SUSY Jets + MET + Taus Analysis (2011 Data)

Contents:
For the latest 2012 information, please see: https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/Sandbox/SUSYJetsMETTausAnalysis2012

Motivation

a) LHC Phenomenology: http://faculty.physics.tamu.edu/kamon/research/LHCpheno/

b) Cosmologically Allowed Regions in mSUGRA: http://faculty.physics.tamu.edu/kamon/research/refSUSY/CDM_allowed_region/

c) International Workshop on the Interconnection between Particle Physics and Cosmology

PPC2012 KIAS t.b.a.
PPC2011 CERN http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=116616
PPC2010 Univ. of Torino/INFN http://www.ppc10.to.infn.it/
PPC2009 Univ. of Oklahoma http://www.nhn.ou.edu/ppc09/
PPC2008 Univ. of New Mexico http://ppc08.phys.unm.edu/
PPC2007 TAMU http://ppc07.physics.tamu.edu/index.html

Green led [1] %%mSUGRA%% %\cite{msugra} \bibitem{msugra}A. H. Chamseddine, R. L. Arnowitt, P. Nath, Phys. Rev. Lett. 49, 970 (1982); R. Barbieri, S. Ferrara, C. A. Savoy, Phys. Lett. B119, 343 (1982); L. J. Hall, J. D. Lykken, S. Weinberg, Phys. Rev. D27, 2359-2378 (1983); P. Nath, R. L. Arnowitt, A. H. Chamseddine, Nucl. Phys. B227, 121 (1983); For a review, see H. P. Nilles, Phys. Rept. 110, 1-162 (1984); Stephen P. Martin, "A Supersymmetry Primer" [arXiv.hep-ph/9709356].

Green led [2] R. Arnowitt et al., PRL 100, 231802 (2008) ... this is a paper to study the signal of stau-neutralino co-annihilation at the LHC

Green led [3] M.Dine and W. Fischler, Phys. Lett. B 110, 227 (1982); C.R. Nappi and B.A. Ovrut, Phys. Lett. B 113, 175 (1982); L. Alvarez-Gaum´e, M. Claudson and M.B. Wise, Nucl. Phys. B207, 96 (1982).

Green led [4] E. Komatsu et al., ApJS, 192, 18 (2011) .... this is WMAP7 paper

Green led I added Ref 3 for GMSB as another example of model with taus to address one of Alfredo's suggestion of strengthening physics motivation. 120114_page1.jpg: Teruki's Comment's (01-14-2012)


Also see http://faculty.physics.tamu.edu/kamon/research/refSUSY/

* 111106_Alfredo_SusyTauApproval.pdf: SUS-11-007 Approval Talk (Alfredo)

* 120121_Teruki_SUSY_v5_1x2.pdf: SUSY summary (Teruki)

* tanB=10, A0 = 0
ref_m12m0msugra_cmsbench.gif

* tanB=40, A0 = -500 GeV (Yudi's mSUGRA)
CMSSM-m12m0_40-500-p_CDF.eps.jpg

(19-12-2011)

(17-01-2012)

Tasks in Preparation for 2012

(1) Upgrading RA2Tau framework to work with 45X and 5X
(2) patTuples for 8 TeV MC
(3) QCD fake rates (tau ID commissioning)
(4) Tau ID in new running conditions
(5) How to measure tau ID scale factor with a ttbar control sample
(6) SHyFT to measure tau ID scale factor vs. MHT/HT/Nvtx/Ztautau/W+Jets/ttbar/...
(7) Trigger efficiencies in MC vs. Jet Pt/MHT/HT/Nvtx/b-Tags/tau-Tags/...

SUS-12-004 Executive Summary of 2 jets + MHT + 2 taus

TTbar 2.03 +/- 0.50 ("tau fake" method) (was 2.18 +/- 2.66 (stat+syst) at 1.1 fb-1)
Wjets 5.20 +/- 0.89 ("tau fake" method) (was 0.00 +/- 1.20 (stat+syst) at 1,1 fb-1)
QCD 0.02 +/- 0.02 (was 0.58 +/- 0.86 (stat+syst) at 1.1 fb-1)
Znunu 0.03 +/- 0.03 ("tau fake" method) (was 0.00 +/- 0.16 (stat+syst) at 1.1 fb-1)
Ztautau 0.21 +/- 0.20 ("tau fake" method) n.a.
Total 7.49 +/- 1.03 (was 2.76 at 1.1 fb-1)
Data 9 observed. (was 3 at 1.1 fb-1)

* Q and A: https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/Sandbox/SusyTauTauPaperAnswers2011

* 120307_mSUGRAlimitplot2.pdf: mSUGRA Excluded Region Distribution

* 120202_HtSignalPlot_m0280mhalf320.pdf: Data vs. MC HT Distribution

* 120202_MeffSignalPlot_m0280mhalf320.pdf: Data vs. MC Meff Distribution

* SM Cross-sections: https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/viewauth/CMS/StandardModelCrossSections

SUS-12-004 (AN-11-519) & SUS-11-007 (AN-11-164) Milestones

Feb 24, 2012 Roy Montalvo Approval Talk TBA
Feb 10, 2012 Roy Montalvo Pre-Approval Talk SUSY 3G Meeting http://roy.physics.tamu.edu/Work/PreApproval
Feb 3, 2012 ... AN and PAS, frozen ...
Jan 20, 2012 Roy Montalvo Status Report SUSY 3G Meeting
Nov 6, 2011 Alfredo Gurrola SUS-11-007 Approval Talk SUSY General Meeting
July 28, 2011 Andres Flrorez (RA2Tau); Matthias Edelhoff (RA6) SUS-11-007 Pre-Approval Talk SUSY General Meeting

SUS-12-008 (AN-11-485) Milestones

Feb 24, 2012 Friederike Approval Talk TBA
Feb 7, 2012 Friederike Pre-Approval Talk SUSY General Meeting [ https://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=176603 ]
Jan 24, 2012 Friederike AN and PAS, frozen ...
Jan 13, 2012 Friederike Status Talk SUSY Hadronic Meeting

* Use Higgs combination tool : https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/viewauth/CMS/SWGuideHiggsAnalysisCombinedLimit

Filters

RA2 double-hadronic tau analysis (SUS-12-004) uses ALL filters, but RecovRecHitFilter:

* EcalDeadCellDeltaRFilter
* EcalDeadCellBoundaryEnergyFilter
* EcalDeadCellTriggerPrimitiveFilter
* HcalLaserEventFilter
* TrackingFailureFilter
* InconsistentMuonPFCandidateFilter
* GreedyMuonPFCandidateFilter
* CosmicFilter
No RecovRecHitFilter
* CSCHaloFilter
* HBHENoiseFilter ("default")
* ECALRingOfFire

LaTeX tips

Tools

We are using the HighMassTau framework for skimming, patTuple creation, and analysis.

Installing & Running the Tools


Installation for 3_8_6

If you are working on FNAL machine, first prepare your environment:
source /uscmst1/prod/sw/cms/cshrc prod
In order to use the code, you need to create a CMSSW_3_8_6 working area:
scramv1 project CMSSW CMSSW_3_8_6
cd CMSSW_3_8_6/src
source /uscmst1/prod/grid/gLite_SL5.csh
cmsenv
source /uscmst1/prod/grid/CRAB/crab.csh
You will need to check out the High Mass Tau Group package. In order to do so, first log in to cvs as an anonymous user:
cmscvsroot CMSSW
cvs login
You will be prompted to enter a password. Use the following password: 98passwd From cvs, checkout the High Mass Tau Group package:
cvs co -d HighMassAnalysis/Skimming -r for38x_PiZeros_HcalNoise  UserCode/AlfredoGurrola/HighMassAnalysis/Skimming
cvs co -d HighMassAnalysis/Configuration -r for38x_PiZeros_HcalNoise UserCode/AlfredoGurrola/HighMassAnalysis/Configuration
cvs co -d HighMassAnalysis/Analysis -r forSusy_03092011_b UserCode/AlfredoGurrola/HighMassAnalysis/Analysis
cvs co -r V00-05-00 -d SHarper/HEEPAnalyzer UserCode/SHarper/HEEPAnalyzer 
cvs co -r 1.25 RecoTauTag/tau_tags.txt
addpkg -f RecoTauTag/tau_tags.txt
Compile:
scram b -j8

Installation for 4_1_3

If you are working on FNAL machine, first prepare your environment:
source /uscmst1/prod/sw/cms/cshrc prod
In order to use the code, you need to create a CMSSW_4_1_3 working area:
setenv SCRAM_ARCH slc5_amd64_gcc434
scramv1 project CMSSW CMSSW_4_1_3
cd CMSSW_4_1_3/src
source /uscmst1/prod/grid/gLite_SL5.csh
cmsenv
source /uscmst1/prod/grid/CRAB/crab.csh
You will need to check out the High Mass Tau Group package as well as several other dependencies. In order to do so, first log in to cvs as an anonymous user:
cmscvsroot CMSSW
cvs login
You will be prompted to enter a password. Use the following password: 98passwd Check out the Tags.csh script, which contains all the necessary dependencies that need to be checked out:
cvs co -d Tags -r 1.3 UserCode/AlfredoGurrola/HighMassAnalysis/Tags.csh
Next, run the Tags.csh script:
./Tags/Tags.csh
This will checkout all necessary packages and compile everything.

Installation for 4_2_4

If you are working on FNAL machine, first prepare your environment:

source /uscmst1/prod/sw/cms/cshrc prod
In order to use the code, you need to create a CMSSW_4_2_3 working area:
setenv SCRAM_ARCH slc5_amd64_gcc434
scramv1 project CMSSW CMSSW_4_2_4
cd CMSSW_4_2_4/src
source /uscmst1/prod/grid/gLite_SL5.csh
cmsenv
source /uscmst1/prod/grid/CRAB/crab.csh
You will need to check out the High Mass Tau Group package as well as several other dependencies. In order to do so, first log in to cvs as an anonymous user:
cmscvsroot CMSSW
cvs login
You will be prompted to enter a password. Use the following password: 98passwd Check out the Tags.csh script, which contains all the necessary dependencies that need to be checked out:
cvs co -d Tags -r 1.18 UserCode/AlfredoGurrola/HighMassAnalysis/Tags.csh
Next, run the Tags.csh script:
./Tags/Tags.csh
This will checkout all necessary packages and compile everything.

Installation for 5_2_3_patch3

If you are working on FNAL machine, first prepare your environment:
source /uscmst1/prod/sw/cms/cshrc prod
In order to use the code, you need to create a CMSSW_5_2_3_patch3 working area:
setenv SCRAM_ARCH slc5_amd64_gcc462
scramv1 project CMSSW CMSSW_5_2_3_patch3
cd CMSSW_5_2_3_patch3/src
source /uscmst1/prod/grid/gLite_SL5.csh
cmsenv
source /uscmst1/prod/grid/CRAB/crab.csh
You will need to check out some specific packages. In order to do so, first log in to cvs as an anonymous user:
cmscvsroot CMSSW
cvs login
You will be prompted to enter a password. Use the following password: 98passwd From cvs, checkout the following packages:
cvs co -r V00-03-07-01   CommonTools/ParticleFlow
cvs co -r V04-05-08      JetMETCorrections/Type1MET
cvs co -r CMSSW_5_2_3_patch3 PhysicsTools/CandUtils
cvs up -r 1.3 PhysicsTools/CandUtils/src/EventShapeVariables.cc
cvs co -r V08-08-25-01   PhysicsTools/PatAlgos 
cvs co -r b5_2_X_cvMEtCorr_2012Apr10 PhysicsTools/PatUtils
cvs co -r CMSSW_5_2_3_patch3 RecoMET/METAlgorithms
cvs up -r 1.2 RecoMET/METAlgorithms/interface/SigInputObj.h
cvs co -r V15-01-05      RecoParticleFlow/PFProducer 
cvs co -r V06-07-09      TopQuarkAnalysis/TopObjectResolutions
cvs co -d SHarper/HEEPAnalyzer UserCode/SHarper/HEEPAnalyzer
cvs co -r V01-04-17 RecoTauTag/RecoTau
cvs co -r V01-04-03 RecoTauTag/Configuration
cvs co -r V00-04-01 CondFormats/EgammaObjects
cvs up -r 1.53 PhysicsTools/PatAlgos/python/tools/tauTools.py
cvs up -r 1.12 PhysicsTools/PatAlgos/python/producersLayer1/tauProducer_cff.py
cvs up -r 1.15 PhysicsTools/PatAlgos/python/recoLayer0/tauDiscriminators_cff.py
cvs co -d HighMassAnalysis/Skimming -r for52x_05072012 UserCode/AlfredoGurrola/HighMassAnalysis/Skimming
cvs co -d HighMassAnalysis/Configuration -r for52x UserCode/AlfredoGurrola/HighMassAnalysis/Configuration
cvs co -d HighMassAnalysis/Analysis -r for52X_v4 UserCode/AlfredoGurrola/HighMassAnalysis/Analysis
Compile:
scram b -j8

Producing PatTuples

Running Interactively: Testing PatTuple Producers

An example configuration file for creating patTuples exists in:
HighMassAnalysis/Configuration/test/Data_TauTauSkim/hiMassTau_patProd.py 
The very first thing the user should check is that everything runs successfully interactively. To run a quick test, first make the following modifications to hiMassTau_patProd.py :

1) Change the following lines:

process.maxEvents = cms.untracked.PSet(
    input = cms.untracked.int32( 100 )
)
to the ones below:
process.maxEvents = cms.untracked.PSet(
    input = cms.untracked.int32( 50 )
)
Changing 100 to 50 means that you will run over ONLY 50 events (-1 is for to run over all events). Next, open the file:
HighMassAnalysis/Configuration/python/hiMassSetup_cfi.py 
This file only exists in pre 52X versions. In versions >= 52X, the parameters previously defined in hiMassSetup_cfi.py are defined in the main configuration file, hiMassTau_patProd.py. This file defines the type of data sample that you want to create. If you want to run over a real collision data sample, then you MUST have the following variables defined:
signal = False
data = True
If you want to create patTuples beginning from a Monte Carlo RECO sample, then make the following definitions:
signal = False
data = False
NOTE: In the High Mass Tau group, we do NOT skim our signal samples. Therefore, If you do NOT want to skim a Monte Carlo sample, set:
signal = True
This will ensure that no skimming criteria is applied. Finally, one must define the type of skimming.

1) Muon + Tau (loose mutau pair)
channel = "mutau"
2) Electron + Tau (loose etau pair)
channel = "etau"
3) Tau + Tau (loose ditau pair)
channel = "tautau"
4) Electron + Muon (loose emu pair)
channel = "emu"
5) Muon + Tau + Tau (loose ditau pair + muon)
channel = "mutautau"
6) Electron + Tau + Tau (loose ditau pair + electron)
channel = "electautau"
7) SUSY (skim for collision data based on HLT_PFMHT150)
channel = "susy"
Once those modifications have been made, then you can test that everything works properly by running interactively:
cmsRun hiMassTau_patProd.py
Please look at all the output to make sure that no errors exist. Note that the default configuration file runs over a TTJets MC sample located at FNAL. One might want to replace input PoolSource to include the appropriate sample.

Creating PatTuples via CRAB and Writing out to Dcache

First, the user needs to verify that they indeed have a dcache area at FNAL:

ls /pnfs/cms/WAX/11/store/user/<USERNAME>

If your store/user area does not exist, please follow the instructions in the following link to request one:

http://www.uscms.org/uscms_at_work//software_computing/tier2/store_user.shtml

Alternatively, allowed users can write out to the RA2Tau dcache area at FNAL:

ls /pnfs/cms/WAX/11/store/user/ra2tau

If the proper /store/user area exists, then create the following crab.cfg file:

[CRAB]
jobtype                 = cmssw
scheduler               = condor

[CMSSW]
datasetpath             = /ZPrime500TauTau_Tauola_GenSimRaw/eluiggi-ZPrime500TauTau_Tauola_GenSimReco-e775361b37e05a960708195f2a24a820/USER
dbs_url                 = http://cmsdbsprod.cern.ch/cms_dbs_ph_analysis_01/servlet/DBSServlet
use_parent              = 0
pset                    = hiMassTau_patProd.py
total_number_of_events  = -1
number_of_jobs          = 50
output_file             = skimPat.root

[USER]
ui_working_dir          = SkimPat
return_data             = 0
copy_data               = 1
check_user_remote_dir = 0
storage_element         = cmssrm.fnal.gov
storage_path = /srm/managerv2?SFN=/11
user_remote_dir=/store/user/<USERNAME>
publish_data            = 1
publish_data_name       = SkimPat
dbs_url_for_publication = https://cmsdbsprod.cern.ch:8443/cms_dbs_ph_analysis_01_writer/servlet/DBSServlet
srm_version = srmv2
#additional_input_files          = Jec10V3.db

[GRID]
rb                      = CERN
proxy_server            = fg-myproxy.fnal.gov
se_white_list =fnal
virtual_organization    = cms
retry_count             = 0

This configuration file is designed to create Monte Carlo patTuples. Make sure the appropriate USERNAME is replaced in the configuration above. NOTE: for versions >= 52X, the crab parameter

additional_input_files
is not needed and should be removed. To create your crab jobs:
crab -create -cfg crab.cfg
To submit your crab jobs:
crab -submit -c <CRAB_UI_NAME>
NOTE: The appropriate directory name must be substituted above.

To check the status of your jobs and retrieve the output:
crab -status -c <CRAB_UI_NAME>
crab -getoutput -c <CRAB_UI_NAME>
Notice that the above configuration is set up such that output files are published to DBS so that they may be accessed via CRAB at a later time. To publish your dataset:
crab -publish -c <CRAB_UI_NAME>

How to use the Analysis Framework

Object Level Selections

How to apply pt > 15 and |eta|<2.1 cuts on hadronic taus?

RecoTauEtaCut = cms.double(2.1),
RecoTauPtMinCut = cms.double(15.),
RecoTauPtMaxCut = cms.double(9999.),

How to apply a leading track requirement on hadronic taus?

The pat::Tau object contains default "discriminators" that contain information about whether a particular object passes the tau POG leading track/pion selections. In CMSSW_4_2_X, the default leading track requirement is: leading tack pt > 5 GeV. The name of this discriminator is "leadingTrackPtCut". Therefore, if the object contains a leading track with pt > 5 GeV, then the value of "leadingTrackPtCut" is 1 ... If it fails this requirement, then the value is 0.

To apply a leading track requirement on hadronic taus:

DoRecoTauDiscrByLeadTrack = cms.bool(True),

The user can either use the defaul "leadingTrackPtCut" discriminator within the pat::Tau object, or apply their own user defined leading track pt requirement. To use the default "leadingTrackPtCut" discriminator, which requires leading track pt > 5, do the following:

UseRecoTauDiscrByLeadTrackFlag = cms.bool(True),
RecoTauDiscrByLeadTrack = cms.untracked.string('leadingTrackPtCut'),

If the user would like to apply their own user defined leading track pt cut, then:

UseRecoTauDiscrByLeadTrackFlag = cms.bool(False),
RecoTauLeadTrackThreshold = cms.double(7.0),

The above configuration will require the leading track of the tau to have pt > 7 GeV.

How to apply a decay mode requirement on hadronic taus?

The pat::Tau object contains default "discriminators" that contain information about whether a particular object passes the tau POG decay mode selections. The default tau POG decay mode finding requires a tau object to have 1 charged hadron with 0 "strips", or 1 charged hadron with 1 "strip", or 1 charged hadron with 2 "strips", or 3 charged hadrons compatible with the tau mass (rho or a1 resonance).

How to apply isolation requirements on hadronic taus?

Event Level Selections

RECO Samples

38X Fall 10 RECO Samples

Here are the samples for 38X (ProductionFall2010at7TeV):

Tau+Tau Skims

Sample Cross Section Filter Efficiency Skim Eff
SUSY LM2 0.6027 pb 1 0.876595 +- 0.000701
TTBar 149.6 pb 1 0.975123 +- 0.000149
W+Jets 29349 pb 1 0.125999 +- 0.000085
ZInv+Jets 4500 pb 1 0.0.031478 +- 0.000118
DYtoTauTau 1653 pb 1 0.254495 +- 0.000304
QCDPt0to5 4.844e+10 pb 1 0.000347 +- 0.000025
QCDPt5to15 3.675e+10 pb 1 0.000676 +- 0.000020
QCDPt15to30 8.159e+08 pb 1 0.034703 +- 0.000078
QCDPt30to50 5.312e+07 pb 1 0.235186 +- 0.000235
QCDPt50to80 6.359e+06 pb 1 0.542666 +- 0.000279
QCDPt80to120 7.843e+05 pb 1 0.773755 +- 0.000234
QCDPt120to170 1.151e+05 pb 1 0.888699 +- 0.000180
QCDPt170to300 2.426e+04 pb 1 0.949111 +- 0.000122
QCDPt300to470 1.168e+03 pb 1 0.984864 +- 0.000069
QCDPt470to600 7.022e+01 pb 1 0.990986 +- 0.000067
QCDPt600to800 1.555e+01 pb 1 0.992371 +- 0.000062
QCDPt800to1000 1.844e+00 pb 1 0.993339 +- 0.000056

41X Spring 11 RECO Samples

Here are the samples for 38X (ProductionSpring2011at7TeV):

Tau+Tau Skims

Sample Cross Section Filter Efficiency Skim Eff
SUSY LM2 0.6027 pb 1 1.000000 +- 0.00000
TTBar 149.6 pb 1 0.969173 +- 0.000160
W+Jets 29349 pb 1 0.117855 +- 0.000083
DYToTauTau 1653 pb 1 0.239789 +- 0.000302
Zinv+Jets 4500 pb 1 0.032056 +- 0.000120

Muon+Tau Skims

Sample Cross Section Filter Efficiency Skim Eff
SUSY LM2 0.6027 pb 1 1.000000 +- 0.00000
TTBar 149.6 pb 1 0.366092 +- 0.000446
W+Jets 29349 pb 1 0.048486 +- 0.000055
DYToTauTau 1653 pb 1 0.061911 +- 0.000171

Electron+Tau Skims

Sample Cross Section Filter Efficiency Skim Eff
SUSY LM2 0.6027 pb 1 1.000000 +- 0.00000
TTBar 149.6 pb 1 0.653808 +- 0.000441
W+Jets 29349 pb 1 0.065717 +- 0.000064

42X Summer 11 RECO Samples

Tau+Tau Skims

Sample Cross Section Filter Efficiency Skim Eff
DYToTauTau 1631 pb 1 0.126620 +- 0.000234
QCD Pt-0to5 4.761652e+10 pb 1 0.001028 +- 0.000031
QCD Pt-5to15 3.675e+10 pb 1 0.001004 +- 0.000025
QCD Pt-15to30 8.159e+08 pb 1 0.004568 +- 0.000020
QCD Pt-30to50 5.312e+07 pb 1 0.097821 +- 0.000119
QCD Pt-50to80 6.359e+06 pb 1 0.355775 +- 0.000189
QCD Pt-80to120 7.843e+05 pb 1 0.608882 +- 0.000191
QCD Pt-120to170 1.151e+05 pb 1 0.764597 +- 0.000172
QCD Pt-170to300 2.426e+04 pb 1 0.866630 +- 0.000136
QCD Pt-300to470 1.168e+03 pb 1 0.957101 +- 0.000082
QCD Pt-470to600 7.022e+01 pb 1 0.985174 +/- 0.000061
QCD Pt-600to800 1.555e+01 pb 1 0.990288 +- 0.000048
QCD Pt-800to1000 1.844e+00 pb 1 0.992661 0.000043
QCD Pt-1000to1400 3.321e-01 pb 1 0.994100 +- 0.000053
QCD Pt1400-1800 1.087e-02 pb 1 0.995741 +- 0.000044
QCD Pt 1800 3.575e-04 pb 1 0.996711 +- 0.000106
TTJets 165 pb 1  
WJets 31314 pb 1 0.071361 +- 0.000037
Zinv+Jets 4500 pb 1 0.013753 +- 0.000079

Tau+Tau Skims

Sample Cross Section Filter Efficiency Skim Eff
TTBar   1 0.946588 +- 0.000132
WJets   1 0.071361 +- 0.000037

Muon+Tau Skims

Sample Cross Section Filter Efficiency Skim Eff
TTBar   1 0.374379 +- 0.000258
DYToTauTau 1653 pb 1 0.066491 +- 0.000176
DYToMuMu 1653 pb 1 0.498022 +- 0.000345
WJets   1 0.069013 +- 0.000038

Electron+Tau Skims

Sample Cross Section Filter Efficiency Skim Eff

Location of MC PatTuples

38X Fall 10 PatTuples

Tau+Tau Skims

/LM2_SUSY_sftsht_7TeV-pythia6/gurrola-LM2386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/TT_TuneZ2_7TeV-pythia6-tauola/gurrola-Ttbar386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/WJetsToLNu_TuneZ2_7TeV-madgraph-tauola/gurrola-Wjets386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/ZinvisibleJets_7TeV-madgraph/gurrola-ZinvJets386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/DYToTauTau_M-20_TuneZ2_7TeV-pythia6-tauola/gurrola-Ztautau386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/QCD_Pt_0to5_TuneZ2_7TeV_pythia6/gurrola-QCD0to5386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/QCD_Pt_5to15_TuneZ2_7TeV_pythia6/gurrola-QCD5to15386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/QCD_Pt_15to30_TuneZ2_7TeV_pythia6/gurrola-QCD15to30386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/QCD_Pt_30to50_TuneZ2_7TeV_pythia6/gurrola-QCD30to50386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/QCD_Pt_50to80_TuneZ2_7TeV_pythia6/gurrola-QCD50to80386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
/QCD_Pt_80to120_TuneZ2_7TeV_pythia6/gurrola-QCD80to120386TauTauSkimPat-7366c4ea4e829434dfceaf4d02b68f46/USER
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41X Spring 11 PatTuples

Tau+Tau Skims

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/WJetsToLNu_TuneZ2_7TeV-madgraph-tauola/florez-Wjets413TauTauSkimPat-6d7995e079abe1f0b04bb08efa8c4d1e/USER

Muon+Tau Skims

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/TTJets_TuneZ2_7TeV-madgraph-tauola/florez-Ttbar413MuTauSkimPat-9798e5ab1d4a976e6f05eba49b220175/USER
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Electron+Tau Skims

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/TTJets_TuneZ2_7TeV-madgraph-tauola/florez-Ttbar413ETauSkimPat-bf245254503c42ca2911551e117c64fa/USER
/WJetsToLNu_TuneZ2_7TeV-madgraph-tauola/florez-Wjets413ETauSkimPat-bf245254503c42ca2911551e117c64fa/USER

42X Summer 11 PatTuples

Tau+Tau Skims

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/QCD_Pt-15to30_TuneZ2_7TeV_pythia6/grace-diTauSkim-75448fb324d0d74d73f257a7dc924fbf/USER 
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QCD Pt 50to80 (Not Publishable)   /uscms_data/d2/rjmhrj/Samples/ForMB/SampleQCDpt50to80.log
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/QCD_Pt-1400to1800_TuneZ2_7TeV_pythia6/grace-DiTauSkim-75448fb324d0d74d73f257a7dc924fbf/USER 
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Muon+Tau Skims

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/DYToMuMu_M-20_TuneZ2_7TeV-pythia6/gurrola-Zmumu424MuTauSkimPat-917b80447908505176b49c543284efa3/USER
/DYToTauTau_M-20_TuneZ2_7TeV-pythia6-tauola/florez-Ztautau_CMSSW424_MuTauSkimPat-d2196243fc6117c733eff4717010f8b7/USER
WJets is attached at the bottom of this page.

Electron+Tau Skims


2011 Collision Data Samples (SUSY Skim)

1.1ifb

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/MET/rjmhrj-susy_skim-d98c0cbcf648486176475ae4204523aa/USER

4635 ipb

Published Datasets:
/METBTag/rjmhrj-lumi_mask_16004-178677-d98c0cbcf648486176475ae4204523aa/USER
/MET/rjmhrj-lumi_mask_16004-180252-e2e2ebe90bf5dc69c2027eb1b36e8eb5/USER
Files:
/uscms_data/d2/rjmhrj/Samples/ForMB/SampleAll2011Data.log

Samples for Validation of Tau ID

Runs: 160329 - 163869
Primary datasest:  /TauPlusX/Run2011A-May10ReReco-v1/RECO  
Pattuple:     /TauPlusX/amarotta-TauPlusX_MuTauSkimMay10ReReco-v1_06212011-6f7bb896fd1f8364561c8ea9ef189621/USER
Runs: 165071 - 167175
Primary dataset:  /TauPlusX/Run2011A-PromptReco-v4/RECO  
Pattuple:  /TauPlusX/amarotta-TauPlusX_MuTauSkimPromptReco-v4_06212011-6f7bb896fd1f8364561c8ea9ef189621/USER
All 2011 Data e-tau Skim
Parents: 
/TauPlusX/Run2011A-May10ReReco-v1/RECO
/TauPlusX/Run2011A-PromptReco-v4/RECO
/TauPlusX/Run2011A-PromptReco-v5/RECO
/TauPlusX/Run2011A-PromptReco-v6/RECO
/TauPlusX/Run2011B-PromptReco-v1/RECO
Pattuple:  /TauPlusX/rjmhrj-etau_16004-180252-93a3627cc60b21cd83c049a0fda21e1e/USER

2012 Collision Data Samples

* All 2012 Data mu-tau Skim *
- 290 ipb - /TauPlusX/Run2012A-PromptReco-v1/RECO
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- 400 ipb - /TauPlusX/Run2012A-PromptReco-v1/RECO
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*** TauPlusX/ ***
-Cert_190456-190688_8TeV_PromptReco_Collisions12_JSON.txt

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-Cert_190456-191276_8TeV_PromptReco_Collisions12_JSON.txt

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8 TeV MC PatTuples for 2012

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/DYToTauTau_M-100to200_TuneZ2Star_8TeV-pythia6-tauola/gulerk-DYToTauTau_MuTau_16042012-bde2a26de94facf2c0f3458b63d77317/USER

Electron + Tau Triggers

For validation of tau ID, we will use the following un-prescaled cross-trigger:
HLT_Ele15_CaloIdVT_CaloIsoT_TrkIdT_TrkIsoT_LooseIsoPFTau15

Muon + Tau Triggers

For validation of tau ID, we will use the following un-prescaled cross-trigger:
HLT_IsoMu12_LooseIsoPFTau10

Samples for Final Analysis

Runs 160404-163869
/METBTag/Run2011A-May10ReReco-v1/RECO

Triggers

We will use the HLT_PFMHT150 trigger.

JSON File

Cert_160404-163869_7TeV_PromptReco_Collisions11_JSON.txt (Integrated Luminosity = 191.1 inverse pb) Cert_160404-166502_7TeV_PromptReco_Collisions11_JSON.txt (Integrated Luminosity = 486 inverse pb) Cert_160404-171116_7TeV_PromptReco_Collisions11_JSON.txt (Integrated Luminosity = 1092 inverse pb)

mSUGRA Scan

At the moment, these are the mSUGRA points that have sufficient statistics:
m0 = 360,  m12 = 540,  A0 = -500,  sign(mu) > 0
m0 = 360,  m12 = 560,  A0 = -500,  sign(mu) > 0
m0 = 400,  m12 = 660,  A0 = -500,  sign(mu) > 0
m0 = 400,  m12 = 680,  A0 = -500,  sign(mu) > 0
m0 = 420,  m12 = 720,  A0 = -500,  sign(mu) > 0
m0 = 420,  m12 = 740,  A0 = -500,  sign(mu) > 0

LM2 Generator Information (mSUGRA parameters, Masses, BRs)

The following mSUGRA parameters were used to generate the LM2 samples:

BLOCK MINPAR  # Input parameters - minimal models
         1     1.85000000E+02   # m0                  
         2     3.50000000E+02   # m12                 
         3     3.50000000E+01   # tanb                
         4     1.00000000E+00   # sign(mu)            
         5     0.00000000E+00   # A0

These are the masses at the EWK scale obtained using RGE's:

LM2 SUSY Masses hide LM2 SUSY Masses

BLOCK MASS  # Mass Spectrum
# PDG code           mass       particle
        24     8.03895769E+01   # W+
        25     1.12891876E+02   # h
        35     4.33816133E+02   # H
        36     4.33780276E+02   # A
        37     4.41655229E+02   # H+
         5     4.82427405E+00   # b-quark pole mass calculated from mb(mb)_Msbar
   1000001     7.76942395E+02   # ~d_L
   2000001     7.45684089E+02   # ~d_R
   1000002     7.70205326E+02   # ~u_L
   2000002     7.52189210E+02   # ~u_R
   1000003     7.76942395E+02   # ~s_L
   2000003     7.45684089E+02   # ~s_R
   1000004     7.70205326E+02   # ~c_L
   2000004     7.52189210E+02   # ~c_R
   1000005     6.71211015E+02   # ~b_1
   2000005     7.23970030E+02   # ~b_2
   1000006     5.80036832E+02   # ~t_1
   2000006     7.48044035E+02   # ~t_2
   1000011     3.04110043E+02   # ~e_L
   2000011     2.31071801E+02   # ~e_R
   1000012     2.91957064E+02   # ~nu_eL
   1000013     3.04110043E+02   # ~mu_L
   2000013     2.31071801E+02   # ~mu_R
   1000014     2.91957064E+02   # ~nu_muL
   1000015     1.55702885E+02   # ~tau_1
   2000015     3.14118803E+02   # ~tau_2
   1000016     2.78934012E+02   # ~nu_tauL
   1000021     8.26803768E+02   # ~g
   1000022     1.40521545E+02   # ~chi_10
   1000023     2.64266574E+02   # ~chi_20
   1000025    -4.55433044E+02   # ~chi_30
   1000035     4.68227895E+02   # ~chi_40
   1000024     2.66559143E+02   # ~chi_1+
   1000037     4.65210964E+02   # ~chi_2+

The following lists the SUSY branching ratios:

#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000021     7.11244132E+00   # gluino decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.62521059E-02    2     1000001        -1   # BR(~g -> ~d_L  db)
     1.62521059E-02    2    -1000001         1   # BR(~g -> ~d_L* d )
     4.13558511E-02    2     2000001        -1   # BR(~g -> ~d_R  db)
     4.13558511E-02    2    -2000001         1   # BR(~g -> ~d_R* d )
     2.07650818E-02    2     1000002        -2   # BR(~g -> ~u_L  ub)
     2.07650818E-02    2    -1000002         2   # BR(~g -> ~u_L* u )
     3.52790965E-02    2     2000002        -2   # BR(~g -> ~u_R  ub)
     3.52790965E-02    2    -2000002         2   # BR(~g -> ~u_R* u )
     1.62521059E-02    2     1000003        -3   # BR(~g -> ~s_L  sb)
     1.62521059E-02    2    -1000003         3   # BR(~g -> ~s_L* s )
     4.13558511E-02    2     2000003        -3   # BR(~g -> ~s_R  sb)
     4.13558511E-02    2    -2000003         3   # BR(~g -> ~s_R* s )
     2.07650818E-02    2     1000004        -4   # BR(~g -> ~c_L  cb)
     2.07650818E-02    2    -1000004         4   # BR(~g -> ~c_L* c )
     3.52790965E-02    2     2000004        -4   # BR(~g -> ~c_R  cb)
     3.52790965E-02    2    -2000004         4   # BR(~g -> ~c_R* c )
     1.30575560E-01    2     1000005        -5   # BR(~g -> ~b_1  bb)
     1.30575560E-01    2    -1000005         5   # BR(~g -> ~b_1* b )
     6.58812687E-02    2     2000005        -5   # BR(~g -> ~b_2  bb)
     6.58812687E-02    2    -2000005         5   # BR(~g -> ~b_2* b )
     7.62389008E-02    2     1000006        -6   # BR(~g -> ~t_1  tb)
     7.62389008E-02    2    -1000006         6   # BR(~g -> ~t_1* t )
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000006     3.81921217E+00   # stop1 decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     2.08472268E-01    2     1000022         6   # BR(~t_1 -> ~chi_10 t )
     1.51013561E-01    2     1000023         6   # BR(~t_1 -> ~chi_20 t )
     4.67372616E-01    2     1000024         5   # BR(~t_1 -> ~chi_1+ b )
     1.73141555E-01    2     1000037         5   # BR(~t_1 -> ~chi_2+ b )
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   2000006     1.06702138E+01   # stop2 decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     3.02372763E-02    2     1000022         6   # BR(~t_2 -> ~chi_10 t )
     8.68255852E-02    2     1000023         6   # BR(~t_2 -> ~chi_20 t )
     8.13259680E-02    2     1000025         6   # BR(~t_2 -> ~chi_30 t )
     2.45430584E-01    2     1000035         6   # BR(~t_2 -> ~chi_40 t )
     2.16291218E-01    2     1000024         5   # BR(~t_2 -> ~chi_1+ b )
     2.26013883E-01    2     1000037         5   # BR(~t_2 -> ~chi_2+ b )
     2.70588539E-02    2     1000006        25   # BR(~t_2 -> ~t_1    h )
     8.68166313E-02    2     1000006        23   # BR(~t_2 -> ~t_1    Z )
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000005     5.42551095E+00   # sbottom1 decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     7.29582865E-02    2     1000022         5   # BR(~b_1 -> ~chi_10 b )
     2.89932327E-01    2     1000023         5   # BR(~b_1 -> ~chi_20 b )
     5.82837694E-02    2     1000025         5   # BR(~b_1 -> ~chi_30 b )
     3.18648306E-02    2     1000035         5   # BR(~b_1 -> ~chi_40 b )
     4.27935961E-01    2    -1000024         6   # BR(~b_1 -> ~chi_1- t )
     1.10572626E-01    2    -1000037         6   # BR(~b_1 -> ~chi_2- t )
     8.45219868E-03    2     1000006       -24   # BR(~b_1 -> ~t_1    W-)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   2000005     5.63435797E+00   # sbottom2 decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     2.32574529E-02    2     1000022         5   # BR(~b_2 -> ~chi_10 b )
     7.82936980E-02    2     1000023         5   # BR(~b_2 -> ~chi_20 b )
     9.84448429E-02    2     1000025         5   # BR(~b_2 -> ~chi_30 b )
     1.17153060E-01    2     1000035         5   # BR(~b_2 -> ~chi_40 b )
     1.13875643E-01    2    -1000024         6   # BR(~b_2 -> ~chi_1- t )
     4.65213054E-01    2    -1000037         6   # BR(~b_2 -> ~chi_2- t )
     1.03762249E-01    2     1000006       -24   # BR(~b_2 -> ~t_1    W-)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000002     7.29924898E+00   # sup_L decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.02718193E-02    2     1000022         2   # BR(~u_L -> ~chi_10 u)
     3.15065941E-01    2     1000023         2   # BR(~u_L -> ~chi_20 u)
     8.38072920E-04    2     1000025         2   # BR(~u_L -> ~chi_30 u)
     1.38242469E-02    2     1000035         2   # BR(~u_L -> ~chi_40 u)
     6.41499243E-01    2     1000024         1   # BR(~u_L -> ~chi_1+ d)
     1.85006777E-02    2     1000037         1   # BR(~u_L -> ~chi_2+ d)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   2000002     1.58306330E+00   # sup_R decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     9.91579744E-01    2     1000022         2   # BR(~u_R -> ~chi_10 u)
     3.07561631E-03    2     1000023         2   # BR(~u_R -> ~chi_20 u)
     1.21876699E-03    2     1000025         2   # BR(~u_R -> ~chi_30 u)
     4.12587312E-03    2     1000035         2   # BR(~u_R -> ~chi_40 u)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000001     7.19025984E+00   # sdown_L decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.81908754E-02    2     1000022         1   # BR(~d_L -> ~chi_10 d)
     3.08682341E-01    2     1000023         1   # BR(~d_L -> ~chi_20 d)
     1.45295693E-03    2     1000025         1   # BR(~d_L -> ~chi_30 d)
     1.84619812E-02    2     1000035         1   # BR(~d_L -> ~chi_40 d)
     6.02532850E-01    2    -1000024         2   # BR(~d_L -> ~chi_1- u)
     5.06789952E-02    2    -1000037         2   # BR(~d_L -> ~chi_2- u)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   2000001     3.92244471E-01   # sdown_R decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     9.91690601E-01    2     1000022         1   # BR(~d_R -> ~chi_10 d)
     3.06535634E-03    2     1000023         1   # BR(~d_R -> ~chi_20 d)
     1.19742954E-03    2     1000025         1   # BR(~d_R -> ~chi_30 d)
     4.04661342E-03    2     1000035         1   # BR(~d_R -> ~chi_40 d)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000004     7.29924898E+00   # scharm_L decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.02718193E-02    2     1000022         4   # BR(~c_L -> ~chi_10 c)
     3.15065941E-01    2     1000023         4   # BR(~c_L -> ~chi_20 c)
     8.38072920E-04    2     1000025         4   # BR(~c_L -> ~chi_30 c)
     1.38242469E-02    2     1000035         4   # BR(~c_L -> ~chi_40 c)
     6.41499243E-01    2     1000024         3   # BR(~c_L -> ~chi_1+ s)
     1.85006777E-02    2     1000037         3   # BR(~c_L -> ~chi_2+ s)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   2000004     1.58306330E+00   # scharm_R decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     9.91579744E-01    2     1000022         4   # BR(~c_R -> ~chi_10 c)
     3.07561631E-03    2     1000023         4   # BR(~c_R -> ~chi_20 c)
     1.21876699E-03    2     1000025         4   # BR(~c_R -> ~chi_30 c)
     4.12587312E-03    2     1000035         4   # BR(~c_R -> ~chi_40 c)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000003     7.19025984E+00   # sstrange_L decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.81908754E-02    2     1000022         3   # BR(~s_L -> ~chi_10 s)
     3.08682341E-01    2     1000023         3   # BR(~s_L -> ~chi_20 s)
     1.45295693E-03    2     1000025         3   # BR(~s_L -> ~chi_30 s)
     1.84619812E-02    2     1000035         3   # BR(~s_L -> ~chi_40 s)
     6.02532850E-01    2    -1000024         4   # BR(~s_L -> ~chi_1- c)
     5.06789952E-02    2    -1000037         4   # BR(~s_L -> ~chi_2- c)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   2000003     3.92244471E-01   # sstrange_R decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     9.91690601E-01    2     1000022         3   # BR(~s_R -> ~chi_10 s)
     3.06535634E-03    2     1000023         3   # BR(~s_R -> ~chi_20 s)
     1.19742954E-03    2     1000025         3   # BR(~s_R -> ~chi_30 s)
     4.04661342E-03    2     1000035         3   # BR(~s_R -> ~chi_40 s)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000011     4.10126636E-01   # selectron_L decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     5.35444761E-01    2     1000022        11   # BR(~e_L -> ~chi_10 e-)
     1.78789777E-01    2     1000023        11   # BR(~e_L -> ~chi_20 e-)
     2.85765462E-01    2    -1000024        12   # BR(~e_L -> ~chi_1- nu_e)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   2000011     4.70202730E-01   # selectron_R decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.00000000E+00    2     1000022        11   # BR(~e_R -> ~chi_10 e-)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000013     4.10126636E-01   # smuon_L decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     5.35444761E-01    2     1000022        13   # BR(~mu_L -> ~chi_10 mu-)
     1.78789777E-01    2     1000023        13   # BR(~mu_L -> ~chi_20 mu-)
     2.85765462E-01    2    -1000024        14   # BR(~mu_L -> ~chi_1- nu_mu)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   2000013     4.70202730E-01   # smuon_R decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.00000000E+00    2     1000022        13   # BR(~mu_R -> ~chi_10 mu-)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000015     2.51818300E-02   # stau_1 decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.00000000E+00    2     1000022        15   # BR(~tau_1 -> ~chi_10  tau-)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   2000015     1.05907791E+00   # stau_2 decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     3.33390992E-01    2     1000022        15   # BR(~tau_2 -> ~chi_10  tau-)
     7.05907664E-02    2     1000023        15   # BR(~tau_2 -> ~chi_20  tau-)
     1.08010535E-01    2    -1000024        16   # BR(~tau_2 -> ~chi_1-  nu_tau)
     1.65740536E-01    2     1000015        25   # BR(~tau_2 -> ~tau_1   h)
     3.22267170E-01    2     1000015        23   # BR(~tau_2 -> ~tau_1   Z)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000012     3.38016867E-01   # snu_eL decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     7.13809368E-01    2     1000022        12   # BR(~nu_eL -> ~chi_10 nu_e)
     9.83884019E-02    2     1000023        12   # BR(~nu_eL -> ~chi_20 nu_e)
     1.87802231E-01    2     1000024        11   # BR(~nu_eL -> ~chi_1+ e-)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000014     3.38016867E-01   # snu_muL decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     7.13809368E-01    2     1000022        14   # BR(~nu_muL -> ~chi_10 nu_mu)
     9.83884019E-02    2     1000023        14   # BR(~nu_muL -> ~chi_20 nu_mu)
     1.87802231E-01    2     1000024        13   # BR(~nu_muL -> ~chi_1+ mu-)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000016     5.93863492E-01   # snu_tauL decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     3.66120536E-01    2     1000022        16   # BR(~nu_tauL -> ~chi_10 nu_tau)
     1.71837130E-02    2     1000023        16   # BR(~nu_tauL -> ~chi_20 nu_tau)
     2.70651794E-02    2     1000024        15   # BR(~nu_tauL -> ~chi_1+ tau-)
     5.89630572E-01    2    -1000015       -24   # BR(~nu_tauL -> ~tau_1+ W-)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000024     1.76407473E-01   # chargino1+ decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     9.47304925E-01    2    -1000015        16   # BR(~chi_1+ -> ~tau_1+  nu_tau)
     5.26950754E-02    2     1000022        24   # BR(~chi_1+ -> ~chi_10  W+)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000037     2.85010109E+00   # chargino2+ decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.23833484E-02    2     1000012       -11   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~nu_eL   e+  )
     1.23833484E-02    2     1000014       -13   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~nu_muL  mu+ )
     9.25832382E-02    2     1000016       -15   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~nu_tau1 tau+)
     2.90649344E-02    2    -1000011        12   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~e_L+    nu_e)
     2.90649344E-02    2    -1000013        14   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~mu_L+   nu_mu)
     5.67216914E-02    2    -1000015        16   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~tau_1+  nu_tau)
     6.23434334E-02    2    -2000015        16   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~tau_2+  nu_tau)
     2.09236846E-01    2     1000024        23   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~chi_1+  Z )
     8.12975927E-02    2     1000022        24   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~chi_10  W+)
     2.42802011E-01    2     1000023        24   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~chi_20  W+)
     1.72118622E-01    2     1000024        25   # BR(~chi_2+ -> ~chi_1+  h )
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000022     0.00000000E+00   # neutralino1 decays
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000023     1.84140363E-01   # neutralino2 decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     8.57115429E-03    2     1000022        23   # BR(~chi_20 -> ~chi_10   Z )
     3.27939711E-02    2     1000022        25   # BR(~chi_20 -> ~chi_10   h )
     7.51802968E-04    2     2000011       -11   # BR(~chi_20 -> ~e_R-     e+)
     7.51802968E-04    2    -2000011        11   # BR(~chi_20 -> ~e_R+     e-)
     7.51802968E-04    2     2000013       -13   # BR(~chi_20 -> ~mu_R-    mu+)
     7.51802968E-04    2    -2000013        13   # BR(~chi_20 -> ~mu_R+    mu-)
     4.77813831E-01    2     1000015       -15   # BR(~chi_20 -> ~tau_1-   tau+)
     4.77813831E-01    2    -1000015        15   # BR(~chi_20 -> ~tau_1+   tau-)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000025     2.72577451E+00   # neutralino3 decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     9.12401998E-02    2     1000022        23   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~chi_10   Z )
     1.90095662E-01    2     1000023        23   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~chi_20   Z )
     2.28425319E-01    2     1000024       -24   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~chi_1+   W-)
     2.28425319E-01    2    -1000024        24   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~chi_1-   W+)
     1.94836633E-02    2     1000022        25   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~chi_10   h )
     8.78546567E-03    2     1000023        25   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~chi_20   h )
     2.31122680E-04    2     1000011       -11   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~e_L-     e+)
     2.31122680E-04    2    -1000011        11   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~e_L+     e-)
     6.27904981E-04    2     2000011       -11   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~e_R-     e+)
     6.27904981E-04    2    -2000011        11   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~e_R+     e-)
     2.31122680E-04    2     1000013       -13   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~mu_L-    mu+)
     2.31122680E-04    2    -1000013        13   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~mu_L+    mu-)
     6.27904981E-04    2     2000013       -13   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~mu_R-    mu+)
     6.27904981E-04    2    -2000013        13   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~mu_R+    mu-)
     7.51865608E-02    2     1000015       -15   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~tau_1-   tau+)
     7.51865608E-02    2    -1000015        15   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~tau_1+   tau-)
     3.58084543E-02    2     2000015       -15   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~tau_2-   tau+)
     3.58084543E-02    2    -2000015        15   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~tau_2+   tau-)
     1.29874908E-03    2     1000012       -12   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~nu_eL    nu_eb)
     1.29874908E-03    2    -1000012        12   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~nu_eL*   nu_e )
     1.29874908E-03    2     1000014       -14   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~nu_muL   nu_mub)
     1.29874908E-03    2    -1000014        14   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~nu_muL*  nu_mu )
     1.46161735E-03    2     1000016       -16   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~nu_tau1  nu_taub)
     1.46161735E-03    2    -1000016        16   # BR(~chi_30 -> ~nu_tau1* nu_tau )
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY   1000035     3.06794452E+00   # neutralino4 decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     2.08649774E-02    2     1000022        23   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~chi_10   Z )
     1.58692891E-02    2     1000023        23   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~chi_20   Z )
     2.26992568E-01    2     1000024       -24   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~chi_1+   W-)
     2.26992568E-01    2    -1000024        24   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~chi_1-   W+)
     6.79370114E-02    2     1000022        25   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~chi_10   h )
     1.48843191E-01    2     1000023        25   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~chi_20   h )
     6.01274602E-03    2     1000011       -11   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~e_L-     e+)
     6.01274602E-03    2    -1000011        11   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~e_L+     e-)
     2.14301947E-03    2     2000011       -11   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~e_R-     e+)
     2.14301947E-03    2    -2000011        11   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~e_R+     e-)
     6.01274602E-03    2     1000013       -13   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~mu_L-    mu+)
     6.01274602E-03    2    -1000013        13   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~mu_L+    mu-)
     2.14301947E-03    2     2000013       -13   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~mu_R-    mu+)
     2.14301947E-03    2    -2000013        13   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~mu_R+    mu-)
     4.04352982E-02    2     1000015       -15   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~tau_1-   tau+)
     4.04352982E-02    2    -1000015        15   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~tau_1+   tau-)
     4.51253943E-02    2     2000015       -15   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~tau_2-   tau+)
     4.51253943E-02    2    -2000015        15   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~tau_2+   tau-)
     1.42509047E-02    2     1000012       -12   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~nu_eL    nu_eb)
     1.42509047E-02    2    -1000012        12   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~nu_eL*   nu_e )
     1.42509047E-02    2     1000014       -14   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~nu_muL   nu_mub)
     1.42509047E-02    2    -1000014        14   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~nu_muL*  nu_mu )
     1.58761646E-02    2     1000016       -16   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~nu_tau1  nu_taub)
     1.58761646E-02    2    -1000016        16   # BR(~chi_40 -> ~nu_tau1* nu_tau )
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY        26     3.59143946E-03   # h decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     7.83825152E-01    2           5        -5   # BR(h -> b       bb     )
     7.38232702E-02    2         -15        15   # BR(h -> tau+    tau-   )
     2.61378621E-04    2         -13        13   # BR(h -> mu+     mu-    )
     5.64967627E-04    2           3        -3   # BR(h -> s       sb     )
     2.17132254E-02    2           4        -4   # BR(h -> c       cb     )
     5.78274129E-02    2          21        21   # BR(h -> g       g      )
     1.76657643E-03    2          22        22   # BR(h -> gam     gam    )
     4.68133068E-04    2          22        23   # BR(h -> Z       gam    )
     5.44494786E-02    2          24       -24   # BR(h -> W+      W-     )
     5.30040552E-03    2          23        23   # BR(h -> Z       Z      )
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY        35     7.49639384E+00   # H decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     8.52777982E-01    2           5        -5   # BR(H -> b       bb     )
     1.41197243E-01    2         -15        15   # BR(H -> tau+    tau-   )
     4.99232557E-04    2         -13        13   # BR(H -> mu+     mu-    )
     8.19396226E-04    2           3        -3   # BR(H -> s       sb     )
     2.99824721E-08    2           4        -4   # BR(H -> c       cb     )
     9.39602170E-04    2           6        -6   # BR(H -> t       tb     )
     3.72119672E-04    2          21        21   # BR(H -> g       g      )
     4.04212803E-07    2          22        22   # BR(H -> gam     gam    )
     8.54537445E-08    2          23        22   # BR(H -> Z       gam    )
     1.05430529E-05    2          24       -24   # BR(H -> W+      W-     )
     4.97300309E-06    2          23        23   # BR(H -> Z       Z      )
     4.07007674E-05    2          25        25   # BR(H -> h       h      )
     3.19911805E-22    2          36        36   # BR(H -> A       A      )
     5.60960867E-19    2          23        36   # BR(H -> Z       A      )
     8.67940204E-04    2     1000022   1000022   # BR(H -> ~chi_10 ~chi_10)
     1.38048472E-06    2     1000022   1000023   # BR(H -> ~chi_10 ~chi_20)
     2.46836699E-03    2     1000015  -1000015   # BR(H -> ~tau_1- ~tau_1+)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY        36     7.46645543E+00   # A decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     8.52935700E-01    2           5        -5   # BR(A -> b       bb     )
     1.41777441E-01    2         -15        15   # BR(A -> tau+    tau-   )
     5.01250447E-04    2         -13        13   # BR(A -> mu+     mu-    )
     8.22767193E-04    2           3        -3   # BR(A -> s       sb     )
     2.67622120E-08    2           4        -4   # BR(A -> c       cb     )
     2.02154992E-03    2           6        -6   # BR(A -> t       tb     )
     3.55804365E-04    2          21        21   # BR(A -> g       g      )
     4.78867995E-07    2          22        22   # BR(A -> gam     gam    )
     6.55663438E-08    2          23        22   # BR(A -> Z       gam    )
     8.89554461E-06    2          23        25   # BR(A -> Z       h      )
     1.56551961E-03    2     1000022   1000022   # BR(A -> ~chi_10 ~chi_10)
     1.05000722E-05    2     1000022   1000023   # BR(A -> ~chi_10 ~chi_20)
#
#         PDG            Width
DECAY        37     7.83084956E+00   # H+ decays
#          BR         NDA      ID1       ID2
     1.58809973E-03    2           4        -5   # BR(H+ -> c       bb     )
     1.37634345E-01    2         -15        16   # BR(H+ -> tau+    nu_tau )
     4.86602064E-04    2         -13        14   # BR(H+ -> mu+     nu_mu  )
     1.01633937E-05    2           2        -5   # BR(H+ -> u       bb     )
     3.78179209E-05    2           2        -3   # BR(H+ -> u       sb     )
     7.77844697E-04    2           4        -3   # BR(H+ -> c       sb     )
     8.54012355E-01    2           6        -5   # BR(H+ -> t       bb     )
     9.42966142E-06    2          24        25   # BR(H+ -> W+      h      )
     4.98307746E-09    2          24        36   # BR(H+ -> W+      A      )
     5.44333707E-03    2     1000024   1000022   # BR(H+ -> ~chi_1+ ~chi_10)

Endpoint Caculation


endpoint.png
Endpoint: Mττ = 91.9644 GeV

Results for 2X

Table of Efficiencies

An output cut flow table is generated once the job has finished running:

Filter Statistics for SusyAnalyzer-FilterStatisticsService

 number of events processed = 1000, of which 27 passed all Filters

Cut                                          Passed    cumul. Efficiency           Efficiency      excl. Rejection
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>= 1 jet not overlaped w/ taus             1000.000             100.000%             100.000%                0.000
>= 1 jets w/ Pt>15                          987.000              98.700%              99.200%                0.000
Lead Jet Pt>100,|eta|<1.7,EMF<0.9              831.000              83.100%              83.300%                0.000
2nd Lead Jet Pt>100,|eta|<3,EMF<0.9              696.000              69.600%              73.800%                0.000
MHT >= 400                                  342.000              34.200%              40.800%               53.000
Dphi2 > 0.85                                328.000              32.800%              60.600%                0.000
R1 > 0.85                                   328.000              32.800%              59.500%                0.000
R2 < 3.6                                    327.000              32.700%              59.300%                0.000
Alpha > 0.5                                 188.000              18.800%              25.300%                0.000
Dphi1 > 0.9                                 188.000              18.800%              25.100%                0.000
>= 1 Taus w/ |eta|<2.5                      188.000              18.800%             100.000%                0.000
>= 1 Taus w/ Pt>20                          188.000              18.800%              98.000%                0.000
>= 1 Taus w/ lead Track                     188.000              18.800%             100.000%                0.000
>= 1 Taus w/ lead Track Pt>5                186.000              18.600%              98.600%                1.000
>= 1 Taus passing Track iso.                 60.000               6.000%              86.800%               21.000
>= 1 Taus passing ECAL iso.                  50.000               5.000%              99.600%                0.000
>= 1 Taus w/ 1||3 Prongs                     44.000               4.400%              99.000%                0.000
>= 1 Taus passing e-Veto                     34.000               3.400%             100.000%                0.000
>= 1 Taus passing mu-Veto                    27.000               2.700%             100.000%                0.000
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Example Plots

A root file is also created: plotsSusy.root:


Here are some example histograms contained within the root file (obtained after jet cuts are applied):
alpha.png dphi2.png dphi1.png met.png

Results for 3X

Table of Efficiencies:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
         Name                         Events               Relative (%)                     Cumulative (%)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   TauPt              166749          86.44 +-    0.07795               86.44 +-    0.07795
                  TauEta              161411           96.8 +-    0.04311               83.67 +-    0.08415
          TauSeedTrackPt              148689          92.12 +-    0.06707               77.08 +-     0.0957
                  TauIso               14986          10.08 +-    0.07807               7.769 +-    0.06094
                TauProng               10649          71.06 +-     0.3704                5.52 +-      0.052
             TauElecVeto                7300          68.55 +-     0.4499               3.784 +-    0.04344
             TauMuonVeto                4371          59.88 +-     0.5737               2.266 +-    0.03388
                  JetsPt                3767          86.18 +-      0.522               1.953 +-     0.0315
                 LeadJet                2747          72.92 +-      0.724               1.424 +-    0.02698
           SecondLeadJet                1555          56.61 +-     0.9456              0.8061 +-    0.02036
                     Mht                 418          26.88 +-      1.124              0.2167 +-    0.01059
                   Dphi2                 406          97.13 +-     0.8168              0.2105 +-    0.01043
                      R1                 406            100 +-          0              0.2105 +-    0.01043
                      R2                 406            100 +-          0              0.2105 +-    0.01043
                   Alpha                 166          40.89 +-       2.44             0.08605 +-   0.006676
                   Dphi1                 166            100 +-          0             0.08605 +-   0.006676
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Expected # of Events               @ L =               1e+014 ib           ---> 0.05186 +- 0.004024
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Example Plots


OS, LS, & OS-LS plots after Tau ID cuts.
LM2_TauMuonVeto_OSandLS.png LM2_TauMuonVeto_OSminusLS.png
OS, LS, & OS-LS plots after 1st and 2nd Leading Jet Cuts.
LM2_SecondLeadJet_OSandLS.png LM2_SecondLeadJet_OSminusLS.png
OS, LS, & OS-LS plots after Mht Cut.
LM2_Mht_OSandLS.png LM2_Mht_OSminusLS.png
OS, LS, & OS-LS plots after Dphi2, R1, R2, Alpha, & Dphi1 Cuts.
LM2_Dphi1_OSandLS.png LM2_Dphi1_OSminusLS.png

Results for 4X

Table of Efficiencies

http://roy.physics.tamu.edu/Work/EffTable

Comments on Simplified Model Scans

The generator-level information for the Simplified Model SUSY (SMS) scans are in the LHEEventProduct collection. Code for extracting these parameters has not yet made it into CVS.

I wrote private code which can study a single point from the Python config (Not yet in CVS!):

process.analyzeHiMassTau.SinglePoint = cms.bool(True)

process.analyzeHiMassTau.mLSP = cms.double(50.)

process.analyzeHiMassTau.mGL = cms.double(350.)

I then have scripts which can make python config files with differing parameters for the whole scan. These hundreds of config files can then be run simultaneously using Roy's Multicondor.

I then wrote a root macro which forloops over the output root files to make 2D plots of N_events, N_pass, etc (Not yet in CVS!). I then wrote a root macro which makes nTuples that are compatible with the HighMassTau fitter from the Z prime analysis (Not yet in CVS!). I then have a root macro which can loop over points and run the fitter (which only works from the command line for now) with lines such as these:

TString command = "sed 's/blah/"+convertInt(i)+"-"+convertInt(j)+"/' fitter.txt > fitter.cfg"; gSystem->Exec((TString(command)).Data());

TString command = "./runFitter > tmp.txt"; gSystem->Exec((TString(command)).Data());

The final out put of this macro has all of the exclusion plots (Not yet in CVS!)

Edits and Comments on AN-11-519

Green led --> DONE
Yellow led --> ONGOING
Red led --> PENDING
Blue led --> UNKNOWN

Alfredo (01-12-2012)

Green led l21-24: need to have a stronger statement about the importance of taus. Perhaps we can add that in many models and/or regions of parameter space, the couplings to third generation sparticles are enhanced and thus taus become important. We can also add a statement about large tanbeta.

Green led l76: change "If an excess ... or the high HT region" --> "If an excess ... in the high HT region"

Green led l78: need a reference to CLs

Green led l109-110: We will be using a scale factor instead of a full data-driven estimation. Therefore, we should say that we measure a scale factor from a QCD enriched sample to correct the MC prediction in the signal region and validate that QCD is indeed a small contribution.

Green led l126: change "4.65" --> "4.6" to be consistent with abstract

Green led l166: change "Particle Flow (PF) objects" --> "Particle Flow (PF) candidates"

Green led l214: change "signal LM benchmark point" --> "signal"

Green led Section 5: Need to update the selections

Green led l265: change "and so that maintain" --> "and to maintain"

Green led l269: change MHT > 200 --> MHT > 250

Green led l271: change MHT > 200 --> MHT > 250

Green led l284: change "benchmark LM2 sample" --> "benchmark sample"

Green led Section 7: we should just take sections 8, 9.1, 9.1.1, and 9.2 of AN-11-164 and put them here.

Green led l250: missing reference and plots (plots and numbers from Roy)

Green led l351: change "purity is close to 100%" --> "purity is high"

Blue led l373: missing reference

Blue led l375: missing plots

Green led l383: missing reference (appendix of AN-11-164 needs to be added to this AN ... since most of the appendix is based on MC, this will not change much)

Blue led l388: missing reference

Teruki (01-14-2012)

Comments on page 1.

I am suggesting the following references (below) and text (jpeg file):

Green led [1] %%mSUGRA%% %\cite{msugra} \bibitem{msugra}A. H. Chamseddine, R. L. Arnowitt, P. Nath, Phys. Rev. Lett. 49, 970 (1982); R. Barbieri, S. Ferrara, C. A. Savoy, Phys. Lett. B119, 343 (1982); L. J. Hall, J. D. Lykken, S. Weinberg, Phys. Rev. D27, 2359-2378 (1983); P. Nath, R. L. Arnowitt, A. H. Chamseddine, Nucl. Phys. B227, 121 (1983); For a review, see H. P. Nilles, Phys. Rept. 110, 1-162 (1984); Stephen P. Martin, "A Supersymmetry Primer" [arXiv.hep-ph/9709356].

Green led [2] R. Arnowitt et al., PRL 100, 231802 (2008) ... this is a paper to study the signal of stau-neutralino co-annihilation at the LHC

Green led [3] M.Dine and W. Fischler, Phys. Lett. B 110, 227 (1982); C.R. Nappi and B.A. Ovrut, Phys. Lett. B 113, 175 (1982); L. Alvarez-Gaum´e, M. Claudson and M.B. Wise, Nucl. Phys. B207, 96 (1982).

Green led [4] E. Komatsu et al., ApJS, 192, 18 (2011) .... this is WMAP7 paper

Green led I added Ref 3 for GMSB as another example of model with taus to address one of Alfredo's suggestion of strengthening physics motivation. 120114_page1.jpg: Teruki's Comment's (01-14-2012)


Comments -----

Green led L192: H/p in italic to be consistent with Table 4

Green led L221&222: MHT > 200 ====> changed to 250

Green led Table 7 and 8: MHT > 200 ===> Chnaged to 250

Green led L264: "OS-LS" .... math mode "-"


Alfredo (01-12-2012)

Red led Section: Need pt and MHT distributions for our benchmark point

Green led Section 7: we should just take sections 8, 9.1, 9.1.1, and 9.2 of AN-11-164 and put them here. Yellow led Then we can just update the numbers, tables and plots

Yellow led Section W+jets background: update description of background estimation method following the ttbar philisophy.

Teruki (01-14-2012)

Green led L241: MHT > 250 in |eta| < 5? ... NO eta cuts

Yellow led Fig.3 and 4: JiEun has to provid a good set of plots --> Alfredo will provide

Green led * AN-11-519_v4_TK_1.pdf: TK comments on v4 (Sec 1 and 2)

Green led * AN-11-519_v4_TK_2.pdf: TK comments on v4 (Sec 3)

Green led 1) Fig. 3 - stay as it is for now. This is based on LM2, but should be similar for new benchmarpoint. ---> New point from Alfredo

Green led 2) Figs. 4 and 5 - Alfredo plans to update for new benchmark point.

3) Table 7, 8, 9 - Roy plans to do AFTER he finishes TTBar and others.

4) Table 10 - from Andres

Green led 5) Sec. 7.2.2 (Validation in e-tau final state) -- We REMOVED.

Green led 6) Tabl 14 (TTbar Extraction) - Roy, please fill the numbers.

7) Sec. 8.2 (Z-->nunu) .. the text is from 1,1 fb-1. Sinjini will have to update Fig. 11, Tables 15 and 16.

Green led 8) Sec. 8.3 (QCD) - Will is working on. Will be done by 5-6 pm Tuesday.

9) Table 18 (W+jets) - JiEun, please double-check and update.

10) Fig. 14(a) .. discrepancy at N(track) = 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Green led 11) Figs 15 and 16 - They are plots for testing a bias due to b-tagging. We didn't see a bias. Let's remove two figures from AN. We may have to re-visit again during ARC review.

Green led additional: updated Fig 1 (Alfredo) and removed Fig 14 (c), 14 (d), line 211

NOTE: we are now using a new benchmark point: m0 = 360, m1/2 = 560, tanB = 40, A0 = -500.

1) Table 7, 8, 9 - Roy plans to do AFTER he finishe his talk..

2) Table 10 & 11 - All numbers are in, except for the systematic errors.

3) L.468 ... missing reference link

4) Sec. 8.2 (Z-->nunu) .. the text is from 1,1 fb-1. Sinjini will have to update Fig. 11, Tables 15 and 16.

5) Table 17 (W+jets) - JiEun, please double-check the error propagation and update. L.586 ... missing figure link... L. 604 .. fix "FIXME"

6) L.610 .. We should have "Systematic Uncertainty" section before "Exclusion Limits" section.

7) We will be ready to be setting limits as soon as #4 and #5 are done.

8) Goal #1: upload AN (w/o limits) on CADI on Jan 19 (Thu)

9) Goal #2: Re-upload AN and PAPER on Jan 26 (Thu).

NOTE: we are now using a new benchmark point: m0 = 360, m1/2 = 560, tanB = 40, A0 = -500.

Tasks

1) Table 7, 8, 9 - Roy plans to do AFTER he finishes his talk..

2) Table 10 & 11 - All numbers are in, except for the systematic errors.

3) L.469 ... missing reference link

Green led 4) Table 13 ... we have to remove "1.4_stat". This is placed by mistake, according to Roy.

5) Sec. 8.2 (Z-->nunu) .. the text is from 1,1 fb-1. Sinjini will have to update Fig. 11, Tables 15 and 16.

Green led 6) L.555 & L. 560 ... 0.,75 --> 0.74

Green led 7) Table 17 (W+jets) and related text - JiEun, please double-check the error propagation and update.

8) We will be ready to be setting limits as soon as #5 and #7 are done.

9) Goal #1: upload AN (w/o limits) on CADI on Jan 20 (Fri)

10) Goal #2: Re-upload AN and PAPER on Jan 26 (Thu).

NOTE: we are now using a new benchmark point: m0 = 360, m1/2 = 560, tanB = 40, A0 = -500.

Tasks

1) Table 7, 8, 9 - Roy plans to do AFTER he finishes his talk..

2) Table 10 & 11 - All numbers are in, except for the systematic errors.

3) TTbar + Wjets sections: (*) L. 451 ... have an equation number; (*) L. 470 ... missing reference link; . (*) See comment on Eq.10; (*) L. 496 ... remove "%"; (*) L. 603 ... have an equation number; L. 611 ... Figure 17.

4) Sec. 8.2 (Z-->nunu) .. the text is from 1,1 fb-1. Sinjini will have to update Fig. 11, Tables 15 and 16.

5) Sec. 10 Systematic studies

6) We will be ready to be setting limits as soon as #4 and #5 is done.

7) Goal #1: upload AN (w/o limits) on CADI on Jan 20 (Fri)

8) Goal #2: Re-upload AN and PAPER on Jan 26 (Thu).

Green led Uploaded AN (w/o limits) on CADI on Jan 21 (Sat) ==> done, Jan 23 (Mon)

NOTE: we are now using a new benchmark point: m0 = 360, m1/2 = 560, tanB = 40, A0 = -500.

Executive Summary

TTbar 2.0 +/- 0.4 (was 2.18 +/- 2.66 (stat+syst) at 1.1 fb-1)
Wjets 4.2 +/- 0.6 ("tau fake" method) (was 0.00 +/- 1.20 (stat+syst) at 1,1 fb-1)
QCD 0.02 +/- 0.02 (was 0.58 +/- 0.86 (stat+syst) at 1.1 fb-1)
Zinv in progress, but should be small (Sinjini) (was 0.00 +/- 0.16 (stat+syst) at 1.1 fb-1)

Total 6.2 (was 2.76 at 1.1 fb-1)

Tasks

1) Table 7, 8, 9 - Roy plans to do AFTER he finishes his talk..

2) Table 10 & 11 - All numbers are in, except for the systematic errors.

3) TTbar + Wjets sections: (*) L. 451 ... have an equation number (later, due to technical reason); (*) L. 470 ... missing reference link; (*) L. 603 ... have an equation number (later, due to technical reason);

4) Sec. 8.2 (Z-->nunu) .. the text is from 1,1 fb-1. Sinjini will have to update Fig. 11, Tables 15 and 16.

Green led 5) Sec. 10 Systematic studies (Alfredo)

6) We will be ready to be setting limits as soon as #4 and #5 is done.

7) Goal: Re-upload AN and PAPER on Jan 27 (Fri).

Executive Summary

TTbar 2.0 +/- 0.4 (was 2.18 +/- 2.66 (stat+syst) at 1.1 fb-1)
Wjets 4.2 +/- 0.6 ("tau fake" method) (was 0.00 +/- 1.20 (stat+syst) at 1,1 fb-1)
QCD 0.02 +/- 0.02 (was 0.58 +/- 0.86 (stat+syst) at 1.1 fb-1)
Znunu 0.03 +/- 0.02 (was 0.00 +/- 0.16 (stat+syst) at 1.1 fb-1)
Ztautau 0.64 +/- 0.43 n.a.
Total 6.89 (was 2.76 at 1.1 fb-1)

XX observed.

Tasks

1) Table 7, 8, 9 (Roy/Will) - http://cern.ch/go/Wf86

2) Table 10 & 11 - All numbers are in, except for the systematic errors.

3) TTbar + Wjets sections: (*) L. 451 ... have an equation number (later, due to technical reason); (*) L. 470 ... missing reference link; (*) L. 603 ... have an equation number (later, due to technical reason);

4) Sec. 8.2 (Z-->nunu) .. DONE, but the text, Fig. 11, Tables 15 and 16 are from 1,1 fb-1.

5) mSUGRA and SMS_T1tauh patTuples/log files

(*) /afs/cern.ch/user/g/gurrola/public/SMST1tauh.log

(*) /afs/cern.ch/user/g/gurrola/public/mSUGRA.log

7) Goal: Re-upload AN and PAPER on Jan 27 (Fri). %ENDTW

Tasks

1) Table 7, 8, 9 (Roy/Will) - http://cern.ch/go/Wf86

2) * 120124_Will_SusyTau_p2.pdf: QCD estimate (David Stuart's comment)

3) mSUGRA and SMS_T1tauh patTuples/log files

(*) /afs/cern.ch/user/g/gurrola/public/SMST1tauh.log

(*) /afs/cern.ch/user/g/gurrola/public/mSUGRA.log

4) Goal 1: Re-upload AN on Jan 25 (Wed) for David's and Eva's review

5) Goal 2: Re-upload AN on Jan 27 (Fri) for ARC's review

6) Goal 3: Re-upload AN and PAS on Jan 31 (Tue) for Pre-Approval

Edits and Comments on AN-11-485

-- AlfredoGurrola - 29 Jul 2009

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