The ATLAS Collaboration

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Gilbert and Murdock G. D. Gilchriese and Valentin Gilewsky and D. M. Gingrich and Jonatan Ginzburg and Nikos D. Giokaris and M. P. Giordani and Raffaele Giordano and F. M. Giorgi and Paola Giovannini and P. F. Giraud and P. Girtler and Danilo Giugni and Paolo Giusti and B{\o}rge Kile Gjelsten and Leonid Gladilin and Claudia Glasman and A. Glazov and K-W. Glitza and George Glonti and Jennifer Godfrey and Jan Godlewski and M. Goebel and Thomas G{\"o}pfert and Christian Goeringer and Claus G{\"o}ssling and Tobias G{\"o}ttfert and V. G. Goggi and Steven Goldfarb and Daniel Goldin and Tobias Golling and Alvaro Gomes and Luz Stella Gomez Fajardo and Ricardo Gonçalo and Laura Gonella and Cs Gong and S. Gonz{\'a}lez de la Hoz and M. L. Gonzalez Silva and Sergio Gonzalez-Sevilla and Jeremiah Jet Goodson and Luc Goossens and H. A. 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Guida and Thibault Guillemin and Hulya Guler and Jaroslav Gunther and Bin Guo and Anuj Gupta and Yu. V. Gusakov and Andrea Gutierrez and Phillip Gutierrez and Nir Guttman and O. Gutzwiller and Claude Guyot and Claire Gwenlan and C. B. Gwilliam and Andy Haas and Stefan Haas and Carl Haber and Haleh Khani Hadavand and David Hadley and Petra Haefner and R. H{\"a}rtel and Zbigniew Hajduk and Hrachya Hakobyan and J. Haller and Klaus A. Hamacher and Andrew J. S. Hamilton and Samuel Hamilton and L. Han and Kazunori Hanagaki and Michael Hance and Carsten Handel and Paul Hanke and John Renner Hansen and John-Bjarne Hansen and John D. Hansen and Peter Henrik Hansen and Traudl Hansl-Kozanecka and Per M Hansson and Kazuhiko Hara and Gabriel Hare and Torsten Harenberg and Robert Harrington and O. M. Harris and Keith Alexander Harrison and Jochen Hartert and F. G. Hartjes and Alex G. Harvey and Satoshi Hasegawa and Yoji Hasegawa and Kevan S Hashemi and Samir Hassani and Sigve Haug and Michael Zwicky Hauschild and Reiner Hauser and Miroslav Havranek and C. M. Hawkes and Richard John Hawkings and Takahiro Hayakawa and Helen Hayward and Stephen Haywood and Simon Head and Vincent Hedberg and L. Heelan and Sarah Heim and Beate Heinemann and Simon Heisterkamp and Louis Helary and Matthieu Heller and Sten Hellman and Cl{\'e}ment Helsens and Tomasz Hemperek and R. C. W. Henderson and Michael Henke and Anna Christine Henrichs and Ana Maria Henriques Correia and S. Henrot-Versill{\'e} and Carsten Hensel and Tobias Henss and Y. Hern{\'a}ndez Jim{\'e}nez and Alon David Hershenhorn and Gregor Herten and Ralf Hertenberger and Luis Herv{\'a}s and Nigel Hessey and Emilio Hig{\'o}n-Rodriguez and J. Colin Hill and Karl Heinz Hiller and Sonja Hillert and Stephen Hillier and Ian Hinchliffe and Elizabeth J. 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The simulation software for the ATLAS Experiment at the Large Hadron Collider is being used for large-scale production of events on the LHC Computing Grid. This simulation requires many components, from the generators that simulate particle collisions, through packages simulating the response of the various detectors and triggers. All of these components come together under the ATLAS simulation infrastructure. In this paper, that infrastructure is discussed, including that supporting the… 

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