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HAL-CEA Univ-Paris-Saclay

Publications of the CEA research units involved in Paris-Saclay university

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Simulation Background Calibration Resonance production Physics Parton distribution function Machine learning Coupling constant upper limit Higher-order 1 Stability New physics search for Jet bottom Linac Beyond Standard Model Final state njet lepton Detector design Bottom pair production Gravitational radiation Elementary Particles and Fields Hadron-Hadron scattering experiments Transverse momentum missing-energy Cosmological model CERN Lab Electron pair production 5020 GeV-cms/nucleon 13000 GeV-cms Electroweak interaction Activity report Dark matter Quark gluon plasma Performance Large-scale structure of Universe Electron Geometry CMS CERN LHC Coll Signature Correlation function Panoply Hydrodynamics Higgs particle hadronic decay Final state njet dilepton Dark energy Experimental results Structure Rapidity Phase space Numerical calculations Monte Carlo Double-beta decay 0neutrino ATLAS 8000 GeV-cms Monte Carlo Channel cross section branching ratio upper limit Irradiation P nucleus scattering Mass dependence Perturbation theory higher-order New physics P p scattering Data analysis method Higgs physics Energy high Climate change Channel cross section upper limit Higgs particle hadroproduction Differential cross section measured Muon Z0 leptonic decay Bottom particle identification P p colliding beams Supersymmetry Heavy ion scattering Top pair production Transverse momentum dependence Cosmology observations W leptonic decay ALICE Bolometer Kinematics HESS Neutrino oscillation Jet transverse momentum Numerical calculations Z0 associated production Particle Physics Experiments Gravitation Correlation Muon pair production Channel cross section measured Quantum chromodynamics perturbation theory Quantum chromodynamics Galaxy Lead Sensitivity Cavity Transverse momentum Programming Statistical analysis Effective field theory Rapidity dependence