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    Stoponium Search at Photon Linear Collider

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    In some supersymmetric extensions of the Standard Model fairly light superpartner of t-quark is predicted, which may form bound states ({\it stoponiums}) under certain conditions. We study prospects of search for stoponium at the future Photon Linear Collider. It is found that this machine could be the best machine for discovery and study of these resonances at some scenarios of supersymmetric extension of the Standard Model. In particular, if the hhhh decay channel is dominant stoponium could be observed at the beginning of PLC run with collision energy tuned at the stoponium mass. If this channel is kinematically closed stoponium could be discovered in gggg, γγ\gamma\gamma and ZZZZ decay channels but higher statistics are needed. Effects of the stoponium-Higgs mixing and degeneracy are briefly discussed.Comment: 11 pages, 2 figures added, corrections taken into account result in increasing of signal significanc

    A Quality and Cost Approach for Comparison of Small-World Networks

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    We propose an approach based on analysis of cost-quality tradeoffs for comparison of efficiency of various algorithms for small-world network construction. A number of both known in the literature and original algorithms for complex small-world networks construction are shortly reviewed and compared. The networks constructed on the basis of these algorithms have basic structure of 1D regular lattice with additional shortcuts providing the small-world properties. It is shown that networks proposed in this work have the best cost-quality ratio in the considered class.Comment: 27 pages, 16 figures, 1 tabl

    Looking for anomalous gamma-gamma-H and Z-gamma-H couplings at future linear collider

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    We consider the possibility of studying anomalous contributions to the gamma-gamma-H and Z-gamma-H vertices through the process e-gamma--> e-H at future e-gamma linear colliders, with Sqrt(S)=500-1500 GeV. We make a model independent analysis based on SU(2)xU(1) invariant effective operators of dim=6 added to the standard model lagrangian. We consider a light Higgs boson (mostly decaying in bar(b)-b pairs), and include all the relevant backgrounds. Initial e-beam polarization effects are also analyzed. We find that the process e-gamma--> e-H provides an excellent opportunity to strongly constrain both the CP-even and the CP-odd anomalous contributions to the gamma-gamma-H and Z-gamma-H vertices.Comment: LaTeX, 33 pages, 16 eps figures, extended section

    Optimization of symbolic evaluation of helicity amplitudes

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    We present a method for symbolic evaluation of Feynman amplitudes. We construct special polarization basis for spinor particles which produces compact expressions for tensor products of basis spinors.Comment: Standard LaTeX, 6 pages. To appear in the proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Advanced Computing and Analysis Technics in Physics Research (ACAT2000, Fermilab, October 16-20, 2000
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