[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Annual List

    1702
  1. REVIEW OF PARTICLE PHYSICS. PARTICLE DATA GROUP
    By Particle Data Group (
    K. Hagiwara et al.).
    Most recent version published in Phys.Rev.D66:010001,2002
    [Total number of citations to most recent version in HEP]
    [Total number of citations to all versions in HEP]

  2. 0812
  3. FIRST YEAR WILKINSON MICROWAVE ANISOTROPY PROBE (WMAP) OBSERVATIONS: DETERMINATION OF COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS
    By D.N. Spergel, L. Verde, Hiranya V. Peiris, E. Komatsu, M.R. Nolta, C.L. Bennett, M. Halpern, G. Hinshaw, N. Jarosik, A. Kogut, M. Limon, S.S. Meyer, L. Page, G.S. Tucker, J.L. Weiland, E. Wollack, E.L. Wright.
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.Suppl.148:175,2003 [arXiv: astro-ph/0302209]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  4. 0505
  5. FIRST YEAR WILKINSON MICROWAVE ANISOTROPY PROBE (WMAP) OBSERVATIONS: PRELIMINARY MAPS AND BASIC RESULTS
    By C.L. Bennett, M. Halpern, G. Hinshaw, N. Jarosik, A. Kogut, M. Limon, S.S. Meyer, L. Page, D.N. Spergel, G.S. Tucker, E. Wollack, E.L. Wright, C. Barnes, M.R. Greason, R.S. Hill, E. Komatsu, M.R. Nolta, N. Odegard, Hiranya V. Peiris, L. Verde, J.L. Weiland.
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.Suppl.148:1,2003 [arXiv: astro-ph/0302207]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  6. 0419
  7. MEASUREMENTS OF OMEGA AND LAMBDA FROM 42 HIGH REDSHIFT SUPERNOVAE
    By Supernova Cosmology Project (
    S. Perlmutter et al.).
    Published in Astrophys.J.517:565-586,1999 [arXiv: astro-ph/9812133]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  8. 0409
  9. A LARGE MASS HIERARCHY FROM A SMALL EXTRA DIMENSION
    By Lisa Randall (Princeton U. & MIT, LNS), Raman Sundrum (Boston U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.Lett.83:3370-3373,1999 [arXiv: hep-ph/9905221]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  10. 0402
  11. MAPS OF DUST IR EMISSION FOR USE IN ESTIMATION OF REDDENING AND CMBR FOREGROUNDS
    By David J. Schlegel (Durham U.), Douglas P. Finkbeiner, Marc Davis (UC, Berkeley).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.500:525,1998 [arXiv: astro-ph/9710327]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  12. 0383
  13. THE LARGE N LIMIT OF SUPERCONFORMAL FIELD THEORIES AND SUPERGRAVITY
    By Juan M. Maldacena (Harvard U.).
    Published in
    Adv.Theor.Math.Phys.2:231-252,1998 (Int.J.Theor.Phys.38:1113-1133,1999) [arXiv: hep-th/9711200]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  14. 0359
  15. THE HIERARCHY PROBLEM AND NEW DIMENSIONS AT A MILLIMETER
    By Nima Arkani-Hamed (SLAC), Savas Dimopoulos (Stanford U., Phys. Dept.), G.R. Dvali (ICTP, Trieste).
    Published in
    Phys.Lett.B429:263-272,1998 [arXiv: hep-ph/9803315]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  16. 0357
  17. AN ALTERNATIVE TO COMPACTIFICATION
    By Lisa Randall (Princeton U. & MIT, LNS), Raman Sundrum (Boston U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.Lett.83:4690-4693,1999 [arXiv: hep-th/9906064]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  18. 0351
  19. FIRST RESULTS FROM KAMLAND: EVIDENCE FOR REACTOR ANTI-NEUTRINO DISAPPEARANCE
    By KamLAND Collaboration (
    K. Eguchi et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.90:021802,2003 [arXiv: hep-ex/0212021]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  20. 0347
  21. OBSERVATIONAL EVIDENCE FROM SUPERNOVAE FOR AN ACCELERATING UNIVERSE AND A COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT
    By Supernova Search Team (
    Adam G. Riess et al.).
    Published in Astron.J.116:1009-1038,1998 [arXiv: astro-ph/9805201]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  22. 0285
  23. DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR NEUTRINO FLAVOR TRANSFORMATION FROM NEUTRAL CURRENT INTERACTIONS IN THE SUDBURY NEUTRINO OBSERVATORY
    By SNO Collaboration (
    Q.R. Ahmad et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.89:011301,2002 [arXiv: nucl-ex/0204008]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  24. 0272
  25. NEW DIMENSIONS AT A MILLIMETER TO A FERMI AND SUPERSTRINGS AT A TEV
    By Ignatios Antoniadis (Ecole Polytechnique), Nima Arkani-Hamed (SLAC), Savas Dimopoulos (Stanford U., Phys. Dept.), G.R. Dvali (ICTP, Trieste).
    Published in
    Phys.Lett.B436:257-263,1998 [arXiv: hep-ph/9804398]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  26. 0263
  27. EVIDENCE FOR OSCILLATION OF ATMOSPHERIC NEUTRINOS
    By Super-Kamiokande Collaboration (
    Y. Fukuda et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.81:1562-1567,1998 [arXiv: hep-ex/9807003]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  28. 0261
  29. ANTI-DE SITTER SPACE AND HOLOGRAPHY
    By Edward Witten (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study).
    Published in
    Adv.Theor.Math.Phys.2:253-291,1998 [arXiv: hep-th/9802150]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  30. 0255
  31. STRING THEORY AND NONCOMMUTATIVE GEOMETRY
    By Nathan Seiberg, Edward Witten (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study).
    Published in
    JHEP 9909:032,1999 [arXiv: hep-th/9908142]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  32. 0223
  33. GAUGE THEORY CORRELATORS FROM NONCRITICAL STRING THEORY
    By S.S. Gubser, Igor R. Klebanov, Alexander M. Polyakov (Princeton U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Lett.B428:105-114,1998 [arXiv: hep-th/9802109]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  34. 0197
  35. STRINGS IN FLAT SPACE AND PP WAVES FROM N=4 SUPERYANG-MILLS
    By David Berenstein, Juan M. Maldacena, Horatiu Nastase (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study).
    Published in
    JHEP 0204:013,2002 [arXiv: hep-th/0202021]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  36. 0191
  37. A UNIVERSAL DENSITY PROFILE FROM HIERARCHICAL CLUSTERING
    By Julio F. Navarro (Arizona U.), Carols S. Frenk (Durham U.), Simon D.M. White (Garching, Max Planck Inst.).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.490:493-508,1997
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  38. 0189
  39. MEASUREMENT OF DAY AND NIGHT NEUTRINO ENERGY SPECTRA AT SNO AND CONSTRAINTS ON NEUTRINO MIXING PARAMETERS
    By SNO Collaboration (
    Q.R. Ahmad et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.89:011302,2002 [arXiv: nucl-ex/0204009]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  40. 0189
  41. WILKINSON MICROWAVE ANISOTROPY PROBE (WMAP) FIRST YEAR OBSERVATIONS: TEMPERATURE - POLARIZATION POLARIZATION
    By A. Kogut, D.N. Spergel, C. Barnes, C.L. Bennett, M. Halpern, G. Hinshaw, N. Jarosik, M. Limon, S.S. Meyer, L. Page, G. Tucker, E. Wollack, E.L. Wright.
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.Suppl.148:161,2003 [arXiv: astro-ph/0302213]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  42. 0186
  43. FINAL RESULTS FROM THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE KEY PROJECT TO MEASURE THE HUBBLE CONSTANT
    By W.L. Freedman, B.F. Madore, B.K. Gibson, L. Ferrarese, D.D. Kelson, S. Sakai, J.R. Mould, R.C. Kennicutt, H.C. Ford, J.A. Graham, J.P. Huchra, S.M.G. Hughes, G.D. Illingworth, L.M. Macri, P.B. Stetson, P.B. Stetson (Carnegie Inst. Observatories & Caltech, IPAC & Swinburne U., Ctr. Astrophys. Supercomput. & Rutgers U., Piscataway & Carnegie Inst., Wash., D.C. & NOAO, Tucson & Res. Sch. Astron. Astrophys., Weston Creek & Arizona U., Astron. Dept. - Steward Observ. & Johns Hopkins U. & Harvard-Smithsonian Ctr. Astrophys. & Cambridge U., Inst. of Astronomy & Lick Observatory & Dominion Astrophys. Obs., Victoria).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.553:47-72,2001 [arXiv: astro-ph/0012376]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  44. 0183
  45. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFRARED, OPTICAL, AND ULTRAVIOLET EXTINCTION
    By Jason A. Cardelli, Geoffrey C. Clayton, John S. Mathis (Washburn Observatory).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.345:245-256,1989
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  46. 0180
  47. MEASUREMENT OF THE RATE OF NU/E + D --> P + P + E- INTERACTIONS PRODUCED BY B-8 SOLAR NEUTRINOS AT THE SUDBURY NEUTRINO OBSERVATORY
    By SNO Collaboration (
    Q.R. Ahmad et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.87:071301,2001 [arXiv: nucl-ex/0106015]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  48. 0177
  49. LIMITS ON NEUTRINO OSCILLATIONS FROM THE CHOOZ EXPERIMENT
    By CHOOZ Collaboration (
    M. Apollonio et al.).
    Published in Phys.Lett.B466:415-430,1999 [arXiv: hep-ex/9907037]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  50. 0177
  51. THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY: TECHNICAL SUMMARY
    By SDSS Collaboration (
    Donald G. York et al.).
    Published in Astron.J.120:1579-1587,2000 [arXiv: astro-ph/0006396]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  52. 0175
  53. CP VIOLATION IN THE RENORMALIZABLE THEORY OF WEAK INTERACTION
    By M. Kobayashi, T. Maskawa (Kyoto U.).
    Published in
    Prog.Theor.Phys.49:652-657,1973
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  54. 0169
  55. LARGE N FIELD THEORIES, STRING THEORY AND GRAVITY
    By Ofer Aharony (Rutgers U., Piscataway), Steven S. Gubser (Harvard U.), Juan M. Maldacena (Harvard U. & Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study), Hirosi Ooguri (UC, Berkeley & LBL, Berkeley), Yaron Oz (CERN).
    Published in
    Phys.Rept.323:183-386,2000 [arXiv: hep-th/9905111]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  56. 0165
  57. THE INFLATIONARY UNIVERSE: A POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO THE HORIZON AND FLATNESS PROBLEMS
    By Alan H. Guth (SLAC).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.D23:347-356,1981
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  58. 0164
  59. COSMOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF A ROLLING HOMOGENEOUS SCALAR FIELD
    By Bharat Ratra, P.J.E. Peebles (Princeton U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.D37:3406,1988
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  60. 0162
  61. FIRST YEAR WILKINSON MICROWAVE ANISOTROPY PROBE (WMAP) OBSERVATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR INFLATION
    By H.V. Peiris, E. Komatsu, L. Verde, D.N. Spergel, C.L. Bennett, M. Halpern, G. Hinshaw, N. Jarosik, A. Kogut, M. Limon, S.S. Meyer, L. Page, G.S. Tucker, E. Wollack, E.L. Wright (Princeton U. & NASA, Goddard & British Columbia U. & Chicago U., EFI & CFCP, Chicago & Brown U. & UCLA).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.Suppl.148:213,2003 [arXiv: astro-ph/0302225]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  62. 0154
  63. PHENOMENOLOGY, ASTROPHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY OF THEORIES WITH SUBMILLIMETER DIMENSIONS AND TEV SCALE QUANTUM GRAVITY
    By Nima Arkani-Hamed (SLAC), Savas Dimopoulos (Stanford U., Phys. Dept.), G.R. Dvali (ICTP, Trieste).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.D59:086004,1999 [arXiv: hep-ph/9807344]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  64. 0142
  65. MEASUREMENT OF THE SOLAR ELECTRON NEUTRINO FLUX WITH THE HOMESTAKE CHLORINE DETECTOR
    By B.T. Cleveland, Timothy Daily, Raymond Davis, Jr., James R. Distel, Kenneth Lande, C.K. Lee, Paul S. Wildenhain (Pennsylvania U.), Jack Ullman (City Coll., N.Y.).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.496:505-526,1998
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  66. 0141
  67. HETEROTIC AND TYPE I STRING DYNAMICS FROM ELEVEN-DIMENSIONS
    By Petr Horava (Princeton U.), Edward Witten (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study).
    Published in
    Nucl.Phys.B460:506-524,1996 [arXiv: hep-th/9510209]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  68. 0139
  69. THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY: EARLY DATA RELEASE
    By SDSS Collaboration (
    Chris Stoughton et al.).
    Published in Astron.J.123:485-548,2002
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  70. 0136
  71. HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS EVENT GENERATION WITH PYTHIA 5.7 AND JETSET 7.4
    By Torbjorn Sjostrand (CERN).
    Published in
    Comput.Phys.Commun.82:74-90,1994
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  72. 0135
  73. ROLLING TACHYON
    By Ashoke Sen (Harish-Chandra Res. Inst. & Penn State U.).
    Published in
    JHEP 0204:048,2002 [arXiv: hep-th/0203211]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  74. 0134
  75. NEUTRINO MASS AND SPONTANEOUS PARITY VIOLATION
    By Rabindra N. Mohapatra (City Coll., N.Y.), Goran Senjanovic (Maryland U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.Lett.44:912,1980
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  76. 0134
  77. A PERTURBATIVE WINDOW INTO NONPERTURBATIVE PHYSICS
    By Robbert Dijkgraaf (Amsterdam U. & Amsterdam U., Inst. Math.), Cumrun Vafa (Harvard U., Phys. Dept.). [arXiv:
    hep-th/0208048]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  78. 0134
  79. UBVRI PHOTOMETRIC STANDARD STARS IN THE MAGNITUDE RANGE 11.5-16.0 AROUND THE CELESTIAL EQUATOR
    By Arlo U. Landolt.
    Published in
    Astron.J.104:340-371,1992
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  80. 0133
  81. PARTICLE CREATION BY BLACK HOLES
    By S.W. Hawking (Cambridge U.).
    Published in
    Commun.Math.Phys.43:199-220,1975
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  82. 0133
  83. A MEASUREMENT BY BOOMERANG OF MULTIPLE PEAKS IN THE ANGULAR POWER SPECTRUM OF THE COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND
    By Boomerang Collaboration (
    C.B. Netterfield et al.).
    Published in Astrophys.J.571:604-614,2002 [arXiv: astro-ph/0104460]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  84. 0130
  85. THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT AND DARK ENERGY
    By P.J.E. Peebles (Princeton U.), Bharat Ratra (Kansas State U.).
    Published in
    Rev.Mod.Phys.75:559-606,2003 [arXiv: astro-ph/0207347]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  86. 0129
  87. ABUNDANCES OF THE ELEMENTS: METERORITIC AND SOLAR
    By E. Anders, N. Grevesse (Chicago U., EFI & Chicago U. & Liege U.).
    Published in
    Geochim.Cosmochim.Acta 53:197-214,1989
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  88. 0128
  89. EXCLUSIVE PROCESSES IN PERTURBATIVE QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS
    By G.Peter Lepage (Cornell U., LNS), Stanley J. Brodsky (SLAC).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.D22:2157,1980
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  90. 0128
  91. BARYOGENESIS WITHOUT GRAND UNIFICATION
    By M. Fukugita (Kyoto U., Yukawa Inst., Kyoto), T. Yanagida (Tohoku U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Lett.B174:45,1986
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  92. 0128
  93. COSMOLOGICAL IMPRINT OF AN ENERGY COMPONENT WITH GENERAL EQUATION OF STATE
    By R.R. Caldwell, Rahul Dave, Paul J. Steinhardt (Pennsylvania U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.Lett.80:1582-1585,1998 [arXiv: astro-ph/9708069]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  94. 0128
  95. A LINE OF SIGHT INTEGRATION APPROACH TO COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND ANISOTROPIES
    By Uros Seljak (Harvard-Smithsonian Ctr. Astrophys.), Matias Zaldarriaga (MIT, LNS).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.469:437-444,1996 [arXiv: astro-ph/9603033]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  96. 0127
  97. REMARKS ON THE UNIFIED MODEL OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES
    By Z. Maki, M. Nakagawa, S. Sakata.
    Published in
    Prog.Theor.Phys.28:870,1962
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  98. 0126
  99. A PLANAR DIAGRAM THEORY FOR STRONG INTERACTIONS
    By Gerard 't Hooft (CERN).
    Published in
    Nucl.Phys.B72:461,1974
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  100. 0126
  101. SOLAR B-8 AND HEP NEUTRINO MEASUREMENTS FROM 1258 DAYS OF SUPER-KAMIOKANDE DATA
    By Super-Kamiokande Collaboration (
    S. Fukuda et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.86:5651-5655,2001 [arXiv: hep-ex/0103032]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  102. 0125
  103. QCD AND RESONANCE PHYSICS. SUM RULES
    By Mikhail A. Shifman, A.I. Vainshtein, Valentin I. Zakharov (Moscow, ITEP).
    Published in
    Nucl.Phys.B147:385-447,1979
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  104. 0125
  105. TYPE IIB GREEN-SCHWARZ SUPERSTRING IN PLANE WAVE RAMOND-RAMOND BACKGROUND
    By R.R. Metsaev (Lebedev Inst.).
    Published in
    Nucl.Phys.B625:70-96,2002 [arXiv: hep-th/0112044]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  106. 0125
  107. INDICATIONS OF NEUTRINO OSCILLATION IN A 250 KM LONG BASELINE EXPERIMENT
    By K2K Collaboration (
    M.H. Ahn et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.90:041801,2003 [arXiv: hep-ex/0212007]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  108. 0125
  109. THE STRUCTURE OF COLD DARK MATTER HALOS
    By Julio F. Navarro (Arizona U., Astron. Dept. - Steward Observ.), Carlos S. Frenk (Durham U.), Simon D.M. White (Garching, Max Planck Inst.).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.462:563-575,1996 [arXiv: astro-ph/9508025]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  110. 0124
  111. CHIRAL PERTURBATION THEORY: EXPANSIONS IN THE MASS OF THE STRANGE QUARK
    By J. Gasser (Bern U.), H. Leutwyler (CERN).
    Published in
    Nucl.Phys.B250:465,1985
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  112. 0124
  113. NEW GENERATION OF PARTON DISTRIBUTIONS WITH UNCERTAINTIES FROM GLOBAL QCD ANALYSIS
    By J. Pumplin, D.R. Stump, J. Huston, H.L. Lai, P. Nadolsky, W.K. Tung (Michigan State U.).
    Published in
    JHEP 0207:012,2002 [arXiv: hep-ph/0201195]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  114. 0123
  115. THE LUMINOSITY FUNCTION AND STELLAR EVOLUTION
    By Edwin E. Salpeter.
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.121:161,1955
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  116. 0122
  117. DETERMINATION OF SOLAR NEUTRINO OSCILLATION PARAMETERS USING 1496 DAYS OF SUPER-KAMIOKANDE I DATA
    By Super-Kamiokande Collaboration (
    S. Fukuda et al.).
    Published in Phys.Lett.B539:179-187,2002 [arXiv: hep-ex/0205075]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  118. 0119
  119. NONCOMMUTATIVE FIELD THEORY
    By Michael R. Douglas (Rutgers U., Piscataway & IHES, Bures), Nikita A. Nekrasov (IHES, Bures & Moscow, ITEP).
    Published in
    Rev.Mod.Phys.73:977-1029,2001 [arXiv: hep-th/0106048]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  120. 0118
  121. CHIRAL PERTURBATION THEORY TO ONE LOOP
    By J. Gasser (Bern U.), H. Leutwyler (CERN).
    Published in
    Annals Phys.158:142,1984
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  122. 0117
  123. GALLEX SOLAR NEUTRINO OBSERVATIONS: RESULTS FOR GALLEX IV
    By GALLEX Collaboration (
    W. Hampel et al.).
    Published in Phys.Lett.B447:127-133,1999
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  124. 0117
  125. HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS EVENT GENERATION WITH PYTHIA 6.1
    By Torbjorn Sjostrand (Lund U., Dept. Theor. Phys.), Patrik Eden (Nordita), Christer Friberg, Leif Lonnblad, Gabriela Miu (Lund U., Dept. Theor. Phys.), Stephen Mrenna (UC, Davis), Emanuel Norrbin (Lund U., Dept. Theor. Phys.).
    Published in
    Comput.Phys.Commun.135:238-259,2001 [arXiv: hep-ph/0010017]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  126. 0116
  127. END TO THE COSMIC RAY SPECTRUM?
    By Kenneth Greisen (Cornell U., LNS).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.Lett.16:748-750,1966
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  128. 0116
  129. TESLA: THE SUPERCONDUCTING ELECTRON POSITRON LINEAR COLLIDER WITH AN INTEGRATED X-RAY LASER LABORATORY. TECHNICAL DESIGN REPORT. PART 3. PHYSICS AT AN E+ E- LINEAR COLLIDER
    By ECFA/DESY LC Physics Working Group (
    J.A. Aguilar-Saavedra et al.). [arXiv: hep-ph/0106315]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  130. 0115
  131. DYNAMICAL MODEL OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES BASED ON AN ANALOGY WITH SUPERCONDUCTIVITY. I
    By Yoichiro Nambu, G. Jona-Lasinio (Chicago U., EFI).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.122:345-358,1961
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  132. 0114
  133. GLOBAL QCD ANALYSIS OF PARTON STRUCTURE OF THE NUCLEON: CTEQ5 PARTON DISTRIBUTIONS
    By CTEQ Collaboration (
    H.L. Lai et al.).
    Published in Eur.Phys.J.C12:375-392,2000 [arXiv: hep-ph/9903282]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  134. 0114
  135. SOLAR NEUTRINOS BEFORE AND AFTER KAMLAND
    By John N. Bahcall (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study), M.C. Gonzalez-Garcia (CERN & SUNY, Stony Brook & Valencia U., IFIC), Carlos Pena-Garay (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study).
    Published in
    JHEP 0302:009,2003 [arXiv: hep-ph/0212147]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  136. 0113
  137. EVIDENCE FOR A NARROW S = +1 BARYON RESONANCE IN PHOTOPRODUCTION FROM THE NEUTRON
    By LEPS Collaboration (
    T. Nakano et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.91:012002,2003 [arXiv: hep-ex/0301020]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  138. 0113
  139. A FLAT UNIVERSE FROM HIGH RESOLUTION MAPS OF THE COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND RADIATION
    By Boomerang Collaboration (
    P. de Bernardis et al.).
    Published in Nature 404:955-959,2000 [arXiv: astro-ph/0004404]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  140. 0112
  141. THE SEARCH FOR SUPERSYMMETRY: PROBING PHYSICS BEYOND THE STANDARD MODEL
    By Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz & SLAC), Gordon L. Kane (Michigan U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rept.117:75,1985
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  142. 0112
  143. ASYMPTOTIC FREEDOM IN PARTON LANGUAGE
    By Guido Altarelli (Ecole Normale Superieure), G. Parisi (IHES, Bures).
    Published in
    Nucl.Phys.B126:298,1977
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  144. 0112
  145. THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY PHOTOMETRIC SYSTEM
    By M. Fukugita (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study & Kyoto U., Yukawa Inst., Kyoto), T. Ichikawa (Tokyo U., Kiso Observatory), J.E. Gunn (Princeton U. Observatory), M. Doi, K. Shimasaku (Tokyo U., Astron. Dept.), D.P. Schneider (Penn State U.).
    Published in
    Astron.J.111:1748,1996
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  146. 0111
  147. CHIRAL RINGS AND ANOMALIES IN SUPERSYMMETRIC GAUGE THEORY
    By Freddy Cachazo (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study), Michael R. Douglas (Rutgers U., Piscataway & IHES, Bures), Nathan Seiberg, Edward Witten (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study).
    Published in
    JHEP 0212:071,2002 [arXiv: hep-th/0211170]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  148. 0111
  149. A NEW MAXIMALLY SUPERSYMMETRIC BACKGROUND OF IIB SUPERSTRING THEORY
    By Matthias Blau (ICTP, Trieste), Jose Figueroa-O'Farrill (Edinburgh U.), Christopher Hull (Queen Mary, U. of London), George Papadopoulos (King's Coll., London).
    Published in
    JHEP 0201:047,2002 [arXiv: hep-th/0110242]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  150. 0111
  151. MEASUREMENT OF THE CP VIOLATING ASYMMETRY AMPLITUDE SIN 2BETA
    By BABAR Collaboration (
    B. Aubert et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.89:201802,2002 [arXiv: hep-ex/0207042]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  152. 0110
  153. MATRIX MODELS, TOPOLOGICAL STRINGS, AND SUPERSYMMETRIC GAUGE THEORIES
    By Robbert Dijkgraaf (Amsterdam U. & Amsterdam U., Inst. Math.), Cumrun Vafa (Harvard U.).
    Published in
    Nucl.Phys.B644:3-20,2002 [arXiv: hep-th/0206255]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  154. 0110
  155. OBSERVATION OF A BARYON RESONANCE WITH POSITIVE STRANGENESS IN K+ COLLISIONS WITH XE NUCLEI
    By DIANA Collaboration (
    V.V. Barmin et al.).
    Published in Phys.Atom.Nucl.66:1715-1718,2003 (Yad.Fiz.66:1763-1766,2003) [arXiv: hep-ex/0304040]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  156. 0109
  157. EXOTIC ANTI-DECUPLET OF BARYONS: PREDICTION FROM CHIRAL SOLITONS
    By Dmitri Diakonov (St. Petersburg, INP & Nordita), Victor Petrov (St. Petersburg, INP), Maxim V. Polyakov (St. Petersburg, INP & Ruhr U., Bochum).
    Published in
    Z.Phys.A359:305-314,1997 [arXiv: hep-ph/9703373]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  158. 0109
  159. SPECTRAL EVOLUTION OF STELLAR POPULATIONS USING ISOCHRONE SYNTHESIS
    By A. Gustavo Bruzual, Stephane Charlot.
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.405:538-553,1993
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  160. 0109
  161. FORMATION OF GALAXIES AND CLUSTERS OF GALAXIES BY SELFSIMILAR GRAVITATIONAL CONDENSATION
    By William H. Press, Paul Schechter (Caltech).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.187:425-438,1974
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  162. 0109
  163. A CATALOG OF PARAMETERS FOR GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN THE MILKY WAY
    By William E. Harris.
    Published in
    Astron.J.112:1487,1996
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  164. 0108
  165. NEUTRINO OSCILLATIONS IN MATTER
    By L. Wolfenstein (Carnegie Mellon U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.D17:2369,1978
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  166. 0108
  167. MEASUREMENT OF THE POSITIVE MUON ANOMALOUS MAGNETIC MOMENT TO 0.7 PPM
    By Muon g-2 Collaboration (
    G.W. Bennett et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.89:101804,2002 (Erratum-ibid.89:129903,2002) [arXiv: hep-ex/0208001]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  168. 0107
  169. UNITARY SYMMETRY AND LEPTONIC DECAYS
    By N. Cabibbo (CERN).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.Lett.10:531-532,1963
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  170. 0107
  171. A POSSIBLE NEW DIMENSION AT A FEW TEV
    By Ignatios Antoniadis (Ecole Polytechnique & CERN).
    Published in
    Phys.Lett.B246:377-384,1990
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  172. 0107
  173. LYMAN BREAK GALAXIES AT Z >~ 4 AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE UV LUMINOSITY DENSITY AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    By Charles C. Steidel, Kurt L. Adelberger (Palomar Observatory), Mauro Giavalisco, Mark Dickinson (Baltimore, Space Telescope Sci.), Max Pettini (Royal Greenwich Observatory).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.519:1-17,1999 [arXiv: astro-ph/9811399]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  174. 0107
  175. DASI FIRST RESULTS: A MEASUREMENT OF THE COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND ANGULAR POWER SPECTRUM
    By N.W. Halverson, E.M. Leitch, C. Pryke, J. Kovac, J.E. Carlstrom (Chicago U.), W.L. Holzapfel (UC, Berkeley), M. Dragovan (Caltech, JPL), J.K. Cartwright, B.S. Mason, S. Padin, T.J. Pearson, M.C. Shepherd, A.C.S. Readhead (Caltech).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.568:38-45,2002 [arXiv: astro-ph/0104489]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  176. 0107
  177. SOLAR MODELS: CURRENT EPOCH AND TIME DEPENDENCES, NEUTRINOS, AND HELIOSEISMOLOGICAL PROPERTIES
    By John N. Bahcall (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study), M.H. Pinsonneault (Ohio State U.), Sarbani Basu (Yale U.).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.555:990-1012,2001 [arXiv: astro-ph/0010346]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  178. 0106
  179. SUPERSYMMETRY, SUPERGRAVITY AND PARTICLE PHYSICS
    By Hans Peter Nilles (Geneva U. & CERN).
    Published in
    Phys.Rept.110:1,1984
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  180. 0106
  181. TACHYON MATTER
    By Ashoke Sen (Harish-Chandra Res. Inst. & Penn State U.).
    Published in
    JHEP 0207:065,2002 [arXiv: hep-th/0203265]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  182. 0106
  183. WEAK DECAYS BEYOND LEADING LOGARITHMS
    By Gerhard Buchalla (Fermilab), Andrzej J. Buras (Munich, Tech. U. & Munich, Max Planck Inst.), Markus E. Lautenbacher (Munich, Tech. U. & SLAC).
    Published in
    Rev.Mod.Phys.68:1125-1144,1996 [arXiv: hep-ph/9512380]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  184. 0105
  185. THEORY OF COSMOLOGICAL PERTURBATIONS. PART 1. CLASSICAL PERTURBATIONS. PART 2. QUANTUM THEORY OF PERTURBATIONS. PART 3. EXTENSIONS
    By V.F. Mukhanov (Brown U. & Moscow, INR), H.A. Feldman (Canadian Inst. Theor. Astrophys.), Robert H. Brandenberger (Brown U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rept.215:203-333,1992
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  186. 0105
  187. QCD FACTORIZATION FOR B ---> PI PI DECAYS: STRONG PHASES AND CP VIOLATION IN THE HEAVY QUARK LIMIT
    By M. Beneke, G. Buchalla (CERN), M. Neubert (SLAC), Christopher T. Sachrajda (Southampton U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.Lett.83:1914-1917,1999 [arXiv: hep-ph/9905312]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  188. 0105
  189. A FUNDAMENTAL RELATION BETWEEN SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES AND THEIR HOST GALAXIES
    By Laura Ferrarese (UCLA), David Merritt (Rutgers U., Piscataway).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.539:L9,2000 [arXiv: astro-ph/0006053]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  190. 0103
  191. EXACTLY SOLVABLE MODEL OF SUPERSTRING IN RAMOND-RAMOND PLANE WAVE BACKGROUND
    By R.R. Metsaev (Lebedev Inst.), A.A. Tseytlin (Imperial Coll., London & Ohio State U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.D65:126004,2002 [arXiv: hep-th/0202109]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  192. 0102
  193. ELEVEN-DIMENSIONAL SUPERGRAVITY ON A MANIFOLD WITH BOUNDARY
    By Petr Horava (Princeton U.), Edward Witten (Princeton, Inst. Advanced Study).
    Published in
    Nucl.Phys.B475:94-114,1996 [arXiv: hep-th/9603142]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  194. 0102
  195. SOLAR NEUTRINO OSCILLATION PARAMETERS AFTER FIRST KAMLAND RESULTS
    By G.L. Fogli, E. Lisi, A. Marrone (Bari U. & INFN, Bari), D. Montanino (Lecce U. & INFN, Lecce), A. Palazzo, A.M. Rotunno (Bari U. & INFN, Bari).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.D67:073002,2003 [arXiv: hep-ph/0212127]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  196. 0102
  197. QCD FACTORIZATION IN B ---> PI K, PI PI DECAYS AND EXTRACTION OF WOLFENSTEIN PARAMETERS
    By M. Beneke (Aachen, Tech. Hochsch.), G. Buchalla (CERN), M. Neubert (Cornell U., LNS), Christopher T. Sachrajda (Southampton U.).
    Published in
    Nucl.Phys.B606:245-321,2001 [arXiv: hep-ph/0104110]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  198. 0102
  199. THE EINSTEIN EQUATION ON THE 3-BRANE WORLD
    By Tetsuya Shiromizu (Cambridge U., DAMTP & Tokyo U. & Tokyo U., RESCEU), Kei-ichi Maeda (Newton Inst. Math. Sci., Cambridge & Waseda U.), Misao Sasaki (Newton Inst. Math. Sci., Cambridge & Tokyo U. & Osaka U.).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.D62:024012,2000 [arXiv: gr-qc/9910076]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  200. 0101
  201. DIRICHLET BRANES AND RAMOND-RAMOND CHARGES
    By Joseph Polchinski (Santa Barbara, KITP).
    Published in
    Phys.Rev.Lett.75:4724-4727,1995 [arXiv: hep-th/9510017]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  202. 0101
  203. OBSERVATION OF AN EXOTIC S = +1 BARYON IN EXCLUSIVE PHOTOPRODUCTION FROM THE DEUTERON
    By CLAS Collaboration (
    S. Stepanyan et al.).
    Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.91:252001,2003 [arXiv: hep-ex/0307018]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  204. 0100
  205. NONCOMMUTATIVE GEOMETRY AND MATRIX THEORY: COMPACTIFICATION ON TORI
    By Alain Connes (IHES, Bures), Michael R. Douglas (IHES, Bures & Rutgers U., Piscataway), Albert Schwarz (IHES, Bures & Rutgers U., Piscataway & UC, Davis).
    Published in
    JHEP 9802:003,1998 [arXiv: hep-th/9711162]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  206. 0100
  207. BEAMING IN GAMMA-RAY BURSTS: EVIDENCE FOR A STANDARD ENERGY RESERVOIR
    By D.A. Frail, S.R. Kulkarni, R. Sari, S.G. Djorgovski, J.S. Bloom, T.J. Galama, D.E. Reichart, E. Berger, F.A. Harrison, P.A. Price, S.A. Yost, A. Diercks, R.W. Goodrich, F. Chaffee.
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.562:L55,2001 [arXiv: astro-ph/0102282]
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

  208. 0100
  209. THE EVOLUTION AND EXPLOSION OF MASSIVE STARS. 2. EXPLOSIVE HYDRODYNAMICS AND NUCLEOSYNTHESIS
    By S.E. Woosley, T.A. Weaver (Lick Observatory & LLNL, Livermore).
    Published in
    Astrophys.J.Suppl.101:181-235,1995
    [Total number of citations in HEP]

About SPIRES :: SLAC :: SLAC Library :: Contact

SPIRES too slow? Try INSPIRE

Would you like to search faster? And smarter?
Get detailed results?
Directly access figures?
Know which papers are cited together with yours?
Search inside papers?

Try INSPIRE, the successor of SPIRES, delivering all these features and much more.

More details on INSPIRE at projecthepinspire.net

 SPIRES HEP is a joint project of SLAC, DESY & FNAL as well as the worldwide HEP community.
 Mirrors: DESY (Germany), Fermilab (US), IHEP (Russia), Durham U. (UK), SLAC (US), YITP (Japan)  LIPI (Indonesia);"

 spires@slac.stanford.edu
 Last Updated: 05/15/2004