Differential three-jet cross section in e+e--annihilation and comparison with second-order predictions of QCD and abelian vector theory

W. Bartel, D. Cords, G. Dietrich, P. Dittmann, R. Eichler, R. Felst, D. Haidt, H. Krehbiel, K. Meier, B. Naroska, L. H. O'Neill, P. Steffen, E. Elsen, A. Petersen, P. Warming, G. Weber, G. Kramer, G. Schierholz, S. Bethke, J. HeintzeG. Heinzelmann, K. H. Hellenbrand, R. D. Heuer, J. von Krogh, P. Lennert, S. Kawabata, S. Komamiya, H. Matsumura, T. Nozaki, J. Olsson, H. Rieseberg, A. Wagner, A. Bell, F. Foster, G. Hughes, H. Wriedt, J. Allison, A. H. Ball, G. Bamford, R. Barlow, C. Bowdery, I. P. Duerdoth, I. Glendinning, F. K. Loebinger, A. A. Macbeth, H. McCann, H. E. Mills, P. G. Murphy, P. Rowe, K. Stephens, D. Clarke, M. C. Goddard, R. Marshall, G. F. Pearce, J. Kanzaki, T. Kobayashi, M. Koshiba, M. Minowa, M. Nozaki, S. Odaka, S. Orito, A. Sato, H. Takeda, Y. Totsuka, Y. Watanabe, S. Yamada, C. Yanagisawa

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