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Radiative energy loss results using the Wicks Monte Carlo evaluation of (D)GLV.


Based on numerical work given in:
Up to and beyond ninth order in opacity: Radiative energy loss with GLV
Simon Wicks

This uses the radiative energy loss formulae from GLV [1] and DGLV [2]. The parameters (temperature, Debye mass, gluon mean free path etc) are set in the same manner as in WHDG. The n=1 version including a (small) jet and gluon mass should be identical to the inelastic only curves in WHDG (up to small variations due to eg possible q integral limits, to be investigated).


Using DGLV (ie including a small mass for the jet and emitted gluon): Q=up, p=10GeV, L=5fm, T=300 MeV, α=.3


[1] Heavy quark radiative energy loss in QCD matter.
Magdalena Djordjevic, Miklos Gyulassy (Columbia U.) . Oct 2003. 31pp.
Published in Nucl.Phys.A733:265-298,2004.
e-Print: nucl-th/0310076

[2] Reaction operator approach to nonAbelian energy loss.
M. Gyulassy (Columbia U.) , P. Levai (Columbia U. & Budapest, RMKI) , I. Vitev (Columbia U.) . CU-TP-979, Jun 2000. 39pp.
Published in Nucl.Phys.B594:371-419,2001.
e-Print: nucl-th/0006010