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. Marco Drago, Sergey Klimenko, Claudia Lazzaro, Edoardo Milotti, et. al: coherent WaveBurst, a pipeline for unmodeled gravitational-wave data analysis (2021) not zbMATH
  2. Del Faro-Odi, H. A.; López-Martínez, R. R.; Rodríguez-Achach, M. E.; Hernández-Montoya, A. R.: Thermal and superthermal income classes in a wealth alike distribution generated by Conway’s game of life cellular automaton (2020)
  3. Marangotto, Daniele: Extracting maximum information from polarised baryon decays via amplitude analysis: the (\Lambda_c^+\longrightarrowp K^- \pi^+) case (2020)
  4. Marangotto, Daniele: Helicity amplitudes for generic multibody particle decays featuring multiple decay chains (2020)
  5. Nagu, Srishti; Singh, Jaydip; Singh, Jyotsna; Singh, R. B.: Impact of cross-sectional uncertainties on DUNE sensitivity due to nuclear effects (2020)
  6. R.A. Kycia, P. Lebiedowicz, A. Szczurek: Decay: A Monte Carlo library for the decay of a particle with ROOT compatibility (2020) arXiv
  7. Stewart Boogert, Andrey Abramov, Laurence Nevay, William Shields, Stuart Walker: PYG4OMETRY: a Python library for the creation of Monte Carlo radiation transport physical geometries (2020) arXiv
  8. Vasyliv, Yaroslav; Alexeev, Alexander: Simulating incompressible flow on moving meshfree grids (2020)
  9. Faruk Diblen, Jisk Attema, Rena Bakhshi, Sascha Caron, Luc Hendriks, Bob Stienen: spot: Open Source framework for scientific data repository and interactive visualization (2019) not zbMATH
  10. Tai Sakuma: AlphaTwirl: A Python library for summarizing event data into multivariate categorical data (2019) arXiv
  11. Vasyliv, Yaroslav; Alexeev, Alexander: Development of general finite differences for complex geometries using a sharp interface formulation (2019)
  12. Adrian Bevan, Thomas Charman, Jonathan Hays: HIPSTER - A python package for particle physics analyses (2018) arXiv
  13. James Bourbeau, Zigfried Hampel-Arias: PyUnfold: A Python Package for Iterative Unfolding (2018) arXiv
  14. Moritz Gelb; Thomas Keck; Markus Prim; Hulya Atmacan; Jochen Gemmler; Ryosuke Itoh; Bastian Kronenbitter; Thomas Kuhr; Matic Lubej; Felix Metzner; Chanseok Park; Seokhee Park; Christian Pulvermacher; Martin Ritter; Anze Zupanc: B2BII: Data Conversion from Belle to Belle II (2018) not zbMATH
  15. Ralph Engel; Dieter Heck; Tim Huege; Tanguy Pierog; Maximilian Reininghaus; Felix Riehn; Ralf Ulrich; Michael Unger; Darko Veberič: Towards A Next Generation of CORSIKA: A Framework for the Simulation of Particle Cascades in Astroparticle Physics (2018) not zbMATH
  16. Sébastien Brochet; Christophe Delaere; Brieuc François; Vincent Lemaître; Alexandre Mertens; Alessia Saggio; Miguel Vidal Marono; Sébastien Wertz: MoMEMta, a modular toolkit for the Matrix Element Method at the LHC (2018) arXiv
  17. Ilaria Brivio, Yun Jiang, Michael Trott: The SMEFTsim package, theory and tools (2017) arXiv
  18. 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)
  19. Borzou, Ahmad: A macroscopically effective Lorentz gauge theory of gravity (2016)
  20. G.A. Cowan, D.C. Craik, M.D. Needham: RapidSim: an application for the fast simulation of heavy-quark hadron decays (2016) arXiv

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