Deck effect

Deck effect

[′dek i‚fekt]
(particle physics)
The simulation of resonances in multiple-particle production processes in high-energy scattering, wherein the true resonance pertains to a subset of the particles produced.
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A deck can be installed at ground level or, preferably, for a true deck effect.
A deck can be installed at ground level or, preferably, for a true "deck effect", in an elevated position, especially when it runs off the back of a house.