Characterization and analysis of azimuthally sensitive correlations

Borghini N (2005)
Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics 31(4): S15-S21.

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A unified framework for describing the azimuthal dependence of two-particle correlations in heavy-ion collisions is introduced, together with the methods for measuring the corresponding observables. The generalization to azimuthal correlations between more than two particles is presented.
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Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics
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31
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S15-S21
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Borghini N. Characterization and analysis of azimuthally sensitive correlations. Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics. 2005;31(4):S15-S21.
Borghini, N. (2005). Characterization and analysis of azimuthally sensitive correlations. Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics, 31(4), S15-S21. doi:10.1088/0954-3899/31/4/002
Borghini, N. (2005). Characterization and analysis of azimuthally sensitive correlations. Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics 31, S15-S21.
Borghini, N., 2005. Characterization and analysis of azimuthally sensitive correlations. Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics, 31(4), p S15-S21.
N. Borghini, “Characterization and analysis of azimuthally sensitive correlations”, Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics, vol. 31, 2005, pp. S15-S21.
Borghini, N.: Characterization and analysis of azimuthally sensitive correlations. Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics. 31, S15-S21 (2005).
Borghini, Nicolas. “Characterization and analysis of azimuthally sensitive correlations”. Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics 31.4 (2005): S15-S21.

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