ROOT

ROOT - An object oriented data analysis framework. The ROOT system in an Object Oriented framework for large scale data analysis. ROOT written in C++, contains, among others, an efficient hierarchical OO database, a C++ interpreter, advanced statistical analysis (multi-dimensional histogramming, fitting, minimization, cluster finding algorithms) and visualization tools. The user interacts with ROOT via a graphical user interface, the command line or batch scripts. The command and scripting language is C++ (using the interpreter) and large scripts can be compiled and dynamically linked in. The OO database design has been optimized for parallel access (reading as well as writing) by multiple processes.


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  1. Ko, P.; Natale, Alexander; Park, Myeonghun; Yokoya, Hiroshi: Simplified DM models with the full SM gauge symmetry: the case of $t$-channel colored scalar mediators (2017)
  2. Borzou, Ahmad: A macroscopically effective Lorentz gauge theory of gravity (2016)
  3. Thomas Keck: FastBDT: A speed-optimized and cache-friendly implementation of stochastic gradient-boosted decision trees for multivariate classification (2016) arXiv
  4. August, Daniel; Maas, Axel: On the Landau-gauge adjoint quark propagator (2013)
  5. Hashi, Manami; Kitazawa, Noriaki: Signatures of low-scale string models at the LHC (2012)
  6. R. Aloisio, D. Boncioli, A. F. Grillo, S. Petrera, F. Salamida: SimProp: a Simulation Code for Ultra High Energy Cosmic Ray Propagation (2012) arXiv
  7. Širca, Simon; Horvat, Martin: Computational methods for physicists. Compendium for students. Translated from the Slovenian. (2012)
  8. Allanach, Benjamin C.; Grab, Sebastian; Haber, Howard E.: Supersymmetric monojets at the Large Hadron Collider (2011)
  9. Çobanoǧlu, Özgür; Özcan, Erkcan; Sultansoy, Saleh; Ünel, Gökhan: OPUCEM: a library with error checking mechanism for computing oblique parameters (2011)
  10. Maas, Axel: On the gauge boson’s properties in a candidate technicolor theory (2011)
  11. Maas, Axel: On the gauge-algebra dependence of Landau-gauge Yang-Mills propagators (2011)
  12. Mandal, Sourav K.; Nojiri, Mihoko; Sudano, Matthew; Yanagida, Tsutomu T.: Testing the Nambu-Goldstone hypothesis for quarks and leptons at the LHC (2011)
  13. Morháč, Miroslav; Matoušek, Vladislav: High-resolution boosted deconvolution of spectroscopic data (2011)
  14. Torres, Rodrigo Coura; dos Anjos, Andre Rabello; de Seixas, José Manoel; Solovier, Igor: Automatizing the online filter test management for a general-purpose particle detector (2011) ioport
  15. Zhong, Jiahang; Huang, Run-Sheng; Lee, Shih-Chang: A program for the Bayesian neural network in the ROOT framework (2011)
  16. Carasco, C.: MCNP output data analysis with ROOT (MODAR) (2010)
  17. Godbole, Rohini M.; Vempati, Sudhir K.; Wingerter, Akın: Four generations: SUSY and SUSY breaking (2010)
  18. Lundberg, J.; Conrad, J.; Rolke, W.; Lopez, A.: Limits, discovery and cut optimization for a Poisson process with uncertainty in background and signal efficiency: TRolke 2.0 (2010)
  19. Riede, Moritz; Schueppel, Rico; Sylvester-Hvid, Kristian O.; Kühne, Martin; Röttger, Michael C.; Zimmermann, Klaus; Liehr, Andreas W.: On the communication of scientific data: The full-metadata format (2010) ioport
  20. Slawinska, M.; Jadach, S.: MCdevelop - the universal framework for Stochastic Simulations (2010) arXiv

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