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MILOU is a Monte Carlo generator for deeply virtual Compton scattering (DVCS), ''ep → eYγ'', developed by E. Perez, L. Schoeffel and L. Favart [[#Ref1|[1]]].
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MILOU is a Monte Carlo generator for deeply virtual Compton scattering (DVCS), ''ep → eYγ'', developed by E. Perez, L. Schoeffel and L. Favart [[#Ref1|[1]]]. It is based on generalised parton distributions (GPDs) evolved to next-to-leading order.
It is based on generalised parton distributions (GPDs) evolved to next-to-leading order.
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==Overview==
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== Overview ==
  
The MILOU code is written in Fortran.
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The MILOU code is written in Fortran. GPDs, evolved to next-to-leading order, provide the real and imaginary parts of Compton form factors (CFFs), which are used to calculate cross sections for DVCS and DVCS-BH interference. The package BASES/SPRING [[#Ref2|[2]]] is used to generate events from these cross sections. First, the differential cross sections are integrated by the numerical integration package BASES to yield probability distributions. These distributions are used by the event generation package SPRING to generate the DVCS events. Proton dissociation (''ep → eYγ'') can be included, with hadronisation of the system Y performed by [[PYTHIA|PYTHIA]]. The generated events are saved to a PAW ntuple.
GPDs, evolved to next-to-leading order, provide the real and imaginary parts of Compton form factors (CFFs), which are used to calculate cross sections for DVCS and DVCS-BH interference.
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The package BASES/SPRING [[#Ref2|[2]]] is used to generate events from these cross sections.
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First, the differential cross sections are integrated by the numerical integration package BASES to yield probability distributions.
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These distributions are used by the event generation package SPRING to generate the DVCS events.
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Proton dissociation (''ep → eYγ'') can be included, with hadronisation of the system Y performed by [[PYTHIA]].
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The generated events are saved to a PAW ntuple.
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==Running MILOU==
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== Running MILOU ==
  
 
A 32-bit installation of MILOU can be found in the EIC AFS region at
 
A 32-bit installation of MILOU can be found in the EIC AFS region at
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  /afs/rhic.bnl.gov/eic/PACKAGES/milou32
 
  /afs/rhic.bnl.gov/eic/PACKAGES/milou32
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The generator options are set via a "steering card" <tt>dvcs.steer</tt>. The options are described in [[#Ref1|[1]]].
 
The generator options are set via a "steering card" <tt>dvcs.steer</tt>. The options are described in [[#Ref1|[1]]].
  
The programme is run via the command
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The program is run via the command
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  ./milou
 
  ./milou
This generates a PAW file named <tt>bookhis_form_modif.ntp</tt>, which contains an ntuple with the event information.
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If a [[ROOT]] file is preferred, the programme <tt>h2root</tt> can be used to produce a ROOT ntuple from the PAW ntuple:
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This generates a PAW file named <tt>bookhis_form_modif.ntp</tt>, which contains an ntuple with the event information. If a [[ROOT|ROOT]] file is preferred, the programme <tt>h2root</tt> can be used to produce a ROOT ntuple from the PAW ntuple:
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  h2root bookhis_form_modif.ntp <rootFileName>
 
  h2root bookhis_form_modif.ntp <rootFileName>
  
 
=== Output file structure ===
 
=== Output file structure ===
the output file is in a text format, <tt>asc.out</tt>, which has the following structure:<br>
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* 1st line:   "generator name" (i.e. MILOU32); "name of the person generating the sample"; "Name of the Istitution"  
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the output file is in a text format, <tt>asc.out</tt>, which has the following structure:
* 2st line:   MILOU EVENT FILE  
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* 3nd line: "============================================"
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*1st line: "generator name" (i.e. MILOU32); "name of the person generating the sample"; "Name of the Istitution"
<br>
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*2st line: MILOU EVENT FILE
* 4rd line: Information on event wise variables stored in the file
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*3nd line: "============================================"
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:left" border="1" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0"
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| I: || 0 (line index)
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|-
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| ievent: || eventnumber running from 1 to XXX
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*4rd line: Information on event wise variables stored in the file
|-
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| linesnum: || numbers of particles in the event (max value of line index); =5 if no radiative corrections applied, =6 otherwise
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:left" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="1"
|-
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| weight: || applied weight, default is 1.00000000
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|-
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| genprocess: || generated process (1=BH, 2=DVCS, 3=Interaction(btw BH and DVCS), 4=BH+DVCS+Interaction, 5=SSA without TW3)
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|-
 
|-
| radcorr: || radiative corrections (0= NO correction; 1= Initial State Radiation(ISR) )
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| I:
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| 0 (line index)
| truex, trueQ2, truey, truet, truephi: || are the kinematic variables of the event. 
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|-
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| phibelgen: || azimuthal angle between the production and the scattering plane. 
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|-
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| phibelres: || azimuthal angle (see above) resolution. 
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|-
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| phibelrec: || reconstructedazimuthal angle between the production and the scattering plane.
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|-
 
|-
| || If radiative corrections are turned on they are different from what is calculated from the scattered lepton.
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| ievent:
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| eventnumber running from 1 to XXX
 
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|-
| || If radiative corrections are turned off they are the same as what is calculated from the scattered lepton
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| linesnum:
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| numbers of particles in the event (max value of line index); =5 if no radiative corrections applied, =6 otherwise
 
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|-
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| weight:
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| applied weight, default is 1.00000000
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|-
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| genprocess:
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| generated process (1=BH, 2=DVCS, 3=Interaction(btw BH and DVCS), 4=BH+DVCS+Interaction, 5=SSA without TW3)
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|-
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| radcorr:
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| radiative corrections (0= NO correction; 1= Initial State Radiation(ISR) )
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|-
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| truex, trueQ2, truey, truet, truephi:
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| are the kinematic variables of the event.
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|-
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| phibelgen:
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| azimuthal angle between the production and the scattering plane.
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|-
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| phibelres:
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| azimuthal angle (see above) resolution.
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|-
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| phibelrec:
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| reconstructedazimuthal angle between the production and the scattering plane.
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|-
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|
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| If radiative corrections are turned on they are different from what is calculated from the scattered lepton.
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|-
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|
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| If radiative corrections are turned off they are the same as what is calculated from the scattered lepton
 
|}
 
|}
<br>
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* 5th line: "============================================"
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<br>
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* 6th line: Information on track wise variables stored in the file
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*5th line: "============================================"
{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:left" border="1" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0"
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| I: || line index, runs from 1 to Nr. of particles
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|-
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|K(I,1): || status code KS (1: stable particles     10x:beam particles)
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*6th line: Information on track wise variables stored in the file
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:left" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="1"
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|-
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| I:
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| line index, runs from 1 to Nr. of particles
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|-
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| K(I,1):
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| status code KS (1: stable particles 10x:beam particles)
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|-
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| K(I,2):
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| particle KF code (11: electron, 22: photon, 2212: proton)
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|-
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| K(I,3):
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| line number of parent particle
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|-
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| K(I,4):
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| normally the line number of the first daughter; it is 0 for an undecayed particle or unfragmented parton
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|-
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| K(I,5):
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| normally the line number of the last daughter; it is 0 for an undecayed particle or unfragmented parton.
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|-
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| P(I,1):
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| px of particle
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|-
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| P(I,2):
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| py of particle
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|-
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| P(I,3):
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| pz of particle
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|-
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| P(I,4):
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| Energy of particle
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|-
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| P(I,5):
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| mass of particle
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|-
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| V(I,1):
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| x vertex information
 
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|-
|K(I,2): || particle KF code (11: electron, 22: photon, 2212: proton)
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| V(I,2):
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| y vertex information
|K(I,3): || line number of parent particle
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|-
 
|-
|K(I,4): || normally the line number of the first daughter; it is 0 for an undecayed particle or unfragmented parton
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| V(I,3):
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| z vertex information
|K(I,5): || normally the line number of the last daughter; it is 0 for an undecayed particle or unfragmented parton.       
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|- 
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|P(I,1): || px of particle 
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|- 
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|P(I,2): || py of particle 
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|- 
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|P(I,3): || pz of particle
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|- 
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|P(I,4): || Energy of particle
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|- 
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|P(I,5): || mass of particle 
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|- 
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|V(I,1): || x vertex information 
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|-
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|V(I,2): || y vertex information 
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|- 
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|V(I,3): || z vertex information
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|}
 
|}
* 7th line: "============================================"
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* 8th line: event information for first event
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*7th line: "============================================"
* 9th line: "============================================"
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*8th line: event information for first event
* 10th to X-1 line: trackwise info of 1st event
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*9th line: "============================================"
* Xth line "=============== Event finished ==============="
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*10th to X-1 line: trackwise info of 1st event
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*Xth line "=============== Event finished ==============="
  
 
'''the information from line 8 to X repeats for each event.'''
 
'''the information from line 8 to X repeats for each event.'''
  
==References==
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== References ==
  
 
<span id="Ref1">(1)</span> "MILOU: a Monte-Carlo for Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering", E. Perez, L. Schoeffel and L. Favart, [http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0411389v1 hep-ph/0411389v1].
 
<span id="Ref1">(1)</span> "MILOU: a Monte-Carlo for Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering", E. Perez, L. Schoeffel and L. Favart, [http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0411389v1 hep-ph/0411389v1].
  
 
<span id="Ref2">(2)</span> "A New Monte Carlo Generator for High Energy Physics", S. Kawabata, Comp. Phys. Comm. 41, 127 (1986).
 
<span id="Ref2">(2)</span> "A New Monte Carlo Generator for High Energy Physics", S. Kawabata, Comp. Phys. Comm. 41, 127 (1986).
 
 
[[Category:Event Generators]]
 
[[Category:Event Generators]]

Latest revision as of 12:06, 9 October 2019

MILOU is a Monte Carlo generator for deeply virtual Compton scattering (DVCS), ep → eYγ, developed by E. Perez, L. Schoeffel and L. Favart [1]. It is based on generalised parton distributions (GPDs) evolved to next-to-leading order.

Overview

The MILOU code is written in Fortran. GPDs, evolved to next-to-leading order, provide the real and imaginary parts of Compton form factors (CFFs), which are used to calculate cross sections for DVCS and DVCS-BH interference. The package BASES/SPRING [2] is used to generate events from these cross sections. First, the differential cross sections are integrated by the numerical integration package BASES to yield probability distributions. These distributions are used by the event generation package SPRING to generate the DVCS events. Proton dissociation (ep → eYγ) can be included, with hadronisation of the system Y performed by PYTHIA. The generated events are saved to a PAW ntuple.

Running MILOU

A 32-bit installation of MILOU can be found in the EIC AFS region at

/afs/rhic.bnl.gov/eic/PACKAGES/milou32

The generator options are set via a "steering card" dvcs.steer. The options are described in [1].

The program is run via the command

./milou

This generates a PAW file named bookhis_form_modif.ntp, which contains an ntuple with the event information. If a ROOT file is preferred, the programme h2root can be used to produce a ROOT ntuple from the PAW ntuple:

h2root bookhis_form_modif.ntp <rootFileName>

Output file structure

the output file is in a text format, asc.out, which has the following structure:

  • 1st line: "generator name" (i.e. MILOU32); "name of the person generating the sample"; "Name of the Istitution"
  • 2st line: MILOU EVENT FILE
  • 3nd line: "============================================"


  • 4rd line: Information on event wise variables stored in the file
I: 0 (line index)
ievent: eventnumber running from 1 to XXX
linesnum: numbers of particles in the event (max value of line index); =5 if no radiative corrections applied, =6 otherwise
weight: applied weight, default is 1.00000000
genprocess: generated process (1=BH, 2=DVCS, 3=Interaction(btw BH and DVCS), 4=BH+DVCS+Interaction, 5=SSA without TW3)
radcorr: radiative corrections (0= NO correction; 1= Initial State Radiation(ISR) )
truex, trueQ2, truey, truet, truephi: are the kinematic variables of the event.
phibelgen: azimuthal angle between the production and the scattering plane.
phibelres: azimuthal angle (see above) resolution.
phibelrec: reconstructedazimuthal angle between the production and the scattering plane.
If radiative corrections are turned on they are different from what is calculated from the scattered lepton.
If radiative corrections are turned off they are the same as what is calculated from the scattered lepton


  • 5th line: "============================================"


  • 6th line: Information on track wise variables stored in the file
I: line index, runs from 1 to Nr. of particles
K(I,1): status code KS (1: stable particles 10x:beam particles)
K(I,2): particle KF code (11: electron, 22: photon, 2212: proton)
K(I,3): line number of parent particle
K(I,4): normally the line number of the first daughter; it is 0 for an undecayed particle or unfragmented parton
K(I,5): normally the line number of the last daughter; it is 0 for an undecayed particle or unfragmented parton.
P(I,1): px of particle
P(I,2): py of particle
P(I,3): pz of particle
P(I,4): Energy of particle
P(I,5): mass of particle
V(I,1): x vertex information
V(I,2): y vertex information
V(I,3): z vertex information
  • 7th line: "============================================"
  • 8th line: event information for first event
  • 9th line: "============================================"
  • 10th to X-1 line: trackwise info of 1st event
  • Xth line "=============== Event finished ==============="

the information from line 8 to X repeats for each event.

References

(1) "MILOU: a Monte-Carlo for Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering", E. Perez, L. Schoeffel and L. Favart, hep-ph/0411389v1.

(2) "A New Monte Carlo Generator for High Energy Physics", S. Kawabata, Comp. Phys. Comm. 41, 127 (1986).