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Streaming task force - use case for a physics analysis with a high branching ratio

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Use case for a physics analysis with a high branching ratio

 

Outline of use case

This is high branching ratio channel which means that including sidebands the final number of selected events is of the same order as the number of events selected in the stripping - ie no additional selection possible in a subsequent analysis. The CP asymmetry is small (measuring gamma), which requires a very good understanding of any CP-faking effect in the background and the tagging.
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Information stored for each event

Given the large number of events to analyse and the large combinatorics it would be very helpful to already have the stripping candidates stored in the DST. Since harldly any additional cut can be applied offline it does little sense to repeat the selection process in a user job.
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 -- UlrikEgede - 14 Jul 2006 -- PatrickKoppenburg - 20 Jul 2006 -- PatrickKoppenburg - 21 Jul 2006

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