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Figure 2: The |η| dependency of the trigger efficiency for MU0 (a) and MU6 (b) trigger selections. Solid lines correspond to the simulated muons with pT=19 GeV, dotted lines are for muons with pT at threshold (in the case of MU0 this threshold is set to 4 GeV).

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Figure 3: The φ dependency of the trigger efficiency for MU0 (a) and MU6 (b) trigger selections. Solid lines correspond to the simulated muons with pT=19 GeV, dotted lines are for muons with pT at threshold (in the case of MU0 this threshold is set to 4 GeV).

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Figure 4: (a) Trigger efficiency as a function of ΔR in the semi-leptonic rare B decay Bs0→μ+μ-φ using the 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares) with MuCTPI. (b) Effect of MuCTPI as a function of the opening angle, ε(without MuCTPI)/ε(with MuCTPI) for 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares).

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Figure 5: (a) The truth pT distribution of the two leading muons is different opening angles range in Bs0→μ+μ-φ events: ΔR<0.1 (filled circles), 0.2<ΔR<0.4 (filled triangles) and ΔR>0.5 (filled squares). (b) The efficiency of 2MU0 as a function of opening angles for two cases: the ΔR separation of the two muons is either larger (filled circles) or smaller (open circles) at the muon trigger system compared to that at the primary vertex.

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Figure 6: (a) Scaled di-muon invariant mass-squared distribution in Bs0→μ+μ-φ events: no level-1 selection (open histogram), triggered by 2MU0 (hatched histogram) and by 2MU6(cross hatched histogram). (b) Efficiencies of 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares) as a function of di-muon invariant mass-squared. The two lines show the relative efficiency with respect to the corresponding average value for 2MU0 (solid line) and 2MU6 (dotted line).

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Figure 7: (a) Forward-Backward asymmetry in Bs0→μ+μ-φ events: no level-1 selection (filled triangles), triggered by 2MU0 (filled circles) and by 2MU6 (open squares). (b) deviation between AFB 's with and without triggers (AFB[2MUx] - AFB[no selection]: 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares).

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Figure 2: The |η| dependency of the trigger efficiency for MU0 (a) and MU6 (b) trigger selections. Solid lines correspond to the simulated muons with pT=19 GeV, dotted lines are for muons with pT at threshold (in the case of MU0 this threshold is set to 4 GeV).

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Figure 3: The φ dependency of the trigger efficiency for MU0 (a) and MU6 (b) trigger selections. Solid lines correspond to the simulated muons with pT=19 GeV, dotted lines are for muons with pT at threshold (in the case of MU0 this threshold is set to 4 GeV).

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Figure 4: (a) Trigger efficiency as a function of ΔR in the semi-leptonic rare B decay Bs0→μ+μ-φ using the 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares) with MuCTPI. (b) Effect of MuCTPI as a function of the opening angle, ε(without MuCTPI)/ε(with MuCTPI) for 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares).



 
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Figure 5: (a) The truth pT distribution of the two leading muons is different opening angles range in Bs0→μ+μ-φ events: ΔR<0.1 (filled circles), 0.2<ΔR<0.4 (filled triangles) and ΔR>0.5 (filled squares). (b) The efficiency of 2MU0 as a function of opening angles for two cases: the ΔR separation of the two muons is either larger (filled circles) or smaller (open circles) at the muon trigger system compared to that at the primary vertex.

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Figure 6: (a) Scaled di-muon invariant mass-squared distribution in Bs0→μ+μ-φ events: no level-1 selection (open histogram), triggered by 2MU0 (hatched histogram) and by 2MU6(cross hatched histogram). (b) Efficiencies of 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares) as a function of di-muon invariant mass-squared. The two lines show the relative efficiency with respect to the corresponding average value for 2MU0 (solid line) and 2MU6 (dotted line).

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Figure 7: (a) Forward-Backward asymmetry in Bs0→μ+μ-φ events: no level-1 selection (filled triangles), triggered by 2MU0 (filled circles) and by 2MU6 (open squares). (b) deviation between AFB 's with and without triggers (AFB[2MUx] - AFB[no selection]: 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares).

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Figure 1: Trigger efficiency as a function of pT with each low-pT threshold; MU0 (filled circles), MU5 (filled triangles) and MU6 (open squares) for muons with |η|<2.5 at the interaction point.

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Figure 2: The |η| dependency of the trigger efficiency for MU0 (a) and MU6 (b) trigger selections. Solid lines correspond to the simulated muons with pT=19 GeV, dotted lines are for muons with pT at threshold (in the case of MU0 this threshold is set to 4 GeV).

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Figure 3: The φ dependency of the trigger efficiency for MU0 (a) and MU6 (b) trigger selections. Solid lines correspond to the simulated muons with pT=19 GeV, dotted lines are for muons with pT at threshold (in the case of MU0 this threshold is set to 4 GeV).

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Figure 4: (a) Trigger efficiency as a function of ΔR in the semi-leptonic rare B decay Bs0→μ+μ-φ using the 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares) with MuCTPI. (b) Effect of MuCTPI as a function of the opening angle, ε(without MuCTPI)/ε(with MuCTPI) for 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares).

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Figure 5: (a) The truth pT distribution of the two leading muons is different opening angles range in Bs0→μ+μ-φ events: ΔR<0.1 (filled circles), 0.2<ΔR<0.4 (filled triangles) and ΔR>0.5 (filled squares). (b) The efficiency of 2MU0 as a function of opening angles for two cases: the ΔR separation of the two muons is either larger (filled circles) or smaller (open circles) at the muon trigger system compared to that at the primary vertex.

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Figure 6: (a) Scaled di-muon invariant mass-squared distribution in Bs0→μ+μ-φ events: no level-1 selection (open histogram), triggered by 2MU0 (hatched histogram) and by 2MU6(cross hatched histogram). (b) Efficiencies of 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares) as a function of di-muon invariant mass-squared. The two lines show the relative efficiency with respect to the corresponding average value for 2MU0 (solid line) and 2MU6 (dotted line).

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Figure 7: (a) Forward-Backward asymmetry in Bs0→μ+μ-φ events: no level-1 selection (filled triangles), triggered by 2MU0 (filled circles) and by 2MU6 (open squares). (b) deviation between AFB 's with and without triggers (AFB[2MUx] - AFB[no selection]: 2MU0 (filled circles) and 2MU6 (open squares).


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Figure 19: Trigger efficiency as a function of \pt\ with each low-\pt\ threshold; MU0 (filled circles), MU5 (filled triangles) and MU6 (open squares) for muons with $|\eta|\,<\,2.5$ at the interaction point.

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