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 extremely user friendly interface, which allows one  extremely user friendly interface, which allows one 
 to easily implement various kinematical cuts into the calculations. to easily implement various kinematical cuts into the calculations.
-Generated events (weighted or unweighted) can be stored in the  +Generated events (weighted or unweighted) can be stored in the [[https://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0609017|Les Houches Event]] file or presented "on the fly" with convenient
-Les Houches Event file or presented "on the fly" with convenient+
 built-in tool [[pegasus:plotter|PEGASUS Plotter]]. built-in tool [[pegasus:plotter|PEGASUS Plotter]].
  
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   * The user-defined setup for any process (total center-of-mass energy, selected parton densities, kinematical restrictions, binnings etc) can be saved to a configuration file in some internal format (''*.pegasus''). This can be done via the main menu (using //File -> Save// or //File -> Save As// options) or via the popup menu available on right mouse button click or via appropriate button in the button panel. Of course, the configuration file can be loaded and a user-defined setup can be used in further applications. This can be done via main menu (with //File -> Open// option) or via popup menu or via //Open// button on the button panel.    * The user-defined setup for any process (total center-of-mass energy, selected parton densities, kinematical restrictions, binnings etc) can be saved to a configuration file in some internal format (''*.pegasus''). This can be done via the main menu (using //File -> Save// or //File -> Save As// options) or via the popup menu available on right mouse button click or via appropriate button in the button panel. Of course, the configuration file can be loaded and a user-defined setup can be used in further applications. This can be done via main menu (with //File -> Open// option) or via popup menu or via //Open// button on the button panel. 
   * Weighted or unweighted events can be generated. This option is available via main menu //Edit -> Settings -> Generated events// or via popup menu.   * Weighted or unweighted events can be generated. This option is available via main menu //Edit -> Settings -> Generated events// or via popup menu.
-  * If one needs to generate the Les Houches Event file, one has to mark corresponding option before the calculation starts. Note that this option affects the speed of the calculations.+  * If one needs to generate the [[https://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0609017|Les Houches Event]] file, one has to mark corresponding option before the calculation starts. Note that this option affects the speed of the calculations.
   * The calculation will start by choosing the corresponding option in main menu (//Calculation -> Start//), popup menu or pressing //Start// button on the button panel. The numerical results for requested observables will be immediately presented "on the fly" with built-in tool [[pegasus:plotter|PEGASUS Plotter]]. The calculations can be paused or even stopped (using main menu options //Calculation -> Pause//, //Calculation -> Stop//, corresponding buttons on the button panel or options in popup menu).   * The calculation will start by choosing the corresponding option in main menu (//Calculation -> Start//), popup menu or pressing //Start// button on the button panel. The numerical results for requested observables will be immediately presented "on the fly" with built-in tool [[pegasus:plotter|PEGASUS Plotter]]. The calculations can be paused or even stopped (using main menu options //Calculation -> Pause//, //Calculation -> Stop//, corresponding buttons on the button panel or options in popup menu).
   * If there are several contributing subprocesses, there is a possibility to immediately jump to the next one (via //Calculation -> Next// option in main menu or appropriate button on button panel or popup menu) during the calculations.   * If there are several contributing subprocesses, there is a possibility to immediately jump to the next one (via //Calculation -> Next// option in main menu or appropriate button on button panel or popup menu) during the calculations.
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 Contributions to the physics in PEGASUS were provided by Anatoly Kotikov (JINR, Dubna) and  Contributions to the physics in PEGASUS were provided by Anatoly Kotikov (JINR, Dubna) and 
-Nizami Abdulov (MSU, Moscow). We thank Vladimir Lyubushkin (JINR, Dubna),  +Nizami Abdulov (MSU, Moscow). We thank Vladimir Lyubushkin (JINR, Dubna), Gennady Lykasov (JINR, Dubna) 
-who contributed significantly to the functionality and stability of PEGASUS.+and Andrey Prokhorov (MSU, Moscow & JINR, Dubna), who contributed significantly to the functionality and stability of PEGASUS.
  
 We are especially grateful to Nikolai Zotov, who guided and supervised our first steps in High Energy Physics,  We are especially grateful to Nikolai Zotov, who guided and supervised our first steps in High Energy Physics, 
 who encouraged our progress in k<sub>t</sub>-factorization and whose enthusiasm consolidated our group. Nikolai Zotov passed away on January 2016. Our work is dedicated to his memory. who encouraged our progress in k<sub>t</sub>-factorization and whose enthusiasm consolidated our group. Nikolai Zotov passed away on January 2016. Our work is dedicated to his memory.
  
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