Public repository with Monte Carlo simulations for high-energy particle collision experiments
February 06, 2017
April 19, 2017
Planning high-energy collision experiments for the next few decades requires extensive Monte Carlo simulations in order to accomplish physics goals of these experiments. Such simulations are essential for understanding fundamental physics processes, as well as for setting up the detector parameters that help establish R&D projects required over the next few decades. This paper describes a public repository with
Monte Carlo event samples before and after detector-response simulation. The goal of this repository is to facilitate the accomplishment of many goals in planning a next generation of particle experiments.
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