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## NLO EW and QCD proton-proton cross section calculations with mcsanc-v1.01

Computer Physics Communications. 2013. No. 184. P. 2343-2350.

Bondarenko S., Сапронов А. А.

mcsanc is a Monte-Carlo tool based on the SANC (Support for Analytic and Numeric Calculations for experiments at colliders) modules for higher order calculations in hadron collider physics. It allows to evaluate NLO QCD and EW cross sections for Drell-Yan processes (inclusive), associated Higgs and gauge boson production and single-top quark production in s- and t-channel. The paper contains theoretical description of the SANC approach, numerical validations and manual.

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IT and mathematics

Language:
English

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The proof of the security of quantum key distribution is a rather complex problem. Security is
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