Further developments of a multi-phase transport model for relativistic nuclear collisions

@article{Lin2021FurtherDO,
  title={Further developments of a multi-phase transport model for relativistic nuclear collisions},
  author={Zi-Wei Lin and Liang Zheng},
  journal={Nuclear Science and Techniques},
  year={2021}
}
A multi-phase transport (AMPT) model was constructed as a self-contained kinetic theory-based description of relativistic nuclear collisions as it contains four main components: the fluctuating initial condition, a parton cascade, hadronization, and a hadron cascade. Here, we review the main developments after the first public release of the AMPT source code in 2004 and the corresponding publication that described the physics details of the model at that time. We also discuss possible… 
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