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# by David Simmons-Duffin (http://www.physics.harvard.edu/~davidsd)
# March 2010
#
# This grammar is free from context, and also free for you to use
# however you like, although it's probably not a good idea to try
# actually submitting any of these to the arXiv. Feel free to suggest
# improvements or additions, particularly famous physicists or physics
# concepts with funny names that I forgot.
#
# The code grew organically over several hours, so it may be poorly
# organized, incomplete, and inconsistent. Hopefully the output
# reflects that.
######## Numbers ########
zdigit ::= 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
nzdigit ::= 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
smallinteger ::= <nzdigit> | <nzdigit><zdigit> | <nzdigit><zdigit>
n ::= n | m | <nzdigit>
######## Basic Algebra ########
ring ::= \Z | \Q | \R | \C | \mathbb{H}
group ::= <liegroup> | <discretegroup>
liegroup ::= SU(<n>) | Sp(<n>) | SO(<n>) | G_2 | F_4 | E_6 | E_7 | E_8 |
Spin(<n>)
discretegroup ::= \Z | \Z_<n> | \Z^<n> | Hom(<ring>,<ring>) | H^<n>(<mathspace>,<ring>)
| H_<n>(<mathspace>,<ring>) | Ext^<n>(<ring>,<ring>) | M_<n>(<ring>) | SL_<n>(<ring>)
| Dih_<n>
groupaction ::= orbifold | quotient
######## Spaces ########
space ::= <pluralspace> | <singspace> | <mathspace>
singspace ::= a <spacetype> | a <spaceadj> <spacetype> | <properspacename> | <spaceadj> <properspacename>
| <mathspace> | <mathspace>
| a <bundletype> bundle over <space> | <singspace> fibered over <singspace>
| the moduli space of <pluralspace> | a <spacetype> <spaceproperty>
| the <spacepart> of <space> | a <group> <groupaction> of <singspace>
| the near horizon geometry of <singspace>
pluralspace ::= <spacetype>s | <spaceadj> <spacetype>s | <n> copies of <mathspace> |
<pluralspace> fibered over <space> |
<spacetype>s <spaceproperty> |
<bundletype> bundles over <space> | moduli spaces of <pluralspace> | <group> <groupaction>s of <pluralspace>
spaceadj ::= <spaceadj> <spaceadj> | warped | squashed | non-compact | compact |
hyper-Kahler | Kahler | exotic | projective | noncommutative | fuzzy |
elliptically-fibered | spin | hyperbolic | Einstein | Ricci-flat | Euclidean |
Minkowskian | planar | harmonic | symplectic | ALE | ALF
spaceproperty ::= of <group> holonomy | with <mathadj> <mathobj>
bundletype ::= <group> | line | affine | <mathspace>
spacetype ::= Calabi-Yau <n>-fold| Riemann surface| manifold| <n>-fold| <n>-manifold|
symmetric space| K3| del-Pezzo| Klebanov-Strassler background| RS1 background|
lens space| Hirzebruch surface| Enriques surface| rational surface| ALE fibration|
ALF space| linear dilaton background| Atiyah-Hitchen manifold
generalspacetype ::= surface | line | hyperplane | hypersurface
properspacename ::= Anti de Sitter Space | de Sitter Space | Taub-NUT Space | superspace
mathspace ::= AdS_<n> | S^<n> | R^<n> | CY_<n> | C^<n>
| dS_<n> | T^<n> | <mathspace> x <mathspace> | P^<n>
spacepart ::= boundary | conformal boundary | null future | horizon | NUT
######## More Mathematics ########
mapping ::=
function | mapping | homomorphism | homeomorphism | isomorphism
| surjective <mapping> | injective <mapping> | holomorphism
| biholomorphism | isometry
mathadj ::= trivial | nontrivial | zero | nonzero | general | discrete | abelian
| non-abelian | equivariant | <symmetry> symmetric
mathobj ::= fundamental group | cohomology | homology | torsion | monodromy
| spin-structure | dimension | complex-structure | flux | B-field
| H-flux
representation ::= adjoint| symmetric tensor| antisymmetric tensor| singlet| doublet| triplet
######## Theories ########
theory ::= <singtheory> | <pluraltheory>
singtheory ::= <singqft> <theorymodifier> | <singstringtheory> <theorymodifier>
pluraltheory ::= <pluralqft> <theorymodifier> | <pluralstringtheory> <theorymodifier>
theorymodifier ::= || <compactified> on <space> | deformed by <operator>s | on <space>
| <near> <theoryobj>
compactified ::= living | compactified | dimensionally reduced | supported
near ::= in the presence of | near | surrounded by | far from
qft ::= <singqft> | <singqft> | <singqft> | <pluralqft>
singqft ::= <properqft> | <qftadj> <properqft> | <properqft> <qftproperty>
| a <qftadj> <genericqft>
pluralqft ::= <qftadj> <genericqft>s
qftadj ::= | <qftadj> <qftadj> | supersymmetric | N=<nzdigit> | adjoint | superconformal
| conformal | extremal | chiral | topological | <n>-dimensional | twisted
| topologically twisted | deformed | perturbative | nonperturbative | Toda | WZW
qftproperty ::= with <qftobj>
qftobj ::= a <operator> | <operator>s | <mathadj> superpotential | <mathadj> kahler potential
| <representation> <field>s | a <representation> <field>
| gauge group <liegroup> | a <mathadj> deformation | a <optype> defect
genericqft ::= QFT| CFT| Matrix Model| TQFT| <theorytype> Theory
theorytype ::= Effective Field | Quantum Field | Conformal Field | Soft-Collinear Effective | Topological Field
| Heavy Quark Effective | low-energy Effective | String | Yang-Mills | Chern-Simons | gauge
properqft ::= QCD | QED | supergravity | unparticle physics
stringtheory ::= <singstringtheory> | <pluralstringtheory>
singstringtheory ::= String Theory | F-Theory | M-Theory | Heterotic string theory
| Topological String Theory | type IIA | type IIB
pluralstringtheory ::= String theories | Heterotic strings | type IIA strings | type IIB strings
| type I strings | topological strings | bosonic strings
######## Physics Objects ########
theoryobj ::= <singtheoryobj> | <pluraltheoryobj>
singtheoryobj ::= a <bhadj> black hole | a <singularityadj> singularity | a <branetype> brane <braneaction>
| a stack of <branetype> branes <braneaction> | a <generalspacetype> defect | an instanton
| an orientifold plane | a <branetype> instanton | a <branetype> brane probe
pluraltheoryobj ::= <bhadj> black holes | <singularityadj> singularities
| <branetype> branes <braneaction> | <generalspacetype> defects
| orientifold planes | <branetype> instantons | instantons
bhadj ::= orientifold | BTZ | Kerr | Reisner-Nordstrom | small | large
| Schwarzschild | <branetype> brane | massive | extremal
singularityadj ::= A_<n> | B_<n> | C_<n> | D_<n> | E_6 | E_7 | E_8 | G_2 | F_4 | conifold
| conical | ADE | orbifold | du Val | Kleinian | rational double-point | canonical
| exceptional | <physicist>
branetype ::= NS5 | D<nzdigit> | (p,q) 7- | (p,q) | noncommutative | black | fractional D<nzdigit>
| special lagrangian | canonical co-isotropic | holomorphic | A-type | B-type
braneaction ::= | wrapping a <mathspace> | wrapped on <singspace>
operator ::= <optype> operator| Chern-Simons term| <optype> F-term| Wilson line| 't Hooft line|
<generalspacetype> operator| <optype> D-term
optype ::= primary | quasi-primary | marginal | relevant | irrelevant | four-quark | multi-fermion
| loop | local | nonlocal | BPS
field ::= boson| fermion| gauge-field| <n>-form| scalar
objectplace ::= at the center of the galaxy | in our solar system | on the surface of the sun
| at the edge of our universe | in the CMB | at the LHC | at the Tevatron
| at SNO | at ATLAS | in the interstellar medium | at DAMA | at CDMS
| in the early universe | during inflation | after reheating | at the GUT scale
| at the weak scale | at $\Lambda_{QCD}$ | at the intermediate scale | at the Planck scale
######## Model ########
model ::= <singmodel> | <pluralmodel>
singmodel ::= a model of <physsubject> | a model for <physsubject> | a <physadj> model <modelmodifier>
| the <propermodel> | the <physadj> <propermodel> | <physadj> <generalmodel>
| <inflationadj> inflation | <generalmodel> | <generalmodel> | <physicist> <generalmodel>
pluralmodel ::= models of <physsubject> | <physadj> models <modelmodifier> | models of <particle>s
modelmodifier ::= | of <physsubject> | for <physsubject> | with <particle>s
propermodel ::= Standard Model | MSSM | <nnnn>MSSM | Thirring Model | Ising Model
| XXZ Model | O(n) Model | <physicist> Model | Landau-Ginzburg Model
| A-model | B-model
nnnn ::= N | N<nnnn>
generalmodel ::= gravity | general relativity | RS1 | RS2 | technicolor
| gauge mediation | anomaly mediation | <properqft>
| <dynadjective> mechanics | <dynadjective> dynamics | hydrodynamics
| thermodynamics | unparticle physics
dynadjective ::= quantum | <physicist> | <physadj>
######## Adjectives ########
physadj ::= <physadj> <physadj> | non-<physadj>
| <nondescriptivephysadj> | <descriptivephysadj>
| <nondescriptivephysadj> | <descriptivephysadj>
| <nondescriptivephysadj> | <descriptivephysadj>
| <nondescriptivephysadj> | <descriptivephysadj>
| <nondescriptivephysadj> | <descriptivephysadj>
| <nondescriptivephysadj> | <descriptivephysadj>
| <nondescriptivephysadj> | <descriptivephysadj>
nondescriptivephysadj ::=
seesaw | curvaton | hybrid | quantum | loop | cosmon
| scalar | <particle> | <physsubject> | isocurvature | <branetype> brane
| condensate | three-fluid | multi-field | variable mass
| particle | matrix | lattice | inflaton | bulk | boundary | halo
| braneworld | GUT | <liegroup> | scalar field | RS
| flavor | Landau-Ginzburg | Planck | <physicist> | left-right
| large-N | parent | QCD | QED | BPS | unparticle | high-scale | low-scale
| large mass
descriptivephysadj ::=
non-gaussian | simple | inflationary | <inflationadj> inflationary
| exactly-soluble | unified | minimal | quantum | linear | nonlinear
| gravitational | quantum gravitational | cosmological | supersymmetric
| holographic | entropic | alternative | nonstandard | multidimensional
| nonlocal | chiral | phenomenological | nonperturbative | perturbative
| warped | <n>-dimensional | conformal | modified | supergravity mediated
| gauge mediated | anomaly mediated | superconformal | extra-ordinary
| general | anthropic | nilpotent | asymmetric | <symmetry> symmetric
| <symmetry> invariant | spontaneous | thermodynamic | planar | inertial
| metastable | unstable | tachyonic | transverse | longitudinal
| momentum-dependent | exclusive | diffractive | dynamical | effective
| acoustic | primordial | possible | impossible | calculable | predictive
| unconventional | macroscopic | microscopic | holomorphic
| consistent | inconsistent | anomalous
inflationadj ::= <inflationadj> <inflationadj> | <inflationadj> <inflationadj>
| <inflationadj> <inflationadj> | <inflationadj> <inflationadj>
| $D$-Term | anisotropic | asymptotic | brane | braneworld chaotic
| Brans-Dicke | chaotic | cosmological | de Sitter | double
| dynamical | elastic | extended | extranatural | F-term | hybrid | false vacuum
| first-order | general | generalized assisted | higher-curvature | hyper
| inflatonless | inspired | inverted | K | large-scale | late-time
| mild | low scale | modular invariant | multi-component | multi-field stochastic
| multi-field | mutated | natural | new | $\Omega<1$ | assisted | brane-assisted
| tachyonic | liouville | open | Cobe-Dmr-normalized | D-term | dissipative
| supersymmetric | eternal | extended | extreme | facilitated | warm
| generalized | gravitoelectromagnetic | holographic | induced | inhomogeneous
| intermediate | kinetic | local | mass | moduli | slow-roll | multi-scalar
| supergravity | natural | boundary | cosmic | dominated | early
| exact | fake | field line | fresh | gravity driven | induced-gravity
| intermediate scale | Jordan-Brans-Dicke | large field | locked
| massive | monopole | multiple | multiple-stage | supergravity
| non-slow-roll | old | particle physics | pole-like | power-law mass
| precise | pseudonatural | quasi-open | racetrack | running-mass
| simple | single scalar | single-bubble | spacetime | noncommutative
| standard | steady-state | successful | sunergistic | tensor field
| thermal brane | tilted ghost | topological | tsunami | unified | weak scale
| noise-induced | one-bubble | open-universe | patch | polynomial | primary
| quadratic | quintessential | rapid | asymmetric | scalar-tensor
| non-canonical | smooth | spin-driven | Starobinsky | stochastic
| string-forming | TeV-scale | three form | topological defect | viable
| weak-dissipative | nonminimal | oscillating | phantom | power law
| pre-big-bang | primordial | quantum | R-invariant | running
| shear-free | rotating | slinky | spinodal | thermal | tidal | tree-level
| two-stage | anthropic
######## Physicist ########
physicist ::= <physicistname> | <physicistname> | <physicistname>-<physicistname>
physicistname ::=
Weinberg | Feynman | Witten | Seiberg | Polchinski | Intrilligator
| Vafa | Randall | Sundrum | Strominger | Georgi | Glashow | Coleman
| Bohr | Fermi | Heisenberg | Maldacena | Einstein | Kachru | Arkani-Hamed
| Schwinger | Higgs | Hitchin | Hawking | Stueckelberg | Unruh | Aranov-Bohm
| 't Hooft | Silverstein | Horava | Lifschitz | Beckenstein | Planck
| Euler | Lagrange | Maxwell | Boltzmann | Lorentz | Poincare | Susskind
| Polyakov | Gell-Mann | Penrose | Dyson | Dirac | Argyres | Douglass
| Gross | Politzer | Cabibo | Kobayashi | Denef | Shenker | Moore
| Nekrosov | Gaiotto | Motl | Strassler | Klebanov | Nelson | Gubser
| Verlinde | Bogoliubov | Schwartz
######## Concepts ########
mathconcept ::= <singmathconcept> | <pluralmathconcept>
singmathconcept ::= integrability | perturbation theory | localization
| duality | chaos | <mathadj> structure | <physicist>'s equation
| dimensionality | <dualtype>-duality | unitarity
| representation theory | Clebsch-Gordon decomposition
| sheaf cohomology | anomaly matching |
pluralmathconcept ::= gerbs | path integrals | Feynman diagrams | <mathadj> structures
| <physicist> equations | <physicistname>'s equations | conformal blocks
| <optype> operators | <dualtype>-dualities | <physicist> points | <group> characters
| central charges | charges | currents | representations | <physicist> conditions
| symplectic quotients | hyperkahler quotients | Nahm's equations | vortices
| vortex equations | Hilbert schemes | integration cycles | divisors | line bundles
| index theorems | flow equations | metrics | Gromov-Witten invariants
| Gopakumar-Vafa invariants | Donaldson polynomials
physconcept ::= <pluralphysconcept> | <singphysconcept>
pluralphysconcept ::=
examples of <physconcept> | equations of <theory> | <n>-point correlators
| <symmetry> algebras | fragmentation functions | decay constants | anomaly constraints
| anomalous dimensions | PDFs | observables | effects of <physconcept> | partition functions
| <particle> collisions | <physadj> effects | <physadj> parameters | <physadj> hierarchies
| <physconceptnoun> | <physadj> <physconceptnoun> | amplitudes | scattering amplitudes
| geometric transitions
singphysconcept ::= <symmviol> <symmetry> invariance | <symmviol> <symmetry> symmetry
| <symmetry> symmetry breaking | <mechanism> | confinement | the <physadj> limit
| the <physadj> law | the <symmetry> algebra | the beta function
| the Wilsonian effective action | the <n>PI effective action
| the partition function | <particle> production | the effective potential
| renormalization | regularization | backreaction | AdS/CFT | the partition function
| a <physadj> hierarchy | the <physicist> formalism | the <physadj> formalism
| <physadj> regularization | the 't Hooft anomaly matching condition
| the S-matrix | the Hamiltonian | the Lagrangian | the omega deformation
| the <physadj> Hilbert space | the Hilbert space | "<singphysconcept>"
| <effect> | the OPE | IR behavior | UV behavior | a warped throat
| a holographic superconductor | the <particle> charge | the <particle> gyromagnetic ratio
physconceptnoun ::= sectors | vacua | solutions | states | geometries | currents
| backgrounds | wavefunctions | excitations | branching ratios | amplitudes
| decays | exotics | corrections | interactions | inhomogeneities
| correlation functions
dualtype ::=T|U|S|magnetic|electric|gravitational|boundary|Seiberg|Geometric Langlands
symmviol ::= | violation of | <physadj> violation of | breaking of
symmetry ::= dilation | translation | rotation | Lorentz | conformal | superconformal
| super | Poincare | worldsheet | diffeomorphism | superdiffeomorphism | <liegroup>
| dual-superconformal | Yangian | Virosoro
mechanism ::= the <mechanismadj> mechanism | the <physadj> <mechanismadj> mechanism
mechanismadj ::= Higgs | seesaw | <physicist> | attractor | anomaly inflow | reheating
| SuperHiggs | confinement
effect ::= the <effectadj> effect | the <physadj> <effectadj> effect | <physadj> effects
effectadj ::= <physicist> | quantum Hall | Unruh | Stark | Casimir
######## Subject ########
physsubject ::= <singphyssubject> | <pluralphyssubject>
singphyssubject ::=
quintessence | <inflationadj> inflation | inflation | dark matter | dark energy
| spacetime foam | instanton gas | entropy | entanglement entropy | flavor
| bubble nucleation
pluralphyssubject ::=
condensates | <branetype> branes | cosmic rays | instanton liquids
| <physadj> fluctuations | bubbles
particle ::= hadron| lepton| quark| neutrino| electron| positron| WIMP|
slepton| squark| kk graviton| gluon| W-boson| Z-boson| neutralino|
chargino| ghost| axion| monopole| soliton| dion| kaon| B-meson| pion|
heavy-ion| Higgs
subject ::= <singsubject> | <pluralsubject>
pluralsubject ::= <pluralmodel> | <pluraltheoryobj> | <particle>s
| <pluralphysconcept> in <modeltheory>
| <pluralmathconcept> in <theory> | <mathadj> <pluralmathconcept>
| <pluralphysconcept> | <pluraltheory> | <pluralphyssubject> <objectplace>
| <pluraltheoryobj> <objectplace> | some <specific> <examples>
| <pluralmathconcept> on <space>
specific ::= specific | general | particular | conspicuous | little-known
examples ::= cases | examples | illustrations | computations | frameworks | paradigms
singsubject ::= <singmodel> | <singtheory> | <singtheoryobj> | <problem>
| <solution> | <studyingverb> <modeltheory>
| <article> <physadj> <actiondone> of <modeltheory> | <singphysconcept> in <modeltheory>
| <singmathconcept> in <theory> | <mathadj> <singmathconcept>
| <singphysconcept> | the <actiondone> of <modeltheory>
| <article> <actiondone> of <mathconcept> in <modeltheory>
| the <correspondent>/<correspondent> correspondence
| <article> <dualtype>-dual of <modeltheory> | <dualtype>-duality in <modeltheory>
| <singtheoryobj> <objectplace> | <singphyssubject> <objectplace>
| <singsubject> (<including> <subject>) | <singmathconcept> on <space>
| <singmathconcept> | a certain notion of <singmathconcept>
modeltheory ::= <model> | <theory>
including ::= including | excluding | involving | taking into account
correspondent ::= <generalmodel> | <propermodel> | <properqft> | <genericqft> | <mathspace>
solution ::= <article> solution <solved> | <article> <soladj> solution <solved>
| <article> solution <solved> <via> <subject>
| <article> <soladj> solution <solved> <via> <subject>
| a resolution of <problem> | a <soladj> resolution of <problem>
| a <soladj> approach to <problem>
solved ::= to <problem> | of <theory>
via ::= via | through | from | by
soladj ::= better | new | beautiful | quantum | physical | old | clever
| minimal | non-minimal | <physadj> | anthropic | entropic | possible
| probable | partial
problem ::= the <problemtype> problem
problemtype ::= hierarchy | flavor | cosmological constant | lithium | mu
| strong CP | naturalness | little hierarchy | SUSY CP | LHC inverse
| cosmic coincidence | U(1) | fine-tuning | mu/B_mu | confinement
######## Verbs ########
verb ::= derive | obtain | deduce | discover | find
| conjecture | check | calculate | predict
verbed ::= derived | obtained | deduced | discovered | found | conjectured
| realized | checked | calculated | predicted
studyverb ::= study | solve | investigate | demystify | bound
| classify | obtain | derive | generalize | explore
| examine | consider | analyze | evaluate | review
| survey | explain | clarify | shed light on
| extend | construct | reconstruct | calculate | discuss
| formulate | reformulate | understand
studyingverb ::= studying | solving | investigating | demystifying | bounding
| classifying | obtaining | deriving | generalizing | exploring
| examining | considering | analyzing | evaluating | reviewing
| surveying | explaining | clarifying | formulating | reformulating
| extending | constructing | reconstructing | discussing | understanding
studiedverb ::= studied | solved | investigated | demystified | bounded
| classified | obtained | derived | generalized | explored
| examined | considered | analyzed | evaluated | reviewed
| surveyed | recalled | explained | clarified | extended | constructed
| reconstructed | discussed | understood
singbeingverb ::= exists | is present | must be there | must be present | does not exist
revealed ::= revealed | produced | led to | led us to | exposed | uncovered
singstatementverb ::= is | is equivalent to | is related to | derives from
| reduces to | follows from | lets us <studyverb>
| can be interpreted as | can be <verbed> from | turns out to be equivalent to
| relates to | depends on | <adverb> <singstatementverb>
| can be incorporated into | can be brought to bear in <studyingverb>
| is useful for <studyingverb> | is the final component in <studyingverb>
pluralstatementverb ::= are the same as | are equivalent to | are related to
| let us <studyverb> | can compute | follow from | can be interpreted as
| can be <verbed> from | turn out to be equivalent to | relate to | depend on
| derive from | reduce to | <adverb> <pluralstatementverb>
| can be incorporated into | can be brought to bear in <studyingverb>
| are useful for <studyingverb> | relate <subject> to
yields ::= yields | gives | provides | produces | gives rise to
prove ::= prove | show | demonstrate | establish | illustrate | determine | confirm | verify
contradict ::= contradict | disagree with | agree with | find inconsistencies with | argue against
| run counter to | cannot corroborate | cannot support | challenge | fail to <prove>
######## Language ########
capital ::= A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z
article ::= a | the
adverb ::= remarkably | actually | interestingly | however | moreover | therefore | thus
| consequently | curiously | fortunately | unfortunately | surprisingly | unsurprisingly
| quite simply | in short
recently ::= recently | in recent years | in recent papers | over the last decade
| in the 20th century | among particle physicists | among mathematicians
thereby ::= <thereby> <thereby> | thereby | completely | conclusively | wholly
| thoroughly | fully | ultimately | unambiguously
motivated ::= motivated by this | inspired by this | continuing in this vein
| continuing with this program
assuming ::= if | whenever | provided that | supposing that | assuming | assuming that
| as long as | given that
preposition ::= after | before | while | when
whenphrase ::= <preposition> <studyingverb> <subject>
actiondone ::= reduction | compactification | formulation | extension | solution | analytic continuation
qualifier ::= at least in the context of <subject> | without regard to <subject>
| in the approximation that <statement> | in the limit that <statement>
| as realized in <subject> | as hinted at by <physicist>
| as revealed by <mathconcept> | by <symmetry> symmetry | by symmetry
| whenever <statement> | as we will see in this paper | with the help of <subject>
| as will be made clear | as will be <studiedverb> shortly | in the <singmathconcept> case
inorderto ::= to <prove> that <statement> | in order to <prove> that <statement>
| in order to avoid <studyingverb> <subject> | to best <studyverb> <subject>
| to <studyverb> <subject> | to <studyverb> recent results linking <subject> and <subject>
| in a way that <yields> <subject> | to explore questions such as the <singmathconcept> conjecture
was ::= has been | was
muchwork ::= much work <was> done | interesting progress <was> made
| substantial progress has been made | minimal progress <was> made
| some work <was> done | little work <was> done | a fair amount of work <was> done
| partial progress <was> made
test ::= <computation> | test | probe | measurement | check
computation ::= computation | calculation | determination
correspondence ::= correspondence | conjecture | theorem | result
fact ::= fact | truth | principle | law | theorem | rule | pattern
| structure | framework | edifice
thesame ::= the same | the very same | our very same | our | the exact same | a previously studied
beautiful ::= beautiful | surprising | elegant | pretty | arresting | charming
| simple | ingenious | sophisticated | intricate | elaborate | detailed
| confusing | bewildering | perplexing | elaborate | involved | complicated
| startling | unforseen | amazing | extraordinary | remarkable
| shocking | unexpected | deep | mysterious | profound | unsurprising
| essential | fundamental | crucial | critical | key | important
######## Statements & Sentences ########
statement ::= <singsubject> <singstatementverb> <singsubject> | <pluralsubject> <pluralstatementverb> <subject>
| <singsubject> is <descriptivephysadj> | <pluralsubject> are <descriptivephysadj>
asentence ::=
<asentence>, <qualifier>
| <recently>, <muchwork> on <model>
| <recently>, <muchwork> <studyingverb> <theory>
| <recently>, <muchwork> on <model> <inorderto>
| <recently>, <muchwork> <studyingverb> <theory> <inorderto>
| <muchwork> <recently> on <model>
| <muchwork> <recently> <studyingverb> <theory>
| <recently>, work on <model> has opened up a <descriptivephysadj> class of <physadj> models
| <recently>, <physicistname> <studiedverb> <subject>
| <recently>, <physicistname> <verbed> that <statement>
| <asentence>. we take a <descriptivephysadj> approach
| <asentence>. <motivated>, <bsentence>
| <singsubject> offers the possibility of <studyingverb> <subject>
| <subject> <yields> a <beautiful> framework for <studyingverb> <subject>
| <singsubject> is usually <verbed> <via> <subject>
| <pluralsubject> are usually <verbed> <via> <subject>
bsentence ::=
<bsentence>, <qualifier>
| <inorderto>, <bsentence>
| we <studyverb> <subject>
| we solve <problem>
| we take a <descriptivephysadj> approach to <subject>
| we <prove> that <statement>
| we <prove> a <beautiful> correspondence between <subject> and <subject>
| <bsentence>, and <studyverb> <subject>
| <bsentence>, and <verb> that <statement>
| <bsentence>, and <verb> that, <qualifier>, <statement>
| <bsentence>, <thereby> <studyingverb> that <statement>
| <via> <studyingverb> <pluralmathconcept>, we <studyverb> <subject>
| <via> <studyingverb> <physconcept>, we <studyverb> <subject>
| we <verb> evidence for <subject>
| using the behavior of <singsubject>, we <studyverb> <subject>
| we present a criterion for <subject>
| we make contact with <subject>, <adverb> <studyingverb> <subject>
| we make contact between <subject> and <subject>
| we <studyverb> why <statement>
| we use <subject> to <studyverb> <subject>
| we use <subject>, together with <subject> to <studyverb> <subject>
| in this paper, <bsentence>
csentence ::=
<csentence>, <qualifier>
| <motivated>, <bsentence>
| we take a <descriptivephysadj> approach
| <adverb>, <statement>
| next, <bsentence>
| <singtheory> is also <studiedverb>
| <pluraltheory> are also <studiedverb>
| <singmodel> is also <studiedverb>
| <pluralmodel> are also <studiedverb>
| <singphysconcept> is also <studiedverb>
| <pluralphysconcept> are also <studiedverb>
| we <thereby> <prove> a <beautiful> correspondence between <subject> and <subject>
| we also <verb> agreement with <subject>
| the <computation> of <physconcept> localizes to <space>
| <statement> <assuming> <statement>
| <subject> <revealed> a <beautiful> <fact>: <statement>
| <studyingverb> is made easier by <studyingverb> <subject>
| our <computation> of <subject> <yields> <subject>
| as an interesting outcome of this work for <subject>, <bsentence>
| <csentence>, <studyingverb> <subject>
| <adverb>, <singsubject> <singstatementverb> <thesame> <singmathconcept>
| we therefore <contradict> a result of <physicistname> that <statement>
| this probably <singstatementverb> <subject>, though we've been unable to <prove> a <correspondence>
| this is most likely a result of <physsubject>, an observation first mentioned in work on <subject>
| this <yields> an extremely precise <test> of <singphysconcept>
| the <singmathconcept> depends, <adverb>, on whether <statement>
| a <beautiful> part of this analysis <singstatementverb> <subject>
| in this <correspondence>, <singsubject> makes a <beautiful> appearance
| why this happens can be <studiedverb> by <studyingverb> <subject>
| the title of this article refers to <subject>
| we <verb> that <singtheoryobj> <singbeingverb> <qualifier>
| this <correspondence> has long been understood in terms of <subject>
dsentence ::=
<dsentence>, <qualifier>
| <whenphrase>, we <verb> that <statement> | <statement>
| <whenphrase>, we <verb> that, <qualifier>, <statement>
| <dsentence>. <adverb>, <dsentence> | our results <prove> that <statement>
closing ::= finally, <bsentence>
| <adverb>, there is much to be done
| we hope this paper provides a good starting point for <studyingverb> <subject>
| we leave the rest for future study
| <adverb>, <singsubject> is beyond the scope of this paper
| we will provide more details in a future paper
| our results are similar to work done by <physicistname>
| we believe this is indicative of a <beautiful> <fact>
| given this, our work may seem quite <beautiful>
abstract ::=
<asentence>. <bsentence>. <csentence>. <dsentence>.
| <asentence>. <adverb>, <asentence>. <bsentence>. <csentence>. <dsentence>.
| <asentence>. <bsentence>. <csentence>. <dsentence>. <closing>.
| <asentence>. <adverb>, <asentence>. <bsentence>. <csentence>. <dsentence>. <closing>.
| <statement>. <csentence>. <csentence>. <dsentence>.
| <statement>. <adverb>, <asentence>. <csentence>. <csentence>. <dsentence>.
| <statement>. <adverb>, <asentence>. <csentence>. <csentence>. <dsentence>. <closing>.
| <bsentence>. <csentence>. <adverb>, <asentence>. <csentence>. <csentence>. <dsentence>.
| <bsentence>. <csentence>. <dsentence>. <adverb>, <asentence>. <csentence>. <closing>.
title ::= <subject> | <fancytitle> | <fancytitle>
fancytitle ::= <subject> and <subject> | <subject> and <subject>
| <subject> and <subject>
| from <subject> to <subject>
| <subject> <verbed> <via> <pluralmathconcept> | towards <subject>
| <subject> <via> <subject> | <subject> as <subject>
| <studyingverb> <subject> | <studyingverb> <subject>: <subject>
| <soladj> approaches to <problem>
| why <pluralsubject> are <descriptivephysadj>
| <studyingverb> <subject>: a <descriptivephysadj> approach
| on <subject> | progress in <subject>
author ::= <capital>. <physicistname> | <capital>. <capital>. <physicistname>
authors ::= <author> | <author>, <authors>
morecomments ::= <smallinteger> figures | JHEP style | Latex file | no figures | BibTeX
| JHEP3 | typos corrected | <nzdigit> tables | added refs | minor changes
| minor corrections | published in PRD | reference added | pdflatex
| based on a talk given on <physicistname>'s <nzdigit>0th birthday
| talk presented at the international <pluralphysconcept> workshop
comments ::= <smallinteger> pages | <comments>, <morecomments>
primarysubj ::= High Energy Physics - Theory (hep-th)| High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph)|
secondarysubj ::= Nuclear Theory (nucl-th)| Cosmology and Extragalactic Astrophysics (astro-ph.CO)|
General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (gr-qc)| Statistical Mechanics (cond-mat.stat-mech)
papersubjects ::= <primarysubj> | <papersubjects>; <secondarysubj>
paper ::= <title> \\ <authors> \\ <comments> \\ <papersubjects> \\ <abstract>