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  1. Search for lepton flavour violating muon decay mediated by a new light particle in the MEG experiment 

    Baldini A.M.; Berg F.; Biasotti M.; et al. (2020)
    The European Physical Journal C
    © 2020, The Author(s). We present the first direct search for lepton flavour violating muon decay mediated by a new light particle X, μ+→e+X,X→γγ. This search uses a dataset resulting from 7.5 × 10 14 stopped muons collected by the MEG experiment at the Paul Scherrer Institut in the period 2009–2013. No significant excess is found in the mass region 20–45 MeV/c2 for lifetimes below 40 ps, and we set the most stringent branching ratio upper ...
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  2. Videofluoroscopic Evaluation of the Influence of a Gradually Reducing Femoral Radius on Joint Kinematics During Daily Activities in Total Knee Arthroplasty 

    List R.; Schütz P.; Angst M.; et al. (2020)
    Journal of Arthroplasty
    © 2020 The Authors Background: Paradoxical anterior translation in midflexion is reduced in total knee arthroplasties (TKAs) with a gradually reducing femoral radius, when compared to a 2-radii design. This reduction has been shown in finite element model simulations, in vitro tests, intraoperatively, and recently also in vivo during a lunge and unloaded flexion-extension. However, TKA kinematics are task dependent and this reduction has ...
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  3. Landscape evolution, post-LGM surface denudation and soil weathering processes from Dickinson Park mire, Wind River Range, Wyoming (USA) 

    Egli M.; Dahms D.; Dumitrescu M.; et al. (2020)
    Geomorphology
    © 2020 The Authors At mid-latitudes, the transition from the Pleistocene to the Holocene was characterised by distinct and partially abrupt climatic changes. Also during the Holocene, climatic perturbations, with sometimes cold-dry conditions, have occurred. How land surfaces and soil development processes in high-mountains respond to these climatic oscillations is so far only poorly known. We traced the responses of surfaces in the alpine ...
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  4. Formalizing the heterogeneity of the vehicle-driver system to reproduce traffic oscillations 

    Makridis M.; Leclercq L.; Ciuffo B.; et al. (2020)
    Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies
    © 2020 Elsevier Ltd Road traffic congestion is the result of various phenomena often of random nature and not directly observable with empirical experiments. This makes it difficult to clearly understand the empirically observed traffic instabilities. The vehicles’ acceleration/deceleration patterns are known to trigger instabilities in the traffic flow under congestion. It has been empirically observed that free-flow pockets or voids may ...
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  5. Integrating ecosystem services within spatial biodiversity conservation prioritization in the Alps 

    Ramel C.; Rey P.L.; Fernandes R.; et al. (2020)
    Ecosystem Services
    © 2020 Elsevier B.V. As anthropogenic degradation of biodiversity and ecosystems increases, so does the potential threat to the supply of ecosystem services, a key contribution of nature to people. Biodiversity has often been used in spatial conservation planning and has been regarded as one among multiple services delivered by ecosystems. Hence, biodiversity conservation planning should be integrated in a framework of prioritizing services ...
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