• Cadabra

  • Referenced in 91 articles [sw00097]
  • designed for use in high energy physics but its rich structure and ease ... lends itself well to the routine computations required in general relativity. Here, we present...
  • GiNaC

  • Referenced in 80 articles [sw01609]
  • where CAS stands for Computer Algebra System. It has been specifically developed to become ... However, it is not restricted to high energy physics applications. Its design is revolutionary...
  • HEPMath

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw20375]
  • HEPMath - Semi-Automatic High Energy Physics Computations in Mathematica. HEPMath is a Mathematica package which ... facilitates the implementation of computational algorithms for High Energy Physics in Mathematica. Its main features ... colour matrices etc. and their algebraic properties. Computation of traces over Dirac matrices...
  • GRID Infoware

  • Referenced in 23 articles [sw04166]
  • computing applications (e.g, molecular modelling for drug design, brain activity analysis, and high energy physics...
  • Chameleon

  • Referenced in 8 articles [sw17690]
  • applications that require a great number of computer processing cycles. The Data Grid provides ... applications such as High Energy Physics and Bioinformatics require both Computational and Data Grid features...
  • DarkSUSY

  • Referenced in 29 articles [sw09107]
  • science. One of the best motivated particle physics candidates is the lightest supersymmetric particle, assumed ... dark matter calculations. In DarkSUSY one can compute the neutralino density in the Universe today ... positrons from the galactic halo or high-energy neutrinos from the centre of the Earth ... physics behind the package. A detailed manual will be provided with the computer package...
  • JClarens

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw36761]
  • Deploying Web Services for Grid Computing. High Energy Physics (HEP) and other scientific communities have ... part of a larger Grid computing effort. This effort involves the integration of many legacy...
  • WENO

  • Referenced in 54 articles [sw12694]
  • using the energy as one of the coordinate variables, thus reducing the computational complexity ... test it for steady-state devices. The high order accuracy and nonoscillatory properties ... space is discretized) on today’s computers. The computational results have been compared with those ... check on the physical validity of various hydrodynamic and energy transport models. Some comparisons have...
  • KULL

  • Referenced in 8 articles [sw18307]
  • simulation code developed to model high energy density physics applications. Kull can be steered using ... Python programming language but its computational kernels are written predominantly...
  • ISAJet

  • Referenced in 28 articles [sw09539]
  • interactions at high energies. It is based on perturbative QCD plus phenomenological models for parton ... beam jet fragmentation. The manual describes the physics and explains how to use the program ... appropriate options. Compiling ISAJET on any other computer with ANSI Fortran 77 and Patchy, including...
  • Ganga

  • Referenced in 11 articles [sw10312]
  • command set, to complete their computational tasks. Ganga provides a homogeneous environment for processing data ... heterogeneous resources. We give examples from High Energy Physics, demonstrating how an analysis ... Specific knowledge about types of tasks or computational resources is provided at run-time through...
  • PRaVDA

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw20301]
  • PRaVDA: high energy physics towards proton computed tomography. Proton radiotherapy is an increasingly popular modality ... technologies developed for High Energy Physics to provide clinical-quality proton Computed Tomography...
  • CAMORRA

  • Referenced in 5 articles [sw06042]
  • tool that computes full tree-level matrix elements in high-energy physics. The program accepts ... currents. Furthermore, CAMORRA can be used to compute amplitudes involving continuous color and helicity final...
  • FluDAG

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw35394]
  • increasing demand from the high energy physics community regarding Computer Aided Design (CAD) geometry support ... application to a number of high energy physics experiments is demonstrated, along with its validity...
  • SCHOONSCHIP

  • Referenced in 7 articles [sw40041]
  • special operations which are used in high-energy physics calculations, are built in as well ... input for further processing, hence using the computer as a writing pad. Output, compatible with...
  • ZFITTER

  • Referenced in 13 articles [sw01036]
  • linear colliders at higher energies. High precision correction computation are needed for obtaining necessary data ... centre-of-mass energies. The paper gives detailed descriptions of all physical parameter which...
  • PAW

  • Referenced in 8 articles [sw32834]
  • Physics Analysis Workstation): PAW is an interactive utility for visualizing experimental data on a computer ... combines a handful of CERN High Energy Physics Library systems that may also used individually...
  • MIXKIP/RAPCAL

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw40496]
  • MIXKIP/RAPCAL: a computational package for integrated simulations of large-scale atomic kinetics and radiation transport ... many fields of the high energy density physics, the radiation can significantly alter the material ... interest in the area of high energy density physics, new developments in this field ... radiation transfer coupled simulations for high energy density plasmas. This package includes different modules that...
  • Redberry

  • Referenced in 8 articles [sw20303]
  • support of tensorial expressions. It provides basic computer algebra tools (algebraic manipulations, substitutions, basic simplifications ... input notation for tensorial expressions. The high energy physics package includes tools for Feynman diagrams...
  • BenderWu

  • Referenced in 14 articles [sw22948]
  • package enables quick home-computer computation of high orders of perturbation theory (about 100 orders ... perturbative information, such as non-perturbative energies and wave-functions (e.g. WKB wave functions ... bridge between perturbation theory and non-perturbative physics in textbooks. Finally, we show that ... structure which allows easy parallelization to computer clusters...