuring of the BPS spectrum which occurs on certain subman-ifolds of the moduli/parameter space – the curves of the marginal stability (CMS) – using quasiclassical methods. We argue that in general a 'composite' BPS soliton swells in coordinate space as one approaches the CMS and that, as a bound state of two 'pri-mary' solitons, its… (More)

- M B Voloshin
- 2001

It is argued that the cross section for production of large black holes, for which a semiclassical description is applicable, cannot be given by the geometric area of the black hole horizon, as claimed recently in the literature. Rather the production cross section in a few-particle collision is suppressed by at least a factor exp(−I E) with I E being the… (More)

- M. B. Voloshin
- 2000

It is pointed out that, contrary to some claims in the literature, the domain walls cannot be a source of a correlated at large scales primordial magnetic field, even if the fermionic modes bound on the wall had ferromagnetic properties. In a particular model with massive (2+1) dimensional fermions bound to a domain wall, previously claimed to exhibit a… (More)

We present a noisy-OR Bayesian network model for simulation-based training, and an efficient search-based algorithm for automatic synthesis of plausible training scenarios from constraint specifications. This randomized algorithm for approximate causal inference is shown to outperform other randomized methods, such as those based on perturbation of the… (More)

- M B Voloshin
- 1994

The current theoretical understanding of processes involving many weakly interacting bosons in the Standard Model and in model theories is discussed. In particular, such processes are associated with the baryon and lepton number violation in the Standard Model. The most interesting domain where the multiplicity of bosons is larger than the inverse of small… (More)

We consider a generic mechanism via which thermal relic WIMP dark matter may be decoupled from the Standard Model, namely through a combination of WIMP annihilation to metastable mediators with subsequent delayed decay to Standard Model states. We illustrate this with explicit examples of WIMPs connected to the Standard Model by metastable bosons or… (More)

- S I Blinnikov, A D Dolgov, L B Okun, M B Voloshin
- 1995

Consequences of possible existence of leptonic photon are considered for a range of values of leptonic charge. In the case of a strong Coulomb-like leptonic repulsion between electrons the existence of ordinary condensed matter is impossible: antineutrinos cannot neutralize this destructive repulsion. The upper limit of lep-tonic charge is inferred from the… (More)

- M. B. Voloshin
- 1992

Propagation of particles with emission of arbitrary number of identical bosons all being at rest is considered. It is shown that in certain models the tree-level amplitudes for production of n scalar bosons by two incoming particles are all equal to zero at the threshold starting from some small number n. In particular this nullification occurs for… (More)

- M B Voloshin
- 2004

It is pointed out that the internal structure of the narrow resonance X(3872) at the

We analyze the possibility of using a low-background Ge − N aI spectrometer in a reactor experiment for a search for neutrino magnetic moment down to 3 × 10 −11 of the electron magneton. The properties of the so-far existing Ge low-background spectrometers are discussed and additional sources of background in a reactor experiment at a small depth are… (More)