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PAT Workflow

The PAT workflow is divided in a series of layers as shown on the figure below:

  • Layer 0 performs the "cleaning" tasks on the standard reconstructed object (in AOD or RECO formats), computes related information (e.g., Monte Carlo and trigger matching), and takes care of the low-level handling of references.
  • Layer 1 collapses the output of layer 0 into compact objects containing all the necessary information.
  • Layer 2 performs event-hypothesis dependent tasks: this is where the analysis starts.

The PAT workflow

PAT workflow

The PAT consists of framework plugin modules: cleaners for layer 0, producers for layer 1. These plugins themselves call standalone algorithms and helper classes.

Notes:

Tasks performed inside the PAT

The tasks performed insode PAT are:

  • Monte Carlo and trigger matching
  • Lepton isolation and particle identification
  • Objects cleaning (e.g., jet-electron overlap removal)
  • The definition of global event variables (e.g., total event charge, object multiplicity)

They are represented in the following structure:

-- RogerWolf - 13 May 2009

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