Tracking Review Report

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Introduction

This review was held between 2 May (kickoff meeting) and 19 May 2005 (second closeout meeting). The detailed review page can be found at TrackingReview.

Goals

The common goals for all reviews are:

  • Encourage some self-analysis - what did the developers think that they were required to do, and did they deliver?
  • Get some client/user feedback on :
    • Ease of use (documentation, examples, user support,...)
    • Performance ( Did it work? Did it work well enough? What is the testing policy ?)
    • Requirements (what was thought to be missing?)
  • What were the lessons learned from DC2 and from CTB?
  • Trigger some forward planning. In the light of the review, enable the sub-system coordinateurs to formulate a plan for future developement.

Focus for the Tracking Review

It was agreed by the review committee and the software coordinators of the Inner Detector and Muon Spectrometer that the scope of the Tracking Review would include the union of the Inner Detector and Muon Spectrometer offline software, not only the common Tracking software. It was also agreed that such a scope was enormous and could not possibly be covered in the allotted time. During the Kickoff Meeting of 2 May, the coordinators suggested that the focus of the review include the following:

  • Completion of Necessary Functionality for LHC Physics
    • From the existing software and its documentation, identify missing components deemed necessary for LHC start-up;
    • From the planning documents of the two projects, evaluate if the missing components are properly covered in a manner that is timely and consistent with the overall Atlas plans;
    • Provide suggestions for implementing the missing components and/or correcting plans, if necessary.

  • Common Tracking
    • Review the existing common Tracking software and documentation;
    • Provide feedback on the architecture, design, and overall plans.

  • User Environment
    • Evaluate the current user environment, including documentation, examples, tutorials, etc.
    • Identify areas that need improvement.

Specific Muon Focus

The Muon Software coordinator requested that, concerning the missing functionality (point 1 above), he would like specific feedback on the plans for DC3. In particular, he would like to know if he is correct in focusing development efforts on supporting simulation and reconstruction of data for the Muon Cosmics program, starting this summer. He pointed out that this would exercise all of the mechanisms being put in place for conditions data (COOL database, IOVSvc, calibration, alignment, ...) in a realistic environment and that he has been emphasizing this as a high priority. He would like guidance as to whether this is acceptable, in that it might mean that some of the overall Atlas mis-calibration, mis-alignment tests would be less extensive (although the schedule would be respected).

Specific Inner Detector Focus

The Inner Detector Software Coordinator asked for specific feedback on the design and implementation of the RTF prototype. (contact Markus for more words, if he wants).

Findings, Comments and Recommendations

Rather than being organized according to the high level goals of the review, these are organized by topic, where particular issues or problems had been identified.

Common Tracking Software

Findings:

  • The current detector descriptions for both the Inner Detector and Muon Spectrometer, based on GeoModel, do not include corrections for chamber deformations, sags and other features beyond simple displacements and rotations for mis-alignment. It is generally agreed that this functionality is needed for reconstruction, possibly as part of a calibration service, and by the digitization, but probably not for the simulation. It is thus not necessary to implement this in GeoModel, itself, although that might be possible. Deformations are currently in use by the Muonboy reconstruction program, implemented in Amdcsimrec, a geometry model independent of GeoModel, and the Muon Group is looking into generalizing these methods. Development of a common service to handle wire sag for calibration and digitization is also underway.

  • Both the Inner Detector and Muon Spectrometer groups have made significant contributions to the common tracking effort. The Muon group began several years ago by basing the Moore reconstruction program on shared components of iPatRec, an Inner Detector reconstruction program and by the development of MuID, a cross-detector muon reconstruction program. More recently, the Inner Detector group has made significant contributions to the common Tracking package utilities and EDM, following the recommendations of the RTF. The Muon group has recently stepped up its contributions to this effort, as well.

  • The reconstruction view of the geometry (the so called Trk::Surfaces and Trk::Volumes) is now heavily used in combined reconstruction (via the TrackToCalo tool) and calorimeters have started to join. Both Moore and MuID are migrating to use Trk::Surfaces.

  • Combined reconstruction uses custom surfaces which do not necessarily match a physical volume. For example, in MuID, two surfaces are generated at run-time, corresponding to a parametrisation of the observed Coulomb scattering in the calorimetry.

  • Modularity of the reconstruction software is desirable, when possible, to optimize maintainability of the software. It should not, however, be allowed to seriously compromise physics performance or violate computing constraints, such as timing. The level of modularity proposed by the RTF is being implemented as a prototype, for investigation.

  • The successful modularization of the tracking software will result in multiple combinations of components. To become feasible, decisions will need to be made in a timely manner to establish a baseline for the default reconstruction. Such decisions will depend on physics performance and computing constraints. In the early stages, it will be possible and desirable to maintain several possible software chains and data containers for camparison and validation.

Comments:

  • There is everything to be gained from making the common tracking area as large as feasible. The specific differences between the ID and muon systems are mostly concentrated in domains such as the creation of RIOs, the purely pattern-recognition part of the tracking, and the treatment of alignment and calibration. In addition, there is a significant difference in scale, in that the occupancy of the Inner Detector is much higher than that of the Muon Spectrometer. This can be an important factor for determining the content of the tracking output and analysis EDM (ESD and AOD).

  • The committee views the recent increased involvement from the muon community as a very positive sign and encourages further such activity.

  • It is important to keep in mind that this work is often directly connected with work on the Detector Description side.

  • The committee strongly supports the wrapping of the Muonboy backtracking into the common tools, if possible, so that the whole combined reconstruction sees a uniform interface for geometry and extrapolation. This should be compared and tested against other methods currently in use, if they conform to the common interfaces and EDM.

  • Establishing a well defined baseline set of components will become important, and will require the setting up of metrics and performance tests. While it is recognized that having several reconstruction chains can be beneficial, difficult decisions will need to be made which must be based on good physics requirements and feedback.

  • Both the Inner Detector and Muon Spectrometer appear to be on the path towards design and implementation of an EDM that matches the HLT requirements. Improvement to the Muon documentation on the usage of offline algorithms for HLT is needed. Currently, one needs to study the Moore documentation, for example, to learn of the usage of its various algorithms in the package TrigMoore. In addition -- although this is beyond the scope of this review -- it is highly desirable for the Muon Level 2 trigger to comply by the software requirements of the Trigger community (removal of F90 dependency, for example).

  • Current efforts to migrate MuID and STACO (combined muon reconstruction software) to use Trk::Track as the internal (and external) EDM should be supported and continue to target Release 11 as an initial implementation. Efforts to migrate to the usage of Trk::Track or Trk::TrackSegment as part of the internal EDM to xKalman, iPatRec, MOORE and/or Muonboy should be supported and targetted for a later release date, possibly Release 12. It is noted that Trk:Track and Trk::TrackSegment have been optimized as persistent objects and that internal representations will most likely vary, for optimisation reasons, depending on the algorithm.

  • Investigations into the creation of an HLT version of Muonboy are useful to the extent that they drive time optimisation studies and can lead to improvements in the software. However, it should be recalled that the HLT group has stated clearly that F90 will not be accepted, so only minimal manpower should be diverted to this effort.

  • Considerable effort has gone into providing good documentation for the common tracking software. However, a high level overview would simplify life for newcomers.

Recommendations:

  • (C1) Follow the RTF recommendations. The reconstruction programs should work towards increased modularity. The minimal first step is to share a common input and a common output EDM. Further modularity and internal usage of a common EDM is to be encouraged, when feasible, as a logical second step of migration.

  • (C2) ESD content should be revisited with the goal of being able to redo track reconstruction from ESD for the initial phase of ATLAS operation. Initiatives such as the recent one to include track segments in the overall EDM at the ESD level should be extended to SpacePoints, PrepRawData, and RiOonTrack (from which TrackSegments inherit) etc., subject to size constraints.

  • (C3) There should be a strong drive to have all the structural changes in place before the cosmic running starts (i.e. Spring 2006), together with at least one version for a full chain of components, even if some functionality is missing. It is recognized that the Muon system will be taking cosmic data from the Atlas Pit possibly as early as July, 2005. So, compromises will be required in the final plans, to ensure support. However, the effort to migrate should continue, even if developed in parallel.

  • (C4) Establish metrics and performance tests for the reconstruction software in support of the decision making process for establishing a baseline set of components.

  • (C5) GeoModel should be adopted throughout in a unified way. Priority (if needed) should be given to the treatment of the active volumes and to specifying the nodes where the critical transforms lie (including the top-level ones).

  • (C6) The relationship between the tracking surfaces and GeoModel geometry should be clarified and a coherent strategy should be established, documented and propagated across all detector subsystems.

  • (C7) Deciding on the optimal treatment of passive material should be kept at a low priority if the resources are not sufficient. Current methods include a GeoModel material description (being developed by ID experts), custom hard-coded models (used by iPatRec, xKalman, and Moore), an Amdcsimrec material description (used by Muonboy), or a Geantino Material Map based on GeoModel (alternatively used by Moore). The functionality of the current implementations are sufficient for performance studies and for use as a reference. The pros and cons of the various approaches should be examined at a later stage. Usage of a common interface, allowing for the interchange of methods, is desirable (see C1 and C4, etc.).

  • (C8) The ESRAT coordinator (Andrea Dell'Acqua) should organize a workshop during Summer 2005 with GeoModel users from different communities to discuss what needs to be done about GeoModel deficiencies (e.g. deformations).

  • (C9) Wherever the current GeoModel description does not go down to the readout granularity sufficiently, this should be corrected.

  • (C10) The EDM for Release 11 should be reviewed based on experience from the Rome Workshop in terms of design and implementation with respect to the HLT requirements.

  • (C11) The common software packages shared by Moore and iPatRec should be moved into a common area, such as Tracking, and evolved to satsify the criteria of the RTF and the common Tracking plans, as soon as feasible. Current efforts to migrate the software to using a common input EDM should be supported and an initial implementation completed by Release 11. Further migration to usage of common TrackSegments and Tracks internally should proceed as a natural second step, perhaps slated for Release 12, if possible. It is recognized that such migration must occur simultaneous to the support of major detector efforts, such as Muon Cosmics (Summer 2005), so it must be done "in the background", minimizing major code breaks.

  • (C12) Backward navigation to MCTruth has to be correctly implemented for ID and Muons in a common way, if possible in terms of implementation suggested during the review. This should be done in time for Release 11, if possible.

  • (C13) A dedicated “Truth Task Force” should be set up immediately after the Rome Workshop to consider all aspects of the MCTruth (action item on Computing Management).

  • (C14) We recognize that these two recommendations (C12 and C13) are mutually exclusive and promise to either choose one or the other or to completely re-write them!

Inner Detector Software

Findings:

  • Good documentation is available

  • Understanding alignments in the context of the CTB is not progressing as fast as hoped for.

  • Currently validation testing at the RTT is inadequate.

Comments:

  • The committee comments the ID software developers for their comprehensive documentation, noting that they have been particularly active in providing extensive Doxygen documentation.

  • The committee strongly supports the strong emphasis on analysing the CTB data in order to understand the detector alignment.

  • The committee welcome the recent addition of new manpower for improving the RTT test coverage

Recommendations:

  • (I1) Put highest priority on RTF prototype for release 11. This milestone cannot be missed and if it is perceived to be at risk, work e.g. on passive material treatment within GeoModel should be redirected.

  • (I2) Alignment experts should exercise their proposed algorithms on CTB data..

  • (I3) More effort is needed on the general validation for the software validation group.

Muon Spectrometer Software

Finding

  • Good documentation is available

  • Two primary tracking codes exist - Muonboy (written in F90) and Moore.

Comments:

  • The committee comments the muon software developers for their comprehensive documentation.

Recommendations:

  • (M1) GeoModel should be adopted throughout in a unified way. Moving away from AMDB should therefore be a priority. Obviously, the new implementation has to be validated fully before moving away from AMDB.

  • (M2) MuonBoy and Moore should be modularised and made compliant with the rest of the software.

  • (M3) Manpower must be found to validate GeoModel for MuonBoy.

  • (M4) Staco and MuID should become tools which can be called interchangeably after the reconstruction and storage to ESD (all combinations of packages should be possible).

  • (M5) Disconnect MuId/Staco from the pure Muon software, as these are combined reconstruction items. Clean them up so that they use the common tracking tools, just as egamma/eflow/taurec are being cleaned up.

  • (M6) R-t calibration experts should exercise their proposed algorithms on CTB data, where the work has been done in a way not easy to transfer to ATLAS.

Original Text Starts Here

Introduction

This review was held between 2 May (kickoff meeting) and 19 May 2005 (second closeout meeting). The detailed review page can be found at TrackingReview.

Goals

The common goals for all reviews are:

  • Encourage some self-analysis - what did the developers think that they were required to do, and did they deliver?
  • Get some client/user feedback on :
    • Ease of use (documentation, examples, user support,...)
    • Performance ( Did it work? Did it work well enough? What is the testing policy ?)
    • Requirements (what was thought to be missing?)
  • What were the lessons learned from DC2 and from CTB?
  • Trigger some forward planning. In the light of the review, enable the sub-system coordinateurs to formulate a plan for future developement.

Executive Summary of Recommendations

The following recommendations are separated into those for common tracking software (C), the inner detector (I) and muon spectrometer (M)

Common Tracking Software

  • (C1) Follow the RTF recommendations. The reconstruction programs should work towards increased modularity. A two stage reconstruction with step one common input common segments and segments common output is a minimal first step. Further modularity and internal use of the standard tracking to be encouraged.

  • (C2) ESD contents should be revisited with the goal of being able to redo track reconstruction from ESDs for the initial phase of ATLAS operation. Initiatives such as the recent one to include track segments in the overall EDM at the ESD level should be extended to SpacePoints, RiOonTrack (from which TrackSegments inherit) etc., subject to size constraints

  • (C3) There should be a strong drive to have all the structural changes in place before the cosmic running starts (i.e. Spring 2006), together with at least one version for a full chain of components, even if some functionality is missing.

  • (C4) Establish metrics and performance tests for the reconstruction codes in support of the decision making process for establishing a baseline set of components.

  • (C5) GeoModel should be adopted throughout in a unified way. Priority (if needed) should be given to the treatment of the active volumes and to specifying the nodes where the critical transforms lie (including the top-level ones).

  • (C6) The relationship between the tracking surfaces and GeoModel geometry should be clarified and a coherent strategy should be established, documented and propagated across all detector subsystems.

  • (C7) Deciding on the optimal treatment of passive material through full GeoModel-style tracking (as currently being developed by the ID experts) or AMDB/Geantino maps (as being implemented by the muon experts) should be kept at a lower priority if the resources are not sufficient. The functionality of the current implementations (hard-coded crude numbers for xKalman and iPatrec, AMDB-derived more detailed numbers for MuonBoy/Moore) is sufficient for performance studies and for use as a reference. The pros and cons of the various approaches should be examined at a later stage.

  • (C8) The ESRAT coordinator (Andrea Dell'Acqua) should organize a workshop during Summer 2005 with GeoModel users from different communities to discuss what needs to be done about GeoModel deficiencies (e.g. deformations).

  • (C9) Wherever the current GeoModel description does not go down to the readout granularity sufficiently, this should be corrected (e.g. SCT modules?).

  • (C10) The EDM for Release 11 should be reviewed based on experience from the Rome Workshop in terms of design and implementation with respect to HLT requirements..

  • (C11) Dependencies such as that between Moore and iPatrec should be removed as soon as feasible (release 11?) and the respective authors of iPatrec and Moore must make sure that their highest priority is put on meeting the ID and muon milestones set for release 11 at the same time. Additional functionality for either package can wait.

  • (C12) Backward navigation to MCTruth has to be correctly implemented for ID and muons in a common way, if possible in terms of implementation suggested during the review. This should be done in time for Release 11.

  • (C13) A dedicated “Truth Task Force” should be set up immediately after the Rome Workshop to consider all aspects of the MCTruth (action item on Computing Management).

Inner Detector

  • (I1) Put highest priority on RTF prototype for release 11. This milestone cannot be missed and if it is perceived to be at risk, work e.g. on passive material treatment within GeoModel should be redirected.

  • (I2) Alignment experts should exercise their proposed algorithms on CTB data..

  • (I3) More effort is needed on the general validation for the software validation group.

Muon Spectrometer

  • (M1) GeoModel should be adopted throughout in a unified way. Moving away from AMDB should therefore be a priority. Obviously, the new implementation has to be validated fully before moving away from AMDB.

  • (M2) MuonBoy and Moore should be modularised and made compliant with the rest of the software.

  • (M3) Manpower must be found to validate GeoModel for MuonBoy.

  • (M4) Staco and MuID should become tools which can be called interchangeably after the reconstruction and storage to ESD (all combinations of packages should be possible).

  • (M5) Disconnect MuId/Staco from the pure Muon software, as these are combined reconstruction items. Clean them up so that they use the common tracking tools, just as egamma/eflow/taurec are being cleaned up.

  • (M6) R-t calibration experts should exercise their proposed algorithms on CTB data, where the work has been done in a way not easy to transfer to ATLAS.

Scope

The reviewed covered the inner detector and muon spectrometer tracking systems, together with common tracking tools. .

Findings, Comments and Recommendations

Rather than being organized according to the high level goals of the review, these are organized by topic, where particular issues or problems had been identified.

Common Tracking Software

Findings:

  • GeoModel cannot deal with deformations, sags and other features at all when they occur at a level below the readout granularity of a given detector. These have to be dealt with once the position in space is known for a given RiOonTrack and the interface should be clearly specified as common to all clients of the ID and muon software.

  • There is good progress in the development and adoption of common tracking tools by the Inner Detector, but until recently less by the Muon Spectrometer.

  • The reconstruction view of the geometry ( the so called Trk::Surfaces and Trk::Volumes ) is now heavily used in combined reconstruction (via the TrackToCalo tool) and calorimeters have started to join. However, the strategy for muons is not yet well defined.

  • Combined reconstruction uses custom surfaces which do not match any physical volume, or - even worse - are defined by the user at run-time. The integration to these into an extended GeoModel is an open issue that needs to be resolved.

  • The successful modularization of the tracking software will result in multiple combinations of components.to become feasible, which will require decisions to be made in order to establish a baseline.

Comments:

  • There is everything to be gained from making this common area as large as feasible. The specific differences between the ID and muon systems are mostly concentrated in domains such as the creation of RIOs, the purely pattern-recognition part of the tracking, and the treatment of alignment and calibration.

  • The committee views the recent increased involvement from the muon community as a very positive sign and encourages further such activity.

  • It is important to keep in mind that this work is often directly connected with work on the Detector Description side.

  • The committee strongly support the wrapping of the Muonboy backtracking into the common tools, so that the whole combined reconstruction sees a uniform interface for geometry and extrapolation.

  • Establishing a well defined baseline set of components will become important, and will require the setting up of metrics and performance tests. While it is recognized that having two reconstruction codes can be beneficial, difficult decisions will need to be made which must be based on good physics requirements and feedback.

  • The ID appears to be on the path towards design and implem,entation of an EDM that matches the HLT requirements, but the muon documentation on these issues is sketchy at best and the current status needs to be assessed with the relevant experts in more depth than has been possible in this review. The HLT version of a given offline algorithm should, if it exists, be clearly documented as such.

  • Dependencies such as that between Moore and iPatrec should be removed as soon as feasible (release 11?) and the respective authors of iPatrec and Moore must make sure that their highest priority is put on meeting the ID and muon milestones set for release 11 at the same time. Additional functionality for either package can wait. Unless Moore gets this done with highest priority, it will fail to meet the Release 11 milestones for the muons. It seems that iPatrec will not be able to meet the Release 11 milestones for the ID unless drastic action is taken. What about an HLT version of MuonBoy?

  • Considerable effort has gone into providing good documentation for the common tracking software. However, a high level overview would simplify life for newcomers.

Recommendations:

  • (C1) Follow the RTF recommendations. The reconstruction programs should work towards increased modularity. A two stage reconstruction with step one common input common segments and segments common output is a minimal first step. Further modularity and internal use of the standard tracking to be encouraged.

  • (C2) ESD contents should be revisited with the goal of being able to redo track reconstruction from ESDs for the initial phase of ATLAS operation. Initiatives such as the recent one to include track segments in the overall EDM at the ESD level should be extended to SpacePoints, RiOonTrack (from which TrackSegments inherit) etc., subject to size constraints

  • (C3) There should be a strong drive to have all the structural changes in place before the cosmic running starts (i.e. Spring 2006), together with at least one version for a full chain of components, even if some functionality is missing.

  • (C4) Establish metrics and performance tests for the reconstruction codes in support of the decision making process for establishing a baseline set of components.

  • (C5) GeoModel should be adopted throughout in a unified way. Priority (if needed) should be given to the treatment of the active volumes and to specifying the nodes where the critical transforms lie (including the top-level ones).

  • (C6) The relationship between the tracking surfaces and GeoModel geometry should be clarified and a coherent strategy should be established, documented and propagated across all detector subsystems.

  • (C7) Deciding on the optimal treatment of passive material through full GeoModel-style tracking (as currently being developed by the ID experts) or AMDB/Geantino maps (as being implemented by the muon experts) should be kept at a lower priority if the resources are not sufficient. The functionality of the current implementations (hard-coded crude numbers for xKalman and iPatrec, AMDB-derived more detailed numbers for MuonBoy/Moore) is sufficient for performance studies and for use as a reference. The pros and cons of the various approaches should be examined at a later stage.

  • (C8) The ESRAT coordinator (Andrea Dell'Acqua) should organize a workshop during Summer 2005 with GeoModel users from different communities to discuss what needs to be done about GeoModel deficiencies (e.g. deformations).

  • (C9) Wherever the current GeoModel description does not go down to the readout granularity sufficiently, this should be corrected (e.g. SCT modules?).

  • (C10) The EDM for Release 11 should be reviewed based on experience from the Rome Workshop in terms of design and implementation with respect to HLT requirements..

  • (C11) Dependencies such as that between Moore and iPatrec should be removed as soon as feasible (release 11?) and the respective authors of iPatrec and Moore must make sure that their highest priority is put on meeting the ID and muon milestones set for release 11 at the same time. Additional functionality for either package can wait.

  • (C12) Backward navigation to MCTruth has to be correctly implemented for ID and muons in a common way, if possible in terms of implementation suggested during the review. This should be done in time for Release 11.

  • (C13) A dedicated “Truth Task Force” should be set up immediately after the Rome Workshop to consider all aspects of the MCTruth (action item on Computing Management).

Inner Detector Software

Findings:

  • Good documentation is available

  • Understanding alignments in the context of the CTB is not progressing as fast as hoped for.

  • Currently validation testing at the RTT is inadequate.

Comments:

  • The committee comments the ID software developers for their comprehensive documentation, noting that they have been particularly active in providing extensive Doxygen documentation.

  • The committee strongly supports the strong emphasis on analysing the CTB data in order to understand the detector alignment.

  • The committee welcome the recent addition of new manpower for improving the RTT test coverage

Recommendations:

  • (I1) Put highest priority on RTF prototype for release 11. This milestone cannot be missed and if it is perceived to be at risk, work e.g. on passive material treatment within GeoModel should be redirected.

  • (I2) Alignment experts should exercise their proposed algorithms on CTB data..

  • (I3) More effort is needed on the general validation for the software validation group.

Muon Spectrometer Software

Finding

  • Good documentation is available

  • Two primary tracking codes exist - Muonboy (written in F90) and Moore.

Comments:

  • The committee comments the muon software developers for their comprehensive documentation.

Recommendations:

  • (M1) GeoModel should be adopted throughout in a unified way. Moving away from AMDB should therefore be a priority. Obviously, the new implementation has to be validated fully before moving away from AMDB.

  • (M2) MuonBoy and Moore should be modularised and made compliant with the rest of the software.

  • (M3) Manpower must be found to validate GeoModel for MuonBoy.

  • (M4) Staco and MuID should become tools which can be called interchangeably after the reconstruction and storage to ESD (all combinations of packages should be possible).

  • (M5) Disconnect MuId/Staco from the pure Muon software, as these are combined reconstruction items. Clean them up so that they use the common tracking tools, just as egamma/eflow/taurec are being cleaned up.

  • (M6) R-t calibration experts should exercise their proposed algorithms on CTB data, where the work has been done in a way not easy to transfer to ATLAS.

Appendix A: The Review Committee

Chairman:/moderator

Secretary:

Reviewers:

-- DavidQuarrie - 01 Jun 2005

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