CERN-TH / 2003-284 SHERPA 1 . α , a proof-of-concept version

@inproceedings{Gleisberg2003CERNTH2,
  title={CERN-TH / 2003-284 SHERPA 1 . α , a proof-of-concept version},
  author={T. Gleisberg},
  year={2003}
}
The new multipurpose event-generation framework SHERPA, acronym for Simulation for High-Energy Reactions of PArticles, is presented. It is entirely written in the object-oriented programming language C++. In its current form, it is able to completely simulate electron–positron and unresolved photon–photon collisions at high energies. Also, fully hadronic collisions, such as, e.g., proton–anti-proton, proton–proton, or resolved photon–photon reactions, can be described on the signal level. 

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