Sivers FunctionBelow we supply grid files, interpolation routines, and sample calculations for both the up and down quark Sivers function of the proton. Here we supply the implementation of evolution for the Torino and Bochum fits to the Sivers function, using (Eur.Phys. J. A39,89(2009)) and (Phys.Rev.D73,094023 (2006)) for the non-perturbative input needed for the CSS evolution. See the README file and arXiv:1110.6428v1 [hep-ph] for more explanation. Example Figure: Up quark TMD PDF for x=0.09 Example Figure: Negative of the Up quark Sivers Function for x=0.1Note that the implementation of the evolution of the Torino fits uses the unpolarized collinear PDFs. Therefore, in order Torino fits to work correctly, the standard integrated PDF sets need to be installed. Find the MSTW PDF sets here.
Direct Implementation of Evolution in Torino and Bochum Fits.
Gaussian fits to the evolved Torino and Bochum Sivers functions, valid for low k_{T}.
Table 1 from arXiv:1110.6428v1 [hep-ph]. The first column is Q in GeV, the second column is the Gaussian slope parameter b in GeV^{-2}, the third column is the normalization a in GeV^{-3}.------
Mathematica package for Gaussian fits.------
Fortran and C++ codes for Gaussian fits.------Collection of Fortran 77 and C++ routines and example calculations for the Gaussian fits. Type 'make' to compile the routines and the example codes. |