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Proceedings of International Conference on Hard and Electromagnetic Probes of High-Energy Nuclear Collisions — PoS(HardProbes2018)
The hadroproduction of heavy-flavoured mesons has recently attracted a growing interest e.g. within the people involved in global analysis of proton and nuclear parton distribution functions, saturation physics, and physics of cosmic rays. In particular, the D-and B-meson measurements of LHCb at forward direction are sensitive to gluon dynamics at small x and are one of the few perturbative small-x probes before the next generation deep-inelastic-scattering experiments. In this talk, we willdoi:10.22323/1.345.0145 fatcat:o7rfkegup5bd7em3ttv342jlam