SixTrack is a single particle 6D symplectic tracking code optimized for long term tracking in high energy rings. It is mainly used for the LHC for dynamic aperture studies, tune optimization, and collimation studies.
F. Schmidt (DESY, CERN), J.D. Andersson, R. Assman, J. Barranco, V.K. Berglyd Olsen, C. Bracco, R. Bruce, R. De Maria, M. Fiascaris, M. Fjellstrom, H. Grote, K. Heinemann, F. James, K. Koelbig, R. Kwee-Hinzmann, Y. Levinsen, E. Mcintosh, A. Mereghetti, D. Mirarchi, K. Paraschou, T. Persson, V. Previtali, E. Quaranta, H. Ranshall, S. Redaelli, A. Rossi, A. Santamaria, K. Sjobak, Y. Sun, C. Tambasco, M. Vaenttinen, J.F. Wagner, T. Weiler, J. Wretborn (CERN), M. Fitterer (FNAL, CERN), V. Gupta (Google Summer of Code), S. Kostoglou (NTUA, CERN), J. Molson (UMAN, LAL, CERN), A. Patapenka (NIU, CERN), G. Robert-Demolaize (BNL, CERN)
Core Devs: V.K. Berglyd Olsen, R. De Maria, A. Mereghetti, J. Molson, T. Persson, K. Sjobak.
Copyright 2019 CERN. This software is distributed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License version 2.1, copied verbatim in the file LICENSE.md.
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To build the standard release version of SixTrack, run the script
cmake_six with no additional options.
This will build the SixTrack 64 bit executable with the singletrackfile, zlib support, as well as the crlibm math library.