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Effective field theory HESS Transverse momentum missing-energy Higher-order 1 Hydrodynamics Data analysis method Statistical analysis Channel cross section branching ratio upper limit Higgs particle hadronic decay Galaxy Ionizing radiation Cavity Calibration Channel cross section measured Higgs particle hadroproduction Dark matter Electron Instrumentation Phase space Gravitational radiation Machine learning Photon Nucleus Heavy ion scattering Top pair production Supersymmetry P p colliding beams Signature Structure Mass dependence Resonance production Radioactivity New physics search for Performance Parton distribution function Jet transverse momentum Quantum chromodynamics W leptonic decay Climate change Bolometer Detector design 5020 GeV-cms/nucleon Quantum chromodynamics perturbation theory CERN LHC Coll 13000 GeV-cms Bottom pair production Background Large-scale structure of Universe Correlation function 8000 GeV-cms Beyond Standard Model Monte Carlo Experimental results Sensitivity Energy high Final state njet dilepton Hadron-Hadron scattering experiments Simulation Hadron-Hadron Scattering Quark gluon plasma Signal processing Rapidity Artificial intelligence Muon Electroweak interaction New physics Transverse momentum dependence Metrology Transverse momentum ATLAS Perturbation theory higher-order Activity report Numerical calculations Coupling constant upper limit TeV Field theory conformal Correlation CERN Lab Z0 leptonic decay Panoply Suppression Differential cross section measured Particle Physics Experiments Channel cross section upper limit CMS Detector GeV Numerical calculations Monte Carlo Jet bottom Z0 associated production Nuclear instrumentation Rapidity dependence Muon pair production Gravitation ALICE Kinematics Double-beta decay 0neutrino Final state njet lepton P p scattering Bottom particle identification