Proceedings: Of the International Conference on Advanced Data Processing for Bubble and Spark Chambers, October 28-30, 1968
Richard J. Royston
Argonne National Laboratory, 1969 - Bubble chambers - 496 pages
This conference was concerned with the computer equipment and programs involved in the data collection and data processing for particle physics experiments. Topics include pattern recognition, ionization measurements, bubble chamber tracks, spark chamber spectrometry, and data reduction, among other topics.
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