Constraining the contribution of Gamma-Ray Bursts to the high-energy diffuse neutrino flux with 10 years of ANTARES data

@article{Albert2020ConstrainingTC,
  title={Constraining the contribution of Gamma-Ray Bursts to the high-energy diffuse neutrino flux with 10 years of ANTARES data},
  author={A. Albert and M. Andr'e and Marco Anghinolfi and Gisela Anton and Miguel Ardid and Jj. Aubert and Julien Aublin and B. Baret and S. Basa and Bouchra Belhorma and Vincent Bertin and Simone Biagi and Matthias Bissinger and Jihad Boumaaza and Mohammed Bouta and Mieke Bouwhuis and H. Branzacs and Ronald Bruijn and J{\"u}rgen Brunner and Jos{\'e} Busto and A. Capone and Laurenţiu I. Caramete and J. Carr and Silvia Celli and Mohamed Chabab and T. N. Chau and R. Cherkaoui El Moursli and Tommaso Chiarusi and Marco Circella and Alexis Coleiro and Marta Colomer-Molla and Rosa Coniglione and Paschal Coyle and Alexandre Creusot and A. F. D'iaz and G. de Wasseige and Anne Deschamps and Carla Distefano and I. Di Palma and Alba Domi and Corinne Donzaud and Damien Dornic and Doriane Drouhin and T. Eber and N El Khayati and Alexander Enzenhofer and A. Ettahiri and Paolo Fermani and Giovanna Ferrara and Francesco Filippini and L. Fusco and Pascal Gay and Herv{\'e} Glotin and R. Gozzini and Kay Graf and Carlo Guidi and Steffen Hallmann and Hans van Haren and A. J. Heijboer and Yann Hello and Juan Jos'e Hern'andez-Rey and J. Hossl and Jannik Hofestadt and Feifei Huang and G. Illuminati and Clancy W. James and M. de Jong and Paul de Jong and Martijn Jongen and Matthias Kadler and O. Kalekin and Uli Katz and N. R. Khan-Chowdhury and Antoine Kouchner and Ingo Kreykenbohm and Vladimir Kulikovskiy and Robert Lahmann and R. Le Breton and Dominique Lef{\`e}vre and E. Leonora and Giuseppe Levi and Massimiliano Lincetto and Daniel L{\'o}pez-Coto and Sotiris Loucatos and Giuliano Maggi and Jerzy Manczak and Michel Marcelin and Annarita Margiotta and Antonio Marinelli and Juan Antonio Mart'inez-Mora and Safaa Mazzou and Karel Melis and Pasquale Migliozzi and Michael R. Moser and Abdelilah Moussa and Rasa Muller and Lodewijk Nauta and Sergio S{\'a}nchez Navas and Emmanuel Nezri and A. N{\'u}{\~n}ez-Casti{\~n}eyra and Brian O'Fearraigh and Mukharbek Organokov and G. E. Puavualacs and Carmelo Pellegrino and Mathieu Perrin-Terrin and Paolo Piattelli and Chiara Poir{\`e} and Vlad Popa and Thierry Pradier and Nunzio Randazzo and Stefan Reck and Giorgio Riccobene and Andrey Romanov and Agust'in S'anchez-Losa and Dorothea Franziska Elisabeth Samtleben and Matteo Sanguineti and Piera Sapienza and J. Schnabe and Fabian Schussler and Maurizio Spurio and Th. Stolarczyk and Bruno Strandberg and Mauro Gino Taiuti and Yahya Tayalati and Tarak Thakore and Steven J. Tingay and B. Vallage and V'eronique Van Elewyck and Federico Versari and Salvatore Viola and Daniele Vivolo and J{\"o}rn Wilms and A. Zegarelli and Juan de Dios Zornoza and Juan Pablo 'Alvarez Z'uniga},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2020},
  volume={16}
}
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