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Higher-order anisotropies in the Buda-Lund model: Disentangling flow and density field anisotropies

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Higher-order anisotropies in the Buda-Lund model: Disentangling flow and density field anisotropies
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European Physical Journal A -- Hadrons & Nuclei, October 2016
DOI 10.1140/epja/i2016-16311-y
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Sándor Lökös, Máté Csanád, Boris Tomášik, Tamás Csörgő

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