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    2. Abdullaev F.Kh. a.o.   Optical Pulse Propagation in Fibers
with Random Dispersion. //Physica D. - 2004.- v.192, N.1-2.  -
p.83-94.  - Bibliogr.:32.

    3. Almeida C.A. a.o.   New Results for Deformed Defects. //Phys.
Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.067702.  - Bibliogr.:10.

    4. Antunes N.D. a.o.   Kink-Boundary Collisions in a
Two-Dimensional Scalar Field Tbeory. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.065016.  - Bibliogr.:13.

    5. Broadhead M., McDonald J. Two-Field Q-Ball Solutions of
Supersymmetric Hybrid Inflation. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.
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    6. Grzadkowski B., Toharia M. Low-Energy Effective Theory from a
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2004.- v.686, N.1-2.  - p.165-187.  - Bibliogr.:15.

    7. Hu J. A New Method of Exact Travelling Wave Solution for
Coupled Nonlinear Differential Equations. //Phys. Lett.A. - 2004.-
v.325, N.1.  - p.37-42.  - Bibliogr.:10.

    8. Larsen A.L., Khan A. Novel Explicit Multi-Spin String
Solitons in AdS&sub(5). //Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.- v.686, N.1-2.  -
p.75-84.  - Bibliogr.:40.

    9. Liu Q.P., Xie Y.F. Nonlinear Superposition Formula for N = 1
Supersymmetric KdV Equation. //Phys. Lett.A. - 2004.- v.325, N.2.  -
p.139-143.  - Bibliogr.:12.

    10. Maslov E.M., Shagalov A.G. Point-to-Point Description of the
Bubble Wall Dynamics in Two-Vacuum Scalar Field Models. //Phys.
Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065018.  - Bibliogr.:25.

    11. Morgan D.S., Kaper T.J. Axisymmetric Ring Solutions of the
2D Gray-Scott Model and Their Destabilization into Spots. //Physica
D. - 2004.- v.192, N.1-2.  - p.33-62.  - Bibliogr.:47.

    12. Shizuya K. Superfield Formulation of Central Charge
Anomalies in Two-Dimensional Supersymmetric Theories with Solitons.
//Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065021.  - Bibliogr.:22.

    13. Thies M. Analytical Solution of the Gross-Neveu Model at
Finite Density. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.067703.  -
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    14. Arezzo C., Loi A. Moment Maps, Scalar Curvature and
Quantization of Kahler Manifolds. //Commun. Math. Phys. - 2004.-
v.246, N.3.  - p.543-559.  - Bibliogr.:25.


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    15. Ledue D. a.o.   Magnetisation Switching in a Ferromagnetic
Heisenberg Nanoparticle with Uniaxial Anisotropy: a Monte Carlo
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Bibliogr.:30.

    16. Schlier Ch. Error Trends in Quasi-Monte Carlo Integration.
//Comput. Phys. Commun. - 2004.- v.159, N.2.  - p.93-105.  -
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    17. Garriga J. a.o.   Dark Energy Equation of State and
Anthropic Selection. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063521.
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    18. Armour R.S.(Jr.) Spin-1/2 Maxwell Fields. //Found. Phys. -
2004.- v.34, N.5.  - p.815-842.  - Bibliogr.:90.

    19. Conrady F. a.o.   Minkowski Vacuum in Background Independent
Quantum Gravity. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064019.  -
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    20. Alishahiha M. a.o.   Multi-Spin String Solutions in AdS
Black Hole and Confining Backgrounds. //Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.-
v.686, N.1-2.  - p.53-74.  - Bibliogr.:73.

    21. Bicak J. a.o.   Do Rotations beyond the Cosmological Horizon
Affect the Local Inertial Frame? //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.
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    22. Bishop N.T. a.o.   Black Hole Initial Data from a
Nonconformal Decomposition. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  -
p.064010.  - Bibliogr.:18.

    23. Bizon P. a.o.   Periodic Self-Similar Wave Maps Coupled to
Gravity. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064014.  -
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    24. Cataldo M. Rotating Perfect Fluids in (2+1)-Dimensional
Einstein Gravity. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064015.  -
Bibliogr.:34.

    25. Choudhury T.R., Padmanabhan T. Quasinormal Modes in
Schwarzschild-de Sitter Spacetime: A Simple Derivation of the Level
Spacing of the Frequencies. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  -
p.064033.  - Bibliogr.:88.

    26. Corichi A., Gomberoff A. Black Holes in de Sitter Space:
Masses, Energies, and Entropy Bounds. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.064016.  - Bibliogr.:49.

    27. Dehghani M.H. Magnetic Branes in Gauss-Bonnet Gravity.
//Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064024.  - Bibliogr.:34.

    28. Eiroa E.F., Torres D.F. Strong Field Limit Analysis of
Gravitational Retrolensing. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  -
p.063004.  - Bibliogr.:17.

    29. Eling C., Jacobson T. Static Post-Newtonian Equivalence of
General Relativity and Gravity with a Dynamical Preferred Frame.
//Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064005.  - Bibliogr.:14.

    30. Harko T., Mak M.K. Vacuum Solutions of Gravitational Field
Equations in the Brane World Model. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.064020.  - Bibliogr.:21.

    31. Joshi P.S., Goswami R. Role of Initial Data in Spherical
Collapse. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064027.  -
Bibliogr.:8.

    32. Karasik D. a.o.   Small Brane Black Holes in the
Randall-Sundrum Type I Scenario. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.
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    33. Kleihaus B. a.o.   Rotating Dilaton Black Holes with Hair.
//Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064028.  - Bibliogr.:36.

    34. Kobayashi T., Tanaka T. Bulk Inflaton Shadows of Vacuum
Gravity. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064037.  -
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    35. Kol B. a.o.   Caged Black Holes: Black Holes in Compactified
Spacetimes. I. Theory. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  -
p.064031.  - Bibliogr.:43.

    36. Medved A.J.M. Holography: 2D or not 2D? //Phys. Rev.D. -
2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064023.  - Bibliogr.:20.

    37. Obukhov Y.N. Two-Dimensional Metric-Affine Gravity. //Phys.
Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064009.  - Bibliogr.:12.

    38. Perlick V. Exact Gravitational Lens Equation in Spherically
Symmetric and Static Spacetimes. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.
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    39. Solanki S.K. a.o.   Solar Constraints on New Couplings
between Electromagnetism and Gravity. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.062001.  - Bibliogr.:38.

    40. Sorkin E. a.o.   Caged Black Holes: Black Holes in
Compactified Spacetimes. II. 5D Numerical Implementation. //Phys.
Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064032.  - Bibliogr.:33.

    41. Strobl T. Gravity from Lie Algebroid Morphisms. //Commun.
Math. Phys. - 2004.- v.246, N.3.  - p.475-502.  - Bibliogr.:36.

    42. Wucknitz O., Sperhake U. Deflection of Light and Particles
by Moving Gravitational Lenses. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.
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    43. Yoshida S., Futamase T. Numerical Analysis of Quasinormal in
Nearly Extremal Schwarzschild-de Sitter Spacetimes. //Phys. Rev.D. -
2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064025.  - Bibliogr.:29.


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    44. Anderson P.R., Hu B.L. Radiation Reaction in Schwarzschild
Spacetime: Retarded Green's Function via Hadamard-WKB Expansion.
//Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064039.  - Bibliogr.:51.

    45. Ashcroft P.R. a.o.   Boundary Inflation in the Moduli Space
Approximation. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063519.  -
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    46. Balek V., Demetrian M. Criterion for Bubble Formation in a
de Sitter Universe. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063518.
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    47. Barrow J.D., Tsagas C.G. Godel Brane. //Phys. Rev.D. -
2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064007.  - Bibliogr.:15.

    48. Battye R.A. a.o.   Cosmological Tensor Perturbations in the
Randall-Sundrum Model: Evolution in the Near-Brane Limit. //Phys.
Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064040.  - Bibliogr.:48.

    49. Bernardeau F. a.o.   High Order Correlation Functions for a
Self-Interacting Scalar Field in de Sitter Space. //Phys. Rev.D. -
2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063520.  - Bibliogr.:15.

    50. Bicak J. a.o.   Toroidal Perturbations of
Friedmann-Robertson-Walker Universes. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.064012.  - Bibliogr.:12.

    51. Birkedal-Hansen A., Wacker J.G. Scalar Dark Matter from
Theory Space. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065022.  -
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    52. Cabella P. a.o.   Search for Non-Gaussianity in Pixel,
Harmonic, and Wavelet Space: Compared and Combined. //Phys. Rev.D. -
2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063007.  - Bibliogr.:46.

    53. Caprini C. a.o.   Cosmic Microwave Background and Helical
Magnetic Fields : The Tensor Mode. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.063006.  - Bibliogr.:26.

    54. Craps B., Ovrut B.A. Global Fluctuation Spectra in
Big-Crunch-Big-Bang String Vacua. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.
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    55. Dmitriev V.F. a.o.   Cosmological Variation of the Deuteron
Binding Energy, Strong Interaction, and Quark Masses from Big Bang
Nucleosynthesis. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063506.  -
Bibliogr.:47.

    56. Erickson J.K. a.o.   Kasner and Mixmaster Behavior in
Universes with Equation of State w*}1. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.063514.  - Bibliogr.:34.

    57. Franca U., Rosenfeld R. Age Constraints and Fine Tuning in
Variable-Mass Particle Models. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  -
p.063517.  - Bibliogr.:24.

    58. Garriga J. a.o.   Forecasting Cosmic Doomsday from CMB-LSS
Cross-Correlations. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063511.
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    59. Gonzalez-Diaz P.F. Axion Phantom Energy. //Phys. Rev.D. -
2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063522.  - Bibliogr.:30.

    60. Guo Z.-K. a.o.   Inflationary Attractor in the Braneworld
Scenario. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063502.  -
Bibliogr.:14.

    61. Gupta S. a.o.   Curvature and Isocurvature Perturbations in
a Three-Fluid Model of Curvaton Decay. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.063513.  - Bibliogr.:32.

    62. Itoh Y. Equation of Motion for Relativistic Compact Binaries
with the Strong Field Point Particle Limit: Third Post-Newtonian
Order. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064018.  -
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    63. Malquarti M. a.o.   From the Production of Primordial
Perturbations to the End of Inflation. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.063505.  - Bibliogr.:16.

    64. Mollerach S. a.o.   CMB Polarization from Secondary Vector
and Tensor Modes. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063002.  -
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    65. Mukohyama S., Coley A. Scaling Solution, Radion
Stabilization, and Initial Condition for Brane-World Cosmology.
//Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064029.  - Bibliogr.:50.

    66. Niarchou A. a.o.   Large-Scale Power in the CMB and New
Physics: An Analysis Using Bayesian Model Comparison. //Phys. Rev.D.
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    67. O'Shea E.M. Metric Perturbation Approach to Gravitational
Waves in Isotropic Cosmologies. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.
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    68. Ortaggio M. Ultrarelativistic Black Hole in an External
Electromagnetic Field and Gravitational Waves in the Melvin
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    69. Sandvik H.B. a.o.   CMBFIT: Rapid WMAP Likelihood
Calculations with Normal Parameters. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.063005.  - Bibliogr.:40.

    70. Vollick D.N. Palatini Approach to Born-Infeld-Einstein
Theory and a Geometric Description of Electrodynamics. //Phys.
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    71. Wang B. a.o.   WMAP Constraint on the P-Term Inflationary
Model. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063507.  -
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    72. Wohlfarth M.N.R. Inflationary Cosmologies from
Compactification? //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.066002.  -
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    73. Ziaeepour H. Quintessence from the Decay of Superheavy Dark
Matter. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.063512.  -
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    74. Audenaert K.M.R., Braunstein S.L. On Strong Superadditivity
of the Entanglement of Formation. //Commun. Math. Phys. - 2004.-
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    75. Barbosa G.D., Pinto-Neto N. Noncommutative Quantum Mechanics
and Bohm's Ontological Interpretation. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
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    76. Chamblin A. a.o.   Interactions of a TeV Scale Black Hole
with the Quark-Gluon Plasma at CERN LHC. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.-
v.69, N.6.  - p.065010.  - Bibliogr.:34.

    77. Drago A., Esposito S. Following Weyl on Quantum Mechanics:
The Contribution of Ettore Majorana. //Found. Phys. - 2004.- v.34,
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    78. Franklin J. Quark Spin Properties at High x. //Phys. Lett.B.
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    79. Huang W.-Q. a.o.   Influence of the Coupling between the
Normal and Lateral Motions on Surface States of a Semi-Infinite
Superlattice with a Cap Layer. //Phys. Lett.A. - 2004.- v.325, N.1.
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    80. Kretschmer R., Szymanowski L. Quasi-Hermiticity in
Infinite-Dimensional Hilbert Spaces. //Phys. Lett.A. - 2004.- v.325,
N.2.  - p.112-117.  - Bibliogr.:15.

    81. Krol J. Exotic Smoothness and Noncommutative Spaces. The
Model-Theoretical Approach. //Found. Phys. - 2004.- v.34, N.5.  -
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    82. Matsumoto K. a.o.   Remarks on Additivity of the Holevo
Channel Capacity and of the Entanglement of Formation. //Commun.
Math. Phys. - 2004.- v.246, N.3.  - p.427-442.  - Bibliogr.:42.

    83. Ozdemir S.K. a.o.   Quantum Advantage Does Not Survive in
the Presence of a Corrupt Source: Optimal Strategies in Simultaneous
Move Games. //Phys. Lett.A. - 2004.- v.325, N.2.  - p.104-111.  -
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    84. Shor P.W. Equivalence of Additivity Questions in Quantum
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p.453-472.  - Bibliogr.:17.

    85. Sniady P. Factoriality of Bozejko-Speicher von Neumann
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    86. de-Muynck W.M. Towards a Neo-Copenhagen Interpretation of
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    87. Burov V.V. a.o.   Relating the Proton, Neutron and Deuteron
Structure Functions in the Covariant Bethe-Salpeter Formalism.
//Phys. Lett.B. - 2004.- v.587, N.3-4.  - p.175-183.  -
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    88. Bahri C. a.o.   Programs for Generating Clebsch-Gordan
Coefficients of SU(3) in SU(2) and SO(3) Bases. //Comput. Phys.
Commun. - 2004.- v.159, N.2.  - p.121-143.  - Bibliogr.:16.


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    89. Beneke M. a.o.   Effective Theory Calculation of Resonant
High-Energy Scattering. //Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.- v.686, N.1-2.  -
p.205-247.  - Bibliogr.:22.


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    90. Espinosa O., Stockmeyer E. Operator Representation for
Matsubara Sums. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065004.  -
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    91. Lesage F. a.o.   Logarithmic Lift of the su(2)&sub(-1/2)
Model. //Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.- v.686, N.3.  - p.313-346.  -
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    92. Sissakian A.N. a.o.   Possibility of a Dynamical Higgs
Mechanism and of the Pespective Phase Transition Induced by a
Boundary. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.061701(R).  -
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    93. Yu H., Wu P. Quantum Inequalities for the Free
Rarita-Schwinger Fields in Flat Spacetime. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.-
v.69, N.6.  - p.064008.  - Bibliogr.:35.


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    94. Hung P.Q., Tran N.-K. Kaluza-Klein Structure Associated with
a Fat Brane. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.064003.  -
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    95. Romatschke P., Strickland M. Energy Loss of a Heavy Fermion
in an Anisotropic QED Plasma. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  -
p.065005.  - Bibliogr.:16.


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    96. Babington J. a.o.   Chiral Symmetry Breaking and Pions in
Nonsupersymmetric Gauge/Gravity Duals. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.066007.  - Bibliogr.:39.

    97. Bar O. a.o.   Pions Versus Magnons: from QCD to
Antiferromagnets and Quantum Hall Ferromagnets. //Nucl. Phys.B. -
2004.- v.686, N.3.  - p.347-376.  - Bibliogr.:68.

    98. Bona C. a.o.   Symmetry-Breaking Mechanism for tbe Z4
General-Covariant Evolution System. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69,
N.6.  - p.064036.  - Bibliogr.:36.

    99. Das A., Frenkel J. Kontsevich Product and Gauge Invariance.
//Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065017.  - Bibliogr.:18.

    100. Dias A.G. a.o.   Dynamical Breakdown of Symmetry in a
(2+1)-Dimensional Model Containing the Chern-Simons Field. //Phys.
Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065011.  - Bibliogr.:16.

    101. Engelhardt M. a.o.   Center Vortex Model for the Infrared
Sector of SU(3) Yang-Mills Theory - Confinement and Deconfinement.
//Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.- v.685.  - p.227-248.  - Bibliogr.:34.

    102. Ford C., Pawlowski J.M. Doubly Periodic Instantons and
Their Constituents. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065006.
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    103. Tong D. Monopoles in the Higgs Phase. //Phys. Rev.D. -
2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065003.  - Bibliogr.:13.

    104. Zhou B.-R. Effective Potential for Composite Operators and
for an Auxiliary Scalar Field in a Nambu-Jona-Lasinio Model. //Phys.
Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065007.  - Bibliogr.:16.


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    105. Katz S.D., Toth B.C. Least-Squared Optimized Polynomials
for Smeared Link Actions. //Comput. Phys. Commun. - 2004.- v.158,
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    106. Takeda K., Nishimori H. Self-Dual Random-Plaquette Gauge
Model and the Quantum Toric Code. //Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.- v.686,
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    107. Vettorazzo M., de-Forcrand P. Electromagnetic Fluxes,
Monopoles, and the Order of 4d Compact U(1) Phase Transition.
//Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.- v.686, N.1-2.  - p.85-118.  - Bibliogr.:35.



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    108. Braun V.M. a.o.   Renormalon Approach to Higher-Twist
Distribution Amplitudes and the Convergence of the Conformal
Expansion. //Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.- v.685.  - p.171-226.  -
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    109. Cornwall J.M. Center-Vortex Baryonic Area Law. //Phys.
Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065013.  - Bibliogr.:10.

    110. Cornwall J.M. Relativistic Center-Vortex Dynamics of a
Confining Area Law. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  - p.065019.
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    111. Frenkel J., Taylor J.C. Distribution Functions for Hard
Thermal Particles in QCD. //Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.- v.685.  -
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    112. Lugones G., Horvath J.E. Primordial Nuggets Survival and
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    113. Abdalla M.C.B a.o.   Quantum States, Thermodynamic Limits,
and Entropy in M Theory. //Phys. Rev.D. - 2004.- v.69, N.6.  -
p.064002.  - Bibliogr.:26.

    114. Abel S.A., Schofield B.W. Brane-Antibrane Kinetic Mixing,
Millicharged Particles and SUSY Breaking. //Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.-
v.685.  - p.150-170.  - Bibliogr.:44.

    115. Anderson L.B, Wheeler J.T. Biconformal Supergravity and the
AdS/CFT Conjecture. //Nucl. Phys.B. - 2004.- v.686, N.1-2.  -
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    135. Barbosa G.D. Effective Potential and Spontaneous Symmetry
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    136. Denisov V.I. a.o.   Experiment for Measuring the
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    137. Ferraro R. 2D Born-Infeld Electrostatic Fields. //Phys.
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    138. Gayral V. a.o.   Moyal Planes are Spectral Triples.
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    139. Gutperle M., Krans P. D-Brane Dynamics in the c=1 Matrix
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    140. Yee H.-U., Yi P. Open/Closed Duality, Unstable D-Branes and
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    141. Arnone S. a.o.   Exact Scheme Independence at Two Loops.
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    143. Blaizot J.-P. a.o.   Renormalization of *F-Derivable
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    144. Cavalcanti R.M. Casimir Force on a Piston. //Phys. Rev.D. -
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    145. Glazek S.D. Harmonic Oscillator Force between Heavy Quarks.
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    148. Brzhezinskaya M.M. a.o.   *p-Plasmons in Ion-Irradiated
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    149. Chatterjee J., Das A.N. Role of the Superexchange
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    150. Chen J. a.o.   Electronic and Transport Properties of
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    151. Dobnikar J. a.o.   Poisson-Boltzmann Brownian Dynamics of
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    152. Ekiz C. Dimensionality Effects for the Spin-3/2 Ising
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    155. Grandy W.T.(Jr.) Time Evolution in Macroscopic Systems.
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    156. Guevara J. a.o.   Magnetic Trends in Mn&sub(n) Nanoclusters
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    157. Jalics J. Slow Waves in Mutually Inhibitory Neuronal
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    158. Ke J. a.o.   Two-Species Aggregation Processes with
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    159. Li J. a.o.   The Compensation Behavior of a Mixed Spin-2
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    161. Marolf D. a.o.   Notes on Spacetime Thermodynamic and the
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    165. Sahay S.S., Krishnan K. Modeling the Isochronal
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