# Introducing an interface between WHIZARD and FeynRules

@article{Christensen2010IntroducingAI,
title={Introducing an interface between WHIZARD and FeynRules},
author={Neil D. Christensen and Claude Duhr and Benjamin Fuks and J. Reuter and Christian Speckner},
journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
year={2010}
}
• Published 15 October 2010
• Physics
• arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
While Monte Carlo event generators like WHIZARD have become indispensable tools in studying the impact of new physics on collider observables over the last decades, the implementation of new models in such packages has remained a rather awkward and error-prone process. Recently, the FeynRules package was introduced which greatly simplifies this process by providing a single unified model format from which model implementations for many different Monte Carlo codes can be derived automatically…
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