Online Data Quality Monitoring for the FTK

Introduction

This is a short introduction to online data quality monitoring (DQM) for the FTK. It should give a overview over tools, classes, and database files that are used and help to modify them in the future. Figure 1 gives a graphic overview over the current online DQM setup and the tools that are used.

Event Fragment Provider

In the final setup event fragments will be provided by DCM. For testing purposes the following tools are used.

EMON

Why don't I have a nice table here?

Gnam Name Athena Name Description
SamplerType Key Sampler type, e.g. ReadoutApplication, DCM
SamplerNames KeyValue List of sampler names, alternatively keep empty and specify KeyCount to choose randomly
NumberOfSamplers KeyCount Pick number of samplers of specified type randomly (recommended)
L1TriggerType TriggerType LVL1 8 bit trigger type
- LVL1Names List of L1 bit names
L1Bits LVL1Items List of L1 bit numbers
L1Bits_Logic LVL1Logic 'AND', 'OR', or 'IGNORE'
L1Bits_Origin LVL1Origin Athena: 'TBP', 'TAP', or 'TAV', Gnam: 'BEFORE_PRESCALE', 'AFTER_PRESCALE', or 'AFTER_VETO'
StreamType StreamType HLT stream type (e.g. physics, calibration, monitoring)
StreamNames StreamNames List of HLT stream names
Stream_Logic StreamLogic 'AND', 'OR', or 'IGNORE' (IGNORE both type and name)
test

List of DQM Histograms

General points: Does it make sense to distinguish between modules? Only global histos?

Histogram Test Comment
Track Parameters 1D: d0, z0, phi0, cotTh, curv, chiSq template, < ChiSq> < ChiSq _max, phi and eta flat, <d0> < d0_max curv <--> pT, cotTh <--> eta?, for each module?
phi0 vs d0 template  
phi0 vs cotTh template, flat,  
phi0 vs curv template  

 

-- ArthurEugenBolz - 2015-11-17

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