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