The Rivet toolkit (Robust Independent Validation of Experiment and Theory) is a system for validation of Monte Carlo event generators. It provides a large (and ever growing) set of experimental analyses useful for MC generator development, validation, and tuning, as well as a convenient infrastructure for adding your own analyses. Rivet is the most widespread way by which analysis code from the LHC and other high-energy collider experiments is preserved for comparison to and development of future theory models. It is used by phenomenologists, MC generator developers, and experimentalists on the LHC and other facilities.
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- Ajaz, Muhammad; Khan, Irfan; Ali, Yasir; Khan, Kamal Hussain: Charged particles (p_T) spectra and the correlation between (p_T) and all charged particles at (\sqrtS= 900) GeV (2019)
- Eamonn Maguire, Lukas Heinrich, Graeme Watt: HEPData: a repository for high energy physics data (2017) arXiv
- Fischer, Nadine; Sjöstrand, Torbjörn: Thermodynamical string fragmentation (2017)
- Del Debbio, Luigi; Hartland, Nathan; Schumann, Steffen: McCgrid: Projecting cross section calculations on grids (2014)
- Lönnblad, Leif; Prestel, Stefan: Unitarising matrix element + parton shower merging (2013)
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