# 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

2014-10-20
17:18
 Formal verication of complex properties on PLC programs / Darvas, D ; Fernandez Adiego, B ; Voros, A ; Bartha, T ; Blanco Vinuela, E ; Gonzalez Suarez, V M Formal verification has become a recommended practice in the safety-critical application areas. However, due to the complexity of practical control and safety systems, the state space explosion often prevents the use of formal analysis. [...] CERN-ACC-2014-0222.- Geneva : CERN, 2014 - 16 p. Fulltext: PDF; In : 34th IFIP International Conference on Formal Techniques for Distributed Objects, Components and Systems, Berlin, Germany, 3 - 6 Jun 2014, pp.34th IFIP International Conference

2014-10-20
14:13
 Digital Recruiting / Purvis, James (CERN) Don’t Simply Map Existing Processes to a New Technology. Treat the Candidate as Your Customer/Understand Your Target Audience. [...] 2015

2014-10-20
08:01
 A Cellular Automaton Model for Tumor Dormancy: Emergence of a Proliferative Switch / Chen, Duyu ; Jiao, Yang ; Torquato, Salvatore Malignant cancers that lead to fatal outcomes for patients may remain dormant for very long periods of time. Although individual mechanisms such as cellular dormancy, angiogenic dormancy and immunosurveillance have been proposed, a comprehensive understanding of cancer dormancy and the "switch" from a dormant to a proliferative state still needs to be strengthened from both a basic and clinical point of view. [...] arXiv:1410.4802.- 2014 - Published in : Chen D, Jiao Y, Torquato S (2014) A Cellular Automaton Model for Tumor Dormancy: Emergence of a Proliferative Switch. PLoS ONE 9(10): e109934 External link: Preprint

2014-10-20
08:01
 Cylindrical Thin-shell Wormholes in $f(R)$ gravity / Sharif, M ; Yousaf, Z In this paper, we employ cut and paste scheme to construct thin-shell wormhole of a charged black string with $f(R)$ terms. We consider $f(R)$ model as an exotic matter source at wormhole throat. [...] arXiv:1410.4757.- 2014 - 20 p. - Published in : Astrophys. Space Sci. 351 (2014) 351 External link: Preprint

2014-10-20
08:01
 Cavity-induced phase stability to decelerate a fast molecular beam via feedback-controlled time-varying optical pumps / Lan, Zhihao ; Lu, Weiping We have identified a novel phase stability mechanism from the intracavity field-induced self-organization of a fast-moving molecular beam into travelling molecular packets in the bad cavity regime, which is then used to decelerate the molecular packets by feedback-controlled time-varying laser pumps to the cavity. We first applied the linear stability analysis to derive an expression for this self-organization in the adiabatic limit and show that the self-organization of the beam leads to the formation of travelling molecular packets, which in turn function as a dynamic Bragg grating, thus modulating periodically the intracavity field by superradiant scattering of the pump photons. [...] arXiv:1410.4739.- 2014 - 24 p. - Published in : New J. Phys. 13 (2011) 023031 External link: Preprint

2014-10-20
08:01
 Deceleration of molecules in a supersonic beam by the optical field in a low-finesse cavity / Lan, Zhihao ; Zhao, Yongkai ; Barker, Peter F ; Lu, Weiping We study the dynamics of a supersonic molecular beam in a low-finesse optical cavity and demonstrate that most molecules in the beam can be decelerated to zero central velocity by the intracavity optical field in a process analogous to electrostatic Stark deceleration. We show that the rapid switching of the optical field for slowing the molecules is automatically generated by the cavity-induced dynamics. [...] arXiv:1410.4699.- 2014 - 6 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. A 81 (2010) 013419 External link: Preprint

2014-10-20
07:59
 Visual appearance of wireframe objects in special relativity / Müller, Thomas ; Boblest, Sebastian The visual appearance of a moving object in special relativity can be constructed in a straightforward manner when representing the surface of the object, or at least a wire frame model of it, as a point cloud. The apparent position of each individual point is then found by intersecting its worldline with the observer's backward light cone. [...] arXiv:1410.4583.- 2014 - 22 p. - Published in : Eur. J. Phys. 35 (2014) 065025 External link: Preprint

2014-10-20
07:59
 Hierarchical fringe tracking / Petrov, Romain G ; Elhalkouj, Thami ; Boskri, Abdelkarim ; Folcher, Jean-Pierre ; Lagarde, Stephane ; Bresson, Yves ; Benkhaldoum, Zouhair ; Lazrek, Mohamed ; Rakshit, Suvendu The limiting magnitude is a key issue for optical interferometry. Pairwise fringe trackers based on the integrated optics concepts used for example in GRAVITY seem limited to about K=10.5 with the 8m Unit Telescopes of the VLTI, and there is a general "common sense" statement that the efficiency of fringe tracking, and hence the sensitivity of optical interferometry, must decrease as the number of apertures increases, at least in the near infrared where we are still limited by detector readout noise. [...] arXiv:1410.4822.- 2014 - 9 p. - Published in : Proc. SPIE 9146, Optical and Infrared Interferometry IV, 91462P (July 24, 2014) External link: Preprint

2014-10-20
07:59
 Large Binocular Telescope Interferometer Adaptive Optics: On-sky performance and lessons learned / Bailey, Vanessa P ; Hinz, Philip M ; Puglisi, Alfio T ; Esposito, Simone ; Vaitheeswaran, Vidhya ; Skemer, Andrew J ; Defrere, Denis ; Vaz, Amali ; Leisenring, Jarron M The Large Binocular Telescope Interferometer is a high contrast imager and interferometer that sits at the combined bent Gregorian focus of the LBT's dual 8.4~m apertures. The interferometric science drivers dictate 0.1'' resolution with $10^3-10^4$ contrast at $10~\mu m$, while the $4~\mu m$ imaging science drivers require even greater contrasts, but at scales $>$0.2'' [...] arXiv:1410.4634.- 2014 - Published in : Proc.SPIE 9148 (2014) 914803 External link: Preprint

2014-10-17
07:44
 Coevolutionary success-driven multigames / Szolnoki, Attila ; Perc, Matjaz Wealthy individuals may be less tempted to defect than those with comparatively low payoffs. To take this into consideration, we introduce coevolutionary success-driven multigames in structured populations. [...] arXiv:1410.4546.- 2014 - two-column p. - Published in : Europhys. Lett. 108 (2014) 28004 External link: Preprint

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