Calibration of the Super-Kamiokande detector

@article{Abe2014CalibrationOT,
  title={Calibration of the Super-Kamiokande detector},
  author={Ke. Abe and Y. Hayato and Takashi Iida and Kiyoshi Iyogi and Jun Kameda and Yasuhiro Kishimoto and Yusuke Koshio and Ll. Marti and Makoto Miura and S. Moriyama and M. Nakahata and Yuuki Nakano and Shoei Nakayama and Yoshihisa Obayashi and Hiroyuki Sekiya and Masato Shiozawa and Y. Suzuki and A.Takeda and Yumiko Takenaga and H. A. Tanaka and Tomonobu Tomura and Keiji Ueno and R. A. Wendell and T. Yokozawa and T. J. Irvine and Hiroshi Kaji and Takaaki Kajita and Kenji Kaneyuki and K. P. Lee and Yuri Nishimura and Kimihiro Okumura and T. McLachlan and L. Labarga and Edward Kearns and J L Raaf and J. L. Stone and L. R. Sulak and Sophie Berkman and H. A. Tanaka and S. Tobayama and Maurice Goldhaber and Kirk Bays and G. Carminati and William R. Kropp and Shun'ichi Mine and Andrew Renshaw and Michael Burghard Smy and Henry W. Sobel and Kenneth Samuel Ganezer and J. Colin Hill and William E. Keig and J. S. Jang and J. Y. Kim and I. T. Lim and N. Hong and T. Akiri and J. B. Albert and Alexander Himmel and Kate Scholberg and C. W. Walter and Taritree Wongjirad and Takeharu Ishizuka and Shigeki Tasaka and John G. Learned and Shigenobu Matsuno and S. N. Smith and Takehisa Hasegawa and Taku Ishida and Tomoyuki Ishii and T. Kobayashi and Takeshi Nakadaira and K. D. Nakamura and Koichiro Nishikawa and Yuichi Oyama and Ken Sakashita and T. Sekiguchi and Toshifumi Tsukamoto and Atsuto Suzuki and Y. Takeuchi and K. Huang and Keiko Ieki and Motoyasu Ikeda and Tatsuya Kikawa and H. Kubo and A. Minamino and Akira Murakami and Tsuyoshi Nakaya and Minoru Otani and K. Suzuki and S. Takahashi and Yoshiyuki Fukuda and K. Choi and Yoshitaka Itow and Gaku Mitsuka and M. Miyake and P. Mijakowski and Roman Tacik and Joshua Hignight and James Imber and Chang Kee Jung and I. J. Taylor and C. Yanagisawa and Y. Idehara and Hirokazu Ishino and A. Kibayashi and Taiki Mori and Makoto Sakuda and R. Yamaguchi and Takatomi Yano and Yoshitaka Kuno and S. B. Kim and B. S. Yang and Hiromu Okazawa and Y. K. Choi and Kyoshi Nishijima and Masatoshi Koshiba and Yoji Totsuka and M. Yokoyama and Kai Martens and Mark Robert Vagins and J. F. Martin and Patrick de Perio and Akira Konaka and Michael J. Wilking and S. M. Chen and Yuekun. Heng and H. Sui and Z. Yang and H. Zhang and Yang Zhenwei and Kevin Thomas Connolly and M. Dziomba and R. J. Wilkes},
  journal={Nuclear Instruments \& Methods in Physics Research Section A-accelerators Spectrometers Detectors and Associated Equipment},
  year={2014},
  volume={737},
  pages={253-272}
}
  • K. AbeY. Hayato R. Wilkes
  • Published 29 June 2013
  • Physics
  • Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A-accelerators Spectrometers Detectors and Associated Equipment

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