Frederix, R; Gehrmann, T; Greiner, N (2008). MadDipole: automation of the dipole subtraction method in MadGraph/MadEvent. Journal of High Energy Physics, (9):122.

## Abstract

We present the implementation of the dipole subtraction formalism for the real radiation contributions to any next-to-leading order QCD process in the MadGraph/MadEvent framework. Both massless and massive dipoles are considered. Starting from a specific (n+1)-particle process the package provides a Fortran code for all possible dipoles to all Born processes that constitute the subtraction term to the (n+1)-particle process. The output files are given in the usual MadGraph StandAlone'' style using helicity amplitudes.

We present the implementation of the dipole subtraction formalism for the real radiation contributions to any next-to-leading order QCD process in the MadGraph/MadEvent framework. Both massless and massive dipoles are considered. Starting from a specific (n+1)-particle process the package provides a Fortran code for all possible dipoles to all Born processes that constitute the subtraction term to the (n+1)-particle process. The output files are given in the usual MadGraph StandAlone'' style using helicity amplitudes.

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Item Type: Journal Article, refereed, original work 07 Faculty of Science > Physics Institute 530 Physics English September 2008 06 Mar 2009 12:35 05 Apr 2016 13:06 Institute of Physics Publishing 1029-8479 10.1088/1126-6708/2008/09/122 http://arxiv.org/abs/0808.2128
Permanent URL: http://doi.org/10.5167/uzh-16503

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