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APACIC++, A Parton Cascade in C++

@article{Krauss1999APACICAP,
  title={APACIC++, A Parton Cascade in C++},
  author={F. Krauss and R. Kuhn and G. Soff},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={1999}
}
In this talk the newly developped Monte-Carlo event generator {\tt APACIC++} suitable to describe multijet-events in high-energetic electron-positron annihilations is presented. A new ansatz to match the corresponding matrix elements for the production of jets via the strong and electroweak interactions to the subsequent parton shower modelling the inner-jet evolution is discussed in some detail. Results obtained with {\tt APACIC++} are compared to other QCD event generators and to some… Expand
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