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    Chiral phase transition and meson spectrum in improved soft-wall AdS/QCD

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    We investigate in detail the chiral thermal transition of QCD in an improved soft-wall AdS/QCD model with a simply modified 5D conformal mass of the bulk scalar field. We also present a calculation in this model for the light meson spectra and other low-energy characteristic quantities including the pion form factor, the pi-rho coupling constant and the decay constants of pi, rho, a_1, which are shown to result in a good agreement with experimental data except for the pion decay constant. The thermal behavior of chiral condensate is studied. It is found that such a simply improved soft-wall model incorporates the crossover behavior of chiral thermal transition indicated by lattice simulations. The expected chiral transition temperature can be obtained

    Infrared-Improved Soft-wall AdS/QCD Model for Mesons

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    We construct and investigate an infrared-improved soft-wall AdS/QCD model for mesons. Both linear confinement and chiral symmetry breaking of low energy QCD are well characterized in such an infrared-improved soft-wall AdS/QCD model. The model enables us to obtain a more consistent numerical prediction for the mass spectra of resonance scalar, pseudoscalar, vector and axial-vector mesons. In particular, the predicted mass for the lightest ground state scalar meson shows a good agreement with the experimental data. The model also provides a remarkable check for the Gell-Mann-Oakes-Renner relation and a sensible result for the space-like pion form factor.Comment: 15 pages, 4 figures, 7 tables, published versio

    IR-improved Soft-wall AdS/QCD Model for Baryons

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    We construct an infrared-improved soft-wall AdS/QCD model for baryons by considering the infrared-modified 5D conformal mass and Yukawa coupling of the bulk baryon field. The model is also built by taking into account the parity-doublet pattern for the excited baryons. When taking the bulk vacuum structure of the meson field to be the one obtained consistently in the infrared-improved soft-wall AdS/QCD model for mesons, we arrive at a consistent prediction for the baryon mass spectrum in even and odd parity. The prediction shows a remarkable agreement with the experimental data. We also perform a calculation for the ρ(a1)\rho(a_1) meson-nucleon coupling constant and obtain a consistent result in comparison with the experimental data and many other models.Comment: 12 pages, 4 tables, 1 figure, to be published in PL

    A Neural RDE-based model for solving path-dependent PDEs

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    The concept of the path-dependent partial differential equation (PPDE) was first introduced in the context of path-dependent derivatives in financial markets. Its semilinear form was later identified as a non-Markovian backward stochastic differential equation (BSDE). Compared to the classical PDE, the solution of a PPDE involves an infinite-dimensional spatial variable, making it challenging to approximate, if not impossible. In this paper, we propose a neural rough differential equation (NRDE)-based model to learn PPDEs, which effectively encodes the path information through the log-signature feature while capturing the fundamental dynamics. The proposed continuous-time model for the PPDE solution offers the benefits of efficient memory usage and the ability to scale with dimensionality. Several numerical experiments, provided to validate the performance of the proposed model in comparison to the strong baseline in the literature, are used to demonstrate its effectiveness
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