Programs you can check out:
CorALPHA (coralpha.tar.gz) This is Alpha
version of the Correlations Analysis Library. Codes can generate required wave
functions for a large variety of pairs. The routines make it possible to
incorporate new techniques for expressing three-dimensional information. The
full version will also include advanced fitting and imaging routines.
(Correlation After Burner): This is a set of codes used to generate
two-particle correlation functions from single-particle phase space distributions.
Balance Function Analysis Codes
These codes generate balance functions from convolutions of ensembles which are
Monte-Carlo generated to be consistent with canonical partition functions,
which are then super-imposed onto a collective-velocity (blast-wave) profile.
This is a C code used to generate PS files from a file
of xyz points. There are also directions showing how to convert and link
them into an animated GIF.
BNC: This is a C code used to thermally generate
particles, and simulate their interactions before detection. It is applicable
for CERN/AGS heavy ion collisions.
EASY (Exact Nuclear Statistical Yields): This
is set of routines written in C++ that model statistical nuclear fragmentation
and sequential decay. The fragmentatin algorithm derives from the work
of Mekjian and allows consideration of all levels in all fragments while
respecting charge and mass conservation. The sequential decay approach
accounts for non-thermal populations of excited states and also foregoes
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