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  • An observer's guide to the (Local Group) dwarf galaxies: predictions for their own dwarf satellite populations 

    Dooley, Gregory Alan; Peter, Annika H. G.; Yang, Tianyi; Willman, Beth; Griffen, Brendan F.; e.a. (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2017-08)
    A recent surge in the discovery of new ultrafaint dwarf satellites of the Milky Way has inspired the idea of searching for faint satellites, 10³M[subscript ⊙] < M* < 10⁶M[subscript ⊙], around less massive field galaxies ...
  • Measurement of the muon stopping power in lead tungstate 

    Alver, Burak Han; Bauer, Gerry P; Bendavid, Joshua L.; Busza, Wit; Butz, Erik M.; e.a. (IOP Publishing, 2010-03)
    A large sample of cosmic ray events collected by the CMS detector is exploited to measure the specific energy loss of muons in the lead tungstate (PbWO₄) of the electromagnetic calorimeter. The measurement spans a momentum ...
  • The price of anarchy in network creation games 

    Demaine, Erik D; Hajiaghayi, MohammadTaghi; Mahini, Hamid; Zadimoghaddam, Morteza (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2012-04)
    We study Nash equilibria in the setting of network creation games introduced recently by Fabrikant, Luthra, Maneva, Papadimitriou, and Shenker. In this game we have a set of selfish node players, each creating some incident ...

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