Performance of the ATLAS detector using first collision data

@article{Aad2010PerformanceOT,
  title={Performance of the ATLAS detector using first collision data},
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Canale and Florencia Canelli and Anadi Canepa and J. Cantero and Luciano Capasso and M. D. M. Capeans Garrido and Irinel Caprini and Mihai Caprini and M. Caprio and M. Capua and Regina Caputo and C. Caramarcu and Roberto Cardarelli and Laia Cardiel Sas and Tancredi Carli and Gianpaolo Carlino and L. Carminati and Bryan Caron and Sascha Caron and Carmela Carpentieri and G. D. Carrillo Montoya and S. Carron Montero and A. A. Carter and Janet Carter and Jo{\~a}o Carvalho and Diego Casadei and M. P. Casado and Michele Cascella and Carlo Caso and A. Castaneda Hernandez and Elizabeth Castaneda-Miranda and V. Castillo Gimenez and N. F. Castro and Gabriella Cataldi and Fernando Cataneo and A. Catinaccio and J. R. Catmore and Ariella Cattai and Giordano Cattani and Seth Caughron and D. Cauz and Andrea Cavallari and Pietro Cavalleri and Donatella Cavalli and M. Cavalli-Sforza and V. Cavasinni and A. Cazzato and F. Ceradini and C'edric Cerna and Augusto Santiago Cerqueira and A. Cerri and L. Cerrito and F. Cerutti and M. Cervetto and S. A. Cetin and Francesco Cevenini and Aziz Chafaq and D. Chakraborty and K. M. Chan and J. D. Chapman and John W. Chapman and Eve Chareyre and D. G. Charlton and Sophie Charron and S. Chatterjii and Vikash Chavda and Susan Cheatham and Sergei V. Chekanov and S. V. Chekulaev and G. A. Chelkov and Hua-Ran Chen and L. Chen and Shenjian Chen and T. Chen and Xuefeng Chen and S. Cheng and A. Cheplakov and Vladimir Chepurnov and R. Cherkaoui El Moursli and V. Tcherniatine and Daniela Chesneanu and E. Cheu and Sing Leung Cheung and L. Chevalier and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Chevallier and V. Chiarella and Giovanni Chiefari and Leila Chikovani and J. Taylor Childers and Alexandre Chilingarov},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2010},
  volume={2010},
  pages={1-66}
}
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