The longitudinal momenta of the initiator partons have been defined by the values picked. The remaining longitudinal momentum is shared between the remnants in accordance with their character. A valence quark receives an picked at random according to a small- valence-like parton density, proportional to , where for a quark in a proton and for a quark. A sea quark must be the companion of one of the initiator quarks, and can have an picked according to the distribution introduced above. A diquark would obtain an given by the sum of its constituent quarks. (But with the possibility to enhance this , to reflect the extra gluon cloud that could go with such a bigger composite object.) If a baryon or meson is in the remnant, its is equated with the value obtainable from the Lund symmetric fragmentation function, again with the possibility of enhancing this as for a diquark. A gluon only appears in an otherwise empty remnant, and can thus be given . Once values have been picked for each of the remnants, an overall rescaling is performed such that the remnants together carry the desired longitudinal momentum.