Special Article - Tools for Experiment and Theory
JEWEL 2.0.0: directions for use
Theory Unit, Department of Physics, CERN, 1211 , Geneva 23, Switzerland
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Accepted: 29 January 2014
Published online: 20 February 2014
In this publication the first official release of the Jewel 2.0.0 code [The first version Jewel 1 (Zapp et al. in Eur Phys J C 60:617, 2009) could only treat elastic scattering explicitly and the code was never published, The code can be downloaded from the official Jewel homepage http://jewel.hepforge.org] is presented. Jewel is a Monte Carlo event generator simulating QCD jet evolution in heavy-ion collisions. It treats the interplay of QCD radiation and re-scattering in a medium with fully microscopic dynamics in a consistent perturbative framework with minimal assumptions. After a qualitative introduction into the physics of Jewel detailed information about the practical aspects of using the code is given. The code is available from the official Jewel homepage http://jewel.hepforge.org.
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