SUSY MC/Trigger and Cross-PAG coordination

The SUSY MC/Trigger and Cross-PAG coordination group is the forum where:

  • The trigger strategy for 2015 is discussed, coordinated and approved for posterior presentation in the Trigger Studies Group
  • The MC requests are handled and approved. The group takes care of deciding the SUSY samples to generate and providing the SUSY PAG with a common set of tools to produce the interpretation of a given analysis.
  • The results are interpreted also taking into consideration other models from different PAGs

The group is coordinated by Frank Golf and Pablo Martinez.

Triggers

SUSY Triggers in 2012

For an overview talk on the trigger paths used in 2012 go to this presentation this presentation by Frank&Pablo in the trigger workshop in december 2013. We also recommend to have a look to the susy workshop in Lisbon.

Overview of L1 seeds used in 2012

The next table applies only to hadronic triggers (the SUSY PAG owns most of them). It was created using the average of the 7e33 HLT menu and the WBM report on run 199864 for L1. Notice that the L1 seed "OR" rate is not given. After some discussion with Carlo Batilana I was told this requires some analysis and the information is not available publicly for all triggers.

Path Name HLT Rate (Hz) L1 Seed L1 Seed Rate (Hz)
HLT_HT750_v4 9 +/- 2 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 OR 655
    L1_HTT200 417
HLT_PFNoPUHT650_v1 12 +/- 2 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 655
HLT_PFNoPUHT350_PFMET100_v1 1.0 +/- 0.5 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 655
HLT_QuadJet50_v3 125 +/- 6 L1_QuadJetC32 OR 1248
    L1_QuadJetC36 OR 767
    L1_QuadJetC40 383
HLT_SixJet45_v3 3.4 +/- 1.0 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 OR 655
    L1_HTT200 417
HLT_EightJet30_eta3p0_v2 1.3 +/- 0.6 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 OR 655
    L1_HTT200 417
HLT_PFMET150_v5 3.4 +/- 1.0 L1_ETM36 OR 4335
    L1_ETM40 2391
HLT_DiCentralPFNoPUJet50_PFMETORPFMETNoMu80_v1 3.2 +/- 1.0 L1_DoubleJetC36_ETM30 OR 3434
    L1_ DoubleJetC44 _ETM30 2049

Path Name HLT Rate (Hz) L1 Seed L1 Seed Rate (Hz)
HLT_RsqMR45_Rsq0p09_v3 31 +/- 3 L1_DoubleJetC64 OR 4455
    L1_DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_DoubleJetC52 0.04
HLT_RsqMR45_Rsq0p09_MR150_v4 9 +/- 2 L1_DoubleJetC64 OR 4455
    L1_DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_DoubleJetC52 0.04
HLT_IsoMu12_RsqMR30_Rsq0p04_MR200_v2 4 +/- 1 L1_DoubleJetC64 OR 4455
    L1_DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_DoubleJetC52 0.04
HLT_Ele12_CaloIdT_CaloIsoVL_TrkIdVL_TrkIsoVLRsqMR30_Rsq0p04_MR200_v2 4 +/- 1 L1_DoubleJetC64 OR 4455
    L1_DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_DoubleJetC52 0.04
HLT_Photon40_CaloIdL_RsqMR40_Rsq0p09_MR150_v4 9 +/- 2 L1_SingleEG24 5792
HLT_HT200_AlphaT0p57_v6 15 +/- 2 L1_DoubleJetC64 OR 4455
    L1_ DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_ DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_ DoubleJetC52 0.02
HLT_HT250_AlphaT0p55_v5 6 +/- 1 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 OR 655
    L1_HTT200 OR 417
    L1_ DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_ SingleJet128 1136
HLT_HT300_AlphaT0p53_v5 4 +/- 1 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 OR 655
    L1_HTT200 OR 417
    L1_ DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_ SingleJet128 1136
HLT_HT350_AlphaT0p52_v5 3.2 +/- 0.9 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 OR 655
    L1_HTT200 OR 417
    L1_ DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_ SingleJet128 1136
HLT_HT400_AlphaT0p51_v16 2.4 +/- 0.8 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 OR 655
    L1_HTT200 OR 417
    L1_ DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_ SingleJet128 1136
HLT_HT450_AlphaT0p51_v11 1.1 +/- 0.5 L1_HTT150 OR 1110
    L1_HTT175 OR 655
    L1_HTT200 OR 417
    L1_ DoubleJetC56 OR 7614
    L1_ SingleJet128 1136

Path Name HLT Rate (Hz) L1 Seed L1 Seed Rate (Hz)
HLT_Mu40_v13 22.69 +/- 2.45 L1_SingleMu16  
HLT_IsoMu24_v16 44.33 +/- 3.42 L1_SingleMu16  
HLT_Ele27_WP80_v11 72.04 +/- 4.36 L1_SingleEG20 OR L1_SingleEG22  
HLT_Ele80_CaloIdVT_GsfTrkIdT_v2 5.81 +/- 1.24 L1_SingleEG20 OR L1_SingleEG22  
HLT_Ele25_CaloIdVT_CaloIsoVL_TrkIdVL_TrkIsoT_TriCentralPFNoPUJet30_v2 8.44 +/- 1.49 L1_SingleEG20 OR L1_SingleEG22  
HLT_IsoMu17_eta2p1_TriCentralPFNoPUJet30_30_20_v2 2.37 +/- 0.79 L1_SingleMu14_Eta2p1  
HLT_CleanPFNoPUHT300_Ele40_CaloIdVT_TrkIdT_v1 1.06 +/-0.53 L1_HTT150 OR L1_HTT175  
HLT_Mu40_PFNoPUHT350_v1 0.79 +/- 0.46 L1_Mu0_HTT100 OR L1_Mu4_HTT125  
HLT_PFNoPUHT350_Mu15_PFMET50_v1 1.06 +/- 0.53 L1_HTT150 OR L1_HTT175  
HLT_PFNoPUHT400_Mu5_PFMET50_v1 2.11 +/- 0.75 L1_HTT150 OR L1_HTT175  

Path Name HLT Rate (Hz) L1 Seed L1 Seed Rate (Hz)
HLT_Ele17_CaloIdT_CaloIsoVL_TrkIdVL_TrkIsoVL_Ele8_CaloIdT_CaloIsoVL_TrkIdVL_TrkIsoVL_v18 6.86 +/- 1.35 L1_DoubleEG_13_7  
HLT_Mu8_Ele17_CaloIdT_CaloIsoVL_TrkIdVL_TrkIsoVL_v8 11.35 +/- 1.73 L1_Mu3p5_EG12 OR L1_MuOpen_EG12  
HLT_Mu17_Ele8_CaloIdT_CaloIsoVL_TrkIdVL_TrkIsoVL_v8 3.43 +/- 0.95 L1_Mu12_EG7  
HLT_Mu17_Mu8_v18 21.90 +/- 2.40 L1_DoubleMu_10_Open OR L1_DoubleMu_10_3p5  
HLT_Mu17_TkMu8_v11 17.42 +/- 2.14 L1_DoubleMu_10_Open OR L1_DoubleMu_10_3p5  
HLT_DoubleRelIso1p0Mu5_Mass8_PFNoPUHT225_v1 0.26 +/- 0.26 L1_Mu0_HTT100  
HLT_RelIso1p0Mu5_Ele8_CaloIdT_TrkIdVL_Mass8_PFNoPUHT225_v1 1.06 +/- 0.53 L1_Mu0_HTT100  
HLT_DoubleEle14_CaloIdT_TrkIdVL_Mass8_PFMET40_v6 1.06 +/- 0.53 L1_DoubleEG_13_7  
HLT_DoubleMu14_Mass8_PFMET40_v6 0.79 +/- 0.46 L1_DoubleMu_10_Open OR L1_DoubleMu_10_3p5  
HLT_Mu14_Ele14_CaloIdT_TrkIdVL_Mass8_PFMET40_v6 1.32 +/- 0.59 L1_Mu12_EG7 OR L1_MuOpen_EG12  
HLT_DoubleEle8_CaloIdT_TrkIdVL_Mass8_PFNoPUHT175_v1 1.06 +/- 0.53 L1_DoubleEG6_HTT100 OR L1_DoubleEG6_HTT125  
HLT_Mu8_Ele8_CaloIdT_TrkIdVL_Mass8_PFNoPUHT175_v1 2.37 +/- 0.79 L1_Mu0_HTT100 OR L1_Mu4_HTT125  
HLT_DoubleMu8_Mass8_PFNoPUHT175_v1 2.90 +/- 0.88 L1_Mu0_HTT100 OR L1_Mu4_HTT125  

Path Name HLT Rate (Hz) L1 Seed L1 Seed Rate (Hz)
HLT_Photon36_R9Id85_Photon22_R9Id85_v4 5.28 +/- 1.18 L1_SingleEG22  
HLT_Photon36_R9Id85_Photon22_CaloId10_Iso50_v6 6.60 +/- 1.32 L1_SingleEG22  
HLT_Photon36_CaloId10_Iso50_Photon22_R9Id85_v6 7.92 +/- 1.45 L1_SingleEG22  
HLT_Photon70_CaloIdXL_PFNoPUHT400_v1 7.65 +/- 1.42 L1_SingleEG24  
HLT_Photon70_CaloIdXL_PFNoPUHT500_v1 2.64 +/- 0.83 L1_SingleEG24  

Path Name L1 Condition L1 Prescale HLT Prescale 13 TeV MC Rate [Hz]
HLT_PFHT900_v1 L1_HTT150 OR L1_HTT175 800, 1 1.000000 41.94+-2.69
HLT_HT200_DiJet90_AlphaT0p57_v1 L1_HTT175 OR L1_ETM70 1, 1 1.000000 156.88+-3.68
HLT_HT250_DiJet90_AlphaT0p55_v1 L1_HTT175 OR L1_ETM70 1, 1 1.000000 83.39+-2.87
HLT_HT300_DiJet90_AlphaT0p53_v1 L1_HTT175 OR L1_ETM70 1, 1 1.000000 80.23+-2.91
HLT_HT350_DiJet90_AlphaT0p52_v1 L1_HTT175 OR L1_ETM70 1, 1 1.000000 73.87+-3.37
HLT_HT400_DiJet90_AlphaT0p51_v1 L1_HTT175 OR L1_ETM70 1, 1 1.000000 83.27+-3.52
HLT_PFMET120_NoiseCleaned_BTagCSV07_v1 L1_ETM60 OR L1_ETM70 900, 1 1.000000 11.28+-1.85
HLT_PFMET120_NoiseCleaned_Mu5_v1 L1_ETM60 OR L1_ETM70 900, 1 1.000000 8.33+-1.14
HLT_PFMET170_NoiseCleaned_v1 L1_ETM60 OR L1_ETM70 900, 1 1.000000 5.27+-1.09
HLT_Mu3er_PFHT140_PFMET125_NoiseCleaned_v1 L1_Mu0er_ETM55_HTT100 1 1.000000 0.00+-0.00
HLT_Mu6_PFHT200_PFMET100_NoiseCleaned_BTagCSV07_v1 L1_Mu6_HTT150 1 1.000000 7.05+-0.31
HLT_Mu6_PFHT200_PFMET125_NoiseCleaned_v1 L1_Mu6_HTT150 1 1.000000 5.84+-0.30
HLT_Mu14er_PFMET120_NoiseCleaned_v1 L1_Mu14er_ETM30 1 1.000000 12.39+-2.09
HLT_RsqMR300_Rsq0p09_MR200_v1 L1_HTT175 OR L1_SingleJet200 OR L1_DoubleJetC100 OR L1_QuadJetC60 1, 1, 1, 1 1.000000 0.00+-0.00
HLT_RsqMR300_Rsq0p09_MR200_4jet_v1 L1_HTT175 OR L1_SingleJet200 OR L1_DoubleJetC100 OR L1_QuadJetC60 1, 1, 1, 1 1.000000 0.00+-0.00
HLT_Rsq0p36_v1 L1_HTT175 OR L1_SingleJet200 OR L1_DoubleJetC100 OR L1_QuadJetC60 1, 1, 1, 1 1.000000 0.00+-0.00
HLT_PFHT350_PFMET120_NoiseCleaned_v1 L1_HTT150 OR L1_HTT175 800, 1 1.000000 37.39+-3.26
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Path Name L1 Condition L1 Prescale HLT Prescale 13 TeV MC Rate [Hz]
HLT_Photon155_v1 L1_SingleEG35 1 1.000000 40.65+-2.52
HLT_Ele23_Ele12_CaloIdL_TrackIdL_IsoVL_DZ_v1 L1_DoubleEG_22_10 1 1.000000 0.00+-0.00
HLT_Mu8_TrkIsoVVL_Ele23_CaloIdL_TrackIdL_IsoVL_v1 L1_Mu5_EG20 1 1.000000 29.66+-2.64
HLT_Mu23_TrkIsoVVL_Ele12_CaloIdL_TrackIdL_IsoVL_v1 L1_Mu20_EG10 1 1.000000 6.65+-1.14
HLT_Ele23_Ele12_CaloIdL_TrackIdL_IsoVL_v1 L1_DoubleEG_22_10 1 10.000000 5.65+-1.80
HLT_Mu17_Mu8_SameSign_v1 L1_DoubleMu_10_3p5 OR L1_DoubleMu_12_5 1000, 1 1.000000 20.96+-2.20
HLT_Mu17_Mu8_SameSign_DPhi_v1 L1_DoubleMu_10_3p5 OR L1_DoubleMu_12_5 1000, 1 1.000000 6.29+-0.53
HLT_Mu17_TrkIsoVVL_TkMu8_TrkIsoVVL_DZ_v1 L1_DoubleMu_10_3p5 OR L1_DoubleMu_12_5 1000, 1 1.000000 41.33+-3.47
HLT_IsoMu27_IterTrk02_v1 L1_SingleMu25 1 1.000000 151.84+-4.90
HLT_IsoTkMu27_IterTrk02_v1 L1_SingleMu25 1 1.000000 139.05+-3.95
HLT_Ele32_eta2p1_WP85_Gsf_v1 L1_SingleIsoEG30er 1 1.000000 216.56+-6.46

How to get L1 rates and prescales for 2012

In order to get L1 rates just go to the CMS web based monitoring site. Select a run range and then a L1_key. The real output rate for a given seed is called "Post-DT rate". Total number of triggers and prescales are also accounted for in this page.

Overview of SUSY HLT triggers used in 2012

For a list of the HLT paths used by every analysis in the SUSY PAG just check this google document. Ask access to Frank or Pablo.

If you are interested in the official menus including the rates go to the Trigger Studies Group page.

How to get HLT trigger rates for 2012

The most sophisticated web page to check the rates is located here. User: cmspd, password: cmspd. It allows to plot the number of triggers, trigger rates and to make plots as a function of time/runs, etc, etc.

How to check the modules (including L1 seeds) of a given HLT path in 2012

In order to see the module composition of a given HLT path check this page. User: cmspd, password: cmspd.

SUSY Triggers for 2015

Procedures and plans for the trigger development in 2015 were explained and discussed in the Lisbon SUSY workshop. See this talk by Frank&Pablo for more reference.

L1 developments for 2015

The first L1 menu is not ready yet although it will be ready soon. Information about the developments expected can be found in this presentation by Maria Cepeda and in this one by Rob at the SUSY Lisbon workshop.

HLT menus for 2015

How to prepare a trigger path

Preparing a trigger path involves different steps:

  • Selection of L1 seeds
  • Code development of the trigger path
  • Plans for measuring efficiencies
  • Measurements of trigger rate

A tutorial on how to develop a trigger path can be found here

SUSY Triggers for the upgrade

MC

GitHub area

There is a dedicated location on github containing scripts et cetera for validation of LHE files, for the stop reweighting code, ...

https://github.com/CMS-SUS-XPAG

Event Generation

The signal samples for 2013 will be generated using Madgraph for the Matrix Element (ME), included the associated jet production, and Pythia for the parton shower (PS). We run Madgraph standalone and we produce LHE events, which are then passed to CMSSW. At this stage pythia is matched to the ME and the hadronization is performed.

Cross Section calculation

Responsible: Contact: Sanjay Padhi and Sezen Sekmen

The calculation of the SUSY NLO+NLL cross section is done centrally for each SUSY scan generated. The calculation is performed following the prescriptions of the LHC SUSY Cross Section Working Group.

Prospino is used for the NLO calculations. In CMS, the calculations were performed using this private version of the code.

NLL-fast is used to computed the cross section of colored particles in simplified topologies (e.g. squark-squark with other particles decoupled). We provide the xsec vs mass histogram in a ROOT TH1

Process xsec plot xsec histogram Reference
gluino-gluino stop.png ROOT file https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/LHCPhysics/SUSYCrossSections8TeVgluglu
squark-squark squarkpng ROOT file https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/LHCPhysics/SUSYCrossSections8TeVsquarkantisquark
stop-stop /sbottom-sbottom stop.png ROOT file https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/LHCPhysics/SUSYCrossSections8TeVstopsbottom

A python script can be used to produce these ROOT files from the raw view of the twiki pages provided by the LHC SUSY Cross Section Working Group. For the details on how to use

python nllFastConverter.py

RESUMMINO is a recently developed tool that calculates LO. NLO and NLL cross sections for pair production of sleptons and gauginos. It gives total cross sections, transverse mass and invariant mass distributions.

  • Information and downloads at: www.resummino.org.
  • Description of the physics is here (16 Jan 2013, MCXPAG meeting).
  • Tutorial slides are here (16 Jan 2013).

We are working on the cross section projections for 14TeV for Snowmass studies. The preliminary results can be found in SUSYCrossSectionsForProjections .

Theory Advisory Committee

TAC member Institution
Joseph Lykken FNAL
Scott Thomas Rutgers
Stephen Mrenna FNAL
Konstantin Matchev UF
Sabine Kraml Grenoble

Contact: cms-susytac@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch

A theory advisory committee (TAC) was formed to help planning the activity of the group. The members of the group are CMS members with a solid theory background who expressed interest in helping the group in planning the SUSY scan generation. Contact the group conveners if you would like to join the team

LHE Production

LHE production is taken coordinated by the LHE production team

Institution
Javier Duarte Caltech
Nadja Strobbe Ghent University
Alexis Kalogeropoulos VUB
Wolfgang Waltenberger HEPHY
Alexander Georges UCSD
Alex George UCSB

Contact: cms-susylhe@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch

The LHE production team is in charge of producing the LHE files for SUSY scans.

Details on the 8TeV signal samples (Madgraph and Pythia) can be found here

Details on the 14TeV signal samples (Madgraph and Pythia) can be found here

Details on how to create your own samples (Madgraph and Pythia) can be found here

Details on cMSSM scans can be found here

Minutes of the LHE production-team meetings are available here

CMS veryfast simulation for quick studies

Project responsible: Sezen Sekmen

Contact: cms-turbosim@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch

In order to allow for quick studies of SUSY sensitivity, we provide a standalone (i.e. outside CMSSW) simulation of the CMS detector, based on Delphes.

Tools for Limit Plots

Project responsible: Wolfgang Waltenberger

As a part of the activity of the group, we would like to design a ROOT-based software to produce the SUSY exclusion plots. This would help to make our SUSY talks more uniform, improving the quality of CMS talks and allowing a more effective communication of our results.

We are collecting input from various analysis teams.

A first draft of the macro for common plot style is now available. See the announcement on HN.

-- PabloMartinez - 08 Jan 2014

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