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Changes between Version 26 and Version 27 of GiBUU_Code_history

Aug 14, 2019, 9:51:22 PM (3 months ago)

Adding a sentence about actual usage


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    3636On the physics side O. Buss showed that the observed in-medium changes of the 2 pi strength could be well explained by a state-of-the-art treatment of final state interactions as they were possible now with the GiBUU code. He also published very detailed results on pion-nucleus interactions and Tina Leitner obtained the first reliable results on neutrino-nucleus reactions, both for inclusive and exclusive reactions. For both of these topics the theoretical input by '''Luis Alvarez-Ruso''' (then a postdoc at Giessen, now at Valencia) was absolutely essential. Kai Gallmeister, on the high-energy side, went on to extract prehadronic interactions from a detailed comparison with the EMC and HERMES experiments. Later, '''Olga Lalakulich''' (Russia) joined this neutrino activity, concentrating on a good treatment of background terms in the pion-production channel. At the same time, '''Murat Kaskulov''' (Russia) worked with the code on an analysis of nuclear transparency measured at JLAB, with an eye on color transparency and '''Ivan Lappo-Danilevsky''' used GiBUU to investigate scaling in the total cross sections for interactions of leptons with nuclei.
    3737More recently (summer of 2012) Kai Gallmeister has implemented a better description of QE scattering of leptons into GiBUU as well as the initial 2p-2h excitations. Alexei Larionov is doing essential work with antiproton-induced reactions on nuclei and Theo Gaitanos has implemented the fragment-formation routines from a statistical model into GiBUU; he is also performing (together with A.L.) work on the double-step reaction to produce double hypernuclei with antiproton beams at the experiment PANDA at FAIR.
     39Since the code has been made public, multiple external users are running the code, mainly for electron and neutrino induced reactions.