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ABOUT PUBLISHED ARTICLES
The Articles collection aims to cover as far as possible the published literature in particle physics and its related technologies. The collection starts, comprising only the most important documents in the first decencies, from the mid of the 19th century. The full coverage starts from 1980 onwards. CERN publications are though covered 100% since the foundation of the organisation in 1954. The CERN Annual Report, vol. 3 - List of CERN Publications, is extracted from this dataset.

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2015-06-30
08:09
Getting Humans to do Quantum Optimization - User Acquisition, Engagement and Early Results from the Citizen Cyberscience Game Quantum Moves / Lieberoth, Andreas ; Pedersen, Mads Kock ; Marin, Andreea Catalina ; Planke, Tilo ; Sherson, Jacob Friis
The game Quantum Moves was designed to pit human players against computer algorithms, combining their solutions into hybrid optimization to control a scalable quantum computer. In this midstream report, we open our design process and describe the series of constitutive building stages going into a quantum physics citizen science game. [...]
arXiv:1506.08761.- 2015 - 26 p. - Published in : Human Computation 1(2) 219-244 (2014) External link: Preprint

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2015-06-30
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Disorder-induced light trapping enhanced by pulse collisions in one-dimensional nonlinear photonic crystals / Novitsky, Denis
We use numerical simulations to study interaction of co- and counter-propagating pulses in disordered multilayers with noninstantaneous Kerr nonlinearity. We propose a statistical argument for existence of the disorder-induced trapping which implies the dramatic rise of the probability of realization with low output energy in the structure with a certain level of disorder. [...]
arXiv:1506.08607.- 2015 - 7 p. - Published in : Opt. Commun. 353 (2015) 56-62 External link: Preprint

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2015-06-30
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The cuttlefish Sepia officinalis (Sepiidae, Cephalopoda) constructs cuttlebone from a liquid-crystal precursor / Checa, Antonio G ; Cartwright, Julyan H E ; Sánchez-Almazo, Isabel ; Andrade, José P ; Ruiz-Raya, Francisco
Cuttlebone, the sophisticated buoyancy device of cuttlefish, is made of extensive superposed chambers that have a complex internal arrangement of calcified pillars and organic membranes. It has not been clear how this structure is assembled. [...]
arXiv:1506.08290.- 2015 - Published in : Scientific Reports 5 (2015) 11513 External link: Preprint

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2015-06-30
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DGDFT: A Massively Parallel Method for Large Scale Density Functional Theory Calculations / Hu, Wei ; Lin, Lin ; Yang, Chao
We describe a massively parallel implementation of the recently developed discontinuous Galerkin density functional theory (DGDFT) [J. Comput. [...]
arXiv:1506.08147.- 2015 - 34 p. External link: Preprint

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2015-06-30
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A Study on the Effect of Exit Widths and Crowd Sizes in the Formation of Arch in Clogged Crowds / Castro, Francisco Enrique Vicente G ; Pabico, Jaderick P
The arching phenomenon is an emergent pattern formed by a $c$-sized crowd of intelligent, goal-oriented, autonomous, heterogeneous individuals moving towards a $w$-wide exit along a long $W$-wide corridor, where $W>w$. We collected empirical data from microsimulations to identify the combination effects of~$c$ and~$w$ to the time~$T$ of the onset of and the size~$S$ of the formation of the arch. [...]
arXiv:1506.08133.- 2015 - 9 p. External link: Preprint

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2015-06-30
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Dynamic of astrophysical jets in the complex octonion space / Weng, Zi-Hua
The paper aims to consider the strength gradient force as the dynamic of astrophysical jets, explaining the movement phenomena of astrophysical jets. J. [...]
arXiv:1506.08058.- 2015 - 19 p. - Published in : Int. J. Mod. Phys. D 24 (2015) 1550072 External link: Preprint

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2015-06-30
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Mechanical properties of branched actin filaments / Razbin, Mohammadhosein ; Falcke, Martin ; Benetatos, Panayotis ; Zippelius, Annette
Cells moving on a two dimensional substrate generate motion by polymerizing actin filament networks inside a flat membrane protrusion. New filaments are generated by branching off existing ones, giving rise to branched network structures. [...]
arXiv:1506.08051.- 2015 - Published in : 2015 Phys. Biol. 12 046007 External link: Preprint

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2015-06-30
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Large-sensitive-area superconducting nanowire single-photon detector at 850 nm with high detection efficiency / Li, Hao ; Zhang, Lu ; You, Lixing ; Yang, Xiaoyan ; Zhang, Weijun ; Liu, Xiaoyu ; Chen, Sijing ; Wang, Zhen ; Xie, Xiaoming
Satellite-ground quantum communication requires single-photon detectors of 850-nm wavelength with both high detection efficiency and large sensitive area. We developed superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors (SNSPDs) on one-dimensional photonic crystals, which acted as optical cavities to enhance the optical absorption, with a sensitive-area diameter of 50 um. [...]
arXiv:1506.07922.- 2015 - 8 p. External link: Preprint

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2015-06-30
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Superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors at a wavelength of 940 nm / Zhang, W J ; Li, H ; You, L X ; He, Y H ; Zhang, L ; Liu, X Y ; Yang, X Y ; Wu, J J ; Guo, Q ; Chen, S J et al.
We develop single-photon detectors comprising single-mode fiber-coupled superconducting nanowires, with high system detection efficiencies at a wavelength of 940 nm. The detector comprises a 6.5-nm-thick, 110-nm-wide NbN nanowire meander fabricated onto a Si substrate with a distributed Bragg reflector for enhancing the optical absorptance. [...]
arXiv:1506.07921.- 2015 - 12 p. External link: Preprint

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2015-06-30
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Few-photon imaging at 1550 nm using a low-timing-jitter superconducting nanowire single-photon detector / Zhou, H ; He, Y ; You, L ; Chen, S ; Zhang, W ; Wu, J ; Wang, Z ; Xie, X
We demonstrated a laser depth imaging system based on the time-correlated single-photon counting technique, which was incorporated with a low-jitter superconducting nanowire single-photon detector (SNSPD), operated at the wavelength of 1550 nm. A sub-picosecond time-bin width was chosen for photon counting, resulting in a discrete noise of less than one/two counts for each time bin under indoor/outdoor daylight conditions, with a collection time of 50 ms. [...]
arXiv:1506.07920.- 2015 - 7 p. External link: Preprint

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