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Data analysis method Galaxies active Quark gluon plasma Neutrino oscillation Galaxies high-redshift Astrophysics Cosmic background radiation Dark matter Methods data analysis Channel cross section upper limit Polarization Gravitation Higher-order 1 Numerical calculations Electroweak interaction Gravitational radiation emission Hadron-Hadron scattering experiments Cosmology Dust Effective field theory Quantum chromodynamics perturbation theory Heavy ion scattering Transverse momentum missing-energy HESS ALICE Mass dependence New physics Transverse momentum FMRI Experimental results Stars formation VIRGO 5020 GeV-cms/nucleon Background ATLAS Cosmic rays Quantum chromodynamics Galaxy CMS Sensitivity CERN Lab Accretion Muon CERN LHC Coll Numerical calculations Monte Carlo P p colliding beams Channel cross section measured Higgs particle hadroproduction 13000 GeV-cms Final state njet lepton Rapidity Supersymmetry Surveys Muon pair production Galaxies clusters general Detector design P p scattering Stability Galaxies star formation Signature LIGO Channel cross section branching ratio upper limit Silicon Parton distribution function General relativity Beyond Standard Model Bottom pair production Z0 leptonic decay Transverse momentum dependence Electron Double-beta decay 0neutrino Rapidity dependence Galaxies ISM Hydrodynamics Statistical analysis Resonance production Gravitational radiation Dark energy Monte Carlo Correlation Activity report Turbulence Differential cross section measured Kinematics ISM clouds X-rays binaries Bottom particle identification Jet bottom Cavity Galaxies evolution Methods numerical Cosmological model New physics search for Particle Physics Experiments Top pair production Performance Simulation Structure Cosmology observations Large-scale structure of Universe