PYTHIA 6.2: Physics and manual

@article{Sjostrand2001PYTHIA6P,
  title={PYTHIA 6.2: Physics and manual},
  author={Torbjorn Sjostrand and Leif Lonnblad and Stephen Mrenna},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2001}
}
The PYTHIA program can be used to generate high-energy-physics `events', i.e. sets of outgoing particles produced in the interactions between two incoming particles. The objective is to provide as accurate as possible a representation of event properties in a wide range of reactions, with emphasis on those where strong interactions play a role, directly or indirectly, and therefore multihadronic final states are produced. The physics is then not understood well enough to give an exact… 
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