NLO Cross Sections for the LHC using GOLEM : Status and Prospects. / Binoth, Thomas; Cullen, Gavin; Greiner, Nicolas; Guffanti, Alberto; Guillet, Jean-Philippe; Heinrich, Gudrun; Karg, Stefan; Kauer, Nikolas; Reiter, Thomas; Reuter, Jurgen.

2010.

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NLO Cross Sections for the LHC using GOLEM : Status and Prospects. / Binoth, Thomas; Cullen, Gavin; Greiner, Nicolas; Guffanti, Alberto; Guillet, Jean-Philippe; Heinrich, Gudrun; Karg, Stefan; Kauer, Nikolas; Reiter, Thomas; Reuter, Jurgen.

2010.

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Binoth, T, Cullen, G, Greiner, N, Guffanti, A, Guillet, J-P, Heinrich, G, Karg, S, Kauer, N, Reiter, T & Reuter, J 2010, 'NLO Cross Sections for the LHC using GOLEM: Status and Prospects'.

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Binoth, T., Cullen, G., Greiner, N., Guffanti, A., Guillet, J-P., Heinrich, G., Karg, S., Kauer, N., Reiter, T., & Reuter, J. (2010). NLO Cross Sections for the LHC using GOLEM: Status and Prospects.

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Binoth T, Cullen G, Greiner N, Guffanti A, Guillet J-P, Heinrich G et al. NLO Cross Sections for the LHC using GOLEM: Status and Prospects. 2010.

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Binoth, Thomas ; Cullen, Gavin ; Greiner, Nicolas ; Guffanti, Alberto ; Guillet, Jean-Philippe ; Heinrich, Gudrun ; Karg, Stefan ; Kauer, Nikolas ; Reiter, Thomas ; Reuter, Jurgen. / NLO Cross Sections for the LHC using GOLEM : Status and Prospects.

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