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Cashmore, R J and Hey, A J G (1972) Method of Partial Wave Analysis for Reactions of the type a+b c+d+e


Foss, A.P.O., Shawe-Taylor, J. and Whitworth, D.P.D. (1972) Search for a Trans-Plutonian Planet Nature, 239, (5370), p. 266.

Fox, G C and Hey, A J G (1972) Non-Diffractive Production of the L= 1 Meson Resonances


Hanna, DC (1972) Reliable operation of a proustite parametric oscillator Applied Physics Letters

Heimann, R L, Hey, A J G and Mandula, J E (1972) Sum Rules for Real Parts of Current Particle Scattering Amplitudes

Henderson, P. (1972) Derived semantics for some programming language constructs Communications of the ACM, 15, (ll), pp. 967-973.

Henderson, P. and Snowdon, R. A. (1972) An experiment in structured programming BIT, 12, (4), pp. 38-53.

Hey, A J G and Mandula, J E (1972) Light-Cone Analysis of Spin Dependent Deep Inelastic Electron-Proton Scattering

Hughes, J.F. (1972) Electrostatic Hazards in Supertanker Cleaning Operations Nature, 235, (18), pp. 381-3.


Steele, R and Passot, M (1972) Slope-Limiter Model of a Delta Modulator in Slope overload with Gaussian Input Signals At Joint Conference in Digital Processing of Signals in Communications. , pp. 285-304.

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