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      • Default + Miss ET > 20 GeV + 4 Jets > 20 GeV: 11,47 % (55858 events)
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      • Default + MissET > 20 GeV:14,33 % (69847 events)
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      • Default +MissET > 20 GeV + 4 Jets > 20 GeV: 11,47 % (55858 events)
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      • pT > 10 GeV
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      • Default + MissET > 20 GeV:14,33 % (69847 events)
      • Default +MissET > 20 GeV + 4 Jets > 20 GeV: 8,22% (40055 events)
      • Default +MissET > 20 GeV + 4 Jets > 20 GeV + 3 Jets > 40 GeV:5,68 % (27685 events)

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      • Default cuts (one's above) : 20,20 % (98426 events)
      • Default + MissET > 20 GeV: 18,40 % (89677 events)
      • Default +MissET > 20 GeV + 4 Jets > 20 GeV: 10,82 % (52722 events)
      • Default +MissET > 20 GeV + 4 Jets > 20 GeV + 3 Jets > 40 GeV: 7,39 % (36025 events)
 
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Z+jets

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Object ID

Electron Reconstruction

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Electron Reconstruction

  • Short description and Documentation

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    • The electron likelihood parametrizes the distributions of various discriminating variables for signal (S) and background (B) which are then interpreted as PDFs. The signal probability S ( or em Weight) and the background probability B (or pion Weight) are calculated as a product of the individual probabilities. The final discriminant is the likelihood ratio S/(S+B). The ATLAS electron likelihod uses e0/e, e1/e, e2/e, e3/e, Et Cone40/et, E237/E277, E233/E237,et/(et+Etha), e/p, deta1, dphi2, zvertex/errz, Weta1, Weta2, E2tsts1-Emins1, Fracs1, Isol and numtracks (see documentation of vaiables )

Muon Reconstruction

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Jet Reconstruction

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Trigger

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  • Ntuples produced with the leptonic W's daughter-number fix are placed under:
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B-tagging

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  • release 11. Large TopView athena aware ntuples were produced with release 11.
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Tau1p3p

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SUSY

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Setup the athena release and pacman:
   * source $VO_ATLAS_SW_DIR/software/12.0.6/setup.sh
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pacman -get http://cern.ch/atlas-computing/links/kitsDirectory/Production/cache:patch-name
The list of availables patches can be found at: http://atlas-computing.web.cern.ch/atlas-computing/links/kitsDirectory/Production/cache/

 

Bibliography

Under this section are stored some interesting documents, talks and lectures that you can find helpful to consult during your analysis:

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COSMICS

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SUSY

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    • atlfast samples (directory contains also other SUSY background ): /castor/cern.ch/grid/atlas/datafiles/susy/atlfast/2006_b
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    • Information: ZplusJetsAlpgen
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    • Z->ee: 5144 /castor/cern.ch/grid/atlas/datafiles/csc11/recon/csc11.005144.PythiaZee.recon.AOD.v11004201
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    • Electron candidates are separated in reconstruction from Photon candidates by applying a loose track match. The default electron ID uses isolation in a hollow 0.45 cone and the IsEM flag which is composed of bits that correspond to various requirements on the shower shape in the calorimeter and the track in the ID. The IsEM flag is described in ElectronGammaIsEM page. Alternative approaches using multivariate techniques (NN, Likelihood, HMatrix, ..) are in advanced stage of development.
    • A complete list of the AOD content can be accessed from the Class references in the AOD pages
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    • Electron candidates are separated in reconstruction from Photon candidates by applying a loose track match. The default electron ID uses isolation in a hollow 0.45 cone and the IsEM flag which is composed of bits that correspond to various requirements on the shower shape in the calorimeter and the track in the ID. The IsEM flag is described in ElectronGammaIsEM page. Alternative approaches using multivariate techniques (NN, Likelihood, HMatrix, ..) are in advanced stage of development.
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      • A status report of Christophe Clement in the CAT meeting which contains documentations and distributions of the ID variables for electrons and fakes and the corresponding presentation in the T and P week.
      • A presentation of Gia Khoriauli about EM ID in 12.0.4
 

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I installed the latest EV version at:

/nfs/pic.es/user/c/cosuna/scratch/public/EVgroupArea/EventView-12.0.4.2
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      • Z->mumu: 5145 /castor/cern.ch/grid/atlas/datafiles/csc11/recon/csc11.005145.PythiaZmumu.recon.AOD.v11004205
      • Z->tautau: 5146 /castor/cern.ch/grid/atlas/datafiles/csc11/recon/csc11.005146.PythiaZtautau.recon.AOD.v11004205
    • Higgs group Z+jets Loose samples:
      • Information: ZplusJetsAlpgen
      • ID 8130 .... 8135 (0 jets .... >=5 jets)
      • atlfast samples: /castor/cern.ch/grid/atlas/users/jtanaka/HiggsWG/Z_samples/fast/CBNT/
    • Alpgen Susy background: Z->nunu
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      • ID: 8124 ... 8129
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