Software libraries and programs used by particle physicists.
The AcerMC Monte-Carlo event generator is dedicated for generation of the Standard Model background processes in pp collisions at the LHC.
cfortran.h is a single header file that allows you to easily use fortran code in c and c++. Very useful for using HBOOK and other CERNLIB code in new c++ applications.
Package for evaluation of Feynman diagrams, integration over multi-particle phase space and event generation.
Elementary Particles Simulation using Java Technology.An application made for educational purposes.
Mathematica package for generation and visualization of Feynman diagrams and amplitudes.
Mathematica package for algebraic calculations in elementary particle physics, focusing on Feynman diagram calculations.
Free C++ library for drawing Feynman diagrams. The output is in PostScript, which can be used in TeX or printed directly.
FeynFig is a program to generate feynman diagrams in xfig format.
Drawing Feynman diagrams with LaTeX and Metafont.
A stand-alone particle physics Monte-Carlo simulation package. It is being used as a simulation tool in a number of experiments.
Virtual organization involved in the development of open-source software for data analysis and visualization, primarily for use in high energy, nuclear and astro- physics.
MC particle numbering convention, endorsed by the Particle Data Group.
A physics event generator for linear collider studies. It includes beamstrahlung, initial state radiation, hadronization, and full treatment of polarization effects.
Persint OpenGL Visualization for ATLAS Muon Analysis. Software used to visualize the reconstruction of muon traces.
An event generator for a large number of physics processes. The site contains the latest source, the official manual and a short write-up describing PYTHIA's status with respect to the physics.
This package provides a number of useful features for typesetting research papers. It is an extension to Plain Tex.
An object oriented framework for large scale data analysis. ROOT is a C++ replacement of the popular PAW program developed at CERN.
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