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ATLAS Muon Combined Performance Working Group

General information

Conveners Person Stefano Zambito
Person Giacomo Artoni
Contact Information Mail MCP mailing list
Mail MCP conveners
Meetings Meeting Muon combined Indico directory
Jira Project ATLASMCP
gitlab Project atlas-mcp
Open Tasks Combined Performance, Muon Software

Mandate

The Muon Combined Performance Working Group aims at optimizing and measuring the reconstruction and identification performance for muons in ATLAS. Muon reconstruction is based on the combined use of data from three subdetectors: Muon Spectrometer, Inner Detector, and Calorimeters. The activity is thus determined from the combined performance of these detectors and of the corresponding event reconstruction software, providing a link between Detector Software and Physics Analysis.
The Muon Combined Performance group covers three main areas:
  • Combined muon reconstruction and identification
  • Combined muon data quality assurance
  • Guidelines for use of muons in physics analyses
The group collaborates closely with the Muon Trigger Signature Group.

Guidelines for physics analysis

Release 21 recommendations
(2015-2018, 13 TeV data)
MCPAnalysisWinterMC16
Release 20.7 recommendations
(2015-2016, 13 TeV data)
MCPAnalysisGuidelinesMC15
Release 19 recommendations
(2012, 8 TeV data)
MCPAnalysisGuidelinesData2012
Release 17 recommendations
(2011, 7 TeV data)
MCPAnalysisGuidelinesRel17MC11a
Release 16 recommendations
(2010, 7 TeV data)
MCPAnalysisGuidelinesRel16

Standard references for publications

Analyses using 13 TeV data Muon reconstruction performance of the ATLAS detector in proton--proton collision data at sqrt(s)=13 TeV
arXiv:1603.05598, Eur. Phys. J. C 76 (2016) p. 292, Material
Analyses using 7 and 8 TeV data
(2011 and 2012)
Measurement of the muon reconstruction performance of the ATLAS detector using 2011 and 2012 LHC proton-proton collision data
arXiv:1407.3935, Eur. Phys. J. C 74 (2014) p. 3130, Material
Analyses using 7 and 8 TeV data
(2010 only)
Muon reconstruction efficiency and momentum resolution of the ATLAS experiment in proton-proton collisions at sqrt{s}=7 TeV in 2010
arXiv:1404.4562, Eur. Phys. J. C 74 (2014) p. 3034, Material

The corresponding BibTex can be found here.

Subgroups

Efficiency measurement Sub-Convener: J. Junggeburth
Scale/Resolution measurement Sub-Convener: call open!
Identification working points Sub-Convener: M. Kopangen Bugge
Isolation Forum Sub-Convener: Y. Yamaguchi
Muon Software Group Coordinators: S. Rosati, N. Köhler
Upgrade Studies Contact: M. Goblirsch
Monte-Carlo Production Contact: N. Köhler

Contacts from Physics Analysis groups

Higgs Weitao Wang
Standard Model Kostas Kordas
Top Luca Martinelli
SUSY Johannes Junggeburth
Exotics Sebastien Rettie
HDBS Christopher Hayes
B-Physics call open!
Heavy Ions call open!

2018 Run-2 data Publication

Supporting Documents to the first "2018 Run-2 Data" paper (muon ID)
WORK IN PROGRESS
Working Points
Efficiencies
Isolation

Muon Combined DQA
Muon Performance Tolerable Defects
MCP xAOD Analysis Framework
Using Muon data from xAODs
MCP D3PD Analysis Framework
Using Muon D3PDs

Arrow blue right Muon data validation summary page

Standard references for physics papers

Muon Identification

Muons for physics analysis

Overview ...
Muon objects and collections
External site NEW Muons Collection (unified chain)
External site Muid Muon Collection
External site Staco Muon Collection
External site Calorimeter Muon Collection
ALERT! MuonPerformanceIssues

Group Space and Data Sets

MCP xAOD derivations
MCP DESD (Trigger/Alignment)
MCP NTUP (Efficiency and Momentum calibration)
MCP simulation samples
MCP disks and group data



Standard references

These are at present the standard references from the MCP group.

Muon analyses with 13 TeV data, please reference:

Muon analyses with 7 and 8 TeV data, please reference:

The corresponding BibTex is here

MCP publications

Blue led Journal Papers
NEW Muon reconstruction performance of the ATLAS detector in proton--proton collision data at sqrt(s)=13 TeV ( Figures), arXiv:1603.05598 Eur. Phys. J. C (2016) 76:292
Measurement of the muon reconstruction performance of the ATLAS detector using 2011 and 2012 LHC proton-proton collision data ( Figures), Eur.Phys.J. C74 (2014) 3130.
Muon reconstruction efficiency and momentum resolution of the ATLAS experiment in proton-proton collisions at sqrt{s}=7 TeV in 2010 ( Figures), Eur. Phys. J. C (2014) 74:3034.
Performance of the ATLAS Detector using First Collision Data, JHEP 09 (2010) 056.
Studies of the performance of the ATLAS detector using cosmic-ray muons, EPJC 71 (2011) 1593.
Standalone Vertex Finding in the ATLAS Muon Spectrometer, JINST 9 (2014) P02001.
Commissioning of the ATLAS Muon Spectrometer with Cosmic Rays, Eur.Phys.J.C70:875-916,2010.

Blue led Supporting Document to "2015 Run-2 Data" paper
ATL-COM-PHYS-2015-1149

Blue led Supporting Documents to "2011+2012 Data" paper
Results on the muon reconstruction efficiency in ATLAS 2012 pp collision data
Muon momentum scale and resolution corrections evaluated with Z->mumu 2 and J/psi->mumu decays on Run I ATLAS data
Reconstruction of final-state-radiation photons in Z decays to muons in 8 TeV proton-proton collisions

Blue led Plots and Figures Blue led Conference Notes
NEW AtlasPublic. MuonPublicResults
Plots from cosmic-ray data
Plots for the expected performance on MC (CSC)
The list is provided by a separate, public wiki:
Muon Performance CONF Notes.
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Old Links

Meet here MCP sharepoint (outdated, please use the JIRA project)

Old MCP page Obsolete:
Filter dESD content and MCP filtering
Package Data for 7 TeV runs
Package ID pileup simulation samples
Package Official samples with release 20.1.X, to be used for the recomandations

MCP Run-1 tasks and LS1 plans ( old page )
MCP Action items

Mandate

The Muon Combined Performance Working Group aims at optimizing and measuring the reconstruction and identification performance for muons in ATLAS. Muon reconstruction is based on the combined use of data from three subdetectors: Muon Spectrometer, Inner Detector, and Calorimeters. The activity is thus determined from the combined performance of these detectors and of the corresponding event reconstruction software, providing a link between Detector Software and Physics Analysis. The structure of the ATLAS physics and performance groups is shown here.
The Muon Combined Performance group covers three main areas:

  • Combined muon reconstruction and identification
  • Combined muon data quality assurance
  • Guidelines for use of muons in physics analyses
The group collaborates closely with the Muon Trigger Signature Group.

Past Conveners

Stefano Rosati (2016-2018)
Massimiliano Bellomo (2015-2017)
Gabriella Sciolla (2014-2016)
Niels Van Eldik (2013-2015)
Massimo Corradi (2012-2014)
Ed Moyse (2011-2013)
Oliver Kortner (2010-2012)

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