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Study of Fluctuations on Isospin Symmetry in Au+Au Collisions at RHIC-PHENIX

Tomoaki Nakamura / Kensuke Homma

Hiroshima Univ.

for the PHENIX Collaboration

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- Physics Motivation
- PHENIX Experiment
- Multi Resolution Analysis (MRA)
- Result
- Summary

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Anti Centauro

(High Energy Cosmic Ray Experiment)

- (Brazil-Japan collaboration in Bolivia)Y.Fujimoto and S.Hasegawa, Phys. Rep. 65, 151 (1980)
- (JACEE) J.J.Lord and Iwai, Paper No. 515, International Conference on High Energy Physics, Dallas (1992)
(High Energy Accerarator Experiment)

- (UA5) K. Alpgard rt al., Phys. Lett. 115B, 71 (1982)
- (CDF) P.L.Melese for the CDF Collaboration XIth Topical Workshop on ppbar Collider Physics (1996)
- (MINIMAX)T.C.Brooks et al., Phys. Rev. D 55, 5667 (1997)
(High Energy Heavy Ion Experiment)

- (WA98)Tapan K. Nayak et al., Nucl.Phys.A663:745-748, (2000)

O : Photon, + : Charged Particle

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V

V

π

π

σ

σ

(Quench Mechanism) K.Rajagopal and F.Wilczek : Nucl. Phys. B379, 395 (1993)

Restoration

Quench

QCD vacuum

DCC

Fluctuation of Asymmetry as a function of pseudo rapidity

Chiral Transformation

Linear sigma model

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Rejected EMCal Cluster

Associated PC3 Cluster

PC1 Cluster

BBC Z-Vertex

Z

Using Magnetic Field-off data

Gamma like Cluster (EMC)

Charged Track (PC1, PC3)

Pad Chamber 1 (PC1)

Pad Chamber 2 (PC2)

Lead Grass Electro-Magnetic Calorimeter (EMC)

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(Real Data)

(MC with Full Reconstruction)

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Domain Size

δAI3

Deviation Size

Domain Position

pseudo rapidity

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Levelj-1: 2j-1bins

Levelj : 2jbins

φ(x)

0.7

Scaling function

x

1

φ(2x)

1

φ(2x-1)

(＋)

-0.7

＝

1

x

1

x

ψ(x)

(－)

-1

0.7

-1

Wavelet function

x

φ(2x)= 1/√2 {φ(x)+ψ(x)}

φ(2x-1)= 1/√2 {φ(x)- ψ(x)}

-0.7

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Signal

j=4

22

20

φ

ψ

Cjk

Djk

j=3

+

j=2

+

j=1

+

j=0

+

k

k

j : resolution level

k : k-th bin in pseudo rapidity

Cjk : coefficients of φ

Djk : coefficients of ψ

j → Domain Size

k → Phase Space Position

Djk → Deviation Size

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j=5

Δη=0.0219

j=4

Δη=0.0438

j=3

Δη=0.0875

j=2

Δη=0.1750

j=1

Δη=0.3500

-0.6 -0.4 -0.2 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6

[Djk max]

Red : Real Data PHENIXB-field off data √sNN =130GeV Selected 44,180 events from minimum bias 700k events.

Blue : MC with Full reconstructionHIJING √sNN =130GeV Selected 25,281 events from minimum bias 200k events

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Djk Max (J=5) (Nch = 10, Nγ=10)

99.95% exclude

99.98% exclude

99.999% exclude

[Djk max]

Binomial Distribution

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Asymmetry (-) Asymmetry (+)

PC1

PC1

j=5Δη=0.0219

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

PC3

PC3

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

EMC

EMC

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

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PC1

PC1

j=4Δη=0.0438

j=3Δη=0.0875

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

PC3

PC3

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

EMC

EMC

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

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PC1

PC1

j=2Δη=0.1750

j=1Δη=0.3500

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

PC3

PC3

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

EMC

EMC

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

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j=5 Δη=0.0219

j=4 Δη=0.0438

j=3 Δη=0.0875

j=2 Δη=0.1750

j=1 Δη=0.3500

[GeV]

Total Energy of Electro-Magnetic Calorimeter

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(# of anomalous events) / (selected total # of events) : 153 / 44,180

- The total 155 anomalous events are found by MRA. The definition of “anomalous events” is the events above thresholds which exclude 99.999% of normal events, if those normal events are based on combination of the binominal distributions.
- We are investigating the nature of the events with large deviation from binomial, whether those are coming from PHYSICS or detector.

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PC1

PC1

j=1Δη=0.3500

Raw Cluster

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

PC3

PC3

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

EMC

EMC

Phi [rad]

Phi [rad]

Z [cm]

Z [cm]

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associated PC3 cluster

PC3 cluster

PC1 cluster

associated PC1 cluster

Z

Z

Rejected EMC cluster

BBC-Zvertex

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A symmetric structure

appears in wrong level

Shift the start bin at each

resolution level.

Find djk max among all of levels.

This can determine the level

(domain size) with the largest

deviation size.

djk is lower

should appear here !

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Success probability that a correct domain size is found

Domain size

of 28 / 2j

j=1

j=2

j=3

j=4

j=5

j=6

j=7

Deviation size Ns

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