CAMORRA: a C++ library for recursive computation of particle scattering amplitudes. We present a new Monte Carlo tool that computes full tree-level matrix elements in high-energy physics. The program accepts user-defined models and has no restrictions on the process multiplicity. To achieve acceptable performance, CAMORRA evaluates the matrix elements in a recursive way by combining off-shell currents. Furthermore, CAMORRA can be used to compute amplitudes involving continuous color and helicity final states. (Source: http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/)
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- Bury, M.; van Hameren, A.: Numerical evaluation of multi-gluon amplitudes for high energy factorization (2015)
- Cruz-Santiago, C.; Kotko, P.; Staśto, A. M.: Recursion relations for multi-gluon off-shell amplitudes on the light-front and Wilson lines (2015)
- Cruz-Santiago, C. A.; Staśto, A. M.: Recursion relations and scattering amplitudes in the light-front formalism (2013)
- Kleiss, R.; van den Oord, G.: CAMORRA: a C++ library for recursive computation of particle scattering amplitudes (2011)