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HAL-CEA Univ-Paris-Saclay

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

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Evolution

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