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Freeze-out conditions from net-proton and net-charge fluctuations at RHIC
Abstract We calculate ratios of higher-order susceptibilities quantifying fluctuations in the number of net-protons and in the net-electric charge using the Hadron Resonance Gas (HRG) model. We takeExpand
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Impact of resonance regeneration and decay on the net proton fluctuations in a hadron resonance gas
We investigate net proton fluctuations as important observables measured in heavy-ion collisions within the hadron resonance gas (HRG) model. Special emphasis is given to effects which are a prioriExpand
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Data fusion techniques for A-SMGCS
The surveillance function of A-SMGCS in a large airport such as LIRF (Roma Finmicino) requires a multi-sensor approach with data fusion. The sensors are two X hand Surface Movements Radar (SMR); forExpand
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Effect of the QCD equation of state and strange hadronic resonances on multiparticle correlations in heavy ion collisions
The QCD equation of state at zero baryon chemical potential is the only element of the standard dynamical framework to describe heavy ion collisions that can be directly determined from firstExpand
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New scenarios for hard-core interactions in a hadron resonance gas
The equation of state of a baryon-symmetric hadronic matter with hard-sphere interactions is studied. It is assumed that mesons are point-like, but baryons and antibaryons have the same hard-coreExpand
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Lattice QCD-based equations of state at vanishing net-baryon density
Abstract We present realistic equations of state for QCD matter at vanishing net-baryon density which embed recent lattice QCD results at high temperatures combined with a hadron resonance gas modelExpand
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Constraining the hadronic spectrum through QCD thermodynamics on the lattice
Fluctuations of conserved charges allow to study the chemical composition of hadronic matter. A comparison between lattice simulations and the Hadron Resonance Gas (HRG) model suggested the existenceExpand
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Sensitivity of multiplicity fluctuations to freeze-out conditions in heavy ion collisions
We study the sensitivity of the higher-order moments of produced particle multiplicity distributions to the chemical freeze-out parameters in relativistic heavy ion collisions using the HadronExpand
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Flavor-dependent eigenvolume interactions in a hadron resonance gas
Abstract Eigenvolume effects in the hadron resonance gas (HRG) model are studied for experimental hadronic yields in nucleus–nucleus collisions. If particle eigenvolumes are different for differentExpand
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Multicomponent van der Waals equation of state: Applications in nuclear and hadronic physics
A generalization of the quantum van der Waals equation of state for a multicomponent system in the grand-canonical ensemble is proposed. The model includes quantum statistical effects and allows usExpand
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