RELATIVISTIC HADRON-HADRON COLLISIONS IN THE ULTRA-RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MOLECULAR DYNAMICS MODEL

@article{Bleicher1999RELATIVISTICHC,
  title={RELATIVISTIC HADRON-HADRON COLLISIONS IN THE ULTRA-RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MOLECULAR DYNAMICS MODEL},
  author={Marcus Bleicher and Eugene E. Zabrodin and Christian Spieles and Steffen A. Bass and C. Ernst and Sven Soff and Larissa V. Bravina and Mohamed Belkacem and Hans J. Weber and Horst Stocker and Walter Greiner},
  journal={Journal of Physics G},
  year={1999},
  volume={25},
  pages={1859-1896}
}
Hadron-hadron (h-h) collisions at high energies are investigated in the ultra-relativistic quantum molecular dynamics (UrQMD) approach. This microscopic transport model describes the phenomenology of hadronic interactions at low and intermediate energies ( 5 GeV, the excitation of colour strings and their subsequent fragmentation into hadrons dominates the multiple production of particles in the UrQMD model. The model shows a fair overall agreement with a large body of experimental h-h data… 
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