Increasing the AGS polarization: Ann Arbor, Michigan, 6-9 November 2002

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 The Ann Arbor Workshop on Increasing the AGS Polarization discusses the surprising spin effects discovered at lower energy accelerators, making the new multi-hundred-GeV RHIC polarized proton collider especially important. The four Siberian snakes in the two RHIC rings successfully preserved most polarization during acceleration and storage; RHIC's main problem was the low polarization injected from the AGS. The Workshop determined a quick and practical plan for increasing the AGS polarization by using three techniques to overcome the three types of depolarizing resonances.

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Contents

First Polarized Proton Collisions at RHIC
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Thoughts and Facts from the AGS Polarized Proton Runs during
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Overcoming Intrinsic and Coupling Spin Resonances in the AGS
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