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In addition to their papers, CHEP authors have kindly provided in many cases an electronic copy of their presentation overheads. These overheads are accessible from each abstract where the button "slides" appears. In most cases, these hypertext links will take you to a gallery of slide-like images. Occasionally you may find presentations more in the nature of html-formatted papers.
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No guarantee is made of the future relevance or appropriateness of content at these web sites, however.
This hypertext link gives you a list of authors for all papers ordered alphabetically by their lastname.
A table of papers, abstracts and slides presented in the plenary sessions for Monday through Friday.
A table of summary talks presented on Thursday April 10, 1997 and Friday April 11, 1997.
A table of papers, abstracts and slides presented in the plenary sessions for Monday through Thursday.
A list of papers contributed to the poster session. They are ordered by topic.
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We would like to acknowlege the benefit we have received from the CHEP95 CDROM in providing the contents for much of CHEP97 Notes and certain other sections.
Particular thanks go to Kai Vieregge from DECOM and Benedikt Hain from the Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen Potsdam-Babelsberg who carried out the video recording of the plenary and summary sessions.
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