# CERN Accelerating science

The Articles collection aims to cover as far as possible the published literature in particle physics and its related technologies. The collection starts, comprising only the most important documents in the first decencies, from the mid of the 19th century. The full coverage starts from 1980 onwards. CERN publications are though covered 100% since the foundation of the organisation in 1954. The CERN Annual Report, vol. 3 - List of CERN Publications, is extracted from this dataset.

# Published Articles

2013-06-20
06:44
 The Paran\'a Ra'anga expedition / Gangui, Alejandro ; Silvestri, Graciela ; Vena, Pablo Paran\'a Ra'anga (the image of Paran\'a, in Guaran\'i) is the name of a cultural and scientific expedition that traveled the rivers: R\'io de la Plata, Paran\'a and Paraguay, from Buenos Aires to Asunci\'on, during March 2010. The project brought together some forty scientists and artists from three countries in a slow and enriching cruise, putting in active contact actors from different backgrounds and disciplines -which usually run separately- in the framework of an unusual space-time experience. [...] arXiv:1306.4609.- 2013 External link: Preprint

2013-06-20
06:44
 Classification of eclipsing binaries: attractive systems / Malkov, Oleg ; Avvakumova, Ekaterina We have compiled a catalogue of eclipsing variable stars, the largest catalogue, containing classified eclipsing binaries. A procedure for the classification of eclipsing binaries, based on the catalogued data, is also developed. [...] arXiv:1306.4537.- 2013 - 14 p. External link: Preprint

2013-06-20
06:44
 State space modelling and data analysis exercises in LISA Pathfinder / Nofrarias, M ; Antonucci, F ; Armano, M ; Audley, H ; Auger, G ; Benedetti, M ; Binetruy, P ; Bogenstahl, J ; Bortoluzzi, D ; Bosetti, P et al. LISA Pathfinder is a mission planned by the European Space Agency to test the key technologies that will allow the detection of gravitational waves in space. The instrument on-board, the LISA Technology package, will undergo an exhaustive campaign of calibrations and noise characterisation campaigns in order to fully describe the noise model. [...] arXiv:1306.4487.- 2013 External link: Preprint

2013-06-20
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 Dynamical Analysis of Nearby ClustErs. Automated astrometry from the ground: precision proper motions over wide field / Bouy, H ; Bertin, E ; Moraux, E ; Cuillandre, J -C ; Bouvier, J ; Barrado, D ; Solano, E ; Bayo, A The kinematic properties of the different classes of objects in a given association hold important clues about its member's history, and offer a unique opportunity to test the predictions of the various models of stellar formation and evolution. DANCe (standing for Dynamical Analysis of Nearby ClustErs) is a survey program aimed at deriving a comprehensive and homogeneous census of the stellar and substellar content of a number of nearby (<1kpc) young (<500Myr) associations. [...] arXiv:1306.4446.- 2013 External link: Preprint

2013-06-20
06:44
 Solar Modulation of Cosmic Rays / Potgieter, Marius This is an overview of the solar modulation of cosmic rays in the heliosphere. It is a broad topic with numerous intriguing aspects so that a research framework has to be chosen to concentrate on. [...] arXiv:1306.4421.- 2013 - Published in : Living Rev. Solar Phys.: 10 (2013) , pp. 3 External link: Preprint

2013-06-20
06:44
 CSS J134052.0+151341 : A Cataclysmic Binary Star with a Stripped, Evolved Secondary / Thorstensen, J R I report spectroscopy and time-series photometry of the cataclysmic binary CSS J134052.0+151341. The optical light is dominated by the secondary star, which I classify as K4 (+-2 subclasses), yet the orbital period derived from the absorption radial velocities is only 2.45 hr, implying a Roche radius much too small to contain a main-sequence K star. [...] arXiv:1306.4360.- 2013 - 11 p. - Published in : Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (2013) External link: Preprint

2013-06-20
06:28
 Electrophoretic Capture of a DNA Chain into a Nanopore / Rowghanian, Payam ; Grosberg, Alexander Y Based on our formulation of the DNA electrophoresis near a pore [P. Rowghanian and A. [...] arXiv:1306.4603.- 2013 - 9 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. E 87 (2013) 042722 External link: Preprint

2013-06-20
06:28
 Electrophoresis of a DNA Coil Near a Nanopore / Rowghanian, Payam ; Grosberg, Alexander Y Motivated by DNA electrophoresis near a nanopore, we consider the flow field around an "elongated jet", a long thin source which injects momentum into a liquid. This solution qualitatively describes the electro-osmotic flow around a long rigid polymer, where due to electrohydrodynamic coupling, the solvent receives momentum from the electric field. [...] arXiv:1306.4602.- 2013 - 10 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. E 87 (2013) 042723 External link: Preprint

2013-06-20
06:28
 Propagation of Tension along a Polymer Chain / Rowghanian, Payam ; Grosberg, Alexander Y We study the propagation of tension caused by an external force along a long polymeric molecule in two different settings, namely along a free polymer in 3d space being pulled from one end, and along a pre-stretched circular polymer, confined in a narrow circular tube. We show that in both cases, the tension propagation is governed by a diffusion equation, and in particular, the tension front propagates as $t^{1/2}$ along the contour of the chain. [...] arXiv:1306.4600.- 2013 - 9 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. E 86 (2012) 011803 External link: Preprint

2013-06-20
06:28
 Analysis of roles and groups in blogosphere / Gliwa, Bogdan ; Zygmunt, Anna ; Koźlak, Jarosław In the paper different roles of users in social media, taking into consideration their strength of influence and different degrees of cooperativeness, are introduced. Such identified roles are used for the analysis of characteristics of groups of strongly connected entities. [...] arXiv:1306.4598.- 2013 - Published in : . (2013) External link: Preprint

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