First results of the CALICE SDHCAL technological prototype

@article{Buridon2016FirstRO,
  title={First results of the CALICE SDHCAL technological prototype},
  author={V. Buridon and C. Combaret and L. Caponetto and R. Et'e and G. Garillot and G. Grenier and R. Han and J. Ianigro and R. Kieffer and I. Laktineh and N. Lumb and H. Mathez and L. Mirabito and A. Petrukhin and A. Steen and J. Antequera and E. Alamillo and M. Fouz and J. Marin and J. Puerta-Pelayo and A. Verdugo and E. Gil and S. Mannai and S. Cauwenbergh and M. Tytgat and A. Pingault and N. Zaganidis and M. Anduze and V. Balagura and K. Belkadhi and V. Boudry and J. Brient and R. Cornat and M. Frotin and F. Gastaldi and Y. Haddad and M. Ruan and K. Shpak and H. Videau and D. Yu and S. Callier and S. C. D. Lorenzo and F. Dulucq and G. Martin-Chassard and C. Taille and L. Raux and N. Seguin-Moreau and D. Boumediene and C. C{\^a}rloganu and V. Franccais and J. Bonis and B. Bouquet and P. Cornebise and P. Doublet and M. Faucci-Giannelli and T. Frisson and G. Guilhem and H. Li and F. Richard and R. Poschl and J. Rouen'e and F. Wicek and Z. Zhang and Z. Deng and Y. Li and Y. Wang and Q. Yue and Z. Yang and G. Cho and D. Kim and S. Lee and W. Park and S. Vallecorsa and E. Brianne and A. Ebrahimi and K. Gadow and P. Gottlicher and C. Gunter and O. Hartbrich and B. Hermberg and A. Irles and F. Krivan and K. Kruger and J. Kvasnicka and S. Lu and B. Lutz and V. Morgunov and C. Provenza and M. Reinecke and F. Sefkow and S. Schuwalow and H. Tran and E. Garutti and S. Laurien and M. Matysek and M. Ramilli and S. Schroeder and B. Bi̇lki̇ and E. Norbeck and D. Northacker and Y. Onel and N. Kirikova and V. Kozlov and P. Smirnov and Y. Soloviev and M. Chadeeva and M. Danilov and M. Gabriel and P. Goecke and C. Kiesling and N. Kolk and F. Simon and C. Soldner and M. Szalay and L. Weuste and D. Jeans and S. Komamiya and H. Nakanishi and D. Benchekroun and A. Hoummada and Y. Khoulaki},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2016},
  volume={11},
  pages={04001}
}
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