Publications of Ashutosh V. Kotwal    :recent first  alphabetical  combined listing:

%% Papers Published   
@article{fds308264,
   Author = {Odonnell, JM and Kotwal, A and Fortune, HT},
   Title = {Three-state mixing among 0+ states in even Cd
             isotopes},
   Journal = {Physical Review C},
   Volume = {38},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {2047-2051},
   Year = {1988},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.38.2047},
   Abstract = {Ratios of (t,p) transfer intensities to 0+ states in the
             cadmium isotopes have been analyzed using a three-state
             mixing model. The data allows determination of the degree of
             mixing of the rotational (intruder) state into the
             zero-phonon and two-phonon 0+ states. The three lowest 0+
             states are found to be relatively pure and the intruder
             state lies above the two-phonon state in the heavier
             isotopes. © 1988 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevC.38.2047},
   Key = {fds308264}
}

@article{fds308261,
   Author = {Burlein, M and Fortune, HT and Amos, WM and Ekenberg, TL and Kotwal, A and Kutt, PH and Odonnell, JM and Silk, JD and Boyer, B and Fuentes, A and Johnson, K and Moore, CF and Yoo, SH and Mordechai, S and Morris, CL and Zumbro, JD and Watson, DL and Dhuga, KS},
   Title = {Pion inelastic scattering to the low-lying broad 2+ in
             Ne20},
   Journal = {Physical Review C},
   Volume = {40},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {785-789},
   Year = {1989},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.40.785},
   Abstract = {We have observed the broad 2+ member of the K=04+ band of
             Ne20 with the Ne20() reaction at T=120 and 180 MeV and with
             Ne20() at T=180 MeV. We find an excitation energy of
             9.000.18 MeV and a width of 0.8 MeV. The B(E2) is determined
             to be approximately 25 to 35 e2fm4. © 1989 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevC.40.785},
   Key = {fds308261}
}

@article{fds308262,
   Author = {Troutman, R and Kotwal, A},
   Title = {Non-linear source/drain effects in amorphous-silicon
             thin-film transistors},
   Journal = {IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices},
   Volume = {36},
   Number = {11 pt 1},
   Pages = {2624-},
   Year = {1989},
   Abstract = {Summary form only given. The authors discuss the effect of
             space-charge-limited conduction through the a-Si layer on
             n-channel staggered TFT (thin-film transistor)
             current-voltage characteristics by introducing a new model
             that incorporates this effect. Current density through the
             a-Si film can be described by J = βφ4, where φ is the
             potential from the channel to the source (or drain) contact.
             Field-effect mobility in an a-Si TFT increases with gate
             voltage because a greater fraction of the gate-induced
             electrons is in extended tail states as the Fermi level
             approaches the conduction band edge. Current flow at the
             ends of the channel is roughly analogous to the transmission
             line effect in shallow MOSFET source/drain diffusions, but
             the effect in TFTs is highly nonlinear because of the
             space-charge-limited current behavior. Experimental
             current-voltage characteristics measured on a variety of
             staggered TFTs closely match the simulated curves over a
             wide range of terminal voltages. Differential
             channel-conductance measurements of a-Si TFTs at a fixed
             gate voltage reveal a peak at low drain voltage with a sharp
             drop on the lower side. This behavior cannot be explained by
             models using linear series impedance, but it is accurately
             duplicated by the new model.},
   Key = {fds308262}
}

@article{fds308263,
   Author = {Troutman, RR and Kotwal, A},
   Title = {Device model for the amorphous-silicon staggered-electrode
             thin-film transistor},
   Journal = {IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices},
   Volume = {36},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {2915-2922},
   Year = {1989},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/16.40955},
   Abstract = {A model for the amorphous-silicon (a-Si) staggered-electrode
             thin-film transistor (TFT) that incorporates gate-voltage
             dependent mobility for channel current and
             space-charge-limited current effects for the source and
             drain contacts is discussed. This model is in excellent
             agreement with TFT data over a wide range of applied
             voltages and for various channel lengths. For the devices
             measured, the TFT current depends more sensitively on
             effective channel mobility than on space-charge-limited
             current through the a-Si layer, but the latter is
             responsible for current crowding at low drain voltage.
             Because of the two-dimensional current flow under the
             contacts, their equivalent lumped element model exhibits a
             different power law behavior than that for one-dimensional
             current flow in an n+-i-n+ structure. It also shows that a
             peak in the differential conductance curve at low drain
             voltage is a sensitive indicator of current crowding and
             implies a superlinear equivalent lumped element in series
             with the intrinsic TFT.},
   Doi = {10.1109/16.40955},
   Key = {fds308263}
}

@article{fds308260,
   Author = {Watson, DL and Gilman, R and Morris, CL and Zumbro, JD and Mordechai, S and Burlein, M and Odonnell, JM and Fortune, HT and Kotwal, A and Puttz, J and Silk, JD and McDonald, JS and Moore, CF and Williams, AL and Yoo,
             SY},
   Title = {Pion-induced double charge exchange on C12, Mg24, S32, and
             Ca40},
   Journal = {Physical Review C},
   Volume = {43},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {1318-1320},
   Year = {1991},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.43.1318},
   Abstract = {Angular distributions for pion-induced double-charge-exchange
             (DCX) reaction have been measured at 164 MeV on the T=0
             target nuclei C12, Mg24, S32, and Ca40. The data are
             compared to calculations using the nucleon interaction model
             with realistic wave functions and NN and NN form factors
             deduced from fits to previously published DCX data on O16.
             The calculations reproduce the general shape of the angular
             distributions and the absolute magnitude of the cross
             sections to within a factor of two. © 1991 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevC.43.1318},
   Key = {fds308260}
}

@article{fds308259,
   Author = {Burlein, M and Fortune, HT and Amos, WM and Ekenberg, TL and Kotwal, A and Kutt, PH and O'Donnell, JM and Silk, JD and Boyer, B and Fuentes, A and Johnson, K and Moore, CF and Yoo, SH and Mordechai, S and Morris, CL and Zumbro, JD and Watson, DL and Dhuga, KS},
   Title = {Pion inelastic scattering to low-lying positive-parity
             states in Ne20},
   Journal = {Physical Review C},
   Volume = {51},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {88-97},
   Year = {1995},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.51.88},
   Abstract = {We have measured pion inelastic scattering from Ne20 with
             180 MeV π+ and π- at 12°and from 15°to 90°in 5°steps
             and with 120 MeV π+ from 15°to 90°in 5°steps. We report
             here on states in the first four Kπ=0+ bands, including the
             6.73MeV 0+ and the 8.78-MeV 6+ levels. Coupled-channels
             processes are shown to be important for many states. © 1995
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevC.51.88},
   Key = {fds308259}
}

@booklet{Adams95,
   Author = {Adams, MR and Aïd, S and Anthony, PL and Averill, DA and Baker, MD and Baller, BR and Banerjee, A and Bhatti, AA and Bratzler, U and Braun, HM and Breidung, H and Busza, W and Carroll, TJ and Clark, HL and Conrad, JM and Davisson, R and Derado, I and Dhawan, SK and Dietrich, FS and Dougherty,
             W and Dreyer, T and Eckardt, V and Ecker, U and Erdmann, M and Fang, GY and Figiel, J and Finlay, RW and Gebauer, HJ and Geesaman, DF and Griffioen,
             KA and Guo, RS and Haas, J and Halliwell, C and Hantke, D and Hicks, KH and Hughes, VW and Jackson, HE and Jaffe, DE and Jancso, G and Jansen, DM and Jin, Z and Kaufman, S et al.},
   Title = {Shadowing in inelastic scattering of muons on carbon,
             calcium and lead at low xBj},
   Journal = {Zeitschrift Für Physik C Particles and Fields},
   Volume = {67},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {403-410},
   Year = {1995},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF01624583},
   Abstract = {Nuclear shadowing is observed in the per-nucleon cross
             sections of positive muons on carbon, calcium and lead as
             compared to deuterium. The data were taken by Fermilab
             experiment E665 using inelastically scattered muons of mean
             incident momentum 470 GeV/c. Cross-section ratios are
             presented in the kinematic region 0.0001<xBj<0.56 and
             0.1<Q2<80 GeV2. The data are consistent with no
             significant ν or Q2 dependence at fixed xBj. As xBj
             decreases, the size of the shadowing effect, as well as its
             A dependence, are found to approach the corresponding
             measurements in photoproduction. © 1995
             Springer-Verlag.},
   Doi = {10.1007/BF01624583},
   Key = {Adams95}
}

@booklet{Adams95c,
   Author = {Adams, MR and Aïd, S and Anthony, PL and Averill, DA and Baker, MD and Baller, BR and Banerjee, A and Bhatti, AA and Bratzler, U and Braun, HM and Breidung, H and Busza, W and Carroll, TJ and Clark, HL and Conrad, JM and Davisson, R and Derado, I and Dhawan, SK and Dietrich, FS and Dougherty,
             W and Dreyer, T and Eckardt, V and Ecker, U and Erdmann, M and Faller, F and Fang, GY and Figiel, J and Finlay, RW and Gebauer, HJ and Geesaman, DF and Griffioen, KA and Guo, RS and Haas, J and Halliwell, C and Hantke, D and Hicks, KH and Hughes, VW and Jackson, HE and Jancso, G and Jansen, DM and Jin, Z and Kaufman, S et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of nuclear transparencies from exclusive rho 0
             meson production in muon-nucleus scattering at 470
             GeV.},
   Journal = {Phys Rev Lett},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {1525-1529},
   Year = {1995},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.74.1525},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.74.1525},
   Key = {Adams95c}
}

@booklet{Adams95b,
   Author = {Adams, MR and Aïd, S and Anthony, PL and Averill, DA and Baker, MD and Baller, BR and Banerjee, A and Bhatti, AA and Bratzler, U and Braun, HM and Breidung, H and Busza, W and Carroll, TJ and Clark, HL and Conrad, JM and Davisson, R and Derado, I and Dhawan, SK and Dietrich, FS and Dougherty,
             W and Dreyer, T and Eckardt, V and Ecker, U and Erdmann, M and Fang, GY and Figiel, J and Finlay, RW and Gebauer, HJ and Geesaman, DF and Griffioen,
             KA and Guo, RS and Haas, J and Halliwell, C and Hantke, D and Hicks, KH and Hughes, VW and Jackson, HE and Jaffe, DE and Jancso, G and Jansen, DM and Jin, Z and Kaufman, S et al.},
   Title = {Nuclear decay following deep inelastic scattering of 470 GeV
             muons.},
   Journal = {Phys Rev Lett},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {26},
   Pages = {5198-5201},
   Year = {1995},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.74.5198},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.74.5198},
   Key = {Adams95b}
}

@booklet{Adams95a,
   Author = {Adams, MR and Aïd, S and Anthony, PL and Averill, DA and Baker, MD and Baller, BR and Banerjee, A and Bhatti, AA and Bratzler, U and Braun, HM and Carroll, TJ and Clark, HL and Conrad, JM and Davisson, R and Derado, I and Dhawan, SK and Dietrich, FS and Dougherty, W and Dreyer, T and Eckardt,
             V and Ecker, U and Erdmann, M and Fang, GY and Figiel, J and Finlay, RW and Gebauer, HJ and Geesaman, DF and Griffioen, KA and Guo, RS and Haas, J and Halliwell, C and Hantke, D and Hicks, KH and Hughes, VW and Jackson, HE and Jaffe, DE and Jancso, G and Jansen, DM and Jin, Z and Kaufman, S and Kennedy, RD and Kinney, ER et al.},
   Title = {Extraction of the Ratio Fn2/Fp2 from Muon-Deuteron and
             Muon-Proton Scattering at Small x and Q2.},
   Journal = {Phys Rev Lett},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {8},
   Pages = {1466-1470},
   Year = {1995},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.75.1466},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.75.1466},
   Key = {Adams95a}
}

@article{fds308254,
   Author = {Laymon, CM and Amos, W and Burlein, MG and Fortune, HT and Ekenberg, T and Kotwal, A and O'Donnell, JM and Silk, JD and Zumbro, JD and Morris, CL and Seestrom, SJ and Dhuga, KS and Garnett, R and Rawool-Sullivan, MW and Moore, CF and Morris, SL and Watson, DL},
   Title = {Pion elastic and inelastic 2+1
             scattering on 58,60,62,64Ni at Tπ=180
             MeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics},
   Volume = {53},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {1167-1172},
   Year = {1996},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.53.1167},
   Abstract = {Angular distributions for π+ and π- elastic and inelastic
             scattering from the Z=28 closed-proton-shell nuclei
             58,50,62,64Ni have been measured at an incident pion kinetic
             energy of 180 MeV. Values for the neutron and proton matrix
             elements for the transition to the Jπ=2+1 state have been
             extracted using the distorted wave impulse approximation in
             which the π+ and π- data were fitted simultaneously and
             the neutron and proton vibrational transition strengths were
             treated as free parameters. While all transitions are
             predominantly collective, extracted values of M n|Mp
             indicate increasing collectivity as a function of neutron
             number and are consistent with the collective limit of N|Z
             for 64Ni.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevC.53.1167},
   Key = {fds308254}
}

@booklet{Adams96,
   Author = {Adams, MR and Aïd, S and Anthony, PL and Averill, DA and Baker, MD and Baller, BR and Banerjee, A and Bhatti, AA and Bratzler, U and Braun, HM and Carroll, TJ and Clark, HL and Conrad, JM and Davisson, R and Derado, I and Dietrich, FS and Dougherty, W and Dreyer, T and Eckardt, V and Ecker, U and Erdmann, M and Fang, GY and Figiel, J and Finlay, RW and Gebauer, HJ and Geesaman, DF and Griffioen, KA and Guo, RS and Haas, J and Halliwell, C and Hantke, D and Hicks, KH and Jackson, HE and Jaffe, DE and Jancso, G and Jansen, DM and Jin, Z and Kaufman, S and Kennedy, RD and Kinney, ER and Kobrak, HG and Kotwal, AV et al.},
   Title = {Proton and deuteron structure functions in muon scattering
             at 470 GeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {54},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {3006-3056},
   Year = {1996},
   Month = {September},
   Key = {Adams96}
}

@booklet{Abachi97a,
   Author = {Abachi, S and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Borders, J and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R et al.},
   Title = {Direct measurement of the top quark mass},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {1197-1202},
   Year = {1997},
   Abstract = {We measure the top quark mass mt using tt̄ pairs produced
             in the D0 detector by √s = 1.8 TeV pp̄ collisions in a
             125 pb-1 exposure at the Fermilab Tevatron. We make a two
             constraint fit to mt in tt̄ → bW+b̄W- final states with
             one W decaying to qq̄ and the other to eν or μν. Events
             are binned in fit mass versus a measure of probability for
             events to be signal rather than background. Likelihood fits
             to the data yield mt = 173.3 ± 5.6(stat) ± 6.2(syst)
             GeV/c2.},
   Key = {Abachi97a}
}

@booklet{Abachi97f,
   Author = {Abachi, S and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Álvarez, G and Alves,
             GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Aronson, SH and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Bendich, J and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Bischoff, A and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F et al.},
   Title = {Search for diphoton events with large missing transverse
             energy in pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {11},
   Pages = {2070-2074},
   Year = {1997},
   Abstract = {A search for new physics has been carried out in the channel
             pp̄ → γγ + ET, as expected in various supersymmetric
             models. We require two photons with transverse energy ET
             > 12 GeV and pseudorapidity |ηγ < 1.1. The
             distribution of missing transverse energy (ET) is consistent
             with background and no events have ET > 25 GeV. We set
             limits on production cross sections for selectron,
             sneutrino, and neutralino pairs, decaying into photons,
             which range from about 400 fb to 1 pb depending on the
             sparticle masses. A general limit of 185 fb (95% C.L.) is
             set on σ(pp̄ → γγET + X), where ETγ > 12 GeV,
             |ηγ| < 1.1, and ET > 25 GeV.},
   Key = {Abachi97f}
}

@booklet{Abbott97a,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali,
             V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS et al.},
   Title = {Search for scalar leptoquark pairs decaying to electrons and
             jets in p̄ p collisions},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {22},
   Pages = {4321-4326},
   Year = {1997},
   Abstract = {We have searched for the pair production of first generation
             scalar leptoquarks in the eejj channel using the full data
             set (123 pb-1) collected with the DO detector at the
             Fermilab Tevatron during 1992-1996. We observe no candidates
             with an expected background of approximately 0.4 events.
             Comparing the experimental 95% confidence level upper limit
             to theoretical calculations of the cross section with the
             assumption of a 100% branching fraction of eq, we set a
             lower limit on the mass of a first generation scalar
             leptoquark of 225 GeV/c2. The results of this analysis rule
             out the interpretation of the excess of high Q2 events at
             DESY HERA as leptoquarks which decay exclusively to
             eq.},
   Key = {Abbott97a}
}

@article{fds308251,
   Author = {Adams et al., MR},
   Title = {Diffractive production of $\rho^0 (770)$ mesons in
             muon-proton interactions at 470 GeV},
   Journal = {Zeitschrift Für Physik C Particles and Fields},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {237-261},
   Year = {1997},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s002880050386},
   Abstract = {The diffractive production of ρ0(770) mesons in muon-proton
             interactions is studied in the kinematic region 0.15 GeV2
             < Q2 < 20 GeV2 and 20 GeV < v < 420 GeV. The
             data were obtained in the Fermilab fixed-target experiment
             E665 with primary muons of 470 GeV energy. Results are
             presented on the Q2, x and v dependence of the cross
             section, on the shape of the π+π- mass spectrum, on the
             slope of the diffraction peak and on the production and
             decay angular distributions of the ρ0(770). The cross
             section for diffractive production of ρ0 by virtual photons
             on protons depends mainly on Q2. At fixed Q2, no significant
             dependence on x or v is observed. The extrapolation to Q2 =
             0 yields a photoproduction cross section of (10.30 ± 0.33)
             μb. The slope of the t′ distribution has a value of (7.0
             ± 0.2) GeV-2, with a tendency to decrease as Q2 increases.
             The production and decay angular distributions of the ρ0
             depend strongly on Q2 and are consistent with s-channel
             helicity conservation. The ratio R = σL/σT deduced from
             the decay angular distributions rises strongly with Q2,
             passing the value of 1 at Q2 ≈ 2 GeV2. © Springer-Verlag
             1997.},
   Doi = {10.1007/s002880050386},
   Key = {fds308251}
}

@article{fds308252,
   Author = {Adams, MR and Aderholz, M and Aïd, S and Anthony, PL and Averill, DA and Baker, MD and Baller, BR and Banerjee, A and Bhatti, AA and Bratzler, U and Braun, HM and Carroll, TJ and Clark, HL and Conrad, JM and Davisson, R and Derado, I and Dietrich, FS and Dougherty, W and Dreyer, T and Eckardt,
             V and Ecker, U and Erdmann, M and Fang, GY and Figiel, J and Finlay, RW and Gebauer, HJ and Geesaman, DF and Griffioen, KA and Guo, RS and Haas, J and Halliwell, C and Hantke, D and Hicks, KH and Jackson, HE and Jaffe, DE and Jancso, G and Jansen, DM and Jin, Z and Kaufmann, S and Kennedy, RD and Kinney, ER and Kobrak, HGE et al.},
   Title = {Inclusive single-particle distributions and transverse
             momenta of forward produced charged hadrons in μp
             scattering at 470 GeV},
   Journal = {Zeitschrift Für Physik C Particles and Fields},
   Volume = {76},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {441-463},
   Year = {1997},
   Abstract = {Using data from the Fermilab fixed target experiment E665,
             general properties of forward produced charged hadrons in
             μp interactions at a primary muon energy of 470 GeV are
             investigated. The normalized inclusive single-particle
             distributions for Feynman-x D(xF) and for the transverse
             momentum D(pt2, xF) are measured as a function of W and Q2.
             The dependence of the average transverse momentum squared
             〈pt2〉 on xF, W and Q2 is studied. The increasing
             contribution from diffractive production as Q2 decreases
             leads to a reduction of the average charged hadron
             multiplicities at low (positive) xF and an enhancement at
             large xF, for Q2 ≲ 10 GeV2. It also reduces 〈pt2〉 for
             Q2 ≲ 5 GeV2 and 0.4 ≲ xF < 1.0. © Springer-Verlag
             1997.},
   Key = {fds308252}
}

@booklet{Abbott97b,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali,
             V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Borders, J and Boswell, C and Brandt,
             A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et al.},
   Title = {Limits on WWZ and WWαcouplings from p¯p → ev
             jjX Events at s=1.8TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {8},
   Pages = {1441-1446},
   Year = {1997},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.79.1441},
   Abstract = {We present limits on anomalous WWZ and WW α couplings from
             a search for WW and WZ production in p¯p collisions at √
             s=1.8TeV. We use p¯p → ev jjX events recorded with the D0
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider during the
             1992–1995 run. The data sample corresponds to an
             integrated luminosity of 96.0±5.1pb −1 . Assuming
             identical WWZ and WW α coupling parameters, the 95% C.L.
             limits on the CP−conserving couplings are −0.33 < λ <
             0.36 (Δ k =0) and −0.43 < Δ k < 0.59 (λ=0), for a form
             factor scale = ⋀ 2.0TeV. Limits based on other assumptions
             are also presented. © 1997 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.79.1441},
   Key = {Abbott97b}
}

@booklet{Abachi97d,
   Author = {Abachi, S and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Álvarez, G and Alves,
             GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Aronson, SH and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Bendich, J and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Bischoff, A and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F et al.},
   Title = {Limits on anomalous WWγ couplings from pp → Wγ + X
             events at √s = 1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {19},
   Pages = {3634-3639},
   Year = {1997},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.78.3634},
   Abstract = {We have measured the WW? gauge boson coupling parameters
             using pp → ℓνγ + X (ℓ = e,μ) events at √s=1.8
             TeV. The data, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of
             92.8pb -1 , were collected using the DØ detector at the
             Fermilab Tevatron Collider. The measured cross section times
             branching ratio for pp → W γ + X with p γ T > 10 GeV/c
             and R ℓν > 0.7 is 11.3 +1.7 -1.5 ±1.5 pb, in agreement
             with the standard model prediction. The 1 degree of freedom
             95% confidence level limits on individual CP-conserving
             parameters are -0.93 < Δκ < 0.94 and -0.31 < λ < 0.29.
             Similar limits are set on the CP-violating coupling
             parameters. © 1997 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.78.3634},
   Key = {Abachi97d}
}

@booklet{Adams97a,
   Author = {M. R. Adams and M. Aderholz and S. Aid and P. L. Anthony and D. A. Averill and M. D. Baker and B. R. Baller and A.
             Banerjee and H. M. Braun and T. J. Carroll and H. L. Clark and J. M. Conrad and R. Davisson and I. Derado and A. A.
             Bhatti and U. Bratzler a},
   Title = {Diffractive production of rho(0)(770) mesons in muon-proton
             interactions at 470 GeV},
   Journal = {Zeitschrift Fur Physik C-particles And Fields},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {237 -- 261},
   Year = {1997},
   Month = {April},
   Key = {Adams97a}
}

@booklet{Abachi97e,
   Author = {Abachi, S and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Borders, J and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev,
             SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl,
             HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Drinkard, J and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga,
             MK and Featherly, J and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro,
             G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Geld, TL and Genik II and RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grim, G and Grinstein, S and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida,
             JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, YE and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik,
             R and Jiang, JZ-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, JS and Kehoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kim,
             CL and Kim, SK and Klatchko, A and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin, VI and Kochetkov, VI and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovski, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami, S and Lan, H and Lander, R and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, Q and Liu, YC and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, SC and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Mani, S and Mao,
             HS and Markeloff, R and Markosky, L and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and de Miranda, JM and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney,
             P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham,
             VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Nešić,
             D and Nicola, M and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Pang, M and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Pušeljić, D and Qian,
             J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Rapidis, PA and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe, NA and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, A and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood, PM and Sosebee,
             M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stoianova, DA and Stoker, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yanagisawa, C and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhu, Q and Zhu, ZH and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Study of the and Couplings in Production},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {19},
   Pages = {3640-3645},
   Year = {1997},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.78.3640},
   Abstract = {We have measured the ZZγ and Zγγ couplings by studying
             13.1 pb-1 of pp̄ → γ + X data at √s = 1.8 TeV with the
             DØ detector at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. This is the
             first study of hadronic Zγ production in the neutrino decay
             channel. Combining this measurement with our previous
             results using Z → ee and μμ yields the most strineent
             95% C.L. limits to date on anomalous couplings: |h30Z| &lt;
             0.4, |h40Z| &lt; 0.06 (Λ = 750 GeV).},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.78.3640},
   Key = {Abachi97e}
}

@booklet{Abachi97c,
   Author = {Abachi, S and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Borders, J and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev,
             SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg,
             M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Drinkard, J and Ducros, Y and Dudko,
             LV and Dugad, SR and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga, MK and Featherly,
             J and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Geld, TL and Genik II and RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gomez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grim, G and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl,
             S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev,
             SN and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, YE and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Jiang,
             JZ-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, JS and Kehoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kim, CL and Kim,
             SK and Klatchko, A and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin, VI and Kochetkov, VI and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovski,
             EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami, S and Lan, H and Lander, R and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer,
             B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, Q and Liu,
             YC and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, SC and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon,
             AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Markosky, L and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and de Miranda, JM and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney,
             P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham,
             VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Nes̆ić, D and Nicola, M and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Pang, M and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Pus̆eljić, D and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Rapidis, PA and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe, NA and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Singh, P and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, A and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood,
             PM and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stoianova, DA and Stoker, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yanagisawa, C and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhu, Q and Zhu, ZH and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Search for a Fourth Generation Charge Quark via Flavor
             Changing Neutral Current Decay},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {20},
   Pages = {3818-3823},
   Year = {1997},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.78.3818},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for pair production of a fourth
             generation charge -1/3 quark (b′) in p p̄ collisions at
             √s = 1.8 TcV by the DØ experiment at the Fermilab
             Tevatron using an integrated luminosity of 93 pb-1. Both
             b′ quarks are assumed to decay via flavor changing neutral
             currents (FCNC). The search uses the signatures γ + 3 jets
             + μ-tag and 2y + 2 jets. We see no significant excess of
             events over the expected background. We place an upper limit
             on the production cross section times branching fraction
             that is well below theoretical expectations for a b′
             decaying exclusively via FCNC for b′ masses up to mz +
             mb.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.78.3818},
   Key = {Abachi97c}
}

@booklet{Abachi97b,
   Author = {Abachi, S and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Borders, J and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev,
             SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cumings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl,
             HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Drinkard, J and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga,
             MK and Featherly, J and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro,
             G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Geld, TL and Genik II and RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grim, G and Grinstein, S and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida,
             JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, P and Gutnokov, YE and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik,
             R and Jiang, JZ-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, JS and Keohoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kim, CL and Kim, SK and Klatchko, A and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin, VI and Kochetkov, VI and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovski, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami, S and Lan, H and Lander, R and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, Q and Liu, YC and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, SC and Lökös, S and Leuking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Mani, S and Mao,
             HS and Markeloff, R and Markosky, L and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and de Miranda, JM and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney,
             P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham,
             VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Nes̆ić, D and Nicola, M and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Pang, M and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Pus̆eljić, D and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramirez, O and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe, NA and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, A and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood, PM and Sosebee,
             M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stoianova, DA and Stoker, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yanagisawa, C and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhu, Q and Zhu, ZH and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Measurement of the Top Quark Pair Production Cross Section
             in Collisions},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {1203-1208},
   Year = {1997},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.79.1203},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the tt̄ production cross
             section in pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV by the D0
             experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron. The measurement is
             based on data from an integrated luminosity of approximately
             125 pb-1 accumulated during the 1992-1996 collider run. We
             observe 39 tt̄ candidate events in the dilepton and lepton
             + jets decay channels with an expected background of 13.7 ±
             2.2 events. For a top quark mass of 173.3 GeV/c2, we measure
             the tt̄ production cross section to be 5.5 ± 1.8
             pb.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.79.1203},
   Key = {Abachi97b}
}

@booklet{Adams97,
   Author = {M. R. Adams and M. Aderholz and S. Aid and P. L. Anthony and D. A. Averill and M. D. Baker and B. R. Baller and A.
             Banerjee and A. A. Bhatti and U. Bratzler and H. M. Braun and T. J. Carroll and H. L. Clark and J. M. Conrad and R.
             Davisson and I. Derado a},
   Title = {Inclusive single-particle distributions and transverse
             momenta of forward produced charged hadrons in mu p
             scattering at 470 GeV},
   Journal = {Zeitschrift Fur Physik C-particles And Fields},
   Volume = {76},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {441 -- 463},
   Year = {1997},
   Month = {November},
   Key = {Adams97}
}

@booklet{Abbott97,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali,
             V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, J and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho,
             W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes,
             D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger,
             C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper,
             P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga,
             MK and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Geld, TL and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grim, G and Grinstein, S and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida,
             JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, YE and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Jiang, J-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, JS and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kim, CL and Kim, SK and Klatchko, A and Klima,
             B and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin, VI and Kochetkov, VI and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovski, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami, S and Lan,
             H and Lander, R and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn,
             SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, YC and Lobkowicz, F and Loken,
             SC and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras,
             RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin, M and Merritt,
             KW and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal,
             NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney, P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang,
             F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Nicola, M and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Pang, M and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov,
             Y and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe,
             NA and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood, PM and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stichelbaut, F and Stoianova, DA and Stoker, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Y and Zhu, ZH and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Color coherent radiation in multijet events from collisions
             at},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {414},
   Number = {3-4},
   Pages = {419-427},
   Year = {1997},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(97)01190-8},
   Abstract = {We report on a study of color coherence effects in pp-
             collisions at a center of mass energy √s = 1.8 TeV. The
             data were collected with the DØ detector during the
             1992-1993 run of the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. We observe
             the presence of initial-to-final state color interference
             with the spatial correlations between soft and hard jets in
             multijet events in the central and in forward pseudorapidity
             regions. The results are compared to Monte Carlo simulations
             with different color coherence implementations and to the
             predictions of script O sign(α3s) QCD calculations. © 1997
             Elsevier Science B.V.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(97)01190-8},
   Key = {Abbott97}
}

@booklet{Abachi97,
   Author = {Abachi, S and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Borders, J and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev,
             SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl,
             HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Drinkard, J and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga,
             MK and Featherly, J and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro,
             G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Geld, TL and Genik II and RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grim, G and Grinstein, S and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida,
             JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, YE and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik,
             R and Jiang, JZ-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johari, H and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, JS and Kehoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kim, CL and Kim, SK and Klatchko, A and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin, VI and Kochetkov, VI and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovski, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami, S and Lan,
             H and Lander, R and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn,
             SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, Q and Liu, YC and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, SC and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Mani, S and Mao,
             HS and Markeloff, R and Markosky, L and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and de Miranda, JM and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney,
             P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham,
             VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Nešić,
             D and Nicola, M and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Pang, M and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Pušeljić, D and Qian,
             J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Rapidis, PA and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe, NA and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, A and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood, PM and Sosebee,
             M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stoianova, DA and Stoker, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yanagisawa, C and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhu, Q and Zhu, ZH and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Studies of gauge boson pair production and trilinear
             couplings},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {56},
   Number = {11},
   Pages = {6742-6778},
   Year = {1997},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.56.6742},
   Abstract = {The gauge boson pair production processes Wγ, WW, WZ, and
             Zγ were studied using pp̄ collisions corresponding to an
             integrated luminosity of approximately 14 pb-1 at a
             center-of-mass energy of √s=1.8 TeV. Analysis of Wγ
             production with subsequent W boson decay to ℓν,
             (ℓ=e,μ) is reported, including a fit the pT spectrum of
             the photons which leads to limits on anomalous WWγ
             couplings. A search for WW production with subsequent decay
             to ℓℓ̄νν̄ (ℓ=e,μ) is presented, leading to an
             upper limit on the WW in WW and WZ production is described,
             where one W boson decays to an electron and a neutrino and
             the second W boson or the Z boson decays to two jets. A
             maximum likelihood fit to the pT spectrum fo W bosons
             resulted in limits on anomalous WWγ and WWZ couplings. A
             combined fit to the three data sets which provided the
             tightest limits on anomalous WWγ and WWZ couplings is also
             described. Limits on anomalous ZZγ and Zγγ couplings are
             presented from an analysis of the photon ET spectrum in Zγ
             events in the decay channels (ee, μμ, and νν) of the Z
             boson.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.56.6742},
   Key = {Abachi97}
}

@booklet{Abbott98k,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali,
             V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et
             al.},
   Title = {Zγ production in pp̄ collisions at √s=1.8 TeV and limits
             on anomalous ZZγ and Zγγ couplings},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {57},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {R3817-R3821},
   Year = {1998},
   Abstract = {We present a study of Zγ+X production in pp̄ collisions at
             √s=1.8 TeV from 97 (87) pb-1 of data collected in the eeγ
             (μμγ) decay channel with the D0 detector at Fermilab. The
             event yield and kinematic characteristics are consistent
             with the standard model predictions. We obtain limits on
             anomalous ZZγ and Zγγ couplings for form factor scales
             Λ=500 GeV and Λ=750 GeV. Combining this analysis with our
             previous results yields 95% C.L. limits |hZ30|&lt;0.36,
             |hZ40|&lt;0.05, |hγ30|&lt;0.37, and |hγ40|&lt;0.05 for a
             form factor scale Λ=750 GeV.},
   Key = {Abbott98k}
}

@article{fds308233,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et
             al.},
   Title = {Limits on WWγ and WWZ couplings from W boson pair
             production},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {58},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {511011-511016},
   Year = {1998},
   ISSN = {0556-2821},
   Abstract = {The results of a search for W boson pair production in pp̄
             collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV with subsequent decay to eμ,
             ee, and μμ channels are presented. Five candidate events
             are observed with an expected background of 3.1 ± 0.4
             events for an integrated luminosity of approximately 97
             pb-1. Limits on the anomalous couplings are obtained from a
             maximum likelihood fit of the ET spectra of the leptons in
             the candidate events. Assuming identical WWγ and WWZ
             couplings, the 95% C.L. limits are -0.62&lt;Δκ&lt;0.77 (λ
             = 0) and -0.53&lt;λ &lt;0.56 (Δκ = 0) for a form factor
             scale Λ= 1.5 TeV.},
   Key = {fds308233}
}

@article{fds308234,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et
             al.},
   Title = {Limits on WWγ and WWZ couplings from IV boson pair
             production},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {58},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {DUMMY1},
   Year = {1998},
   Abstract = {The results of a search for W boson pair production in pp
             collisions at √s= 1.8 TeV with subsequent decay to eμ,
             ee, and μμ channels are presented. Five candidate events
             are observed with an expected background of 3.1 ±0.4 events
             for an integrated luminosity of approximately 97 pb-1.
             Limits on the anomalous couplings are obtained from a
             maximum likelihood fit of the ET spectra of the leptons in
             the candidate events. Assuming identical WWγ and WWZ
             couplings, the 95% C.L. limits are -0.62&lt;Δκ&lt;0.77 (X.
             = 0) and -0.53&lt;λ &lt;0.56 (Δκ=0) for a form factor
             scale Λ= 1.5 TeV. © 1998 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Key = {fds308234}
}

@booklet{Abbott98h,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattachaņee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the shape of the transverse momentum
             distribution of W bosons produced in p p̄ collisions at
             √s = 1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {80},
   Number = {25},
   Pages = {5498-5503},
   Year = {1998},
   Abstract = {The shape of the transverse momentum distribution of W
             bosons (pTW) produced in pp*macr; collisions at √s = 1.8
             TeV is measured with the DO detector at Fermilab. The result
             is compared with QCD perturbative and resummation
             calculations over the pTW range from 0 to 200 GeV/c. The
             shape of the distribution is consistent with the theoretical
             prediction.},
   Key = {Abbott98h}
}

@booklet{Abbott98f,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattachaņee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for heavy pointlike Dirac monopoles},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {81},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {524-529},
   Year = {1998},
   Abstract = {We have searched for central production of a pair of photons
             with high transverse energies in pp̄ collisions at √s =
             1.8 TeV using 70 pb-1 of data collected with the D0 detector
             at the Fermilab Tevatron in 1994-1996. If they exist,
             virtual heavy pointlike Dirac monopoles could rescatter
             pairs of nearly real photons into this final state via a box
             diagram. We observe no excess of events above background,
             and set lower 95% C.L. limits of 610, 870, or 1580 GeV/c2 on
             the mass of a spin 0, 1/2, or 1 Dirac monopole.},
   Key = {Abbott98f}
}

@booklet{Abbott98l,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis,
             E and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram,
             I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et al.},
   Title = {Search for first generation scalar leptoquark pairs in pp̄
             collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {80},
   Number = {10},
   Pages = {2051-2056},
   Year = {1998},
   Abstract = {We have searched for first generation scalar leptoquark (LQ)
             pairs in the ev + jets channel using pp̄ collider data (∫
             L dt ≈ 115 pb-1) collected by the DO experiment at the
             Fermilab Tevatron during 1992-1996. The analysis yields no
             candidate events. We combine the results with those from the
             ee + jets and vv + jets channels to obtain 95% confidence
             level (C.L.) upper limits on the LQ pair production cross
             section as a function of mass and of β, the branching
             fraction to a charged lepton. Comparing with the
             next-to-leading order theory, we set 95% C.L. lower limits
             on the LQ mass of 225, 204, and 79 GeV/c2 for β= 1, 1/2,
             and 0, respectively.},
   Key = {Abbott98l}
}

@article{fds308238,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis,
             E and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram,
             I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the W boson mass},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {58},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {920031-9200337},
   Year = {1998},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the W boson mass using data
             collected by the D0 experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron
             during 1994-1995. We identify W bosons by their decays to ev
             final states. We extract the W mass MW by fitting the
             transverse mass and transverse electron momentum spectra
             from a sample of 28 323 W → ev decay candidates. We use a
             sample of 3563 dielectron events, mostly due to Z → ee
             decays, to constrain our model of the detector response.
             From the transverse mass fit we measure MW =
             80.44±0.10(stat)±0.07(syst) GeV. Combining this with our
             previously published result from data taken in 1992-1993, we
             obtain MW = 80.43±0.11 GeV.},
   Key = {fds308238}
}

@article{fds308239,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis,
             E and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram,
             I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et al.},
   Title = {Direct measurement of the top quark mass by the DØ
             Collaboration},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {58},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {520011-520012+5200139},
   Year = {1998},
   ISSN = {0556-2821},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.58.052001},
   Abstract = {We determine the top quark mass mt using tt̄ pairs produced
             in the DØ deteetor by √s = 1.8 TeV pp̄ collisions in a
             125 ph-1 exposure at the Fermilab Tevatron. We make a two
             constraint fit to mt in tt̄→bW+b̄W- final states with
             one W boson decaying to qq̄ and the other to eν or μν.
             Likelihood fits to the data yield mt(l+jets) = 173.3±5.6
             (stat) ± 5.5 (syst) GeV/c2. When this result is combined
             with an analysis of events in which both W bosons decay into
             leptons, we obtain mt = 172.1 ± 5.2 (stat) ± 4.9 (syst)
             GeV/c2. An alternate analysis, using three constraint fits
             to fixed top quark masses, gives mt(l + jets) = 176.0 ± 7.9
             (stat) ± 4.8 (syst) GeV/c2, consistent with the above
             result. Studies of kinematic distributions of the top quark
             candidates are also presented.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.58.052001},
   Key = {fds308239}
}

@article{fds308240,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis,
             E and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram,
             I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et al.},
   Title = {Direct measurement of the top quark mass by the DO
             Collaboration},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {58},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {DUMMY5},
   Year = {1998},
   Abstract = {We determine the top quark mass mt using tt pairs produced
             in the DØ detector by √s=1.8TeV pp collisions in a 125
             pb-1 exposure at the Fermilab Tevatron. We make a two
             constraint fit to m1 in tt→bW+bW- final states with one W
             boson decaying to qq and the other to ev or μv. Likelihood
             fits to the data yield mt(l+jets)= 173.3±5.6 (stat) ±5.5
             (syst) GeV/c2. When this result is combined with an analysis
             of events in which both W bosons decay into leptons, we
             obtain mt= 172.1 ±5.2 (stat) ±4.9 (syst) GeV/c2. An
             alternate analysis, using three constraint fits to fixed top
             quark masses, gives mt(l+ jets) = 176.0 ±7.9 (stat)± 4.8
             (syst) GeV/c2, consistent with the above result. Studies of
             kinematic distributions of the top quark candidates are also
             presented. © 1998 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Key = {fds308240}
}

@booklet{Abbott98j,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis,
             E and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram,
             I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et al.},
   Title = {A Measurement of the W Boson Mass at the Fermilab p p̄
             Collider},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {80},
   Number = {14},
   Pages = {3008-3013},
   Year = {1998},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the W boson mass based on an
             integrated luminosity of 82 pb-1 from pp̄ collisions at
             √s = 1.8 TeV recorded in 1994-1995 by the D0 detector at
             the Fermilab Tevatron. We identify W bosons by their decays
             to e v and extract the mass by fitting the transverse mass
             spectrum from 28 323 W boson candidates. A sample of 3563
             dielectron events, mostly due to Z → ee decays, constrains
             models of W boson production and the detector. We measure MW
             = 80.44 ± 0.10(stat) ± 0.07(syst) GeV. By combining this
             measurement with our result form the 1992-1993 data set, we
             obtain Mw = 80.43 ± 0.11 GeV.},
   Key = {Abbott98j}
}

@booklet{Abbott98p,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali,
             V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS et al.},
   Title = {Experimental Search for Chargino and Neutralino Production
             in Supersymmetry Models with a Light Gravitino},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {80},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {442-447},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.80.442},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.80.442},
   Key = {Abbott98p}
}

@booklet{Abbott98g,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Goussiou, A and Baarmand, MM and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Dugad, SR and Bantly,
             J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram,
             I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Astur, R and Biswas,
             N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko,
             NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross,
             A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS et al.},
   Title = {Search for charge-1/3 Third-generation leptoquarks in p¯p
             collisions at √s=1.8TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {81},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {38-43},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.81.38},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for charge-1/3 third-generation
             leptoquarks (LQ) produced in p¯p collisions at √s=1.8TeV
             using the D0 detector at Fermilab. Third-generation
             leptoquarks are assumed to be produced in pairs and to decay
             to a tau neutrino and a b quark with branching fraction B.
             We place upper limits on σ (p¯p→LQ¯LQ)B 2 as a function
             of the leptoquark mass M LQ . Assuming B=1 we exclude at the
             95% confidence level third-generation scalar leptoquarks
             with M LQ < 94GeV/c 2 and third-generation vector
             leptoquarks with M LQ < 216GeV/c 2 (M LQ < 148GeV/c 2 )
             assuming Yang-Mills (anomalous) coupling. © 1998 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.81.38},
   Key = {Abbott98g}
}

@booklet{Abachi98,
   Author = {Abachi, S and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Álvarez, G and Alves,
             GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Aronson, SH and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Bendich, J and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Bischoff, A and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Borders, J and Boswell, C and Brandt,
             A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler,
             JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty,
             D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes,
             D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger,
             C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and De,
             K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Drinkard,
             J and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahey, S and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga, MK and Featherly, J and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Franzini, P and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Geld, TL and Genik II and RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gibbard, B and Glebov, V and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov,
             PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Griffin, G and Grim, G and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl,
             S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Guryn, W and Gurzhiev,
             SN and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, YE and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Jiang,
             JZ-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, JS and Kehoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kerth, L and Kim, CL and Kim, SK and Klatchko, A and Klima, B and Klochkov, BI and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin, VI and Kochetkov, VI and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovski, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami, S and Lan,
             H and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Lebrat, J-F and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li, YK and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, Q and Liu, YC and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, SC and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Markosky, L and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merritt,
             KW and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and de Miranda, JM and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney, P and da Motta,
             H and Mudan, M and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Nešić, D and Nicola, M and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima,
             N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Pang, M and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Pušeljić, D and Qian,
             J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Rapidis, PA and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe, NA and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, A and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood, PM and Sosebee,
             M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stoianova, DA and Stoker, D and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi,
             J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts,
             PM and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won,
             E and Wood, DR and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yanagisawa, C and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Y and Zhu, Q and Zhu, ZH and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Search for top squark pair production in the dielectron
             channel},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {57},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {589-593},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.57.589},
   Abstract = {This report describes the first search for top squark pair
             production in the channel t̃1t̄̃1→bb̄χ
             1̃+χ1̃-→ee+jets+ET using 74.9±8.9 pb-1 of data
             collected using the DØ detector. A 95% confidence level
             upper limit on σ· B is presented. The limit is above the
             theoretical expectation for σ· B for this process, but
             does show the sensitivity of the current DØ data set to a
             particular topology for new physics.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.57.589},
   Key = {Abachi98}
}

@booklet{Abbott98o,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali,
             V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho,
             W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes,
             D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger,
             C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper,
             P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga,
             MK and Featherly, J and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro,
             G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Geld, TL and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grim, G and Grinstein, S and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, YE and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Jiang,
             JZ-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, JS and Kehoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kim, CL and Kim,
             SK and Klatchko, A and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin, VI and Kochetkov, VI and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovski,
             EA and Krane, J and Kirshnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami, S and Lan, H and Lander, R and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer,
             B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, Q and Liu,
             YC and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, SC and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon,
             AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov,
             N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney, P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Nicola, M and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley,
             P and Pang, M and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramirez, O and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe, NA and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood, PM and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stichelbaut, F and Stoianova, DA and Stoker, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yanagisawa, C and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhu, ZH and Zieminska, D and Zieminski,
             A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Measurement of Dijet Angular Distributions and Search for
             Quark Compositeness},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {80},
   Number = {4},
   Pages = {666-671},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.80.666},
   Abstract = {We have measured the dijet angular distribution in √s =
             1.8 TeV pp̄ collisions using the D0 detector. Order αs3
             QCD predictions are in good agreement with the data. At 95%
             confidence limit the data exclude models of quark
             compositeness in which the contact interaction scale is
             below 2 TeV.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.80.666},
   Key = {Abbott98o}
}

@booklet{Abbott98n,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, B and Adam, I and Adams, D and Adams,
             M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, G and Amos, N and Anderson, E and Astur,
             R and Baarmand, M and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, J and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, S and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, V and Bhat, P and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey,
             G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, N and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, V and Butler, J and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev, S and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, B and Christenson, J and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, A and Cobau, W and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, W and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, M and Cutts, D and Dahl, O and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, S and Diehl, H and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, L and Dugad, S and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, V and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, O and Evdokimov, V and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, H and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, G and Fortner, M and Frame, K and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, A and Gartung, P and Geld, T and Genik, R and Genser, K and Gerber, C and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, P and González Solís and J and Gordon, H and Goss, L and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, P and Green, D and Greenlee, H and Grim, G and Grinstein, S and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, J and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev,
             S and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, Y and Hadley, N and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, K and Hall, R and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, J and Hedin, D and Heinson, A and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, J and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, J and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, A and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, S and Jesik, R and Jiang, J and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones,
             M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, S and Jung, C and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, J and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kelly, M and Kim,
             C and Kim, S and Klatchko, A and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin,
             V and Kochetkov, V and Kohli, J and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, A and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, A and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, A and Kozlovski, E and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, M and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami,
             S and Lander, R and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, Q and Lima, J and Lincoln, D and Linn, S and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, Y and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, S and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon, A and Maciel, A and Madaras, R and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, H and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, M and Mauritz, K and May, B and Mayorov, A and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley,
             J and McMahon, T and Melanson, H and Merkin, M and Merritt, K and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra, C and Mokhov, N and Mondal, N and Montgomery, H and Mooney, P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, V and Narayanan, A and Neal, H and Negret, J and Nemethy, P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Para, A and Park, Y and Partridge,
             R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Podstavkov, V and Pope, B and Prosper, H and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, P and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft,
             S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe, N and Rubinov, P and Ruchti,
             R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, R and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, H and Shivpuri, R and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, J and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, E and Smith,
             R and Snihur, R and Snow, G and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood,
             P and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, A and Steinbrueck, G and Stephens, R and Stevenson, M and Stewart, D and Stichelbaut, F and Stoianova, D and Stoker, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi,
             J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, T and Thompson, J and Trippe, T and Tuts, P and Varelas, N and Varnes, E and Vititoe, D and Volkov, A and Vorobiev, A and Wahl, H and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, J and Wightman, J and Willis, S and Wimpenny, S and Wirjawan, J and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, D and Xu, H and Yamada,
             R and Yamin, P and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhu, Z and Zieminska, D and Zieminski,
             A and Zverev, E and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Search for Trilepton Signatures from Associated Gaugino Pair
             Production},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {80},
   Number = {8},
   Pages = {1591-1596},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.80.1591},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for the trilepton decay signature from
             the associated production of supersymmetric gaugino pairs,
             χ̃1±χ̃20, within the context of minimal supersymmetric
             models that conserve R parity. This search uses 95 pb-1 of
             pp̄ data taken at √s = 1.8 TeV with the D0 detector. No
             evidence of a trilepton signature has been found, and a
             limit on the product of cross section times branching
             fraction to trileptons is given as a function of χ̃1±
             mass.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.80.1591},
   Key = {Abbott98n}
}

@booklet{Adams98,
   Author = {M. R. Adams and S. Aid and P. L. Anthony and D. A. Averill and M. D. Baker and B. R. Baller and A. Banerjee and A. A.
             Bhatti and U. Bratzler and H. M. Braun and H. Breidung and W. Busza and T. J. Carroll and H. L. Clark and J. M. Conrad and R. Davisson an},
   Title = {Nuclear decay following deep inelastic scattering of 470GeV
             muons (vol 74, pg 5198, 1995)},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {80},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {2020 -- 2021},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {March},
   Key = {Adams98}
}

@booklet{Abbott98i,
   Author = {B. Abbott and M. Abolins and B. S. Acharya and I. Adam and D. L. Adams and M. Adams and S. Ahn and H. Aihara and G. A.
             Alves and N. Amos and E. W. Anderson and R. Astur and M. M.
             Baarmand and A. Baden and V. Balamurali and J. Balderston and B. Baldin and},
   Title = {Search for the decay b -$>$ X-s mu(+)mu(-)},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {423},
   Number = {3-4},
   Pages = {419 -- 426},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {March},
   Key = {Abbott98i}
}

@booklet{Abbott98m,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali,
             V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Borders, J and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev,
             SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl,
             HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko,
             LV and Dugad, SR and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga, MK and Featherly,
             J and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Geld, TL and Genik, II, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grim, G and Grinstein, S and Grossman, N and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida,
             JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, YE and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik,
             R and Jiang, JZ-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, JS and Kehoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kim,
             CL and Kim, SK and Klatchko, A and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin, VI and Kochetkov, VI and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovski, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami, S and Lan, H and Lander, R and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, Q and Liu, YC and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, SC and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Mani, S and Mao,
             HS and Markeloff, R and Markosky, L and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and de Miranda, JM and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney,
             P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham,
             VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Nicola,
             M and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Pang, M and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge,
             R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe, NA and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer,
             L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, A and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood,
             PM and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stoianova, DA and Stoker, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yanagisawa, C and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhu, ZH and Zieminska, D and Zieminski,
             A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Measurement of the Top Quark Mass Using Dilepton
             Events},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {80},
   Number = {10},
   Pages = {2063-2068},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.80.2063},
   Abstract = {The D0 Collaboration has performed a measurement of the top
             quark mass mt based on six candidate events for the process
             tt̄ → bW+ b̄W-, where the W bosons decay to eν or μν.
             This sample was collected during an exposure of the D0
             detector to an integrated luminosity of 125 pb-1 of √s =
             1.8 TeV pp̄ collisions. We obtain mt = 168.4 ± 12.3(stat)
             ± 3.6(syst) GeV/c2, consistent with the measurement
             obtained using single-lepton events. Combination of the
             single-lepton and dilepton results yields mt = 172.0 ± 7.5
             GeV/c2.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.80.2063},
   Key = {Abbott98m}
}

@article{fds308230,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Baden, A and Balamurali,
             V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Bazizi, K and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev,
             SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisenko, N and Denisov, D and Denisov,
             SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Ducros,
             Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Fatyga, MK and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Geld, TL and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goforth, M and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov,
             PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grim, G and Grinstein, S and Grossman, N and Grudberg,
             P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, P and Gutnikov, YE and Hadley,
             NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall,
             RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson,
             AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky,
             R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu,
             T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Jiang, JZ-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, JS and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kim, CL and Kim, SK and Klatchko, A and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Klyukhin, VI and Kochetkov, VI and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovski, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kunori, S and Lami, S and Lan,
             H and Lander, R and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn,
             SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Liu, YC and Lobkowicz, F and Loken,
             SC and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras,
             RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin, M and Merritt,
             KW and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal,
             NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney, P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang,
             F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Pang, M and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peryshkin, S and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramirez, O and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roe, NA and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sood, PM and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stichelbaut, F and Stoianova, DA and Stoker, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Y and Zhu, Q and Zhu, ZH and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Determination of the mass of the boson using the D∅
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {58},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {120021+1200249},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.58.012002},
   Abstract = {A measurement of the mass of the W boson is presented which
             is based on a sample of 5982 W → eν decays observed in
             pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV with the D∅ detector
             during the 1992-1993 run. From a fit to the transverse mass
             spectrum, combined with measurements of the Z boson mass,
             the W boson mass is measured to be MW = 80.350±0.140(stat)±0.165(syst)±0.160(scale)
             GeV/c2. Detailed discussions of the determination of the
             absolute energy scale, the measured efficiencies, and all
             systematic uncertainties are presented.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.58.012002},
   Key = {fds308230}
}

@booklet{Abbott98e,
   Author = {B. Abbott and M. Abolins and B. S. Acharya and I. Adam and D. L. Adams and M. Adams and S. Ahn and H. Aihara and G. A.
             Alves and E. Amidi and N. Amos and E. W. Anderson and R.
             Astur and M. M. Baarmand and A. Baden and V. Balamurali and J. Balderston and B},
   Title = {Determination of the mass of the W boson using the D0
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {5801},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {July},
   Key = {Abbott98e}
}

@article{fds332359,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et
             al.},
   Title = {Limits on anomalous and couplings},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {58},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {July},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.58.031102},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.58.031102},
   Key = {fds332359}
}

@booklet{Abbott98d,
   Author = {B. Abbott and M. Abolins and B. S. Acharya and I. Adam and D. L. Adams and M. Adams and S. Ahn and H. Aihara and G. A.
             Alves and N. Amos and E. W. Anderson and R. Astur and M. M.
             Baarmand and L. Babukhadia and A. Baden and V. Balamurali and J. Balderston},
   Title = {Limits on anomalous WW gamma and WWZ couplings},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {5803},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {August},
   Key = {Abbott98d}
}

@booklet{Abbott98b,
   Author = {B. Abbott and M. Abolins and B. S. Acharya and I. Adam and D. L. Adams and M. Adams and S. Ahn and H. Aihara and G. A.
             Alves and N. Amos and E. W. Anderson and R. Astur and M. M.
             Baarmand and L. Babukhadia and A. Baden and V. Balamurali and J. Balderston},
   Title = {Limits on WW gamma and WWZ couplings from W boson pair
             production},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {5805},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {art. no. -- 051101},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {September},
   Key = {Abbott98b}
}

@booklet{Abbott98a,
   Author = {B. Abbott and M. Abolins and B. S. Acharya and I. Adam and D. L. Adams and M. Adams and S. Ahn and H. Aihara and G. A.
             Alves and N. Amos and E. W. Anderson and R. Astur and M. M.
             Baarmand and A. Baden and V. Balamurali and J. Balderston and B. Baldin and},
   Title = {Measurement of the W boson mass},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {5809},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {art. no. -- 092003},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {November},
   Key = {Abbott98a}
}

@booklet{Abbott98,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, B and Adam, I and Adams, D and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, G and Amos, N and Anderson, E and Astur, R and Baarmand, M and Babintsev, V and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, J and Belyaev, A and Beri, S and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, V and Bhat, P and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom,
             P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, N and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, V and Butler, J and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev,
             S and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, B and Christenson,
             J and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, A and Cobau, W and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, W and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Dahl, O and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, S and Diehl, H and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, L and Dugad, S and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, V and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, O and Evdokimov, V and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, H and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, G and Fortner, M and Frame, K and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, A and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Geld, T and Genik II and R and Genser, K and Gerber, C and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gobbi, B and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, P and González Solı́s and J and Gordon, H and Goss, L and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, P and Green, D and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg,
             P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, J and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, S and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, N and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, K and Hall, R and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, J and Hedin, D and Heinson, A and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, J and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, J and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Ito, A and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, S and Jesik, R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones,
             M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, S and Jung, C and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kelly, M and Kim, S and Klima,
             B and Klopfenstein, C and Ko, W and Kohli, J and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, A and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, A and Kozelov, A and Kozlovsky, E and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, M and Krzywdzinski, S and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, Q and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, S and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, S and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lyon, A and Maciel, AK and Madaras, R and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, H and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, M and Mauritz, K and May, B and Mayorov, A and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, H and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, K and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra, C and Mokhov, N and Mondal, N and Montgomery, H and Mooney, P and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, V and Narayanan, A and Neal, H and Negret, J and Nemethy, P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oliveira, E and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen,
             D and Padley, P and Para, A and Park, Y and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Pope, B and Prosper, H and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, P and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramirez, O and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             R and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, H and Shivpuri, R and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, J and Sirotenko, V and Smith, E and Smith, R and Snihur, R and Snow,
             G and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, R and Stevenson, M and Stewart, D and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova,
             D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TL and Thompson, J and Trippe, T and Tuts, P and Vaniev, V and Varelas, N and Varnes, E and Vititoe, D and Volkov, A and Vorobiev, A and Wahl, H and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White,
             A and White, J and Wightman, J and Willis, S and Wimpenny, S and Wirjawan,
             JV and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, D and Wu, Z and Yamada, R and Yamin,
             P and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yip, K and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhang, B and Zhou, Y and Zhou, Z and Zhu, Z and Zielinski,
             M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, E and Zylberstejn,
             A},
   Title = {Probing hard color-singlet exchange in collisions at = 630
             GeV and 1800 GeV},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {440},
   Number = {1-2},
   Pages = {189-202},
   Year = {1998},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(98)01238-6},
   Abstract = {We present results on dijet production via hard
             color-singlet exchange in proton-antiproton collisions at
             √s = 630 GeV and 1800 GeV using the DØ detector. The
             fraction of dijet events produced via color-singlet exchange
             is measured as a function of jet transverse energy,
             separation in pseudorapidity between the two highest
             transverse energy jets, and proton-antiproton center-of-mass
             energy. The results are consistent with a color-singlet
             fraction that increases with an increasing fraction of
             quark-initiated processes and inconsistent with two-gluon
             models for the hard color-singlet. © 1998 Published by
             Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(98)01238-6},
   Key = {Abbott98}
}

@article{fds308211,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Baldin, B and Banerjee,
             S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding,
             F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R et al.},
   Title = {Small angle J/ψ production in pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.8
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {82},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {35-40},
   Year = {1999},
   Abstract = {This paper presents the first measurement of inclusive J/ψ
             production cross section in the forward pseudorapidity
             region 2.5 ≤ |ηJ/ψ| ≤ 3.7 in pp̄ collisions at √s =
             1.8 TeV. The results are based on 9.8 pb-1 of data collected
             using the D0 detector at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. The
             inclusive J/ψ cross section for transverse momenta between
             1 and 16 GeV/c is compared with theoretical models of
             charmonium production.},
   Key = {fds308211}
}

@article{fds308213,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Baldin, B and Banerjee,
             S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding,
             F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the top quark mass in the dilepton
             channel},
   Journal = {Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and
             Cosmology},
   Volume = {60},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {1-21},
   Year = {1999},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the top quark mass using six
             candidate events for the process pp̄→tt̄+X
             →l+vbl-v̄b̄+X, observed in the D0 experiment at the
             Fermilab pp̄ collider. Using maximum likelihood fits to the
             dynamics of the decays, we measure a mass for the top quark
             of mt=168.4±12.3(stat) ±3.6(syst) Gev. We combine this
             result with our previous measurement in the tt̄→l+jets
             channel to obtain mt=172.1 ± 7.1 GeV as the best value of
             the mass of the top quark measured by D0. ©1999 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Key = {fds308213}
}

@article{fds308214,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Baldin, B and Banerjee,
             S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding,
             F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R et al.},
   Title = {Dijet mass spectrum and a search for quark compositeness in
             p̄p collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {82},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {2457-2462},
   Year = {1999},
   Abstract = {Using the D0 detector at the 1.8 TeV p̄p Fermilab Tevatron
             collider, we have measured the inclusive dijet mass spectrum
             in the central pseudorapidity region |ηjet| &lt; 1.0 for
             dijet masses greater than 200 GeV/c2. We have also measured
             the ratio of spectra σ(|ηjet| &lt; 0.5)/σ(0.5 &lt;
             |ηjet| &lt; 1.0). The order αs3 quantum chromodynamics
             predictions are in good agreement with the data and we rule
             out models of quark compositeness with a contact interaction
             scale &lt;2.4 TeV at the 95% confidence level. © 1999 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Key = {fds308214}
}

@article{fds308216,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Brock, R and Bross, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the high-mass Drell-Yan cross section and
             limits on quark-electron compositeness scales},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {82},
   Number = {24},
   Pages = {4769-4774},
   Year = {1999},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the Drell-Yan cross section at
             high dielectron invariant mass using 120 pb-1 of data
             collected in pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV by the DO
             Collaboration during 1992-1996. No deviation from standard
             model expectations is observed. We use the data to set
             limits on the quark-electron compositeness scale. The 95%
             confidence level lower limits on the compositeness scale
             vary between 3.3 and 6.1 TeV depending on the assumed form
             of the effective contact interaction. © 1999 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Key = {fds308216}
}

@article{fds308217,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, H and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Baldin, B and Banerjee,
             S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding,
             F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R et al.},
   Title = {Inclusive jet cross section in p̄p collisions at √s = 1.8
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {82},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {2451-2456},
   Year = {1999},
   Abstract = {We have made a precise measurement of the central inclusive
             jet cross section at √s = 1.8 TeV. The measurement is
             based on an integrated luminosity of 92 pb-1 collected at
             the Fermilab Tevatron p̄p Collider with the D0 detector.
             The cross section, reported as a function of jet transverse
             energy (ET ≥ 60 GeV) in the pseudorapidity interval |η|
             ≤ 0.5, is in good agreement with predictions from
             next-to-leading order quantum chromo dynamics. © 1999 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Key = {fds308217}
}

@article{fds308218,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R et al.},
   Title = {Search for second generation leptoquark pairs decaying to
             μν + jets in pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.8
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {83},
   Number = {15},
   Pages = {2896-2901},
   Year = {1999},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for second generation leptoquarks (LQ)
             produced in pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV using the D0
             detector at Fermilab. Second generation leptoquarks are
             assumed to be produced in pairs and to decay to either μ or
             ν and either a strange or a charm quark (q). Limits are
             placed on σ(pp̄ → LQLQ → μν + jets) as a function of
             the mass of the leptoquark. For equal branching ratios to
             μq and νq, second generation scalar leptoquarks with a
             mass below 160 GeV/c2, vector leptoquarks with anomalous
             minimal vector couplings with a mass below 240 GeV/c2, and
             vector leptoquarks with Yang-Mills couplings with a mass
             below 290 GeV/c2, are excluded at the 95% confidence level.
             © 1999 The American Physical Society.},
   Key = {fds308218}
}

@article{fds308220,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R et al.},
   Title = {Search for bottom squarks in pp̄ collisions at √s=1.8
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and
             Cosmology},
   Volume = {60},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {1-5},
   Year = {1999},
   Key = {fds308220}
}

@article{fds308222,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov,
             VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for squarks and gluinos in events containing jets and
             a large imbalance in transverse energy},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {83},
   Number = {24},
   Pages = {4937-4942},
   Year = {1999},
   Key = {fds308222}
}

@article{fds308225,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov,
             VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of W and Z boson production cross sections in
             pp̄ collisions at √s=1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and
             Cosmology},
   Volume = {60},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {1-21},
   Year = {1999},
   Abstract = {DØ has measured the inclusive production cross section of W
             and Z bosons in a sample of 13 pb-1 of data collected at the
             Fermilab Tevatron. The cross sections, multiplied by their
             leptonic branching fractions, for production in pp̄
             collisions at √s=1.8 TeV are σWB(W→eν)=2.36±0.02±0.08±0.13
             nb, σWB(W →μν)=2.09±0.06±0.22±0.11 nb, σZB(Z→e+e
             -)=0.218±0.008±0.008±0.012 nb, and σZB(Z →μ+μ
             -)=0.178±0.022±0.021±0.009 nb, where the first
             uncertainty is statistical and the second systematic; the
             third reflects the uncertainty in the integrated luminosity.
             For the combined electron and muon analyses, we find
             σWB(W→lν)/σZB(Z→l +l-)=10.90±0.52. Assuming standard
             model couplings, we use this result to determine the width
             of the W boson, and obtain Γ(W)=2.044±0.097 GeV. ©1999
             The American Physical Society.},
   Key = {fds308225}
}

@article{fds308212,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Baldin, B and Banerjee,
             S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding,
             F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey,
             D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang,
             S-M and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark,
             AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, WE and Cretsinger,
             C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper,
             P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga,
             MK and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Geld, TL and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gobbi, B and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, AS and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones,
             M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kelly, ML and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kuleshov, S and Kunori, S and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, SC and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao,
             HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May,
             B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin, M and Merritt,
             KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney, P and Mostafa, M and da Motta,
             H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan,
             A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oliveira, E and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Para, A and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramirez, O and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, AL and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink,
             M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Vaniev, V and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Vititoe, D and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev,
             AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Wu, Z and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yip,
             K and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhang, B and Zhou,
             Y and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski,
             A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Search for Squarks and Gluinos in Single-Photon Events with
             Jets and Large Missing Transverse Energy in Collisions at
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {82},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {29-34},
   Year = {1999},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.82.29},
   Abstract = {We search for new physics using events with one high
             transverse energy photon, two or more jets, and an apparent
             imbalance in transverse energy, in pp̄ collisions at the
             Fermilab Tevatron at √s = 1.8 TeV. Such events are
             predicted for production of supersymmetric particles in some
             models. No excess is observed beyond expected background.
             For the parameter space of the minimal supersymmetric
             standard model with branching fraction B(χ̃20 →
             γχ̃10) = 1 and mχ̃20 - mχ̃10 &gt; 20 GeV, we obtain a
             95% confidence level lower mass limit of 310 GeV for equal
             mass squarks and gluinos. The results are also interpreted
             in models with low energy gauge mediated supersymmetry
             breaking.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.82.29},
   Key = {fds308212}
}

@article{fds308226,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, B and Adam, I and Adams, D and Adams,
             M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, G and Amos, N and Anderson, E and Astur,
             R and Baarmand, M and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Balderston, J and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis,
             E and Bartlett, J and Belyaev, A and Beri, S and Bertram, I and Bezzubov,
             V and Bhat, P and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, N and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, V and Butler, J and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chang, S-M and Chekulaev, S and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, B and Christenson, J and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, A and Cobau, W and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, W and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Dahl, O and Davis, K and De, K and Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, S and Diehl, H and Diesburg, M and Loreto, G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, L and Dugad, S and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, V and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, O and Evdokimov, V and Fahland, T and Fatyga, M and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Finocchiaro, G and Fisk, H and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, G and Fortner, M and Frame, K and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, A and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Geld, T and II, R and Genser,
             K and Gerber, C and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Glenn, S and Gobbi, B and Goldschmidt, A and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, P and GonzálezSolı́s, J and Gordon, H and Goss, L and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, P and Green, D and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, J and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, S and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, N and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, K and Hall, R and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, J and Hedin, D and Heinson, A and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, J and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, J and Hsieh, F and Hu,
             T and Hu, T and Huehn, T and Ito, A and James, E and Jaques, J and Jerger, S and Jesik, R and Jiang, J-Y and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, S and Jung, C and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Kang, J and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kelly, M and Kim, C and Kim, S and Klima, B and Klopfenstein,
             C and Kohli, J and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, A and Kotcher, J and Kotwal,
             A and Kourlas, J and Kozelov, A and Kozlovsky, E and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, M and Krzywdzinski, S and Kuleshov, S and Kunori, S and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, H and Li, J and Li-Demarteau, Q and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, S and Linnemann,
             J and Lipton, R and Liu, Y and Lobkowicz, F and Loken, S and Lökös, S and Lueking, L and Lyon, A and Maciel, AK and Madaras, R and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, H and Markeloff,
             R and Marshall, T and Martin, M and Mauritz, K and May, B and Mayorov, A and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon,
             T and Melanson, H and Merkin, M and Merritt, K and Miettinen, H and Mincer,
             A and Mishra, C and Mokhov, N and Mondal, N and Montgomery, H and Mooney,
             P and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham,
             V and Narayanan, A and Neal, H and Negret, J and Nemethy, P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oliveira, E and Oltman, E and Oshima, N and Owen,
             D and Padley, P and Para, A and Park, Y and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Pope, B and Prosper, H and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, P and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramirez, O and Rasmussen, L and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             R and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, H and Shivpuri, R and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, J and Sirotenko, V and Smart, W and Smith, E and Smith, R and Snihur, R and Snow,
             G and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Spadafora, A and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, R and Stevenson, M and Stewart, D and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin,
             V and Stoyanova, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas,
             TL and Thompson, J and Trippe, T and Tuts, P and Varelas, N and Varnes, E and Vititoe, D and Volkov, A and Vorobiev, A and Wahl, H and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             J and Wightman, J and Willis, S and Wimpenny, S and Wirjawan, JV and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, D and Xu, H and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yang, J and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Y and Zhou, Z and Zhu, Z and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, E and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Determination of the absolute jet energy scale in the DØ
             calorimeters},
   Journal = {Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section
             A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated
             Equipment},
   Volume = {424},
   Number = {2-3},
   Pages = {352-394},
   Year = {1999},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0168-9002(98)01368-0},
   Abstract = {The DO detector is used to study pp collisions at the 1800
             and 630 GeV center-of-mass energies available at the
             Fermilab Tevatron. To measure jets, the detector uses a
             sampling calorimeter composed of uranium and liquid argon as
             the passive and active media, respectively, Understanding
             the jet energy calibration is not only crucial for precision
             tests of QCD, but also for the measurement of particle
             masses and the determination of physics backgrounds
             associated with new phenomena. This paper describes the
             energy calibration of jets observed with the DO detector at
             the two pp center-of-mass energies in the transverse energy
             and pseudorapidity range ET&gt;8 GeV and
             |η|&lt;3.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0168-9002(98)01368-0},
   Key = {fds308226}
}

@article{fds308215,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Aihara, H and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Brock, R and Bross, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the top quark pair production cross section
             in collisions using multijet final states},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {60},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {1-26},
   Year = {1999},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.60.012001},
   Abstract = {We have studied tt̄ production using multijet final states
             in pp̄ collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 1.8 TeV,
             with an integrated luminosity of 110.3 pb-1. Each of the top
             quarks with these final states decays exclusively to a
             bottom quark and a W boson, with the W bosons decaying into
             quark-antiquark pairs. The analysis has been optimized using
             neural networks to achieve the smallest expected fractional
             uncertainty on the tt̄ production cross section, and yields
             a cross section of 7.1±2.8 (stat)±1.5 (syst) pb, assuming
             a top quark mass of 172.1 GeV/c2. Combining this result with
             previous DØ measurements, where one or both of the W bosons
             decay leptonically, gives a tt̄ production cross section of
             5.9±1.2 (stat)±1.1 (syst) pb. ©1999 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.60.012001},
   Key = {fds308215}
}

@article{fds308224,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov,
             VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler,
             JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark,
             AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto,
             G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland,
             T and Fatyga, MK and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Geld, TL and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gobbi, B and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Ito, AS and Jaques,
             J and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson,
             M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Landry,
             F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima,
             JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lobkowicz, F and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra,
             CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney, P and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy,
             P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Para, A and Parashar, N and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Pope, BG and Prosper,
             HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas,
             TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Vaniev, V and Varelas,
             N and Varnes, EW and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White,
             JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Wu, Z and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yip, K and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Y and Zhang, B and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn,
             A},
   Title = {Search for Charged Higgs Bosons in Decays of Top Quark
             Pairs},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {82},
   Number = {25},
   Pages = {4975-4980},
   Year = {1999},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.82.4975},
   Abstract = {We present a search for charged Higgs bosons in decays of
             pair-produced top quarks using 109.2 ± 5.8 pb-1 of data
             recorded from pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV by the D0
             detector during 1992-1996 at the Fermilab Tevatron. No
             evidence is found for charged Higgs production, and most
             parts of the [MH+, tanβ] parameter space where the decay t
             → H+b has a branching fraction close to or larger than
             that for t → W+b are excluded at 95% confidence level.
             Assuming mt = 175 GeV and σ(pp̄ → tt̄) = 5.5 pb, for
             MH+ = 60 GeV, we exclude tanβ &lt; 0.97 and tanβ &gt;
             40.9. © 1999 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.82.4975},
   Key = {fds308224}
}

@article{fds308219,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi,
             VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung,
             M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl,
             HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko,
             LV and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira,
             VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin,
             OV and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, MK and Feher,
             S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Geld, TL and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gobbi, B and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein,
             S and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez,
             P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn,
             KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Ito, AS and Jerger,
             SA and Jesik, R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima,
             B and Klopfenstein, C and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln,
             D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking,
             L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz,
             KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben,
             T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney, P and Mostafa,
             M and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham,
             VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Norman,
             D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Para,
             A and Parashar, N and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno,
             M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández,
             A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri,
             RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, RA and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas,
             TLT and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Vaniev,
             V and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl,
             HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yip, K and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Y and Zhang, B and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Studies of WW and WZ production and limits on anomalous WWγ
             and WWZ couplings},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {60},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {1-14},
   Year = {1999},
   Month = {September},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.60.072002},
   Abstract = {Evidence of anomalous WW and WZ production was sought in
             pp̄ collisions at a center-of-mass energy of √s=1.8TeV.
             The final states WW(WZ)→μν jet jet+X, WZ→μνee+X and
             WZ→eνee'+X were studied using a data sample corresponding
             to an integrated luminosity of approximately 90 pb-1. No
             evidence of anomalous diboson production was found. Limits
             were set on anomalous WWγ and WWZ couplings and were
             combined with our previous results. The combined 95%
             confidence level anomalous coupling limits for Λ =2 TeV are
             -0.25≤Δκ≤0.39 (λ=0) and -0.18≤λ≤0.19 (Δκ=0),
             assuming the WWγ couplings are equal to the WWZ couplings.
             ©1999 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.60.072002},
   Key = {fds308219}
}

@article{fds308223,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov,
             VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Biswas, N and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler,
             JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark,
             AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto,
             G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland,
             T and Fatyga, MK and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Geld, TL and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gobbi, B and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Ito, AS and Jaques,
             J and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson,
             M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Kalbfleisch, G and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Landry,
             F and Landsberg, G and Lauer, B and Leflat, A and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima,
             JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lobkowicz, F and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra,
             CS and Mokhov, N and Moromisato, J and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mooney, P and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret,
             JP and Nemethy, P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Para, A and Parashar, N and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Pope,
             BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer,
             L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stewart, D and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Trippe, TG and Tuts,
             PM and Vaniev, V and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev,
             AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, G and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Won, E and Wood, DR and Wu, Z and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yip, K and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhang, B and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zverev,
             EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Measurement of the Top Quark Pair Production Cross Section
             in the All-Jets Decay Channel},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {83},
   Number = {10},
   Pages = {1908-1913},
   Year = {1999},
   Month = {September},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.83.1908},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of tt̄ production in p p̄
             collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV from 110 pb-1 of data collected
             in the all-jets decay channel with the D0 detector at
             Fermilab. A neural network analysis yields a cross section
             of 7.1 ± 2.8(stat) ± 1.5(syst) pb at a top quark mass (m,)
             of 172.1 GeV/c2. Using previous D0 measurements from
             dilepton and single lepton channels, the combined DO result
             for the tt̄ production cross section is 5.9 ± 1.2(stat) ±
             1.1(syst) pb for mt = 172.1 GeV/c2. © 1999 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.83.1908},
   Key = {fds308223}
}

@article{fds308221,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler,
             JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, W and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung,
             M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl,
             HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko,
             LV and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira,
             VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin,
             OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga,
             MK and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Geld, TL and Genik II and RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard,
             B and Ginther, G and Gobbi, B and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov,
             PI and González Solı́s and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Ito, AS and Jaques, J and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones,
             M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Kahn, S and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov,
             S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann,
             J and Lipton, R and Lu, JG and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson,
             HL and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mincer,
             A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Para, A and Parashar, N and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández,
             A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri,
             RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, RA and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery, P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Song, XF and Sosebee,
             M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink,
             M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Vaniev, V and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White,
             A and White, JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yip, K and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Y and Zanabria, M and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Evidence of color coherence effects in W+jets events from
             collisions at TeV},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {464},
   Number = {1-2},
   Pages = {145-155},
   Year = {1999},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(99)01015-1},
   Abstract = {We report the results of a study of color coherence effects
             in pp collisions based on data collected by the DØ detector
             during the 1994-1995 run of the Fermilab Tevatron Collider,
             at a center of mass energy √s = 1.8 TeV. Initial-to-final
             state color interference effects are observed by examining
             particle distribution patterns in events with a W boson and
             at least one jet. The data are compared to Monte Carlo
             simulations with different color coherence implementations
             and to an analytic modified-leading-logarithm perturbative
             calculation based on the local parton-hadron duality
             hypothesis. © 1999 Published by Elsevier Science B.V. All
             rights reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(99)01015-1},
   Key = {fds308221}
}

@article{fds331392,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for -Parity Violating Supersymmetry in the Dielectron
             Channel},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {83},
   Number = {22},
   Pages = {4476-4481},
   Year = {1999},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.83.4476},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.83.4476},
   Key = {fds331392}
}

@article{fds313574,
   Author = {Affolder, T and Akimoto, H and Akopian, A and Albrow, MG and Amaral, P and Amendolia, SR and Amidei, D and Anikeev, K and Antos, J and Apollinari,
             G and Arisawa, T and Asakawa, T and Ashmanskas, W and Atac, M and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bailey, MW and Bailey, S and Barbaro, PD and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Belforte, S and Bellettini,
             G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Bensinger, J and Beretvas, A and Berge, JP and Berryhill, J and Bevensee, B and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE et al.},
   Title = {Direct measurement of the W Boson width in pp̄ collisions
             at √s = 1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {85},
   Number = {16},
   Pages = {3347-3352},
   Year = {2000},
   ISSN = {0031-9007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.85.3347},
   Abstract = {The W boson width, ΓW obtained in studies of the
             transverse-mass spectra of leptonic W decays is measured.
             Through analysis, the W width is determined from a binned
             log-likelihood fit to the transverse-mass distribution in
             the region 100 &lt; MT &lt; 200 GeV. Including previously
             published computational fluid dynamics (CDF) electron result
             with the same common error yields ΓW = 2.05 ± 0.10(stat)
             ± 0.08(syst) GeV.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.85.3347},
   Key = {fds313574}
}

@article{fds308197,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A et al.},
   Title = {Differential production cross section of Z bosons as a
             function of transverse momentum at √s = 1.8
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {84},
   Number = {13},
   Year = {2000},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.2792},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the transverse momentum
             distribution of Z bosons produced in pp collisions at √s =
             1.8 TeV from data collected by the D experiment at the
             Fermilab Tevatron Collider. We find good agreement between
             our results and current resummation calculations, and also
             use our data to extract nonperturbative parameters for a
             particular version of the resummation formalism. The
             resulting values are significantly more precise than
             obtained in previous determinations. © 2000 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.2792},
   Key = {fds308197}
}

@article{fds308198,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the W boson mass using large rapidity
             electrons},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {62},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {1-33},
   Year = {2000},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the W boson mass using data
             collected by the DØ experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron
             during 1994-1995. We identify W bosons by their decays to ev
             final states where the electron is detected in a forward
             calorimeter. We extract the W boson mass MW by fitting the
             transverse mass and transverse electron and neutrino
             momentum spectra from a sample of 11 089 W→ev decay
             candidates. We use a sample of 1687 dielectron events,
             mostly due to Z→ee decays, to constrain our model of the
             detector response. Using the forward calorimeter data, we
             measure MW=80.691±0.227 GeV. Combining the forward
             calorimeter measurements with our previously published
             central calorimeter results, we obtain MW=80.482 ±0.091
             GeV. ©2000 The American Physical Society.},
   Key = {fds308198}
}

@article{fds308203,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A et al.},
   Title = {Isolated photon cross section in p p̄ collisions at √s =
             1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {84},
   Number = {13},
   Year = {2000},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.2786},
   Abstract = {We report a new measurement of the cross section for the
             production of isolated photons with transverse energies (E
             Tγ) above 10 GeV and pseudorapidities |η| &lt; 2.5 in p̄
             collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV. The results are based on a
             data sample of 107.6 pb -1 recorded during 1992-1995 with
             the D0 detector at the Fermilab Tevatron collider. The
             background, predominantly from jets which fragment to
             neutral mesons, was estimated using the longitudinal shower
             shape of photon candidates in the calorimeter. The measured
             cross section is in good agreement with the next-to-leading
             order QCD calculation for E Tγ ≳ 36 GeV. © 2000 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.2786},
   Key = {fds308203}
}

@article{fds308204,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar,
             V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G et al.},
   Title = {Search for R-parity violation in multilepton final states in
             pp̄ collisions at √s=1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {62},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {1-5},
   Year = {2000},
   Abstract = {The result of a search for gaugino pair production with a
             trilepton signature is reinterpreted in the framework of
             minimal supergravity (MSUGRA) with R-parity violation via
             leptonic λ Yukawa couplings. The search used 95 pb-1 of
             pp̄ collisions at √s=1.8 TeV recorded by the DØ detector
             at the Fermilab Tevatron. A large domain of the MSUGRA
             parameter space is excluded for λ121, λ122≥10-4. ©2000
             The American Physical Society.},
   Key = {fds308204}
}

@article{fds308206,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar,
             V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G et al.},
   Title = {Limits on quark compositeness from high energy jets in p̄p
             collisions at 1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {62},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {1-6},
   Year = {2000},
   Abstract = {Events in p̄p collisions at √s= 1.8 TeV with total
             transverse energy exceeding 500 GeV are used to set limits
             on quark substructure. The data are consistent with
             next-to-leading order QCD calculations. We set a lower limit
             of 2.0 TeV at 95% confidence on the energy scale ΛLL for
             compositeness in quarks, assuming a model with a left-left
             isoscalar contact interaction term. The limits on ΛLL are
             found to be insensitive to the sign of the interference term
             in the Lagrangian. ©2000 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Key = {fds308206}
}

@article{fds308207,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar,
             V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G et al.},
   Title = {Spin correlation in tt̄ production from pp̄ collisions at
             √s = 1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {85},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {256-261},
   Year = {2000},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.85.256},
   Abstract = {An analytical study was carried out to account for spin
             correlation effects in the production of tt̄ pairs in pp̄
             collisions at √s=1.8 TeV. It was found that κ &gt; -0.25
             at the 68% confidence level.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.85.256},
   Key = {fds308207}
}

@article{fds308209,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee,
             S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R et al.},
   Title = {Search for new physics in aμX data at DØ using SLEUTH: A
             quasi-model-independent search strategy for new
             physics},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {62},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {1-19},
   Year = {2000},
   Abstract = {We present a quasi-model-independent search for the physics
             responsible for electroweak symmetry breaking. We define
             final states to be studied, and construct a rule that
             identifies a set of relevant variables for any particular
             final state. A new algorithm ("SLEUTH") searches for regions
             of excess in those variables and quantifies the significance
             of any detected excess. After demonstrating the sensitivity
             of the method, we apply it to the semi-inclusive channel
             eμX collected in 108 pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at √s=1.8
             TeV at the DØ experiment during 1992-1996 at the Fermilab
             Tevatron. We find no evidence of new high pT physics in this
             sample. ©2000 The American Physical Society.},
   Key = {fds308209}
}

@article{fds308210,
   Author = {Adams, MR and Aderholz, M and Aïd, S and Anthony, PL and Ashery, D and Averill, DA and Baker, MD and Baller, BR and Banerjee, A and Bhatti, AA and Bratzler, U and Braun, HM and Carroll, TJ and Clark, HL and Conrad, JM and Davisson, R and Derado, I and Dietrich, FS and Dougherty, W and Dreyer,
             T and Eckardt, V and Ecker, U and Erdmann, M and Fang, GY and Figiel, J and Finlay, RW and Gebauer, HJ and Geesaman, DF and Griffioen, KA and Guo,
             RS and Haas, J and Halliwell, C and Hantke, D and Hicks, KH and Jackson,
             HE and Jancso, G and Jansen, DM and Jin, Z and Kadija, K and Kaufmann, S and Kennedy, RD and Kinney, ER et al.},
   Title = {Λ and Λ̄ polarization from deep inelastic muon
             scattering},
   Journal = {European Physical Journal C},
   Volume = {17},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {263-267},
   Year = {2000},
   Abstract = {We report results of the first measurements of Λ and Λ̄
             polarization produced in deep inelastic polarized muon
             scattering on the nucleon. The results are consistent with
             an expected trend towards positive polarization with
             increasing cursive Greek chiF. The polarizations of Λ and
             Λ̄ appear to have opposite signs. A large negative
             polarization for Λ at low positive cursive Greek chiF is
             observed and is not explained by existing models. A possible
             interpretation is presented.},
   Key = {fds308210}
}

@article{fds308196,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler,
             JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, W and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark,
             AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto,
             G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga, MK and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk,
             HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame,
             KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov,
             V and Geld, TL and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gobbi, B and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Ito, AS and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns,
             K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun,
             SY and Jung, CK and Kahn, S and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal,
             AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Li, J and Li,
             QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton,
             R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden,
             R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz,
             KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben,
             T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mostafa, M and da Motta,
             H and Murphy, C and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan,
             A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Para, A and Parashar,
             N and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov,
             Y and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas,
             PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Reay, NW and Reucroft,
             S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti,
             R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, RA and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas,
             TLT and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Vaniev,
             V and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl,
             HD and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan,
             JVD and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yip, K and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Measurement of the inclusive differential cross section for
             Z bosons as a function of transverse momentum in collisions
             at TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {61},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {1-19},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.61.032004},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the differential cross section
             as a function of transverse momentum of the Z boson in pp̄
             collisions at √s=1.8 TeV using data collected by the DØ
             experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider during
             1994-1996. We find good agreement between our data and the
             next-to-next-to-next-leading-logarithmic resummation
             prediction and extract values of the non-perturbative
             parameters for the resummed prediction from a fit to the
             differential cross section. ©2000 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.61.032004},
   Key = {fds308196}
}

@article{fds308195,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the W boson mass using electrons at large
             rapidities},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {84},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {222-227},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.222},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the W boson mass based on an
             integrated luminosity of 82 pb-1 from p-pbar collisions at
             sqrt(s)= 1.8 TeV recorded in 1994-1995 by the D0 detector at
             the Fermilab Tevatron. We identify W bosons by their decays
             to e-nu, where the electron is detected in the forward
             calorimeters. We extract the mass by fitting the transverse
             mass and the electron and neutrino transverse momentum
             spectra of 11089 W boson candidates. We measure MW =
             80.691±0.227 GeV. By combining this measurement with our
             previously published central calorimeter results from data
             taken in 1992-1993 and 1994-1995, we obtain MW =
             80.482±0.091 GeV.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.222},
   Key = {fds308195}
}

@article{fds308200,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A et al.},
   Title = {Extraction of the width of the W boson from measurements of
             and and their ratio},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {61},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {1-22},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.61.072001},
   Abstract = {We report on measurements on inclusive cross sections times
             branching fractions into electrons for W and Z bosons
             produced in pp̄ collisions at s=1.8 TeV. From an integrated
             luminosity of 84.5 pb-1recorded in 1994-1995 using the DØ
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron, we determine
             σ(pp̄→W+X)×B(W→eν) = 2310±10(stat)±50(syst)±100(lum)pb
             and σ(pp̄→Z+X)×B(Z→ee)=221±3(stat)±4(syst)
             ±10(lum) pb. From these, we derive σ(pp̄→W+X)×B(W→eν)/σ(pp̄→Z+X)
             ×B(Z→ee)=10.43±0.15(stat) ±0.20(syst)±0.10(NLO),
             B(W→eν)=0.1044±0.0015(stat)±0.0020(syst)±0.
             0017(theory)±0.0010(NLO), and ΓW=2.169±0.031(stat)±0.042(syst)±0.041(theory)
             ±0.022(NLO)GeV. We use the latter to set a 95% confidence
             level upper limit on the partial decay width of the W boson
             into nonstandard model final states, ΓWinv, of 0.213 GeV.
             Combining these results with those from the 1992-1993 data
             gives σ(pp̄→W+X) ×B(W→eν)/σ(pp̄→Z+X)×B(Z→ee)=10.
             51±0.25,ΓW=2.152±0.066 GeV, and a 95% C.L. upper limit on
             ΓWinvof 0.191 GeV. Using a sample with a luminosity of 505
             nb-1taken at s=630 GeV, we measure σ(pp̄→W+X)×B(W→eν)=658±67
             pb. ©2000 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.61.072001},
   Key = {fds308200}
}

@article{fds332358,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for Second-Generation Leptoquark Pairs in Collisions
             at},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {84},
   Number = {10},
   Pages = {2088-2093},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.2088},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.2088},
   Key = {fds332358}
}

@article{fds308199,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adam, I and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Bloom, P and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Burtovoi, VS and Butler,
             JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Chen, W and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung,
             M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cretsinger, C and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl,
             HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko,
             LV and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira,
             VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin,
             OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Fatyga,
             MK and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Forden, GE and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Geld, TL and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Ginther, G and Gobbi, B and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Guida, JA and Guida, JM and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hernández-Montoya, R and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Hu, T and Ito, AS and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns,
             K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun,
             SY and Kahn, S and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Landry, F and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Li, J and Li,
             QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton,
             R and Lu, JG and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Madden, R and Magaña-Mendoza, L and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao,
             HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McKinley, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mincer, A and Mishra,
             CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mostafa, M and da
             Motta, H and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Narayanan, A and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nemethy, P and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley, P and Para, A and Parashar,
             N and Park, YM and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov,
             Y and Pope, BG and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas,
             PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramirez, O and Reay, NW and Reucroft,
             S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti,
             R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Sculli, J and Shabalina, E and Shaffer, C and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, RA and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery, P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Song, XF and Sosebee,
             M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink,
             M and Sznajder, A and Tamburello, P and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas, TLT and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Trippe, TG and Tuts, PM and Vaniev, V and Varelas, N and Varnes, EW and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White,
             A and White, JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yepes, P and Yip, K and Yoshikawa, C and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Y and Zanabria, M and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Small-Angle Muon and Bottom-Quark Production in Collisions
             at},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {84},
   Number = {24},
   Pages = {5478-5483},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.5478},
   Abstract = {The inclusive muon cross section, and the cross section for
             mouns originating from b quark decay, in the forward
             rapidity region of 2.4 &lt; | ymu | &lt; 3.2 were measured
             in this study. It was found that next-to-leading order QCD
             calculations underestimate b quark production by a factor of
             4 in this region.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.5478},
   Key = {fds308199}
}

@article{fds308202,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buescher,
             V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum,
             Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev,
             SV and Chen, L-P and Chen, W and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark,
             AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper,
             WE and Coppage, D and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto,
             G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gilmartin, R and Ginther, G and Gobbi, B and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, PD and Green, DR and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg,
             P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hsieh, F and Ito, AS and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere,
             A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Jun, SY and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Koltick, D and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Landsberg,
             G and Leflat, A and Lehner, F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln,
             D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lu, JG and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, HS and Markeloff, R and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McKibben, T and McMahon, T and Melanson,
             HL and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mincer,
             A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Owen, D and Padley,
             P and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pischalnikov, Y and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper,
             HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger,
             RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sculli, J and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe,
             M and Sidwell, RA and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery,
             P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Song, XF and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink,
             M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Tarazi, J and Tartaglia, M and Thomas,
             TLT and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Trippe, TG and Turcot, AS and Tuts,
             PM and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Varelas, N and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Wightman, JA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada,
             R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Y and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Limits on anomalous and couplings from production},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {62},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.62.052005},
   Abstract = {Limits on anomalous WWγ and WWZ couplings are presented
             from a study of WW/WZ→eνjj events produced in pp̄
             collisions at √s = 1-8 TeV. Results from the analysis of
             data collected using the DØ detector during the 1993-1995
             Tevatron collider run at Fermilab are combined with those of
             an earlier study from the 1992-1993 run. A fit to the
             transverse momentum spectrum of the W boson yields direct
             limits on anomalous WWγ and WWZ couplings. With the
             assumption that the WWγ and WWZ couplings are equal, we
             obtain -0.34&lt;λ &lt;0.36 (with Δ κ=0) and
             -0.43&lt;Δκ&lt;0.59 (with λ = 0) at the 95% confidence
             level for a form-factor scale Λ = 2.0 TeV. © 2000 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.62.052005},
   Key = {fds308202}
}

@article{fds308205,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, B and Adams, D and Adams, M and Akimov, V and Alves, G and Amos, N and Anderson, E and Baarmand, M and Babintsev, V and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin,
             B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, J and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Belyaev, A and Beri, S and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, V and Bhat, P and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, N and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, V and Butler, J and Canelli, F and Carvalho,
             W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, K and Chekulaev, S and Cho, D and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, B and Christenson, J and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, A and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, W and Coppage, D and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Dahl, O and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, S and Diehl, H and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, L and Dugad, S and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, V and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, O and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, V and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, H and Fisyak,
             Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, K and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, A and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Genik II and R and Genser, K and Gerber, C and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gilmartin,
             R and Ginther, G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, P and González
             Solı́s, J and Gordon, H and Goss, L and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Grannis, P and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Guglielmo, G and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, S and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, N and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, K and Hall, R and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, J and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, A and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, J and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, J and Ito, A and Jerger, S and Jesik,
             R and Joffe-Minor, T and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, S and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, J and Kostritskiy,
             A and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, A and Kozelov, A and Kozlovsky, E and Krane,
             J and Krishnaswamy, M and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov,
             S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Lehner, F and Li, J and Li, Q and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, S and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lu, J and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Maciel, AK and Madaras, R and Manankov, V and Mani, S and Mao, H and Marshall, T and Martin, M and Martin, R and Mauritz, K and May, B and Mayorov, A and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McMahon, T and Melanson,
             H and Meng, X and Merkin, M and Merritt, K and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mincer, A and Mishra, C and Mokhov, N and Mondal, N and Montgomery, H and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, V and Neal, H and Negret, J and Negroni, S and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, L and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pope, B and Popkov, E and Prosper, H and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, P and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Reay, N and Reucroft, S and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, R and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sculli, J and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shankar, H and Shivpuri, R and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, R and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, J and Sirotenko, V and Slattery, P and Smith, E and Smith, R and Snihur, R and Snow, G and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon,
             J and Song, X and Sorı́n, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, N and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, R and Stevenson, M and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, D and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink,
             M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Thomas, TL and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Trippe, T and Turcot, A and Tuts, P and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten and R and Varelas,
             N and Volkov, A and Vorobiev, A and Wahl, H and Wang, H and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, J and Whiteson,
             D and Wightman, J and Willis, S and Wimpenny, S and Wirjawan, JV and Womersley, J and Wood, D and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yip,
             K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zhu, Z and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, E and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {The production cross section and angular correlations in
             collisions at},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {487},
   Number = {3-4},
   Pages = {264-272},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(00)00844-3},
   Abstract = {We present measurements of the bb̄ production cross section
             and angular correlations using the DO detector at the
             Fermilab Tevatron pp̄ Collider operating at √s = 1.8 TeV.
             The b quark production cross section for |y(b)| &lt; 1.0 and
             p(T)/b &gt; 6 GeV/c is extracted from single muon and dimuon
             data samples. The results agree in shape with the
             next-to-leading order QCD calculation of heavy flavor
             production but are greater than the central values of these
             predictions. The angular correlations between b and b̄
             quarks, measured from the azimuthal opening angle between
             their decay muons, also agree in shape with the
             next-to-leading order QCD prediction. (C) 2000 Elsevier
             Science B.V.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(00)00844-3},
   Key = {fds308205}
}

@article{fds308201,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahn, S and Akimov, V and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson,
             EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Brass, A and Buchholz, D and Buescher,
             V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum,
             Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev,
             SV and Chen, LP and Chen, W and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Choudhary, BC and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark,
             AR and Cobau, WG and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper,
             WE and Coppage, D and Cullen-Vidal, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto,
             G and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein,
             D},
   Title = {Limits on anomalous WWγ and WWZ couplings from WW/WZ→e
             vjj production},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {62},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {1-18},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {September},
   Abstract = {Limits on anomalous WWγ and WWZ couplings are presented
             from a study of WW/WZ→e vjj events produced in pp̄
             collisions at √s=1.8 TeV. Results from the analysis of
             data collected using the DØ detector during the 1993-1995
             Tevatron collider run at Fermilab are combined with those of
             an earlier study from the 1992-1993 run. A fit to the
             transverse momentum spectrum of the W boson yields direct
             limits on anomalous WWγ and WWZ couplings. With the
             assumption that the WWγ and WWZ couplings are equal, we
             obtain -0.34<λ<0.36 (with Δκ=0) and -0.43<Δκ<0.59 (with
             λ=0) at the 95% confidence level for a form-factor scale
             Λ=2.0 TeV. ©2000 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Key = {fds308201}
}

@article{fds332357,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Boos, EE and Borcherding, F and Brandt,
             A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G et al.},
   Title = {Search for electroweak production of single top quarks in
             collisions},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {63},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.63.031101},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.63.031101},
   Key = {fds332357}
}

@article{fds308208,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz,
             D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gilmartin, R and Ginther, G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Groer, L and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hou, S and Huang, Y and Ito, AS and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kuznetsov, VE and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Lehner,
             F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt,
             C and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall,
             T and Martin, MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Meng,
             XC and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea,
             D and Mincer, A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery,
             HE and Moore, RW and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, LJ and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas,
             PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramberg, E and Rapidis, PA and Reay,
             NW and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco,
             M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sculli, J and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery, P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorín,
             V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot, AS and Tuts, PM and van
             Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten and R and Varelas, N and Volkov,
             AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, H and Wang, Z-M and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wightman, JA and Wijngaarden, DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JVD and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada,
             R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Cross Section for -Jet Production in Collisions
             at},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {85},
   Number = {24},
   Pages = {5068-5073},
   Year = {2000},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.85.5068},
   Abstract = {Bottom-quark production in p̄p collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV
             is studied with 5 pb-1 of data collected in 1995 by the DO
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. The differential
             production cross section for b jets in the central rapidity
             region (|yb| &lt; 1) as a function of jet transverse energy
             is extracted from a muon-tagged jet sample. Within
             experimental and theoretical uncertainties, DO results are
             found to be higher than, but compatible with,
             next-to-leading-order QCD predictions.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.85.5068},
   Key = {fds308208}
}

@article{fds308186,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin,
             B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto,
             J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G et al.},
   Title = {Search for first-generation scalar and vector
             leptoquarks},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {64},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2001},
   Abstract = {We describe a search for the pair production of
             first-generation scalar and vector leptoquarks in the eejj
             and evjj channels by the DØ Collaboration. The data are
             from the 1992-1996 pp̄ run at √s=1.8 TeV at the Fermilab
             Tevatron collider. We find no evidence for leptoquark
             production; in addition, no kinematically interesting events
             are observed using relaxed selection criteria. The results
             from the eejj and evjj channels are combined with those from
             a previous DØ analysis of the vvjj channel to obtain 95%
             confidence level (C.L.) upper limits on the leptoquark
             pair-production cross section as a function of mass and of
             β, the branching fraction to a charged lepton. These limits
             are compared to next-to-leading-order theory to set 95% C.L.
             lower limits on the mass of a first-generation scalar
             leptoquark of 225, 204, and 79 GeV/c2 for β=1, 1/2, and 0,
             respectively. For vector leptoquarks with gauge (Yang-Mills)
             couplings, 95% C.L. lower limits of 345, 337, and 206 GeV/c2
             are set on the mass for β=1, 1/2, and 0, respectively. Mass
             limits for vector leptoquarks are also set for anomalous
             vector couplings. ©2001 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Key = {fds308186}
}

@article{fds308192,
   Author = {Affolder, T and Akimoto, H and Akopian, A and Albrow, MG and Amaral, P and Amidei, D and Anikeev, K and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Asakawa, T and Ashmanskas, W and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Bailey, S and Barbaro, PD and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Belforte, S and Bell, WH and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Bensinger, J and Beretvas, A and Berge, JP and Berryhill, J and Bhatti,
             A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M et al.},
   Title = {Search for quark-lepton compositeness and a heavy W′ Boson
             using the eν channel in pp̄ Collisions at √s = 1.8
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {87},
   Number = {23},
   Pages = {2318031-2318036},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {Winter},
   ISSN = {0031-9007},
   url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11736446},
   Abstract = {A study on searches for quark-lepton compositeness and a
             heavy boson at high electron-neutrino transverse mass was
             presented. The data collected in pp̄ collisions at √s=1.8
             TeV was used for the analysis. The data obtained is found to
             be consistent with the standard model (SM)
             predictions.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.87.231803},
   Key = {fds308192}
}

@article{fds308193,
   Author = {Thurman-Keup, RM and Kotwal, AV and Tecchio, M and Byon-Wagner,
             A},
   Title = {W boson physics at hadron colliders},
   Journal = {Reviews of Modern Physics},
   Volume = {73},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {267-306},
   Year = {2001},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/RevModPhys.73.267},
   Abstract = {The use of hadron colliders to investigate the properties of
             the W bosons started in 1982 at the CERN Spp̄S collider.
             Since then, the Tevatron experiments at Fermilab have
             recorded a large sample of W events which allowed precision
             measurements of the properties of W bosons. In this paper
             the authors review W gauge boson physics at hadron colliders
             from 1982 to 2000. They first discuss the production
             mechanism and detection of W bosons in pp̄ collisions.
             After a brief review of the early studies, W boson physics
             at the Tevatron collider are thoroughly examined. Finally,
             possible future directions of W boson physics at hadron
             colliders are discussed.},
   Doi = {10.1103/RevModPhys.73.267},
   Key = {fds308193}
}

@article{fds310120,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev,
             VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S et al.},
   Title = {Search for heavy particles decaying into electron-positron
             pairs in pp̄ collisions},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {87},
   Number = {6},
   Pages = {618021-618026},
   Year = {2001},
   Abstract = {The data collected by DO detector was used to study the
             decay of heavy particles into electron-positron pairs during
             collisions. The dielectron invariant mass spectra for the
             events with both electrons in central region and with one
             electron in central region and other in forward region of
             central calorimeter (CC)/end calorimeter (EC) were also
             studied. PYTHIA was used to determine the product of cross
             section and branching ratio for the system. The superimposed
             histograms represented the estimated spectrum from standard
             model processes and instrumental effects.},
   Key = {fds310120}
}

@article{fds307935,
   Author = {Affolder, T and Akimoto, H and Akopian, A and Albrow, MG and Amaral, P and Amendolia, SR and Amidei, D and Anikeev, K and Antos, J and Apollinari,
             G and Arisawa, T and Asakawa, T and Ashmanskas, W and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bailey, MW and Bailey, S and Barbaro, P and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Belforte, S and Bell, WH and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Bensinger, J and Beretvas, A and Berge, JP and Berryhill, J and Bevensee, B and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Blusk, SR and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bokhari, W and Bolla, G and Bonushkin, Y and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Brandl, A and van den Brink, S and Bromberg, C and Brozovic, M and Bruner, N and Buckley-Geer, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Byon-Wagner,
             A and Byrum, KL and Calafiura, P and Campbell, M and Carithers, W and Carlson, J and Carlsmith, D and Caskey, W and Cassada, J and Castro, A and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Chan, AW and Chang, PS and Chang, PT and Chapman,
             J and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Cheng, M and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chirikov-Zorin, I and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Christofek,
             L and Chu, ML and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Clark, AG and Connolly, A and Conway, J and Cordelli, M and Cranshaw, J and Cronin-Hennessy, D and Cropp, R and Culbertson, R and Dagenhart, D and D Auria,
             S},
   Title = {Search for the supersymmetric partner of the top quark in
             [Formula Presented] collisions at [Formula
             Presented]},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {63},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.63.091101},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for the supersymmetric partner of the
             top quark (top squark) produced in [Formula Presented]
             events using [Formula Presented] of [Formula Presented]
             collisions at [Formula Presented] recorded with the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab. In the case of a light top squark, the
             decay of the top quark into a top squark plus the lightest
             supersymmetric particle (LSP) could have a significant
             branching ratio. The observed events are consistent with
             standard model [Formula Presented] production and decay.
             Hence, we set limits on the branching ratio of the top quark
             decaying into a top squark plus LSP, excluding branching
             ratios above 45% for a LSP mass up to [Formula Presented] ©
             2001 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.63.091101},
   Key = {fds307935}
}

@article{fds308182,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya,
             BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar,
             V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin,
             G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler,
             M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland,
             T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gao, M and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gilmartin, R and Ginther,
             G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís,
             JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein,
             S and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hou, S and Huang, Y and Illingworth, R and Ito, AS and Jaffré, M and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kuznetsov,
             VE and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner, F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Luo, C and Maciel, AK and Madaras, RJ and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Meng,
             XC and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea,
             D and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore,
             RW and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Norman, D and Nunnemann, T and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, LJ and Papageorgiou, K and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu,
             S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramberg,
             E and Rapidis, PA and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery, P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon,
             J and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot, AS and Tuts, PM and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev,
             V and Van Kooten and R and Varelas, N and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, H and Wang, ZM and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wightman, JA and Wijngaarden, DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JV and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yip,
             K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev,
             EG and Zylberstejn, A and D0 Collaboration},
   Title = {Inclusive jet production in pp(macro) collisions.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {86},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {1707-1712},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.86.1707},
   Abstract = {We report a new measurement of the pseudorapidity (eta) and
             transverse-energy ( E(T)) dependence of the inclusive jet
             production cross section in pp(macro) collisions at square
             root of s = 1.8 TeV using 95 pb(-1) of data collected with
             the D0 detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. The differential
             cross section d(2)sigma/(dE(T)d eta) is presented up to eta
             = 3, significantly extending previous measurements. The
             results are in good overall agreement with next-to-leading
             order predictions from QCD and indicate a preference for
             certain parton distribution functions.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.86.1707},
   Key = {fds308182}
}

@article{fds308183,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz,
             D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gilmartin, R and Ginther, G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Groer, L and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hou, S and Huang, Y and Ito, AS and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kuznetsov, VE and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Lehner,
             F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann,
             J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Maciel,
             AK and Madaras, RJ and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall, T and Martin,
             MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy,
             R and McDonald, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Meng, XC and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mincer,
             A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore,
             RW and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan,
             LJ and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno,
             M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramberg, E and Rapidis, PA and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sculli, J and Sen, N and Shabalina,
             E and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell,
             RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery,
             P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink,
             M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot,
             AS and Tuts, PM and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten and R and Varelas, N and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, H and Wang, Z and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White,
             A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wightman, JA and Wijngaarden, DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JV and Womersley, J and Wood,
             DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev,
             EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Search for large extra dimensions in dielectron and diphoton
             production.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {86},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {1156-1161},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.86.1156},
   Abstract = {We report a search for effects of large extra spatial
             dimensions in pp collisions at a center-of-mass energy of
             1.8 TeV with the D0 detector, using events containing a pair
             of electrons or photons. The data are in good agreement with
             the expected background and do not exhibit evidence for
             large extra dimensions. We set the most restrictive lower
             limits to date, at the 95% C.L. on the effective Planck
             scale between 1.0 and 1.4 TeV for several formalisms and
             numbers of extra dimensions.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.86.1156},
   Key = {fds308183}
}

@article{fds332356,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the angular distribution of electrons from
             decays observed in collisions at TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {63},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.63.072001},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.63.072001},
   Key = {fds332356}
}

@article{fds308181,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz,
             D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gilmartin, R and Ginther, G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Groer, L and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hou, S and Huang, Y and Ito, AS and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kuznetsov, VE and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Lehner,
             F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann,
             J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Maciel,
             AK and Madaras, RJ and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall, T and Martin,
             MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy,
             R and McDonald, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Meng, XC and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mincer,
             A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore,
             RW and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan,
             LJ and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno,
             M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramberg, E and Rapidis, PA and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sculli, J and Sen, N and Shabalina,
             E and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell,
             RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery,
             P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink,
             M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot,
             AS and Tuts, PM and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten and R and Varelas, N and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, H and Wang, ZM and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White,
             A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wightman, JA and Wijngaarden, DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JV and Womersley, J and Wood,
             DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev,
             EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Ratios of multijet Cross Sections in p p collisions at
             radical(s) = 1.8 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {86},
   Number = {10},
   Pages = {1955-1960},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.86.1955},
   Abstract = {We report on a study of the ratio of inclusive three-jet to
             inclusive two-jet production cross sections as a function of
             total transverse energy in p&pmacr; collisions at a
             center-of-mass energy sqrt[s] = 1.8 TeV, using data
             collected with the D0 detector during the 1992-1993 run of
             the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. The measurements are used to
             deduce preferred renormalization scales in perturbative
             O(alpha(3)(s)) QCD calculations in modeling soft-jet
             emission.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.86.1955},
   Key = {fds308181}
}

@article{fds308191,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz,
             D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Dahl, OI and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gartung, P and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gibbard, B and Gilmartin, R and Ginther, G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Groer, L and Grudberg, P and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hahn, KS and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hoftun, JS and Hou, S and Huang, Y and Ito, AS and Jerger, SA and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Klopfenstein, C and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kuznetsov, VE and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Lehner,
             F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann,
             J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Maciel,
             AK and Madaras, RJ and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall, T and Martin,
             MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy,
             R and McDonald, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Meng, XC and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mincer,
             A and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore,
             RW and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Norman, D and Oesch, L and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan,
             LJ and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno,
             M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Quintas, PZ and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramberg, E and Rapidis, PA and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sculli, J and Sen, N and Shabalina,
             E and Shankar, HC and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell,
             RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery,
             P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stevenson, ML and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Streets, K and Strovink,
             M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Thompson, J and Toback, D and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot,
             AS and Tuts, PM and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten and R and Varelas, N and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, H and Wang, ZM and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White,
             A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wightman, JA and Wijngaarden, DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Wirjawan, JV and Womersley, J and Wood,
             DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu,
             J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zhu, ZH and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev,
             EG and Zylberstejn, A and D0 Collaboration},
   Title = {Ratio of jet cross sections at square root of s = 630 GeV
             and 1800 GeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {86},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {2523-2528},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.86.2523},
   Abstract = {The D0 Collaboration has measured the inclusive jet cross
             section in barpp collisions at square root of s = 630 GeV.
             The results for pseudorapidities (eta)<0.5 are combined with
             our previous results at square root of s = 1800 GeV to form
             a ratio of cross sections with smaller uncertainties than
             either individual measurement. Next-to-leading-order QCD
             predictions show excellent agreement with the measurement at
             630 GeV; agreement is also satisfactory for the ratio.
             Specifically, despite a 10% to 15% difference in the
             absolute magnitude, the dependence of the ratio on jet
             transverse momentum is very similar for data and
             theory.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.86.2523},
   Key = {fds308191}
}

@article{fds332355,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Brandt, A and Breedon,
             R and Briskin, G and Brock, R et al.},
   Title = {Search for dilepton signatures from minimal low-energy
             supergravity in collisions at TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {63},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.63.091102},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.63.091102},
   Key = {fds332355}
}

@article{fds308179,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya,
             BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar,
             V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F et al.},
   Title = {Quasi-model-independent search for new high p(T) physics at
             D0.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {86},
   Number = {17},
   Pages = {3712-3717},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.86.3712},
   Abstract = {We apply a quasi-model-independent strategy ("Sleuth") to
             search for new high p(T) physics in approximately 100 pb(-1)
             of pp collisions at square root of (s) = 1.8 TeV collected
             by the D0 experiment during 1992-1996 at the Fermilab
             Tevatron. We systematically analyze many exclusive final
             states and demonstrate sensitivity to a variety of models
             predicting new phenomena at the electroweak scale. No
             evidence of new high p(T) physics is observed.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.86.3712},
   Key = {fds308179}
}

@article{fds308188,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev,
             VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Bos, K and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Canelli, F and Carvalho,
             W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cummings,
             MAC and Cutts, D and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and de Jong, SJ and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland,
             T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Filthaut, F and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gao, M and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gilmartin,
             R and Ginther, G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and Solís,
             JLG and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein,
             S and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hildreth, MD and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Huang, Y and Illingworth, R and Ito, AS and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, AM and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kharchilava, A and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov,
             AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krivkova, P and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kuznetsov, VE and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner, F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Luo, C and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Malyshev,
             VL and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Martin,
             RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald,
             J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao,
             C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal,
             NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore, RW and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Nunnemann, T and O’Neil, D and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, LJ and Papageorgiou, K and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramberg, E and Rapidis, PA and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sabirov, BM and Santoro, A and Sawyer,
             L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell,
             RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery,
             P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder,
             A and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Toback, D and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot, AS and Tuts, PM and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev,
             V and Van Kooten and R and Varelas, N and Vertogradov, LS and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, H and Wang, Z-M and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wightman, JA and Wijngaarden, DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yatsunenko, YA and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn,
             A},
   Title = {Quasi-model-independent search for new physics at large
             transverse momentum},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {64},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {120041-1200424},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.64.012004},
   Abstract = {We apply a quasi-model-independent strategy ("SLEUTH") to
             search for new high pT physics in ≈100 pb-1 of pp̄
             collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV collected by the DØ experiment
             during 1992-1996 at the Fermilab Tevatron. Over 32 e μX,
             W+jets-like, Z+jets-like, and (l/y)(l/y)(l/y)X exclusive
             final states are systematically analyzed for hints of
             physics beyond the standard model. Simultaneous sensitivity
             to a variety of models predicting new phenomena at the
             electroweak scale is demonstrated by testing the method on a
             particular signature in each set of final states. No
             evidence of new high pT physics is observed in the course of
             this search, and we find that 89% of an ensemble of
             hypothetical similar experimental runs would have produced a
             final state with a candidate signal more interesting than
             the most interesting observed in these data.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.64.012004},
   Key = {fds308188}
}

@article{fds332354,
   Author = {Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya,
             BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Astur, R and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon,
             TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar,
             V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI et al.},
   Title = {High- jets in collisions at and 1800 GeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {64},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {July},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.64.032003},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.64.032003},
   Key = {fds332354}
}

@article{fds308189,
   Author = {Abazov, V and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, B and Adams, D and Adams, M and Ahmed, S and Alexeev, G and Alves,
             G and Amos, N and Anderson, E and Baarmand, M and Babintsev, V and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, T and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, P and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett,
             J and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, S and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, V and Bhat, P and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, N and Borcherding,
             F and Bos, K and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher,
             V and Burtovoi, V and Butler, J and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey,
             D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, K and Chekulaev, S and Cho, D and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, J and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, A and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, W and Coppage, D and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Davis, G and Davis, K and De, K and de Jong, S and Del Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, S and Desai, S and Diehl, H and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto, G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, L and Duensing, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, S and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, V and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, O and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, V and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Filthaut, F and Fisk, H and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, K and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, A and Gao, M and Gavrilov, V and Genik II, R and Genser, K and Gerber, C and Gershtein, Y and Gilmartin, R and Ginther,
             G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, P and González Solı́s,
             J and Gordon, H and Goss, L and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, P and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, S and Gutierrez,
             G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, N and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hall, R and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, J and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, A and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hildreth, M and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, J and Hoeneisen, B and Huang, Y and Illingworth, R and Ito, A and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, A and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kharchilava, A and Kim, S and Klima, B and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, J and Kostritskiy, A and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, A and Kozelov, A and Kozlovsky, E and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, M and Krivkova, P and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kuznetsov, V and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner, F and Li, J and Li,
             Q and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, S and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Luo, C and Maciel, AK and Madaras, R and Malyshev, V and Manankov, V and Mao, H and Marshall, T and Martin, M and Martin, R and Mauritz, K and May, B and Mayorov, A and McCarthy, R and McDonald, J and McMahon, T and Melanson, H and Merkin,
             M and Merritt, K and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mishra,
             C and Mokhov, N and Mondal, N and Montgomery, H and Moore, R and Mostafa,
             M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, V and Neal, H and Negret, J and Negroni, S and Nunnemann, T and O'Neil, D and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, L and Papageorgiou, K and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua,
             N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pope, B and Popkov, E and Prosper, H and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramberg, E and Rapidis, P and Reay, N and Reucroft,
             S and Rha, J and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sabirov, B and Santoro,
             A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, R and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shivpuri, R and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, R and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, J and Sirotenko, V and Slattery, P and Smith, E and Smith, R and Snihur, R and Snow, G and Snow,
             J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorı́n, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, N and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, R and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, D and Strauss, M and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Tripathi, S and Trippe, T and Turcot, A and Tuts, P and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten, R and Varelas, N and Vertogradov, L and Volkov, A and Vorobiev, A and Wahl, H and Wang, H and Wang, Z-M and Warchol, J and Watts,
             G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, J and Whiteson, D and Wightman, J and Wijngaarden, D and Willis, S and Wimpenny, S and Womersley, J and Wood, D and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yatsunenko, Y and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria,
             M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski,
             A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, E and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Differential cross section for w boson production as a
             function of transverse momentum in collisions at
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {513},
   Number = {3-4},
   Pages = {292-300},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(01)00628-1},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the differential cross section
             for W boson production as a function of its transverse
             momentum in proton-antiproton collisions at √s = 1.8 TeV.
             The data were collected by the DØ experiment at the
             Fermilab Tevatron Collider during 1994-1995 and correspond
             to an integrated luminosity of 85 pb-1. The results are in
             good agreement with quantum chromodynamics over the entire
             range of transverse momentum. © 2001 Elsevier Science
             B.V.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(01)00628-1},
   Key = {fds308189}
}

@article{fds308184,
   Author = {Abazov, V and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, B and Adams, D and Adams, M and Ahmed, S and Alexeev, G and Alves,
             G and Amos, N and Anderson, E and Arnoud, Y and Baarmand, M and Babintsev,
             V and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, T and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, P and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett,
             J and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, S and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, V and Bhat, P and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, N and Borcherding, F and Bos, K and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, V and Butler, J and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, K and Chekulaev, S and Cho, D and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, J and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, A and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, W and Coppage, D and Crépé-Renaudin, S and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Davis, G and Davis, K and De, K and de Jong, S and Del Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, S and Desai, S and Diehl, H and Diesburg, M and Doulas, S and Ducros, Y and Dudko, L and Duensing, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, S and Duperrin, A and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, V and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, O and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, V and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Filthaut, F and Fisk, H and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Fox, H and Frame, K and Fu, S and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, A and Gao, M and Gavrilov, V and Genik, R and Genser, K and Gerber, C and Gershtein, Y and Gilmartin, R and Ginther, G and Gómez,
             B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, P and González Solı́s, J and Gordon,
             H and Goss, L and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, P and Green, J and Greenlee, H and Greenwood, Z and Grinstein,
             S and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, S and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, N and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hall, R and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, J and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinmiller, J and Heinson, A and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hildreth, M and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, J and Hoeneisen, B and Huang, Y and Illingworth, R and Ito, A and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahl, W and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, A and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Ke, Z and Kehoe, R and Khanov, A and Kharchilava, A and Kim, S and Klima,
             B and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, J and Kostritskiy, A and Kotcher, J and Kothari, B and Kotwal, A and Kozelov, A and Kozlovsky, E and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, M and Krivkova, P and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kuznetsov, V and Landsberg, G and Lee, W and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner, F and Li,
             J and Li, Q and Li, X and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, S and Linnemann,
             J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Luo, C and Maciel, AK and Madaras, R and Malyshev, V and Manankov, V and Mao, H and Marshall, T and Martin, M and Mauritz, K and May, B and Mayorov, A and McCarthy, R and McMahon, T and Melanson, H and Merkin, M and Merritt, K and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mishra, C and Mokhov, N and Mondal, N and Montgomery, H and Moore, R and Mostafa, M and da Motta,
             H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, V and Neal, H and Negret, J and Negroni, S and Nunnemann, T and O'Neil, D and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, L and Papageorgiou, K and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Piegaia, R and Pope, B and Popkov, E and Prosper, H and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramberg,
             E and Rapidis, P and Reay, N and Reucroft, S and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek,
             M and Rizatdinova, F and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Royon, C and Rubinov,
             P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sabirov, B and Sajot, G and Santoro,
             A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, R and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shivpuri, R and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, R and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, J and Sirotenko, V and Slattery, P and Smith, E and Smith, R and Snihur, R and Snow, G and Snow,
             J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorı́n, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, N and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, R and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stone, A and Stoyanova, D and Strauss, M and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Talby, M and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Tripathi, S and Trippe, T and Turcot, A and Tuts,
             P and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten, R and Varelas, N and Vertogradov, L and Villeneuve-Seguier, F and Volkov, A and Vorobiev, A and Wahl, H and Wang, H and Wang, Z-M and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts,
             H and White, A and White, J and Whiteson, D and Wightman, J and Wijngaarden, D and Willis, S and Wimpenny, S and Womersley, J and Wood,
             D and Xu, Q and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yatsunenko, Y and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zhang, X and Zheng, H and Zhou, B and Zhou, Z and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, E and Zylberstejn,
             A},
   Title = {Measurement of the ratio of differential cross sections for
             W and Z boson production as a function of transverse
             momentum in pp̄ collisions at s=1.8 TeV},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {517},
   Number = {3-4},
   Pages = {299-308},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(01)01020-6},
   Abstract = {We report on a measurement of the ratio of the differential
             cross sections for W and Z boson production as a function of
             transverse momentum in proton-antiproton collisions at √s
             = 1.8 TeV. This measurement uses data recorded by the DØ
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron in 1994-1995. It
             represents the first investigation of a proposal that ratios
             between W and Z observables can be calculated reliably using
             perturbative QCD, even when the individual observables are
             not. Using the ratio of differential cross sections reduces
             both experimental and theoretical uncertainties, and can
             therefore provide smaller overall uncertainties in the
             measured mass and width of the W boson than current methods
             used at hadron colliders. © 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All
             rights reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(01)01020-6},
   Key = {fds308184}
}

@article{fds308185,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin,
             B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto,
             J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Boos, EE and Borcherding, F and Bos, K and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler,
             JM and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Crépé-Renaudin, S and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and de Jong, SJ and Del Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto, G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, SR and Duperrin, A and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Filthaut, F and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Fox, H and Frame, KC and Fu, S and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gao, M and Gavrilov, V and Genik II, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gilmartin, R and Ginther, G and Gómez,
             B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solı́s, JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein,
             S and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinmiller, JM and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hildreth, MD and Hirosky,
             R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Huang, Y and Illingworth, R and Ito,
             AS and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahl, W and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, AM and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Ke, Z and Kehoe, R and Khanov, A and Kharchilava, A and Kim, SK and Klima,
             B and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher,
             J and Kothari, B and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krivkova, P and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kuznetsov, VE and Landsberg, G and Lee, WM and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner, F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Li, X and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Luo, C and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Malyshev,
             VL and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Martin,
             RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McMahon,
             T and Melanson, HL and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen,
             H and Mihalcea, D and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore, RW and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy,
             E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Nunnemann, T and O'Neil, D and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, LJ and Papageorgiou, K and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Piegaia, R and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu,
             S and Qian, J and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramberg, E and Rapidis,
             PA and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Rizatdinova, F and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sabirov, BM and Sajot, G and Santoro, A and Sawyer,
             L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell,
             RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery,
             P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorı́n, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova,
             N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stone,
             A and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Talby, M and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot, AS and Tuts, PM and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten, R and Varelas, N and Vertogradov, LS and Villeneuve-Seguier, F and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, H and Wang, Z-M and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wightman, JA and Wijngaarden, DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yatsunenko, YA and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn,
             A},
   Title = {Search for single top quark production at DØ using neural
             networks},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {517},
   Number = {3-4},
   Pages = {282-294},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(01)01009-7},
   Abstract = {We present a search for electroweak production of single top
             quarks in ≈90 pb-1 of data collected with the DØ detector
             at the Fermilab Tevatron collider. Using arrays of neural
             networks to separate signals from backgrounds, we set upper
             limits on the cross sections of 17 pb for the s-channel
             process pp̄ → tb + X, and 22 pb for the t-channel process
             pp̄ → tqb + X, both at the 95% confidence level. © 2001
             Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(01)01009-7},
   Key = {fds308185}
}

@article{fds331391,
   Author = {Abazov, V and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, B and Adams, D and Adams, M and Ahmed, S and Alexeev, G and Alton,
             A and Alves, G and Amos, N and Anderson, E and Arnoud, Y and Avila, C and Baarmand, M and Babintsev, V and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, T and Baden,
             A and Baldin, B and Balm, P and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer,
             P and Barreto, J and Bartlett, J and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, S and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, V and Bhat, P and Bhatnagar, V et al.},
   Title = {Ratio of Isolated Photon Cross Sections in pp¯ Collisions
             at √s=630 and 1800 GeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {87},
   Number = {25},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.87.251805},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.87.251805},
   Key = {fds331391}
}

@article{fds308187,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin,
             B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto,
             J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Bos, K and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Canelli,
             F and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Crépé-Renaudin, S and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and de Jong, SJ and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, SR and Duperrin, A and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira,
             VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin,
             OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Feher,
             S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Filthaut, F and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Fox, H and Frame, KC and Fu,
             S and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gao, M and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gilmartin,
             R and Ginther, G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Gupta,
             A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinmiller, JM and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hildreth, MD and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Huang, Y and Illingworth, R and Ito, AS and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahl, W and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, AM and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Ke, Z and Kehoe, R and Khanov, A and Kharchilava, A and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kothari, B and Kotwal,
             AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krivkova, P and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kuznetsov, VE and Landsberg, G and Lee, WM and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner, F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Li, X and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton,
             R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Luo, C and Maciel, AK and Madaras, RJ and Malyshev, VL and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall,
             T and Martin, MI and Martin, RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin, M and Merritt,
             KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mishra, CS and Mokhov,
             N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore, RW and Mostafa, M and da
             Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal,
             HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Nunnemann, T and O'Neil, D and Oguri,
             V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, LJ and Papageorgiou,
             K and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Piegaia, R and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramberg,
             E and Rapidis, PA and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Rizatdinova, F and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sabirov, BM and Sajot,
             G and Santoro, A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov,
             D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery, P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton,
             NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stone, A and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Talby, M and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot, AS and Tuts, PM and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten and R and Varelas, N and Vertogradov, LS and Villeneuve-Seguier, F and Volkov,
             AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, H and Wang, ZM and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wightman, JA and Wijngaarden, DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yatsunenko, YA and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn,
             A},
   Title = {Search for new physics using QUAERO: a general interface to
             D0 event data.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {87},
   Number = {23},
   Pages = {231801},
   Year = {2001},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.87.231801},
   Abstract = {We describe QUAERO, a method that (i) enables the automatic
             optimization of searches for physics beyond the standard
             model, and (ii) provides a mechanism for making high energy
             collider data generally available. We apply QUAERO to
             searches for standard model WW, ZZ, and t t macro
             production, to searches for these objects produced through a
             new heavy resonance, and to the first direct search for
             W'-->WZ. Through this interface, we make three data sets
             collected by the D0 experiment at square root of [s] = 1.8
             TeV publicly available.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.87.231801},
   Key = {fds308187}
}

@article{fds308174,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alton, A and Alves, GA and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Avila, C and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov,
             VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V et al.},
   Title = {Improved W boson mass measurement with the DØ
             detector},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {66},
   Number = {1 II},
   Pages = {120011-1200118},
   Year = {2002},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.66.012001},
   Abstract = {We have measured the W boson mass using the DØ detector and
             a data sample of 82 pb-1 from the Fermilab Tevatron
             collider. This measurement uses W→eν decays, where the
             electron is close to a boundary of a central electromagnetic
             calorimeter module. Such "edge" electrons have not been used
             in any previous DØ analysis, and represent a 14% increase
             in the W boson sample size. For these electrons, new
             response and resolution parameters are determined, and
             revised backgrounds and underlying event energy flow
             measurements are made. When the current measurement is
             combined with previous DØ W boson mass measurements, we
             obtain MW=80.483±0.084 GeV. The 8% improvement from the
             previous DØ measurement is primarily due to the improved
             determination of the response parameters for non-edge
             electrons using the sample of Z bosons with non-edge and
             edge electrons.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.66.012001},
   Key = {fds308174}
}

@article{fds308177,
   Author = {Kotwal, AV and Hays, C},
   Title = {Production and decay of spinning black holes at colliders
             and tests of black hole dynamics},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {66},
   Number = {11},
   Pages = {4},
   Year = {2002},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.66.116005},
   Abstract = {We analyze the angular momentum distribution of black holes
             produced in high energy collisions in space-times with extra
             spatial dimensions. We show that the black hole spin
             significantly affects the energy and angular spectra of
             Hawking radiation. Our results show the experimental
             sensitivity to the angular momentum distribution and provide
             tests of black hole production dynamics. © 2002 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.66.116005},
   Key = {fds308177}
}

@article{fds332353,
   Author = {Abazov, V and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, B and Adams, D and Adams, M and Ahmed, S and Alexeev, G and Alton,
             A and Alves, G and Amos, N and Anderson, E and Arnoud, Y and Avila, C and Baarmand, M and Babintsev, V and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, T and Baden,
             A and Baldin, B and Balm, P and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer,
             P and Barreto, J and Bartlett, J and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, S and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, V and Bhat, P and Bhatnagar, V et al.},
   Title = {The inclusive jet cross section in pp collisions at
             s=1.8 TeV using the k⊥ algorithm},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {525},
   Number = {3-4},
   Pages = {211-218},
   Year = {2002},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(01)01441-1},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(01)01441-1},
   Key = {fds332353}
}

@article{fds310119,
   Author = {Kotwal, AV and Hays, C},
   Title = {Production and decay of spinning black holes at colliders
             and tests of black hole dynamics},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {66},
   Number = {11},
   Pages = {116005},
   Year = {2002},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.66.116005},
   Abstract = {We analyze the angular momentum distribution of black holes
             produced in high energy collisions in space-times with extra
             spatial dimensions. We show that the black hole spin
             significantly affects the energy and angular spectra of
             Hawking radiation. Our results show the experimental
             sensitivity to the angular momentum distribution and provide
             tests of black hole production dynamics. © 2002 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.66.116005},
   Key = {fds310119}
}

@article{fds331390,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alton, A and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Avila, C and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon,
             TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov,
             VA and Bhat, PC et al.},
   Title = {Subjet multiplicity of gluon and quark jets reconstructed
             with the algorithm in collisions},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {65},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2002},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.65.052008},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.65.052008},
   Key = {fds331390}
}

@article{fds331389,
   Author = {Abazov, V and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov, V and Acharya, B and Adams, D and Adams, M and Ahmed, S and Alexeev, G and Alton,
             A and Alves, G and Anderson, E and Arnoud, Y and Avila, C and Baarmand, M and Babintsev, V and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, T and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, P and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett, J and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, S and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, V and Bhat, P and Bhatnagar,
             V and Bhattacharjee, M et al.},
   Title = {Hard single diffraction in p̄p collisions at s=630 and
             1800 GeV},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {531},
   Number = {1-2},
   Pages = {52-60},
   Year = {2002},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(02)01364-3},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(02)01364-3},
   Key = {fds331389}
}

@article{fds308173,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alton, A and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Avila, C and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon,
             TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov,
             VA and Bhat, PC et al.},
   Title = {Search for Leptoquark Pairs Decaying into in Collisions
             at},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {88},
   Number = {19},
   Pages = {1918011-1918017},
   Year = {2002},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.88.191801},
   Abstract = {The results of a search for leptoquark (LQ) pairs in (85.2
             ±3.7) pb-1of pp̄ collider data collected by the DO
             experiments were presented. Scalar leptoquarks for the
             masses less than 98 GeV/c2, vector leptoquarks for masses
             less than 200 GeV/c2and coupling which produced the minimum
             cross-section were excluded. Results showed absence of an
             evidence for leptoquark production and a limit was set on
             νν + jets as a function of the mass of
             leptoquark.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.88.191801},
   Key = {fds308173}
}

@article{fds308175,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin,
             B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto,
             J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette,
             F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar,
             V and Bhattacharjee, M et al.},
   Title = {Search for the Scalar Top Quark in Collisions
             at},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {88},
   Number = {17},
   Pages = {1718021-1718026},
   Year = {2002},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.88.171802},
   Abstract = {A search for scalar top (stop) quark pair production in the
             inclusive electron-muon-missing transverse energy final
             state was presented. The search was performed within the
             framework of the minimal supersymmetric standard model
             (MSSM) assuming the sneutrino to be the lightest
             supersymmetric particle. No evidence for signal was found
             for the dominant decays of the lightest stop. The
             cross-section limits of the stop, chargino and sneutrino
             masses were also derived.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.88.171802},
   Key = {fds308175}
}

@article{fds308176,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev,
             VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Bos, K and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Canelli, F and Carvalho,
             W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Cochran, J and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Cummings,
             MAC and Cutts, D and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and de Jong, SJ and Del
             Signore, K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Di Loreto and G and Doulas, S and Draper, P and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, SR and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Elvira, VD and Engelmann, R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland,
             T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Filthaut, F and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Frame, KC and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gao, M and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gilmartin,
             R and Ginther, G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís and JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Grinstein, S and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Gupta,
             A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Heuring, T and Hildreth, MD and Hirosky,
             R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Huang, Y and Illingworth, R and Ito,
             AS and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jones, M and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, AM and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Kharchilava, A and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov,
             AV and Kozlovsky, EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krivkova, P and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kuznetsov, VE and Landsberg, G and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner, F and Li, J and Li, QZ and Lima, JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Luo, C and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Malyshev,
             VL and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Martin,
             RD and Mauritz, KM and May, B and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McDonald,
             J and McMahon, T and Melanson, HL and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao,
             C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal,
             NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore, RW and Mostafa, M and da Motta, H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni, S and Nunnemann, T and O'Neil, D and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, LJ and Papageorgiou, K and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, M and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Piegaia, R and Piekarz, H and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Qian, J and Raja, R and Rajagopalan,
             S and Ramberg, E and Rapidis, PA and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sabirov, BM and Santoro, A and Sawyer,
             L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell,
             RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery,
             P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stoyanova, DA and Strauss, M and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder,
             A and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot, AS and Tuts, PM and van Gemmeren, P and Vaniev, V and Van
             Kooten, R and Varelas, N and Vertogradov, LS and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl, HD and Wang, H and Wang, Z-M and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wightman, JA and Wijngaarden, DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yatsunenko, YA and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zheng, H and Zhou, Z and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A and D0
             Collaboration},
   Title = {Direct search for charged higgs bosons in decays of top
             quarks.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {88},
   Number = {15},
   Pages = {151803},
   Year = {2002},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.88.151803},
   Abstract = {We present a search for charged Higgs bosons in decays of
             pair-produced top quarks in pp collisions at sqrt[s] = 1.8
             TeV recorded by the D0 detector at the Fermilab Tevatron
             collider. With no evidence for signal, we exclude most
             regions of the ( M(H+/-),tan(beta)) parameter space where
             the decay t--> H(+)b has a branching fraction >0.36 and
             B(H+/--->tau(nu)(tau)) is large.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.88.151803},
   Key = {fds308176}
}

@article{fds308170,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alton, A and Alves, GA and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Avila, C and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon,
             TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov,
             VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Blazey, G and Blekman, F and Blessing, S and Boehnlein, A and Bojko, NI and Borcherding, F and Bos, K and Bose, T and Brandt, A and Breedon, R and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burtovoi, VS and Butler, JM and Canelli,
             F and Carvalho, W and Casey, D and Casilum, Z and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakraborty, D and Chan, KM and Chekulaev, SV and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christenson, JH and Chung, M and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Crépé-Renaudin, S and Cummings, MA and Cutts, D and Davis, GA and Davis, K and De, K and de Jong, SJ and Del Signore and K and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Doulas, S and Ducros, Y and Dudko, LV and Duensing, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, SR and Duperrin, A and Dyshkant, A and Edmunds, D and Ellison, J and Eltzroth, JT and Elvira, VD and Engelmann,
             R and Eno, S and Eppley, G and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, H and Evdokimov, VN and Fahland, T and Feher, S and Fein, D and Ferbel, T and Filthaut, F and Fisk, HE and Fisyak, Y and Flattum, E and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Fox, H and Frame, KC and Fu, S and Fuess, S and Gallas, E and Galyaev, AN and Gao, M and Gavrilov, V and Genik, RJ and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Gilmartin, R and Ginther,
             G and Gómez, B and Gómez, G and Goncharov, PI and González Solís,
             JL and Gordon, H and Goss, LT and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graf, N and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Greenwood,
             ZD and Grinstein, S and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Gupta, A and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hagopian, V and Hall, RE and Hanlet, P and Hansen, S and Hauptman, JM and Hays, C and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinmiller, JM and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hildreth, MD and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Huang, Y and Iashvili, I and Illingworth, R and Ito, AS and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jesik, R and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Jonckheere, A and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kahl, W and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, AM and Karmanov, D and Karmgard, D and Kehoe, R and Khanov, A and Kharchilava, A and Kim, SK and Klima, B and Knuteson, B and Ko, W and Kohli, JM and Kostritskiy, AV and Kotcher, J and Kothari, B and Kotwal, AV and Kozelov, AV and Kozlovsky,
             EA and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krivkova, P and Krzywdzinski,
             S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kuznetsov, VE and Landsberg, G and Lee, WM and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner, F and Leonidopoulos, C and Li, J and Li, QZ and Li, X and Lima, JG and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Lundstedt, C and Luo, C and Maciel, AK and Madaras, RJ and Malyshev, VL and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Marshall, T and Martin, MI and Mauritz, KM and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McMahon, T and Melanson,
             HL and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea,
             D and Mishra, CS and Mokhov, N and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore,
             RW and Mostafa, M and Da Motta and H and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Naumann, NA and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Negroni,
             S and Nunnemann, T and O'Neil, D and Oguri, V and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Padley, P and Pan, LJ and Papageorgiou, K and Para, A and Parashar, N and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Paterno, M and Patwa, A and Pawlik, B and Perkins, J and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Piegaia, R and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Przybycien, MB and Qian, J and Raja, R and Rajagopalan, S and Ramberg, E and Rapidis, PA and Reay, NW and Reucroft, S and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Rizatdinova, F and Rockwell, T and Roco, M and Royon, C and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Rutherfoord, J and Sabirov, BM and Sajot, G and Santoro,
             A and Sawyer, L and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schwartzman, A and Sen, N and Shabalina, E and Shivpuri, RK and Shpakov, D and Shupe, M and Sidwell, RA and Simak, V and Singh, H and Singh, JB and Sirotenko, V and Slattery, P and Smith, E and Smith, RP and Snihur, R and Snow, GR and Snow,
             J and Snyder, S and Solomon, J and Song, Y and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Sotnikova, N and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Steinbrück, G and Stephens, RW and Stichelbaut, F and Stoker, D and Stolin, V and Stone, A and Stoyanova, DA and Strang, MA and Strauss, M and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Talby, M and Taylor, W and Tentindo-Repond, S and Tripathi, SM and Trippe, TG and Turcot, AS and Tuts, PM and Vaniev, V and Van Kooten and R and Varelas, N and Vertogradov,
             LS and Villeneuve-Seguier, F and Volkov, AA and Vorobiev, AP and Wahl,
             HD and Wang, H and Wang, ZM and Warchol, J and Watts, G and Wayne, M and Weerts, H and White, A and White, JT and Whiteson, D and Wijngaarden,
             DA and Willis, S and Wimpenny, SJ and Womersley, J and Wood, DR and Xu, Q and Yamada, R and Yamin, P and Yasuda, T and Yatsunenko, YA and Yip, K and Youssef, S and Yu, J and Yu, Z and Zanabria, M and Zhang, X and Zheng, H and Zhou, B and Zhou, Z and Zielinski, M and Zieminska, D and Zieminski, A and Zutshi, V and Zverev, EG and Zylberstejn, A},
   Title = {Search for R-parity violating supersymmetry in two-muon and
             four-jet topologies.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {89},
   Number = {17},
   Pages = {171801},
   Year = {2002},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.89.171801},
   Abstract = {We present results of a search for R-parity-violating decay
             of the neutralino chi;01, taken as the lightest
             supersymmetric particle, to a muon and two jets. The decay
             proceeds through a lepton-number violating coupling
             lambda(')(2jk) (j=1,2; k=1,2,3), with R-parity conservation
             in all other production and decay processes. In the absence
             of candidate events from 77.5+/-3.9 pb(-1) of data collected
             by the D0 experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron in pp
             collisions at sqrt[s]=1.8 TeV, and with an expected
             background of 0.18+/-0.03+/-0.02 events, we set limits on
             squark and gluino masses within the framework of the minimal
             low-energy supergravity-supersymmetry model.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.89.171801},
   Key = {fds308170}
}

@article{fds332352,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alton, A and Alves, GA and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Avila, C and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Baringer, P and Barreto, J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov,
             VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V et al.},
   Title = {Search for minimal supergravity in single-electron events
             with jets and large missing transverse energy in collisions
             at},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {66},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2002},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.66.112001},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.66.112001},
   Key = {fds332352}
}

@article{fds308168,
   Author = {Hossenfelder, S and Bleicher, M and Hofmann, S and Stöcker, H and Kotwal, AV},
   Title = {Black hole relics in large extra dimensions},
   Journal = {Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and
             High-Energy Physics},
   Volume = {566},
   Number = {3-4},
   Pages = {233-239},
   Year = {2003},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0370-2693(03)00835-9},
   Abstract = {Recent calculations applying statistical mechanics indicate
             that in a setting with compactified large extra dimensions a
             black hole might evolve into a (quasi-)stable state with
             mass close to the new fundamental scale Mf. Black holes and
             therefore their relics might be produced at the LHC in the
             case of extra-dimensional topologies. In this energy regime,
             Hawking's evaporation scenario is modified due to energy
             conservation and quantum effects. We reanalyse the
             evaporation of small black holes including the quantisation
             of the emitted radiation due to the finite surface of the
             black hole. It is found that observable stable black hole
             relics with masses ∼ 1-3Mf would form which could be
             identified by a delayed single jet with a corresponding hard
             momentum kick to the relic and by ionisation, e.g., in a
             TPC. © 2003 Published by Elsevier B.V.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0370-2693(03)00835-9},
   Key = {fds308168}
}

@article{fds308169,
   Author = {Kotwal, AV and Gerberich, HK and Hays, C},
   Title = {Identification of cosmic rays using drift chamber hit
             timing},
   Journal = {Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section
             A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated
             Equipment},
   Volume = {506},
   Number = {1-2},
   Pages = {110-118},
   Year = {2003},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0168-9002(03)01371-8},
   Abstract = {Identification of cosmic rays was discussed. Drift chamber
             hit timing method was used. The central outer tracker (COT)
             tracks as cosmic rays were studied and their direction of
             propagation and time of incidence were also
             measured.},
   Doi = {10.1016/S0168-9002(03)01371-8},
   Key = {fds308169}
}

@article{fds332351,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Ahmed, SN and Alexeev, GD and Alton, A and Alves, GA and Amidi, E and Amos, N and Anderson, EW and Arnoud, Y and Avila, C and Baarmand, MM and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Balamurali, V and Baldin,
             B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Bantly, J and Barberis, E and Baringer,
             P and Barreto, J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Belyaev, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R et al.},
   Title = {production cross section in collisions at},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {67},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2003},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.67.012004},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.67.012004},
   Key = {fds332351}
}

@article{fds331626,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Affolder, T and Ahn, MH and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alcorn, B and Alexander, C and Allen, D and Allspach, D and Amaral, P and Ambrose, D and Amendolia, SR and Amidei, D and Amundson, J and Anastassov, A and Anderson, J and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Asakawa, T and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Avanzini, C and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Babik, M and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Bailey, S and Bakken, J and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Bardi, A and Bari, M and Barker, G and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Barsotti, E and Basti, A and Bauer, G and Beckner, D and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bell, WH and Bellendir, G and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Berg, B and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bogdan, M and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth,
             PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Bowden, M and Box,
             D and Bromberg, C and Brown, W and Brozovic, M and Brubaker, E and Buckley-Geer, L and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto,
             G and Bussey, P and Byon-Wagner, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Calafiura, P and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canal, P and Canepa,
             A and Carithers, W and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carrell, K and Carter, H and Caskey, W and Castro, A and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerri,
             C and Cerrito, L and Chandler, JT and Chapman, J and Chappa, S and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Cheng, MT and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chirikov-Zorin, I and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho,
             K and Chokheli, D and Chu, ML and Chung, JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Cisko, S and Clark, AG and Coca, M and Coiley, K and Colijn, AP and Colombo, R and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, G and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cudzewicz, R and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart,
             D and DalMonte, L and DaRonco, S and D’Auria, S and Davila, R and Dawson,
             J and Dawson, T and de Barbaro, P and DeBaun, C and De Cecco and S and Dell’Agnello, S and Dell’Orso, M and DeMaat, R and Demar, P and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent,
             PF and Derylo, G and Devlin, T and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and Doksus,
             P and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donno, F and D’Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Downing, R and Drake, G and Drennan, C and Drollinger, V and Dunietz, I and Dyer, A and Ebina, K and Eddy, N and Ely, R and Engels, E and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez,
             JP and Ferretti, C and Field, RD and Fiori, I and Fischler, M and Flanagan,
             G and Flaugher, B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester,
             S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Frisch, H and Fromm, J and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Galeotti, S and Galet, G and Gallas, A and Gallinaro, M and Ganel, O and Garcia, C and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Garwacki, M and Garzoglio, G and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein, E and Gerstenslager, J and Giacchetti, L and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gillespie, G and Gingu, C and Ginsburg,
             C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Glossen, R and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Goncharov, M and Gonzalez, H and Gordon,
             S and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Grado, J and Gregori, M and Gresele, A and Griffin, T and Grim, G and Grimm, C and Gromoll, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Gu, C and Guarino, V and Guenther,
             M and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Haber, C and Hahn, A and Hahn, K and Hahn,
             SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hall, C and Handler, R and Haney, M and Hao, W and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harrington, J and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hawke, T and Hays, C and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Heiss, A and Hennecke, M and Herber, R and Herndon, M and Herren, M and Hicks, D and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoff, J and Hoffman, KD and Hoftiezer, J and Holloway, A and Holloway, L and Holm, S and Holmgren,
             D and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Howell, J and Hrycyk, M and Hubbard, P and Hughes, RE and Huffman, BT and Humbert, J and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, I and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell,
             J and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jetton, R and Johnson, M and Jones, M and Jones, T and Jun, SY and Junk, T and Kallenbach, J and Kamon, T and Kang,
             J and Karagoz Unel and M and Karchin, PE and Kartal, S and Kasha, H and Kasten, M and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kennedy, RD and Kephart, K and Kephart, R and Khazins, D and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim,
             BJ and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, J and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King, BT and Kirby, M and Kirk, M and Kirsch, L and Klein, R and Klimenko, S and Knapp, M and Knoblauch, D and Knuteson, B and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kononenko, W and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, A and Kovalev, A and Kowalkowski, J and Kraus,
             J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov,
             V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kumar, A and Kuznetsova, N and Laasanen, AT and Lai,
             S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lamore, D and Lancaster, J and Lancaster,
             M and Lander, R and Lanfranco, G and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, K and Lee, SW and Lei, CM and Leininger, M and Leonardi, GL and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levshina, T and Lewis, F and Lewis, JD and Li,
             K and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Liss, TM and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lobban, O and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loken, J and Loreti, M and Loskot, J and Loverre, PF and Lucchesi, D and Lukens, P and Lutz, P and Lyons, L and Lys, J and MacNerland, J and MacQueen, D and Madorsky, A and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Mammini, P and Manca, G and Mandrichenko, I and Manea,
             C and Marginean, R and Marrafino, J and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin,
             V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mayer, J and Mayers, GM and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Meyer, A and Miao, T and Michael, N and Miller, JS and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Mizicko, D and Moccia, S and Moggi, A and Moggi, N and Montero, S and Moore, R and Moore, T and Morris, L and Morsani, F and Moulik, T and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Murgia, S and Nachtman, J and Nagaslaev, V and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Necula, V and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu, C et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the mass difference at CDF
             II},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {68},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2003},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.68.072004},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.68.072004},
   Key = {fds331626}
}

@article{fds308167,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Affolder, T and Ahn, MH and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Asakawa, T and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Bailey, S and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, G and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bell, WH and Bellettini, G and Bellinger,
             J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of prompt charm meson production cross sections
             in pp collisions at square root s = 1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {91},
   Number = {24},
   Pages = {241804},
   Year = {2003},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.91.241804},
   Abstract = {We report on measurements of differential cross sections
             dsigma/dp(T) for prompt charm meson production in ppmacr;
             collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV using 5.8+/-0.3 pb(-1) of
             data from the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. The
             data are collected with a new trigger that is sensitive to
             the long lifetime of hadrons containing heavy flavor. The
             charm meson cross sections are measured in the central
             rapidity region |y|</=1 in four fully reconstructed decay
             modes: D0-->K-pi(+), D(*+)-->D0pi(+), D+-->K-pi(+)pi(+),
             D(+)(s)-->phipi(+), and their charge conjugates. The
             measured cross sections are compared to theoretical
             calculations.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.91.241804},
   Key = {fds308167}
}

@article{fds308163,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abdesselam, A and Abolins, M and Abramov,
             V and Acharya, BS and Acosta, D and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Affolder, T and Ahmed, SN and Akimoto, H and Akopian, A and Albrow, MG and Alexeev, GD and Alton, A and Alves, GA and Amaral, P and Ambrose, D and Amendolia, SR and Amidei, D and Anikeev, K and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Arnoud, Y and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Asakawa, T and Avila, C and Ashmanskas, W and Atac, M and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Babintsev, VV and Babukhadia, L and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Bacon, TC and Baden,
             A and Badgett, W and Baffioni, S et al.},
   Title = {Combination of CDF and D0 results on the W boson mass and
             width},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {70},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {092008-1-092008-17},
   Year = {2004},
   Month = {Fall},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.70.092008},
   Abstract = {The results based on 1992-95 data (Run 1) from the CDF and
             D0 experiments on the measurements of the W boson mass and
             width are presented, along with the combined results. We
             report a Tevatron collider average M W = 80.456 ± 0.059
             GeV. We also report the Tevatron collider average of the
             directly measured W boson width T W = 2.115 ± 0.105 GeV. We
             describe a new joint analysis of the direct W mass and width
             measurements. Assuming the validity of the standard model,
             we combine the directly measured W boson width with the
             width extracted from the ratio of W and Z boson leptonic
             partial cross sections. This combined result for the
             Tevatron is T W = 2.135 ± 0.050 GeV. Finally, we use the
             measurements of the direct total W width and the leptonic
             branching ratio to extract the leptonic partial width Γ(W
             → eν) = 224 ± 13 MeV.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.70.092008},
   Key = {fds308163}
}

@article{fds308165,
   Author = {Acousta, D and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M et al.},
   Title = {Search for Bs0 → μ+μ
             - and Bd0 →
             μ+μ - decays in pp̄ collisions at
             √s = 1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {93},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {032001-1-032001-7},
   Year = {2004},
   ISSN = {0031-9007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.032001},
   Abstract = {The decay mechanisms of Bs0 → μ +μ- and Bd0 → μ +μ-
             in pp̄ collisions were investigated. For discrimination of
             the decays from background events, four variables were used
             such as invariant mass of muon pair, B-candidate proper
             decay length, opening angle between B-hadron flight
             direction and B-candidate track isolation. A 'blind'
             analysis technique was also used for determination of
             optimal selection criteria for four variables. The results
             show that optimal set of selection criteria uses ∓80
             MeV/c2 search window around B s0 mass, and I &gt;
             0.65.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.032001},
   Key = {fds308165}
}

@article{fds308166,
   Author = {Affolder, T and Allspach, D and Ambrose, D and Bialek, J and Bokhari, W and Brozovic, M and Binkley, M and Burkett, K and Byon-Wagner, A and Cogswell, F and Dressnandt, N and Feng, Z and Franklin, M and Galtieri,
             L and Gerdes, DW and Greenwood, J and Guarino, V and Costa, JGD and Haggerty, R and Hall, C and Heinrich, J and Holloway, A and Jacobi, T and Kephart, K and Khazins, D and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kononenko, W and Kotwal, AV and Kraus, J and Liss, TM and Lockyer, N and Madrak, R and Miao,
             T and Mukherjee, A and Neu, C and Newcomer, M and Niczyporuk, JM and Nodulman, L and Orejudous, W and Phillips, TJ et
             al.},
   Title = {CDF Central Outer Tracker},
   Journal = {Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section
             A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated
             Equipment},
   Volume = {526},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {249-299},
   Year = {2004},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2004.02.020},
   Abstract = {The Central Outer Tracker is a large cylindrical drift
             chamber constructed to replace Collider Detector at
             Fermilab's original central drift chamber for the higher
             luminosity expected for Run 2 at the Fermilab Tevatron. The
             chamber's drift properties are described in the context of
             meeting the operating requirements for Run 2. The design and
             construction of the chamber, the front-end readout
             electronics, and the high-voltage system are described in
             detail. Wire aging considerations are also discussed. ©
             2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1016/j.nima.2004.02.020},
   Key = {fds308166}
}

@article{fds329969,
   Author = {Acousta, D and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, JF and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov,
             J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Calafiura, P and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi, R and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerri, C and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chu, ML and Chuang, S and Chung, JY and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, AG and Clark,
             D},
   Title = {Search for Bs0→ μ+μ-and
             Bd0→ μ+μ-decays
             in pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {93},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2004},
   Month = {July},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.032001},
   Abstract = {The decay mechanisms of Bs0→ μ+μ-and Bd0→ μ+μ-in
             pp̄ collisions were investigated. For discrimination of the
             decays from background events, four variables were used such
             as invariant mass of muon pair, B-candidate proper decay
             length, opening angle between B-hadron flight direction and
             B-candidate track isolation. A 'blind' analysis technique
             was also used for determination of optimal selection
             criteria for four variables. The results show that optimal
             set of selection criteria uses ∓80 MeV/c2search window
             around Bs0mass, and I > 0.65.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.032001},
   Key = {fds329969}
}

@article{fds308164,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Affolder, T and Ahn, MH and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, JF and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Asakawa, T and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Bailey, S and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, G and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bell, WH and Bellettini,
             G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov,
             S and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett,
             K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Calafiura,
             P and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi, R and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerri, C and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen,
             C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chu, ML and Chung, JY and Chung,
             WH and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA},
   Title = {Observation of the narrow state X(3872) →
             J/ψπ+π-in p̄p collisions at √s =
             1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {93},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {072001-1-072001-6},
   Year = {2004},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.072001},
   Abstract = {The observation of a state consistent with X(3872) decaying
             into J/ψπ+π-was reported. The X(3872) mass was measured
             to be 3871.3±0.7(stat)±0.4(syst)MeV/c2from a sample of
             730±90 candidates. The observed width was consistent with
             the detector resolution. The results were found to be
             converging well with the measurements by the Belle
             Collaboration using b±decays.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.072001},
   Key = {fds308164}
}

@article{fds30153,
   Author = {Christopher Hays and Yimei Huang and Ashutosh V. Kotwal and Heather
             K. Gerberich and Stephanie Menzemer and Kurt Rinnert and Claudia
             Lecci, Matthew Herndon and Frederick D. Snider},
   Title = {Inside-out tracking at CDF},
   Journal = {Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section
             A},
   Year = {2004},
   Month = {September},
   Key = {fds30153}
}

@article{fds308161,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Adams, T and Agelou, M and Agram, J-L and Ahmed, SN and Ahn,
             SH and Alexeev, GD and Alkhazov, G and Alton, A and Alverson, G and Alves,
             GA and Anderson, S and Andrieu, B and Arnoud, Y and Askew, A and Asman, B and Autermann, C and Avila, C and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baffioni, S and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Bargassa, P and Baringer, P and Barnes, C and Barreto, J and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beauceron, S and Beaudette,
             F and Begel, M and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besançon,
             M and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Binder, M and Bischoff, A and Black, KM and Blackler, I and Blazey, G and Blekman, F and Bloch, D and Blumenschein, U and Boehnlein, A and Bolton, TA and Bonamy, P and Borcherding, F and Borissov, G and Bos, K and Bose, T and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burdin, S and Burnett,
             TH and Busato, E and Butler, JM and Bystricky, J and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, BCK and Casey, D and Cason, NM and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakrabarti, S and Chakraborty, D and Chan,
             KM and Chandra, A and Chapin, D and Charles, F and Cheu, E and Chevalier,
             L and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christiansen, T and Christofek,
             L and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Clément, C and Coadou, Y and Colling, DJ and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Corcoran, M and Coss, J and Cothenet, A and Cousinou, M-C and Crépé-Renaudin, S and Cristetiu, M and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and da Motta, H and Davies,
             B and Davies, G and Davis, GA and De, K and de Jong, P and de Jong, SJ and De
             La Cruz-Burelo and E and De Oliveira Martins and C and Dean, S and Del
             Signore, K and Déliot, F and Delsart, PA and Demarteau, M and Demina,
             R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Doidge, M and Dong, H and Doulas, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, SR and Duperrin, A and Dyer, J and Dyshkant, A and Eads, M and Edmunds, D and Edwards, T and Ellison, J and Elmsheuser, J and Eltzroth,
             JT and Elvira, VD and Eno, S and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, D and Evans, H and Evdokimov, A and Evdokimov, VN and Fast, J and Fatakia, SN and Fein, D and Feligioni, L and Ferbel, T and Fiedler, F and Filthaut, F and Fisk, HE and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Fox, H and Freeman, W and Fu, S and Fuess, S and Galea, CF and Gallas, E and Galyaev,
             E and Gao, M and Garcia, C and Garcia-Bellido, A and Gardner, J and Gavrilov, V and Gelé, D and Gelhaus, R and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Geurkov, G and Ginther, G and Goldmann, K and Golling,
             T and Gómez, B and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graham, G and Grannis,
             PD and Greder, S and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Greenwood, ZD and Gregores, EM and Grinstein, S and Grivaz, J-F and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Grünewald, MW and Gu, W and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Haas, A and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty,
             H and Hagopian, S and Hall, I and Hall, RE and Han, C and Han, L and Hanagaki,
             K and Hanlet, P and Harder, K and Hauptman, JM and Hauser, R and Hays, C and Hays, J and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinmiller, JM and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hensel, C and Hesketh, G and Hildreth, MD and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hohlfeld, M and Hong, SJ and Hooper, R and Hou, S and Hu, Y and Huang, J and Huang, Y and Iashvili, I and Illingworth,
             R and Ito, AS and Jabeen, S and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jain, V and Jakobs,
             K and Jenkins, A and Jesik, R and Jiang, Y and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Johnson, P and Jonckheere, A and Jonsson, P and Jöstlein, H and Juste,
             A and Kado, MM and Käfer, D and Kahl, W and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, AM and Kalk, J and Karmanov, D and Kasper, J and Kau, D and Ke, Z and Kehoe, R and Kermiche, S and Kesisoglou, S and Khanov, A and Kharchilava, A and Kharzheev, YM and Kim, KH and Klima, B and Klute, M and Kohli, JM and Kopal, M and Korablev, V and Kotcher, J and Kothari, B and Kotwal, AV and Koubarovsky, A and Kouchner, A and Kouznetsov, O and Kozelov, AV and Kozminski, J and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kurca, T and Kuznetsov, VE and Lager, S and Lahrichi, N and Landsberg, G and Lazoflores, J and Le Bihan and A-C and Lebrun, P and Lee, SW and Lee, WM and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner,
             F and Leonidopoulos, C and Lewis, P and Li, J and Li, QZ and Li, X and Lima,
             JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lobo, L and Lobodenko, A and Lokajicek, M and Lounis, A and Lu, J and Lubatti, HJ and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Luo, C and Lynker, M and Lyon, AL and Maciel,
             AKA and Madaras, RJ and Magnan, A-M and Maity, M and Mal, PK and Malik, S and Malyshev, VL and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Maravin, Y and Marshall, T and Martens, M and Martin, MI and Mattingly, SEK and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McCroskey, R and McMahon, T and Meder, D and Melanson,
             HL and Melnitchouk, A and Meng, X and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Meyer,
             A and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mishra, CS and Mitrevski, J and Mokhov, N and Molina, J and Mondal, NK and Montgomery,
             HE and Moore, RW and Mostafa, M and Muanza, GS and Mulders, M and Mutaf,
             YD and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Naumann,
             NA and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nelson, S and Neustroev, P and Noeding,
             C and Nomerotski, A and Novaes, SF and Nunnemann, T and Nurse, E and O'Dell, V and O'Neil, DC and Oguri, V and Oliveira, N and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Otero y Garzón and GJ and Padley, P and Papageorgiou, K and Parashar, N and Park, J and Park, SK and Parsons, J and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Patwa, A and Perea, PM and Perez, E and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Petteni, M and Phaf, L and Piegaia, R and Podesta-Lerma,
             PLM and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prado da Silva,
             WL and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Przybycien, MB and Qian, J and Quadt, A and Quinn, B and Rani, KJ and Rapidis, PA and Ratoff, PN and Reay,
             NW and Renardy, J-F and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Ripp-Baudot, I and Rizatdinova, F and Royon, C and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Sabirov, BM and Sajot, G and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Sanders, MP and Santoro, A and Savage, G and Sawyer, L and Scanlon, T and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schieferdecker, P and Schmitt, C and Schukin, A and Schwartzman, A and Schwienhorst, R and Sengupta, S and Shabalina, E and Shary, V and Shephard, WD and Shpakov, D and Sidwell, RA and Simak, V and Sirotenko,
             V and Skow, D and Slattery, P and Smith, RP and Smolek, K and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Söldner-Rembold, S and Song, X and Song, Y and Sonnenschein, L and Sopczak, A and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Stark, J and Steele, J and Steinbrück, G and Stevenson, K and Stolin, V and Stone, A and Stoyanova, DA and Strandberg, J and Strang, MA and Strauss, M and Ströhmer, R and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Talby, M and Tamburello, P and Taylor, W and Telford, P and Temple, J and Tentindo-Repond, S and Thomas, E and Thooris, B and Tomoto, M and Toole,
             T et al.},
   Title = {Search for doubly charged higgs boson pair production in the
             decay to mu(+)mu(+)mu(-)mu(-) in pp collisions at
             sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {93},
   Number = {14},
   Pages = {141801},
   Year = {2004},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.93.141801},
   Abstract = {A search for pair production of doubly charged Higgs bosons
             in the process pp -->H(++)H(--) -->mu(+)mu(+)mu(-)mu(-) is
             performed with the D0 run II detector at the Fermilab
             Tevatron. The analysis is based on a sample of inclusive
             dimuon data collected at an energy of sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV,
             corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 113 pb(-1). In
             the absence of a signal, 95% confidence level mass limits of
             M(H(+/-+/-)(L))>118.4 GeV/c(2) and M(H(+/-+/-)(R))>98.2
             GeV/c(2) are set for left-handed and right-handed doubly
             charged Higgs bosons, respectively, assuming 100% branching
             into muon pairs.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.93.141801},
   Key = {fds308161}
}

@article{fds308160,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Adams, T and Agelou, M and Agram, J-L and Ahmed, SN and Ahn,
             SH and Alexeev, GD and Alkhazov, G and Alton, A and Alverson, G and Alves,
             GA and Anderson, S and Andrieu, B and Arnoud, Y and Askew, A and Asman, B and Autermann, C and Avila, C and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Baden, A and Baffioni, S and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Bargassa, P and Baringer, P and Barnes, C and Barreto, J and Bartlett,
             JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beauceron, S and Beaudette,
             F and Begel, M and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bertram, I and Besançon,
             M and Besson, A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Binder, M and Bischoff, A and Black, KM and Blackler, I and Blazey, G and Blekman, F and Bloch, D and Blumenschein, U and Boehnlein, A and Bolton, TA and Bonamy, P and Borcherding, F and Borissov, G and Bos, K and Bose, T and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burdin, S and Burnett,
             TH and Busato, E and Butler, JM and Bystricky, J and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, BCK and Casey, D and Cason, NM and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakrabarti, S and Chakraborty, D and Chan,
             KM and Chandra, A and Chapin, D and Charles, F and Cheu, E and Chevalier,
             L and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christiansen, T and Christofek,
             L and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Clément, C and Coadou, Y and Colling, DJ and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Corcoran, M and Coss, J and Cothenet, A and Cousinou, M-C and Crépé-Renaudin, S and Cristetiu, M and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and da Motta, H and Davies,
             B and Davies, G and Davis, GA and De, K and de Jong, P and de Jong, SJ and De
             La Cruz-Burelo and E and De Oliveira Martins and C and Dean, S and Del
             Signore, K and Déliot, F and Delsart, PA and Demarteau, M and Demina,
             R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Doidge, M and Dong, H and Doulas, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, SR and Duperrin, A and Dyer, J and Dyshkant, A and Eads, M and Edmunds, D and Edwards, T and Ellison, J and Elmsheuser, J and Eltzroth,
             JT and Elvira, VD and Eno, S and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, D and Evans, H and Evdokimov, A and Evdokimov, VN and Fast, J and Fatakia, SN and Fein, D and Feligioni, L and Ferbel, T and Fiedler, F and Filthaut, F and Fisk, HE and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Fox, H and Freeman, W and Fu, S and Fuess, S and Galea, CF and Gallas, E and Galyaev,
             E and Gao, M and Garcia, C and Garcia-Bellido, A and Gardner, J and Gavrilov, V and Gelé, D and Gelhaus, R and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Geurkov, G and Ginther, G and Goldmann, K and Golling,
             T and Gómez, B and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graham, G and Grannis,
             PD and Greder, S and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Greenwood, ZD and Gregores, EM and Grinstein, S and Grivaz, J-F and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Grünewald, MW and Gu, W and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Haas, A and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty,
             H and Hagopian, S and Hall, I and Hall, RE and Han, C and Han, L and Hanagaki,
             K and Hanlet, P and Harder, K and Hauptman, JM and Hauser, R and Hays, C and Hays, J and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinmiller, JM and Heinson, AP and Heintz, U and Hensel, C and Hesketh, G and Hildreth, MD and Hirosky, R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hohlfeld, M and Hong, SJ and Hooper, R and Hou, S and Hu, Y and Huang, J and Huang, Y and Iashvili, I and Illingworth,
             R and Ito, AS and Jabeen, S and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jain, V and Jakobs,
             K and Jenkins, A and Jesik, R and Jiang, Y and Johns, K and Johnson, M and Johnson, P and Jonckheere, A and Jonsson, P and Jöstlein, H and Juste,
             A and Kado, MM and Käfer, D and Kahl, W and Kahn, S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, AM and Kalk, J and Karmanov, D and Kasper, J and Kau, D and Ke, Z and Kehoe, R and Kermiche, S and Kesisoglou, S and Khanov, A and Kharchilava, A and Kharzheev, YM and Kim, KH and Klima, B and Klute, M and Kohli, JM and Kopal, M and Korablev, V and Kotcher, J and Kothari, B and Kotwal, AV and Koubarovsky, A and Kouchner, A and Kouznetsov, O and Kozelov, AV and Kozminski, J and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kurca, T and Kuznetsov, VE and Lager, S and Lahrichi, N and Landsberg, G and Lazoflores, J and Le Bihan and A-C and Lebrun, P and Lee, SW and Lee, WM and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner,
             F and Leonidopoulos, C and Lewis, P and Li, J and Li, QZ and Li, X and Lima,
             JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipton, R and Lobo, L and Lobodenko, A and Lokajicek, M and Lounis, A and Lu, J and Lubatti, HJ and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Luo, C and Lynker, M and Lyon, AL and Maciel,
             AKA and Madaras, RJ and Mättig, P and Magnan, A-M and Maity, M and Mal,
             PK and Malik, S and Malyshev, VL and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Maravin,
             Y and Marshall, T and Martens, M and Martin, MI and Mattingly, SEK and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McCroskey, R and McMahon, T and Meder,
             D and Melanson, HL and Melnitchouk, A and Meng, X and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Meyer, A and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mishra, CS and Mitrevski, J and Mokhov, N and Molina, J and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore, RW and Mostafa, M and Muanza, GS and Mulders,
             M and Mutaf, YD and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Naumann, NA and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nelson, S and Neustroev, P and Noeding, C and Nomerotski, A and Novaes, SF and Nunnemann, T and Nurse,
             E and O'Dell, V and O'Neil, DC and Oguri, V and Oliveira, N and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Otero y Garzón and GJ and Padley, P and Papageorgiou, K and Parashar, N and Park, J and Park, SK and Parsons, J and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Patwa, A and Perea, PM and Perez, E and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Petteni, M and Phaf, L and Piegaia, R and Podesta-Lerma,
             PLM and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prado da Silva,
             WL and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Przybycien, MB and Qian, J and Quadt, A and Quinn, B and Rani, KJ and Rapidis, PA and Ratoff, PN and Reay,
             NW and Renardy, J-F and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Ripp-Baudot, I and Rizatdinova, F and Royon, C and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Sabirov, BM and Sajot, G and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Sanders, MP and Santoro, A and Savage, G and Sawyer, L and Scanlon, T and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schieferdecker, P and Schmitt, C and Schukin, A and Schwartzman, A and Schwienhorst, R and Sengupta, S and Shabalina, E and Shary, V and Shephard, WD and Shpakov, D and Sidwell, RA and Simak, V and Sirotenko,
             V and Skow, D and Slattery, P and Smith, RP and Smolek, K and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Söldner-Rembold, S and Song, X and Song, Y and Sonnenschein, L and Sopczak, A and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Stanton, NR and Stark, J and Steele, J and Steinbrück, G and Stevenson, K and Stolin, V and Stone, A and Stoyanova, DA and Strandberg, J and Strang, MA and Strauss, M and Ströhmer, R and Strovink, M and Stutte, L and Sznajder, A and Talby, M and Tamburello, P and Taylor, W and Telford, P and Temple, J and Tentindo-Repond, S and Thomas, E and Thooris, B and Tomoto, M et
             al.},
   Title = {Observation and properties of the X(3872) decaying to
             J/psipi(+)pi(-) in pp collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {93},
   Number = {16},
   Pages = {162002},
   Year = {2004},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.93.162002},
   Abstract = {We report the observation of the X(3872) in the
             J/psipi(+)pi(-) channel, with J/psi decaying to mu(+)mu(-),
             in pp collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV. Using approximately
             230 pb(-1) of data collected with the Run II D0 detector, we
             observe 522+/-100 X(3872) candidates. The mass difference
             between the X(3872) state and the J/psi is measured to be
             774.9+/-3.1(stat)+/-3.0(syst) MeV/c(2). We have investigated
             the production and decay characteristics of the X(3872) and
             find them to be similar to those of the psi(2S)
             state.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.93.162002},
   Key = {fds308160}
}

@article{fds308159,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M et al.},
   Title = {Search for doubly charged Higgs bosons decaying to dileptons
             in pp collisions at square root of s=1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {93},
   Number = {22},
   Pages = {221802},
   Year = {2004},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.221802},
   Abstract = {We present the results of a search for doubly charged Higgs
             bosons (H+/-+/-) decaying to dileptons (ll(')) using
             approximately 240 pb(-1) of pp collision data collected by
             the CDF II experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron. In our
             search region, given by same-sign ll(') mass m(ll('))>80
             GeV/c(2) (100 GeV/c(2) for ee channel), we observe no
             evidence for H+/-+/- production. We set limits on sigma(pp
             -->H++H---->l(+)l('+)l(-)l('-)) as a function of the mass of
             the H+/-+/- and the chirality of its couplings. Assuming
             exclusive same-sign dilepton decays, we derive lower mass
             limits on H(+/-+/-)(L) of 133, 136, and 115 GeV/c(2) in the
             ee, mumu, and emu channels, respectively, and a lower mass
             limit of 113 GeV/c(2) on H(+/-+/-)(R) in the mumu channel,
             all at the 95% confidence level.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.221802},
   Key = {fds308159}
}

@article{fds30152,
   Author = {A.V. Kotwal and D. Acosta et al.},
   Title = {Search for Doubly-Charged Higgs Bosons Decaying to Dileptons
             in proton-antiproton Collisions at sqrt(s) = 1.96
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {93},
   Number = {221802},
   Year = {2004},
   Month = {November},
   Key = {fds30152}
}

@article{fds308138,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Adams, T and Agelou, M and Agram, J-L and Ahmed, SN and Ahn,
             SH and Alexeev, GD and Alkhazov, G and Alton, A and Alverson, G and Alves,
             GA and Anastasoaie, M and Anderson, S and Andrieu, B and Arnoud, Y and Askew, A and Åsman, B and Atramentov, O and Autermann, C and Avila, C and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Badaud, F and Baden, A and Baffioni, S and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Bargassa, P and Baringer, P and Barnes, C and Barreto, J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler,
             U and Bauer, D and Bean, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the Bs0 lifetime in the
             exclusive decay channel Bs0 →
             J/ψφ},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {94},
   Number = {4},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.042001},
   Abstract = {Using the exclusive decay Bs0 → J/ψ (μ+μ-)φ (K+K-), we
             report the most precise single measurement of the Bs0
             lifetime. The data sample corresponds to an integrated
             luminosity of approximately 220 pb-1 collected with the DO
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider in 2002-2004. We
             reconstruct 337 signal candidates, from which we extract the
             Bs0 lifetime, τ(Bs0) = 1.444-0.090+0.098(stat) ±
             0.020(sys) ps. We also report a measurement for the lifetime
             of the B0 meson using the exclusive decay B0 →
             J/ψ(μ+μ-) K*0(&amp;92)(K+π-). We reconstruct 1370 signal
             candidates, obtaining τ(B0) = 1.473 -0.050+0.052(stat)±0.023(sys)
             ps, and the ratio of lifetimes, τ(Bs0)/τ(B0) = 0.980
             -0.0.710.076(stat) ± 0.003(sys). © 2005 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.042001},
   Key = {fds308138}
}

@article{fds308139,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E et al.},
   Title = {Erratum: Search for Bs0 → μ+μ and Bd0 → μ+μ decays
             in pp_ collisions with CDF II (Phys. Rev. Lett. (2005) 95
             (221805))},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {95},
   Number = {24},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.249905},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.249905},
   Key = {fds308139}
}

@article{fds308142,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the cross section for prompt diphoton
             production in pp Collisions at TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {95},
   Number = {2},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.022003},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the rate of prompt diphoton
             production in pp collisions at 1.96 TeV using a data sample
             of 207 pb 1 collected with the upgraded Collider Detector at
             Fermilab. The background from nonprompt sources is
             determined using a statistical method based on differences
             in the electromagnetic showers. The cross section is
             measured as a function of the diphoton mass, the transverse
             momentum of the diphoton system, and the azimuthal angle
             between the two photons and is found to be consistent with
             perturbative QCD predictions. © 2005 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.022003},
   Key = {fds308142}
}

@article{fds308143,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the moments of the hadronic invariant mass
             distribution in semileptonic B decays},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {1-9},
   Year = {2005},
   ISSN = {1550-7998},
   url = {http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcApp=PARTNER_APP&SrcAuth=LinksAMR&KeyUT=WOS:000228490000003&DestLinkType=FullRecord&DestApp=ALL_WOS&UsrCustomerID=47d3190e77e5a3a53558812f597b0b92},
   Abstract = {Using 180 pb -1 of data collected with the CDF II detector
             at the Tevatron, we measure the first two moments of the
             hadronic invariant mass-squared distribution in charmed
             semileptonic B decays. From these we determine the
             nonperturbative Heavy Quark Effective Theory parameters Λ
             and λ 1 used to relate the B meson semileptonic branching
             ratio to the CKM matrix element |V cb|. For a minimum lepton
             momentum of 0.7 GeV/c in the B rest frame we measure the
             first two moments of the D** → D (*)π component to be
             〈m D**2〉 = (5.83 ± 0.16 stat ± 0.08 syst) GeV 2/c 4
             and 〈(m D**2 - 〈m D**2〉) 2〉 = (1.30 ± 0.69 stat ±
             0.22 syst) GeV 4/c 8. Combining these with the discrete mass
             terms from the D and D* mesons, we find the total moments to
             be 〈M Ξc2〉 - m̄ D2 = (0.467 ± 0.038 stat ± 0.068
             syst GeV 2/c 4 and 〈(M Ξc2 - 〈M Ξc2〉) 2〉 = (1.05
             ± 0.26 stat ± 0.13 syst) GeV 4/c 8, where m̄ D is the
             spin-averaged D mass. The systematic error is dominated by
             the uncertainties in the world-average branching ratios used
             to combine the D, D*, and D** contributions. The analysis
             makes no assumptions about the shape or resonant structure
             of the D** → D (*)π invariant mass distribution. © 2005
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.051103},
   Key = {fds308143}
}

@article{fds308144,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the J/ψ meson and b-hadron production cross
             sections in pp̄ collisions at √s = 1960
             GeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and
             Cosmology},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {032001-1-032001-26},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.032001},
   Abstract = {We present a new measurement of the inclusive and
             differential production cross sections of J/ψ mesons and b
             hadrons in proton-antiproton collisions at √s = 1960 GeV.
             The data correspond to an integrated luminosity of 39.7 pb-1
             collected by the CDF run II detector. We find the integrated
             cross section for inclusive J/ψ production for all
             transverse momenta from 0 to 20 GeV/c in the rapidity range
             |y| &lt; 0.6 to be 4.08 ± 0.02(Stat)-0.33+0.36(syst) μb.
             We separate the fraction of J/ψ events from the decay of
             the long-lived b hadrons using the lifetime distribution in
             all events with pT(J/ψ) &gt; 1.25 GeV/c. We find the total
             cross section for b hadrons, including both hadrons and
             antihadrons, decaying to J/ψ with transverse momenta
             greater than 1.25 GeV/c in the rapidity range |y(J/ψ)| &lt;
             0.6 is 0.330 ± 0.005(stat) -0.033+0.036(syst) μb. Using a
             Monte Carlo simulation of the decay kinematics of b hadrons
             to all final states containing a J/ψ, we extract the first
             measurement of the total single b-hadron cross section down
             to zero transverse momentum at √s = 1960 GeV. We find the
             total single b-hadron cross section integrated over all
             transverse momenta for b hadrons in the rapidity range |y|
             &lt; 0.6 to be 17.6 ± 0.4(stat) -2.3+2.5(syst) μb. © 2005
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.032001},
   Key = {fds308144}
}

@article{fds308145,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the tt̄ production cross section in pp̄
             collisions at √s=1:96 TeV using kinematic fitting of
             b-tagged lepton+jet events},
   Journal = {Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and
             Cosmology},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {1-11},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.072005},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the tt̄ production cross section
             using the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. The data
             consist of events with an energetic electron or muon,
             missing transverse energy, and three or more hadronic jets,
             at least one of which is identified as a b-quark jet by
             reconstructing a secondary vertex. The background fraction
             is determined from a fit of the transverse energy of the
             leading jet. Using 162 ± 10 pb -1 of data, the total cross
             section is found to be 6.0 ± 1.6(stat.) ± 1.2(syst.) pb,
             which is consistent with the standard model prediction. ©
             2005 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.072005},
   Key = {fds308145}
}

@article{fds308146,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for electroweak single-top-quark production in pp̄
             collisions at √s = 1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and
             Cosmology},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {012005-1-012005-7},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.012005},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for standard model t-channel and
             s-channel single-top quark production in pp̄ collisions at
             a center of mass energy of 1.96 TeV. We use a data sample
             corresponding to 162 pb-1 recorded by the upgraded collider
             detector at Fermilab. We find no significant evidence for
             electroweak top quark production and set upper limits at the
             95% confidence level on the production cross section,
             consistent with the standard model: 10.1 pb for the
             t-channel, 13.6 pb for the s-channel and 17.8 pb for the
             combined cross section of t- and s-channel. © 2005 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.012005},
   Key = {fds308146}
}

@article{fds308151,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the tt̄ production cross section in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96 TeV using lepton plus jets events with
             semileptonic B decays to muons},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {72},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {1-20},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.72.032002},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the tt̄ production cross
             section using 194 pb-1 of CDF II data using events with a
             high transverse momentum electron or muon, three or more
             jets, and missing transverse energy. The measurement assumes
             100% t→Wb branching fraction. Events consistent with tt̄
             decay are found by identifying jets containing heavy-flavor
             semileptonic decays to muons. The dominant backgrounds are
             evaluated directly from the data. Based on 20 candidate
             events and an expected background of 9.5±1.1 events, we
             measure a production cross section of 5.3±3.3-1.0+1.3 pb,
             in agreement with the standard model. © 2005 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.72.032002},
   Key = {fds308151}
}

@article{fds308153,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the cross section for tt̄ production in pp̄
             collisions using the kinematics of lepton+jets
             events},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {72},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.72.052003},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the top pair production cross
             section in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV. We collect a data
             sample with an integrated luminosity of 194±11pb-1 with the
             CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. We use an
             artificial neural network technique to discriminate between
             top pair production and background processes in a sample of
             519 lepton+jets events, which have one isolated energetic
             charged lepton, large missing transverse energy and at least
             three energetic jets. We measure the top pair production
             cross section to be σtt̄=6.6±1.1±1.5pb, where the first
             uncertainty is statistical and the second is systematic. ©
             2005 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.72.052003},
   Key = {fds308153}
}

@article{fds308155,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for scalar leptoquark pairs decaying to νν̄qq̄ in
             pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {11},
   Pages = {1-7},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.112001},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for the pair production of scalar
             leptoquarks (LQ), using 191pb-1 of proton-antiproton
             collision data recorded by the CDF experiment during Run II
             of the Tevatron. The leptoquarks are sought via their decay
             into a neutrino and quark yielding missing transverse energy
             and several jets of large transverse energy. No evidence for
             LQ production is observed, and limits are set on
             σ(pp̄→LQLQ̄X→νν̄qq̄X). Using a next-to-leading
             order theoretical prediction of the cross section for LQ
             production, we exclude first-generation LQ in the mass
             interval 78 to 117GeV/c2 at the 95% confidence level for
             BR(LQ→νq)=100%. © 2005 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.112001},
   Key = {fds308155}
}

@article{fds308156,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of partial widths and search for direct CP
             violation in D 0 meson decays to
             K-K+ and π -π+},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {94},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {122001},
   Year = {2005},
   ISSN = {0031-9007},
   url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15903906},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of relative partial widths and
             decay rate CP asymmetries in K- K+ and π-π+ decays of D0
             mesons produced in pp̄ collisions at,√s = 1.96 TeV. We
             use a sample of 2 × 105 D*+ →D0π+ (and charge conjugate)
             decays with the D0 decaying to K-π+, K-K +, and π-π+,
             corresponding to 123 pb -1 of data collected by the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab II experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron
             collider. No significant direct CP violation is observed. We
             measure γ(D0→ K- K +)/γ(D0-→K-π+) = 0.0992 ±0.0992
             ±0.0012, γ(D0→K -π+)/γ(D0→K -π+) = 0.03594 ±
             0.00054 ±0.00040, A CP(K- K+) = (2.0 ±1.2 ±0.6)%, and
             ACP(π-π+) = (1.0 ±1.3 ±0.6)%, where, in all cases, the
             first uncertainty is statistical and the second is
             systematic. © 2005 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.122001},
   Key = {fds308156}
}

@article{fds313632,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of W γ and Z γ
             production in pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.96
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {94},
   Number = {4},
   Year = {2005},
   ISSN = {0031-9007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.041803},
   Abstract = {The standard model predictions for W γ and Z γ production
             are tested using an integrated luminosity of 200 pb -1 of
             pp̄ collision data collected at the Collider Detector at
             Fermilab. The cross sections are measured by selecting
             leptonic decays of the W and Z bosons, and photons with
             transverse energy E T &gt; 7 GeV that are well separated
             from leptons. The production cross sections and kinematic
             distributions for the W γ and Z γ data are compared to SM
             predictions. © 2005 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.041803},
   Key = {fds313632}
}

@article{fds308157,
   Author = {Hays, C and Huang, Y and Kotwal, AV and Gerberich, HK and Menzemer, S and Rinnert, K and Lecci, C and Herndon, M and Snider,
             FD},
   Title = {Inside-out tracking at CDF},
   Journal = {Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section
             A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated
             Equipment},
   Volume = {538},
   Number = {1-3},
   Pages = {249-254},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2004.08.104},
   Abstract = {The Central Outer Tracker (COT) at the Collider Detector at
             Fermilab (CDF) is used to reconstruct charged particles in
             the central rapidity region. The silicon tracker is used to
             improve the central track measurement and to reconstruct
             charged particles in the forward rapidity region. We
             describe the inside-out tracking algorithm, which improves
             the track measurement in the intermediate rapidity region by
             attaching COT hits to reconstructed silicon tracks. © 2004
             Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1016/j.nima.2004.08.104},
   Key = {fds308157}
}

@article{fds308158,
   Author = {Kotwal, A},
   Title = {Status and plans of the tevatron electroweak working
             group},
   Journal = {Aip Conference Proceedings},
   Volume = {753},
   Pages = {149-157},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1896697},
   Abstract = {The Tevatron Electroweak Working group was created in
             September, 2003 at Fermilab to consolidate electroweak
             physics results for precision Standard Model tests. It is
             the first combined analysis group at Fermilab to publish in
             a refereed journal. The group currently has 49 subscribers.
             Three subgroups are dedicated to studies of W and Z boson
             properties, top quark properties, and Higgs physics
             respectively. The group has produced combined results from
             the CDF and DØ experiments on the Run 1 W boson mass and
             width, the Run 1 top quark mass, and the Run 2 measurement
             of the ratio of W and Z boson cross sections. New results
             are anticipated as Run 2 analyses mature. The group also
             organizes joint workshops for theorists and
             experimentalists. © 2005 American Institute of
             Physics.},
   Doi = {10.1063/1.1896697},
   Key = {fds308158}
}

@article{fds313630,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the forward-backward charge asymmetry from
             W→ev production in pp̄ collisions at √s=1.96
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and
             Cosmology},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {1-9},
   Year = {2005},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.051104},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the forward-backward charge
             asymmetry of electrons from W boson decays in pp̄
             collisions at √s=1.96 TeV using a data sample of 170 pb-1
             collected by the Collider Detector at Fermilab. The
             asymmetry is measured as a function of electron rapidity and
             transverse energy and provides new input on the momentum
             fraction dependence of the u and d quark parton distribution
             functions within the proton. © 2005 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.051104},
   Key = {fds313630}
}

@article{fds308137,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Adams, T and Agelou, M and Agram, J-L and Ahmed, SN and Ahn,
             SH and Alexeev, GD and Alkhazov, G and Alton, A and Alverson, G and Alves,
             GA and Anderson, S and Andrieu, B and Arnoud, Y and Askew, A and Asman, B and Atramentov, O and Autermann, C and Avila, C and Babukhadia, L and Bacon,
             TC and Baden, A and Baffioni, S and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Bargassa, P and Baringer, P and Barnes, C and Barreto,
             J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler, U and Bauer, D and Bean, A and Beauceron,
             S and Beaudette, F and Begel, M and Bellavance, A and Beri, SB and Bernardi, G and Bernhard, R and Bertram, I and Besançon, M and Besson,
             A and Beuselinck, R and Bezzubov, VA and Bhat, PC and Bhatnagar, V and Bhattacharjee, M and Binder, M and Bischoff, A and Black, KM and Blackler, I and Blazey, G and Blekman, F and Bloch, D and Blumenschein,
             U and Boehnlein, A and Boeriu, O and Bolton, TA and Bonamy, P and Borcherding, F and Borissov, G and Bos, K and Bose, T and Boswell, C and Brandt, A and Briskin, G and Brock, R and Brooijmans, G and Bross, A and Buchanan, NJ and Buchholz, D and Buehler, M and Buescher, V and Burdin,
             S and Burnett, TH and Busato, E and Butler, JM and Bystricky, J and Canelli, F and Carvalho, W and Casey, BCK and Casey, D and Cason, NM and Castilla-Valdez, H and Chakrabarti, S and Chakraborty, D and Chan,
             KM and Chandra, A and Chapin, D and Charles, F and Cheu, E and Chevalier,
             L and Cho, DK and Choi, S and Chopra, S and Christiansen, T and Christofek,
             L and Claes, D and Clark, AR and Clément, B and Clément, C and Coadou, Y and Colling, DJ and Coney, L and Connolly, B and Cooke, M and Cooper, WE and Coppage, D and Corcoran, M and Coss, J and Cothenet, A and Cousinou,
             M-C and Crépé-Renaudin, S and Cristetiu, M and Cummings, MAC and Cutts, D and da Motta, H and Davies, B and Davies, G and Davis, GA and De,
             K and de Jong, P and de Jong, SJ and De La Cruz-Burelo and E and De
             Oliveira Martins and C and Dean, S and Del Signore and K and Déliot, F and Delsart, PA and Demarteau, M and Demina, R and Demine, P and Denisov, D and Denisov, SP and Desai, S and Diehl, HT and Diesburg, M and Doidge, M and Dong, H and Doulas, S and Duflot, L and Dugad, SR and Duperrin, A and Dyer,
             J and Dyshkant, A and Eads, M and Edmunds, D and Edwards, T and Ellison, J and Elmsheuser, J and Eltzroth, JT and Elvira, VD and Eno, S and Ermolov, P and Eroshin, OV and Estrada, J and Evans, D and Evans, H and Evdokimov, A and Evdokimov, VN and Fast, J and Fatakia, SN and Fein, D and Feligioni, L and Ferbel, T and Fiedler, F and Filthaut, F and Fisher, W and Fisk, HE and Fleuret, F and Fortner, M and Fox, H and Freeman, W and Fu, S and Fuess, S and Galea, CF and Gallas, E and Galyaev, E and Gao, M and Garcia, C and Garcia-Bellido, A and Gardner, J and Gavrilov, V and Gelé, D and Gelhaus, R and Genser, K and Gerber, CE and Gershtein, Y and Geurkov, G and Ginther, G and Goldmann, K and Golling, T and Gómez, B and Gounder, K and Goussiou, A and Graham, G and Grannis, PD and Greder, S and Green, JA and Greenlee, H and Greenwood, ZD and Gregores, EM and Grinstein, S and Grivaz, J-F and Groer, L and Grünendahl, S and Grünewald, MW and Gu,
             W and Gurzhiev, SN and Gutierrez, G and Gutierrez, P and Haas, A and Hadley, NJ and Haggerty, H and Hagopian, S and Hall, I and Hall, RE and Han, C and Han, L and Hanagaki, K and Hanlet, P and Harder, K and Harrington, R and Hauptman, JM and Hauser, R and Hays, C and Hays, J and Hebbeker, T and Hebert, C and Hedin, D and Heinmiller, JM and Heinson,
             AP and Heintz, U and Hensel, C and Hesketh, G and Hildreth, MD and Hirosky,
             R and Hobbs, JD and Hoeneisen, B and Hohlfeld, M and Hong, SJ and Hooper,
             R and Hou, S and Hu, Y and Huang, J and Huang, Y and Iashvili, I and Illingworth, R and Ito, AS and Jabeen, S and Jaffré, M and Jain, S and Jain, V and Jakobs, K and Jenkins, A and Jesik, R and Jiang, Y and Johns,
             K and Johnson, M and Johnson, P and Jonckheere, A and Jonsson, P and Jöstlein, H and Juste, A and Kado, MM and Käfer, D and Kahl, W and Kahn,
             S and Kajfasz, E and Kalinin, AM and Kalk, J and Karmanov, D and Kasper, J and Kau, D and Ke, Z and Kehoe, R and Kermiche, S and Kesisoglou, S and Khanov,
             A and Kharchilava, A and Kharzheev, YM and Kim, KH and Klima, B and Klute,
             M and Kohli, JM and Kopal, M and Korablev, VM and Kotcher, J and Kothari,
             B and Kotwal, AV and Koubarovsky, A and Kouchner, A and Kouznetsov, O and Kozelov, AV and Kozminski, J and Krane, J and Krishnaswamy, MR and Krzywdzinski, S and Kubantsev, M and Kuleshov, S and Kulik, Y and Kunori, S and Kupco, A and Kurca, T and Kuznetsov, VE and Lager, S and Lahrichi, N and Landsberg, G and Lazoflores, J and Le Bihan and A-C and Lebrun, P and Lee, SW and Lee, WM and Leflat, A and Leggett, C and Lehner,
             F and Leonidopoulos, C and Lewis, P and Li, J and Li, QZ and Li, X and Lima,
             JGR and Lincoln, D and Linn, SL and Linnemann, J and Lipaev, VV and Lipton,
             R and Lobo, L and Lobodenko, A and Lokajicek, M and Lounis, A and Lu, J and Lubatti, HJ and Lucotte, A and Lueking, L and Luo, C and Lynker, M and Lyon, AL and Maciel, AKA and Madaras, RJ and Mättig, P and Magerkurth,
             A and Magnan, A-M and Maity, M and Mal, PK and Malik, S and Malyshev, VL and Manankov, V and Mao, HS and Maravin, Y and Marshall, T and Martens, M and Martin, MI and Mattingly, SEK and Mayorov, AA and McCarthy, R and McCroskey, R and McMahon, T and Meder, D and Melanson, HL and Melnitchouk, A and Meng, X and Merkin, M and Merritt, KW and Meyer, A and Miao, C and Miettinen, H and Mihalcea, D and Mishra, CS and Mitrevski,
             J and Mokhov, N and Molina, J and Mondal, NK and Montgomery, HE and Moore,
             RW and Mostafa, M and Muanza, GS and Mulders, M and Mutaf, YD and Nagy, E and Nang, F and Narain, M and Narasimham, VS and Naumann, NA and Neal, HA and Negret, JP and Nelson, S and Neustroev, P and Noeding, C and Nomerotski,
             A and Novaes, SF and Nunnemann, T and Nurse, E and O'Dell, V and O'Neil,
             DC and Oguri, V and Oliveira, N and Olivier, B and Oshima, N and Otero y
             Garzón, GJ and Padley, P and Papageorgiou, K and Parashar, N and Park,
             J and Park, SK and Parsons, J and Partridge, R and Parua, N and Patwa, A and Perea, PM and Perez, E and Peters, O and Pétroff, P and Petteni, M and Phaf, L and Piegaia, R and Podesta-Lerma, PLM and Podstavkov, VM and Pope, BG and Popkov, E and Prado da Silva and WL and Prosper, HB and Protopopescu, S and Przybycien, MB and Qian, J and Quadt, A and Quinn,
             B and Rani, KJ and Rapidis, PA and Ratoff, PN and Reay, NW and Renardy,
             J-F and Reucroft, S and Rha, J and Ridel, M and Rijssenbeek, M and Ripp-Baudot, I and Rizatdinova, F and Royon, C and Rubinov, P and Ruchti, R and Sabirov, BM and Sajot, G and Sánchez-Hernández, A and Sanders, MP and Santoro, A and Savage, G and Sawyer, L and Scanlon, T and Schamberger, RD and Schellman, H and Schieferdecker, P and Schmitt,
             C and Schukin, AA and Schwartzman, A and Schwienhorst, R and Sengupta,
             S and Severini, H and Shabalina, E and Shary, V and Shephard, WD and Shpakov, D and Sidwell, RA and Simak, V and Sirotenko, V and Skow, D and Skubic, P and Slattery, P and Smith, RP and Smolek, K and Snow, GR and Snow, J and Snyder, S and Söldner-Rembold, S and Song, X and Song, Y and Sonnenschein, L and Sopczak, A and Sorín, V and Sosebee, M and Soustruznik, K and Souza, M and Spurlock, B and Stanton, NR and Stark,
             J and Steele, J and Steinbrück, G and Stevenson, K and Stolin, V and Stone, A and Stoyanova, DA and Strandberg, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for supersymmetry with gauge-mediated breaking in
             diphoton events at D0.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {94},
   Number = {4},
   Pages = {041801},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.94.041801},
   Abstract = {We report the results of a search for supersymmetry (SUSY)
             with gauge-mediated breaking in the missing transverse
             energy distribution of inclusive diphoton events using 263
             pb(-1) of data collected by the D0 experiment at the
             Fermilab Tevatron Collider in 2002-2004. No excess is
             observed above the background expected from standard model
             processes, and lower limits on the masses of the lightest
             neutralino and chargino of about 108 and 195 GeV,
             respectively, are set at the 95% confidence level. These are
             the most stringent limits to date for models with
             gauge-mediated SUSY breaking with a short-lived neutralino
             as the next-to-lightest SUSY particle.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.94.041801},
   Key = {fds308137}
}

@article{fds308149,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi,
             R and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, ML and Chuang, S and Chung,
             JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark,
             AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Da Ronco and S and D'Auria, S and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Lentdecker, GD and Dell'Agnello, S and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann,
             JR and Doksus, P and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini,
             J and D'Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Drollinger, V and Ebina, K and Eddy,
             N and Ely, R and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko,
             WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferretti, C and Field,
             RD and Flanagan, G and Flaugher, B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland,
             A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Frisch, H and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallas, A and Galyardt, J and Gallinaro, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich,
             H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein, E and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson,
             A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guenther, M and Guimaraes da
             Costa, J and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl,
             D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell,
             J and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, S and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz Unel and M and Karchin, PE and Kartal, S and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King,
             BT and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuznetsova, N and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, J and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Lewis,
             JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Liss, TM and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and MacQueen,
             D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Manca, G and Marginean, R and Martin, M and Martin, A and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and NcNulty, R and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel,
             P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller,
             T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Niell, F and Nielsen, J and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu,
             C and Neubauer, MS and Newman-Holmes, C and Nicollerat, A-S and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Oesterberg, K and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi, T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti,
             R and Papadimitriou, V and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Pauly, T and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager,
             C and Pompoš, A and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Poukhov, O and Prakoshyn,
             F and Pratt, T and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray,
             H and Reichold, A and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno,
             M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rolli, S and Rosenson, L and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and St. Denis and R and Sakumoto,
             WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Sansoni, A and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Scodellaro, L and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima,
             M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Siegrist, J and Siket, M and Sill, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for anomalous production of diphoton events with
             missing transverse energy at CDF and limits on
             gauge-mediated supersymmetry-breaking models},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {031104-1-031104-7},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.031104},
   Abstract = {We present the results of a search for anomalous production
             of diphoton events with large missing transverse energy
             using the Collider Detector at Fermilab. In 202 pb -1 of
             pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.96 TeV we observe no candidate
             events, with an expected standard model background of 0.27
             ± 0.07(stat) ± 0.10(syst) events. The results exclude a
             lightest chargino of mass less than 167 GeV/c 2, and
             lightest neutralino of mass less than 93 GeV/c 2 at 95% C.L.
             in a gauge-mediated supersymmetry-breaking model with a
             light gravitino. © 2005 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.031104},
   Key = {fds308149}
}

@article{fds329968,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, JF and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of Wγand Zγproduction in
             pp̄ collisions at √s = 1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {94},
   Number = {4},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.041803},
   Abstract = {The standard model predictions for W γ and Z γ production
             are tested using an integrated luminosity of 200 pb -1 of
             pp̄ collision data collected at the Collider Detector at
             Fermilab. The cross sections are measured by selecting
             leptonic decays of the W and Z bosons, and photons with
             transverse energy E T > 7 GeV that are well separated from
             leptons. The production cross sections and kinematic
             distributions for the W γ and Z γ data are compared to SM
             predictions. © 2005 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.041803},
   Key = {fds329968}
}

@article{fds308136,
   Author = {al, AVKWDAE},
   Title = {Search for Excited and Exotic Electrons in the e-gamma Decay
             Channel in proton-antiproton Collisions at sqrt(s) = 1.96
             TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {94},
   Number = {101802},
   Pages = {101802},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.94.101802},
   Abstract = {We present a search for excited and exotic electrons (e(*))
             decaying to an electron and a photon, both with high
             transverse momentum. We use 202 pb(-1) of data collected in
             pp collisions at sqrt[s] = 1.96 TeV with the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab II detector. No signal above standard
             model expectation is seen for associated ee(*) production.
             We discuss the e(*) sensitivity in the parameter space of
             the excited electron mass M(e(*)) and the compositeness
             energy scale Lambda. In the contact interaction model, we
             exclude 132 GeV/c(2)<M(e(*))<879 GeV/c(2) for Lambda =
             M(e(*)) at 95% confidence level (C.L.). In the
             gauge-mediated model, we exclude 126 GeV/c(2) < M(e(*)) <
             430 GeV/c(2) at 95% C.L. for the phenomenological coupling
             f/Lambda approximately 10(-2) GeV-1.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.94.101802},
   Key = {fds308136}
}

@article{fds308147,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi,
             R and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerri, C and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, C and Chen,
             YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chu, ML and Chuang, S and Chung, JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Ronco, SD and D’Auria, S and de Barbaro, P and Cecco, SD and Lentdecker, GD and Dell’Agnello, S and Dell’Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and Pedis, DD and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann,
             JR and Doksus, P and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini,
             J and D’Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Drollinger, V and Ebina, K and Eddy,
             N and Ely, R and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferretti, C and Field, RD and Fiori, I and Flanagan, G and Flaugher, B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Frisch,
             H and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallas, A and Galyardt, J and Gallinaro, M and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein, E and Giagu, S and Giannetti,
             P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guenther, M and da Costa,
             JG and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton,
             A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell, J and Jeans,
             D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, S and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Unel, MK and Karchin, PE and Kartal, S and Kato,
             Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King, BT and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuznetsova, N and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, J and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee,
             SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Liss, TM and Litvintsev, DO and Liu,
             T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons,
             L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Manca, G and Marginean, R and Martin, M and Martin, A and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and NcNulty, R and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina,
             A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller,
             JS and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Niell, F and Nielsen, J and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Newman-Holmes, C and Nicollerat, A-S and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Oesterberg, K and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi, T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Pagliarone, C and Palmonari, F and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Pauly, T and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager, C and Pompoš, A and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Poukhov, O and Prakoshyn, F and Pratt, T and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rakitine,
             A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reichold, A and Reisert,
             B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert,
             K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rolli,
             S and Rosenson, L and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Ruiz,
             A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Denis, RS and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Sansoni, A and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Scodellaro, L and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Shimojima,
             M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Siegrist, J and Siket, M and Sill, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the production cross section in collisions at
             using lepton jets events with secondary vertex
             -tagging},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {1-28},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.052003},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the tt̄ production cross
             section using events with one charged lepton and jets from
             pp̄ collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 1.96 TeV. In
             these events, heavy flavor quarks from top quark decay are
             identified with a secondary vertex tagging algorithm. From
             162 pb-1 of data collected by the Collider Detector at
             Fermilab, a total of 48 candidate events are selected, where
             13.5 ± 1.8 events are expected from background
             contributions. We measure a tt̄ production cross section of
             5.6-1.1+1.2(stat.)-0.6+0.9(syst.) pb. © 2005 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.052003},
   Key = {fds308147}
}

@article{fds323243,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi,
             R and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, ML and Chuang, S and Chung,
             JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark,
             AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Ronco, SD and D’Auria, S and de Barbaro, P and Cecco, SD and Lentdecker, GD and Dell’Agnello, S and Dell’Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and Pedis, DD and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann,
             JR and Dörr, C and Doksus, P and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini, J and D’Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Drollinger, V and Ebina,
             K and Eddy, N and Ehlers, J and Ely, R and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez,
             JP and Ferretti, C and Field, RD and Flanagan, G and Flaugher, B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallas, A and Galyardt, J and Gallinaro, M and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein,
             E and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg,
             C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos,
             K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guenther, M and da Costa, JG and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon,
             M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell, J and Jeans, D and Jensen,
             H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Unel, MK and Karchin, PE and Kartal, S and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim,
             DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King, BT and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko,
             S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko,
             I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann,
             SE and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, J and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and MacQueen, D and Madrak,
             R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Manca, G and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and NcNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic,
             N and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PAM and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Niell, F and Nielsen, J and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Newman-Holmes,
             C and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Oesterberg, K and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi, T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti,
             R and Papadimitriou, V and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Pauly, T and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager,
             C and Pompoš, A and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Prakoshyn, F and Pratt, T and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, MA and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rolli, S and Rosenson, L and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Denis, RS and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Sansoni, A and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Scodellaro, L and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the moments of the hadronic invariant mass
             distribution in semileptonic decays},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {051103},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.051103},
   Abstract = {http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ex/0502003},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.051103},
   Key = {fds323243}
}

@article{fds323244,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi,
             R and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, ML and Chuang, S and Chung,
             JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark,
             AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Da Ronco and S and D’Auria, S and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and De Lentdecker and G and Dell’Agnello, S and Dell’Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann,
             JR and Dörr, C and Doksus, P and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini, J and D’Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Drollinger, V and Ebina,
             K and Eddy, N and Ehlers, J and Ely, R and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez,
             JP and Ferretti, C and Field, RD and Flanagan, G and Flaugher, B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallas, A and Galyardt, J and Gallinaro, M and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein,
             E and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg,
             C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos,
             K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guenther, M and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn,
             SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon,
             M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell, J and Jeans, D and Jensen,
             H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, S and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz Unel and M and Karchin, PE and Kartal, S and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster,
             B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King, BT and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, J and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefevre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre,
             P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Manca, G and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic,
             N and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and PA and Mukherjee,
             A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Niell, F and Nielsen, J and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Newman-Holmes,
             C and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Oesterberg, K and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi, T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti,
             R and Papadimitriou, V and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Pauly, T and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager,
             C and Pompoš, A and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Prakoshyn, F and Pratt, T and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, MA and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rolli, S and Rosenson, L and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and St. Denis and R and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Sansoni, A and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy,
             L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the forward-backward charge asymmetry from
             production in collisions at},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {051104},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.051104},
   Abstract = {http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ex/0501023},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.051104},
   Key = {fds323244}
}

@article{fds308135,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov,
             J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Calafiura, P and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi, R and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri,
             A and Cerri, C and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chu, ML and Chuang, S and Chung, JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Da Ronco and S and D'Auria, S and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'Agnello, S and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann,
             JR and Doksus, P and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini,
             J and D'Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Drollinger, V and Ebina, K and Eddy,
             N and Ely, R and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferretti, C and Field, RD and Fiori, I and Flanagan, G and Flaugher, B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, J and Frisch,
             H and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallas, A and Galyardt, J and Gallinaro, M and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein, E and Giagu, S and Giannetti,
             P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Guenther, M and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon,
             M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell, J and Jeans, D and Jensen,
             H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, S and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz Unel and M and Karchin, PE and Kartal, S and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster,
             B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King, BT and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuznetsova, N and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, J and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and Lecci, C and Lecompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Leonardo, N and Leone,
             S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Liss, TM and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Macqueen, D and Madrak,
             R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Manca, G and Marginean, R and Martin, M and Martin, A and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and Ncnulty, R and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian,
             C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miller, L and Miller,
             R and Miller, JS and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Moulik, T and Movilla Fernandez and PA and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Niell, F and Nielsen, J and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Newman-Holmes,
             C and Nicollerat, A-S and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Oesterberg, K and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi, T and Okusawa,
             T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Pagliarone, C and Palmonari, F and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Pauly, T and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra,
             J and Pitts, KT and Plager, C and Pompos, A and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Poukhov, O and Prakoshyn, F and Pratt, T and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio,
             S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reichold, A and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rolli, S and Rosenson, L and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Safonov, A and St Denis and R and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Sansoni, A and Santi,
             L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schemitz, P and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Scodellaro, L and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Shimojima,
             M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Siegrist, J and Siket, M and Sill, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Skiba, A and Slaughter, AJ and Sliwa, K and Smirnov, D and Smith, JR et
             al.},
   Title = {First measurements of inclusive W and Z cross sections from
             run II of the fermilab tevatron collider.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {94},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {091803},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.94.091803},
   Abstract = {We report the first measurements of inclusive W and Z cross
             sections times leptonic branching ratios for pp collisions
             at square root[s]=1.96 TeV, based on their decays to
             electrons and muons. The data correspond to an integrated
             luminosity of 72 pb(-1) recorded with the CDF detector at
             the Fermilab Tevatron. We test e-mu universality in W
             decays, and we measure the ratio of leptonic W and Z rates
             from which the leptonic branching fraction B(W-->lnu) can be
             extracted as well as an indirect value for the total width
             of the W and the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix element,
             |V(cs)|.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.94.091803},
   Key = {fds308135}
}

@article{fds308133,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi,
             R and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, ML and Chuang, S and Chung,
             JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark,
             AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Da Ronco and S and D'Auria, S and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'Agnello, S and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann,
             JR and Dörr, C and Doksus, P and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini, J and D'Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Drollinger, V and Ebina, K and Eddy, N and Ehlers, J and Ely, R and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede,
             D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko,
             I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferretti, C and Field, RD and Flanagan, G and Flaugher, B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallas, A and Galyardt, J and Gallinaro, M and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein,
             E and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg,
             C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos,
             K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guenther, M and da Costa, JG and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon,
             M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell, J and Jeans, D and Jensen,
             H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Unel, MK and Karchin, PE and Kartal, S and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim,
             DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King, BT and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko,
             S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko,
             I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann,
             SE and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, J and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu,
             R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Manca, G and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and NcNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miller,
             L and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PAM and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Niell, F and Nielsen, J and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Newman-Holmes,
             C and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Oesterberg, K and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi, T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti,
             R and Papadimitriou, V and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Pauly, T and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager,
             C and Pompos, A and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Prakoshyn, F and Pratt, T and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, MA and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rolli, S and Rosenson, L and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and St Denis and R and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Sansoni, A and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Scodellaro, L and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D
             et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the lifetime difference between Bs mass
             eigenstates.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {94},
   Number = {10},
   Pages = {101803},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.94.101803},
   Abstract = {We present measurements of the lifetimes and polarization
             amplitudes for B(0)(s)-->J/psiphi and B(0)(d)-->J/psiK(*0)
             decays. Lifetimes of the heavy and light mass eigenstates in
             the B(0)(s) system are separately measured for the first
             time by determining the relative contributions of amplitudes
             with definite CP as a function of the decay time. Using
             203+/-15 B(0)(s) decays we obtain tau(L) =
             (1.05(+0.16)(-0.13) +/- 0.02) ps and tau(H) =
             (2.07(+0.58)(-0.46) +/- 0.03) ps. Expressed in terms of the
             difference DeltaGamma(s) and average Gamma(s), of the decay
             rates of the two eigenstates, the results are
             DeltaGamma(s)/Gamma(s) = (65(+25)(-33) +/- 1)% and
             DeltaGamma(s) = (0.47(+0.19)(-0.24) +/- 0.01)
             ps(-1).},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.94.101803},
   Key = {fds308133}
}

@article{fds313580,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Calafiura, P and Campanelli,
             M and Campbell, M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron,
             S and Carosi, R and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerri, C and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen,
             C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chu, ML and Chuang,
             S and Chung, JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci,
             MA and Clark, AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Ronco, SD and D’Auria, S and de Barbaro, P and Cecco, SD and Lentdecker, GD and Dell’Agnello, S and Dell’Orso, M and Demers,
             S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and Pedis, DD and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and Doksus, P and Dominguez, A and Donati,
             S and Donega, M and Donini, J and D’Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Drollinger, V and Ebina, K and Eddy, N and Ely, R and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez,
             JP and Ferretti, C and Field, RD and Fiori, I and Flanagan, G and Flaugher,
             B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, J and Frisch, H and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallas, A and Galyardt, J and Gallinaro, M and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein, E and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra,
             Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grosso-Pilcher,
             C and Guenther, M and da Costa, JG and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara,
             K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama,
             K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl,
             D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell,
             J and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, S and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Unel, MK and Karchin, PE and Kartal,
             S and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King, BT and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuznetsova, N and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, J and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee,
             SW and Lefevre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Liss, TM and Litvintsev, DO and Liu,
             T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons,
             L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Manca, G and Marginean, R and Martin, M and Martin, A and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and NcNulty, R and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina,
             A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller,
             JS and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Niell, F and Nielsen, J and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Newman-Holmes, C and Nicollerat, A-S and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Oesterberg, K and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi, T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Pagliarone, C and Palmonari, F and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Pauly, T and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager, C and Pompoš, A and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Poukhov, O and Prakoshyn, F and Pratt, T and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rakitine,
             A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reichold, A and Reisert,
             B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert,
             K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rolli,
             S and Rosenson, L and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Ruiz,
             A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Safonov, A and Denis, RS and Sakumoto,
             WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Sansoni, A and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schemitz, P and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Scodellaro, L and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Shimojima,
             M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Siegrist, J and Siket, M and Sill, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Skiba, A et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the production cross section in collisions at
             using kinematic fitting of -tagged lepton jet
             events},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {072005},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {April},
   ISSN = {1550-7998},
   url = {http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcApp=PARTNER_APP&SrcAuth=LinksAMR&KeyUT=WOS:000228765400011&DestLinkType=FullRecord&DestApp=ALL_WOS&UsrCustomerID=47d3190e77e5a3a53558812f597b0b92},
   Abstract = {http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ex/0409029},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.072005},
   Key = {fds313580}
}

@article{fds308140,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi,
             R and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, ML and Chuang, S and Chung,
             JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark,
             AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Da Ronco and S and D’Auria, S and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and De Lentdecker and G and Dell’Agnello, S and Dell’Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and Dörr, C and Doksus, P and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini, J and D’Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Drollinger,
             V and Ebina, K and Eddy, N and Ehlers, J and Ely, R and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Ferretti, C and Field, RD and Flanagan, G and Flaugher, B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallas, A and Galyardt, J and Gallinaro, M and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein, E and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guenther, M and Guimaraes da
             Costa, J and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl,
             D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell,
             J and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun,
             SY and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz Unel and M and Karchin,
             PE and Kartal, S and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King,
             BT and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kwang, S and Laasanen,
             AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, J and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee,
             SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and MacQueen,
             D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Manca, G and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson,
             M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and NcNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic,
             N and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and PA and Mukherjee,
             A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Niell, F and Nielsen, J and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Newman-Holmes,
             C and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Oesterberg, K and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi, T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti,
             R and Papadimitriou, V and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Pauly, T and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager,
             C and Pompoš, A and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Prakoshyn, F and Pratt, T and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, MA and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rolli, S and Rosenson, L and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and St. Denis and R and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Sansoni, A and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Scodellaro, L and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for and production in collisions at},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {1-7},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.091105},
   Abstract = {We present a search for ZZ and ZW vector boson pair
             production in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV using the
             leptonic decay channels ZZ→llνν, ZZ→lll′l′, and
             ZW→lll′ν. In a data sample corresponding to an
             integrated luminosity of 194pb-1 collected with the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab, 3 candidate events are found with an
             expected background of 1.0±0.2 events. We set a 95%
             confidence level upper limit of 15.2pb on the cross section
             for ZZ plus ZW production, compared to the standard model
             prediction of 5.0±0.4pb. © 2005 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.091105},
   Key = {fds308140}
}

@article{fds308152,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carosi,
             R and Carron, S and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chuang, S and Chung, K and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Cijliak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Cruz, A and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Da Ronco and S and D’Auria, S and de Barbaro,
             P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell’Orso,
             M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini, J and D’Onofrio,
             M and Dorigo, T and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers, J and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Field, RD and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo,
             LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein, E and Giagu, S and Giannetti,
             P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr,
             RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays,
             C and Hayward, H and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz Unel and M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster,
             B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute,
             M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kwang, S and Laasanen,
             AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and MacQueen,
             D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson,
             M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic,
             N and Miles, J and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi,
             N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and PA and Muelmenstaedt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi,
             T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Osterberg,
             K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou,
             V and Paramonov, AA and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, MA and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo,
             T and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and St.
             Denis, R and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez,
             C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro,
             A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sill, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Sjolin, J and Skiba, A and Slaughter, AJ and Sliwa, K et
             al.},
   Title = {Study of jet shapes in inclusive jet production in
             collisions at},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {71},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.71.112002},
   Abstract = {We report on a study of jet shapes in inclusive jet
             production in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96 TeV using the
             upgraded collider detector at Fermilab in Run II (CDF II)
             and based on an integrated luminosity of 170 pb-1.
             Measurements are carried out on jets with rapidity
             0.1&lt;|Yjet|&lt;0.7 and transverse momentum
             37GeV/c&lt;PTjet&lt;380GeV/c. The jets have been corrected
             to the hadron level. The measured jet shapes are compared to
             leading-order QCD parton-shower Monte Carlo predictions as
             implemented in the PYTHIA and HERWIG programs. PYTHIA, tuned
             to describe the underlying event as measured in CDF Run I,
             provides a better description of the measured jet shapes
             than does PYTHIA or HERWIG with their default parameters. ©
             2005 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.71.112002},
   Key = {fds308152}
}

@article{fds308132,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Adams, T and Agelou, M and Agram, J-L and Ahmed, SN and Ahn,
             SH and Alexeev, GD and Alkhazov, G and Alton, A and Alverson, G and Alves,
             GA and Anastasoaie, M and Anderson, S and Andrieu, B and Arnoud, Y and Askew, A and Asman, B and Atramentov, O and Autermann, C and Avila, C and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Badaud, F and Baden, A and Baffioni, S and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, S and Barberis, E and Bargassa, P and Baringer, P and Barnes, C and Barreto, J and Bartlett, JF and Bassler,
             U and Bauer, D and Bean, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of dijet azimuthal decorrelations at central
             rapidities in pp collisions at sqrt s =1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {94},
   Number = {22},
   Pages = {221801},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.221801},
   Abstract = {Correlations in the azimuthal angle between the two largest
             transverse momentum jets have been measured using the D0
             detector in p (-)p collisions at a center-of-mass energy
             sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV. The analysis is based on an inclusive
             dijet event sample in the central rapidity region
             corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 150 pb(-1).
             Azimuthal correlations are stronger at larger transverse
             momenta. These are well described in perturbative QCD at
             next-to-leading order in the strong coupling constant,
             except at large azimuthal differences where contributions
             with low transverse momentum are significant.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.221801},
   Key = {fds308132}
}

@article{fds308131,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Barone, M and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Booth, PSL and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carron, S and Carosi,
             R and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, C and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, ML and Chuang, S and Chung,
             JY and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark,
             AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Da Ronco and S and D'Auria, S and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'Agnello, S and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann,
             JR and Dörr, C and Doksus, P and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini, J and D'Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Drollinger, V and Ebina, K and Eddy, N and Ehlers, J and Ely, R and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede,
             D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko,
             I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferretti, C and Field, RD and Flanagan, G and Flaugher, B and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallas, A and Galyardt, J and Gallinaro, M and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein,
             E and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg,
             C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos,
             K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guenther, M and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn,
             SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heider, E and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon,
             M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jarrell, J and Jeans, D and Jensen,
             H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz Unel and M and Karchin, PE and Kartal, S and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster,
             B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, TH and Kim, YK and King, BT and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Koehn, P and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotelnikov, K and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, J and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lauhakangas, R and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre,
             P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Malferrari, L and Manca, G and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and NcNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic,
             N and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Miyazaki, Y and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and PA and Mukherjee,
             A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakamura, I and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Niell, F and Nielsen, J and Nelson, C and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Newman-Holmes,
             C and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Oesterberg, K and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi, T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti,
             R and Papadimitriou, V and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Pauly, T and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager,
             C and Pompos, A and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Prakoshyn, F and Pratt, T and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, MA and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rolli, S and Rosenson, L and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Denis, RS and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Sansoni, A and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Scodellaro, L and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D
             et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the cross section for prompt diphoton
             production in pp collisions at square root of s=1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {95},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {022003},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {July},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.95.022003},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the rate of prompt diphoton
             production in pp collisions at square root of s=1.96 TeV
             using a data sample of 207 pb(-1) collected with the
             upgraded Collider Detector at Fermilab. The background from
             nonprompt sources is determined using a statistical method
             based on differences in the electromagnetic showers. The
             cross section is measured as a function of the diphoton
             mass, the transverse momentum of the diphoton system, and
             the azimuthal angle between the two photons and is found to
             be consistent with perturbative QCD predictions.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.95.022003},
   Key = {fds308131}
}

@article{fds308130,
   Author = {al, AVKWDAE},
   Title = {Search for Long-Lived Doubly-Charged Higgs Bosons in P
             anti-P Collisions at s**(1/2) = 1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {95},
   Number = {071801},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {August},
   Key = {fds308130}
}

@article{fds313578,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carosi,
             R and Carron, S and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chuang, S and Chung, K and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Cijliak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Cruz, A and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Da Ronco and S and D’Auria, S and de Barbaro,
             P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell’Orso,
             M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini, J and D’Onofrio,
             M and Dorigo, T and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers, J and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Field, RD and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo,
             LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein, E and Giagu, S and Giannetti,
             P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr,
             RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays,
             C and Hayward, H and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz Unel and M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster,
             B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute,
             M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kwang, S and Laasanen,
             AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and MacQueen,
             D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca, G and Margaroli, and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson,
             M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and McNulty, and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic,
             N and Miles, J and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi,
             N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PAM and Muelmenstaedt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi,
             T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Osterberg,
             K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou,
             V and Paramonov, AA and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, MA and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo,
             T and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and St.
             Denis, R and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez,
             C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro,
             A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sill, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Sjolin, J and Skiba, A and Slaughter, AJ and Sliwa, K et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the production cross section in collisions at
             using lepton plus jets events with semileptonic decays to
             muons},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {72},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {032002},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {August},
   ISSN = {1550-7998},
   url = {http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcApp=PARTNER_APP&SrcAuth=LinksAMR&KeyUT=WOS:000231564900007&DestLinkType=FullRecord&DestApp=ALL_WOS&UsrCustomerID=47d3190e77e5a3a53558812f597b0b92},
   Abstract = {http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ex/0506001},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.72.032002},
   Key = {fds313578}
}

@article{fds308150,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, JF and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carosi,
             R and Carron, S and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chuang, S and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Cijliak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, AG},
   Title = {Search for first-generation scalar leptoquarks in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {72},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {September},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.72.051107},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for pair production of
             first-generation scalar leptoquarks (LQ) in pp̄ collisions
             at s=1.96 TeV using an integrated luminosity of 203 pb-1
             collected at the Fermilab Tevatron collider by the CDF
             experiment. We observe no evidence for LQ production in the
             topologies arising from LQLQ̄→eqeq and LQLQ̄→eqνq,
             and derive 95% C.L. upper limits on the LQ production cross
             section. The results are combined with those obtained from a
             separately reported CDF search in the topology arising from
             LQLQ̄→νqνq and 95% C.L. lower limits on the LQ mass as
             a function of β=BR(LQ→eq) are derived. The limits are
             236, 205 and 145GeV/c2 for β=1, β=0.5 and β=0.1,
             respectively. © 2005 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.72.051107},
   Key = {fds308150}
}

@article{fds308154,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Casarsa, M and Carlsmith, D and Carosi,
             R and Carron, S and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chapman, J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho,
             I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chuang, S and Chung, K and Chung, W-H and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, AG and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cuevas, J and Cruz, A and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and Dagenhart, D and Ronco, SD and D’Auria, S and de Barbaro,
             P and Cecco, SD and Deisher, A and Lentdecker, GD and Dell’Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deninno, M and Pedis, DD and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Donini, J and D’Onofrio, M and Dorigo, T and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers, J and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, H-C and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez,
             JP and Field, RD and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii,
             Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia-Sciveres, M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, DW and Gerchtein, E and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, D and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and da Costa, JG and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartmann, F and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon,
             M and Hill, C and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hoffman, KD and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, MA and Huffman, BT and Huang, Y and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Issever, C and Ivanov, A and Iwata, Y and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, T and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Unel, MK and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim,
             DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kong, DJ and Kondo, K and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korn, A and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kwang, S and Laasanen,
             AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, R and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and MacQueen,
             D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson,
             M and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, PM and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic,
             N and Miles, J and Miller, L and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi,
             N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PAM and Muelmenstaedt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Munar, A and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Napora, R and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Nelson, T and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Ohsugi,
             T and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Orejudos, W and Osterberg,
             K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou,
             V and Paramonov, AA and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, D and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, KT and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, MA and Rakitine, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Ray, H and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo,
             T and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ruiz, A and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Denis,
             RS and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz,
             T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov,
             A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sill, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Sjolin, J and Skiba, A and Slaughter, AJ and Sliwa, K et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for and decays in collisions at},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {72},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2005},
   Month = {September},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.72.051104},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for Λb0→pπ- and Λb0→pK- (and
             charge conjugate) decays in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV
             using 193pb-1 of data collected by the CDF II experiment at
             the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. Data were collected using a
             track trigger that has been optimized to select tracks
             belonging to a secondary vertex that is typical of two-body
             charmless decays of b-flavored hadrons, including Λb0
             baryons. As no Λb0 signal was observed, we set the upper
             limits on the branching fraction B(Λb0→ph-), where h is K
             or π, of 2.3×10-5 at 90% C.L. and 2.9×10-5 at 95% C.L. ©
             2005 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.72.051104},
   Key = {fds308154}
}

@article{fds313629,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the ratio of branching fractions B(D0→K
             +π -)/B(D0→K -π
             +) using the CDF II detector},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2006},
   ISSN = {0556-2821},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.74.031109},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of R B, the ratio of the branching
             fraction for the rare decay D0→K +π - to that for the
             Cabibbo-favored decay D0→K -π +. Charge-conjugate decays
             are implicitly included. A signal of 2005±104 events for
             the decay D0→K +π - is obtained using the CDF II detector
             at the Fermilab Tevatron collider. The data set corresponds
             to an integrated luminosity of 0.35fb -1 produced in p̄p
             collisions at √s=1.96TeV. Assuming no mixing, we find R
             B=[4.05±0. 21(stat)±0.11(syst)]×10 -3. This measurement
             is consistent with the world average, and comparable in
             accuracy with the best measurements from other experiments.
             © 2006 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.74.031109},
   Key = {fds313629}
}

@article{fds308106,
   Author = {Abazov, VM and Abbott, B and Abolins, M and Acharya, BS and Adams, DL and Adams, M and Adams, T and Agelou, M and Agram, J-L and Ahmed, SN and Ahn,
             SH and Ahsan, M and Alexeev, GD and Alkhazov, G and Alton, A and Alverson,
             G and Alves, GA and Anastasoaie, M and Andeen, T and Anderson, JT and Anderson, S and Andrieu, B and Angstadt, R and Anosov, V and Arnoud, Y and Arov, M and Askew, A and Åsman, B and Jesus, ACSA and Atramentov, O and Autermann, C and Avila, C and Babukhadia, L and Bacon, TC and Badaud, F and Baden, A and Baffioni, S and Bagby, L and Baldin, B and Balm, PW and Banerjee, P and Banerjee, S et al.},
   Title = {The upgraded DØ detector},
   Journal = {Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section
             A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated
             Equipment},
   Volume = {565},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {463-537},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2006.05.248},
   Abstract = {The DØ experiment enjoyed a very successful data-collection
             run at the Fermilab Tevatron collider between 1992 and 1996.
             Since then, the detector has been upgraded to take advantage
             of improvements to the Tevatron and to enhance its physics
             capabilities. We describe the new elements of the detector,
             including the silicon microstrip tracker, central fiber
             tracker, solenoidal magnet, preshower detectors, forward
             muon detector, and forward proton detector. The
             uranium/liquid-argon calorimeters and central muon detector,
             remaining from Run I, are discussed briefly. We also present
             the associated electronics, triggering, and data acquisition
             systems, along with the design and implementation of
             software specific to DØ. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights
             reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1016/j.nima.2006.05.248},
   Key = {fds308106}
}

@article{fds308108,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the ratios of branching fractions
             B(Bs0→Ds-π+)/ B(B0→D-π+) and B(B+→D̄0π+)/B(B0→D-π+)},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {19},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.191801},
   Abstract = {We report an observation of the decay Bs0→Ds-π+ in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV using 115pb-1 of data collected by
             the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. We observe
             83±11(stat) Bs0→Ds-π+ candidates, representing a large
             increase in statistics over previous measurements and the
             first observation of this decay at a pp̄ collider. We
             present the first measurement of the relative branching
             fraction B(Bs0→Ds-π+)/B(B0→D-π+)=1.32±0.18(stat)±0.38(syst)
             . We also measure B(B+→D̄0π+)/B(B0→D-π+)=1.97±0.
             10(stat)±0.21(syst), which is consistent with previous
             measurements. © 2006 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.191801},
   Key = {fds308108}
}

@article{fds308109,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of mass and width of the excited charmed meson
             states D10 and D2*0 at CDF},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {73},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.73.051104},
   Abstract = {We report on precision measurements of the masses and widths
             of the narrow, orbitally excited states D10 and D2*0 using
             the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. Both states
             (collectively called D**) are reconstructed in the decay
             channel D**→D*+π-. The D2*0 is also reconstructed in the
             D**→D+π- channel. Using a data set with an integrated
             luminosity of 210pb-1, the measured masses and widths for
             the D10 are 2421.7±0.7±0.6 MeV/c2 and 20.0±1.7±1.3
             MeV/c2 respectively, while for the D2*0 they are
             2463.3±0.6±0.8 MeV/c2 and 49.2±2.3±1.2 MeV/c2. These
             values are currently the single best measurements available.
             © 2006 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.73.051104},
   Key = {fds308109}
}

@article{fds308111,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the helicity of W bosons in top-quark
             decays},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {73},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.73.111103},
   Abstract = {We measure the branching fraction of the top quark to
             longitudinally and right-handed polarized W bosons, F0 and
             F+, using approximately 200pb-1 of p̄p collisions collected
             by the CDF II detector. We analyze two quantities sensitive
             to the W helicity: the invariant mass of the charged lepton
             and the bottom-quark jet in the decay t→Wb→ νb (where
             =e or μ), and the transverse momentum of the charged
             lepton. Constrained fits yield F0=0.74-0.34+0.22, and
             F+&lt;0.27 at the 95% confidence level. These measurements
             are consistent with the standard model predictions. © 2006
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.73.111103},
   Key = {fds308111}
}

@article{fds308113,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the top quark mass with the dynamical
             likelihood method using lepton plus jets events with b-tags
             in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {73},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.73.092002},
   Abstract = {This paper describes a measurement of the top quark mass,
             Mtop, with the dynamical likelihood method (DLM) using the
             CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. The Tevatron
             produces top/antitop (tt̄) pairs in pp̄ collisions at a
             center-of-mass energy of 1.96 TeV. The data sample used in
             this analysis was accumulated from March 2002 through August
             2004, which corresponds to an integrated luminosity of
             318pb-1. We use the tt̄ candidates in the "lepton+jets"
             decay channel, requiring at least one jet identified as a b
             quark by finding a displaced secondary vertex. The DLM
             defines a likelihood for each event based on the
             differential cross section as a function of Mtop per unit
             phase space volume of the final partons, multiplied by the
             transfer functions from jet to parton energies. The method
             takes into account all possible jet combinations in an
             event, and the likelihood is multiplied event by event to
             derive the top quark mass by the maximum likelihood method.
             Using 63 tt̄ candidates observed in the data, with 9.2
             events expected from background, we measure the top quark
             mass to be 173.2+2.6-2.4(stat.)±3. 2(syst.)GeV/c2, or
             173.2+4.1-4.0GeV/c2. © 2006 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.73.092002},
   Key = {fds308113}
}

@article{fds308114,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Search for anomalous semileptonic decay of heavy flavor
             hadrons produced in association with a W boson at CDF
             II},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {73},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.73.051101},
   Abstract = {We present a search for anomalous semileptonic decays of
             heavy flavor hadrons produced in association with a W boson
             in proton-antiproton collisions at s=1.96TeV. We use 162pb-1
             of data collected with the CDF II detector at the Fermilab
             Tevatron Collider. We select events with one W boson and at
             least one jet with an identified secondary vertex. In the
             jets with a secondary vertex we look for a semileptonic
             decay to a muon. We compare the number of jets with both a
             secondary vertex and a semileptonic decay and the kinematic
             properties of these jets, with the standard model
             expectation of W plus heavy flavor production and decay. No
             discrepancy is seen between the observation and the
             expectation, and we set limits on the production cross
             section of a B-like hadron with an anomalously high
             semileptonic branching ratio. © 2006 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.73.051101},
   Key = {fds308114}
}

@article{fds308116,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Search for excited and exotic muons in the μy decay channel
             in pp - collisions at s=1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {97},
   Number = {19},
   Pages = {062003},
   Year = {2006},
   ISSN = {0031-9007},
   url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17155615},
   Abstract = {We search for excited and exotic muon states * using an
             integrated luminosity of 371pb-1 of pp collision data at
             s=1.96TeV. We search for associated production of * followed
             by the decay *. We compare the data to model predictions as
             a function of the mass of the excited muon M *, the
             compositeness energy scale , and the gauge coupling factor
             f. No signal above the standard model expectation is
             observed. We exclude 107&lt;M *&lt;853GeV/c2 for =M * in the
             contact interaction model, and 100&lt;M *&lt;410GeV/c2 for
             f/=10-2GeV-1 in the gauge-mediated model, both at the 95%
             confidence level. © 2006 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.191802},
   Key = {fds308116}
}

@article{fds308117,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the Bc+ meson lifetime using the decay mode
             Bc+→J/ψe+νe},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {97},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {012002},
   Year = {2006},
   ISSN = {0031-9007},
   url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16907366},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the Bc+ meson lifetime in the
             decay mode Bc+→J/ψe+νe using the Collider Detector at
             Fermilab II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. From
             a sample of about 360pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV,
             we reconstruct J/ψe+ pairs with invariant mass in the
             kinematically allowed range 4&lt;MJ/ψe&lt;6GeV/c2. A fit to
             the decay-length distribution of 238 signal events yields a
             measured Bc+ meson lifetime of 0.463+0.073-0.065(stat)±0.036(syst)ps.
             © 2006 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.012002},
   Key = {fds308117}
}

@article{fds308119,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Observation of Bs0→ψ(2S) and measurement of the ratio of
             branching fractions B(Bs0→ψ(2S) /B(Bs0→J/ψ)},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {23},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.231801},
   Abstract = {We report the first observation of Bs0→ψ(2S) decay in
             pp̄ collisions at s= 1.96 TeV using 360 pb-1 of data
             collected by the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron.
             We observe 20.2±5.0 and 12.3±4.1 Bs0→ψ(2S) candidates,
             in ψ(2S)→μ+μ- and ψ(2S)→J/ψπ+π- decay modes,
             respectively. We present a measurement of the relative
             branching fraction B(Bs0→ψ(2S) /B(Bs0→J/ψ)=0.52±0.13(stat)±0.04(syst)±0.06(BR)
             using the ψ(2S)→μ+μ- decay mode. © 2006 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.231801},
   Key = {fds308119}
}

@article{fds308121,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Top quark mass measurement from dilepton events at CDF II
             with the matrix-element method},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.74.032009},
   Abstract = {We describe a measurement of the top quark mass using events
             with two charged leptons collected by the CDF II detector
             from pp̄ collisions with s=1.96TeV at the Fermilab
             Tevatron. The likelihood in top quark mass is calculated for
             each event by convoluting the leading order matrix element
             describing qq̄→tt̄→blνlb̄l′νl′ with detector
             resolution functions. The presence of background events in
             the data sample is modeled using similar calculations
             involving the matrix elements for major background
             processes. In a data sample with integrated luminosity of
             340pb-1, we observe 33 candidate events and measure
             Mtop=165.2±6.1(stat.) ±3.4(syst.)GeV/c2. This measurement
             represents the first application of this method to events
             with two charged leptons and is the most precise single
             measurement of the top quark mass in this channel. © 2006
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.74.032009},
   Key = {fds308121}
}

@article{fds308122,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the ratio of branching fractions
             B(D0→K+π-)/ B(D0→K-π+) using the CDF II
             detector},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.74.031109},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of RB, the ratio of the branching
             fraction for the rare decay D0→K+π- to that for the
             Cabibbo-favored decay D0→K-π+. Charge-conjugate decays
             are implicitly included. A signal of 2005±104 events for
             the decay D0→K+π- is obtained using the CDF II detector
             at the Fermilab Tevatron collider. The data set corresponds
             to an integrated luminosity of 0.35fb-1 produced in p̄p
             collisions at s=1.96TeV. Assuming no mixing, we find
             RB=[4.05±0.21(stat)±0.11(syst)] ×10-3. This measurement
             is consistent with the world average, and comparable in
             accuracy with the best measurements from other experiments.
             © 2006 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.74.031109},
   Key = {fds308122}
}

@article{fds308123,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Search for high-mass resonances decaying to eμ in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {21},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.211802},
   Abstract = {We describe a general search for resonances decaying to a
             neutral eμ final state in pp̄ collisions at a
             center-of-mass energy of 1.96 TeV. Using a data sample
             representing 344pb-1 of integrated luminosity recorded by
             the Collider Detector at Fermilab II experiment, we compare
             standard model predictions with the number of observed
             events for invariant masses between 50 and 800GeV/c2.
             Finding no significant excess (5 events observed vs 7.7±0.8
             expected for Meμ&gt;100GeV/c2), we set limits on sneutrino
             and Z′ masses as functions of lepton family number
             violating couplings. © 2006 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.211802},
   Key = {fds308123}
}

@article{fds308124,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the top quark mass using template methods on
             dilepton events in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {73},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.73.112006},
   Abstract = {We describe a measurement of the top quark mass from events
             produced in pp̄ collisions at a center-of-mass energy of
             1.96 TeV, using the Collider Detector at Fermilab. We
             identify tt̄ candidates where both W bosons from the top
             quarks decay into leptons (eν, μν, or τν) from a data
             sample of 360pb-1. The top quark mass is reconstructed in
             each event separately by three different methods, which draw
             upon simulated distributions of the neutrino pseudorapidity,
             tt̄ longitudinal momentum, or neutrino azimuthal angle in
             order to extract probability distributions for the top quark
             mass. For each method, representative mass distributions, or
             templates, are constructed from simulated samples of signal
             and background events, and parametrized to form continuous
             probability density functions. A likelihood fit
             incorporating these parametrized templates is then performed
             on the data sample masses in order to derive a final top
             quark mass. Combining the three template methods, taking
             into account correlations in their statistical and
             systematic uncertainties, results in a top quark mass
             measurement of 170.1±6.0(stat.)±4.1(syst.) GeV/c2. © 2006
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.73.112006},
   Key = {fds308124}
}

@article{fds308126,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the b jet cross section in events with a Z
             boson in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.74.032008},
   Abstract = {A measurement of the inclusive bottom jet cross section is
             presented for events containing a Z boson in pp̄ collisions
             at s=1.96TeV using the Collider Detector at Fermilab. Z
             bosons are identified in their electron and muon decay
             modes, and b jets with ET&gt;20GeV and |η|&lt;1.5 are
             identified by reconstructing a secondary decay vertex. The
             measurement is based on an integrated luminosity of about
             330pb-1. A cross section times branching ratio of
             σ(Z+bjets)×B(Z→ℓ+ℓ-)=0.93±0.36pb is found, where
             B(Z→ℓ+ℓ-) is the branching ratio of the Z boson or γ*
             into a single flavor dilepton pair (e or μ) in the mass
             range between 66 and 116GeV/c2. The ratio of b jets to the
             total number of jets of any flavor in the Z sample, within
             the same kinematic range as the b jets, is 2.36±0.92%.
             Here, the uncertainties are the quadratic sum of statistical
             and systematic uncertainties. Predictions made with
             next-to-leading order QCD agree, within experimental and
             theoretical uncertainties, with these measurements. © 2006
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.74.032008},
   Key = {fds308126}
}

@article{fds308127,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Observation of B s0 - B̄
             s0 oscillations},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {97},
   Number = {24},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.242003},
   Abstract = {We report the observation of B s0- B̄ s0 oscillations from
             a time-dependent measurement of the B s0-B̄ s0 oscillation
             frequency Δm s. Using a data sample of 1 fb -1 of pp
             collisions at √ = 1.96 TeV collected with the CDF II
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron, we find signals of 5600
             fully reconstructed hadronic B s decays, 3100 partially
             reconstructed hadronic B s decays, and 61500 partially
             reconstructed semileptonic B s decays. We measure the
             probability as a function of proper decay time that the B s
             decays with the same, or opposite, flavor as the flavor at
             production, and we find a signal for B s0-B̄ s0
             oscillations. The probability that random fluctuations could
             produce a comparable signal is 8 × 10 -8, which exceeds 5σ
             significance. We measure Δm s = 17.77 ± 0.10(stat) ±
             0.07(syst) ps -1 and extract |V td/V ts| = 0.2060 ±
             0.0007(Δm s) -0.0060+0.0081 (Δm d + theor). © 2006 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.242003},
   Key = {fds308127}
}

@article{fds308129,
   Author = {Antos, J and Babik, M and Benjamin, D and Cabrera, S and Chan, AW and Chen,
             YC and Coca, M and Cooper, B and Farrington, S and Genser, K and Hatakeyama, K and Hou, S and Hsieh, TL and Jayatilaka, B and Jun, SY and Kotwal, AV and Kraan, AC and Lysak, R and Mandrichenko, IV and Murat, P and Robson, A and Savard, P and Siket, M and Stelzer, B and Syu, J and Teng,
             PK and Timm, SC and Tomura, T and Vataga, E and Wolbers,
             SA},
   Title = {Data processing model for the CDF experiment},
   Journal = {Ieee Transactions on Nuclear Science},
   Volume = {53},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {2897-2906},
   Year = {2006},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TNS.2006.881908},
   Abstract = {The data processing model for the CDF experiment is
             described. Data processing reconstructs events from parallel
             data streams taken with different combinations of physics
             event triggers and further splits the events into datasets
             of specialised physics interests. The design of the
             processing control system makes strict requirements on
             bookkeeping records, which trace the status of data flies
             and event contents during processing and storage. The
             computing architecture was updated to meet the mass data
             flow of the Run II data collection, recently upgraded to a
             maximum rate of 40 MByte/sec. The data processing facility
             consists of a large cluster of Linux computers with data
             movement managed by the CDF data handling system to a
             multi-petaByte Enstore tape library. The latest processing
             cycle has achieved a stable speed of 35 MByte/sec (3
             TByte/day). It can be readily scaled by increasing CPU and
             data-handling capacity as required. © 2006
             IEEE.},
   Doi = {10.1109/TNS.2006.881908},
   Key = {fds308129}
}

@article{fds308105,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr, D and Daronco, S and D'Auria, S and D'onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, J and Dituro,
             P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers,
             J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo,
             LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciveres and M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski,
             D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes
             da Costa, J and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel, M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and Lecompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis,
             JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss,
             TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and Macqueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino,
             C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama,
             T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman,
             R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou, A and Paramonov,
             AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov,
             A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott,
             AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for neutral Higgs bosons of the minimal
             supersymmetric standard model decaying to tau pairs in pp
             collisions at square root of s = 1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {011802},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.96.011802},
   Abstract = {We present a search for neutral supersymmetric Higgs bosons
             decaying to tau pairs produced in pp collisions at square
             root of s = 1.96 TeV. The data, corresponding to 310 pb(-1)
             integrated luminosity, were collected with the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab in run II of the Tevatron. No
             significant excess above the standard model backgrounds is
             observed. We set exclusion limits on the production cross
             section times branching fraction to tau pairs for Higgs
             boson masses in the range from 90 to 250
             GeV/c2.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.96.011802},
   Key = {fds308105}
}

@article{fds308104,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D'Auria, S and D'onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De
             Lentdecker, G and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng,
             J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, J and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciveres and M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes,
             D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg,
             C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and da Costa, JG and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel, M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lee, YJ and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy,
             S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles,
             E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys,
             J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and von der
             Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone,
             C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou,
             A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van
             Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo,
             T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott,
             C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik,
             S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F et
             al.},
   Title = {Precision top-quark mass measurement in the lepton+jets
             topology in p p collisions at square root s=1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {022004},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.96.022004},
   Abstract = {We report two measurements of the top-quark mass M(top)
             using the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron in a 318
             pb(-1) data sample of tt events in the lepton+jets final
             state. One method uses an event-based likelihood technique
             resulting in M(top) = 173.2(-2.4)(+2.6)(stat) +/- 3.2(syst)
             GeV/c2 or 173.2(-4.0)(+4.1) GeV/c2. The second method
             reconstructs a top-quark mass in each event using the
             measured invariant mass of the hadronically decaying W boson
             to constrain the jet energy scale to obtain a value for
             M(top)of 173.5(-3.6)(+3.7)(stat) +/- 1.3(syst) GeV/c2 or
             173.5(-3.8)(+3.9) GeV/c2 . We take the latter, which is more
             precise, as our result.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.96.022004},
   Key = {fds308104}
}

@article{fds308107,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Currat, C and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D’Auria, S and D’onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and Cecco, SD and Deisher, A and Lentdecker, GD and Dell’Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and Pedis, DD and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, J and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Sciveres, MG and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes,
             D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg,
             C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and da Costa, JG and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel, M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lee, YJ and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy,
             S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles,
             E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys,
             J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and von der
             Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman,
             R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou, A and Paramonov,
             AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov,
             A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott,
             AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F et al.},
   Title = {Top quark mass measurement using the template method in the
             channel at CDF II},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {73},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.73.032003},
   Abstract = {This article presents a measurement of the top quark mass
             using the CDF II detector at Fermilab. Colliding beams of
             protons and antiprotons at Fermilab's Tevatron (s=1.96TeV)
             produce top/antitop pairs, which decay to W+W-bb̄; events
             are selected where one W decays to hadrons and the other W
             decays to either e or μ plus a neutrino. The data sample
             corresponds to an integrated luminosity of approximately
             318pb-1. A total of 165 tt̄ events are separated into four
             subsamples based on jet transverse energy thresholds and the
             number of b jets identified by reconstructing a displaced
             vertex. In each event, the reconstructed top quark invariant
             mass is determined by minimizing a χ2 for the
             overconstrained kinematic system. At the same time, the mass
             of the hadronically decaying W boson is measured in the same
             event sample. The observed W boson mass provides an in situ
             improvement in the determination of the hadronic jet energy
             scale. A simultaneous likelihood fit of the reconstructed
             top quark masses and the W boson invariant masses in the
             data sample to distributions from simulated signal and
             background events gives a top quark mass of
             173.5-3.8+3.9GeV/c2. © 2006 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.73.032003},
   Key = {fds308107}
}

@article{fds308103,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D'Auria, S and D'onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and Dituro,
             P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers,
             J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo,
             LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciveres and M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski,
             D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes
             da Costa, J and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel, M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and Lecompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis,
             JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss,
             TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and Macqueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino,
             C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama,
             T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman,
             R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou, A and Paramonov,
             AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov,
             A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott,
             AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for charged Higgs bosons from top quark decays in pp
             collisions at square root s=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {4},
   Pages = {042003},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.96.042003},
   Abstract = {We report the results of a search for a charged Higgs boson
             in the decays of top quarks produced in pp collisions at a
             center-of-mass energy of 1.96 TeV. We use a data sample
             corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 193 pb-1
             collected by the upgraded Collider Detector at Fermilab. No
             evidence for charged Higgs production is found, allowing 95%
             C.L. upper limits to be placed on BR(t-->H+b) for different
             charged Higgs decay scenarios. In addition, we present in
             the minimal supersymmetric standard model (mH+/-, tanbeta)
             plane the first exclusion regions with radiative and Yukawa
             coupling corrections.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.96.042003},
   Key = {fds308103}
}

@article{fds308101,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D'Auria, S and D'onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro,
             P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers,
             J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo,
             LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciverez and M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and di
             Giovanni, GP and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg,
             C and Giokaris, N and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu,
             G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos,
             K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher,
             C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris,
             RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer,
             A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang,
             D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel,
             M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen,
             AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca,
             G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin,
             M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina,
             A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa,
             T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra,
             J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot,
             J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman,
             A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson,
             WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle,
             T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for Higgs bosons decaying to bb and produced in
             association with W bosons in pp collisions at square root of
             s = 1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {8},
   Pages = {081803},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.96.081803},
   Abstract = {We present a search for Higgs bosons decaying into bb and
             produced in association with W bosons in pp collisions at
             square root of s = 1.96 TeV. This search uses 320 pb(-1) of
             the data set accumulated by the upgraded Collider Detector
             at Fermilab. Events are selected that have a high-transverse
             momentum electron or muon, missing transverse energy, and
             two jets, at least one of which is consistent with the
             hadronization of a b quark. Both the number of events and
             the dijet mass distribution are consistent with standard
             model background expectations, and we set 95% confidence
             level upper limits on the production cross section times
             branching ratio for the Higgs boson or any new particle with
             similar decay kinematics. These upper limits range from 10
             pb for mH = 110 GeV/c2 to 3 pb for mH = 150
             GeV/c2.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.96.081803},
   Key = {fds308101}
}

@article{fds308102,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachocou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Cijliak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, M and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cranshaw, J and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr, D and Da Ronco and S and D'Auria, S and D'Onofrio,
             M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De
             Lentdecker, G and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng,
             J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Devlin, T and Dionisi,
             C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati,
             S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina,
             K and Efron, J and Ehlers, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciveres and M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes,
             D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg,
             C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris,
             RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer,
             A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang,
             D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel,
             M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen,
             AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca,
             G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin,
             M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina,
             A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nicolas, L and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella,
             O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava,
             R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra,
             J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot,
             J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman,
             A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson,
             WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle,
             T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A et
             al.},
   Title = {Evidence for the exclusive decay B(c)+- --> J/psi pi+- and
             measurement of the mass of the B(c)+- meson.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {8},
   Pages = {082002},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.96.082002},
   Abstract = {We report the first evidence for a fully reconstructed decay
             mode of the B(c)+- meson in the channel B(c)+- --> J/psi
             pi+-, with J/psi --> mu+ mu-. The analysis is based on an
             integrated luminosity of 360 pb(-1) in pp collisions at 1.96
             TeV center of mass energy collected by the Collider Detector
             at Fermilab. We observe 14.6 +/- 4.6 signal events with a
             background of 7.1 +/- 0.9 events, and a fit to the J/psi
             pi+-mass spectrum yields a B(c)+- mass of 6285.7 +/-
             5.3(stat) +/- 1.2(syst) MeV/c2. The probability of a peak of
             this magnitude occurring by random fluctuation in the search
             region is estimated as 0.012%.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.96.082002},
   Key = {fds308102}
}

@article{fds308115,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, JF and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K},
   Title = {Search for second-generation scalar leptoquarks in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {73},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.73.051102},
   Abstract = {Results on a search for pair production of second-generation
             scalar leptoquark in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV are
             reported. The data analyzed were collected by the CDF
             detector during the 2002-2003 Tevatron Run II and correspond
             to an integrated luminosity of 198pb-1. Leptoquarks (LQ) are
             sought through their decay into (charged) leptons and
             quarks, with final state signatures represented by two muons
             and jets and one muon, large transverse missing energy and
             jets. We observe no evidence for LQ production and derive
             95% C.L. upper limits on the LQ production cross sections as
             well as lower limits on their mass as a function of β,
             where β is the branching fraction for LQ→μq. © 2006 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.73.051102},
   Key = {fds308115}
}

@article{fds308100,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben Haim and E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr, D and Daronco, S and D'Auria, S and D'onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro,
             P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers,
             J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo,
             LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciveres and M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and di
             Giovanni, GP and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg,
             C and Giokaris, N and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu,
             G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos,
             K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher,
             C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris,
             RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer,
             A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang,
             D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel,
             M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen,
             AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and Lecompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca,
             G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin,
             M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina,
             A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa,
             T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra,
             J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot,
             J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman,
             A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson,
             WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle,
             T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the dipion mass spectrum in
             decays.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {10},
   Pages = {102002},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.96.102002},
   Abstract = {We measure the dipion mass spectrum in X(3872)--> J/psipi(+)
             pi(-) decays using 360 pb(-1) of pp collisions at square
             root s= 1.96 TeV collected with the CDF II detector. The
             spectrum is fit with predictions for odd C-parity ((3)S(1),
             (1)P(1), and (3)D(J)) charmonia decaying to J/psipi(+)
             pi(-), as well as even C-parity states in which the pions
             are from rho(0) decay. The latter case also encompasses
             exotic interpretations, such as a D(0)D(*0) molecule. Only
             the (3)S(1) and J/psirho hypotheses are compatible with our
             data. Since (3)S(1) is untenable on other grounds, decay via
             J/psirho is favored, which implies C= +1 for the X(3872).
             Models for J/psi - rho different angular momenta L are
             considered. Flexibility in the models, especially the
             introduction of rho - omega interference, enables good
             descriptions of our data for both L = 0 and
             1.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.96.102002},
   Key = {fds308100}
}

@article{fds308099,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben Haim and E et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the inclusive jet cross section using the kT
             algorithm in pp collisions at (square root s)=1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {122001},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.122001},
   Abstract = {We report on a measurement of the inclusive jet production
             cross section as a function of the jet transverse momentum
             in pp collisions at (square root s)=1.96 TeV using data
             collected with the upgraded Collider Detector at Fermilab in
             run II, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 385
             pb-1. The measurement is carried out for jets with rapidity
             0.1</yjet/<0.7 and transverse momentum in the range
             54<pjetT<700 GeV/c. Next-to-leading order perturbative QCD
             predictions are in good agreement with the measured cross
             section after the necessary nonperturbative parton-to-hadron
             corrections are included.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.122001},
   Key = {fds308099}
}

@article{fds308098,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E et al.},
   Title = {Top-quark mass measurement from dilepton events at CDF
             II.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {15},
   Pages = {152002},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.152002},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the top-quark mass using events
             collected by the CDF II detector from pp collisions at
             square root of s = 1.96 TeV at the Fermilab Tevatron. We
             calculate a likelihood function for the top-quark mass in
             events that are consistent with tt --> bl(-)nu(l)bl'+ nu'(l)
             decays. The likelihood is formed as the convolution of the
             leading-order matrix element and detector resolution
             functions. The joint likelihood is the product of
             likelihoods for each of 33 events collected in 340 pb(-1) of
             integrated luminosity, yielding a top-quark mass M(t) =
             165.2 +/- 6.1(stat) +/- 3.4(syst) GeV/c2. This first
             application of a matrix-element technique to tt --> bl+
             nu(l)bl'- nu(l') decays gives the most precise single
             measurement of M(t) in dilepton events. Combined with other
             CDF run II measurements using dilepton events, we measure
             M(t) = 167.9 +/- 5.2(stat) +/- 3.7(syst)
             GeV/c2.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.152002},
   Key = {fds308098}
}

@article{fds308097,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E et al.},
   Title = {Search for scalar bottom quarks from gluino decays in
             collisions at.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {17},
   Pages = {171802},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.171802},
   Abstract = {We searched for scalar bottom quarks 156 pb(-1) of pp
             collisions at radicalS = 1.96 recorded by the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab II experiment at the Tevatron. Scalar
             bottom quarks can be produced from gluino decays in -parity
             conserving models of supersymmetry when the mass of the
             gluino exceeds that of the scalar bottom quark. Then, a
             scalar bottom quark can decay into a bottom quark and a
             neutralino. To search for this scenario, we investigated
             events with large missing transverse energy and at least
             three jets, two or more of which were identified as
             containing a secondary vertex from the hadronization of
             quarks. We found four candidate events, where 2.6 +/- 0.7
             are expected from standard model processes, and placed 95%
             confidence level lower limits on gluino and scalar bottom
             quark masses of up to 280 and 240 GeV/c(2),
             respectively.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.171802},
   Key = {fds308097}
}

@article{fds308094,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Carter, A and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman, J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze,
             G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu,
             PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D'Auria, S and D'Onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, J and DiTuro,
             P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers,
             J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo,
             LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciverez and M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski,
             D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and da Costa,
             JG and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton,
             A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel, M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster,
             B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute,
             M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev,
             A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe,
             Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li,
             K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino,
             C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama,
             T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman,
             R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou, A and Paramonov,
             AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov,
             A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schieferdecker, P and Schlabach,
             P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F et
             al.},
   Title = {Direct search for Dirac magnetic monopoles in pp collisions
             at square root s = 1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {20},
   Pages = {201801},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.96.201801},
   Abstract = {We search for pair-produced Dirac magnetic monopoles in 35.7
             pb(-1) of proton-antiproton collisions at square root s =
             1.96 TeV with the Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF). We
             find no monopole candidates corresponding to a 95%
             confidence-level cross-section limit sigma < 0.2 pb for a
             monopole with mass between 200 and 700 GeV/c2. Assuming a
             Drell-Yan pair-production mechanism, we set a mass limit m >
             360 GeV/c2.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.96.201801},
   Key = {fds308094}
}

@article{fds308095,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the tt production cross section in pp
             collisions at square root s = 1.96 TeV using missing E(T) +
             jets events with secondary vertex b tagging.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {20},
   Pages = {202002},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.202002},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the tt production cross section
             in pp collisions at square root s = 1.96 TeV which uses
             events with an inclusive signature of significant missing
             transverse energy and jets. This is the first measurement
             which makes no explicit lepton identification requirements,
             so that sensitivity to W --> tau nu decays is maintained.
             Heavy flavor jets from top quark decay are identified with a
             secondary vertex tagging algorithm. From 311 pb(-1) of data
             collected by the Collider Detector at Fermilab, we measure a
             production cross section of 5.8 +/- 1.2(stat)(-0.7)(+0.9)(syst)
             pb for a top quark mass of 178 GeV/c2, in agreement with
             previous determinations and standard model
             predictions.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.202002},
   Key = {fds308095}
}

@article{fds308096,
   Author = {Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Arguin, J-F and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachocou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barker, GJ and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of bottom-quark hadron masses in exclusive J/psi
             decays with the CDF detector.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {20},
   Pages = {202001},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.202001},
   Abstract = {We measure the masses of b hadrons in exclusively
             reconstructed final states containing a J/psi --> mu-mu+
             decay using 220 pb(-1) of data collected by the CDF II
             experiment. We find: m(B+) = 5279.10 +/- 0.41(stat.) +/-
             0.36(sys.) MeV/c2, m(B0) = 5279.63 +/- 0.53(stat.) +/-
             0.33(sys.) MeV/c2, m(B(s)0) = 5366.01 +/- 0.73(stat.) +/-
             0.33(sys.) MeV/c2, m(lambda(b)0) = 5619.7 +/- 1.2(stat.) +/-
             1.2(sys.) MeV/c2. m(B+) - m(B0) = -0.53 +/- 0.67(stat.) +/-
             0.14(sys.) MeV/c2, m(B(s)0) - m(B0) = 86.38 +/- 0.90(stat.)
             +/- 0.06(sys.) MeV/c2, m(lambda(b)0) - m(B0) = 339.2 +/-
             1.4(stat.) +/- 0.1(sys.) MeV/c2. The measurements of the
             B(s)0, lambda(b)0 mass, m(B(s)0) - m(B0) and m(lambda(b)0) -
             m(B0) mass difference are of better precision than the
             current world averages.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.202001},
   Key = {fds308096}
}

@article{fds308092,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben Haim and E et al.},
   Title = {Search for Z' --> e+ e- using dielectron mass and angular
             distribution.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {21},
   Pages = {211801},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.211801},
   Abstract = {We search for Z' bosons in dielectron events produced in pp
             collisions at square root of s = 1.96 TeV, using 0.45 fb(-1)
             of data accumulated with the Collider Detector at Fermilab
             II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. To identify the Z' -->
             e+ e- signal, both the dielectron invariant mass
             distribution and the angular distribution of the electron
             pair are used. No evidence of a signal is found, and 95%
             confidence level lower limits are set on the Z' mass for
             several models. Limits are also placed on the mass and gauge
             coupling of a generic Z', as well as on the
             contact-interaction mass scales for different helicity
             structure scenarios.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.211801},
   Key = {fds308092}
}

@article{fds308093,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Haim, EB et al.},
   Title = {Search for high-mass resonances decaying to emu in pp
             collisions at square root = 1.69 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {96},
   Number = {21},
   Pages = {211802},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.211802},
   Abstract = {We describe a general search for resonances decaying to a
             neutral emu final state in pp collisions at a center-of-mass
             energy of 1.96 TeV. Using a data sample representing 344
             pb(-1) of integrated luminosity recorded by the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab II experiment, we compare standard
             model predictions with the number of observed events for
             invariant masses between 50 and 800 GeV/c2. Finding no
             significant excess (5 events observed vs 7.7 +/- 0.8
             expected for M(emu) > 100 GeV/c2 ), we set limits on
             sneutrino and Z' masses as functions of lepton family number
             violating couplings.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.211802},
   Key = {fds308093}
}

@article{fds308091,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben Haim and E et al.},
   Title = {Search for new physics in lepton+photon+X events with 305
             pb(-1) of pp collisions at [square root of s] = 1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {97},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {031801},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {July},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.031801},
   Abstract = {We present results of a search for anomalous production of
             events containing a charged lepton (l, either e or mu) and a
             photon (gamma), both with high transverse momentum,
             accompanied by additional signatures X, including missing
             transverse energy (ET) and additional leptons and photons.
             We use the same selection criteria as in a previous CDF
             search but with a substantially larger data set, 305 pb(-1),
             a pp collision energy of 1.96 TeV, and the CDF II detector.
             We find 42 lgammaET events versus an expectation of
             37.3+/-5.4 events. We observe 31 llgamma+X events versus an
             expectation of 23.0+/-2.7 events. We find no events similar
             to the run I eegammagammaET event.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.031801},
   Key = {fds308091}
}

@article{fds308118,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, JF and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben Haim and E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman, J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP},
   Title = {Search for new physics in lepton+photon+X events with
             305pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {97},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {July},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.031801},
   Abstract = {We present results of a search for anomalous production of
             events containing a charged lepton (l, either e or μ) and a
             photon (γ), both with high transverse momentum, accompanied
             by additional signatures X, including missing transverse
             energy (ET) and additional leptons and photons. We use the
             same selection criteria as in a previous CDF search but with
             a substantially larger data set, 305 pb-1, a pp̄ collision
             energy of 1.96 TeV, and the CDF II detector. We find 42lγET
             events versus an expectation of 37.3±5.4 events. We observe
             31 γ+X events versus an expectation of 23.0±2.7 events. We
             find no events similar to the run eeγγET event. © 2006
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.031801},
   Key = {fds308118}
}

@article{fds308110,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D'Auria, S and D'onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro,
             P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers,
             J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo,
             LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciveres and M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski,
             D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes
             da Costa, J and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Insler, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo,
             KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel, M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen,
             AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li, K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca,
             G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin,
             M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina,
             A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr,
             B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa,
             T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Petruccelli, J and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov,
             A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott,
             AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F et al.},
   Title = {A search for ??tτνq
             in ??tt¯
             production},
   Journal = {Physics Letters B},
   Volume = {639},
   Number = {3-4},
   Pages = {172-178},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.physletb.2006.06.030},
   Abstract = {We present a search for t over(t, ̄) events with a tau
             lepton in the final state. The data sample corresponds to an
             integrated luminosity of 194 pb-1 collected with the CDF II
             detector from p over(p, ̄) collisions at a center of mass
             energy of 1.96 TeV. We observe two events with an expected
             signal of 1.0 ± 0.2 events and a background of 1.3 ± 0.3
             events. We determine a 95% confidence level upper limit on
             rτ, the ratio of the measured rate of t → τ ν q to the
             expectation, of 5.2. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights
             reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1016/j.physletb.2006.06.030},
   Key = {fds308110}
}

@article{fds308088,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben Haim and E et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the tt production cross section in pp
             collisions at square root of s = 1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {97},
   Number = {8},
   Pages = {082004},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.082004},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the top quark pair production
             cross section in pp collisions at square root of s = 1.96
             TeV using 318 pb(-1) of data collected with the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab. We select tt[over ] decays into the
             final states enu+jets and mu nu+ jets, in which at least one
             b quark from the t-quark decays is identified using a
             secondary vertex-finding algorithm. Assuming a top quark
             mass of 178 GeV/c2, we measure a cross section of 8.7 +/-
             0.9(stat)(-0.9)+1.1(syst) pb. We also report the first
             observation of tt[over ] with significance greater than
             5sigma in the subsample in which both b quarks are
             identified, corresponding to a cross section of
             10.1(-1.4)+1.6(stat)(-1.3)+2.0(syst) pb.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.082004},
   Key = {fds308088}
}

@article{fds308089,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben Haim and E et al.},
   Title = {Search for a neutral Higgs boson decaying to a W boson pair
             in pp collisions at square root of s = 1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {97},
   Number = {8},
   Pages = {081802},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.081802},
   Abstract = {We present the results of a search for standard model Higgs
             boson production with decay to WW*, identified through the
             leptonic final states e+ e- nu nu,+/-mu -/+nu nu and mu+ mu-
             nu nu. This search uses 360 pb -1 of data collected from pp
             collisions at square root of s =1.96 TeV by the upgraded
             Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF II). We observe no signal
             excess and set 95% confidence level upper limits on the
             production cross section times branching ratio for the Higgs
             boson to WW* or any new scalar particle with similar decay
             products. These upper limits range from 5.5 to 3.2 pb for
             Higgs boson masses between 120 and 200 GeV/c2.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.081802},
   Key = {fds308089}
}

@article{fds308112,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bishai, M and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Bloom, K and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Bourov, S and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Connolly, A and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cruz, A and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D’Auria, S and D’onofrio, M and Dagenhart,
             D and de Barbaro, P and Cecco, SD and Deisher, A and Lentdecker, GD and Dell’Orso, M and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno,
             M and Pedis, DD and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro,
             P and Dörr, C and Dominguez, A and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers,
             J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt,
             M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo,
             LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Fujii, Y and Furic, I and Gajjar, A and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Sciveres, MG and Garfinkel, AF and Gay,
             C and Gerberich, H and Gerchtein, E and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski,
             D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and da Costa,
             JG and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton,
             A and Han, B-Y and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Hayward, H and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Hennecke, M and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Ikado, K and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karagoz-Unel, M and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster,
             B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, MS and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirby, M and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute,
             M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Kordas, K and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev,
             A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kreymer, A and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe,
             Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecci, C and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Li,
             K and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Liu, Y and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maksimovic, P and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino,
             C and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama,
             T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McGivern, D and McIntyre, P and McNamara, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Miscetti, S and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Mulhearn, M and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman,
             R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Papikonomou, A and Paramonov,
             AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Pope, G and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Rinnert, K and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Ryan, D and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov,
             A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Salto, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott,
             AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Semeria, F and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the inclusive jet cross section in
             interactions at using a cone-based jet algorithm},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.74.071103},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the inclusive jet cross section
             in pp̄ interactions at s=1.96TeV using 385pb-1 of data
             collected with the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron.
             The results are obtained using an improved cone-based jet
             algorithm (Midpoint). The data cover the jet transverse
             momentum range from 61 to 620GeV/c, extending the reach by
             almost 150GeV/c compared with previous measurements at the
             Tevatron. The results are in good agreement with
             next-to-leading order perturbative QCD predictions using the
             CTEQ6.1M parton distribution functions. © 2006 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.74.071103},
   Key = {fds308112}
}

@article{fds308120,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben Haim and E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer,
             J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman, J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung,
             WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cresciolo, F and Cruz, A and Cuenca Almenar and C and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr,
             D and DaRonco, S and D’Auria, S and D’Onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell’Orso, M and Delli Paoli and F and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt,
             J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciveres and M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski,
             D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths,
             M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Group, RC and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr,
             RF and Harris, RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Heijboer,
             A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Herndon, M and Hidas, D and Hill,
             CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden,
             M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Incandela,
             J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon,
             EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart,
             R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim,
             HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee,
             SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister,
             A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti,
             M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta,
             A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles,
             J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt,
             J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman,
             J and Naganoma, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh,
             YD and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta,
             G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn,
             F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robertson, WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano,
             A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the production cross section in collisions at
             using events with jet probability -tagging},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.74.072006},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the tt̄ production cross
             section using events with one charged lepton and jets from
             pp̄ collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 1.96 TeV. A
             b-tagging algorithm based on the probability of displaced
             tracks coming from the event interaction vertex is applied
             to identify b quarks from top decay. Using 318pb-1 of data
             collected with the CDF II detector, we measure the tt̄
             production cross section in events with at least one
             restrictive (tight) b-tagged jet and obtain
             8.9-1.0+1.0(stat)-1.0+1.1(syst)pb. The cross section value
             assumes a top quark mass of mt=178GeV/c2 in the acceptance
             corrections. The dependence of the cross section on mt is
             presented in the paper. This result is consistent with other
             CDF measurements of the tt̄ cross section using different
             samples and analysis techniques, and has similar systematic
             uncertainties. We have also performed consistency checks by
             using the b-tagging probability function to vary the
             signal-to-background ratio and also using events that have
             at least two b-tagged jets. © 2006 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.74.072006},
   Key = {fds308120}
}

@article{fds308128,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carrillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa,
             M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Almenar, CC and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully,
             JC and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D’Auria, S and Davies, T and D’Onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell’Orso, M and Delli Paoli,
             F and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent,
             PF and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr,
             C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman,
             JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes,
             D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Gimmell,
             JL and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Group, RC and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da
             Costa, J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris,
             RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser,
             J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway,
             A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, AC and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami,
             S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee,
             SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean,
             R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez,
             PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse,
             E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prokoshin, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptochos,
             F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ranjan,
             N and Rappoccio, S and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin,
             R and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sánchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz,
             T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov,
             A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Sjolin, J et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the production cross section in collisions at
             in the all hadronic decay mode},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {74},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.74.072005},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the tt̄ production cross section
             using the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. The
             analysis is performed using 311pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV. The data consist of events selected with six or
             more hadronic jets with additional kinematic requirements.
             At least one of these jets must be identified as a b-quark
             jet by the reconstruction of a secondary vertex. The cross
             section is measured to be σtt̄=7. 5±2.1(stat.)-2.2+3.3(syst.)-0.4+0.5(lumi.)pb,
             which is consistent with the standard model prediction. ©
             2006 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.74.072005},
   Key = {fds308128}
}

@article{fds308087,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beachemin,
             P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell,
             M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron,
             S and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chapman,
             J and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Chu, PH and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cresciolo, F and Cruz, A and Cuenca
             Almenar, C and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D'Auria, S and D'onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De
             Cecco, S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell'Orso, M and Delli
             Paoli, F and Demers, S and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De
             Pedis, D and Derwent, PF and Dionisi, C and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo,
             T and Dube, S and Ebina, K and Efron, J and Ehlers, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez,
             JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Flores-Castillo, LR and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic,
             I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garcia Sciveres,
             M and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris,
             N and Giolo, K and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu,
             G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Gotra, Y and Goulianos,
             K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher,
             C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, SR and Hahn, K and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare,
             M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser,
             J and Hays, C and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Herndon,
             M and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway,
             A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo,
             KK and Jun, SY and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kang, J and Karchin, PE and Kato,
             Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kobayashi, H and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, A and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kuhlmann, SE and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons,
             L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Martin, A and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson,
             ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and von der Mey, M and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Miller, JS and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Miquel, R and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto,
             A and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla
             Fernandez, P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Naganoma, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Naumov, D and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Ogawa, T and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Okusawa,
             T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Paoletti, R and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker,
             J and Rahaman, A and Rakitin, A and Rappoccio, S and Ratnikov, F and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and van Remortel, N and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robertson,
             WJ and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Rott, C and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna,
             G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sanchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle,
             T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy,
             L and Sfiligoi, I and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for large extra dimensions in the production of jets
             and missing transverse energy in pp collisions at square
             root of s = 1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {97},
   Number = {17},
   Pages = {171802},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.97.171802},
   Abstract = {We present the results of a search for new physics in the
             jets plus missing transverse energy data sample collected
             from 368 pb(-1) of pp collisions at square root of s = 1.96
             TeV recorded by the Collider Detector at Fermilab. We
             compare the number of events observed in the data with a
             data-based estimate of the standard model backgrounds
             contributing to this signature. We observe no significant
             excess of events, and we interpret this null result in terms
             of lower limits on the fundamental Planck scale for a large
             extra dimensions scenario.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.97.171802},
   Key = {fds308087}
}

@article{fds308085,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben Haim and E et al.},
   Title = {Observation of B(s)0-->K+ K- and measurements of branching
             fractions of charmless two-body decays of B0 and B(s)0
             mesons in pp collisions at square root of s = 1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {97},
   Number = {21},
   Pages = {211802},
   Year = {2006},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.211802},
   Abstract = {We search for decays of the type B(s)0-->h+ h'- (where h,h'
             = K or pi) in 180 pb(-1) of pp collisions collected at the
             Tevatron by the upgraded Collider Detector at Fermilab. We
             report the first observation of the new mode B(s)0-->K+ K-
             with a yield of 236+/-32 events, corresponding to (fs/fd) x
             B(B(s)0-->K+ K-)/B(B0-->K+ pi-) = 0.46+/-0.08stat+/-0.07syst,
             where fs/fd is the ratio of production fractions of B(s)0
             and B0. We find results in agreement with world averages for
             the B0 modes, and set the following new limits at 90% C.L.:
             B(B(s)0-->K- pi+) < 5.6 x 10(-6) and B(B(s)0-->pi+ pi-) <
             1.7 x 10(-6).},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.211802},
   Key = {fds308085}
}

@article{fds308063,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the top-quark mass using missing ET+jets
             events with secondary vertex b-tagging at CDF
             II},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.111103},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the top-quark mass in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV which uses events with an inclusive
             signature of missing transverse energy and jets. The event
             selection is sensitive to tt̄→W+bW- b̄→lνbqq′b̄
             independent of the lepton flavor and results in a large
             acceptance for W→τν decays. All-hadronic tt̄ decays and
             events with identified electrons or muons are vetoed to
             provide a statistically independent sample with respect to
             all previous measurements. The top-quark mass is inferred
             from the distribution of the scalar sum of all jet
             transverse energies and the missing transverse energy. Using
             311pb-1 of integrated luminosity recorded by the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab, we measure a top-quark mass
             mt=172.3-9.6+10.8(stat)±10.8(syst)GeV/c2. While the
             uncertainty on mt is larger than that of other measurements,
             the result is statistically uncorrelated with those of other
             methods and thus can help to reduce the overall mt
             uncertainty when combined with other existing measurements.
             © 2007 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.111103},
   Key = {fds308063}
}

@article{fds308064,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Limits on anomalous triple gauge couplings in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {76},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.76.111103},
   Abstract = {We present a search for anomalous triple gauge couplings
             (ATGC) in WW and WZ boson production. The boson pairs are
             produced in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV, and the data
             sample corresponds to 350pb-1 of integrated luminosity
             collected with the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron.
             In this search one W decays to leptons, and the other boson
             (W or Z) decays hadronically. Combining with a previously
             published CDF measurement of Wγ boson production yields
             ATGC limits of -0.18&lt;λ&lt;0.17 and -0.46&lt;Δκ&lt;0.39
             at the 95% confidence level, using a cutoff scale Λ=1.5TeV.
             © 2007 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.76.111103},
   Key = {fds308064}
}

@article{fds308065,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Searches for direct pair production of supersymmetric top
             and supersymmetric bottom quarks in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {76},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.76.072010},
   Abstract = {We search for direct pair production of supersymmetric top
             quarks and supersymmetric bottom quarks in proton-antiproton
             collisions at s=1.96TeV, using 295pb-1 of data recorded by
             the Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF II) experiment. The
             supersymmetric top (supersymmetric bottom) quarks are
             selected by reconstructing their decay into a charm (bottom)
             quark and a neutralino, which is assumed to be the lightest
             supersymmetric particle. The signature of such processes is
             two energetic heavy-flavor jets and missing transverse
             energy. The number of events that pass our selection for
             each search process is consistent with the expected standard
             model background. By comparing our results to the
             theoretical production cross sections of the supersymmetric
             top and supersymmetric bottom quarks in the minimal
             supersymmetric standard model, we exclude, at a 95%
             confidence level in the frame of that model, a
             supersymmetric top quark mass up to 132GeV/c2 for a
             neutralino mass of 48GeV/c2, and a supersymmetric bottom
             quark mass up to 193GeV/c2 for a neutralino mass of
             40GeV/c2. © 2007 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.76.072010},
   Key = {fds308065}
}

@article{fds308066,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Observation of the heavy baryons Σb and
             Σb*},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {20},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.202001},
   Abstract = {We report an observation of new bottom baryons produced in
             pp̄ collisions at the Tevatron. Using 1.1fb-1 of data
             collected by the CDF II detector, we observe four Λb0π±
             resonances in the fully reconstructed decay mode
             Λb0→Λc+π-, where Λc+→pK-π+. We interpret these
             states as the Σb(*) ± baryons and measure the following
             masses: mΣb+=5807.8-2.2+2. 0(stat.)±1.7(syst.)MeV/c2,
             mΣb-=5815.2±1.0(stat.)±1. 7(syst.)MeV/c2, and
             m(Σb*)-m(Σb)=21.2-1.9+2.0(stat.)-0.3+0. 4(syst.)MeV/c2. ©
             2007 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.202001},
   Key = {fds308066}
}

@article{fds308067,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Search for new particles leading to Z+jets final states in
             pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {76},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.76.072006},
   Abstract = {We present the results of a search for new particles that
             lead to a Z boson plus jets in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV
             using the Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF II). A data
             sample with a luminosity of 1.06fb-1 collected using Z boson
             decays to ee and μμ is used. We describe a completely
             data-based method to predict the dominant background from
             standard model Z+jet events. This method can be similarly
             applied to other analyses requiring background predictions
             in multijet environments, as shown when validating the
             method by predicting the background from W+jets in tt̄
             production. No significant excess above the background
             prediction is observed, and a limit is set using a fourth
             generation quark model to quantify the acceptance. Assuming
             BR(b′→bZ)=100% and using a leading-order calculation of
             the b′ cross section, b′ quark masses below 268GeV/c2
             are excluded at 95% confidence level. © 2007 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.76.072006},
   Key = {fds308067}
}

@article{fds308068,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the pp̄→tt̄ production cross section and
             the top quark mass at s=1.96TeV in the all-hadronic decay
             mode},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {76},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.76.072009},
   Abstract = {We report the measurements of the tt̄ production cross
             section and of the top quark mass using 1.02fb-1 of pp̄
             data collected with the CDF II detector at the Fermilab
             Tevatron. We select events with six or more jets on which a
             number of kinematical requirements are imposed by means of a
             neural network algorithm. At least one of these jets must be
             identified as initiated by a b-quark candidate by the
             reconstruction of a secondary vertex. The cross section is
             measured to be σtt̄=8.3±1.0(stat)-1.5+2.0(syst)
             ±0.5(lumi)pb, which is consistent with the standard model
             prediction. The top quark mass of 174.0±2.2(stat)±4.8(syst)GeV/c2
             is derived from a likelihood fit incorporating reconstructed
             mass distributions representative of signal and background.
             © 2007 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.76.072009},
   Key = {fds308068}
}

@article{fds308069,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Acosta, D and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Bachacou, H and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Ben-Haim, E et al.},
   Title = {Measurements of inclusive W and Z cross sections in pp̄
             collisions at √s = 1.96 TeV},
   Journal = {Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle
             Physics},
   Volume = {34},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {2457-2544},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0954-3899/34/12/001},
   Abstract = {We report the first measurements of inclusive W and Z boson
             cross-sections times the corresponding leptonic branching
             ratios for collisions at TeV based on the decays of the W
             and Z bosons into electrons and muons. The data were
             recorded with the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron
             and correspond to an integrated luminosity of 72.0 ± 4.3
             pb-1. We test e-μ lepton universality in W decays by
             measuring the ratio of the W → μν to W → eν cross
             sections and determine a value of 0.991 ± 0.004(stat.) ±
             0.011(syst.) for the ratio of W - ℓ - ν couplings
             (gμ/ge). Since there is no sign of non-universality, we
             combine our cross-section measurements in the different
             lepton decay modes and obtain σw × Br (pp̄ → W →
             ℓv) = 2.749 ± 0.010(stat.) ± 0.053(syst.) ± 0.165
             (lum.) nb and σγ* × Br (pp̄ → γ*/Z → ℓℓ) =
             254.9 ± 3.3(stat.) ± 4.6(syst.) ± 15.2(lum.) pb for
             dilepton pairs in the mass range between 66 GeV/c2 and 116
             GeV/c2. We compute the ratio R of the W → ℓν to Z →
             ℓℓ cross sections taking all correlations among channels
             into account and obtain R = 10.84 ± 0.15(stat.) ±
             0.14(syst.) including a correction for the virtual photon
             exchange component in our measured γ*/Z → ℓℓ cross
             section. Based on the measured value of R, we extract values
             for the W leptonic branching ratio, Br(W → ℓν)= 0.1082
             ± 0.0022; the total width of the W boson, Γ(W)= 2092 ± 42
             MeV; and the ratio of W and Z boson total widths,
             Γ(W)/Γ(Z)= 0.838 ± 0.017. In addition, we use our
             extracted value of Γ(W) whose value depends on various
             electroweak parameters and certain CKM matrix elements to
             constrain the Vcs CKM matrix element, |Vcs| = 0.976 ±
             0.030. © 2007 IOP Publishing Ltd.},
   Doi = {10.1088/0954-3899/34/12/001},
   Key = {fds308069}
}

@article{fds308070,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the top quark mass in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV using the decay length technique},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.071102},
   Abstract = {We report the first measurement of the top quark mass using
             the decay length technique in pp̄ collisions at a
             center-of-mass energy of 1.96 TeV. This technique uses the
             measured flight distance of the b hadron to infer the mass
             of the top quark in lepton plus jets events with missing
             transverse energy. It relies solely on tracking and avoids
             the jet energy scale uncertainty that is common to all other
             methods used so far. We apply our novel method to a 695pb-1
             data sample recorded by the CDF II detector at Fermilab and
             extract a measurement of mt=180.7-13.4+15.5(stat.)±8.6(syst.)GeV/c2.
             While the uncertainty of this result is larger than that of
             other measurements, the dominant uncertainties in the decay
             length technique are uncorrelated with those in other
             methods. This result can help reduce the overall uncertainty
             when combined with other existing measurements of the top
             quark mass. © 2007 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.071102},
   Key = {fds308070}
}

@article{fds308071,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for exotic S=-2 baryons in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.032003},
   Abstract = {A search for a manifestly exotic S=-2 baryon state decaying
             to Ξ-π-, and its neutral partner decaying to Ξ-π+, has
             been performed using 220pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV
             collected by the Collider Detector at Fermilab. The Ξ-
             trajectories were measured in a silicon tracker before their
             decay, resulting in a sample with low background and
             excellent position resolution. No evidence was found for
             S=-2 pentaquark candidates in the invariant mass range of
             1600-2100MeV/c2. Upper limits on the product of pentaquark
             production cross section times its branching fraction to
             Ξ-π+,-, relative to the cross section of the
             well-established Ξ(1530) resonance, are presented for
             neutral and doubly negative candidates with pT&gt;2GeV/c and
             |y|&lt;1 as a function of pentaquark mass. At 1862MeV/c2,
             these upper limits for neutral and doubly negative final
             states were found to be 3.2% and 1.7% at the 90% confidence
             level, respectively. © 2007 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.032003},
   Key = {fds308071}
}

@article{fds308072,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Precision measurement of the top-quark mass from dilepton
             events at CDF II},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.031105},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the top-quark mass, Mt, in the
             dilepton decay channel of tt̄→b ′+ν ′b̄ -ν̄ using
             an integrated luminosity of 1.0fb-1 of pp̄ collisions
             collected with the CDF II detector. We apply a method that
             convolutes a leading-order matrix element with detector
             resolution functions to form event-by-event likelihoods; we
             have enhanced the leading-order description to describe the
             effects of initial-state radiation. The joint likelihood is
             the product of the likelihoods from 78 candidate events in
             this sample, which yields a measurement of
             Mt=164.5±3.9(stat.)±3.9(syst.)GeV/c2, the most precise
             measurement of Mt in the dilepton channel. © 2007 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.031105},
   Key = {fds308072}
}

@article{fds308073,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of σ(pp̄→Z)•B(Z→ττ) in pp̄ collisions
             at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.092004},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the inclusive production cross
             section for Z bosons decaying to tau leptons in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV. We use a channel with one
             hadronically-decaying and one electronically-decaying tau.
             This measurement is based on 350pb-1 of CDF Run II data.
             Using a sample of 504 opposite sign eτ events with a total
             expected background of 190 events, we obtain
             σ(pp̄→4Z)•B(Z→ττ)=264±23(stat)
             ±14(syst)±15(lumi)pb, in agreement with the
             next-to-next-to- leading order QCD prediction. This is the
             first CDF cross section measurement using
             hadronically-decaying taus in Run II. © 2007 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.092004},
   Key = {fds308073}
}

@article{fds308074,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of σχc2B(χc2→J/ψγ)/ σχc1B(χc1→J/ψγ)
             in pp̄ Collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {23},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.232001},
   Abstract = {We measure the ratio of cross section times branching
             fraction, Rp=σχc2B(χc2→J/ψγ)/σχc1B(χc1→J/ ψγ),
             in 1.1fb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV. This measurement
             covers the kinematic range pT(J/ψ)&gt;4.0GeV/c,
             η(J/ψ)&lt;1.0, and pT(γ)&gt;1.0GeV/c. For events due to
             prompt processes, we find Rp=0.395±0.016(stat)±0.015(syst).
             This result represents a significant improvement in
             precision over previous measurements of prompt χc1,2 hadro
             production. © 2007 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.232001},
   Key = {fds308074}
}

@article{fds308075,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the inclusive jet cross section using the kT
             algorithm in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV with the CDF II
             detector},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.092006},
   Abstract = {We report on measurements of the inclusive jet production
             cross section as a function of the jet transverse momentum
             in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV, using the kT algorithm and
             a data sample corresponding to 1.0fb-1 collected with the
             Collider Detector at Fermilab in run II. The measurements
             are carried out in five different jet rapidity regions with
             |yjet|&lt;2.1 and transverse momentum in the range
             54&lt;pTjet&lt;700GeV/c. Next-to-leading order perturbative
             QCD predictions are in good agreement with the measured
             cross sections. © 2007 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.092006},
   Key = {fds308075}
}

@article{fds308076,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Erratum: Measurement of the inclusive jet cross section
             using the kT algorithm in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV with
             the CDF II detector (Physical Review D - Particles, Fields,
             Gravitation and Cosmology (2007) 75, (092006))},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.119901},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.119901},
   Key = {fds308076}
}

@article{fds308083,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T et al.},
   Title = {Polarizations of J/ψ and ψ(2S) mesons produced in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {13},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.132001},
   Abstract = {We have measured the polarizations of J/ψ and ψ(2S) mesons
             as functions of their transverse momentum pT when they are
             produced promptly in the rapidity range |y|&lt;0.6 with pT
             5GeV/c. The analysis is performed using a data sample with
             an integrated luminosity of about 800pb-1 collected by the
             CDF II detector. For both vector mesons, we find that the
             polarizations become increasingly longitudinal as pT
             increases from 5 to 30GeV/c. These results are compared to
             the predictions of nonrelativistic quantum chromodynamics
             and other contemporary models. The effective polarizations
             of J/ψ and ψ(2S) mesons from B-hadron decays are also
             reported. © 2007 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.132001},
   Key = {fds308083}
}

@article{fds310117,
   Author = {Baranovski, A and Benjamin, D and Cooper, G and Farrington, S and Genser, K and Hou, S and Hsieh, T and Kotwal, A and Lipeles, E and Murat,
             P and Norman, M and Robson, A and Sfiligoi, I and Snider, R and Stelzer, B and Syu, J and Timm, S and Vataga, E and Wolbers, S and Zhang,
             D},
   Title = {CDF II Production Farm Project},
   Journal = {Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section
             A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated
             Equipment},
   Volume = {572},
   Number = {1 SPEC. ISS.},
   Pages = {399-401},
   Year = {2007},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2006.11.048},
   Abstract = {We describe the architecture and discuss our operational
             experience in running the off-line reconstruction farm of
             the CDFII experiment. The Linux PC-based farm performs a
             wide set of tasks, ranging from producing calibrations and
             primary event reconstruction to large scale ntuple
             production. The farm control software uses a standard Condor
             toolkit [The Condor project page, 〈http://www.cs.wisc.edu/condor〉]
             and the data handling part is based on SAM (Sequential
             Access via Metadata [Sequential data Access via Meta-data
             〈http://d0db.fnal.gov/sam/〉]) software. During its
             lifetime, the CDFII experiment will integrate a large amount
             of data (several petabytes) and the data processing chain is
             one of the key components of the successful physics program
             of the experiment. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights
             reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1016/j.nima.2006.11.048},
   Key = {fds310117}
}

@article{fds308079,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Almenar, CC and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and Datta, M and D’Auria, S and Davies, T and D’Onofrio,
             M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De
             Lentdecker, G and Dell’Orso, M and Paoli, FD and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Di Giovanni,
             GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr,
             C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman,
             JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes,
             D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Gimmell,
             JL and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Group, RC and Grundler, U and da
             Costa, JG and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris,
             RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser,
             J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway,
             A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, AC and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami,
             S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee,
             SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean,
             R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez,
             PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta,
             G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn,
             F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ranjan, N and Rappoccio, S and Reisert,
             B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi,
             F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna,
             G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sánchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar,
             S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano,
             A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the production cross section in collisions
             at},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.012010},
   Abstract = {We present a new measurement of the B+ meson differential
             cross section dσ/dpT at s=1960GeV. The data correspond to
             an integrated luminosity of 739pb-1 collected with the
             upgraded CDF detector (CDF II) at the Fermilab Tevatron
             collider. B+ candidates are reconstructed through the decay
             B+→J/ψK+, with J/ψ→μ+μ-. The integrated cross
             section for producing B+ mesons with pT≥6GeV/c and |y|≤1
             is measured to be 2.78±0.24μb. © 2007 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.012010},
   Key = {fds308079}
}

@article{fds308081,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, JF and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I},
   Title = {Measurement of the ratios of branching fractions B(Bs0→Ds-
             π+π+π-)/B(B0→D-π+π+π-) and B(Bs0→Ds-π+)/
             B(B0→D-π+)},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {6},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.061802},
   Abstract = {Using 355pb-1 of data collected by the CDF II detector in
             pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV at the Fermilab Tevatron, we
             study the fully reconstructed hadronic decays
             B(s)0→D(s)-π+ and B(s)0→D(s)- π+π+π-. We present the
             first measurement of the ratio of branching fractions
             B(Bs0→Ds-π+π+π-)/B(B0→D-π+π+π-)=1.
             05±0.10(stat)±0.22(syst). We also update our measurement
             of B(Bs0→Ds-π+)/B(B0→D-π+) to 1.13±0.08(stat)±0.
             23(syst), improving the statistical uncertainty by more than
             a factor of 2. We find B(Bs0→Ds-π+)=[3.8±0.3(stat)±1.3(syst)]×10-3
             and B(Bs0→Ds-π+π+π-)=[8.4±0.8(stat)±3.2(syst)]
             ×10-3. © 2007 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.061802},
   Key = {fds308081}
}

@article{fds308062,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for V+A current in top-quark decays in pp collisions
             at sqrts=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {072001},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.072001},
   Abstract = {We report an upper limit on the fraction of V+A current,
             fV+A, in top-quark decays, using approximately 700 pb-1 of
             pp[over ] collisions at sqrts=1.96 TeV acquired by the
             upgraded Collider Detector at Fermilab. For the decay
             t-->Wb-->lnub (where l=e or micro), the invariant mass of
             the charged lepton and the bottom quark jet is sensitive to
             the polarization of the W boson. We determine
             fV+A=-0.06+/-0.25 given a top-quark mass of 175 GeV/c2. We
             set an upper limit on fV+A of 0.29 at the 95% confidence
             level, an improvement by a factor of 2 on the previous best
             direct limit.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.072001},
   Key = {fds308062}
}

@article{fds140618,
   Author = {Ashutosh V. Kotwal and A. Abulencia et al. [CDF
             Collaboration]},
   Title = {Precision measurement of the top-quark mass from dilepton
             events at CDF II},
   Journal = {Physical Review D (Rapid Communication)},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {031105},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v75/e031105},
   Keywords = {top • mass},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the top-quark mass, Mt, in the
             dilepton decay channel of t tbar-->b l nu + b l nu using an
             integrated luminosity of 1.0/fb of p-pbar collisions
             collected with the CDF II detector. We apply a method that
             convolutes a leading-order matrix element with detector
             resolution functions to form event-by-event likelihoods; we
             have enhanced the leading-order description to describe the
             effects of initial-state radiation. The joint likelihood is
             the product of the likelihoods from 78 candidate events in
             this sample, which yields a measurement of Mt = 164.5 +-
             3.9(stat.) +- 3.9(syst.) GeV/c^2, the most precise
             measurement of Mt in the dilepton channel.},
   Key = {fds140618}
}

@article{fds308077,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Chwalek, T and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Almenar, CC and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully,
             JC and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and Datta, M and D’Auria, S and Davies, T and D’Onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and Cecco, SD and Deisher, A and Lentdecker, GD and Dell’Orso, M and Paoli, FD and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and Pedis, DD and Derwent, PF and Giovanni, GPD and Dionisi, C and Ruzza, BD and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro,
             P and Dörr, C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Erdmann, M and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez,
             JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster,
             GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay,
             C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson,
             A and Gibson, K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele,
             A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Group, RC and Grundler, U and da Costa, JG and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn,
             K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr,
             RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela,
             J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon,
             EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart,
             R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim,
             HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, AC and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone,
             S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys,
             J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty,
             R and Mehta, A and Mehtala, P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel,
             P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles,
             J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher,
             G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone,
             C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra,
             J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot,
             J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman,
             A and Ranjan, N and Rappoccio, S and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton,
             P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robson,
             A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sánchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz,
             T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov,
             A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the helicity fractions of W bosons from top
             quark decays using fully reconstructed events with CDF
             II},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.052001},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the fractions F0 and F+ of
             longitudinally polarized and right-handed W bosons in
             top-quark decays using data collected with the CDF II
             detector. The data set used in the analysis corresponds to
             an integrated luminosity of approximately 318pb-1. We select
             tt̄ candidate events with one lepton, at least four jets,
             and missing transverse energy. Our helicity measurement uses
             the decay angle θ*, which is defined as the angle between
             the momentum of the charged lepton in the W boson rest frame
             and the W momentum in the top-quark rest frame. The cos θ*
             distribution in the data is determined by full kinematic
             reconstruction of the tt̄ candidates. We find
             F0=0.85-0.22+0.15(stat)±0.06(syst) and F+=0.05-0.05+0.11(stat)±0.03(syst),
             which is consistent with the standard model prediction. We
             set an upper limit on the fraction of right-handed W bosons
             of F+&lt;0.26 at the 95% confidence level. © 2007 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.052001},
   Key = {fds308077}
}

@article{fds308082,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carrillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casarsa,
             M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Almenar, CC and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully,
             JC and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D’Auria, S and Davies, T and D’Onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and Dell’Orso, M and Delli Paoli,
             F and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent,
             PF and Di Giovanni and GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini,
             J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin,
             M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia,
             JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski,
             D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Group, RC and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr,
             RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela,
             J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon,
             EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart,
             R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim,
             HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, AC and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Labarga, L and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons,
             L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala, P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nahn, S and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse,
             E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prokoshin, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptochos,
             F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ranjan,
             N and Rappoccio, S and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin,
             R and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sánchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz,
             T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov,
             A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the Lifetime in in Collisions
             at},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {12},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.122001},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the Λb0 lifetime in the
             exclusive decay Λb0→J/ψΛ0 in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV using an integrated luminosity of 1.0fb-1 of data
             collected by the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron.
             Using fully reconstructed decays, we measure
             τ(Λb0)=1.593-0.078+0.083(stat)±0.033(syst)ps. This is the
             single most precise measurement of τ(Λb0) and is 3.2σ
             higher than the current world average. © 2007 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.122001},
   Key = {fds308082}
}

@article{fds308061,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Observation of exclusive electron-positron production in
             hadron-hadron collisions.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {11},
   Pages = {112001},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.112001},
   Abstract = {We present the first observation of exclusive e(+)e(-)
             production in hadron-hadron collisions, using pp[over]
             collision data at (square root) s = 1.96 TeV taken by the
             run II Collider Detector at Fermilab, and corresponding to
             an integrated luminosity of 532 pb(-1). We require the
             absence of any particle signatures in the detector except
             for an electron and a positron candidate, each with
             transverse energy E(T) > 5 GeV and pseudorapidity |eta| < 2.
             With these criteria, 16 events are observed compared to a
             background expectation of 1.9+/-0.3 events. These events are
             consistent in cross section and properties with the QED
             process pp[over] --> p + e(+)e(-) + p[over] through
             two-photon exchange. The measured cross section is
             1.6(-0.3)(+0.5)(stat) +/- 0.3(syst) pb. This agrees with the
             theoretical prediction of 1.71+/-0.01 pb.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.112001},
   Key = {fds308061}
}

@article{fds308080,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Cuenca Almenar and C and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Cyr,
             D and DaRonco, S and D'Auria, S and Davies, T and D'Onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De
             Lentdecker, G and Dell'Orso, M and Delli Paoli and F and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Di Giovanni,
             GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr,
             C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman,
             JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes,
             D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Gimmell,
             JL and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Group, RC and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da
             Costa, J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris,
             RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser,
             J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway,
             A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, AC and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami,
             S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Le, Y and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee,
             YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister,
             A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti,
             M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean,
             R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla
             Fernandez, P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse,
             E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos,
             F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ranjan,
             N and Rappoccio, S and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin,
             R and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sánchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz,
             T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov,
             A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Sjolin, J et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of sigma Lambda b0/sigma B0 x B(Lambda
             b0-->Lambda c+pi-)/B(B0-->D+pi-) in pp collisions at square
             root s=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {122002},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.98.122002},
   Abstract = {We present the first observation of the baryon decay Lambda
             b0-->Lambda c+pi- followed by Lambda c+-->pK-pi+ in 106 pb-1
             pp collisions at square root s=1.96 TeV in the CDF
             experiment. In order to reduce systematic error, the
             measured rate for Lambda b0 decay is normalized to the
             kinematically similar meson decay B0-->D+pi- followed by
             D+-->pi+K-pi+. We report the ratio of production cross
             sections (sigma) times the ratio of branching fractions (B)
             for the momentum region integrated above pT>6 GeV/c and
             pseudorapidity range |eta|<1.3: sigma(pp-->Lambda
             b0X)/sigma(pp-->B0X)xB(Lambda b0-->Lambda
             c+pi-)/B(B0-->D+pi-)=0.82+/-0.08(stat)+/-0.11(syst)+/-0.22[B(Lambda
             c+-->pK-pi+)].},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.98.122002},
   Key = {fds308080}
}

@article{fds308060,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Cuenca Almenar and C and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Cyr,
             D and Daronco, S and Datta, M and D'Auria, S and Davies, T and D'Onofrio,
             M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De
             Lentdecker, G and Dell'Orso, M and Delli Paoli and F and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Di Giovanni,
             GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr,
             C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman,
             JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes,
             D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Gimmell,
             JL and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da
             Costa, J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris,
             RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser,
             J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway,
             A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, AC and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami,
             S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee,
             SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean,
             R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla
             Fernandez, P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse,
             E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos,
             F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ranjan,
             N and Rappoccio, S and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin,
             R and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sánchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz,
             T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov,
             A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Sjolin, J et al.},
   Title = {Analysis of the quantum numbers J(PC) of the X(3872)
             particle.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {13},
   Pages = {132002},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.98.132002},
   Abstract = {We present an analysis of angular distributions and
             correlations of the X(3872) particle in the exclusive decay
             mode X(3872)-->J/psipi+ pi- with J/psi-->mu+ mu-. We use 780
             pb-1 of data from pp[over ] collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV
             collected with the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron.
             We derive constraints on spin, parity, and charge
             conjugation parity of the X(3872) particle by comparing
             measured angular distributions of the decay products with
             predictions for different J(PC) hypotheses. The assignments
             J(PC)=1++ and 2-+ are the only ones consistent with the
             data.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.98.132002},
   Key = {fds308060}
}

@article{fds308059,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Cuenca Almenar and C and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Cyr,
             D and DaRonco, S and Datta, M and D'Auria, S and Davies, T and D'Onofrio,
             M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De
             Lentdecker, G and Dell'Orso, M and Delli Paoli and F and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Di Giovanni,
             GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr,
             C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman,
             JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes,
             D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Gimmell,
             JL and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da
             Costa, J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris,
             RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser,
             J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway,
             A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, AC and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami,
             S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee,
             SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean,
             R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla
             Fernandez, P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse,
             E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos,
             F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ranjan,
             N and Rappoccio, S and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin,
             R and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sánchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz,
             T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov,
             A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Sjolin, J et al.},
   Title = {Search for anomalous production of multilepton events in pp
             collisions at sqrt s=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {13},
   Pages = {131804},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.98.131804},
   Abstract = {We report a search for the anomalous production of events
             with multiple charged leptons in pp[over] collisions at
             sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV using a data sample corresponding to an
             integrated luminosity of 346 pb(-1) collected by the CDF II
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. The search is divided
             into three-lepton and four-or-more-lepton data samples. We
             observe six events in the three-lepton sample and zero
             events in the > or =4-lepton sample. Both numbers of events
             are consistent with standard model background expectations.
             Within the framework of an R-parity-violating supergravity
             model, the results are interpreted as mass limits on the
             lightest neutralino (chi[over](1)(0)) and chargino
             (chi[over](1+/-) particles. For one particular choice of
             model parameters, the limits are M(chi[over](1)(0)>110
             GeV/c2 and M(chi[over](1+/-)>203 GeV/c2 at 95% confidence
             level; the variation of these mass limits with model
             parameters is presented.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.98.131804},
   Key = {fds308059}
}

@article{fds308058,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Almenar, CC and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Cyr, D and Daronco, S and Datta, M and D'Auria, S and Davies, T and D'Onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De
             Lentdecker, G and Dell'orso, M and Delli Paoli and F and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Di Giovanni,
             GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and Dituro, P and Dörr,
             C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman,
             JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes,
             D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Gimmell,
             JL and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and da Costa, JG and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis,
             E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo,
             KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute,
             M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, AC and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin,
             C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons,
             L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala, P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PM and Mülmenstädt,
             J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman,
             J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone,
             C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra,
             J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot,
             J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman,
             A and Ranjan, N and Rappoccio, S and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton,
             P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robson,
             A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sánchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz,
             T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov,
             A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the top-quark mass in all-hadronic decays in
             pp collisions at CDF II.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {14},
   Pages = {142001},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.98.142001},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the top-quark mass Mtop in the
             all-hadronic decay channel tt-->W+bW-b-->q1q2bq3q4b. The
             analysis is performed using 310 pb-1 of sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV
             pp[over ] collisions collected with the CDF II detector
             using a multijet trigger. The mass measurement is based on
             an event-by-event likelihood which depends on both the
             sample purity and the value of the top-quark mass, using 90
             possible jet-to-parton assignments in the six-jet final
             state. The joint likelihood of 290 selected events yields a
             value of Mtop=177.1+/-4.9(stat)+/-4.7(syst)
             GeV/c2.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.98.142001},
   Key = {fds308058}
}

@article{fds308057,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Observation of WZ production.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {16},
   Pages = {161801},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.161801},
   Abstract = {We report the first observation of the associated production
             of a W boson and a Z boson. This result is based on 1.1
             fb;-1 of integrated luminosity from pp collisions at
             sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV collected with the CDF II detector at the
             Fermilab Tevatron. We observe 16 WZ candidates passing our
             event selection with an expected background of 2.7+/-0.4
             events. A fit to the missing transverse energy distribution
             indicates an excess of events compared to the background
             expectation corresponding to a significance equivalent to 6
             standard deviations. The measured cross section is
             sigma(pp-->WZ)=5.0(-1.6)(+1.8) pb, consistent with the
             standard model expectation.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.161801},
   Key = {fds308057}
}

@article{fds308078,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld,
             B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Budroni, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Casarsa, M and Castro,
             A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciljak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Almenar, CC and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Cyr, D and DaRonco, S and D’Auria, S and Davies, T and D’Onofrio, M and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and Cecco, SD and Deisher, A and Lentdecker, GD and Dell’Orso, M and Paoli, FD and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and Pedis, DD and Derwent, PF and Giovanni, GPD and Dionisi, C and Ruzza, BD and Dittmann, JR and DiTuro, P and Dörr, C and Donati, S and Donega, M and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube,
             S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Foland, A and Forrester, S and Foster, GW and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic,
             I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garcia, JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, A and Gibson, K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg,
             C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Griffiths, M and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Group, RC and Grundler, U and da Costa, JG and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis,
             E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ishizawa, Y and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jensen, H and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Jones, M and Joo,
             KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute,
             M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kovalev, A and Kraan, AC and Kraus, J and Kravchenko, I and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin,
             C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Loverre, P and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Manca, G and Margaroli, F and Marginean,
             R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez,
             PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Nachtman, J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nigmanov, T and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta,
             G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn,
             F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ranjan, N and Rappoccio, S and Reisert,
             B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi,
             F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Sabik, S and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna,
             G and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Sánchez, C and Santi, L and Sarkar,
             S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano,
             A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Sjolin, J
             et al.},
   Title = {Search for boson decaying to electron-neutrino pairs in
             collisions at},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {75},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.75.091101},
   Abstract = {We present the results of a search for W′ boson decaying
             to electron-neutrino pairs in pp̄ collisions at a
             center-of-mass energy of 1.96 TeV, using a data sample
             corresponding to 205pb-1 of integrated luminosity collected
             by the CDF II detector at Fermilab. We observe no evidence
             for this decay mode and set limits on the production cross
             section times branching fraction, assuming the neutrinos
             from W′ boson decays to be light. If we assume the
             manifest left-right symmetric model, we exclude a W′ boson
             with mass less than 788GeV/c2 at the 95% confidence level.
             © 2007 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.75.091101},
   Key = {fds308078}
}

@article{fds308056,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Inclusive search for new physics with like-sign dilepton
             events in pp collisions at square root of s =1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {22},
   Pages = {221803},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.221803},
   Abstract = {We describe a search for anomalous production of events with
             two leptons (e or mu) of the same electric charge in pp[over
             ] collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 1.96 TeV. Many
             extensions to the standard model predict the production of
             two leptons of the same electric charge. This search has a
             significant increase in sensitivity compared to earlier
             searches. Using a data sample corresponding to 1 fb(-1) of
             integrated luminosity recorded by the CDF II detector, we
             observe no significant excess in an inclusive selection
             (expect 33.2+/-4.7 events, observe 44) or in a
             supersymmetry-optimized selection (expect 7.8+/-1.1 events,
             observe 13.).},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.221803},
   Key = {fds308056}
}

@article{fds308055,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T et al.},
   Title = {First measurement of the ratio of central-electron to
             forward-electron W partial cross sections in pp[over]
             collisions at (square root)s =1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {98},
   Number = {25},
   Pages = {251801},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {June},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.251801},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of sigma(pp[over] --> W) x B(W -->
             e nu) at (square root)s = 1.96 TeV, using electrons
             identified in the forward region (1.2 < |eta| < 2.8) of the
             CDF II detector, in 223 pb(-1) of data. We measure sigma x B
             = 2796 +/- 13(stat)(-90)(+95)(syst) +/- 162(lum) pb.
             Combining this result with a previous CDF measurement
             obtained using electrons in the central region (|eta|
             approximately < 1), we present the first measurement of the
             ratio of central-electron to forward-electron W partial
             cross sections R(exp) = 0.925 +/- 0.006(stat) +/-
             0.032(syst), consistent with theoretical predictions using
             Coordinated Theoretical-Experimental Project on QCD (CTEQ)
             and Martin-Roberts-Stirling-Thorne (MRST) parton
             distribution functions.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.251801},
   Key = {fds308055}
}

@article{fds313577,
   Author = {Belloni, A},
   Title = {Observation of – Oscillations},
   Journal = {Nuclear Physics B Proceedings Supplements},
   Volume = {170},
   Pages = {129-134},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {August},
   ISSN = {0920-5632},
   url = {http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcApp=PARTNER_APP&SrcAuth=LinksAMR&KeyUT=WOS:000248852600021&DestLinkType=FullRecord&DestApp=ALL_WOS&UsrCustomerID=47d3190e77e5a3a53558812f597b0b92},
   Doi = {10.1016/j.nuclphysbps.2007.05.041},
   Key = {fds313577}
}

@article{fds308054,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Observation and mass measurement of the baryon
             Xib-.},
   Journal = {Phys Rev Lett},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {5},
   Pages = {052002},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.052002},
   Abstract = {We report the observation and measurement of the mass of the
             bottom, strange baryon Xi(b)- through the decay chain Xi(b)-
             -->J/psiXi-, where J/psi-->mu+mu-, Xi- -->Lambdapi-, and
             Lambda-->ppi-. A signal is observed whose probability of
             arising from a background fluctuation is 6.6 x 10(-15), or
             7.7 Gaussian standard deviations. The Xi(b)- mass is
             measured to be 5792.9+/-2.5(stat) +/- 1.7(syst)
             MeV/c2.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.052002},
   Key = {fds308054}
}

@article{fds308053,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T et al.},
   Title = {Search for heavy long-lived particles that decay to photons
             at CDF II.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {121801},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {September},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.121801},
   Abstract = {We present the first search for heavy, long-lived particles
             that decay to photons at a hadron collider. We use a sample
             of gamma + jet + missing transverse energy events in
             pp[over] collisions at square root[s] = 1.96 TeV taken with
             the CDF II detector. Candidate events are selected based on
             the arrival time of the photon at the detector. Using an
             integrated luminosity of 570 pb(-1) of collision data, we
             observe 2 events, consistent with the background estimate of
             1.3+/-0.7 events. While our search strategy does not rely on
             model-specific dynamics, we set cross section limits in a
             supersymmetric model with [Formula: see text] and place the
             world-best 95% C.L. lower limit on the [Formula: see text]
             mass of 101 GeV/c(2) at [Formula: see text].},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.121801},
   Key = {fds308053}
}

@article{fds308052,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori,
             L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Buzatu, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carrillo, S and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carron, S and Casal,
             B and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen,
             YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, I and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Cilijak, M and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Coca, M and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Almenar, CC and Cuevas,
             J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Daronco, S and Datta, M and D'Auria,
             S and Davies, T and Dagenhart, D and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and De Lorenzo and G and Dell'orso, M and Delli Paoli and F and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis,
             D and Derwent, PF and Di Giovanni and GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and D'Onofrio, M and Dörr, C and Donati, S and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, I and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez,
             JP and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Forrest, R and Forrester, S and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt,
             J and Garcia, JE and Garberson, F and Garfinkel, AF and Gay, C and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg, C and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski,
             D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Goldstein, J and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Grinstein,
             S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and da Costa, JG and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis,
             E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, D and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Heck, M and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Holloway, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela,
             J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jang, D and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Johnson, W and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kemp, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel,
             U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kraan, AC and Kraus,
             J and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kulkarni, NP and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin,
             C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons,
             L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and Macqueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Malik, S and Manca, G and Manousakis, A and Margaroli, F and Marginean, R and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Martínez-Ballarín, R and Maruyama,
             T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Matsunaga, H and Mattson, ME and Mazini, R and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty,
             R and Mehta, A and Mehtala, P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel,
             P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles,
             J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher,
             G and Miyamoto, A and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Mohr, B and Moon, CS and Moore,
             R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee,
             A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Mussini, M and Nachtman, J and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakamura, K and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nodulman, L and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagliarone,
             C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Papaikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta,
             G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn,
             F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ramakrishnan, V and Ranjan, N and Redondo, I and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Roy, P and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle,
             T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy,
             L and Sfyrla, A and Shalhout, SZ and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard,
             PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y et
             al.},
   Title = {First measurement of the W-boson mass in run II of the
             Tevatron.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {15},
   Pages = {151801},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v99/e151801},
   Keywords = {W • boson • mass},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the W-boson mass using 200
             pb{-1} of data collected in pp[over ] collisions at
             sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV by the CDF II detector at run II of the
             Fermilab Tevatron. With a sample of 63 964 W-->enu
             candidates and 51 128 W-->munu candidates, we measure
             M_{W}=80 413+/-34{stat}+/-34{syst}=80,413+/-48 MeV/c;{2}.
             This is the most precise single measurement of the W-boson
             mass to date.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.99.151801},
   Key = {fds308052}
}

@article{fds308050,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Search for new physics in high-mass electron-positron events
             in pp[over] collisions at square root s = 1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {17},
   Pages = {171802},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.171802},
   Abstract = {We report the results of a search for a narrow resonance in
             electron-positron events in the invariant mass range of
             150-950 GeV/c(2) using 1.3 fb(-1) of pp[over] collision data
             at square root s = 1.96 TeV collected by the CDF II detector
             at Fermilab. No significant evidence of such a resonance is
             observed and we interpret the results to exclude the
             standard-model-like Z' with a mass below 923 GeV/c(2) and
             the Randall-Sundrum graviton with a mass below 807 GeV/c(2)
             for k/M[over](pl) = 0.1, both at the 95% confidence level.
             Combining with diphoton data excludes the Randall-Sundrum
             graviton for masses below 889 GeV/c(2) for k/M[over](pl) =
             0.1.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.171802},
   Key = {fds308050}
}

@article{fds308051,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Search for high-mass diphoton states and limits on
             Randall-Sundrum gravitons at CDF.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {17},
   Pages = {171801},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.171801},
   Abstract = {We have performed a search for new particles which decay to
             two photons using 1.2 fb(-1) of integrated luminosity from
             pp[over] collisions at square root s = 1.96 TeV collected
             using the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. We find
             the diphoton mass spectrum to be in agreement with the
             standard model expectation, and set limits on the cross
             section times branching ratio for the Randall-Sundrum
             graviton, as a function of diphoton mass. We subsequently
             derive lower limits for the graviton mass of 230 GeV/c(2)
             and 850 GeV/c(2), at the 95% confidence level, for coupling
             parameters (k/M[over](Pl)) of 0.01 and 0.1,
             respectively.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.171801},
   Key = {fds308051}
}

@article{fds308049,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Precise measurement of the top-quark mass in the lepton+jets
             topology at CDF II.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {18},
   Pages = {182002},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.182002},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the mass of the top quark from
             proton-antiproton collisions recorded at the CDF experiment
             in Run II of the Fermilab Tevatron. We analyze events from
             the single lepton plus jets final state (tt-->W(+)bW(-)b-->lnubqq'b).
             The top-quark mass is extracted using a direct calculation
             of the probability density that each event corresponds to
             the tt final state. The probability is a function of both
             the mass of the top quark and the energy scale of the
             calorimeter jets, which is constrained in situ by the
             hadronic W boson mass. Using 167 events observed in 955
             pb(-1) of integrated luminosity, we achieve the single most
             precise measurement of the top-quark mass,
             170.8+/-2.2(stat.)+/-1.4(syst.) GeV/c(2).},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.182002},
   Key = {fds308049}
}

@article{fds308048,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Search for chargino-neutralino production in pp collisions
             at sq rt[s] = 1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {19},
   Pages = {191806},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.191806},
   Abstract = {We present a search for associated production of the
             chargino and neutralino supersymmetric particles using up to
             1.1 fb{-1} of integrated luminosity collected by the CDF II
             experiment at the Tevatron pp collider at sq rt[s]=1.96 TeV.
             We analyze events with a large transverse momentum imbalance
             and either three charged leptons or two charged leptons of
             the same electric charge. The numbers of observed events are
             consistent with standard model expectations. Upper limits on
             the production cross section are derived in different
             theoretical models.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.191806},
   Key = {fds308048}
}

@article{fds308047,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Search for exclusive gammagamma production in Hadron-Hadron
             collisions.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {99},
   Number = {24},
   Pages = {242002},
   Year = {2007},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.242002},
   Abstract = {We have searched for exclusive gammagamma production in
             proton-antiproton collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV, using 532
             pb(-1) of integrated luminosity taken by the run II Collider
             Detector at Fermilab. The event signature requires two
             electromagnetic showers, each with transverse energy E(T)>5
             GeV and pseudorapidity |eta|<1.0, with no other particles
             detected in the event. Three candidate events are observed.
             We discuss the consistency of the three events with
             gammagamma, pi(0)pi(0), or eta eta production. The
             probability that other processes fluctuate to >or=3 events
             is 1.7x10(-4). An upper limit on the cross section of pp-->p
             + gammagamma + p production is set at 410 fb with 95%
             confidence level.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.99.242002},
   Key = {fds308047}
}

@article{fds308025,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et al.},
   Title = {Search for third generation vector leptoquarks in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.091105},
   Abstract = {We search for a third generation vector leptoquark (VLQ3)
             that decays to a b quark and tau lepton using the CDF II
             detector and 320pb-1 of integrated luminosity from the
             Fermilab Tevatron. Observing a number of events in agreement
             with standard model expectations, we obtain, assuming
             Yang-Mills (minimal) couplings, the most stringent upper
             limit on the VLQ3 pair production cross section of 344 fb
             (493 fb) and lower limit on the VLQ3 mass of 317GeV/c2
             (251GeV/c2) at 95% C.L. © 2008 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.091105},
   Key = {fds308025}
}

@article{fds308026,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto,
             T and Albrow, MG and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev,
             K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of correlated bb̄ production in pp̄ collisions
             at s=1960GeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.072004},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the correlated bb̄ production
             cross section. The data used in this analysis were taken
             with the upgraded CDF detector (CDF II) at the Fermilab
             Tevatron collider, and correspond to an integrated
             luminosity of 742pb-1. We utilize muon pairs with invariant
             mass 5≤mμμ≤80GeV/c2 produced by bb̄ double
             semileptonic decays. For muons with pT ≥3GeV/c and
             |η|≤0.7, that are produced by b and b̄ quarks with pT
             ≥2GeV/c and |y|≤1.3, we measure σb→μ,
             b̄→μ=1549±133pb. We compare this result with
             theoretical predictions and previous measurements. We also
             report the measurement of σc→μ,c̄→μ, a by-product of
             the study of the background to bb̄ production. © 2008 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.072004},
   Key = {fds308026}
}

@article{fds308027,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and González, BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {First run II measurement of the W boson mass at the Fermilab
             Tevatron},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {11},
   Pages = {48},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.112001},
   Abstract = {We describe a measurement of the W boson mass mW using
             200pb-1 of s=1.96TeV pp̄ collision data taken with the CDF
             II detector. With a sample of 63964 W→eν candidates and
             51128 W→μν candidates, we measure mW=[80.413±0.034(stat)±0.034(sys)=80.413±0.048]GeV/c2.
             This is the single most precise mW measurement to date. When
             combined with other measured electroweak parameters, this
             result further constrains the properties of new unobserved
             particles coupling to W and Z bosons. © 2008 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.112001},
   Key = {fds308027}
}

@article{fds308028,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and González, BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for resonant tt̄ production in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {23},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.231801},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for narrow-width particles decaying to
             a top and antitop quark pair. The data set used in the
             analysis corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 680pb-1
             collected with the Collider Detector at Fermilab in run II.
             We present 95% confidence level upper limits on the cross
             section times branching ratio. Assuming a specific
             top-color-assisted technicolor production model, the
             leptophobic Z′ with width ΓZ′=0.012MZ′, we exclude
             the mass range MZ′&lt;725GeV/c2 at the 95% confidence
             level. © 2008 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.231801},
   Key = {fds308028}
}

@article{fds308029,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and González, BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar, P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M et
             al.},
   Title = {Model-independent and quasi-model-independent search for new
             physics at CDF},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.78.012002},
   Abstract = {Data collected in run II of the Fermilab Tevatron are
             searched for indications of new electroweak scale physics.
             Rather than focusing on particular new physics scenarios,
             CDF data are analyzed for discrepancies with respect to the
             standard model prediction. A model-independent approach
             (Vista) considers the gross features of the data and is
             sensitive to new large cross section physics. A
             quasi-model-independent approach (Sleuth) searches for a
             significant excess of events with large summed transverse
             momentum and is particularly sensitive to new electroweak
             scale physics that appears predominantly in one final state.
             This global search for new physics in over 300 exclusive
             final states in 927pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV
             reveals no such significant indication of physics beyond the
             standard model. © 2008 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.78.012002},
   Key = {fds308029}
}

@article{fds308030,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Gonzalez,
             BA and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Erratum: Search for pair production of scalar top quarks
             decaying to a τ Lepton and a b quark in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV (Physical Review Letters (2008) 101
             (071802))},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {101},
   Number = {8},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.089901},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.089901},
   Key = {fds308030}
}

@article{fds308031,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for chargino-neutralino production in pp̄ collisions
             at s=1.96TeV with high-pT leptons},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.052002},
   Abstract = {We present a search for the associated production of
             charginos and neutralinos in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV.
             The data were collected at the Collider Detector at Fermilab
             (CDF II) and correspond to integrated luminosities between
             0.7 and 1.0fb-1. We look for final states with one high-pT
             electron or muon, and two additional leptons. Our results
             are consistent with the standard model expectations, and we
             set limits on the cross section as a function of the
             chargino mass in three different supersymmetric scenarios.
             For a specific minimal supersymmetric standard model
             scenario with no slepton mixing, we set a 95% C.L. limit at
             151GeV/c2. © 2008 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.052002},
   Key = {fds308031}
}

@article{fds308032,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of ratios of fragmentation fractions for bottom
             hadrons in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.072003},
   Abstract = {This paper describes the first measurement of b-quark
             fragmentation fractions into bottom hadrons in Run II of the
             Tevatron Collider at Fermilab. The result is based on a
             360pb-1 sample of data collected with the CDF II detector in
             pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV. Semileptonic decays of B̄0,
             B-, and B̄s0 mesons, as well as Λb0 baryons, are
             reconstructed. For an effective bottom hadron pT threshold
             of 7GeV/c, the fragmentation fractions are measured to be
             fu/fd=1.054±0.018(stat)-0.045+0.025(sys)±0. 058(B),
             fs/(fu+fd)=0.160±0.005(stat)-0.010+0.011(sys)-0.034+0.057(B),
             and fΛb/(fu+fd)=0.281±0.012(stat)-0.056+0.058(sys)-0.087+0.128(B),
             where the uncertainty B is due to uncertainties on measured
             branching ratios. The value of fs/(fu+fd) agrees within one
             standard deviation with previous CDF measurements and the
             world average of this quantity, which is dominated by LEP
             measurements. However, the ratio fΛb/(fu+fd) is
             approximately twice the value previously measured at LEP.
             The approximately 2σ discrepancy is examined in terms of
             kinematic differences between the two production
             environments. © 2008 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.072003},
   Key = {fds308032}
}

@article{fds308033,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for new heavy particles decaying to Z0Z0→eeee in
             pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.78.012008},
   Abstract = {We report the results of a search for the anomalous
             production of a massive particle decaying to four electrons
             via two Z0 bosons in 1.1fb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV
             collected by the CDF II detector at Fermilab. We employ
             optimized electron identification criteria to maximize
             acceptance and efficiency. We estimate the backgrounds in
             the invariant mass range 500-1000GeV/c2 to be
             0.028±0.009(stat)±0.011(syst) events. We observe zero
             events in this search region. Assuming a Randall-Sundrum
             graviton production model, we set 95% C.L. limits on
             σ×BF(G→Z0Z0)&lt;4- 6pb, depending on the graviton mass.
             © 2008 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.78.012008},
   Key = {fds308033}
}

@article{fds308034,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Observation of exclusive dijet production at the Fermilab
             Tevatron p̄p collider},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.052004},
   Abstract = {We present the first observation and cross section
             measurement of exclusive dijet production in p̄p
             interactions, p̄p→p̄+dijet+p. Using a data sample of
             310pb-1 collected by the Run II Collider Detector at
             Fermilab at s=1.96TeV, exclusive cross sections for events
             with two jets of transverse energy ETjet≥10GeV have been
             measured as a function of minimum ETjet. The exclusive
             signal is extracted from fits to data distributions based on
             Monte Carlo simulations of expected dijet signal and
             background shapes. The simulated background distribution
             shapes are checked in a study of a largely independent data
             sample of 200pb-1 of b-tagged jet events, where exclusive
             dijet production is expected to be suppressed by the Jz=0
             total angular momentum selection rule. Results obtained are
             compared with theoretical expectations, and implications for
             exclusive Higgs boson production at the pp Large Hadron
             Collider at s=14TeV are discussed. © 2008 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.052004},
   Key = {fds308034}
}

@article{fds308035,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Observation of the decay Bc±→J/ψπ± and measurement of
             the Bc± mass},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {18},
   Pages = {182002},
   Year = {2008},
   ISSN = {0031-9007},
   url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18518365},
   Abstract = {The Bc± meson is observed through the decay Bc±→J/
             ψπ±, in data corresponding to an integrated luminosity of
             2.4fb-1 recorded by the Collider Detector at Fermilab II
             detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. A signal of 108±15
             candidates is observed, with a significance that exceeds
             8σ. The mass of the Bc± meson is measured to be
             6275.6±2.9(stat)±2.5(syst)MeV/c2. © 2008 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.182002},
   Key = {fds308035}
}

@article{fds308036,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for Bs0→μ+μ- and B0→μ+μ- decays with 2fb-1 of
             pp̄ collisions},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {10},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.101802},
   Abstract = {We have performed a search for Bs0→μ+μ- and B0→μ+μ-
             decays in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV using 2fb-1 of
             integrated luminosity collected by the CDF II detector at
             the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. The observed number of Bs0
             and B0 candidates is consistent with background
             expectations. The resulting upper limits on the branching
             fractions are B(Bs0→μ+μ-) &lt;5.8×10-8 and
             B(B0→μ+μ-)&lt;1.8×10-8 at 95% C.L. © 2008 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.101802},
   Key = {fds308036}
}

@article{fds308037,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Two-particle momentum correlations in jets produced in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.092001},
   Abstract = {We present the first measurement of two-particle momentum
             correlations in jets produced in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV. Results are obtained for charged particles within
             a restricted cone with an opening angle of 0.5 radians
             around the jet axis and for events with dijet masses between
             66 and 563GeV/c2. A comparison of the experimental data to
             theoretical predictions obtained for partons within the
             framework of resummed perturbative QCD in the
             next-to-leading log approximation shows that the parton
             momentum correlations survive the hadronization stage of jet
             fragmentation, giving further support to the hypothesis of
             local parton-hadron duality. The extracted value of the
             next-to-leading-log-approximation parton shower cutoff scale
             Qeff set equal to ΛQCD is found to be (1.4-0.7+0.9)×100MeV.
             © 2008 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.092001},
   Key = {fds308037}
}

@article{fds308038,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Limits on the production of narrow tt̄ resonances in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.051102},
   Abstract = {We search for evidence of resonant top quark pair production
             in 955 pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV recorded with
             the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. For fully
             reconstructed candidate tt̄ events triggered on leptons
             with large transverse momentum and containing at least one
             identified b-quark jet, we compare the invariant mass
             spectrum of tt̄ pairs to the expected superposition of
             standard model tt̄, non-tt̄ backgrounds, and a simple
             resonance model based on a sequential Z′ boson. We
             establish upper limits for σ(pp̄→Z′) ·Br(Z′→tt̄)
             in the Z′ mass interval from 450GeV/c2 to 900GeV/c2. A
             topcolor leptophobic Z′ is ruled out below 720GeV/c2, and
             the cross section of any narrow Z′-like state decaying to
             tt̄ is found to be less than 0.64 pb at 95% C.L. for MZ′
             above 700GeV/c2. © 2008 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.051102},
   Key = {fds308038}
}

@article{fds308039,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {First measurement of the fraction of top-quark pair
             production through gluon-gluon fusion},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.78.111101},
   Abstract = {We present the first measurement of σ(gg→tt̄)/
             σ(pp̄→tt̄). We use 0.96fb-1 of s=1.96TeV pp̄ collision
             data recorded with the CDF II detector at Fermilab. Using
             charged particles with low transverse momentum in tt̄
             events, we find σ(gg→ tt̄)/σ(pp̄→tt̄)=0.07±0.14(stat)±0.
             07(syst), corresponding to a 95% confidence level upper
             limit of 0.33, in agreement with the standard model
             next-to-leading-order prediction of 0.15±0.05. © 2008 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.78.111101},
   Key = {fds308039}
}

@article{fds308040,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for standard model Higgs Bosons produced in
             association with W Bosons},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {4},
   Pages = {041801},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.041801},
   Abstract = {We report on the results of a search for standard model
             Higgs bosons produced in association with W bosons from pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV. The search uses a data sample
             corresponding to approximately 1fb-1 of integrated
             luminosity. Events consistent with the W→ ν and H→bb̄
             signature are selected by triggering on a high-pT electron
             or muon candidate and tagging one or two of the jet
             candidates as having originated from b quarks. A neural
             network filter rejects a fraction of tagged charm and
             light-flavor jets, increasing the b-jet purity in the
             sample. We observe no excess νbb̄ production beyond the
             background expectation, and we set 95% confidence level
             upper limits on the production cross section times branching
             fraction σ(pp̄→WH)Br(H→bb̄) ranging from 3.9 to 1.3
             pb, for specific Higgs boson mass hypotheses in the range
             110 to 150GeV/c2, respectively. © 2008 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.041801},
   Key = {fds308040}
}

@article{fds308042,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley,
             M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et al.},
   Title = {Search for heavy, long-lived neutralinos that decay to
             photons at CDF II using photon timing},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.78.032015},
   Abstract = {We present the results of the first hadron collider search
             for heavy, long-lived neutralinos that decay via χ10→γG
             in gauge-mediated supersymmetry breaking models. Using an
             integrated luminosity of 570±34pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV, we select γ+jet+missing transverse energy
             candidate events based on the arrival time of a high-energy
             photon at the electromagnetic calorimeter as measured with a
             timing system that was recently installed on the CDF II
             detector. We find 2 events, consistent with the background
             estimate of 1.3±0.7 events. While our search strategy does
             not rely on model-specific dynamics, we set cross section
             limits and place the world-best 95% C.L. lower limit on the
             χ 10 mass of 101GeV/c2 at τχ 10=5ns. © 2008 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.78.032015},
   Key = {fds308042}
}

@article{fds308043,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley,
             M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of b-jet shapes in inclusive jet production in
             pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.78.072005},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the shapes of b-jets using
             300pb-1 of data obtained with the upgraded Collider Detector
             at Fermilab (CDF II) in pp̄ collisions at center-of-mass
             energy s=1.96TeV. This measurement covers a wide transverse
             momentum range, from 52 to 300GeV/c. Samples of heavy-flavor
             enhanced jets together with inclusive jets are used to
             extract the average shapes of b-jets. The b-jets are
             expected to be broader than inclusive jets. Moreover, b-jets
             containing a single b-quark are expected to be narrower than
             those containing a bb̄ pair from gluon splitting. The
             measured b-jet shapes are found to be significantly broader
             than expected from the pythia and herwig Monte Carlo
             simulations. This effect may arise from an underestimation
             of the fraction of b-jets originating from gluon splitting
             in these simulations. The jet shape distributions provided
             in this paper could be compared to any full Monte Carlo
             simulation and could be used to further constrain the
             various parameters. © 2008 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.78.072005},
   Key = {fds308043}
}

@article{fds308044,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley,
             M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the inclusive jet cross section at the
             Fermilab Tevatron pp̄ collider using a cone-based jet
             algorithm},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.78.052006},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the inclusive jet cross section
             in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV based on data collected by
             the CDF II detector with an integrated luminosity of
             1.13fb-1. The measurement was made using the cone-based
             midpoint jet clustering algorithm in the rapidity region of
             |y|&lt;2.1. The results are consistent with
             next-to-leading-order perturbative QCD predictions based on
             recent parton distribution functions (PDFs), and are
             expected to provide increased precision in PDFs at high
             parton momentum fraction x. The results are also compared to
             the recent inclusive jet cross section measurement using the
             kT jet clustering algorithm, and we find that the ratio of
             the cross sections measured with the two algorithms is in
             agreement with theoretical expectations over a large range
             of jet transverse momentum and rapidity. © 2008 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.78.052006},
   Key = {fds308044}
}

@article{fds308045,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Cross section measurements of high-pT dilepton final-state
             processes using a global fitting method},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.78.012003},
   Abstract = {We present a new method for studying high-pT dilepton events
             (e±e, μ±μ, e±μ) and simultaneously extracting the
             production cross sections of pp̄→tt̄, pp̄→W+W-, and
             pp̄→Z0→τ+τ- at a center-of-mass energy of s=1.96TeV.
             We perform a likelihood fit to the dilepton data in a
             parameter space defined by the missing transverse energy and
             the number of jets in the event. Our results, which use
             360pb-1 of data recorded with the CDF II detector at the
             Fermilab Tevatron Collider, are σ(tt̄)=8.5-2.2+2.7pb,
             σ(W+W-)=16.3-4. 4+5.2pb, and σ(Z0→τ+τ-)=291-46+50pb.
             © 2008 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.78.012003},
   Key = {fds308045}
}

@article{fds308046,
   Author = {Kotwal, AV and Stark, J},
   Title = {Measurement of the W boson mass at the Tevatron},
   Journal = {Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science},
   Volume = {58},
   Pages = {147-175},
   Year = {2008},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1146/annurev.nucl.58.110707.171227},
   Abstract = {Over the past four decades, the standard model of
             electroweak interactions has achieved tremendous success in
             describing the experimental data. One of the key observables
             is the mass M w of the W boson. The experimental
             measurements, including M w, have reached a level of
             precision that tests the theory at the quantum loop level,
             providing indirect constraints on the hypothetical Higgs
             boson and other new physics. Improved measurements of M w
             are driven by new data from Run II of the Fermilab Tevatron
             (pp̄ collider at ̂s = 1.96 TeV). We discuss the techniques
             used for measuring M w at hadron colliders, summarize the
             measurements from Run I of the Tevatron, and review the
             state of the art of the Run II analyses, which are based on
             significantly larger data sets collected with upgraded
             detectors. We discuss the constraints on the Higgs boson,
             and conclude with a discussion of the ultimate precision in
             M w that can be expected from Run II. Copyright © 2008 by
             Annual Reviews. All rights reserved.},
   Doi = {10.1146/annurev.nucl.58.110707.171227},
   Key = {fds308046}
}

@article{fds308041,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bridgeman, A and Brigliadori, L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Buzatu, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carrillo, S and Carron, S and Casal, B and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito,
             L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Almenar, CC and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Dagenhart, D and Datta, M and Davies, T and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and De
             Lorenzo, G and Dell’Orso, M and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno,
             M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Di Giovanni and GP and Dionisi, C and Di
             Ruzza, B and Dittmann, JR and D’Onofrio, M and Donati, S and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferrazza,
             C and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Forrest, R and Forrester, S and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt,
             J and Garberson, F and Garcia, JE and Garfinkel, AF and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giakoumopolou, V and Giannetti, P and Gibson,
             K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg, CM and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Group, RC and Grundler, U and da Costa, JG and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare,
             D and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Heck, M and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser,
             J and Hewamanage, S and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi,
             G and Iori, M and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Johnson, W and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kar, D and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute,
             M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Koay, SA and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kraus, J and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kulkarni, NP and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Linacre, J and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Lovas, L and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lueck, J and Luci, C and Lujan, P and Lukens,
             P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Malik, S and Manca, G and Manousakis, A and Margaroli, F and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Martínez-Ballarín, R and Maruyama,
             T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Mattson, ME and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyake, H and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Moon, CS and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Mussini, M and Nachtman, J and Nagai, Y and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakamura, K and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nodulman, L and Norman, M and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian,
             I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Griso,
             SP and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Papaikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos,
             F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ramakrishnan, V and Ranjan, N and Redondo, I and Reisert, B and Rekovic,
             V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori,
             L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Roy, P and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó,
             O and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savoy-Navarro,
             A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MA and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott,
             AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyria, A and Shalhout, SZ and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima,
             M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Slaughter, AJ and Slaunwhite, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the cross section for -boson production in
             association with jets in collisions at},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {1},
   Pages = {011108},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {January},
   ISSN = {1550-7998},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.011108},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the cross section for W-boson
             production in association with jets in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV. The analysis uses a data sample corresponding to
             an integrated luminosity of 320pb-1 collected with the CDF
             II detector. W bosons are identified in their electron decay
             channel and jets are reconstructed using a cone algorithm.
             For each W+≥n-jet sample (n=1-4) we measure the
             differential cross section dσ(pp̄→W+≥
             n-jet)/dETnth-jet×B(W→eν) with respect to the transverse
             energy ET of the nth-highest ET jet above 20GeV, and the
             total cross section σ(pp̄→W+≥n-jet;ETnth-jet >
             25GeV)×B(W→eν), for a restricted W→eν decay phase
             space. The cross sections, corrected for all detector
             effects, can be directly compared to particle level W+jet(s)
             predictions. We present here comparisons to leading order
             and next-to-leading order predictions. © 2008 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.011108},
   Key = {fds308041}
}

@article{fds308024,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {First observation of the decay Bs0-->Ds-Ds+ and measurement
             of its branching ratio.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {021803},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.021803},
   Abstract = {We report the observation of the exclusive decay
             Bs0-->Ds-Ds+ at the 7.5 standard deviation level using 355
             pb(-1) of data collected by the CDF II detector in pp
             collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV at the Fermilab Tevatron. We
             measure the relative branching ratio B(Bs0-->Ds-Ds+)/B(B0-->D-Ds+)=1.44(-0.44)(+0.48).
             Using the world average value for B(B0-->D-Ds+), we find
             B(Bs0-->Ds-Ds+)=(9.4(-4.2)(+4.4))x10(-3). This provides a
             lower bound DeltaGammasCP/Gammas>or=2B(Bs0-->Ds-Ds+)>1.2x10(-2)
             at 95% C.L.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.021803},
   Key = {fds308024}
}

@article{fds307816,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BA and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, PH and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bridgeman, A and Brigliadori, L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Buzatu, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carrillo, S and Carron, S and Casal, B and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito,
             L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC},
   Title = {Search for standard model Higgs Bosons produced in
             association with W Bosons},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {4},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.041801},
   Abstract = {We report on the results of a search for standard model
             Higgs bosons produced in association with W bosons from pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV. The search uses a data sample
             corresponding to approximately 1fb-1 of integrated
             luminosity. Events consistent with the W→ ν and H→bb̄
             signature are selected by triggering on a high-pT electron
             or muon candidate and tagging one or two of the jet
             candidates as having originated from b quarks. A neural
             network filter rejects a fraction of tagged charm and
             light-flavor jets, increasing the b-jet purity in the
             sample. We observe no excess νbb̄ production beyond the
             background expectation, and we set 95% confidence level
             upper limits on the production cross section times branching
             fraction σ(pp̄→WH)Br(H→bb̄) ranging from 3.9 to 1.3
             pb, for specific Higgs boson mass hypotheses in the range
             110 to 150GeV/c2, respectively. © 2008 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.041801},
   Key = {fds307816}
}

@article{fds336988,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BA and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, PH and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the cross section for W-boson production in
             association with jets in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {77},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.77.011108},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the cross section for W-boson
             production in association with jets in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV. The analysis uses a data sample corresponding to
             an integrated luminosity of 320pb-1 collected with the CDF
             II detector. W bosons are identified in their electron decay
             channel and jets are reconstructed using a cone algorithm.
             For each W+≥n-jet sample (n=1-4) we measure the
             differential cross section dσ(pp̄→W+≥
             n-jet)/dETnth-jet×B(W→eν) with respect to the transverse
             energy ET of the nth-highest ET jet above 20GeV, and the
             total cross section σ(pp̄→W+≥n-jet;ETnth-jet >
             25GeV)×B(W→eν), for a restricted W→eν decay phase
             space. The cross sections, corrected for all detector
             effects, can be directly compared to particle level W+jet(s)
             predictions. We present here comparisons to leading order
             and next-to-leading order predictions. © 2008 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.77.011108},
   Key = {fds336988}
}

@article{fds308023,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BA and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bridgeman, A and Brigliadori, L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Buzatu, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carrillo, S and Carron, S and Casal, B and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito,
             L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Almenar, CC and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Dagenhart, D and Datta, M and Davies, T and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and De
             Lorenzo, G and Dell'Orso, M and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Di Giovanni and GP and Dionisi, C and Di
             Ruzza, B and Dittmann, JR and D'Onofrio, M and Donati, S and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferrazza,
             C and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Forrest, R and Forrester, S and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt,
             J and Garberson, F and Garcia, JE and Garfinkel, AF and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giakoumopolou, V and Giannetti, P and Gibson,
             K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg, CM and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber,
             C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, D and Hare,
             M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Heck, M and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hewamanage, S and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker,
             A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Johnson, W and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun,
             SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kar, D and Karchin, PE and Kato,
             Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim,
             YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson,
             B and Ko, BR and Koay, SA and Kondo, K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kraus, J and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kulkarni, NP and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone,
             S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, C and Lin, CS and Linacre, J and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Lovas, L and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lueck, J and Luci, C and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu,
             G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen,
             D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic,
             P and Malde, S and Malik, S and Manca, G and Manousakis, A and Margaroli,
             F and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Martínez-Ballarín, R and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Mattson, ME and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyake, H and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Moon, CS and Moore, R and Morello, M and Fernandez, PM and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Mussini, M and Nachtman, J and Nagai, Y and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakamura, K and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nodulman, L and Norman, M and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian,
             I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Griso,
             SP and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Papaikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos,
             F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ramakrishnan, V and Ranjan, N and Redondo, I and Reisert, B and Rekovic,
             V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori,
             L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Roy, P and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó,
             O and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savoy-Navarro,
             A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MA and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott,
             AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyria, A and Shalhout, SZ and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima,
             M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Siegrist, J and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Slaughter, AJ and Slaunwhite, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for standard model Higgs bosons produced in
             association with W bosons.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {4},
   Pages = {041801},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.100.041801},
   Abstract = {We report on the results of a search for standard model
             Higgs bosons produced in association with W bosons from
             pp[over] collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV. The search uses a
             data sample corresponding to approximately 1 fb(-1) of
             integrated luminosity. Events consistent with the W-->lnu
             and H-->bb[over] signature are selected by triggering on a
             high-p(T) electron or muon candidate and tagging one or two
             of the jet candidates as having originated from b quarks. A
             neural network filter rejects a fraction of tagged charm and
             light-flavor jets, increasing the b-jet purity in the
             sample. We observe no excess lnubb[over] production beyond
             the background expectation, and we set 95% confidence level
             upper limits on the production cross section times branching
             fraction sigma(pp[over]-->WH)Br(H-->bb[over]) ranging from
             3.9 to 1.3 pb, for specific Higgs boson mass hypotheses in
             the range 110 to 150 GeV/c2, respectively.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.100.041801},
   Key = {fds308023}
}

@article{fds308022,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Cross-section-constrained top-quark mass measurement from
             dilepton events at the Tevatron.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {6},
   Pages = {062005},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.062005},
   Abstract = {We report the first top-quark mass measurement that uses a
             cross-section constraint to improve the mass determination.
             This measurement is made with a dilepton tt event candidate
             sample collected with the Collider Detector II at Fermilab.
             From a data sample corresponding to an integrated luminosity
             of 1.2 fb(-1), we measure a top-quark mass of
             170.7(-3.9)(+4.2)(stat)+/-2.6(syst)+/-2.4(theory) GeV/c(2).
             The measurement without the cross-section constraint is
             169.7(-4.9)(+5.2)(stat)+/-3.1(syst) GeV/c(2).},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.062005},
   Key = {fds308022}
}

@article{fds308021,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BA and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Direct measurement of the W Boson width in ppover collisions
             at square roots = 1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {071801},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.071801},
   Abstract = {A direct measurement of the total decay width of the W boson
             Gamma(W) is presented using 350 pb(-1) of data from pp[over
             ] collisions at square root s = 1.96 TeV collected with the
             CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. The width is
             determined by normalizing predicted signal and background
             distributions to 230 185 W candidates decaying to enu and
             micronu in the transverse-mass region 50<M(T)<90 GeV and
             then fitting the predicted shape to 6055 events in the
             high-M(T) region, 90<M(T)<200 GeV. The result is
             Gamma(W)=2032 +/- 45(stat)+/-57(syst) MeV, consistent with
             the standard model expectation.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.071801},
   Key = {fds308021}
}

@article{fds308020,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Alvarez González and B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori, L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd,
             HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Buzatu, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli,
             F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carrillo, S and Carron,
             S and Casal, B and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen,
             YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Cuenca Almenar and C and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Dagenhart, D and Datta, M and Davies, T and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco,
             S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and De Lorenzo and G and Dell'orso,
             M and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent,
             PF and Di Giovanni and GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and D'Onofrio, M and Donati, S and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferrazza, C and Field, R and Flanagan,
             G and Forrest, R and Forrester, S and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garberson, F and Garcia,
             JE and Garfinkel, AF and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg, CM and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Grinstein,
             S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis,
             E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, D and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Heck, M and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hewamanage, S and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela,
             J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Johnson,
             W and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kar, D and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Koay, SA and Kondo,
             K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kraus,
             J and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kulkarni, NP and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin,
             C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Lovas, L and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lueck, J and Luci, C and Lujan, P and Lukens,
             P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and Macqueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Malik, S and Manca, G and Manousakis, A and Margaroli, F and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Martínez-Ballarín, R and Maruyama,
             T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Mattson, ME and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyake, H and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Moon, CS and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla
             Fernandez, P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Mussini, M and Nachtman, J and Nagai, Y and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakamura, K and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nodulman, L and Norman, M and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian,
             I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagan
             Griso, S and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Papaikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos,
             F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ramakrishnan, V and Ranjan, N and Redondo, I and Reisert, B and Rekovic,
             V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori,
             L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Roy, P and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó,
             O and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MA and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla,
             A and Shalhout, SZ and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Slaughter, AJ and Slaunwhite, J and Sliwa, K and Smith, JR and Snider, FD et
             al.},
   Title = {Observation of orbitally excited B(s) mesons.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {8},
   Pages = {082001},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {February},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.100.082001},
   Abstract = {We report the observation of two narrow resonances
             consistent with states of orbitally excited (L=1) B_(s)
             mesons using 1 fb;(-1) of pp[over ] collisions at
             sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV collected with the Collider Detector at
             Fermilab II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron. We use
             two-body decays into K- and B+ mesons reconstructed as
             B(+)-->J/psiK(+), J/psi-->mu(+)mu(-) or B(+)-->D[over
             ](0)pi(+), D[over ](0)-->K(+)pi(-). We deduce the masses of
             the two states to be m(B_(s1))=5829.4+/-0.7 MeV/c(2) and
             m(B_(s2);(*))=5839.6+/-0.7 MeV/c;(2).},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.100.082001},
   Key = {fds308020}
}

@article{fds308019,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {First measurement of W boson production in association with
             a single Charm quark in pp collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {9},
   Pages = {091803},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.091803},
   Abstract = {We present the first measurement of the production cross
             section of a W boson with a single charm quark (c) in pp
             collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV, using soft muon tagging of c
             jets. In a data sample of approximately 1.8 fb(-1), recorded
             with the Collider Detector at Fermilab II detector at the
             Fermilab Tevatron, we select events with W+1 or 2 jets. We
             use the charge correlation between the W and the muon from
             the semileptonic decay of a charm hadron to extract the Wc
             signal. We measure sigma Wc(PTc >20 GeV/c,|eta c|<1.5) x
             BR(W-->l nu)=9.8+/-3.2 pb, in agreement with theoretical
             expectations.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.091803},
   Key = {fds308019}
}

@article{fds308018,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of inclusive jet cross sections in
             Z/gamma*(-->e+e-) + jets production in pp[over ] collisions
             at square root s = 1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {10},
   Pages = {102001},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.102001},
   Abstract = {Inclusive jet cross sections in Z/gamma* events, with
             Z/gamma* decaying into an electron-positron pair, are
             measured as a function of jet transverse momentum and jet
             multiplicity in pp[over ] collisions at square root s = 1.96
             TeV with the upgraded Collider Detector at Fermilab in run
             II, based on an integrated luminosity of 1.7 fb(-1). The
             measurements cover the rapidity region |y(jet)|<2.1 and the
             transverse momentum range p(T)(jet)>30 GeV/c.
             Next-to-leading order perturbative QCD predictions are in
             good agreement with the measured cross sections.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.102001},
   Key = {fds308018}
}

@article{fds308016,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Alvarez González and B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov,
             A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Brigliadori, L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd,
             HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Buzatu, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli,
             F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carrillo, S and Carron,
             S and Casal, B and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen,
             YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Cuenca Almenar and C and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Dagenhart, D and Datta, M and Davies, T and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco,
             S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and De Lorenzo and G and Dell'orso,
             M and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent,
             PF and Di Giovanni and GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and D'Onofrio, M and Donati, S and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferrazza, C and Field, R and Flanagan,
             G and Forrest, R and Forrester, S and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garberson, F and Garcia,
             JE and Garfinkel, AF and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giannetti, P and Gibson, K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg, CM and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Grinstein,
             S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis,
             E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, D and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Heck, M and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hewamanage, S and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela,
             J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Johnson,
             W and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kar, D and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Koay, SA and Kondo,
             K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kraus,
             J and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kulkarni, NP and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and Lecompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin,
             C and Lin, CS and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev,
             DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Lovas, L and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lueck, J and Luci, C and Lujan, P and Lukens,
             P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and Macqueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Malik, S and Manca, G and Manousakis, A and Margaroli, F and Marino, C and Marino, CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Martínez-Ballarín, R and Maruyama,
             T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Mattson, ME and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala,
             P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyake, H and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Moon, CS and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla
             Fernandez, P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Mussini, M and Nachtman, J and Nagai, Y and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakamura, K and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nodulman, L and Norman, M and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian,
             I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Pagan
             Griso, S and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Papaikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos,
             F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ramakrishnan, V and Ranjan, N and Redondo, I and Reisert, B and Rekovic,
             V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori,
             L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Roy, P and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó,
             O and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savard, P and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MA and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla,
             A and Shalhout, SZ and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Slaughter, AJ and Slaunwhite, J and Sliwa, K and Smith, JR and Snider, FD et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of Lifetime and Decay-Width Difference in
             B_{s};{0}-->J/psivarphi Decays.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {121803},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.100.121803},
   Abstract = {We measure the mean lifetime tau=2/(Gamma_{L}+Gamma_{H}) and
             the decay-width difference DeltaGamma=Gamma_{L}-Gamma_{H} of
             the light and heavy mass eigenstates of the B_{s}{0} meson,
             B_{sL}{0} and B_{sH}{0}, in B_{s}{0}-->J/psivarphi decays
             using 1.7 fb;{-1} of data collected with the CDF II detector
             at the Fermilab Tevatron pp[over ] collider. Assuming CP
             conservation, a good approximation for the B_{s}{0} system
             in the standard model, we obtain DeltaGamma=0.076_{-0.063}{+0.059}(stat)+/-0.006(syst)
             ps{-1} and tau=1.52+/-0.04(stat)+/-0.02(syst) ps, the most
             precise measurements to date. Our constraints on the weak
             phase and DeltaGamma are consistent with CP
             conservation.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.100.121803},
   Key = {fds308016}
}

@article{fds308017,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BA and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Evidence for D0-D(0) mixing using the CDF II
             detector.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {121802},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {March},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.121802},
   Abstract = {We measure the time dependence of the ratio of decay rates
             for the rare decay D{0}-->K{+}pi{-} to the Cabibbo-favored
             decay D{0}-->K{-}pi;{+}. A signal of 12.7x10;{3}
             D{0}-->K{+}pi{-} decays was obtained using the Collider
             Detector at Fermilab II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron
             with an integrated luminosity of 1.5 fb;{-1}. We measure the
             D0-D[over ]{0} mixing parameters (R_{D},y{'},x{'2}), and
             find that the data are inconsistent with the no-mixing
             hypothesis with a probability equivalent to 3.8 Gaussian
             standard deviations.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.121802},
   Key = {fds308017}
}

@article{fds308014,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {First flavor-tagged determination of bounds on
             mixing-induced CP violation in Bs0 --> J/psiphi
             decays.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {16},
   Pages = {161802},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.161802},
   Abstract = {This Letter describes the first determination of bounds on
             the CP-violation parameter 2beta(s) using B(s)(0) decays in
             which the flavor of the bottom meson at production is
             identified. The result is based on approximately 2000
             B(s)(0)-->J/psiphi decays reconstructed in a 1.35 fb(-1)
             data sample collected with the CDF II detector using pp
             collisions produced at the Fermilab Tevatron. We report
             confidence regions in the two-dimensional space of 2beta(s)
             and the decay-width difference DeltaGamma. Assuming the
             standard model predictions of 2beta(s) and DeltaGamma, the
             probability of a deviation as large as the level of the
             observed data is 15%, corresponding to 1.5 Gaussian standard
             deviations.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.161802},
   Key = {fds308014}
}

@article{fds308015,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for heavy toplike quarks using lepton plus jets
             events in 1.96 TeV pp collisions.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {16},
   Pages = {161803},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {April},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.161803},
   Abstract = {We present the results of a search for pair production of a
             new heavy toplike quark t' decaying to a W boson and another
             quark using the Collider Detector at Fermilab II detector in
             run II of the Tevatron pp collider. Using a data sample
             corresponding to 760 pb(-1) of integrated luminosity, we fit
             the observed spectrum of total transverse energy and
             reconstructed t' quark mass to a combination of standard
             model processes and t' pair production. We see no evidence
             for t't' production, and we infer a lower limit of 256
             GeV/c(2) on the mass of the t' at 95% C.L. assuming standard
             strong couplings for the t'.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.161803},
   Key = {fds308015}
}

@article{fds327184,
   Author = {Heuser, J and Milnik, M},
   Title = {Search for rare b -hadron decays at CDF},
   Journal = {Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
   Volume = {110},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {022019-022019},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/110/2/022019},
   Doi = {10.1088/1742-6596/110/2/022019},
   Key = {fds327184}
}

@article{fds308013,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Strong evidence for ZZ production in pp[over] collisions at
             sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {20},
   Pages = {201801},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.201801},
   Abstract = {We report the first evidence of Z boson pair production at a
             hadron collider with a significance exceeding 4 standard
             deviations. This result is based on a data sample
             corresponding to 1.9 fb(-1) of integrated luminosity from
             pp[over] collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV collected with the
             Collider Detector at Fermilab II detector. In the lll'l'
             channel, we observe three ZZ candidates with an expected
             background of 0.096(-0.063)+0.092 events. In the llnunu
             channel, we use a leading-order calculation of the relative
             ZZ and WW event probabilities to discriminate between signal
             and background. In the combination of lll'l' and llnunu
             channels, we observe an excess of events with a probability
             of 5.1 x 10(-6) to be due to the expected background. This
             corresponds to a significance of 4.4 standard deviations.
             The measured cross section is sigma(pp[over]-->ZZ)=1.4(-0.6)+0.7(stat+syst)
             pb, consistent with the standard model expectation.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.201801},
   Key = {fds308013}
}

@article{fds308012,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for the Higgs boson in events with missing transverse
             energy and b quark jets produced in pp collisions at square
             root(s)=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {100},
   Number = {21},
   Pages = {211801},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {May},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.211801},
   Abstract = {We search for the standard model Higgs boson produced in
             association with an electroweak vector boson in events with
             no identified charged leptons, large imbalance in transverse
             momentum, and two jets where at least one contains a
             secondary vertex consistent with the decay of b hadrons. We
             use approximately 1 fb(-1) integrated luminosity of pp
             collisions at square root(s)=1.96 TeV recorded by the
             Collider Detector at Fermilab II experiment at the Tevatron.
             We find 268 (16) single (double) b-tagged candidate events,
             where 248+/-43 (14.4+/-2.7) are expected from standard model
             background processes. We observe no significant excess over
             the expected background and thus set 95% confidence level
             upper limits on the Higgs boson production cross section for
             several Higgs boson masses ranging from 110 to 140 GeV/c(2).
             For a mass of 115 GeV/c(2), the observed (expected) limit is
             20.4 (14.2) times the standard model prediction.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.211801},
   Key = {fds308012}
}

@article{fds313575,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Álvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar, P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini,
             G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for standard model Higgs boson production in
             association with a boson at CDF},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {78},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {August},
   ISSN = {1550-7998},
   url = {http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcApp=PARTNER_APP&SrcAuth=LinksAMR&KeyUT=WOS:000258975300012&DestLinkType=FullRecord&DestApp=ALL_WOS&UsrCustomerID=47d3190e77e5a3a53558812f597b0b92},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.78.032008},
   Key = {fds313575}
}

@article{fds308010,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry, T and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bolshov, A and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bridgeman, A and Brigliadori, L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Buzatu, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carrillo, S and Carron, S and Casal, B and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito,
             L and Chang, SH and Chen, YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Cooper, B and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Crescioli, F and Cuenca Almenar and C and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Dagenhart, D and Datta, M and Davies, T and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco and S and Deisher, A and De Lentdecker and G and De
             Lorenzo, G and Dell'Orso, M and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and De Pedis and D and Derwent, PF and Di Giovanni and GP and Dionisi, C and Di
             Ruzza, B and Dittmann, JR and D'Onofrio, M and Donati, S and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferrazza,
             C and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Forrest, R and Forrester, S and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt,
             J and Garberson, F and Garcia, JE and Garfinkel, AF and Genser, K and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Giagu, S and Giakoumopolou, V and Giannetti, P and Gibson, K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg, CM and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta, M and Glagolev,
             V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Grinstein,
             S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber, C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis,
             E and Hamilton, A and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, D and Hare, M and Harper, S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Heck, M and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hewamanage, S and Hidas, D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela,
             J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ivanov, A and Iyutin, B and James, E and Jayatilaka, B and Jeans, D and Jeon, EJ and Jindariani, S and Johnson,
             W and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kar, D and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kephart, R and Kerzel, U and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Klute, M and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Koay, SA and Kondo,
             K and Kong, DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kraus,
             J and Kreps, M and Kroll, J and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhlmann, SE and Kuhr, T and Kulkarni, NP and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lai, S and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, J and Lee, YJ and Lee, SW and Lefèvre, R and Leonardo, N and Leone, S and Levy, S and Lewis, JD and Lin,
             C and Lin, CS and Linacre, J and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Liss, TM and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Lovas, L and Lu, R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lueck, J and Luci,
             C and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak,
             R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Malik, S and Manca, G and Manousakis, A and Margaroli, F and Marino, C and Marino,
             CP and Martin, A and Martin, M and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Martínez-Ballarín, R and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Mattson, ME and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta, A and Mehtala, P and Menzemer, S and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Messina, A and Miao, T and Miladinovic, N and Miles, J and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyake, H and Moed, S and Moggi, N and Moon, CS and Moore, R and Morello, M and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt, J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Mussini, M and Nachtman, J and Nagai, Y and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakamura, K and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nodulman, L and Norman, M and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Oldeman, R and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Griso, SP and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Papaikonomou,
             A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Piedra, J and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Portell, X and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos, F and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ramakrishnan, V and Ranjan, N and Redondo, I and Reisert, B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi, F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rogers, E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin,
             R and Roy, P and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Safonov,
             A and Sakumoto, WK and Salamanna, G and Saltó, O and Santi, L and Sarkar,
             S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MA and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt, M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano,
             A and Scuri, F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shalhout, SZ and Shapiro, MD and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shochet,
             M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Slaughter, AJ et al.},
   Title = {Search for pair production of scalar top quarks decaying to
             a tau lepton and a b quark in pp over collisions at sqrt
             s=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {101},
   Number = {7},
   Pages = {071802},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {August},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.101.071802},
   Abstract = {We search for pair production of supersymmetric top quarks
             (t over1), followed by R-parity violating decay t
             over1-->taub with a branching ratio beta, using 322 pb(-1)
             of pp over collisions at sqrt s=1.96 TeV collected by the
             upgraded Collider Detector at Fermilab. Two candidate events
             pass our final selection criteria, consistent with the
             standard model expectation. We set upper limits on the cross
             section sigma(t over1t over1) x beta2 as a function of the
             top-squark mass m(t over1). Assuming beta=1, we set a 95%
             confidence level limit m(t over1)>153 GeV/c2. The limits are
             also applicable to the case of a third-generation scalar
             leptoquark (LQ3) decaying LQ3-->taub.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.101.071802},
   Key = {fds308010}
}

@article{fds308009,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A et al.},
   Title = {Search for doubly charged Higgs bosons with
             lepton-flavor-violating decays involving tau
             leptons.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {101},
   Number = {12},
   Pages = {121801},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {September},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.121801},
   Abstract = {We search for pair production of doubly charged Higgs
             particles (H+/- +/-) followed by decays into electron-tau
             (etau) and muon-tau (mutau) pairs using data (350 pb(-1)
             collected from [over]pp collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV by
             the CDF II experiment. We search separately for cases where
             three or four final-state leptons are detected, and combine
             results for exclusive decays to left-handed etau (mutau)
             pairs. We set an H+/- +/- lower mass limit of 114(112)
             GeV/c(2) at the 95% confidence level.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.121801},
   Key = {fds308009}
}

@article{fds308008,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar, P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini,
             G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for large extra dimensions in final states containing
             one photon or jet and large missing transverse energy
             produced in pp collisions at square root[s]=1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {101},
   Number = {18},
   Pages = {181602},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.181602},
   Abstract = {We present the results of searches for large extra
             dimensions in samples of events with large missing
             transverse energy E_{T} and either a photon or a jet
             produced in pp[over ] collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV
             collected with the Collider Detector at Fermilab II. For
             gamma+E_{T} and jet+E_{T} candidate samples corresponding to
             2.0 and 1.1 fb;{-1} of integrated luminosity, respectively,
             we observe good agreement with standard model expectations
             and obtain a combined lower limit on the fundamental
             parameter of the large extra dimensions model M_{D} as a
             function of the number of extra dimensions in the
             model.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.181602},
   Key = {fds308008}
}

@article{fds308006,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar, P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini,
             G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bridgeman, A and Brigliadori, L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Buzatu, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Calancha, C and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa, A and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carrillo, S and Carron, S and Casal, B and Casarsa, M and Castro, A and Catastini, P and Cauz, D and Cavaliere, V and Cavalli-Sforza, M and Cerri, A and Cerrito, L and Chang, SH and Chen,
             YC and Chertok, M and Chiarelli, G and Chlachidze, G and Chlebana, F and Cho, K and Chokheli, D and Chou, JP and Choudalakis, G and Chuang, SH and Chung, K and Chung, WH and Chung, YS and Ciobanu, CI and Ciocci, MA and Clark, A and Clark, D and Compostella, G and Convery, ME and Conway, J and Copic, K and Cordelli, M and Cortiana, G and Cox, DJ and Crescioli, F and Cuenca Almenar and C and Cuevas, J and Culbertson, R and Cully, JC and Dagenhart, D and Datta, M and Davies, T and de Barbaro, P and De Cecco,
             S and Deisher, A and De Lorenzo and G and Dell'Orso, M and Deluca, C and Demortier, L and Deng, J and Deninno, M and Derwent, PF and di Giovanni,
             GP and Dionisi, C and Di Ruzza and B and Dittmann, JR and D'Onofrio, M and Donati, S and Dong, P and Donini, J and Dorigo, T and Dube, S and Efron, J and Elagin, A and Erbacher, R and Errede, D and Errede, S and Eusebi, R and Fang, HC and Farrington, S and Fedorko, WT and Feild, RG and Feindt, M and Fernandez, JP and Ferrazza, C and Field, R and Flanagan, G and Forrest,
             R and Franklin, M and Freeman, JC and Furic, I and Gallinaro, M and Galyardt, J and Garberson, F and Garcia, JE and Garfinkel, AF and Genser, K and Gerberich, H and Gerdes, D and Gessler, A and Giagu, S and Giakoumopoulou, V and Giannetti, P and Gibson, K and Gimmell, JL and Ginsburg, CM and Giokaris, N and Giordani, M and Giromini, P and Giunta,
             M and Giurgiu, G and Glagolev, V and Glenzinski, D and Gold, M and Goldschmidt, N and Golossanov, A and Gomez, G and Gomez-Ceballos, G and Goncharov, M and González, O and Gorelov, I and Goshaw, AT and Goulianos, K and Gresele, A and Grinstein, S and Grosso-Pilcher, C and Grundler, U and Guimaraes da Costa and J and Gunay-Unalan, Z and Haber,
             C and Hahn, K and Hahn, SR and Halkiadakis, E and Han, B-Y and Han, JY and Handler, R and Happacher, F and Hara, K and Hare, D and Hare, M and Harper,
             S and Harr, RF and Harris, RM and Hartz, M and Hatakeyama, K and Hauser, J and Hays, C and Heck, M and Heijboer, A and Heinemann, B and Heinrich, J and Henderson, C and Herndon, M and Heuser, J and Hewamanage, S and Hidas,
             D and Hill, CS and Hirschbuehl, D and Hocker, A and Hou, S and Houlden, M and Hsu, S-C and Huffman, BT and Hughes, RE and Husemann, U and Huston, J and Incandela, J and Introzzi, G and Iori, M and Ivanov, A and James, E and Jayatilaka, B and Jeon, EJ and Jha, MK and Jindariani, S and Johnson, W and Jones, M and Joo, KK and Jun, SY and Jung, JE and Junk, TR and Kamon, T and Kar, D and Karchin, PE and Kato, Y and Kephart, R and Keung, J and Khotilovich, V and Kilminster, B and Kim, DH and Kim, HS and Kim, JE and Kim, MJ and Kim, SB and Kim, SH and Kim, YK and Kimura, N and Kirsch, L and Klimenko, S and Knuteson, B and Ko, BR and Koay, SA and Kondo, K and Kong,
             DJ and Konigsberg, J and Korytov, A and Kotwal, AV and Kreps, M and Kroll,
             J and Krop, D and Krumnack, N and Kruse, M and Krutelyov, V and Kubo, T and Kuhr, T and Kulkarni, NP and Kurata, M and Kusakabe, Y and Kwang, S and Laasanen, AT and Lami, S and Lammel, S and Lancaster, M and Lander, RL and Lannon, K and Lath, A and Latino, G and Lazzizzera, I and LeCompte, T and Lee, E and Lee, SW and Leone, S and Lewis, JD and Lin, CS and Linacre, J and Lindgren, M and Lipeles, E and Lister, A and Litvintsev, DO and Liu, C and Liu, T and Lockyer, NS and Loginov, A and Loreti, M and Lovas, L and Lu,
             R-S and Lucchesi, D and Lueck, J and Luci, C and Lujan, P and Lukens, P and Lungu, G and Lyons, L and Lys, J and Lysak, R and Lytken, E and Mack, P and MacQueen, D and Madrak, R and Maeshima, K and Makhoul, K and Maki, T and Maksimovic, P and Malde, S and Malik, S and Manca, G and Manousakis-Katsikakis, A and Margaroli, F and Marino, C and Marino,
             CP and Martin, A and Martin, V and Martínez, M and Martínez-Ballarín,
             R and Maruyama, T and Mastrandrea, P and Masubuchi, T and Mattson, ME and Mazzanti, P and McFarland, KS and McIntyre, P and McNulty, R and Mehta,
             A and Mehtala, P and Menzione, A and Merkel, P and Mesropian, C and Miao,
             T and Miladinovic, N and Miller, R and Mills, C and Milnik, M and Mitra, A and Mitselmakher, G and Miyake, H and Moggi, N and Moon, CS and Moore, R and Morello, MJ and Morlok, J and Movilla Fernandez and P and Mülmenstädt,
             J and Mukherjee, A and Muller, T and Mumford, R and Murat, P and Mussini,
             M and Nachtman, J and Nagai, Y and Nagano, A and Naganoma, J and Nakamura,
             K and Nakano, I and Napier, A and Necula, V and Neu, C and Neubauer, MS and Nielsen, J and Nodulman, L and Norman, M and Norniella, O and Nurse, E and Oakes, L and Oh, SH and Oh, YD and Oksuzian, I and Okusawa, T and Orava, R and Osterberg, K and Griso, SP and Pagliarone, C and Palencia, E and Papadimitriou, V and Papaikonomou, A and Paramonov, AA and Parks, B and Pashapour, S and Patrick, J and Pauletta, G and Paulini, M and Paus, C and Pellett, DE and Penzo, A and Phillips, TJ and Piacentino, G and Pianori,
             E and Pinera, L and Pitts, K and Plager, C and Pondrom, L and Poukhov, O and Pounder, N and Prakoshyn, F and Pronko, A and Proudfoot, J and Ptohos,
             F and Pueschel, E and Punzi, G and Pursley, J and Rademacker, J and Rahaman, A and Ramakrishnan, V and Ranjan, N and Redondo, I and Reisert,
             B and Rekovic, V and Renton, P and Rescigno, M and Richter, S and Rimondi,
             F and Ristori, L and Robson, A and Rodrigo, T and Rodriguez, T and Rogers,
             E and Rolli, S and Roser, R and Rossi, M and Rossin, R and Roy, P and Ruiz, A and Russ, J and Rusu, V and Saarikko, H and Safonov, A and Sakumoto, WK and Saltó, O and Saltzberg, D and Santi, L and Sarkar, S and Sartori, L and Sato, K and Savoy-Navarro, A and Scheidle, T and Schlabach, P and Schmidt, A and Schmidt, EE and Schmidt, MA and Schmidt, MP and Schmitt,
             M and Schwarz, T and Scodellaro, L and Scott, AL and Scribano, A and Scuri,
             F and Sedov, A and Seidel, S and Seiya, Y and Semenov, A and Sexton-Kennedy, L and Sfyrla, A and Shalhout, SZ and Shears, T and Shepard, PF and Sherman, D and Shimojima, M and Shiraishi, S and Shochet, M and Shon, Y and Shreyber, I and Sidoti, A and Sinervo, P and Sisakyan, A and Slaughter, AJ and Slaunwhite, J and Sliwa, K and Smith,
             JR and Snider, FD and Snihur, R and Soha, A and Somalwar, S and Sorin, V and Spalding, J and Spreitzer, T and Squillacioti, P and Stanitzki, M and St
             Denis, R and Stelzer, B et al.},
   Title = {Search for the flavor-changing neutral-current decay t-->Zq
             in pp collisions at sqrt[s] = 1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {101},
   Number = {19},
   Pages = {192002},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/physrevlett.101.192002},
   Abstract = {We report a search for the flavor-changing neutral-current
             decay of the top quark t-->Zq (q=u, c) in pp collisions at
             sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV using a data sample corresponding to an
             integrated luminosity of 1.9 fb(-1) collected by the CDF II
             detector. This decay is strongly suppressed in the standard
             model and an observation of a signal at the Fermilab
             Tevatron would be an indication of physics beyond the
             standard model. Using Z+ > or = 4 jet final state candidate
             events, with and without an identified bottom quark jet, we
             obtain an upper limit of B(t-->Zq) < 3.7% at 95%
             C.L.},
   Doi = {10.1103/physrevlett.101.192002},
   Key = {fds308006}
}

@article{fds308005,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BA and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley,
             M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et al.},
   Title = {Forward-backward asymmetry in top-quark production in
             pp[over] collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {101},
   Number = {20},
   Pages = {202001},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.202001},
   Abstract = {We present measurements of the forward-backward charge
             asymmetry in top pair production using 1.9 fb;{-1} of
             pp[over ] collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV recorded with the
             Collider Detector at Fermilab II. Correcting for acceptance
             and measurement dilutions we obtain parton-level asymmetries
             of A_{FB};{pp[over ]}=0.17+/-0.08 in the pp[over ] frame and
             A_{FB};{tt[over ]}=0.24+/-0.14 in the tt[over ] frame. The
             values are consistent with the standard model expectation
             and disfavor exotic production mechanisms with significant
             negative values.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.202001},
   Key = {fds308005}
}

@article{fds308002,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar, P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini,
             G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for supersymmetry in pp collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96
             TeV Using the trilepton signature for chargino-neutralino
             production.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {101},
   Number = {25},
   Pages = {251801},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.251801},
   Abstract = {We use the three lepton and missing energy trilepton
             signature to search for chargino-neutralino production with
             2.0 fb;{-1} of integrated luminosity collected by the CDF II
             experiment at the Tevatron pp[over ] collider. We expect an
             excess of approximately 11 supersymmetric events for a
             choice of parameters of the mSUGRA model, but our
             observation of 7 events is consistent with the standard
             model expectation of 6.4 events. We constrain the mSUGRA
             model of supersymmetry and rule out chargino masses up to
             145 GeV/c;{2} for a specific choice of parameters.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.251801},
   Key = {fds308002}
}

@article{fds308003,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar, P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini,
             G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the single-top-quark production cross section
             at CDF.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {101},
   Number = {25},
   Pages = {252001},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.252001},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the single-top-quark production
             cross section in 2.2 fb;{-1} of pp collision data collected
             by the Collider Detector at Fermilab at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV.
             Candidate events are classified as signal-like by three
             parallel analyses which use likelihood, matrix element, and
             neural network discriminants. These results are combined in
             order to improve the sensitivity. We observe a signal
             consistent with the standard model prediction, but
             inconsistent with the background-only model by 3.7 standard
             deviations with a median expected sensitivity of 4.9
             standard deviations. We measure a cross section of
             2.2(-0.6)(+0.7)(stat+syst) pb, extract the
             Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix-element value
             |V(tb)|=0.88(-0.12)(+0.13)(stat+syst)+/-0.07(theory), and
             set the limit |V(tb)|>0.66 at the 95% C.L.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.252001},
   Key = {fds308003}
}

@article{fds308004,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar, P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini,
             G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for the Higgs boson produced in association with
             Z-->l+l in pp collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96
             TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {101},
   Number = {25},
   Pages = {251803},
   Year = {2008},
   Month = {December},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.251803},
   Abstract = {We present a search for the Higgs boson in the process
             qq-->ZH-->l;{+}l;{-}bb[over ]. The analysis uses an
             integrated luminosity of 1 fb;{-1} of pp[over ] collisions
             produced at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV and accumulated by the upgraded
             Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF II). We employ artificial
             neural networks both to correct jets mismeasured in the
             calorimeter and to distinguish the signal kinematic
             distributions from those of the background. We see no
             evidence for Higgs boson production, and set 95% C.L. upper
             limits on sigma{ZH}B(H-->bb[over ]), ranging from 1.5 to 1.2
             pb for a Higgs boson mass (m{H}) of 110 to 150
             GeV/c(2).},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.251803},
   Key = {fds308004}
}

@article{fds307965,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov,
             A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for hadronic decays of W and Z bosons in photon
             events in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {80},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.80.052011},
   Abstract = {We report on a search for the process pp̄→γ+W/Z with
             W/Z→qq̄ in events containing two jets and a photon at the
             center-of-mass energy s=1.96TeV, using 184pb-1 of data
             collected by the CDF II detector. A neural network event
             selection has been developed to optimize the rejection of
             the large QCD production background; it is shown that this
             method gives a significant improvement in both
             signal-to-noise ratio and signal sensitivity, as compared
             with an event selection based on conventional cuts. An upper
             limit is presented for the γ+W/Z production cross section
             with the W and Z decaying hadronically. © 2009 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.80.052011},
   Key = {fds307965}
}

@article{fds307967,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley,
             M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the fraction of tt̄ production via
             gluon-gluon fusion in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {3},
   Year = {2009},
   ISSN = {1550-7998},
   url = {http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcApp=PARTNER_APP&SrcAuth=LinksAMR&KeyUT=WOS:000263816600001&DestLinkType=FullRecord&DestApp=ALL_WOS&UsrCustomerID=47d3190e77e5a3a53558812f597b0b92},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the ratio of the tt̄ production
             cross section via gluon-gluon fusion to the total tt̄
             production cross section in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV at
             the Tevatron. Using a data sample with an integrated
             luminosity of 955pb-1 recorded by the CDF II detector at
             Fermilab, we select events based on the tt̄ decay to
             lepton+jets. Using an artificial neural network technique we
             discriminate between tt̄ events produced via qq̄
             annihilation and gg fusion, and find Gf=σ(gg→tt̄)/
             σ(pp̄→tt̄)&lt;0.33 at the 68% confidence level. This
             result is combined with a previous measurement to obtain the
             most stringent measurement of this quantity by CDF to date,
             Gf=0.07-0.07+0.15. © 2009 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.031101},
   Key = {fds307967}
}

@article{fds307968,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley,
             M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et al.},
   Title = {Erratum: Measurement of the inclusive jet cross section at
             the Fermilab Tevatron pp̄ collider using a cone-based jet
             algorithm (Physical Review D (2008) 78 (052006))},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.79.119902},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.119902},
   Key = {fds307968}
}

@article{fds307969,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar,
             P and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley,
             M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I et al.},
   Title = {Search for the rare decays B+→μ+μ-K+, B0→μ+μ-
             K*(892)0, and Bs0→μ+μ- at CDF},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.79.011104},
   Abstract = {We search for b→sμ+μ- transitions in B meson (B+, B0, or
             Bs0) decays with 924pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV
             collected with the CDF II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron.
             We find excesses with significances of 4.5, 2.9, and 2.4
             standard deviations in the B+→μ+μ-K+,
             B0→μ+μ-K*(892)0, and Bs0→μ+μ- decay modes,
             respectively. Using B→J/ψh (h=K+, K*(892)0,) decays as
             normalization channels, we report branching fractions for
             the previously observed B+ and B0 decays,
             B(B+→μ+μ-K+)=(0.59±0.15±0. 04)×10-6, and
             B(B0→μ+μ-K*(892)0)=(0.81±0. 30±0.10)×10-6, where the
             first uncertainty is statistical, and the second is
             systematic. We set an upper limit on the relative branching
             fraction B(Bs0→μ+μ-)/B(Bs0→J/ψ)&lt;2.6(2.3)×10-3 at
             the 95(90)% confidence level, which is the most stringent to
             date. © 2009 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.011104},
   Key = {fds307969}
}

@article{fds307973,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher,
             D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE et al.},
   Title = {Erratum: Search for high-mass e+e- Resonances in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV (Physical Review Letters (2009) 102
             (031801))},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {102},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.059901},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.059901},
   Key = {fds307973}
}

@article{fds307974,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher,
             D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE et al.},
   Title = {First simultaneous measurement of the top quark mass in the
             lepton+jets and dilepton channels at CDF},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {9},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.79.092005},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the mass of the top quark using
             data corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 1.9fb-1 of
             pp̄ collisions collected at s=1.96TeV with the CDF II
             detector at Fermilab's Tevatron. This is the first
             measurement of the top quark mass using top-antitop pair
             candidate events in the lepton+jets and dilepton decay
             channels simultaneously. We reconstruct two observables in
             each channel and use a nonparametric kernel density
             estimation technique to derive two-dimensional probability
             density functions from simulated signal and background
             samples. The observables are the top quark mass and the
             invariant mass of two jets from the W decay in the
             lepton+jets channel, and the top quark mass and the scalar
             sum of transverse energy of the event in the dilepton
             channel. We perform a simultaneous fit for the top quark
             mass and the jet energy scale, which is constrained in situ
             by the hadronic W boson mass. Using 332 lepton+jets
             candidate events and 144 dilepton candidate events, we
             measure the top quark mass to be Mtop=171.9±1.
             7(stat+JES)±1.1(othersyst)GeV/c2=171.9±2.0GeV/c2. © 2009
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.092005},
   Key = {fds307974}
}

@article{fds307975,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and González,
             BÁ and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos,
             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher, D and Behari,
             S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C et al.},
   Title = {Search for exclusive Z-boson production and observation of
             high-mass pp̄→pγγp̄→pl+l-p̄ events in pp̄
             collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {102},
   Number = {22},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.222002},
   Abstract = {This Letter presents a search for exclusive Z boson
             production in proton-antiproton collisions at s=1.96TeV,
             using the CDFII detector. No exclusive Z→l+l- candidates
             are observed and the first upper limit on the exclusive Z
             cross section in hadron collisions is found to be
             σexcl(Z)&lt;0.96pb at 95% confidence level. In addition,
             eight candidate exclusive dilepton events from the process
             pp̄→pγγp̄ →pl+l-p̄ are observed, and a measurement
             of the cross section for Mll&gt;40GeV/c2 and |ηl|&lt;4 is
             found to be σ=0.24-0.10+0.13pb, which is consistent with
             the standard model prediction. © 2009 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.222002},
   Key = {fds307975}
}

@article{fds307981,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and González, BÁ and Amerio,
             S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher,
             D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C et al.},
   Title = {Search for new particles decaying into dijets in
             proton-antiproton collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.79.112002},
   Abstract = {We present a search for new particles which produce narrow
             two-jet (dijet) resonances using proton-antiproton collision
             data corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 1.13fb-1
             collected with the CDFA II detector. The measured dijet mass
             spectrum is found to be consistent with next-to-leading-order
             perturbative QCD predictions, and no significant evidence of
             new particles is found. We set upper limits at the 95%
             confidence level on cross sections times the branching
             fraction for the production of new particles decaying into
             dijets with both jets having a rapidity magnitude |y| &lt;1.
             These limits are used to determine the mass exclusions for
             the excited quark, axigluon, flavor-universal coloron, E6
             diquark, color-octet techni-ρ, W′, and Z′. © 2009 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.112002},
   Key = {fds307981}
}

@article{fds307982,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and González, BÁ and Amerio,
             S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher,
             D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the tt̄ production cross section in 2fb-1 of
             pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV using lepton plus jets events
             with soft muon b tagging},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {5},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.79.052007},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the tt̄ production cross
             section in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV using events
             containing a high transverse momentum electron or muon,
             three or more jets, and missing transverse energy. Events
             consistent with tt̄ decay are found by identifying jets
             containing candidate heavy-flavor semileptonic decays to
             muons. The measurement uses a CDF run II data sample
             corresponding to 2fb-1 of integrated luminosity. Based on
             248 candidate events with three or more jets and an expected
             background of 79.5±5.3 events, we measure a production
             cross section of 9.1±1.6pb. © 2009 The American Physical
             Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.052007},
   Key = {fds307982}
}

@article{fds307983,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and González, BÁ and Amerio,
             S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher,
             D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C et al.},
   Title = {First measurement of the tt̄ differential cross section
             dσ/dMtt̄ in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {102},
   Number = {22},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.222003},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the tt̄ differential cross
             section with respect to the tt̄ invariant mass, dσ/dMtt̄,
             in pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV using an integrated
             luminosity of 2.7fb-1 collected by the CDF II experiment.
             The tt̄ invariant mass spectrum is sensitive to a variety
             of exotic particles decaying into tt̄ pairs. The result is
             consistent with the standard model expectation, as modeled
             by PYTHIA with CTEQ5L parton distribution functions. © 2009
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.222003},
   Key = {fds307983}
}

@article{fds307984,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and González, BÁ and Amerio,
             S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher,
             D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the top quark mass at CDF using the "neutrino
             ø weighting" template method on a lepton plus isolated
             track sample},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {7},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.79.072005},
   Abstract = {We present a measurement of the top quark mass with tt̄
             dilepton events produced in pp̄ collisions at the Fermilab
             Tevatron (s=1.96TeV) and collected by the CDF II detector. A
             sample of 328 events with a charged electron or muon and an
             isolated track, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of
             2.9fb-1, are selected as tt̄ candidates. To account for the
             unconstrained event kinematics, we scan over the phase space
             of the azimuthal angles (ν1,ν2) of neutrinos and
             reconstruct the top quark mass for each ν1, ν2 pair by
             minimizing a χ2 function in the tt̄ dilepton hypothesis.
             We assign χ2-dependent weights to the solutions in order to
             build a preferred mass for each event. Preferred mass
             distributions (templates) are built from simulated tt̄ and
             background events, and parametrized in order to provide
             continuous probability density functions. A likelihood fit
             to the mass distribution in data as a weighted sum of signal
             and background probability density functions gives a top
             quark mass of 165.5-3.3+3.4(stat)±3. 1(syst)GeV/c2. © 2009
             The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.072005},
   Key = {fds307984}
}

@article{fds307993,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and González, BÁ and Amerio,
             S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Barria, P and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher,
             D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C et al.},
   Title = {Measurement of particle production and inclusive
             differential cross sections in pp̄ collisions at
             s=1.96TeV},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.79.112005},
   Abstract = {We report a set of measurements of particle production in
             inelastic pp̄ collisions collected with a minimum-bias
             trigger at the Tevatron Collider with the CDF II experiment.
             The inclusive charged particle transverse momentum
             differential cross section is measured, with improved
             precision, over a range about ten times wider than in
             previous measurements. The former modeling of the spectrum
             appears to be incompatible with the high particle momenta
             observed. The dependence of the charged particle transverse
             momentum on the event particle multiplicity is analyzed to
             study the various components of hadron interactions. This is
             one of the observable variables most poorly reproduced by
             the available Monte Carlo generators. A first measurement of
             the event transverse energy sum differential cross section
             is also reported. A comparison with a pythia prediction at
             the hadron level is performed. The inclusive
             charged-particle differential production cross section is
             fairly well reproduced only in the transverse momentum range
             available from previous measurements. At higher momentum the
             agreement is poor. The transverse energy sum is poorly
             reproduced over the whole spectrum. The dependence of the
             charged particle transverse momentum on the particle
             multiplicity needs the introduction of more sophisticated
             particle production mechanisms, such as multiple parton
             interactions, in order to be better explained. © 2009 The
             American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.112005},
   Key = {fds307993}
}

@article{fds307994,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and González, BÁ and Amerio,
             S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Barria, P and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher,
             D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C et al.},
   Title = {Evidence for a narrow near-threshold structure in the J/ψ
             mass spectrum in B+→J/ψ K+ decays},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {102},
   Number = {24},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.242002},
   Abstract = {Evidence is reported for a narrow structure near the J/ψ
             threshold in exclusive B+→J/ψ K+ decays produced in p̄p
             collisions at s=1.96TeV. A signal of 14±5 events, with
             statistical significance in excess of 3.8 standard
             deviations, is observed in a data sample corresponding to an
             integrated luminosity of 2.7fb-1, collected by the CDF II
             detector. The mass and natural width of the structure are
             measured to be 4143.0±2.9(stat) ±1.2(syst)MeV/c2 and
             11.7-5.0+8.3(stat)±3.7(syst)MeV/c2. © 2009 The American
             Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.242002},
   Key = {fds307994}
}

@article{fds308000,
   Author = {Abulencia, A and Adelman, J and Affolder, T and Akimoto, T and Albrow,
             MG and Ambrose, D and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Anikeev, K and Annovi, A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Arguin, J-F and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal,
             A and Azfar, F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Bedeschi, F and Behari, S and Belforte, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J et
             al.},
   Title = {Measurement of the ratio of branching fractions B(B±→J/
             ψπ±)/B(B±→J/ψK±)},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {11},
   Year = {2009},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.79.112003},
   Abstract = {We report a measurement of the ratio of branching fractions
             of the decays B±→J/ψπ± and B±→J/ψK± using the CDF
             II detector at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider. The signal
             from the Cabbibo-suppressed B±→J/ψπ± decay is
             separated from B±→J/ψK± using the B±→J/ψK±
             invariant mass distribution and the kinematical differences
             of the hadron track in the two decay modes. From a sample of
             220pb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV, we observe 91±15
             B±→J/ψπ± events together with 1883±34 B±→J/ψK±
             events. The ratio of branching fractions is found to be
             B(B±→J/ψπ±)/ B(B±→J/ψK±)=(4.86±0.82(stat)±0.15(syst))%.
             © 2009 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.112003},
   Key = {fds308000}
}

@article{fds308001,
   Author = {Hays, C and Kotwal, A and Stelzer-Chilton, O},
   Title = {New techniques in the search for Z' bosons and other neutral
             resonances},
   Journal = {Modern Physics Letters A},
   Volume = {24},
   Number = {30},
   Pages = {2387-2403},
   Year = {2009},
   Month = {Fall},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S021773230903179X},
   Abstract = {The search for neutral resonances at the energy frontier has
             a long and illustrious history, resulting in multiple
             discoveries. The canonical search scans the reconstructed
             invariant mass distribution of identified fermion pairs. Two
             recent analyses from the CDF experiment at the Fermilab
             Tevatron have applied novel methods to resonance searches.
             One analysis uses simulated templates to fit the inverse
             mass distribution of muon pairs, a quantity with
             approximately constant resolution for momenta measured with
             a tracking detector. The other analysis measures the angular
             distribution of electron pairs as a function of dielectron
             mass, gaining sensitivity over a probe of the mass spectrum
             alone. After reviewing several models that predict new
             neutral resonances, we discuss these CDF analyses and
             potential future applications. © 2009 World Scientific
             Publishing Company.},
   Doi = {10.1142/S021773230903179X},
   Key = {fds308001}
}

@article{fds307976,
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             J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett,
             W and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Bhatti, A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE and Blocker, C and Blumenfeld, B and Bocci, A and Bodek, A and Boisvert, V and Bolla, G and Bortoletto, D and Boudreau, J and Boveia, A and Brau, B and Bridgeman, A and Brigliadori, L and Bromberg, C and Brubaker, E and Budagov, J and Budd, HS and Budd, S and Burke, S and Burkett, K and Busetto, G and Bussey, P and Buzatu, A and Byrum, KL and Cabrera, S and Calancha, C and Campanelli, M and Campbell, M and Canelli, F and Canepa,
             A and Carls, B and Carlsmith, D and Carosi, R and Carrillo, S and Carron,
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             GA and Thomson, E et al.},
   Title = {Global search for new physics with at CDF},
   Journal = {Physical Review D},
   Volume = {79},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2009},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.79.011101},
   Abstract = {Data collected in run II of the Fermilab Tevatron are
             searched for indications of new electroweak-scale physics.
             Rather than focusing on particular new physics scenarios,
             CDF data are analyzed for discrepancies with the standard
             model prediction. A model-independent approach (Vista)
             considers gross features of the data, and is sensitive to
             new large cross-section physics. Further sensitivity to new
             physics is provided by two additional algorithms: a Bump
             Hunter searches invariant mass distributions for "bumps"
             that could indicate resonant production of new particles,
             and the Sleuth procedure scans for data excesses at large
             summed transverse momentum. This combined global search for
             new physics in 2.0fb-1 of pp̄ collisions at s=1.96TeV
             reveals no indication of physics beyond the standard model.
             © 2009 The American Physical Society.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.79.011101},
   Key = {fds307976}
}

@article{fds307964,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti,
             A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for a Higgs boson decaying to two W bosons at
             CDF.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {102},
   Number = {2},
   Pages = {021802},
   Year = {2009},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.021802},
   Abstract = {We present a search for a Higgs boson decaying to two W
             bosons in pp[over ] collisions at sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV
             center-of-mass energy. The data sample corresponds to an
             integrated luminosity of 3.0 fb;(-1) collected with the CDF
             II detector. We find no evidence for production of a Higgs
             boson with mass between 110 and 200 GeV/c;(2), and determine
             upper limits on the production cross section. For the mass
             of 160 GeV/c;(2), where the analysis is most sensitive, the
             observed (expected) limit is 0.7 pb (0.9 pb) at 95% Bayesian
             credibility level which is 1.7 (2.2) times the standard
             model cross section.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.021802},
   Key = {fds307964}
}

@article{fds307963,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa, T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar, F and Azzurri, P and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Beecher, D and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger, J and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Bhatti,
             A and Binkley, M and Bisello, D and Bizjak, I and Blair, RE et
             al.},
   Title = {Search for high-mass e+e- resonances in pp collisions at
             sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV.},
   Journal = {Physical Review Letters},
   Volume = {102},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {031801},
   Year = {2009},
   Month = {January},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.031801},
   Abstract = {A search for high-mass resonances in the e+e- final state is
             presented based on 2.5 fb(-1) of sqrt[s]=1.96 TeV pp
             collision data from the CDF II detector at the Fermilab
             Tevatron. The largest excess over the standard model
             prediction is at an e+e- invariant mass of 240 GeV/c2. The
             probability of observing such an excess arising from
             fluctuations in the standard model anywhere in the mass
             range of 150-1000 GeV/c2 is 0.6% (equivalent to 2.5sigma).
             We exclude the standard model coupling Z' and the
             Randall-Sundrum graviton for k/MPl=0.1 with masses below 963
             and 848 GeV/c2 at the 95% credibility level,
             respectively.},
   Doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.031801},
   Key = {fds307963}
}

@article{fds307961,
   Author = {Aaltonen, T and Adelman, J and Akimoto, T and Albrow, MG and Alvarez
             González, B and Amerio, S and Amidei, D and Anastassov, A and Annovi,
             A and Antos, J and Aoki, M and Apollinari, G and Apresyan, A and Arisawa,
             T and Artikov, A and Ashmanskas, W and Attal, A and Aurisano, A and Azfar,
             F and Azzi-Bacchetta, P and Azzurri, P and Bacchetta, N and Badgett, W and Barbaro-Galtieri, A and Barnes, VE and Barnett, BA and Baroiant, S and Bar-Shalom, S and Bartsch, V and Bauer, G and Beauchemin, P-H and Bedeschi, F and Bednar, P and Behari, S and Bellettini, G and Bellinger,
             J and Belloni, A and Benjamin, D and Beretvas, A and Beringer, J and Berry,