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We have added to TEAPOT the ability to interpolate coordinates between alternating
horizontal and vertical BPM's for the purpose of studying local decoupling. This makes
possible investigations of the accuracy of local decoupling schemes (based on these
interpolated coordinates) for the RHIC arcs. Since the interpolation is based on ideal
twiss parameters, its accuracy will depend on the lattice errors, and a full simulation of
the lattice will be needed to test decoupling schemes.
 L. Schachinger and R. Talnan, "Teapot: A Thin-Element Accelerator Program for
Optics and Tracking," Part. Accel. 22, 35 (1987).
 L. Schachinger and R. Talman, "Manual for the Program TEAPOT: Noninteractive
FORTRAN Version," Appendix G, March 1995.
 F. Pilat, "Correction of the triplet skew quadrupole errors in RHIC," RHIC/AP 58,
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L., Scachinger & Talman, R. Modifications to TEAPOT for Studies of Local Decoupling in the RHIC Arcs, report, April 2, 1996; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc869416/m1/3/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.