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The
ATLAS
collaboration
Aaboud, Morad
;
Aad, Georges
;
Abbott, Brad
;
*et al. *

Eur.Phys.J.C 78 (2018) 997, 2018.

https://inspirehep.net/literature/1686834
Inspire Record
1686834
DOI
10.17182/hepdata.84427
https://doi.org/10.17182/hepdata.84427
Measurements of the azimuthal anisotropy in lead-lead collisions at $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}} = 5.02$ TeV are presented using a data sample corresponding to 0.49 $\mathrm{nb}^{-1}$ integrated luminosity collected by the ATLAS experiment at the LHC in 2015. The recorded minimum-bias sample is enhanced by triggers for "ultra-central" collisions, providing an opportunity to perform detailed study of flow harmonics in the regime where the initial state is dominated by fluctuations. The anisotropy of the charged-particle azimuthal angle distributions is characterized by the Fourier coefficients, $v_{2}-v_{7}$, which are measured using the two-particle correlation, scalar-product and event-plane methods. The goal of the paper is to provide measurements of the differential as well as integrated flow harmonics $v_{n}$ over wide ranges of the transverse momentum, 0.5 $

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The ratio of V2{SP} over V2{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 0-5%

The ratio of V2{SP} over V2{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 20-30%

The ratio of V2{SP} over V2{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 40-50%

The ratio of V3{SP} over V3{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 0-5%

The ratio of V3{SP} over V3{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 20-30%

The ratio of V3{SP} over V3{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 40-50%

The ratio of V4{SP} over V4{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 0-5%

The ratio of V4{SP} over V4{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 20-30%

The ratio of V4{SP} over V4{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 40-50%

The ratio of V5{SP} over V5{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 0-5%

The ratio of V5{SP} over V5{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 20-30%

The ratio of V5{SP} over V5{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 40-50%

The ratio of V6{SP} over V6{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 0-5%

The ratio of V6{SP} over V6{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 20-30%

The ratio of V6{SP} over V6{EP} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 40-50%

The ratio of V2{SP} over V2{EP} as a funtion of MEAN(Npart) integrated over 0.5 < PT < 60 GeV

The ratio of V3{SP} over V3{EP} as a funtion of MEAN(Npart) integrated over 0.5 < PT < 60 GeV

The ratio of V4{SP} over V4{EP} as a funtion of MEAN(Npart) integrated over 0.5 < PT < 60 GeV

The ratio of V5{SP} over V5{EP} as a funtion of MEAN(Npart) integrated over 0.5 < PT < 60 GeV

The ratio of V6{SP} over V6{EP} as a funtion of MEAN(Npart) integrated over 0.5 < PT < 60 GeV

The ratio of V2{SP} over V2{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 0-5%

The ratio of V2{SP} over V2{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 20-30%

The ratio of V2{SP} over V2{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 40-50%

The ratio of V3{SP} over V3{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 0-5%

The ratio of V3{SP} over V3{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 20-30%

The ratio of V3{SP} over V3{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 40-50%

The ratio of V4{SP} over V4{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 0-5%

The ratio of V4{SP} over V4{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 20-30%

The ratio of V4{SP} over V4{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 40-50%

The ratio of V5{SP} over V5{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 0-5%

The ratio of V5{SP} over V5{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 20-30%

The ratio of V5{SP} over V5{2PC} as a funtion of transverse momentum in centrality bin 40-50%

The scaled-V2(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 0-5%

The scaled-V2(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 10-15%

The scaled-V2(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 20-25%

The scaled-V2(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 30-35%

The scaled-V2(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 40-45%

The scaled-V2(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 50-55%

The scaled-V3(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 0-5%

The scaled-V3(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 10-15%

The scaled-V3(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 20-25%

The scaled-V3(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 30-35%

The scaled-V3(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 40-45%

The scaled-V3(PT) measured with the two particle correlation method in centrality bin 50-55%

The PT scale factor for V2(PT) as a funtion of collision centrality

The PT scale factor for V3(PT) as a funtion of collision centrality

The V2 scale factor as a funtion of collision centrality

The V3 scale factor as a funtion of collision centrality

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Measurement of charged-particle spectra in Pb+Pb collisions at $\sqrt{{s}_\mathsf{{NN}}} = 2.76$ TeV with the ATLAS detector at the LHC
The
ATLAS
collaboration
Aad, Georges
;
Abbott, Brad
;
Abdallah, Jalal
;
*et al. *

JHEP 09 (2015) 050, 2015.

https://inspirehep.net/literature/1360290
Inspire Record
1360290
DOI
10.17182/hepdata.67531
https://doi.org/10.17182/hepdata.67531
Charged-particle spectra obtained in 0.15 nb${}^{-1}$ of Pb+Pb interactions at $\sqrt{{s}_\mathsf{{NN}}}=2.76$TeV and 4.2 pb${}^{-1}$ of pp interactions at $\sqrt{s}=2.76$ TeV with the ATLAS detector at the LHC are presented in a wide transverse momentum ($0.5 < p_{\mathrm{T}} < 150$ GeV) and pseudorapidity ($|\eta|<2$) range. For Pb+Pb collisions, the spectra are presented as a function of collision centrality, which is determined by the response of the forward calorimeter located on both sides of the interaction point. The nuclear modification factors $R_{\mathrm{AA}}$ and $R_{\mathrm{CP}}$ are presented in detail as function of centrality, $p_{\mathrm{T}}$ and $\eta$. They show a distinct $p_{\mathrm{T}}$-dependence with a pronounced minimum at about 7 GeV. Above 60 GeV, $R_{\mathrm{AA}}$ is consistent with a plateau at a centrality-dependent value, within the uncertainties. The value is $0.55\pm0.01(stat.)\pm0.04(syst.)$ in the most central collisions. The $R_{\mathrm{AA}}$ distribution is consistent with flat $|\eta|$ dependence over the whole transverse momentum range in all centrality classes.

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Charged-particle spectra for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different centrality intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different centrality intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 10).

Charged-particle spectra in different centrality intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different centrality intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 10).

Charged-particle spectra in different centrality intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different centrality intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 10).

Charged-particle spectra in different centrality intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different centrality intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Rcp in different centrality intervals.

Rcp in different centrality intervals (not shown in Fig. 12).

Rcp in different centrality intervals.

Rcp in different centrality intervals (not shown in Fig. 12).

Rcp in different centrality intervals.

Rcp in different centrality intervals (not shown in Fig. 12).

Rcp in different centrality intervals.

Raa in different centrality intervals.

Raa in different centrality intervals (not shown in Fig. 13).

Raa in different centrality intervals.

Raa in different centrality intervals (not shown in Fig. 13).

Raa in different centrality intervals.

Raa in different centrality intervals (not shown in Fig. 13).

Raa in different centrality intervals.

Raa in different centrality intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa.

Raa as a function of <Npart>.

Raa as a function of <Npart>.

Raa as a function of <Npart>.

Raa as a function of <Npart>.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for pp.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb (not shown in Fig. 17).

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Charged-particle spectra in different eta intervals for Pb+Pb.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals (not shown in Fig. 18).

Raa in different eta intervals.

Raa in different eta intervals.

The
ATLAS
collaboration
Aad, Georges
;
Abbott, Brad
;
Abdallah, Jalal
;
*et al. *

Phys.Rev.C 86 (2012) 014907, 2012.

https://inspirehep.net/literature/1093733
Inspire Record
1093733
DOI
10.17182/hepdata.59488
https://doi.org/10.17182/hepdata.59488
Differential measurements of charged particle azimuthal anisotropy are presented for lead-lead collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 2.76 TeV with the ATLAS detector at the LHC, based on an integrated luminosity of approximately 8 mb^-1. This anisotropy is characterized via a Fourier expansion of the distribution of charged particles in azimuthal angle (phi), with the coefficients v_n denoting the magnitude of the anisotropy. Significant v_2-v_6 values are obtained as a function of transverse momentum (0.5<pT<20 GeV), pseudorapidity (|eta|<2.5) and centrality using an event plane method. The v_n values for n>=3 are found to vary weakly with both eta and centrality, and their pT dependencies are found to follow an approximate scaling relation, v_n^{1/n}(pT) \propto v_2^{1/2}(pT). A Fourier analysis of the charged particle pair distribution in relative azimuthal angle (Dphi=phi_a-phi_b) is performed to extract the coefficients v_{n,n}=<cos (n Dphi)>. For pairs of charged particles with a large pseudorapidity gap (|Deta=eta_a-eta_b|>2) and one particle with pT<3 GeV, the v_{2,2}-v_{6,6} values are found to factorize as v_{n,n}(pT^a,pT^b) ~ v_n(pT^a)v_n(pT^b) in central and mid-central events. Such factorization suggests that these values of v_{2,2}-v_{6,6} are primarily due to the response of the created matter to the fluctuations in the geometry of the initial state. A detailed study shows that the v_{1,1}(pT^a,pT^b) data are consistent with the combined contributions from a rapidity-even v_1 and global momentum conservation. A two-component fit is used to extract the v_1 contribution. The extracted v_1 is observed to cross zero at pT\sim1.0 GeV, reaches a maximum at 4-5 GeV with a value comparable to that for v_3, and decreases at higher pT.

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The EP Resolution Factor vs. Centrality for n values from2 to 6.

The Chi Reolution Factor vs. Centrality for n values from 2 to 6.

The Fourier coefficient V_n,n vs. |Delta(ETARAP)| for individual n values.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 0.5 TO 1 GeV and centrality 0 TO 5%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 0.5 TO 1 GeV and centrality 5 TO 10%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 0.5 TO 1 GeV and centrality 10 TO 20%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 0.5 TO 1 GeV and centrality 20 TO 30%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 0.5 TO 1 GeV and centrality 30 TO 40%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 0.5 TO 1 GeV and centrality 40 TO 50%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 0.5 TO 1 GeV and centrality 50 TO 60%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 0.5 TO 1 GeV and centrality 60 TO 70%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 1 TO 2 GeV and centrality 0 TO 5%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 1 TO 2 GeV and centrality 5 TO 10%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 1 TO 2 GeV and centrality 10 TO 20%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 1 TO 2 GeV and centrality 20 TO 30%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 1 TO 2 GeV and centrality 30 TO 40%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 1 TO 2 GeV and centrality 40 TO 50%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 1 TO 2 GeV and centrality 50 TO 60%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 1 TO 2 GeV and centrality 60 TO 70%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 2 TO 3 GeV and centrality 0 TO 5%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 2 TO 3 GeV and centrality 5 TO 10%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 2 TO 3 GeV and centrality 10 TO 20%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 2 TO 3 GeV and centrality 20 TO 30%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 2 TO 3 GeV and centrality 30 TO 40%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 2 TO 3 GeV and centrality 40 TO 50%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 2 TO 3 GeV and centrality 50 TO 60%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 2 TO 3 GeV and centrality 60 TO 70%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 3 TO 4 GeV and centrality 0 TO 5%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 3 TO 4 GeV and centrality 5 TO 10%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 3 TO 4 GeV and centrality 10 TO 20%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 3 TO 4 GeV and centrality 20 TO 30%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 3 TO 4 GeV and centrality 30 TO 40%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 3 TO 4 GeV and centrality 40 TO 50%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 3 TO 4 GeV and centrality 50 TO 60%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 3 TO 4 GeV and centrality 60 TO 70%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 4 TO 8 GeV and centrality 0 TO 5%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 4 TO 8 GeV and centrality 5 TO 10%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 4 TO 8 GeV and centrality 10 TO 20%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 4 TO 8 GeV and centrality 20 TO 30%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 4 TO 8 GeV and centrality 30 TO 40%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 4 TO 8 GeV and centrality 40 TO 50%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 4 TO 8 GeV and centrality 50 TO 60%.

The Fourier coefiiciant V_n vs eta for PT 4 TO 8 GeV and centrality 60 TO 70%.

V_n vs PT for centrality 0 TO 5%.

V_n vs PT for centrality 5 TO 10%.

V_n vs PT for centrality 10 TO 20%.

V_n vs PT for centrality 20 TO 30%.

V_n vs PT for centrality 30 TO 40%.

V_n vs PT for centrality 40 TO 50%.

V_n vs PT for centrality 50 TO 60%.

V_n vs PT for centrality 60 TO 70%.

V_n vs Centrality for PT 1 TO 2 GeV.

V_n vs Centrality for PT 2 TO 3 GeV.

V_n vs Centrality for PT 3 TO 4 GeV.

V_n vs Centrality for PT 4 TO 8 GeV.

V_n vs Centrality for PT 8 TO 12 GeV.

V_n vs Centrality for PT 12 TO 20 GeV.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 0 TO 1 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 0 TO 5 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 5 TO 10 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 0 TO 10 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 10 TO 20 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 20 TO 30 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 30 TO 40 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 40 TO 50 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 50 TO 60 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 60 TO 70 %.

2PC.V_n vs n for Centrality 70 TO 80 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 0 TO 1 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 0 TO 5 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 5 TO 10 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 0 TO 10 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 10 TO 20 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 20 TO 30 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 30 TO 40 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 40 TO 50 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 50 TO 60 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 60 TO 70 %.

V_nn vs n for Centrality 70 TO 80 %.

correlation funcitons in various pT bins.

correlation funcitons in various pT bins.

correlation funcitons in various pT bins.

correlation funcitons in various pT bins.

v_{1,1} vs eta for different combinations of pTa and pTb. Figure 18.

v_{1,1} vs eta for different combinations of pTa and pTb. Figure 18.

v_{1,1} vs eta for different combinations of pTa and pTb. Figure 18.

v_{1,1} vs eta for different combinations of pTa and pTb. Figure 18.

v_{1} vs pT for different centrality selections, Figure 21.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_n extracted from 2PC method utilizing the factorization relation.

v_ vs pta for various centrality pta combinations.

v_ vs pta for various centrality pta combinations.

v_ vs pta for various centrality pta combinations.

v_ vs pta for various centrality pta combinations.

v_ vs pta for various centrality pta combinations.

v_ vs pta for various centrality pta combinations.

v_ vs pta for various centrality pta combinations.