PREPRINTS IN PARTICLES AND FIELDS

This list of high-energy physics preprints displayed last week in the SLAC Library. See also the current list. Preprints are arranged by institutions (as represented by report numbers). Abstracts can be viewed for e-prints (papers obtained from electronic archives). With a graphical browser, you can view the complete postscript version of these papers (see information at the end of this file for help). Send comments or questions to library@slac.stanford.edu.

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September 5, 2014                                                  14-34
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SLAC-PUB-16069
  HIGH ENERGY COLLIDING BEAMS - WHAT IS THE FUTURE?  Aug 2014.
  12p.
  By Burton Richter (Stanford U. and SLAC)

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PPF (Preprints in Particles and Fields) is a list of high-energy physics preprints received during the previous week at the SLAC Library. To obtain a copy of an item on this list, check your own preprint library or write directly to the authors. For e-prints you may also download a TeX version from appropriate archive, or get a postscript version from the arXiv.org server.

'Print' and RX report numbers are assigned by SLAC to unnumbered preprints and should not be used in requests or references. Do NOT request preprints from SLAC, except of course, those by SLAC authors. Use the Institutions and HEP Names databases to find authors' addresses. (Genuine SLAC preprints may be requested from authors or from the SLAC Publication Department, techpub@slac.stanford.edu)

Many preprints ('e-prints') are now available from the arXiv.org on the web. They are identified by the archive name and number. For the e-prints in this list, you may display abstracts by choosing appropriate Abstract and Paper pointers. When you open an abstract, you are given further options. If you are accessing WWW with a graphical browser, you may be able to view the entire paper by selecting Postscript. Do not use this option with a line browser or a browser that does not handle postscript. Instead, obtain a TeX source from the appropriate archive and process it yourself.

Older issues of PPF are available in the /preprints/Miscellaneous directory on the SLAC Anonymous FTP server.