ATLAS Collaboration

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  title={ATLAS Collaboration},
  author={Carolina Gabald{\'o}n and Ofir Gabizon and Thomas Gadfort and Szymon Gadomski and Guido Gagliardi and Pauline Gagnon and C. Galea and Elizabeth Gallas and Valentina Santina Gallo and Bruce Gallop and Petr Gallus and Eugene N. Galyaev and K. K. Gan and Y. S. Gao and Andrei Gaponenko and Maurice Garcia-Sciveres and C. Garc{\'i}a and J. E. Garc{\'i}a Navarro and Robert W. Gardner and N. Garelli and Hegoi Garitaonandia and Vincent Garonne and Claudio Gatti and Gabriella Gaudio and V. Gautard and Paolo Gauzzi and I. L. Gavrilenko and Colin Gay and Goetz Gaycken and Evangelos N. Gazis and Peng Ge and C. N. P. Gee and Christoph Geich-Gimbel and Karl Gellerstedt and Claudia Gemme and M. H. Genest and Simonetta Gentile and Fotis Georgatos and Simon George and A. Gershon and Hamid Ghazlane and Nabil Ghodbane and Benedetto Giacobbe and Stefano Giagu and Victoria Giakoumopoulou and Vincent Giangiobbe and Fabiola Gianotti and Bruce Gibbard and Adam Gibson and Stephen Gibson and Laura M. Gilbert and Murdock G. D. Gilchriese and Valentin Gilewsky and D. M. Gingrich and Jonatan Ginzburg and Nikos D. Giokaris and M. P. Giordani and Raffaele Giordano and F. M. Giorgi and Paola Giovannini and P. F. Giraud and P. Girtler and Danilo Giugni and Paolo Giusti and B{\o}rge Kile Gjelsten and Leonid Gladilin and Claudia Glasman and A. Glazov and K-W. Glitza and George Glonti and Jennifer Godfrey and Jan Godlewski and M. Goebel and Thomas G{\"o}pfert and Christian Goeringer and Claus G{\"o}ssling and Tobias G{\"o}ttfert and V. G. Goggi and Steven Goldfarb and Daniel Goldin and Tobias Golling and Alvaro Gomes and Luz Stella Gomez Fajardo and Ricardo Gonçalo and Laura Gonella and Cs Gong and S. Gonz{\'a}lez de la Hoz and M. L. Gonzalez Silva and Sergio Gonzalez-Sevilla and Jeremiah Jet Goodson and Luc Goossens and H. A. Gordon and Igor Vladimirovich Gorelov and Grant Gorfine and Benedetto Gorini and Edoardo Gorini and Andrej Gori{\vs}ek and Edward Gornicki and Bjoern Gosdzik and Martijn P. Gosselink and Mikhail Ivanovitch Gostkin and Ivo M. Gough Eschrich and Mohamed Gouighri and D. Goujdami and Marc Phillippe Goulette and A. G. Goussiou and Corinne Goy and Iwona Grabowska-Bold and Per Grafstr{\"o}m and Karl-Johan Grahn and Sergio Grancagnolo and Valerio Grassi and Vadim Gratchev and Nathan Grau and Heather M. Gray and Julia Ann Gray and E. Graziani and B. Green and Tim Greenshaw and Z. D. Greenwood and I. M. Gregor and Philippe Grenier and Erich Griesmayer and Justin Griffiths and Nugzar Grigalashvili and Alexander A. Grillo and Kathryn Grimm and Sebastian Grinstein and Ya. V. Grishkevich and Manfred Groh and Marius Groll and Eilam Gross and Joern Grosse-Knetter and Jacob Groth-Jensen and Kai Grybel and Christophe Guicheney and A. Guida and Thibault Guillemin and Hulya Guler and Jaroslav Gunther and Bin Guo and A. Gupta and Yu. V. Gusakov and Andrea Gutierrez and Phillip Gutierrez and Nir Guttman and O. Gutzwiller and Claude Guyot and Claire Gwenlan and C. B. Gwilliam and Andy Haas and Stefan Haas and Carl Haber and Haleh Khani Hadavand and David Hadley and Petra Haefner and R. H{\"a}rtel and Zbigniew Hajduk and Hrachya Hakobyan and Johannes Haller and Klaus A. Hamacher and Andrew J. S. Hamilton and Samuel Hamilton and L. Han and Kazunori Hanagaki and Michael Hance and Carsten Handel and Paul Hanke and John Renner Hansen and John-Bjarne Hansen and John D. Hansen and Peter Henrik Hansen and Traudl Hansl-Kozanecka and Per Hansson and Kazuhiko Hara and Gabriel Hare and Torsten Harenberg and Robert Harrington and O. M. Harris and Keith Alexander Harrison and Jochen Hartert and F. G. Hartjes and Alex G. Harvey and Satoshi Hasegawa and Yoji Hasegawa and Kevan S Hashemi and Samir Hassani and Sigve Haug and Michael Zwicky Hauschild and Reiner Hauser and Miroslav Havranek and C. M. Hawkes and Richard John Hawkings and Takahiro Hayakawa and Helen Hayward and Stephen Haywood and Simon Head and Vincent Hedberg and L. Heelan and Sarah Heim and Beate Heinemann and Simon Heisterkamp and Louis Helary and Matthieu Heller and Sten Hellman and Cl{\'e}ment Helsens and Tomasz Hemperek and R. C. W. Henderson and Michael Henke and Anna Christine Henrichs and Ana Maria Henriques Correia and S. Henrot-Versill{\'e} and Carsten Hensel and Tobias Henss and Y. Hern{\'a}ndez Jim{\'e}nez and Alon David Hershenhorn and Gregor Herten and Ralf Hertenberger and Luis Herv{\'a}s and Nigel Hessey and Emilio Hig{\'o}n-Rodriguez and J. Colin Hill and Karl Heinz Hiller and Sonja Hillert and Stephen Hillier and Ian Hinchliffe and Elizabeth J. Hines and Minoru Hirose and Florian Hirsch and Dominic Hirschbuehl and John Hobbs and Noam Hod and M. C. Hodgkinson and P. N. Hodgson and Andreas Hoecker and Martin Hoeferkamp and Julia Hoffman and D. H. H. Hoffmann and Marc Hohlfeld and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Hol{\'y} and Jenny Holzbauer and Yasuhiro Homma and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Hora{\vz}ďovsk{\'y} and T. Hori and Claus Horn and Stephan Horner and Sandra Horvat and J-Y. Hostachy and S. Hou and Abdeslam Hoummada and T. Howe and Julius Hrivnac and Pai-hsien Jennifer Hsu and G. S. Huang and Zdenek Hubacek and Fabrice Hubaut and Fabian Huegging and Emlyn Willard Hughes and Gareth Hughes and Martina Hurwitz and Ulrich Husemann and Nazim Huseynov and Joey Huston and John Huth and Giuseppe Iacobucci and Georgios Iakovidis and Iskander Ibragimov and Lydia Iconomidou-Fayard and John Idarraga and Paolo Iengo and O. Igonkina and Yoichi Ikegami and Masahiro Ikeno and Yuriy Ilchenko and D. Iliadis and Tayfun Ince and Pavlos D. Ioannou and Mauro Iodice and A. Irles Quiles and A. Ishikawa and Masaya Ishino and Renat Ishmukhametov and Ti Isobe and V. Issakov and Cigdem Issever and Serhat Istin and Yuki Itoh and Anton Ivashin and Wieslaw Iwanski and H. Iwasaki and J.M. Izen and Vincenzo Izzo and Brett Jackson and Jennie N. Jackson and Paul Jackson and Martin Jaekel and V. Jain and Karl Jakobs and S. Jakobsen and Jan Jakubek and Dilip Kumar Jana and Eric Jansen and Andreas Jantsch and Michel Janus and G{\"o}ran Jarlskog and Laura Jeanty and I. Jen La Plante and Peter Jenni and Pavel Je{\vz} and St{\'e}phane J{\'e}z{\'e}quel and Weifeng Ji and J. Jia and Y. Jiang and M. Jimenez Belenguer and S. Y. Jin and Osamu Jinnouchi and David Noah Joffe and Marianne Johansen and K. Erik Johansson and Per Johansson and Sebastian Johnert and Kenneth Johns and G. Jones and R. W. L. Jones and T. J. Jones and Pedro Jorge and J. M. Joseph and Vojtech Juranek and Patrick Jussel and Vasily V. Kabachenko and Mohammed Kaci and Anna Kaczmarska and M. Kado and Harris Kagan and Michael Kagan and Stefan Kaiser and Enrique Kajomovitz and Sergey Kalinin and Lidia Kalinovskaya and A. Kalinowski and Sami Kama and Naoko Kanaya and Michiru Kaneda and V. A. Kantserov and J. Kanzaki and Benjamin Kaplan and Anton Kapliy and Jan Kaplon and Deepak Kar and Michael Karagounis and M. Karagoz Unel and Vakhtang Kartvelishvili and Andrey Karyukhin and L. Kashif and Azeddine Kasmi and Richard Kass and A. Kastanas and Michael J. Kastoryano and M. Maeno Kataoka and Yousuke Kataoka and Elias Katsoufis and Judith Katzy and Venkatesh S. Kaushik and Kiyotomo Kawagoe and Tadashi Kawamoto and Gen Kawamura and Manuel Kayl and F. F. Kayumov and Vassili Kazanin and Makhail Kazarinov and James Robert Keates and Richard Keeler and Paula Keener and Robert Kehoe and Markus Keil and George Kekelidze and M. P. Kelly and Mike Kenyon and Oldrich Kepka and Nicolas Kerschen and Borut Paul Ker{\vs}evan and Susanne Kersten and Kohei Kessoku and Mohsen Khakzad and Hovhannes Khandanyan and Alexander Khanov and Dmitri Kharchenko and A. Khodinov and Andrei Khomich and Gia Khoriauli and Nikolai Khovanskiy and Valery Khovanskiy and Evgenii V. Khramov and Jemal Khubua and H. Kim and P. Kind and Barry King and Julie Kirk and G. P. Kirsch and Lawrence E. Kirsch and Andrey Kiryunin and Danuta Kisielewska and Thomas Kittelmann and Hironori Kiyamura and Eduard Kladiva and Max Klein and Uta Klein and Konrad Kleinknecht and Miika Klemetti and Amit Klier and Alexei Klimentov and Reiner Klingenberg and Esben Bryndt Klinkby},
  journal={Nuclear Physics A},
  year={2019}
}

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