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Kohei Yorita and Anton Kapliy August 14, 2007. Rawhits update: patterns. Pattern – collection of SS identifiers, one per layer. E.g: for SP,7L: 14206 24806 34106 39307 49307 59307 69307 Position identifies plane (1..7) -> must only contain Phi & module Eta

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Kohei yorita and anton kapliy august 14 2007

Kohei Yorita and Anton Kapliy

August 14, 2007

Rawhits update: patterns


Superstrips ss

Pattern – collection of SS identifiers, one per layer.

E.g: for SP,7L: 14206 24806 34106 39307 49307 59307 69307

Position identifies plane (1..7) -> must only contain Phi & module Eta

Definition of SS: SS = (global_offset + local_offset)*100 + modEta

Adopted for Rawhit and introduced new SS file.

E.g., for SCT (768 strips):

SS = [ (modWidth*modPhi + strip#)/SS_width ]*100 + modEta

Superstrips (SS)‏

PIXEL Module width = 2cm, divided into 328 lines.

SS_width = 47 lines, i.e. ~7 SS per module

SS_width = 2cm/7 ~ 2.9 mm

isPixLayerSS_widthModWidth

1 0 47 328

1 1 47 328

1 2 47 328

0 0 60 768

...

SCT Module width = 6cm, divided into 768 strips.

SS_width = 60 lines, i.e. ~13 SS per module

SS_width = 6cm/13 ~ 4.6 mm


Comments 1 to 1 correspondence in input data 3 8 m events

Comments

1-to-1 correspondence in input data

3.8 M events

SP vs RH: sectors


Comments 1 to 1 correspondence in input data 3 8 m events first few rh sectors are more populated

Comments

1-to-1 correspondence in input data

3.8 M events

First few RH sectors are more populated!

SP vs RH: sectors – zoom in


Sp vs rh patterns from last time

Comments

Using roughly the same SS size

Both contain 10M events

Many events that end up in the same pattern with SP are in different patterns with RH.

Vast majority of RH patterns are formed from 1 event only!

1st patt has 14 events with RH, vs 80 with SP!

BAD statistics. Need more ftkSimWrap data (100M?)‏

OR: move to hi-efficiency mode

SP vs RH: patterns – from last time


Sp vs rh procedure

Aligned SP and RH events – 3.8M

Ran SP in sector mode, chose most populated sector

Ran RH in sector mode on events from this sector

Same for most populated pattern

SORRY – no plots, but lots of data

SP vs RH: procedure


Sp vs rh 1 sector

SP vs RH: 1 sector

SP: most populated sector

0 11007 19007 26007 16007 20007 24007 28007 0 579

RH: the same events

0 11007 19007 26007 16007 16007 20007 20007 24007 24007 28007 28007 0 543

1 11007 19007 26007 16007 16007 20007 20007 24007 24007 28007 29007 0 7

2 11007 19007 26007 16007 16007 20007 20007 24007 24007 29007 28007 0 6

Most events are still in one sector, except 13 events due to last SCT layer. OK

23 events did not get into any sector. Did not investigate why


Sp vs rh 1 pattern

SP vs RH: 1 pattern

SP: most populated pattern in Wedge 0

31 7

0 14207 24807 34107 39107 48907 58107 67907 1508 31

RH: the same events

27 11

0 15007 26007 35607 40307 40307 50107 50107 60007 60007 69707 69707 1836 3

1 15007 26007 35607 40307 40307 50107 50107 59907 59907 69607 69607 1836 2

2 15007 26007 35607 40307 40307 50107 50107 59907 60007 69707 69707 1836 2

3 15107 26007 35607 40307 40207 50107 50207 60007 59907 69807 69807 1836 1

4 15007 26007 35607 40307 40207 50107 50207 60007 59907 69807 69807 1836 1

5 15107 26107 35707 40307 40207 50107 50107 59907 59907 69607 69707 1836 1

6 15107 26107 35607 40307 40307 50107 50107 59907 59907 69707 69707 1836 1

7 15007 26007 35607 40207 40207 50007 50007 59807 59807 69607 69607 1836 1

8 15107 26107 35707 40307 40307 50107 50107 59907 60007 69707 69607 1836 1

9 15007 26107 35707 40307 40307 50107 50107 59907 59907 69707 69607 1836 1

...

Virtually all events split into different patterns! Note that a difference in any

of 11 layers is enough to break from a pattern.


Sp vs rh 1 pattern verbose

SP vs RH: 1 pattern - verbose

Same as above, but ss/100 is now a global strip #. E.g,

For pattern 0, first SCT layer we have: 2419307

2419307%100 = 7 – Eta module 7 (out of 13)‏

2419307/100 = 24193 – global strip #

24193/768 = 31 – 31st PHI module

24193%768 = 385 – 385th strip within this module

31 11

0 710107 1226207 1676907 2419307 2417507 3010907 3013407 3600807 3598007 4188807 4192207 1836 1

1 708307 1224707 1675607 2419507 2417707 3011607 3013807 3601807 3599507 4190207 4192807 1836 1

2 711007 1227407 1678307 2418507 2417607 3008507 3009907 3596607 3594907 4181807 4184007 1836 1

3 711007 1226807 1677207 2418207 2418107 3009507 3009607 3598907 3598807 4186507 4186407 1836 1

4 708007 1223707 1673807 2414307 2414107 3004407 3004407 3593307 3593607 4179407 4178807 1836 1

5 707607 1225007 1676607 2418407 2418607 3008207 3007607 3595907 3597207 4179807 4178107 1836 1

6 710607 1228407 1680207 2421107 2421407 3011107 3010207 3598507 3600107 4182307 4180007 1836 1

7 709307 1227207 1679107 2420907 2421007 3011007 3010607 3598407 3599407 4182207 4180707 1836 1

8 712707 1229407 1680307 2420107 2419307 3010207 3011507 3598407 3596907 4183707 4185707 1836 1

9 708107 1225007 1676107 2419907 2418907 3011507 3012807 3601007 3599407 4188107 4190007 1836 1


1 event explicitly

1 event explicitly

H 51.952948 -3.892528 57.842242 1 0 0 21 1 224 -1PIXEL 0

H 87.985002 -7.782996 63.153386 1 0 1 37 1 224 -1PIXEL 1

H 120.382649 -11.705802 67.222079 1 0 2 51 1 224 -1PIXEL 2

H 295.479421 -40.855908 92.648127 0 0 0 31 1 1 0SCT 0

H 370.127200 -57.483355 104.677706 0 0 1 39 1 0 0SCT 1

H 431.590140 -73.105617 113.339663 0 0 2 46 1 1 0SCT 2

H 504.425057 -94.027224 125.147160 0 0 3 54 1 0 0SCT 3

SP

z?

H 51.939511 -3.924531 57.675423 1 0 0 21 1 213 59PIXEL 0

H 51.963093 -3.880442 57.675448 1 0 0 21 1 214 59PIXEL 0

H 51.956136 -3.876951 58.075373 1 0 0 21 1 214 60PIXEL 0

H 87.985002 -7.782996 63.153386 1 0 1 37 1 126 72PIXEL 1

H 120.382649 -11.705802 67.222079 1 0 2 51 1 41 82PIXEL 2

H 296.409430 -42.213613 61.688643 0 0 1 31 1 0 367SCT 1

H 295.451430 -40.822131 61.637780 0 0 0 31 1 1 385SCT 0

H 370.158298 -57.547144 61.591281 0 0 2 39 1 0 157SCT 2

H 369.111379 -55.613943 60.945364 0 0 3 39 1 1 182SCT 3

H 432.424963 -75.429972 60.809670 0 0 5 46 1 0 652SCT 4

H 431.600204 -73.149791 61.667848 0 0 4 46 1 1 680SCT 5

H 504.374027 -93.994841 61.564044 0 0 6 54 1 0 416SCT 6

H 503.477931 -91.282936 61.779309 0 0 7 54 1 1 450SCT 7

RAW

SCT: 1 hit/layer


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