Detailed systematic comparison of HIJING results with a very wide range of data demonstrates that a quantitative understanding of the interplay between soft string dynamics and hard QCD interaction has been achieved. In particular, HIJING reproduces many inclusive spectra two particle correlations, and can explain the observed flavor and multiplicity dependence of the average transverse momentum.
We plan to continue investigating a variety of physics topics with HIJING including pA to dihadron reactions and back-to-back two-particle correlations. The long range objective is to develop a space-time parton shower program that utilizes HIJING as the initial condition prior to hadronization. This latter development should be coupled to both the field theoretic studies of dE/dx described in the next section. The space-time cascade can only be done after a proper understanding of how interference phenomena leading to the Landau-Pomeronchuck-Migdal effect can be included in a classical cascade simulation.
Please read the following publications for references:
HIJING: A Monte Carlo model for multiple jet production in p p, p A and A A collisions , Xin-Nian Wang and Miklos Gyulassy, Phys.Rev.D 44, 3501 (1991).
Gluon shadowing and jet quenching in A + A collisions at s**(1/2) = 200-GeV , Xin-Nian Wang and Miklos Gyulassy, Phys. Rev. Lett.68, 1480-1483 (1992).
A Systematic study of particle production in p + p (anti-p) collisions via the HIJING model , Xin-Nian Wang and Miklos Gyulassy, Phys.Rev.D 45, 844 (1992).
HIJING 1.0: A Monte Carlo program for parton and particle production in high-energy hadronic and nuclear collisions , Miklos Gyulassy and Xin-Nian Wang, Comput. Phys. Commun. 83, 307 (1994).
A pQCD-based Approach to Parton Production and Equilibration in High-energy Nuclear Collisions , Xin-Nian Wang, Phys. Reports 280, 287 (1997).
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