# Published Articles

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2021-03-04
06:40
 High-energy collisions of hadrons: what are the dynamical mechanisms? / Van Hove, L (CERN) A survey is given of the two dominant mechanisms which have been recognized to operate in high-energy collisions of hadrons, namely diffraction scattering and reggeized article exchange. The main characteristics of these mechanisms are discussed on the basis of the experimental evidence from two-body processes. [...] 1969 - 15 p. - Published in : , pp. 107-121 Fulltext: PDF; In : International Symposium on Contemporary Physics v1: Theory of condensed matter and related problems, plasma physics, turbulence quantum optics and statistical mechanics, astrophysics quasars and pulsars, gravitational theory and cosmology, Trieste, Italy, 7 - 28 Jun 1968, pp.107-121

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 Families of Regge Trajectories / Toller, M (CERN) FAMILIES OF REGGE TRAJECTORIES. It is shown that the factorization property and the analyticity constraints in the Regge pole hypothesis give rise to the appearance of the parity doublets and of a new quantum number M. [...] 1969 - 5 p. - Published in : (1969) , pp. 151-155 Fulltext: PDF; In : International Symposium on Contemporary Physics v1: Theory of condensed matter and related problems, plasma physics, turbulence quantum optics and statistical mechanics, astrophysics quasars and pulsars, gravitational theory and cosmology, Trieste, Italy, 7 - 28 Jun 1968, pp.151-155

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 Microstructure in Nuclear Spectra At High Excitation / Ericson, Torleif Erik Oskar (CERN) MiCROSTRUCTURE IN NUCLEAR SPECTRA AT HIGH EXCITATION. The statistical microstructure of highly excited systems is illustrated by the distribution and fluctuations of levels, widths and cross-sections of nuclei both for the case of sharp resonances and the continuum case. [...] 1969 - Published in : (1969) , pp. 371 Fulltext: PDF; In : International Symposium on Contemporary Physics v1: Theory of condensed matter and related problems, plasma physics, turbulence quantum optics and statistical mechanics, astrophysics quasars and pulsars, gravitational theory and cosmology, Trieste, Italy, 7 - 28 Jun 1968, pp.371

2021-03-04
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 Determining the lifetime of long-lived particles at the HL-LHC / Banerjee, Shankha (Durham U., IPPP) ; Bhattacherjee, Biplob (Bangalore, Indian Inst. Sci.) ; Goudelis, Andreas (Clermont-Ferrand U.) ; Herrmann, Björn (Annecy, LAPTH) ; Sengupta, Dipan (UC, San Diego) ; Sengupta, Rhitaja (Bangalore, Indian Inst. Sci.) We examine the capacity of the Large Hadron Collider to determine the mean proper lifetime of long-lived particles assuming different decay final states. We employ model-dependent and model-independent methods in order to reconstruct the proper lifetime of neutral long-lived particles decaying into displaced leptons or jets, potentially accompanied by missing energy, as well as charged long-lived particles decaying into leptons and missing energy. [...] arXiv:1912.06669; IPPP/19/94; LAPTH-051/19.- 2021-02-19 - 35 p. - Published in : Eur. Phys. J. C 81 (2021) 172 Article from SCOAP3: PDF; Fulltext: PDF;

2021-03-04
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 Effect of limited statistics on higher order cumulants measurement in heavy-ion collision experiments / Pandav, Ashish (NISER, Jatni) ; Mallick, Debasish (NISER, Jatni) ; Mohanty, Bedangadas (NISER, Jatni ; CERN) We have studied the effect of limited statistics of data on measurement of the different order of cumulants of net-proton distribution assuming that the proton and antiproton distributions follow Possionian and Binomial distributions with initial parameters determined from experimental results for two top center of mass energies ($\sqrt{s_{\mathrm{NN}}}=200$ and $62.4$ GeV) in most central ($0-5$%) Au$+$Au collisions at Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC). In this simulation, we observe that the central values for higher order cumulants have a strong dependence on event sample size and due to statistical randomness the central values of higher order cumulants could become negative. [...] arXiv:1809.08892.- 2019-11 - 21 p. - Published in : Nucl. Phys. A 991 (2019) 121608

2021-03-03
06:35
 The IPPOG Resource Database: Making particle physics outreach & education available worldwide / Lapka, Marzena (CERN) ; Goldfarb, Steven (U. Melbourne (main)) The International Particle Physics Outreach Group (IPPOG) is a network of scientists, science educators and communication specialists working across the globe in informal science education and outreach for particle physics. Members initiate, develop and participate in a variety of activities in classrooms, public events, festivals, exhibitions, museums, institute open days, etc. [...] 2020 - 8 p. - Published in : EPJ Web Conf. 245 (2020) 08002 Fulltext from publisher: PDF; In : 24th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Adelaide, Australia, 4 - 8 Nov 2019, pp.08002

2021-03-03
06:35
 The CMS DAQ Pinball Machine / Cornu, Cynthia (ISRI, Geneva ; CERN) ; Deldicque, Christian (CERN) ; Gladki, Maciej (CERN) ; Holzner, André (CERN ; BBC, Zurich) ; Perrenoud, Lydie (ISRI, Geneva ; CERN) ; Reis, Thomas (CERN ; Rutherford) ; Sakulin, Hannes (CERN) ; Vougioukas, Michail (CERN ; Silicon Graphics, Switzerland) We present an interactive game for up to seven players that demonstrates the challenges of on-line event selection at the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment to the public. The game - in the shape of a popular classic pinball machine - was conceived and prototyped by an interdisciplinary team of graphic designers, physicists and engineers at the CMS Create hackathon in 2016. [...] 2020 - 6 p. - Published in : EPJ Web Conf. 245 (2020) 08001 Fulltext from publisher: PDF; In : 24th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Adelaide, Australia, 4 - 8 Nov 2019, pp.08001

2021-03-03
06:35
 Preparing CERN Tier-0 data centres for LHC Run 3 / Bärring, Olof (CERN) Since 2013 CERN’s local data centre combined with a colocation infrastructure at the Wigner data centre in Budapest [1] have been hosting the compute and storage capacity for Worldwide LHC Computing Grid (WLCG) [2] Tier-0. In this paper we will describe how we try to optimize and improve the operation of our local data centre to meet the anticipated increment of the physics compute and storage requirements for Run 3, taking into account two important changes on the way: the end of the co-location contract with Wigner in 2019 and the loan of 2 out of 6 prefabricated compute modules being commissioned by the LHCb experiment [3] for their online computing farm.. 2020 - 6 p. - Published in : EPJ Web Conf. 245 (2020) 07057 Fulltext from publisher: PDF; In : 24th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Adelaide, Australia, 4 - 8 Nov 2019, pp.07057

2021-03-03
06:35
 Trends in computing technologies and markets: The HEPiX TechWatch WG / Sciaba, Andrea (CERN) ; Meinhard, Helge (CERN) ; Cancio, Germán (CERN) ; Gasthuber, Martin (DESY) ; Hollowell, Christopher (Brookhaven Natl. Lab.) ; Michelotto, Michele (INFN, Rome) ; Martelli, Edoardo (CERN) ; Muralidharan, Servesh (CERN) ; Panzer-Steindel, Bernd (CERN) ; Seuster, Rolf (CERN) et al. Driven by the need to carefully plan and optimise the resources for the next data taking periods of Big Science projects, such as CERN’s Large Hadron Collider and others, sites started a common activity, the HEPiX Technology Watch Working Group, tasked with tracking the evolution of technologies and markets of concern to the data centres. The talk will give an overview of general and semiconductor markets, server markets, CPUs and accelerators, memories, storage and networks; it will highlight important areas of uncertainties and risks.. 2020 - 11 p. - Published in : EPJ Web Conf. 245 (2020) 07056 Fulltext from publisher: PDF; In : 24th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Adelaide, Australia, 4 - 8 Nov 2019, pp.07056

2021-03-03
06:35
 Running ALICE Grid Jobs in Containers : A new approach to job execution for the next generation ALICE Grid framework / Storetvedt, Maxim (HVL, Norway) ; Betev, Latchezar (CERN) ; Helstrup, Håvard (HVL, Norway) ; Hetland, Kristin Fanebust (HVL, Norway) ; Kileng, Bjarte (HVL, Norway) /ALICE Collaboration The new JAliEn (Java ALICE Environment) middleware is a Grid framework designed to satisfy the needs of the ALICE experiment for the LHC Run 3, such as providing a high-performance and high-scalability service to cope with the increased volumes of collected data. This new framework also introduces a split, two-layered job pilot, creating a new approach to how jobs are handled and executed within the Grid. [...] 2020 - 6 p. - Published in : EPJ Web Conf. 245 (2020) 07052 Fulltext from publisher: PDF; In : 24th International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Adelaide, Australia, 4 - 8 Nov 2019, pp.07052

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