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2016-05-23
15:05
Total computer control : The view from the SPS / Beck, F
SPS-ACC-FB-Int-Report-78-21.- Geneva : CERN, 1978 - 12 p. Fulltext: PDF;

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2016-05-23
15:01
Essential features of the CERN SPS distributed control system / Altaber, J ; Frammery, V ; Gareyte, C ; Van der Stok, P
CERN-SPS-ACC-JA-Report-81-19.- Geneva : CERN, 1981 - 10 p. Fulltext: PDF;

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2016-05-23
11:18
Angelo Sismonda (1807–1878), pioneer of geological mapping in the Alps of Savoy and the Piedmont: a bibliography / Hollier, John (Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle, Genève) ; Blardone, Virgilio (Turin, Italy) ; Basaglia, Tullio (CERN) ; Hollier, Anita (CERN)
Angelo Sismonda (Ange Sismonda) was an Italian mineralogist and geologist based in Turin during the Risorgimento who produced pioneering maps of the Alps in the Kingdom of Sardinia. Well known during his lifetime, he is now mentioned only in passing by historians and no comprehensive bibliography of his work exists. [...]
2016 - Published in : Archives Natural History 43 (2016) 119-130

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2016-05-23
10:46
Localization of ionization-induced trapping in a laser wakefield accelerator using a density down-ramp / Hansson, M. (Lund University) ; Audet, T. L. (CNRS) ; Ekerfelt, H. (Lund University) ; Aurand, B. (Lund University) ; Gallardo Ganzalez, I. (Lund University) ; Desforges, F. G. (CNRS) ; Davoine, X. (CEA) ; Maitrallain, A. (CEA) ; Reymond, S. (Lund University, ENSTA ParisTech) ; Monot, P. (CEA) et al.
We report on a study on controlled trapping of electrons, by field ionization of nitrogen ions, in laser wakefield accelerators in variable length gas cells. In addition to ionization-induced trapping in the density plateau inside the cells, which results in wide, but stable, electron energy spectra, a regime of ionization-induced trapping localized in the density down-ramp at the exit of the gas cells, is found. [...]
CERN-ACC-2016-0050.- Geneva : CERN, 2016 - Published in : IOP Science: 58 (2016) Fulltext: PDF;

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2016-05-23
10:24
Electron beam final focus system for Thomson scattering at ELBE / Krämer, J.M. (Danfysik, HZDR, TUD) ; Budde, M. (Danfysik) ; Bødker, F. (Danfysik) ; Irman, A. (HZDR) ; .Jochmann A. (HZDR) ; Kristensen, J.P. (Danfysik) ; Lehnert U., HZDR ; Michel, P. (HZDR) ; Schrammb, U. (HZDR, TUD)
The design of an electron beam final focus system (FFS) aiming for high-flux laser-Thomson backscattering X-ray sources at ELBE is presented. A telescope system consisting of four permanent magnet based quadrupoles was found to have significantly less chromatic aberrations than a quadrupole doublet or triplet as commonly used. [...]
CERN-ACC-2016-0049.- Geneva : CERN, 2016 - Published in : 10.1016/j.nima.2015.10.067 Fulltext: PDF;

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2016-05-23
09:41
Electron Beam Final Focus System For Thomson Scattering At Elbe / Krämer, J.M. (Danfysik, HZDR, TUD) ; Budde, M. (Danfysik) ; Bødkera, F. (Danfysik) ; Irman, A. (HZDR) ; Jochmann, A. (HZDR) ; Kristensena, J.P. (Danfysik) ; Lehnert, U. (HZDR) ; Michel, P. (HZDR) ; Schramm, U. (HZDR, TUD)
The design of an electron beam final focus system (FFS) aiming for high-flux laser-Thomson backscattering X-ray sources at ELBE is presented. A telescope system consisting of four permanent magnet based quadrupoles was found to have significantly less chromatic aberrations than a quadrupole doublet or triplet as commonly used. [...]
CERN-ACC-2016-0048.- Geneva : CERN, 2016 - Published in : 10.1016/j.nima.2015.10.067 Fulltext: PDF;

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2016-05-23
07:33
Evolutionary mixed games in structured populations: Cooperation and the benefits of heterogeneity / Amaral, Marco A ; Wardil, Lucas ; Perc, Matjaz ; da Silva, Jafferson K L
Evolutionary games on networks traditionally involve the same game at each interaction. Here we depart from this assumption by considering mixed games, where the game played at each interaction is drawn uniformly at random from a set of two different games. [...]
arXiv:1605.06491.- 2016 - two-column p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. E 93 (2016) 042304 External link: Preprint

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2016-05-23
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First-principles modeling of electromagnetic scattering by discrete and discretely heterogeneous random media / Mishchenko, Michael I ; Dlugach, Janna M ; Yurkin, Maxim A ; Bi, Lei ; Cairns, Brian ; Liu, Li ; Panetta, R Lee ; Travis, Larry D ; Yang, Ping ; Zakharova, Nadezhda T
The main objective of this Report is to formulate the general theoretical framework of electromagnetic scattering by discrete random media rooted in the Maxwell-Lorentz electromagnetics and discuss its immediate analytical and numerical consequences. Starting from the microscopic Maxwell-Lorentz equations, we trace the development of the first-principles formalism enabling accurate calculations of monochromatic and quasi-monochromatic scattering by static and randomly varying multiparticle groups. [...]
arXiv:1605.06452.- 2016 - Published in : Phys. Rep. 632 (2016) 1-75 External link: Preprint

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2016-05-23
07:33
Understanding Nanopore Window Distortions in the Reversible Molecular Valve Zeolite RHO / Balestra, Salvador Rodríguez-Gómez ; Hamad, Said ; Ruiz-Salvador, A Rabdel ; Domínguez-García, Virginia ; Merkling, Patrick J ; Dubbeldam, David ; Calero, Sofía
Molecular valves are becoming popular for potential biomedical applications. However, little is known concerning their performance in energy and environmental areas. [...]
arXiv:1605.06338.- 2016 - Published in : Chem. Mater. 27 (2015) 5657-5667 External link: Preprint

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2016-05-23
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Opinion dynamics: models, extensions and external effects / Sîrbu, Alina ; Loreto, Vittorio ; Servedio, Vito D P ; Tria, Francesca
Recently, social phenomena have received a lot of attention not only from social scientists, but also from physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists, in the emerging interdisciplinary field of complex system science. Opinion dynamics is one of the processes studied, since opinions are the drivers of human behaviour, and play a crucial role in many global challenges that our complex world and societies are facing: global financial crises, global pandemics, growth of cities, urbanisation and migration patterns, and last but not least important, climate change and environmental sustainability and protection [...]
arXiv:1605.06326.- 2016 - 42 p. - Published in : Participatory Sensing, Opinions and Collective Awareness, 363-401, Understanding Complex Systems, Springer, 2016 External link: Preprint

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