### Publications in Physics

#### Institute for Theoretical Physics & University of California (1985-)

[271] (with K Cheung, YLS Tsai, PY Tseng, and TC Yuan) Global Constraints of the Simplest Darkon Model Nuclear Physics B-Proceedings Supplements 246, 116-126

[270] (with Y BenTov) Neutrino mixing and the double tetrahedral group International Journal of Modern Physics A 28 (29)

[269] (with Y BenTov) Private Higgs at the LHC International Journal of Modern Physics A 28 (28)

[268] (with Y BenTov) Lepton Private Higgs and the discrete group Σ (81) Nuclear Physics B 871 (3), 452-484

[267] Einstein Gravity in a Nutshell book published by Princeton University Press 2013

[266] (with Y BenTov and XG He) An A 4×{{\ mathbb {Z}} _4} model for neutrino mixing Journal of High Energy Physics 2012 (12), 1-23

[265] (with K Cheung, YLS Tsai, PY Tseng, and TC Yuan) Global study of the simplest scalar phantom dark matter model Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 2012 (10), 042

[264] (with Y. BenTov) The neutrino mixing matrix could (almost) be diagonal with entries + or - 1, Phys. Lett. B714 (1), pages 80-84

[263] (with Christine Hartmann) Neutrino Mixing and the Frobenius Group T13, Nucl. Phys. B853 (1), pages 105-124

[262] (with Rafael A. Porto) Relaxing the cosmological constant in the extreme ultra-infrared, hep-th 0910.3716.

[261] (with John G. Learned, R-P. Kudritzki, & Sandip Pakvasa) The Cepheid Galactic Internet, Contemporary Phys. 53 (2), pages 113-118, arXiv:0809.0339.

[260] (with Rafael Porto) Neutrino Mixing and the Private Higgs, Phys.Rev.D79:013003,2009; arXiv:0807.0612.

[259] (with John Learned & Sandip Pakvasa) Galactic Neutrino Communication, Phys.Lett.B671:15-19,2009; hep-ph/0805.2429

[258] Gravity and Its Mysteries: Some Thoughts and Speculations, Int. J. Mod. Phys. 23 (2008) 1295, hep-th/0805.2183

[257] (with Rafael Porto) The Private Higgs, hep-ph/0712.0448, Phys. Lett. B666, Issue 5, 11 September 2008, Pages 491-495

[256] The State of the Cosmos, or Better, the State of Cosmology --- Some Thoughts, Mod. Phys. Lett. A22 (2007) p. 1849, Talk at COSPA 2006.

[255] (with Xiao-Gang He) Geometric Mean Neutrino Mass Relation, Mod. Phys. Lett. A22 (2007) p. 2107, hep-ph/0702133.

[254] (with R. Buniy & S. Hsu) Does string theory predict an open universe? Physics Letters B660, Issue 4, 28 February 2008, Pages 382-385 hep-th/0610231.

[253] (with Xiao-Gang He) Minimal Modification To The Tri-bimaximal Neutrino Mixing, Phys.Lett. B645 (2007) 427-431, hep-ph/0607163.

[252] (with Michael Bon, Graziano Vernizzi, & Henri Orland) Topological classification of RNA structures, Journal of Molecular Biology 379, Issue 4, 13 June 2008, Pages 900-911 arXiv:q-bio/0607032

[251] (with R. Buniy & S. Hsu) Discreteness and the origin of probability in quantum mechanics, hep-th/0606062

[250] (with P. Kovtun) A schematic model of neutrinos, Phys.Lett. B640 (2006) 37-39, hep-ph/0604169

[249] (with S. Hsu) Message in the Sky, Mod. Phys. Lett. A21, (2006) p.1, physics/0510102

[248] Obtaining the Neutrino Mixing Matrix with the Tetrahedral Group, hep-ph/0508278, Phys. Lett. B630 (2005) p.58.

[247] (with G. Vernizzi, P. Ribeca, and H. Orland) The Topology of Pseudoknotted Homopolymers, Phys. Rev. E 73, 031902 (2006), q-bio.BM/0508042

[246] (with R. Buniy & S. Hsu) Is Hilbert space discrete?, hep-th/0508039, Phys.Lett. B630 (2005) 68-72

[245] Random Matrix Theory and RNA Folding, Acta Phys. Polonica B36 (2005) p.2829, talk given at the Random matrix theory conference held in Krakow, Poland, May 2005

[244] (with G. Vernizzi &, H. Orland) Enumeration of RNA structures by Matrix Models, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 168103 (2005) q-bio/0411004 (also Virtual J. Biological Physics Research 9, May 1, 2005.

[243] (with S. Hsu) A speculative relation between the cosmological constant and the Planck mass, hep-th/0406142, Mod. Phys. Lett. A20 (2005) p. 2699-2703.

[242] (with G. Vernizzi & H. Orland) Prediction of RNA pseudoknots by Monte Carlo simulations, q-bio.BM/0405014, short version appeared in the proceedings of the MACRO 2004 (world polymer congress) held in Paris July 2004, http://www.e-polymers.org/paris/, file number L4276.

[241] The Graviton and the Nature of Dark Energy, hep-th/0403064, Mod.Phys.Lett. A19 (2004) 983-992

[240] (with M. Pillsbury, A. Taylor, & H. Orland), An Algorithm for RNA Pseudoknots, cond-mat/0310505, submitted to Journal of Theoretical Biology

[239] Dark Energy and the Nature of the Graviton, hep-th/0309032, Physics Letters B594,July 2004, Pages 8.

[238] Parametrizing the Neutrino Mixing Matrix, hep-ph/0307323, Phys.Rev. D68 (2003) 093002

[237] Some remarks on neutrino oscillation and masses, hep-ph/0307155, "Neutrinos, Flavor Physics, and Precision Cosmology" ed. J. F. Nieves & R. R. Volkas page 74, Proceedings of the neutrino conference held in Palm Cove, Australia, June 2003

[236] (with S. Hsu) Global Spread of Infectious Diseases, cond-mat/0306628, J. Bio. Systems 12 (2004) 1-12

[235] (with X. G. He) Neutrino Masses with "Zero Sum" Condition: $m_{\nu_1} + m_{\nu_2} + m_{\nu_3} = 0$, hep-ph/0302201, Phys.Rev. D68 (2003) 037302

[234](with X. G. He) Some Simple Mixing and Mass Matrices for Neutrinos, to appear in PhysicsLetters, hep-ph/0301092, Phys. Lett. B 560 (1-2): 87-90 2003.

[233] (with M. Kardar) Information Optimization in Coupled Audio-Visual Cortical Maps, Proceedings of the National Academy 2003. 99 (25): 15894-15897 DEC 10 2002

[232] (with M. Pillsbury & H. Orland) A steepest descent calculation of RNA pseudoknots, physics/0207110, Phys. Rev. E 72, 011911 (2005)

[231] (with D. Holz, H. Orland) On the Remarkable Spectrum of a Non-Hermitean Random Matrix Model, math-ph/0204015, J. Phys. A 36, 3385 (2003).

[230] (with X. G. Wen) Gapless Fermions and Quantum Order, cond-mat/0202166, Phys Rev B 66 (23): 235110, 2002.

[229] (with X. G. Wen) Superfluidity and Superconductivity in Double-Layered Quantum Hall States, cond-mat/0110007, International Journal of Modern Physics B17 (25): 4435-4446 OCT 10 2003 .

[228] (with J. Feinberg) Generalized Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics and Reflectionless Fermion Bags in 1+1 Dimensions, hep-th/0109045, in the M. Marinov Memorial Volume, *Olshanetsky, M. (ed.) et al.: Multiple facets of quantization andsupersymmetry p. 626-652.

[227] Night Thoughts on Consciousness and Time Reversal, "Art and Symmetry in Experimental Physics: Festschrift for E. Commins", ed. by D. Bucker et al, page 246. .

[226] (with H. Orland) RNA Folding and Large N Matrix Theory, cond-mat/0106359, Nucl.Phys. B620 (2002) 456-476

[225] (with D. Holz) Collisional Dark Matter and Scalar Phantoms hep-ph/0105284, PHYSICS LETTERS B 517 (3-4): 239-242 OCT 4 2001

[224] (with J. Feinberg and R. Scalettar) "Single Ring Theorem" and the Disk-Annulus Phase Transition, cond-mat/0104072, JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 42 (12): 5718-5740 DEC 2001

[223] (with J. E. Moore and J. Sinova) The Quantum Hall Plateau Transition at Order 1/N, cond-mat/0012341, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 87 (4): Art. No. 046801 JUL 23 2001

[222] (with V. Gurarie) Quantum Hall Transition in the Classical Limit, cond-mat/0008163, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS B 15 (9): 1225-1238 APR 10 2001

[221] (with I. Affleck)Hopping between Random Locations: Spectrum and Instanton, cond-mat/ 0006342, Journal of Physics Vol 12 Iss 41, pages 8863-8873.

[220] (with I. Low and G. Horowitz) Self-Tuning in an Outgoing Brane Wave Model, hep-th/0004206, PHYSICAL REVIEW D 62 (8): Art. No. 086005 OCT 15 2000

[219] Speculations on Spin and Statistics, in"Spin Statistics Connection and Commutation Relations", Anacapri, Capri Island, Italy edited by R. C. Hilborn and G. M. Tino, page 55.

[218] (with I. Low) Naked Singularities and Gauss-Bonnet Term in Brane World, hep-th/0004124, NUCLEAR PHYSICS B 585 (1-2): 395-404 OCT 2 2000

[217] (with D. Chang) Radiatively Induced Neutrino Majorana Masses and Oscillation, hep-ph/9912380, PHYSICAL REVIEW D 61 (7): Art. No. 071303 APR 1 2000

[216] Some General Remarks on Superconductivity, Physica A281 (2000) pp 442-449, Proceedings of "Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Phase Transitions" 1999.

[215] (with M. Mezard and G. Parisi) Spectra of Euclidean Random Matrices, Nuclear Physics B559 (3), pp. 689-701, 1999. cond-mat/9906135.

[214] Lectures on Random Matrices and Hall Fluids, in "Quantum Field Theory: Perspective and Prospective", edited by C.DeWitt-Morette and J. B. Zuber, Proceedings of Les Houches School, 1998.

[213] (with C. Mudry, P. W. Brouwer, B. I. Halperin and V. Gurarie) Density of States in the Non-Hermitian Lloyd Model, Phys. Rev. B58 13539 (1998) cond-mat/9807391.

[212] (With V. Gurarie) Localization Length from Single-Particle Properties in Disordered Electronic Systems, cond-mat/9807391, Phys.Rev. B 58, 13539 (1998)

[211] (With X. G.Wen) Topological Degeneracy of Quantum Hall Fluids, cond-mat/9711223, Phys. Rev. B 58,15717 (1998).

[210] A Non-Hermitean Particle in a Disordered World, cond-mat/9711114, in "New Directionsin Statistical Physics," ed. C.K. Hu et al, Elsevier (Amsterdam 1998) Physica A254, 300 (1998).

[209] (With J. Feinberg) Spectral Curves of Non-Hermitean Hamiltonians, cond-mat/9710040,Nucl. Phys. B 552 (1999) 599-623

[208] (With E. Br´ezin) Non-Hermitean De-Localization: Multiple Scattering and Bounds,Nucl. Phys. B509, 599 (1998).10

[207] (With J. Feinberg) Non-Hermitean Localization and De-Localization, ITP preprintcond-mat/9706218 Phys. Rev E(1999) pp 6433-6443

[206] (With J. Feinberg) Non-Gaussian Non-Hermitian Random Matrix Theory: Phase Transitions and Addition Formalism, Nucl. Phys. B501, 643 (1997).

[205] (With J. Feinberg) Non-Hermitian Random Matrix Theory: Method of Hermitian Reduction, Nucl. Phys. B504, 579 (1997).

[204] (With J. Feinberg) Fermion Bags in Massive Gross-Neveu Model, Phys. Lett. B411, 134 (1997).

[203] (With J. Feinberg) Dynamical Generation of Solitons in a 1 + 1 Dimensional Chiral Field Theory: Non-Perturbative Dirac Operator Resolvent Analysis, Int. J. Mod. Phys., A 12, 1133 (1997).

[202] (With J. Feinberg) Renormalizing Rectangles and Other Topics in Random Matrix Theory, Jour. Stat. Mech. 8 7, 473 (1997).

[201] (With J. Feinberg) Dynamical Generation of Extended Objects in a 1+1 Dimensional Chiral Field Theory: Non-Perturbative Dirac Operator Analysis, Phys. Rev. D 56, (1997).

[200] (With N. Argaman) A Diagrammatic Theory of Random Scattering Matrices for Normal- Superconducting Mesoscopic Junctions, Phys. Rev. B 54, 7406 (1996).

[199] (With E. Br´ezin and S. Hikami) Oscillating Density of State Near Zero Energy for Hermitian Matrices made of Complex Blocks With Possible Applications to the Random Flux Problem, Nucl. Phys. B464 [FS], 411, (1996).

[198] Universal Correlations in Random Matrix Theory: A Brief Introduction for Mathematicians, in Free Probability Theory, ed. by D. Voiculescu, Fields Institute Communications, American Mathematical Society (1996).

[197] Universal Correlations in Random Hamiltonians, in Quantum Coherence and Decoherence, ed. by K. Fujikawa and Y. A. Ono, Elsevier (1996).

[196] (With J. D'Anna) Correlations Between Eigenvalues of Large Random Matrices With Independent Entries, Phys. Rev. E, 53, 1399 (1996).

[195] (With M. Kardar) Matrix Generalizations of Some Dynamic Field Theories, Nucl. Phys. B464, [FS], 449, (1996).

[194] (With E. Br´ezin) Universal Relation between Green's Functions in Random Matrix Theory, Nucl. Phys. B453, [FS], 531, (1995).

[193] Law of Addition in Random Matrix Theory, Nucl. Phys. B 474, 726 (1996).

[192] (With S. Hikami) Complex Random Matrix Models With Possible Applications to Spin Impurity Scattering in Quantum Hall Fluids, Nucl. Phys., B446, (1995) 337.

[191] Effective Field Theory, in Strings and Symmetries, ed. by G. Aktas, et al., Springer- Verlag, (1994).

[190] (With E. Br´ezin and S. Hikami) Universal Correlation for Deterministic plus Random Hamiltonians, June 15, Phys. Rev. E, 51, 5442 (1995).

[189] (With T. S. Kobayakawa, Y. Hatsugai, M. Kohmoto, and A. Zee) Universal Behavior of Correlations Between Eigenvalues of Random Matrices, Phys. Rev. E, 51, 5365 (1995).

[188] Quantum Hall Fluids, Field Theory, Topology and Condensed Matter Physics, ed. by H.B. Geyer, Springer-Verlag, (1994). 9

[187] (With E. Br´ezin) Lattices of Matrices, Nucl. Phys., B441, (FS)409, (1995).

[186] (With J. D'Anna and E. Br´ezin) Universal Spectral Correlation between Hamiltonians with Disorder II, Nucl. Phys., B443(FS), 443 (1995).

[185] (With X.G. Wen) A Phenomenological Study of Interlayer Tunnelling in Double- Layered Quantum Hall Systems, Int. J. Mod. Phys. B, Vol 17 Page: 4435, (2003).

[184] (With E. Br´ezin) Universal Spectral Correlation between Hamiltonians with Disorder, Nucl. Phys., B424, (FS)435, (1994).

[183] Vortex strings and the antisymmetric gauge potential, Nucl. Phys., B421, 111, (1994).

[182] (With E. Br´ezin) Correlation Function in Disordered Systems, Phys. Rev. E, 49, 2588 (1994).

[181] (With X.G. Wen) Sideways Tunnelling and Fractional Josephson Frequency in Double- Layered Quantum Hall Systems, Europhys. Lett., 35, 22, (1996).

[180] Quantum Phase in Action, in Quantum Coherence and Reality, edited by J.S. Anandan & J.L. Safko, (World Scientific, 1994).

[179] (With E. Br´ezin) Universal correlations between Eigenvalues of Large Random Matrices, Comp. Rend. Acad. Sci., (Paris) 317, 735 (1993).

[178] (With E. Br´ezin) Universality of the Correlations between Eigenvalues of Large Random Matrices, Nucl. Phys. B, 402, 613, (1993).

[177] (With X.G. Wen) Tunnelling in Double-Layer Quantum Hall Systems, Phys. Rev., B47, 2265, (1993).

[176] (With X.G. Wen) Neutral Superfluid Modes and "Magnetic Monopoles" in Multi- Layered Quantum Hall Systems, Phys. Rev. Lett., 69, 1811, (1992).

[175] (With X.G. Wen) Shift and Spin Vectors: New Topological Quantum Numbers for the Hall Fluid, Phys. Rev. Lett., 69, 953, 3600(E), (1992).

[174] (With X.G. Wen) A Classification of Abelian Quantum Hall States and Matrix Formulation of Topological Fluids, Phys. Rev., B46, 2290, (1992).

[173] Time Reversal Violation: Examples from Cosmology, Condensed Matter, and Particle Pysics, Proceedings of the A. Rich Memorial Symposium on Time Reversal, p. 100, (1992).

[172] (With C. Pryor) Electron Hopping in the Presence of Random Flux, Phys. Rev. B, B46, 3116, (1992).

[171] Long Distance Physics of Topological Fluids, Progr. of Theo. Phy. Suppl., 107, p. 77, (1992).

[170] A (Very) Brief Overview of Semionic Superconductivity, Physics of High-Temperature Superconductors, edited by S. Maekawa & M. Sato, Springer-Verlag, 1992, p. 169.

[169] Non-Abelian Flux and Spin Liquid States, Mod. Phys. Lett. B, 5, 1339 (1991).

[168] Long Distance Physics of the Hall Fluid and the Anyon Superfluid, Proceedings of Conference on Chern-Simons Theory, Texas, (1991).

[167] From Semionics to Topological Fluids, Proceedings of the School on Field and String Theory, Brazil, and in the Proceedings of Korean and Puerto Rican schools, (1991).

[166] (With Z. Kunszt) Electron Hopping in Three Dimensional Flux States, Phys. Rev. B 44, 6842 (1991).

[165] (With J. Fr¨ohlich) Large Scale Physics of the Quantum Hall Fluid, Nuclear Physics B 364, 517 (1991). 8

[164] (With X.G.Wen) Topological Structures, Universality Classes, and Statistics Screening in the Anyon Superfluid, Phys. Rev. B 44, 274 (1991).

[163] Semionics: A Theory of Superconductivity Based on Fractional Quantum Statistics, Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on High Energy Physics, p. 206.

[162] (With S.J. Rey) Self-Duality in Three Dimensional Chern-Simons Theory, Nucl. Phys. B, 352, 897 (1991).

[161] Non-Abelian Flux, Lattice Hopping, Spin Systems, and the Electric Dipole Moment, Int. J. Mod. Phys. B5, 529 (1991).

[160] (With X.G. Wen) Rotation of Polarized Light Reflected from T and P Violating Superconducting Medium, Phys. Rev. B, 43, 5595, (1991).

[159] (With S.M. Barr, E.M. Freire) A Mechanism for a Large Neutrino Magnetic Moment, Phys. Rev. Lett., 65, 2626 (1990).

[158] (With W. Bialek, D.L. Ruderman) Optimal Sampling of Natural Images: A Design Principle for the Visual System, published in Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, edited by R. P. Lippman, et al., (1991).

[157] Emergence of Spinor from Flux and Lattice Hopping, in M. A. B. B´eg Memorial Volume, (ed. A. Ali & P. Hoodbhoy), World Scientific Publishing.

[156] (With S. Barr) Electric Dipole Moment of the Electron and of the Neutron, Phys. Rev. Lett., 65, 21 (1990).

[155] Musings on Quantum Statistics, in Quantum Coherence, edited by J.S. Anandan, 1990, p. 296.

[154] Semionics: A Theory of High Temperature Superconductivity, in High Temperature Superconductivity, edited by K. Bedell, D. Coffey, D.E. Meltzer, D. Pines, J.R. Schrieffer, Addison-Wesley, 1990.

[153] (With X.G. Wen) Universal Conductance at the Superconductor-Insulator Transition, Int. J. of Mod. Phys., B4, 437 (1990).

[152] (With L.Z. Fang)Cosmology and Particle Physics, Gordon & Breach, 1988, edited.

[151] (With X.G. Wen) Quantum Statistics and Superconductivity in Two Spatial Dimensions, Modern Trends in Particle Physics, edited by N. Bili´c et al., Nucl. Phys. B Proc. Suppl., 15, 135 (1990).

[150] Information Processing in Visual Perception, in Complexity, Entropy, and Physics of Information, edited by W. Zurek, Addison-Wesley, 1990, p. 331.

[149] (With X.G. Wen) Compressibility and Superfluidity in the Fractional Statistics Liquid, Phys. Rev. B 41, 240 (1990).

[148] (With X.G. Wen) Abnormal Screening in the Quantum Disordered Phases on Nonlinear_-models, Nucl. Phys. B 326, 619 (1989).

[147] (With X.G. Wen) Effective Theory of the T and P Breaking Superconducting State, Phys. Rev. Lett. 62, 2873, (1989).

[146] (With W. Bialek and R. Scalettar) Optimal Performance of a Feed Forward Network at Statistical Descrimination Tasks, J. Statistical Physics, 57, 141 (1989).

[145] (With X.G. Wen and F. Wilczek) Chiral Spin States and High Tc Superconductivity, Phys. Rev. B39, 11413, (1989).

[144] (With Y.S. Wu) A Closed-String (or Ring) Soliton Configuration with Non-zero Hopf Number, Nucl. Phys. B, 324, 623 (1989). 7

[143] (With X.G. Wen) Possible T and P Breaking Vacua of O(3) Non-linear _-model and Spin Charge Separation, Phys. Rev. Lett., 63, 461 (1989).

[142] (With X.G. Wen) Quantum Disorder, Duality, and Fractional Statistics in (2 + 1) Dimensions, Phys. Rev. Lett., 62, 1937 (1989).

[141] (With X.G. Wen) On the Possibility of a Statistics-Changing Phase Transition, J. de Physique, 50 1623 (1989).

[140] (With X.G. Wen) Winding Number, Family Index Theorems, and Electron Hopping in a Magnetic Field, Nucl. Phys. B, B316, 641 (1989).

[139] (With Y.S. Wu) Membranes, Higher Hopf Maps, and Phase Interactions, Phys. Lett. B, 207, p. 39 (1988).

[138] (With X.G. Wen) Spin Waves and Topological Terms in the Mean Field Theory of Two Dimensional Ferromagnets and Antiferromagnets, Phys. Rev. Lett., 61, 1025 (1988).

[137] On the Non-Abelian Gauge Structure in Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance, Phys. Rev. A, 38, p. 1 (1988).

[136] Some Quantitative Issues in the Theory of Perception, in Learning, Evolution and Network, edited by Y. C. Lee, p.183, (1988).

[135] (With W. Bialek) Understanding the Effciency of Human Visual Perception, Phys. Rev. Lett. 61, 1512 (1988).

[134] (With R. Scalettar) Perception of Left and Right by a Feed Forward Net, Bio. Cybernetics, 58, 193 (1988).

[133] (With R. Scalettar) Emergence of Grandmother Memory in Feed Forward Networks: Learning with Noise and Forgetfulness,Connectionist Models and Their Implications: Readings from Cognitive Science, edited by D. Waltz and J. A. Feldman, p. 309 (1988).

[132] (With W. Bialek) Coding and Computation with Neural Spike Trains, J. Stat. Phys. 59 103 (1990).

[131] (With W. Bialek) Statistical Mechanics and Invariant Perception, Phys. Rev. Lett. 58, 741 (1987).

[130] Phenomenological and Theoretical Bounds on a Low Mass Gauge Boson, Phys. Lett. 172B, 377 (1986).

[129] (With Y.-S. Wu) Abelian Gauge Structure and Anomalous Spin and Statistics of Solitons in Nonlinear Sigma Model, Nucl. Phys. B272, 322 (1986).

[128] Electric Dipole Moment of the Electron and CP-Violation in Muon Decay, Phys. Rev. Lett. 55, 2382 (1985).

#### University of Washington (1984 - 1985)

[127] Gravitomagnetic Pole and Mass Quantization, Phys. Rev. Lett. 55, 2379 (1985).

[126] (With S.M. Barr) Solution of Strong CP Problem by Color Exchange, Phys. Rev. Lett. 55, 2253 (1985).

[125] Trying to See Nanga Parbat, to appear in Proceedings of the 1985 Summer College held in Nathiagali, Pakistan.

[124] Fractional Statistics, Exceptional Preons, Scalar Dark Matter, Lepton Number Violation, Neutrino Masses, and Hidden Gauge Structure, Particles and the Universe, edited by G. Lazarides and Q. Shafi, p. 257.

[123] Sommario di Cosmologia, Sapere, anno 51_, n.8, 878, 25 (1985).

[122] Quantum Numbers of Majorana Neutrino Masses, Nucl. Phys. B264 99 (1986).

[121] Charged Scalar Fields and Quantum Number Violation, Phys. Lett. 161B, 141 (1985).

[120] (With V. Silveira) Scalar Phantoms, Phys. Lett. 161B, 136 (1985).

[119] (With V. Silveira) Preons with Exceptional Hyperforce, Phys. Lett. 157B, 191 (1985).

[118] (With R. Nepomechie and Y.-S. Wu) New Compactifications on Calabi-Yau Manifolds, Phys. Lett. B 158B, 311 (1985).

[117] (With R. Nepomechie) Phase Interaction Between Extended Objects, in Quantum Field Theory and Quantum Statistics, edited by I. A. Batalin, C. J. Isham, and G. A. Vilkovisky, p. 467.

[116] (With Y.-S. Wu) Abelian Gauge Structure Inside Non-Abelian Gauge Theories, Nucl. Phys. B258, 157, (1985).

[115] (With Y.-S. Wu) Cocycles and Magnetic Monopoles, Phys. Lett. 152 98 (1985).

[114] Galaxies and Dark Matter, in Phase Transition in the Very Early Universe, Nucl. Phys. B252 37 (1985).

[113] (With Y.-S. Wu) Comments on the Hopf Lagrangian and Fractional Statistics of Solitons, Phys. Lett. 147B 325 (1984).

Institute for Theoretical Physics & The Institute for Advanced Study (1983 - 1984)

[112] A Few Recent Examples of Mathematics at Work in Physics, Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, edited by W.W. Zachary, p. 497.

[111] A Simple Linear Description of Gauge Interaction, Phys. Lett. 143B 368 (1984).

[110] (With F. Wilczek) Appearance of Gauge Structure in Simple Dynamical Systems, Phys. Rev. Lett. 52 2111 (1984).

[109] (With D.C. Ravenel) Spin and Statistics of Solitons and J-Homomorphism, Comm. Math. Phys. 98 239 (1985).

[108] (With R. MacKenzie and F. Wilczek) Possible Form of Vacuum Deformation by Heavy Particles, Phys. Rev. Lett. 53 2203 (1984).

[107] (With G. Senjanovic and F. Wilczek) Reflections on Mirrors, Phys. Lett. B 141 389 (1984).

[106] (With N. Turok) A Natural Origin for Spinor Representation in Orthogonal Unification, ITP-UCSB Report, withdrawn from publication.

[105] (With F. Wilczek) Interpolating Quantum Statistics (Santa Barbara Report NSF-ITP-84-25, accepted for publication in Physical Review Letters, superceded by paper 1040.

[104a] (With D.P. Arovas, R. Schrieffer, and F. Wilczek) Statistical Mechanics of Anyons, Nucl. Phys. B 251, (FS 13) 117 (1985).

[104] Quantized Charge Transport, Chiral Anomalies, and Fractional Charge, Phys. Lett. 135B, 307 (1984).

[103] (With F. Wilczek) Linking Numbers, Spin, and Statistics of Solitons, Phys. Rev. Lett. 51, 2250 (1983). 5

#### University of Washington (1980 - 1985)

[102] (With Y.S. Wu) Massless Fermions and Kaluza-Klein Theory with Torsion, J. Math. Phys. 25, 2696 (1984).

[101] (With P.G.O. Freund) A Phenomenological Test of the Nonabelian Chiral Anomaly, Phys. Lett. B 132, 419 (1983), E144B, 455 (1984).

[100] (With Y.S. Wu) Kaluza-Klein Reduction of Topological Action, Nucl. Phys. B 237, 586 (1984).

[99] (With B. Zumino and Y.S. Wu) Chiral Anomalies, Higher Dimensions and Differential Geometry, Nucl. Phys. B 239, 477 (1984).

[98] (With Y.S. Wu) Flux Confinement for a Class of Effective Lagrangians, Zeitschrift f¨ur Physik C. 20, 181 (1983).

[97] Remarks on the Cosmological Constant Paradox, in High Energy Physics in Honor of P. A. M. Dirac in his Eightieth Year, edited by S. L. Mintz and A. Perlmutter, Proceedings of the 20th Orbis Scientiae (1983), p. 211, Plenum Press, New York.

[96] Quantum Fluctuations Beget Einstein Gravity, to appear in Proceedings of the 20th Orbis Scientiae (1983).

[95] (With M. Turner and F. Wilczek) Formation of Structure in an Axion-Dominated Universe, Phys. Lett. B125, 35 (1983) E519.

[94] (With H. Levine and J. Koplik) Viscosity Renormalization in the Brinkman Equation, Phys. of Fluids 26, 2864 (1983).

[93] Einstein Gravity Emerging from Quantum Weyl Gravity, Ann. of Phys. 151, 431 (1983).

[92] (With L.S. Brown) Response to Gravitational Probes and Induced Newton's Constant, J. Math. Phys. 24, 1821 (1983).

[91] (With S. Barr, D. Reiss) Fractional Charges, Monopoles, and Peculiar Photons, Phys. Rev. Lett. 50, 317 (1983).

[90] Nonconservation of Baryon Number, p. 415, in Gamow Cosmology, Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi", Varenna on Lake Como 1982, (North Holland, 1986).

[89] The Non-Empty Universe, p. 411, in Gamow Cosmology, Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi", Varenna on Lake Como 1982, (North Holland, 1986).

[88] (With S. Barr, D. Reiss) Families, the Invisible Axion and Domain Walls, Phys. Lett. 116B, 227 (1982).

[87] Unity of Forces in the Universe (in two volumes) (World Scientific, 1982).

[86] (With D. Seckel) Oscillating Neutrons and Disappearing Baryons: A Theoretical Overview, in the Proceedings of the Harvard Conference on Neutron Oscillation, 33 (1982).

[85] A Theory of Gravity Based on the Weyl-Eddington Action, Phys. Lett. B109, 183 (1982).

[84] Gravity as a Dynamical Consequence of the Strong, Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions in Unification of the Fundamental Particle Interactions, Proceedings of the Erice Conference 1981, (Plenum Press). 4

[83] Proton Decay and Horizontal Symmetry, Phys. Lett. B109, 187 (1982).

[82] Calculating Newton's Gravitational Constant in Infrared Stable Yang-Mills Theories, Phys. Rev. Lett. 48, 295 (1982).

[81] Perhaps Proton Decay Violates Lorentz Invariance, Phys. Rev. D25, 1864 (1982).

[80] The Family Problem, in Quark and Lepton Physics, Proceedings of the 1981 INS Symposium, ed. by K. Fujikawa et al., pp. 224.

[79] Grand Unification and Gravity - Selected Topics, in Grand Unified Theories and Related Topics (World Scientific, 1981), p. 143-234.

[78] (With F. Wilczek) Families from Spinors, Phys. Rev. D25, 553 (1982).

[77] Extended Unification Models, in Weak Interaction as Probes of Unification, ed. by G.B. Collins et al., AIP Publications.

[76] (With S. Barr) Electric Charge is Vector-Like, Journal of Math. Phys. 22, 2263 (1981).

[75] Maximal Local Symmetry, Phys. Lett. 99B, 110 (1981).

#### University of Pennsylvania (1978 - 1980)

[74] Spontaneously Generated Gravity, Phys. Rev. D23, 858 (1981).

[73] From Baryons to Quarks through __ Decay, Phys. Lett. 95B, 290 (1980).

[72] (With H.A.Weldon) Operator Analysis of New Physics, Nucl. Phys. B173, 269 (1980).

[71] Non-Conservation of Baryon Number in Proceedings of the 1980 Guangzhou Conference on Theoretical Particle Physics, Vol. I, p. 287 and in Proceedings of the SLAC Summer Institute on Particle Physics, p. 425 (Van Nostrand).

[70] A Theory of Lepton Number Violation, Phys. Lett. 93B, 389 (1980).

[69] (With S.M. Barr) Neutral Currents and Grand Unification, Phys. Lett. 92B, 297 (1980).

[68] (With J. Kim) SU(5) °- U(1) Phenomenology: Theorems on Neutral Current Analysis, Phys. Rev. D21, 1939 (1980).

[67] The Horizon Problem and the Broken Symmetric Theory of Gravity, Phys. Rev. Lett. 44, 703 (1980).

[66] (With F. Wilczek) Conservation or Violation of Baryon Minus Lepton Number in Proton Decay, Phys. Lett. 88B, 311 (1979).

[65] (With F. Wilczek) Operator Analysis of Nucleon Decay, Phys. Rev. Lett. 43, 1571 (1979).

[64] (With F. Wilczek) Spinors and Families, Princeton University preprint (1980).

[63] Echo Hadrons: Color Confinement and Fractionally Charged States, Phys. Rev. Lett. 84B, 91 (1979).

[62] A Broken Symmetric Theory of Gravity, Phys. Rev. Lett. 42, 417 (1979).

[61] (With F. Wilczek) Horizontal Interaction and Weak Mixing Angles, Phys. Rev. Lett. 42, 421 (1979).

[60] (With D. Toussaint, S.B. Treiman and F. Wilczek) Matter-Anti-matter Asymmetry in Symmetric Cosmology, Phys. Rev. D19, 1036 (1979).

#### Institute for Advanced Study & Princeton University (1977 - 1978)

[59] (With C. Callan, R. Dashen, F. Wilczek, and D. Gross) The Effect of Instantons on Heavy Quark Potential, Phys. Rev. 18, 4684 (1978).

[58] A Crude Estimate of the Number of Quark Flavors, Phys. Rev. D18, 2600 (1978).

[57] (With S.M. Barr) Calculation of the Electron Mass in Terms of Measured Quantities in Left-Right Symmetric Models, Phys. Rev. D18, 4213 (1978).

[56] (With J. Collins and F. Wilczek) Low Energy Manifestations of Heavy Particles: Application to the Neutral Current, Phys. Rev. D18, 242 (1978).

[55] (With S.M. Barr) Calculation of the Electron Mass in Terms of Measured Quantities, Phys. Rev. D17, 1854, (1978).

[54] Progress inWeak Interaction Theory, AIP Conference Proceedings, Particles and Fields, 1977, eds. P.A. Schreiner, G.H. Thomas and A.B. Wicklund, p. 49.

[53] (With F. Wilczek) Instantons and Spin Forces Between Massive Quarks, Phys. Rev. Lett. 40, 83 (1978).

#### Princeton University (1973 - 1978)

[52] (With F. Wilczek) Discrete Flavor Symmetries and a Formula for the Cabibbo Angle, Phys. Lett. 70B, 418 (1977).

[51] (With F. Wilczek and S.B. Treiman) A Model for Weak Trimuon Production, Phys. Lett. 68B, 369 (1977).

[50] (With F. Wilczek) Orientation of the Weak Interaction with Respect to the Strong Interaction, Phys. Rev. D15, 3701 (1977).

[49] (With S.B. Treiman and F. Wilczek) Rare Muon Decays, Heavy Leptons, and CP Violation, Phys. Rev. D16, 152 (1977).

[48] (With F. Wilczek) Rare Muon Decays, Natural Lepton Models, and Doubly Charged Leptons, Phys. Rev. Lett. 38, 2531 (1977).

[47] (With S.M. Barr) A New Approach to the Electron-Muon Mass Ratio, Phys. Rev. D15, 2652 (1977).

[46] (With F. Wilczek) Possible New Species of Quarks and Hadrons, Phys. Rev. D16, 860 (1977).

[45] The Structure of Weak Interaction, Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Tbilisi, Vol. II, p. B182 (1976).

[44] (With F. Wilczek) _I = 1 2 Rule and Right-Handed Currents: Heavy Quark Expansion and Limitation on Zweig's Rule, Phys. Rev. D15, 2660 (1977).

[43] Possible Structure of Weak Interaction, New Pathways in High Energy Physics, ed. Perlmutter (Plenum, 1976).

[42] (With F. Wilczek) New Leptons and Old Lepton Numbers, Nucl. Phys. B106, 461 (1976).

[41] Cabbibo Angle and Quark Mass Spectrum, Phys. Rev. D13, 713 (1976). 2

[40] (With R.L. Kingsley and F. Wilczek) Weak Interaction of Heavy Quarks, Phys. Lett. 61B, 259 (1976).

[39] (With F. Wilczek, R.L. Kingsley, and S.B. Treiman) Weak Interaction Models with New Quarks and Right-Handed Currents, Phys. Rev. D12, 2768 (1975).

[38] Dynamical Symmetry Breaking on a Lattice, Phys. Rev. D12, 3251 (1975).

[37] (With R.L. Kingsley, S.B. Treiman, and F. Wilczek) Weak Decays of Charmed Hadrons II: Soft Meson Theorems, Phys. Rev. D12, 106 (1975).

[36] (With R.L. Kingsley, S.B. Treiman, and F. Wilczek) Weak Decays of Charmed Hadrons, Phys. Rev. D11, 1919 (1975).

[35] (With B. Julia) Poles with Both Magnetic and Electric Charge in Non-Abelian Gauge Theory, Phys. Rev. D11, 2227 (1975).

[34] (With C.G. Callan, R.L. Kingsley, S.B. Treiman and F. Wilczek) Remarks on the New Resonances at 3.1 GeV and 3.7 GeV, Phys. Rev. Lett. 34, 52 (1975).

[33] (With R.L. Kingsley and F. Wilczek) Implications of Anomalous Lorentz Structure in Neutral Weak Processes, Phys. Rev. D10, 2216 (1974).

[32] (With J.N. Bahcall and S.B. Treiman) Neutral Currents and Stellar Cooling, Phys. Lett. 52B, 275 (1974).

[31] (With S.B. Treiman and F. Wilczek) Scaling Deviations for Neutrino Reactions in Asymptotically Free Field Theories, Phys. Rev. D10, 2881 (1974).

[30] Neutrino Cross Sections at Very High Energies, AIP Conference Proceedings, Neutrinos 1974, ed. C. Baltay, p. 77.

[29] (With A. DeRujula, S.L. Glashow, H.D. Politzer, S.B. Treiman, and F. Wilczek) Possible Non-Regge Behavior of Electroproduction Structure Functions, Phys. Rev. D10, 1649 (1974).

[28] An Attempt to Generate the Angle Between the Strong and Weak Interactions, Phys. Rev. D9, 1772 (1974).

[27] Comment on a Neutrino Sum Rule, Phys. Rev. D9, 1572 (1974).

#### Rockefeller University (1972 - 1973)

[26] Electron-Positron Annihilation in Stagnant Field Theories, Phys. Rev. D8, 4038 (1973).

[25] (With M.A.B. B´eg) High Energy Neutrino Experiments and the Nature of Charm, Phys. Rev. D8, 2334 (1973).

[24] (With M.A.B. B´eg) Some Consequences of an SU(2) °- U(1) Gauge Model, Phys. Rev. D8, 1460 (1973).

[23] Study of the Renormalization Group for Small Coupling Constants, Phys. Rev. D7, 3630 (1973).

[22] (With M.A.B. B´eg) Hadron Structure and Weak Interactions in a Gauge Theory, Phys. Rev. Lett. 30, 675 (1973).

#### Institute for Advanced Study (1970 - 1972)

[21] Axial Current Anomalies, Proceedings of the XVI International Conference on High Energy Physics, Vol. 2, 132 (1973).

[20] (With S.S. Shei) Scaling and Chiral Identities and the Axial Current Anomaly, Phys. Rev. D8, 597 (1973).

[19] Axial Vector Anomalies and the Scaling Property of Field Theory, Phys. Rev. Lett. 29, 1198 (1972).

[18] (With T.P. Cheng) Scaling Behavior of Helicity Structure Functions, Phys. Rev. D6, 3182 (1972).

[17] Reciprocal Bootstrap on the Light Cone, Phys. Rev. D6, 3011 (1972).

[16] (With H.D.I. Abarbanel, M.B. Green and S. Ellis) Restrictions on Pomeron Couplings (IAS preprint, unpublished).

[15] Coherent Production, Low Energy Theorems, and Anomalous Ward Identities,Phys. Rev. D6, 900 (1972).

[14] (With T.P. Cheng) Coincidence Electroproduction and Scaling in the Regge Region, Phys. Rev. D6, 885 (1972).

[13] Are There Fixed Singularities in T1? Phys. Rev. D5, 2829 (1972).

[12] The Proton-Neutron Mass Difference Problem and Related Topics, Phys. Reports, 3C, 127 (1972).

[11] (With R. Aviv) Low Energy Theorem for ! 3_, Phys. Rev. D5, 2372 (1972).

[10] (With S. Adler, B.W. Lee and S.B. Treiman) Low Energy Theorem for + ! _+_+_, Phys. Rev. D4, 3497 (1971).

[9] (With R. Carlitz and M.B. Green) Dynamically Based Coupling Scheme for the Pomeranchukon, Phys. Rev. D4, 3439 (1971).

[8] (With R. Carlitz and M.B. Green) A Multiperipheral Model for Pomeranchukon Couplings, Phys. Rev. D4, 3501 (1971).

[7] (With R. Carlitz and M.B. Green) A Model for Pomeranchukon Couplings, Phys. Rev. Lett. 26, 1515 (1971).

#### Harvard University (1966 - 1970)

[6] Light Cone as Seen in the Gluon Model, Phys. Rev. D3, 2432 (1971).

[5] Model Construction of the Nucleon Electromagnetic-Mass- Difference Tadpole, Phys.Rev. 187, 2227 (1969).

[4] Veneziano Amplitudes and the _!__A1 System, Phys. Rev. 184, 1922 (1969).

[3] Remark on the Gross-Callan-Sugawara Commutator and the Theory of Currents, Lett.al Nuovo Cimento 1, 581 (1969).

[2] Rate of A1 ! __ from Asymptotic Symmetry, Phys. Rev. 173, 1788 (1968).

[1] Asymptotic Symmetry and Form Factors, Il Nuovo Cimento 52A, 628 (1967).

### Publications Outside Physics

I have also published some articles outside theoretical physics.

Here is a scholarly article (NEW LITERARY HIST 32 (1): 201-216 WIN 2001) in New Literary History, a heavily academic journal read by English professors and others. In the issue containing my invited article

"On Fat Deposits around the Mammary Glands in the Females of Homo Sapiens"

there are articles with such fascinating titles as "Modernity, Postmodernity, and the Future Perfect," "God, the Universe, Art, and Communism," ""Les Moi en Moi": The Proustian Self in Philosophical Perspective," and "Dante in Paradise: The End of Allegorical Interpretation."

I was inspired by the following exchange between Zoe and Bloom in James Joyce's Ulysses:

Zoe: . . . Come and I will peel off.

Bloom: (Feeling his occiput dubiously with the unparalleled embarrassment of a harassed pedlar gauging the symmetry of her peeled pears.) Somebody will be dreadfully jealous if she knew.

I wrote: "Perhaps Joyce knew something way ahead of his time. Gauging symmetries would turn out to be one of the favorite activities of theoretical physicists starting in the late 1960s." I described in considerable detail how fundamental physics is now known to be dictated by gauge symmetry in my book Fearful Symmetry: the Search for Beauty in Modern Physics. The notion of gauge symmetry turned out to be the magic "open sesame" that has allowed physicists a glimpse of Mother Nature's secrets at the most fundamental level.

For years after quoting this Joycean passage in Fearful Symmetry, I have pondered over the deep meaning behind it. Surely the ability of a human being to "gauge the symmetry of her peeled pears" is of far more import than his or her ability to gauge the symmetry of a nonabelian field theory. Indeed, from the point of view of evolutionary biology, the former led to the latter by a long and torturous chain of events. It is our finely tuned ability to gauge the reproductive value of each other that produced over the evolutionary time scale a species capable of gauging the symmetry of Mother Nature herself.