Difference: StreamingTaskForce (28 vs. 29)

Revision 292008-02-25 - AnatolySolomin

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  • A stream refers to the collection of events that are stored in the same physical file for a given run period. Not to be confused with I/O streams in a purely computing context (e.g. streaming of objects into a Root file)
  • A selection is the output of a given selection during the stripping. There will be one or more selections in a given stream. It is
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expected that a selection should have a typical (large) size of $10^6$ ($10^7$) events in 2 inverse fb. This means a reduction reduction factor of 2 x $10^4$ ($10^3$) compared to the 2 kHz input
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expected that a selection should have a typical (large) size of 106 (107) events in 2 fb-1. This means a reduction factor of 2 x 104 (103) compared to the 2 kHz input
  stream or an equivalent rate of 0.1 (1.0) Hz.

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