Determination of semi-muonic branching ratios and fragmentation functions of heavy quarks in e+e- annihilation at {Mathematical expression}=34.6 GeV

W. Bartel, L. Becker, R. Felst, D. Haidt, G. Knies, H. Krehbiel, P. Laurikainen, N. Magnussen, R. Meinke, B. Naroska, J. Olsson, D. Schmidt, P. Steffen, T. Greenshaw, J. Hagemann, G. Heinzelmann, H. Kado, C. Kleinwort, M. Kuhlen, A. PetersenR. Ramcke, U. Schneekloth, G. Weber, K. Ambrus, S. Bethke, A. Dieckmann, E. Elsen, J. Heintze, K. H. Hellenbrand, S. Komamiya, J. von Krogh, H. Rieseberg, H. v. d. Schmitt, L. Smolik, J. Spitzer, A. Wagner, M. Zimmer, C. K. Bowdery, A. J. Finch, F. Foster, G. Hughes, J. M. Nye, I. W. Walker, J. Allison, R. J. Barlow, J. Chrin, I. P. Duerdoth, F. K. Loebinger, A. A. Macbeth, H. E. Mills, P. G. Murphy, K. Stephens, P. Warming, R. G. Glasser, P. Hill, J. A.J. Skard, S. R. Wagner, G. T. Zorn, S. L. Cartwright, D. Clarke, R. Marshall, R. P. Middleton, K. Kawagoe, T. Mashimo, T. Takeshita, S. Yamada

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