Hto4lEV Installation Recipe for ATLAS Release 13.0.40

The tag Hto4lEV-001-00-00 is compatible with the official EventView ATLAS release 13.0.40.

A1. How to get started

A2. Inside Hto4lEV-Package Contents

You can see the code in CVS repository at CVS Users ATLAS Area: Hto4lEV

The contents of Hto4lEV package is the following:

  • Hto4lEV/run: Where jobOption files are stored. The Hto4lEV jobO files can be found here. The directory where you can run your jobO.
  • Hto4lEV/python: Consists of python modules each of which is a sequence of tools.
  • Hto4lEV/src: This is the place to implement C++ tools specific to Hto4l analysis.
  • Hto4lEV/include: This is the place for header files for the C++ tools specific to Hto4l analysis.
  • Hto4lEV/cmt: Manages dependencies, (setup and compilation of the package).

A2.1. Match Modules (python directory)

  • match Reco Electron1 objects to Truth Electron1 objects
  • match Reco Electron2 objects to Truth Electron2 objects
  • match Reco Muon1 objects to Truth Muon1 objects
  • match Reco Muon2 objects to Truth Muon2 objects
  • match Truth Electron1 objects to Reco Electron1 objects
  • match Truth Electron2 objects to Reco Electron2 objects
  • match Truth Muon1 objects to Reco Muon1 objects
  • match Truth Muon2 objects to Reco Muon2 objects

A2.2. C++ code (/include and /src directory)

Inserter Modules

  • EVElectronInserter: Added the IsolPCut and the Sd0Cut for track isolation selection
  • EVMuonInserter: Added the IsolPCut and the Sd0Cut for track isolation selection

Tools based on EVUDObjCalcBaseT

  • ElecIsol: calculate the d0/overd0Error and the TrackIsolP for the Electron Track Particle
  • MuIsol: calculate the d0/overd0Error and the TrackIsolP for the Combined Muon Track Particle

-- TheodotaLagouri - 30 May 2008

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