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Within the paper a description of communication model of plug-in based emuStudio emulation platform is given. The platform mentioned above allows the emulation of whole computer systems, configurable to the level of its components, represented by the plug-in modules of the platform. Development tasks still are in progress at the home institution of the authors. Read More

We present an updated study of the systematic errors in the measurements of the electroweak boson cross-sections at the LHC for various experimental cuts for a center of mass energy of 7, 10 and 14 TeV. The size of both electroweak and NNLO QCD contributions are estimated, together with the systematic error from the parton distributions. The effects of new versions of the MSTW, CTEQ, and NNPDF PDFs are considered. Read More

We study the sources of systematic errors in the measurement of the W to lepton and neutrino cross-sections at the LHC. We consider the systematic errors in both the total cross-section and acceptance for anticipated experimental cuts. We include the best available analysis of QCD effects at NNLO in assessing the effect of higher order corrections and PDF and scale uncertainties on the theoretical acceptance. Read More

This report summarizes the activity on comparisons of existings tools for the standard model and on issues in jet physics by the SMHC working group during and subsequent to the Workshop "Physics at TeV Colliders", Les Houches, France, 11-29 June, 2007. Read More

We study the sources of systematic errors in the measurement of the Z to ll cross-sections at the LHC. We consider the systematic errors in both the total cross-section and acceptance for anticipated experimental cuts. We include the best available analysis of QCD effects at NNLO in assessing the effect of higher order corrections and PDF and scale uncertainties on the theoretical acceptance. Read More

We study semileptonic B decay to the exclusive charmless states pi, rho/omega, eta and eta' using the 16 fb-1 CLEO Upsilon(4S) data sample. We find B(B^0 -> pi^-l^+nu) = (1.37 +- 0. Read More

We report preliminary measurements of absolute hadronic branching fractions of Ds mesons determined using a double tag technique. These measurements are from 195 pb^{-1} of e+e- collisions recorded at center of mass energies near 4.17 GeV with the CLEO-c detector at CESR. Read More

We present measurements of the inclusive branching fractions for the decays D^+ -> X e^+ nu_e and D^0 -> X e^+ nu_e, using 281 pb^-1 of data collected on the psi(3770) resonance with the CLEO-c detector. We find Br(D^0 ->Xe^+\nu_e) = (6.46 \pm 0. Read More

We observe signals for the decays psi(3770)--> X J/psi from data acquired with the CLEO detector operating at the CESR e^+e^- collider with sqrt{s}=3773 MeV. We measure the following branching fractions B(psi(3770)--> XJ/psi) and significances: (189 +- 20 +- 20) x 10^-5 (11.6sigma) for X=pi^+pi^-, (80 +- 25 +- 16) x 10^-5 (3. Read More

We describe new measurements of the inclusive and exclusive branching fractions for Psi(2S) transitions to J/Psi using e+e- collision data collected with the CLEO detector operating at CESR. All branching fractions and ratios of branching fractions reported here represent either the most precise measurements to date or the first direct measurements. Indirectly and in combination with other CLEO measurements, we determine B(ChicJ --> gamma J/Psi) and B(Psi(2S) --> light hadrons). Read More

Using CLEO data collected from CESR e+e- collisions at the Psi(2S) resonance and nearby continuum at E_CM=3.67GeV, we report the first significantly non-zero measurements of light vector-pseudoscalar hadron pair production (including RhoPi, OmegaPi, RhoEta, and K*0K0bar) and the Pi+Pi-Pi0 final state, both from Psi(2S) decays and direct e+e- annihilation. Read More

After the successful conclusion of the CLEO III phase, the CLEO experiment at the Cornell Electron Positron Storage Ring CESR is preparing for its transition to CLEO-c. This new program contains a wide array of Physics studies at e+ e- collisions at center of mass energies between 3 GeV and 5 GeV that will provide new insights into QCD. Because the existing Silicon Vertex Detector needed to be replaced within a short time, a 6 layer vertex drift chamber has been installed in spring 2003. Read More

Using data collected on the Upsilon(4S) resonance and the nearby continuum by the CLEO detector at the Cornell Electron Storage Ring, we have searched for the semileptonic decay of B mesons to electron-antiproton inclusive final states. We obtain an upper limit of B(B-> pbar e nuebar X)<5.9e-4. Read More

In the Standard Model, the charged current of the weak interaction is governed by a unitary quark mixing matrix that also leads to CP violation. Measurement of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa (CKM) matrix elements is essential to searches for new physics, either through the structure of the CKM matrix, or a departure from unitarity. We determine the CKM matrix element |Vcb| using a sample of 3 x 10^6 B B-bar events in the CLEO detector at the Cornell Electron Storage Ring. Read More