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

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