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|Manuscript Title: AROMA 2.2 - a Monte Carlo generator for heavy flavour events in ep collisions.|
|Authors: G. Ingelman, J. Rathsman, G.A. Schuler|
|Program title: AROMA version 2.2|
|Catalogue identifier: ADEY_v1_0|
Distribution format: gz
|Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 101(1997)135|
|Programming language: Fortran.|
|Computer: DEC AlphaStation 200.|
|Operating system: OSF1, ULTRIX, VMS.|
|Keywords: Particle physics, Elementary, Electron-proton, Collisions, Boson-gluon fusion, Event simulation, First order matrix, Element, Heavy quark production, Charm quarks, Bottom quarks.|
|ACTU_v1_0||PYTHIA 5.7 AND JETSET 7.4||CPC 82(1994)74|
|ADFE_v1_0||LEPTO version 6.5||CPC 101(1997)108|
Nature of problem:
Heavy quarks can be produced in high energy electron-proton collisions through the boson-gluon fusion process.
The process is factorized into parts which can be treated separately and simulated with Monte Carlo methods. The full electroweak structure of the electron-gluon interaction is taken into account in the leading order matrix element with explicit heavy quark masses. Higher order QCD radiation is treated using initial and final state leading logQ**2 parton showers and hadronization is performed using the Lund string model, resulting in complete events including the interaction dynamics and observable final state particles.
The following libraries are required: CERNLIB packlib, mathlib (including DIVONNE) and kernlib.
10-100 events per second on a DEC AlphaStation 200 depending on process simulated and completeness of simulation.
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