MadGraph5_aMC@NLO is a framework that aims at providing all the elements necessary for SM and BSM phenomenology, such as the computations of cross sections, the generation of hard events and their matching with event generators, and the use of a variety of tools relevant to event manipulation and analysis. Processes can be simulated to LO accuracy for any user-defined Lagrangian, an the NLO accuracy in the case of models that support this kind of calculations -- prominent among these are QCD and EW corrections to SM processes. Matrix elements at the tree- and one-loop-level can also be obtained. MadGraph5_aMC@NLO is the new version of both MadGraph5 and aMC@NLO that unifies the LO and NLO lines of development of automated tools within the MadGraph family. It therefore supersedes all the MadGraph5 1.5.x versions and all the beta versions of aMC@NLO. The standard reference for the use of the code is: J. Alwall et al, ”The automated computation of tree-level and next-to-leading order differential cross sections, and their matching to parton shower simulations”, arXiv:1405.0301 [hep-ph]. In addition to that, computations in mixed-coupling expansions and/or of NLO corrections in theories other than QCD (eg NLO EW) require the citation of: R. Frederix et al, ”The automation of next-to-leading order electroweak calculations”, arXiv:1804.10017 [hep-ph]. A more complete list of references can be found here:

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