MET Triggers in 2017 data (DP-2017/045)

Efficiency plots for Single Muon dataset versus Etmiss (no muon)
Figure: Trigger efficiencies for HLT_PFMETNoMu120_PFMHTNoMu120_IDTight trigger path, as a function of the offline EmissT (no μ) variable, calculated in 2017 data (run number >= 299504). ETmiss (no μ) (at HLT/offline) is defined as the magnitude of the missing transverse momentum, reconstructed with the Particle Flow algorithm (at HLT/offline), removing the muon candidates from the vector sum. The missing hadronic activity HTmiss (no μ) is defined as the magnitude of the vector sum of the transverse momenta of the jets, reconstructed with the Particle Flow algorithm (at HLT level/offline), once the muon candidates have been removed.[Get pdf version]
Contact: Lisa Benato
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Efficiency plots for Single Muon dataset versus number of vertices
Trigger efficiencies for HLT_PFMETNoMu120_PFMHTNoMu120_IDTight trigger path, as a function of the number of primary vertices reconstructed offline, calculated in 2017 data (run number >= 299504). ETmiss (no μ) (at HLT level/offline) is defined as the magnitude of the missing transverse momentum, reconstructed with the Particle Flow algorithm (at HLT/offline), removing the muon candidates from the vector sum. The missing hadronic activity HTmiss (no μ) is defined as the magnitude of the vector sum of the transverse momenta of the jets, reconstructed with the Particle Flow algorithm (at HLT level/offline), once the muon candidates have been removed. Different offline thresholds of ETmiss (no μ) are applied: 200 GeV (green); 250 GeV (orange); 300 GeV (light blue). A pile-up dependent inefficiency can be observed when the looser selection (green) is applied. [Get pdf version]
Contact: Lisa Benato
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-- ElisabettaGallo - 2017-10-19

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