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The description of the ISAJET samples in chapter 3 and the first half of
chapter 4 are essentially extracts from reference 20. My debts to the coauthors are
Ed Berger served as supervisor to the project.
Mark Pundurs generated the samples at 630 GeV and prepared figures 13
through 17. He also designed the layout for table 1.
C.P. Yuan gave me several informal lessons on Monte Carlos and allowed me
to use his parton level Monte Carlo to make figures 11 and 12.
Frank Paige came to Argonne in the fall of 1988 and introduced me to ISAJET.
I would also like to thank former University of Chicago experimental students
John Conway and Joel Heinrich for handling my computer difficulties at the Univer-
sity. Ruibin Meng discussed some aspects of the higher order calculation with me.
Much gratitude goes to the high energy physics theory group at Argonne for their
support and considerable patience. The work at Argonne was supported by the U.S.
Department of Energy, Division of High Energy Physics, Contract No. W-31-109-
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