Physics & User manual
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Genie Global Tunes
This section contains the description of Genie's Global configurations and of their corresponding tunings against public data.
A uniform naming convention is required for all Comprehensive Model configuraion (CMC) and all its derived tunes (Comphensive model Tunes, in short CMT) are identified by a single label. Although an impossibly large of information needs to be encoded in the names, they should remain reasonably short. Not only a CMC name will be a command-line argument for all GENIE applications, a CMC name will be the main vehicle for communicating GENIE model configuration and tune information, often verbally.
It is rather clear that the names of the actual physics models, or the names of the datasets, can not be a part of a uniform and compact naming scheme. Such a naming scheme can only employ “keys” that can be used by users in order to look up the corresponding model configurations, parameter lists and datasets. It is expected that all this information will be maintained in the GENIE web page, and that the subset of that information pertaining to the currently supported CMTs will be included in the GENIE Physics and Users Manual.
A CMC is identified by a 7-charachter string in the form
Once a CMC is defined, in order to define a tuning, more information is required namely the set of parameters that were tuned and the dataset used to tune the CMC. Therefore the string identifying a CMT is an extension of the CMC in the form
Global tunes definitions and charachterization
The following list contains the details of the CMCs available in GENIE. Also, for each CMC, validation plots and Tunigs are available.