Inclusive jet production in photon-photon collisions at sqrt(see) from 189 to 209 GeV

@article{Abbiendi2008InclusiveJP,
  title={Inclusive jet production in photon-photon collisions at sqrt(see) from 189 to 209 GeV},
  author={G. Abbiendi and Christopher G. Ainsley and P. F. {\AA}kesson and Gideon Alexander and Georgios Anagnostou and Kurt S. J. Anderson and Shoji Asai and D. Axen and Ian R. Bailey and Elisabetta Luigia Barberio and T. Barillari and R. J. Barlow and Richard Batley and Philip Bechtle and Ties Behnke and Ken W Bell and P. J. Bell and Gideon Bella and Alain Bellerive and Gabriele Benelli and Siegfried Bethke and Otmar Biebel and O. E. Vickey Boeriu and P. Bock and Madjid Boutemeur and Sylvie Braibant and R. M. Brown and H. J. Burckhart and Simone Campana and P. Capiluppi and R. K. Carnegie and Antony Carter and Janet Carter and C. Y. Chang and David Charlton and C. Ciocca and {\'A}kos Csilling and M. Cuffiani and Shlomo Dado and A. De Roeck and E. A. de Wolf and Klaus Kurt Desch and Beatrix Dienes and J{\"o}rg Dubbert and Ehud Duchovni and Guenter Duckeck and I. P. Duerdoth and Erez Etzion and Franco L. Fabbri and Pamela Ferrari and Frank Fiedler and Ivor Fleck and Matthew Ford and A. Frey and Pauline Gagnon and J. William Gary and Christoph Geich-Gimbel and Gene A Giacomelli and Paolo Giacomelli and Marina Giunta and Jacques Goldberg and Eilam Gross and Jacob Grunhaus and Magali Gruwe and Ambreesh K. Gupta and Csaba Hajdu and Markus Hamann and Gail G. Hanson and A. Harel and Michael Zwicky Hauschild and Christopher Hawkes and Richard John Hawkings and Gregor Herten and R. D. Heuer and J. Colin Hill and Dezső Horv{\'a}th and Peter Igo-Kemenes and Kazuo Ishii and H. J{\'e}r{\'e}mie and Predrag Jovanovi{\'c} and T. R. Junk and J. Kanzaki and D. Karlen and Kiyotomo Kawagoe and Tadashi Kawamoto and Richard Keeler and R. G. Kellogg and Bruce W. Kennedy and Stefan Kluth and Tatsuo C. Kobayashi and Michael Kobel and Sachio Komamiya and T. Kr{\"a}mer and Attila Krasznahorkay and Peter Krieger and J. von Krogh and Thorsten Kuhl and Michael Kupper and George Lafferty and Hagar Landsman and Dankfried Lanske and D. Lellouch and James Letts and Lorne Levinson and J S Lillich and Stephen Lloyd and Frederick Loebinger and J. G. Lu and Andreas Ludwig and J. Ludwig and W. F. Mader and S. Marcellini and A. J. Martin and Tetsuro Mashimo and Peter M{\"a}ttig and J. Mckenna and Robert McPherson and Frans Meijers and Wolfgang Menges and Frank S. Merritt and Hans Mes and N. T. Meyer and Aldo Michelini and Satoshi Mihara and Giora Mikenberg and D. J. Miller and Wolfgang Mohr and T. Mori and A. Mutter and Koichi Nagai and Isamu Nakamura and Hajime Nanjo and Homer Alfred Neal and S. W. O'neale and Alexander Oh and M. J. Oreglia and Shūji Orito and Christoph Pahl and Gabriella P{\'a}sztor and Joleen Pater and James Pilcher and James Pinfold and David Plane and Oliver Pooth and Mariusz Przybycien and Arnulf Quadt and K. Rabbertz and Christoph Rembser and Peter Renkel and J. Michael Roney and Antonio Rossi and Yoram Rozen and Keith Runge and Kirsten Sachs and Takayuki Saeki and E. K. G. Sarkisyan and A. D. Schaile and O. Schaile and P. Scharff-Hansen and J. Schieck and Thomas Sch{\"o}rner-Sadenius and Matthias Schr{\"o}der and Markus Schumacher and Rolf Seuster and T. G. Shears and B. C. Shen and Peter Sherwood and Andris Skuja and Arfon M. Smith and Randall J. Sobie and Stefan Soldner-Rembold and Francesco Span{\`o} and Adam Stahl and D Strom and R. Str{\"o}hmer and Shlomit Tarem and Marek Tasevsky and Richard Teuscher and M. A. Thomson and E. Torrence and Daisuke Toya and Isabel Marian Trigger and Zolt{\'a}n Tr{\'o}cs{\'a}nyi and Elad Tsur and M. F. Turner-Watson and Ikuo Ueda and Bal{\'a}zs Ujv{\'a}ri and C. F. Vollmer and Philippe Vannerem and R{\'o}bert V{\'e}rtesi and M Verzocchi and Helge Voss and Joost Vossebeld and C. P. Ward and David R. Ward and Peter M. Watkins and A. T. Watson and N. K. Watson and Phillippa Wells and Thorsten Wengler and Norbert Wermes and G. Wilson and J. A. Wilson and Gy. Wolf and Terry Richard Wyatt and Satoru Yamashita and Daniel Zer-Zion and Lidija Živkovi{\'c}},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2008},
  volume={658},
  pages={185-192}
}
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