TAUPLUS is a software package which was conceived of by Team 3 in 1992 as the package to be used by Team 3 members in order to have consistency between different tau analyses being done by members of the tau team. TAUPLUS is a re-writing of the PJTAG software with which some members of the collaboration may be familiar. Information about where to find the software and documentation is listed at the end of this post. At LEP-200 TAUPLUS is used by a number of analyses with low multiplicity topologies.
TAUPLUS is designed as two separate sub-packages which work well together:
Click here if you would like to see the release notes for the latest version (5.4) of TAUPLUS.
Click here if you would like to see the release notes for version 5.3 of TAUPLUS.
Click here if you would like to see the release notes for version 5.2 of TAUPLUS.
The package currently is composed of four libraries, three for the different types of I/O and one for the physics routines. They have been compiled and tested on the following platforms:
Porting of the software is very easy, provided you have the DELPHI libraries installed. You can find the software in the tau task area in the following places (note 8/3/2001 - it has moved recently from the team3 account):
fs sysnameThe libraries can also be found with the rest of the DELPHI libraries in the directory pointed to by the DELPHI environment variable DELPHI_LIB.
Please note that the most up-to-date library versions can be found in the directory
All libraries, card files and command procedure files (including those for the example program) can be found under the Team 3 account in VXCERN::DISK$DELPHI1:[TEAM3.TAUPLUS]. In addition, the TAUPLUS card file and the TAUPLUS libraries can be found with the rest of the DELPHI card files in the directories referenced by the DELPHI logicals DELPHI_PAM: and DELPHI_LIB:
A manual has been written and is available as DELPHI Note 94-131 PROG 209 from the DELPHI secretariat or here via the web
If you have any questions, please contact me.
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