Iset = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 correspond to the following CTEQ global fits: C cteq2M, cteq2MS, cteq2MF, cteq2ML, cteq2L respectively. C --> QCD parameters for parton distribution set Iset can be obtained inside C the user’s program by: C Dum = Prctq2 C > (Iset, Iord, Ischeme, MxFlv, C > Alam4, A1am5, A1am6, Amas4, Amas5, Amas6, C > Xmin, Qini, Qmax, ExpNor) C where all but the first argument are output parameters. C They should be self-explanatory —- see details under ENTRY Prctq2. C Since the QCD Lambda value for the various sets are needed more often than C the other parameters in most applications, a special function 0 Wlamd2 (Iset, Iorder, Neff) is provided C which returns the lambda value for Neff = 4,5,6 effective flavors as well as C the order these values pertain to. C The range of (x, Q) used in this round of global analysis is, approxi— C mately, 0.01 < x < 0.75 ; and 4 GeV‘2 < 0‘2 < 400 GeV“2 for fixed target C experiments and 0.0001 < x < 0.01 from preliminary data of HERA. C The range of (x, Q) used in the reparametrization of the QCD evolved C parton distributions is 10E—5 < x < 1 ; 1.6 GeV < Q < 1 TeV. The C functional form of this parametrization is: C A0 * x‘Al * (1-x)‘A2 * (1 + A3 * x“A4) * [log(1+1/x)]‘A5 C with the A’coefficients being smooth functions of O. For heavy quarks, C a threshold factor is applied to A0 which simulates the proper Q-dependence C of the QCD evolution in that region. C Since this function is positive definite and smooth, it provides sensible C extrapolations of the parton distributions if they are called beyond C the original range in an application. There is no artificial boundaries C or sharp cutoff’s. Appendix C Index alr, 92, 119, 121, 143, 148 already, 92 anglestat, 92, 110, 140 base, 120 basesq, 120 Boltzmann equation, 20, 24 Boltzmann-Uehling-Uhlenbeck (BUU), 2 Bonds, 6 BUU, 10, 22, 30 buu scatteringdat, 144 c.m.—system, 82 Cascade codes, 2, 38 causal, 94 Causality information, 143 Causality violations, 38 causalpl, 93, 96 causcatter, 122 CBA, 23 Channels, 91, 132, 135, 137 charge, 93, 104 checknumbers, 98, 154 chscat, 92, 110, 143 Closest approach criterion, 41 Clusters, 13 cmtimstp, 129 collide, 121, 123 collisions, 82 Consistent Boltzmann Algorithm, 23 constant, 97 control, 93 CPU-time, 93 cralphas, 94 create, 90, 101 credel, 149 creﬂag, 90, 101 crelabpn, 90, 101 cremodir, 90, 101 crenn, 90, 101 crenp, 90, 101 crenumber, 92, 153, 154 crepar, 152 crex0, 90, 101 crezO, 90, 101 crk, 94 crm, 94 cm, 94 ctq2pd, 158 Cutoff, 94 decay, 97, 148 delnumber, 92, 151, 154 delpar, 149 deltax, 120, 157 deltay, 120, 157 deltaz, 120, 157 deltx, 102, 105 delty, 102, 105 deltz, 102, 105 Direct Simulation Monte Carlo, 22 Displacement, 25 160 distri, 157 DSMC, 22 elabpnpro, 88 elabpntar, 88 elabpro, 89 elabtar, 89 endpart, 117 Enskog theory, 23 E08, 20 eps, 86, 106, 126, 127, 142 eq, 87, 102, 111, 131 Equation of state, 20 Evaporation, 1, 13 Excitation energy, 13 fdue, 88 feq, 88 Fission, 1, 13 Flow, 20 qu, 88 fq, 87, 90, 101, 102, 111, 112, 143 Fragmentation, 6 Frame dependencies, 47 Full-ensemble testparticle algorithm, 24, 30 Gluon—gluon cross section, 40 graphics output, 93 grid, 81 grid boundaries, 81, 103 gridroot, 115, 121, 150, 154 gridspxy, 88, 103 gridspz, 89, 103, 115 gridz, 89, 103 161 Hard processes, 38 Hard-sphere Boltzmann equation, 23 Hard-sphere radius, 25 hbc,85 IMF, 1, 7 impact, 110 init, 95, 100 initcharge, 104 initcheck, 105 initcross, 106, 136 initﬂag, 104 initmeth, 90, 100, 103 initmethl, 104, 110 initparms, 90 initperm, 105 initqsq, 90 initrnuc, 90 initxmin, 90 Intermediate mass fragment, 1, 7 iseed, 88, 95 Isospin, 6 labangle, 92, 142 Landau—Vlasov, 2 last, 87, 102, 104, 121, 148, 153 lastnumber, 92 lastpoint, 88, 123 1asttime, 123 Lattice, 6 LHC, 4 Lightcone, 46 Lorentz invariance, 45 lowcut, 89 makenucleus, 90, 101, 103 manuc, 85 maxchannel, 86 maxcos, 92, 109, 140 maxdq, 124 maximum cross section, 81 maxpoints, 86, 106, 126 maxsig, 88, 106, 125, 136 maxsigma, 92, 102, 109, 126 maxsq, 92, 109, 126 maxtype, 86 mean ﬁeld, 79, 82 mincos, 92, 109, 140 mindq, 124 minsigma, 92, 102, 109, 126 minsq, 92, 109, 126 Molecular Dynamics, 22 montecarlo, 144 move, 97, 114 move step, 81 mquark, 86 mtest, 86 multiple scattering, 81 nc, 95 Neutron skin, 18 neweq, 92 newfq, 153 newmomenta, 140, 145 newpart, 92, 152 newpq, 92, 153 newpscat, 92 nequ, 92, 153 newtest, 92 newtq, 92, 153 nextgrid, 88, 122, 150, 153, 154 nmts, 88 nnpro, 87 nnq, 87, 102, 111, 112, 144, 148, 153 nntar, 87 nppro, 87 nptar, 87 nq, 87, 101, 102, 111, 116, 151, 152 nsta, 92, 109 nstaO, 124 nstal, 125 ntime, 88, 103 162 ntr, 87 Nuclear ﬂow, 20 One particle distribution function, 24 others, 88 outb, 115 outchannel, 132 Parallel-ensemble testparticle algorithm, 30 parameter ﬁle, 90, 95, 103 parmin, 87 Partial cross section, 40, 91, 93, 106, 135, 137 particles, 86 parton distribution, 39, 157 Pauli principle, 27 Percolation model, 6 perm, 93, 102, 105, 116, 156 permute, 156 permx, 102, 105, 119, 156 permy, 102, 105, 119, 156 permz, 102, 105, 119, 157 pi, 86 ploto, 93, 96 plotout, 96 pointer, 82 pointscat, 92, 102, 104 pq, 87, 102, 111 preferential directions, 81 projectile, 101 Proper time, 75 protocol ﬁle, 92, 95, 103, 128, 154 prox0, 88 pron, 88 qq, 102 Quark-gluon plasma, 4, 38 r0, 85 rancor, 109 Random walk, 44 Reduced volume, 27 restat, 98, 109 Retarded interaction, 72 RHIC, 4, 38 rq, 87, 102, 111 scalbetax, 127 scatter, 97, 118, 123, 156 Scattering, 81 scattering, 93 Scattering data ﬁle, 144 Screening, 28 Second virial coefﬁcient, 29 Signal velocity, 143 Sites, 6 Soft processes, 38 Spacelike distance, 46 Spectator region, 10 sqstep, 86, 106, 126 stat, 92 stcount, 94, 95 stdec, 85 steps, 94, 95 stymax, 94, 95 subperm, 116 Superluminous signals, 40 t0, 93, 94 target, 101 test run, 79 timefault, 92, 102, 109, 129 Timestep length, 63 timstp, 88, 131 tinl, 91, 106, 126, 134, 136 tin2, 91, 106, 126, 134, 136 163 Total cross section, 91, 94, 108, 135 totalcross, 91, 133, 135 totscat, 143 tout1, 91, 106, 134, 140 tout2, 91, 134, 140 tpbeta, 91, 125 tpbq, 91, 125 tpchin, 91, 126, 133, 135, 144 tpchout, 91, 132, 133, 144 tpcos, 91, 139, 145 tpcrindex, 91, 126 tpdq, 91, 124 tpdqc, 91, 129 tpeq1,90 tpeq2, 90 tpeql, 91, 125 tpeqscl, 148 tpeqch, 148 tpgambet, 91, 127 tpgamma, 91, 127 tpmol, 91, 131 tpmo2, 131 tppl, 90 tpp2,90 tprc, 91, 129, 131 tprl, 90, 124 tprn, 90, 119 tpscl, 91, 140, 147 tpsceql, 91 tpsceq2, 91 tpsigma, 91, 126, 133, 136 tpsq, 90, 126 tptd, 91, 129 tq, 87, 102, 111, 140 Transformation equations, 48 Transport models, 3 twopart, 90, 119 twototwo, 132, 139 uperp, 146 164 vc, 94, 95 velocitypl, 93, 96 veymax, 94, 95 vgrid, 94, 95 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