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5020 GeV-cms/nucleon New physics Jet bottom Dark energy Phase space Transverse momentum dependence Energy high Instrumentation Correlation function Electroweak interaction Signature Background ATLAS Final state njet lepton P p colliding beams Hadron-Hadron scattering experiments 13000 GeV-cms Geometry Channel cross section branching ratio upper limit Large-scale structure of Universe Electron Mass dependence Muon pair production Numerical calculations Monte Carlo Dark matter Ionizing radiation Channel cross section measured Simulation New physics search for Higher-order 1 Channel cross section upper limit Galaxy Correlation Activity report Particle Physics Experiments 8000 GeV-cms CERN Lab ALICE Cosmological model Bottom particle identification Quantum chromodynamics perturbation theory Top pair production P p scattering Monte Carlo Cryogenics Signal processing Beyond Standard Model Cosmology observations HESS Numerical calculations CMS Heavy ion scattering Kinematics Lead Data analysis method Calibration Climate change Gravitation Field theory conformal Rapidity dependence Photon Nucleus Muon Supersymmetry CERN LHC Coll Metrology Detector Neutrino oscillation Structure Transverse momentum Bottom pair production Higgs particle hadronic decay Cavity Differential cross section measured Quark gluon plasma Rapidity Radioactivity TeV Statistical analysis Higgs particle hadroproduction Perturbation theory higher-order Transverse momentum missing-energy Parton distribution function Z0 leptonic decay Final state njet dilepton Double-beta decay 0neutrino Quantum chromodynamics Machine learning Gravitational radiation Nuclear instrumentation W leptonic decay Effective field theory Experimental results Performance Detector design Resonance production Bolometer Panoply Artificial intelligence Sensitivity