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HERWIG 6 : an event generator for hadron emission reactions with interfering gluons (including supersymmetric processes).

Corcella, G. and Knowles, I. G. and Marchesini, G. and Moretti, S. and Odagiri, K. and Richardson, P. and Seymour, M. H. and Webber, B. R. (2001) 'HERWIG 6 : an event generator for hadron emission reactions with interfering gluons (including supersymmetric processes).', Journal of high energy physics., 1 . 010.

Abstract

HERWIG is a general-purpose Monte Carlo event generator, which includes the simulation of hard lepton-lepton, lepton-hadron and hadron-hadron scattering and soft hadron-hadron collisions in one package. It uses the parton-shower approach for initial- and final-state QCD radiation, including colour coherence effects and azimuthal correlations both within and between jets. This article updates the description of HERWIG published in 1992, emphasising the new features incorporated since then. These include, in particular, the matching of first-order matrix elements with parton showers, a more correct treatment of heavy quark decays, and a wide range of new processes, including many predicted by the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model, with the option of R-parity violation. At the same time we offer a brief review of the physics underlying HERWIG, together with details of the input and control parameters and the output data, to provide a self-contained guide for prospective users of the program.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Supersymmetric standard model, QCD, Phenomenological models, Hadronic colliders.
Full text:Full text not available from this repository.
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1126-6708/2001/01/010
Record Created:13 Dec 2006
Last Modified:26 Oct 2009 16:34

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