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  • EFT for soft drop double differential cross section 

    Pathak, Aditya; Stewart, Iain W; Vaidya, Varun; Zoppi, Lorenzo (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2021-04-06)
    Abstract We develop a factorization framework to compute the double differential cross section in soft drop groomed jet mass and groomed jet radius. We describe the effective theories ...
  • The “virtual density” theory of neutronics 

    Reed, Mark; Smith, Kord S.; Forget, Benoit Robert Yves (Elsevier BV, 2018)
    © 2017 Elsevier Ltd Sustainable nuclear energy will likely require fast reactors to complement the current light water reactor paradigm. In particular, breed-and-burn sodium fast reactors (SFRs) offer a unique combination ...
  • Understanding the motivations for open-source hardware entrepreneurship 

    Li, Zhuoxuan; Seering, Warren; Yang, Maria; Eesley, Charles (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2021)
    Abstract Having upended the traditional software development, which historically was centred exclusively on proprietary, copyright-protected code, open-source has now entered the physical artefact world. In doing so, it ...

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