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SigmaMultiparton Class Reference

#include <MultipartonInteractions.h>

Public Member Functions

 SigmaMultiparton ()
 ~SigmaMultiparton ()
bool init (int inState, int processLevel, Info *infoPtr, BeamParticle *beamAPtr, BeamParticle *beamBPtr)
 Initialize list of processes. More...
double sigma (int id1, int id2, double x1, double x2, double sHat, double tHat, double uHat, double alpS, double alpEM, bool restore=false, bool pickOtherIn=false)
 Calculate cross section summed over possibilities. More...
bool pickedOther ()
 Return whether the other, rare processes were selected.
SigmaProcesssigmaSel ()
 Return one subprocess, picked according to relative cross sections. More...
bool swapTU ()
int nProc () const
 Return code or name of a specified process, for statistics table.
int codeProc (int iProc) const
string nameProc (int iProc) const

Detailed Description

SigmaMultiparton is a helper class to MultipartonInteractions. It packs pointers to the allowed processes for different flavour combinations and levels of ambition.

Member Function Documentation

bool init ( int  inState,
int  processLevel,
Info infoPtr,
BeamParticle beamAPtr,
BeamParticle beamBPtr 

Initialize list of processes.

Initialize the generation process for given beams.

Store input pointer for future use.

Reset vector sizes (necessary in case of re-initialization).

Always store mimimal set of processes:QCD 2 -> 2 t-channel.

Gluon-gluon instate.

Quark-gluon instate.

Quark-(anti)quark instate.

Normally store QCD processes to new flavour.

Optionally store electroweak processes, mainly photon production.

Optionally store charmonium and bottomonium production.

Resize arrays to match sizes above.

Initialize the processes.

Prepare for massive kinematics where required.

Prepare for (narrow) Breit-Wigner mass distribution.


double sigma ( int  id1,
int  id2,
double  x1,
double  x2,
double  sHat,
double  tHat,
double  uHat,
double  alpS,
double  alpEM,
bool  restore = false,
bool  pickOtherIn = false 

Calculate cross section summed over possibilities.

Choose either the dominant process (in slot 0) or the rest of them.

Iterate over all subprocesses.

Skip the not chosen processes.

Check if variable mass is needed (and then ...Fix becomes misleading).

t-channel-sampling contribution.

Correction factor for tHat rescaling in massive kinematics.

u-channel-sampling contribution.

Correction factor for tHat rescaling in massive kinematics.

Average of t- and u-channel sampling; corrected for not selected channels.

SigmaProcess * sigmaSel ( )

Return one subprocess, picked according to relative cross sections.

Decide between t- and u-channel-sampled kinematics.

Pick one of t-channel-sampled processes.

Pick one of u-channel-sampled processes.

The documentation for this class was generated from the following files: