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Stripping Results for Stripping 11

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The statistics on this page are generated using 100k events from run 79646 (mu=2.23, HLTTCK 0x001F0029) and DaVinci v26r2.

  • The microbias triggered events have been removed from the sample before evaluating these retentions. This means that we are only looking at the pure physics retention (the microbias are limited to 200Hz, whereas the physics contribution from Hlt will only grow). This ultimately means that your line will have a higher retention since there are fewer events on the denominator.
  • A correlation plot is included for each stream. The index on the axis of the correlation plot can be directly matched to the Index label in the table for each stream. Red indicates a 100% correlation.
  • Stripping 11 includes production of Charm and inclusive-J/psi micro-DSTs. The Charm micro-DST is a complete clone of the full-stream RD and CP lines for this release but will be pre-scaled in future releases.

The (almost) complete list of lines that will be run in the Stripping can be found here. In addition the following lines have been appended in AppConfig:

from StrippingSelections.StrippingB2twobody_prompt import B2twobody_promptLine
streamBhadron.appendLines( B2twobody_promptLine() )

from StrippingSelections.StrippingD2hhh_conf import StrippingD2hhhConf
streamCharm.appendLines( [
     StrippingD2hhhConf().stripDs2PPP() ,
     StrippingD2hhhConf().stripDs2KKP() ,
     StrippingD2hhhConf().stripDs2KPPos()
     ] )
   


Stream retentions

Stream Retention
Calibration %
Bhadron %
Charm %
Semileptonic %
Dimuon %
Dielectron %
EW %
Radiative %

-- ThomasBlake - 11-Oct-2010

 
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