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Bell, J. S. and Hey, A. J. G. (1974) "A Theoretical Argument for Something Like the Second Melosh Transformation", Physics Letters 51B. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Edmunds, G. (1974) On the Orbit Space of a Weighted Homogeneous Hypersurface. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, 3 (29). pp. 684-698.

Henderson, P. and Quarendon, P. (1974) Finite state testing of structured programs. In: Lecture notes in Computer Science, LNCS 19. pp. 72-80.

Henderson, P. and Snowdon, R. A. (1974) A tool for structured program development. Information Processing 74, 1 . pp. 204-207.

Hey, A. J. G. (1974) Polorization Effects in Electron Proton Scattering - Form Factors, Scaling, Quarks and SU(6) w.

Hey, A. J. G. (1974) SU(6) w and Decays of Baryon Resonances.

Hey, A. J. G. (1974) What do we learn from deep Inelastic scattering with polarized targets?

Hey, A. J. G. and Weyers, J. (1974) "Quarks and Helicity Structure of Photoproduction Amplitudes", Physics Letters 48B. In: UNSPECIFIED. p. 69.

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