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Re: Converter from Les Houches event xml files to stdhep format? [message #1914 is a reply to message #1913] Fri, 26 February 2010 17:53 Go to previous message
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Registered: July 2007
Location: SLAC
Hi Norm,

The Les Houches xml format event files that I have were generated by a theorist using the CompHEP Feynman diagram package. The goal is to use them as input to SLIC along with the preliminary compact description of our MIT-JLAB experiment.

Below I include the first several lines of xml from the top of one of the files as a sample of the format.

Thanks much,

<LesHouchesEvents version="1.0">
<!-- File generated with CompHEP 4.5.1 -->
     Preliminary version, it is compatible with the Les Houches event file
     format (hep-ph/0609017), but contains extra tags.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<samples xmlns=""
    xsi:schemaLocation=" file:/home/dudko/MCDB/hepml/schemas/0.2/hepml.xsd">
            <eventsNumber>     10000</eventsNumber>
            <crossSection unit="pb" errorMinus=" 1.2628E+06" errorPlus=" 1.2628E+06"> 4.7955E+07</crossSection>
            <fileSize>      7665814</fileSize>
            <checksum type="md5"></checksum>
                CompHEP: a package for evaluation of Feynman diagrams, integration over multi-particle 
                phase space and event generation (supported in part by RFBR grants 96-02-19773-a, 
                99-02-04011-a, 01-02-16710-a, 04-02-17448-a). CompHEP Collaboration: 
                E.Boos, V.Bunichev, M.Dubinin, L.Dudko, V.Edneral, V.ILyin, A.Kryukov, V.Savrin 
                (SINP MSU, Moscow, Russia), A.Semenov (JINR, Dubna, Russia), A.Sherstnev 
                (SINP MSU, Moscow, Russia and University of Cambridge, UK) 
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