Multiphase transport model for relativistic heavy ion collisions

@article{Lin2005MultiphaseTM,
  title={Multiphase transport model for relativistic heavy ion collisions},
  author={Zi-wei Lin and C. Ko and Bao-An Li and Bin Zhang and S. Pal},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2005},
  volume={72},
  pages={064901}
}
We describe in detail how the different components of a multiphase transport (AMPT) model that uses the heavy ion jet interaction generator (HIJING) for generating the initial conditions, Zhang's parton cascade (ZPC) for modeling partonic scatterings, the Lund string fragmentation model or a quark coalescence model for hadronization, and a relativistic transport (ART) model for treating hadronic scatterings are improved and combined to give a coherent description of the dynamics of relativistic… Expand
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