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Citing original research included in GENIE

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What follows in a(n incomplete) list of references for original research included in GENIE:

Nuclear model:
  • E.J. Moniz, Nuclear Fermi momenta from quasielastic electron scattering, Phys.Rev.Lett. 26 (1971) 445-448
  • A. Bodek and J.L. Ritchie, Further Studies of Fermi Motion Effects in Lepton Scattering from Nuclear Targets, Phys.Rev. D24 (1981) 1400
  • A.Bodek, M.E.Christy and B.Coopersmith, Effective Spectral Function for Quasielastic Scattering on Nuclei, Eur.Phys.J. C74 (2014) 3091
  • H. De Vries, C.W. De Jager, C. De Vries, Nuclear charge and magnetization density distribution parameters from elastic electron scattering, A href="">Atom.Data Nucl.Data Tabl. 36 (1987) 495-536
  • H. Ejiri, Nuclear deexcitations of nucleon holes associated with nucleon decays in nuclei, Phys.Rev. C48 (1993) 1442-1444
Cross-section model
Hadronization model
  • T. Yang, C. Andreopoulos, H. Gallagher, K. Hoffmann and P. Kehayias, A Hadronization Model for Few-GeV Neutrino Interactions, Eur.Phys.J. C63 (2009) 1-10
  • T. Sjostrand, S. Mrenna and P. Z. Skands, PYTHIA 6.4 Physics and Manual, JHEP 0605 (2006) 026
  • Z.Koba, H.B. Nielsen and P.Olesen, Scaling of multiplicity distributions in high-energy hadron collisions Nucl.Phys. B40 (1972) 317-334
  • A.B. Clegg and A. Donnachie, A Description of Jet Structure by pT Limited Phase Space, Z.Phys. C13 (1982) 71
  • M. Derrick et al., Properties of the Hadronic System Resulting from anti-Muon-neutrino p Interactions, Phys.Rev. D17 (1978) 1
  • M. Derrick et al., Hadron Production Mechanisms in Anti-neutrino - Proton Charged Current Interactions, Phys.Rev. D24 (1981) 1071; Phys.Rev. D30 (1984) 1129
  • A.A. Ivanilov et al., Inclusive Gamma and Pi0 Production in Neutrino and Anti-neutrino Interactions Up to 30-GeV, Sov.J.Nucl.Phys. 41 (1985) 963
  • Aachen-Bonn-CERN-Munich-Oxford Collaboration (P. Allen et al.), Multiplicity Distributions in Neutrino - Hydrogen Interactions, Nucl.Phys. B181 (1981) 385
  • Aachen-Birmingham-Bonn-CERN-London-Munich-Oxford Collaboration (H. Grassler et al.), Multiplicities of Secondary Hadrons Produced in Neutrino p and Anti-neutrino p Charged Current Interactions, Nucl.Phys. B223 (1983) 269
  • Amsterdam-Bergen-Bologna-Padua-Pisa-Saclay-Turin Collaboration (D. Allasia et al.), Fragmentation In Neutrino And Anti-neutrinos Charged Current Interactions On Proton And Neutron, Z.Phys. C24 (1984) 119-131
  • Aachen-Bonn-CERN-Democritos-London-Oxford-Saclay Collaboration (P. Bosetti et al.), Strange Particle Production in Neutrino and Anti-neutrino Neon Interactions, Nucl.Phys. B209 (1982) 29
  • N.J.Baker et al., Strange Particle Production in Neutrino - Neon Charged Current Interactions, Phys.Rev. D34 (1986) 1251-1264
  • E632 Collaboration (D. DeProspo et al.), Neutral strange particle production in neutrino and anti-neutrino charged current interactions on neon, Phys.Rev. D50 (1994) 6691-6703
  • J.P.Berge et al., Inclusive Negative Hadron Production from High-Energy anti-neutrino Nucleus Charged Current Interactions Phys.Rev. D18 (1978) 3905
  • V.Ammosov et al., A Study of Semiinclusive gamma Production in Charged Current anti-neutrino - Nucleon Interactions, Nuovo Cim. A51 (1979) 539
Intranuclear rescattering model