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Please follow the links for the details of each experiment. Angular momentum eigenstates for N-N scattering, phase shift analysis of measured p-p and n-p Creation and annihilation operators for fermions, anti-commutators. These studies involve measurements of electromagnetic, strong, and weak processes, and are carried out at large national and international accelerators throughout the world. Following the inheritance of the analog data processing, some of the digital data processing algorithms perform similar tasks to the analog blocks; taking advantage of the digital information compiled in the ADCs.

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