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Shine Offline Framework: Status and Plans. The Shine Offline Group. Shine: Organization. Framework: event (object persistence), detector & mag. field classes, central configuration, coordinate systems, data-source managers Event I/O: raw event (BOS), DS, SHOE (import/export)

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shine organization

Shine: Organization

  • Framework: event (object persistence), detector & mag. field classes, central configuration, coordinate systems, data-source managers
  • Event I/O: raw event (BOS), DS, SHOE (import/export)
  • Modules: reading/writing, calibration, reconstruction, simulation
  • NA49: clients, interfaces
  • eventBrowser
  • Validation: framework, core,event structures, modules
  • Utilities: misc. helpers, STL (containers), Math, Geometry
  • Documentation: SHOE,I/O, modules, reconstruction, physics, tracking
  • Build system: CMakeModules, CMakeLists
overview

Overview

Central Config

Manager Registry

Run Control

NA61:

TPC

TOF

Trigger

PSD

Mag. Field

NA61:

TPC

TOF

Trigger

PSD

framework

Framework

  • Event structures: SHOE
  • Detector description
  • strict separation of framework classes and (physics) code
  • one class per header file
  • non-deletable: processing only adds things, Has/Make/Get interfaces
  • prevent accidental processing of a copy: private ctor/dtor
  • data-source Managers: config defined queues of Managers; easy source replacement, wrappers for MySQL, SQLite, Xerces
  • central configuration: Detector, Managers, Modules
  • Registry of Random number streams, seeding conf
framework data managers

Framework: Data Managers

TOF

BPD

Trigger

PSD

Magnetic field

Drift velocity

etc.

TPC

VTPC

MTPC

GTPC

MySQL

SQLite

Xerces

and now also TGeo

framework configuration

Framework: Configuration

  • XML
  • run-time XML Schema validation: XSD
  • automatic conversion of physical quantities into internal units<energy unit=”GeV”> 137.23 </energy> <position unit=”cm”> 14.3 </position>
  • default configuration check-summed, modifications reported in run logs
  • full configuration saved with data
event i o

Event I/O

  • Currently supports:
  • raw BOS reading
  • DS reading
  • SHOE read/write (ROOT persistent Event)
  • (pending) reading of event generators UniGen, HepMC, ...
slide8

SHOE

  • output files (ROOT) are Event objects (no persistent/transient separation)
  • mega/mini/micro SHOEswitching-off increasing level of Event details (branches)
  • GUIevent/detector browser, run configuration inspector, simple selection tools
modules

Modules

  • By detector: BPD, Trigger, TPCs, TOF, PSD etc.
  • calibration, reconstruction, simulation (Geant4)
  • readers/writers: native event/detector (SHOE)
  • modules replaceableimplementing several alternative or competing approaches is easy
  • (if needed) Modules communicate (only) through the Event structure
modules run control

rudimentary control-language implemented in XML

Modules: Run Control

<sequenceFile>

<enableTiming/>

<moduleControl>

<loop numTimes="unbounded">

<module> EventFileReaderSG </module>

<module> EventCheckerSG </module>

<module> BPDCalibratorSG </module>

<module> BPDEventSelectorSG </module>

<module> TPCCalibratorSG </module>

<module> TOFCalibratorSG </module>

<module> TPCClusterFinderFG </module>

<module> TPCTrackFinderWG </module>

<module> TOFTimeFinderDG </module>

<module> TPCTrackPlotterSG </module>

<module> ShineFileExporterSG </module>

</loop>

</moduleControl>

</sequenceFile>

intermediate Event states can be streamed at any time by inserting Writers

modules interface

Modules: Interface

class ModuleName : public fwk::VModule {

public:

fwk::VModule::EResultFlag Init();

fwk::VModule::EResultFlag Process(evt::Event& event,

const utl::AttributeMap& attr);

fwk::VModule::EResultFlag Finish();

REGISTER_MODULE(”ModuleName”, ModuleName, ”$Id$”);

};

na49 clients as modules

<sequenceFile>

<enableTiming/>

<moduleControl>

<loop numTimes="unbounded">

<module> EventFileReaderSG </module>

<module> ClientInitializerSG </module>

<module config="many"> MiniModuleSG </module>

<module config="vdinit"> MiniModuleSG </module>

<module> VdriftCorrModuleSG </module>

<module config="VTPCs"> Dipt256NewModuleSG </module>

<module config="MTPCs"> Dipt256NewModuleSG </module>

<module config="VT1"> EdistoModuleSG </module>

<module config="VT1"> VtNcalcModuleSG </module>

<module config="VT2"> EdistoModuleSG </module>

<module config="VT2"> VtNcalcModuleSG </module>

<module config="MTL"> EdistoModuleSG </module>

<module config="MTR"> EdistoModuleSG </module>

<module config="ALL"> ResCorrModuleSG </module>

<module config="TrckM1"> MtracModuleSG </module>

<module config="I2RTrck"> MtracModuleSG </module>

<module config="MTPCs"> MpatModuleSG </module>

<module config="VT-2"> MpatModuleSG </module>

<module> NA49ToShineConverterSG </module>

<module> ShineFileExporterSG </module>

</loop>

</moduleControl>

</sequenceFile>

NA49 Clients as Modules

current module sequence with wrapped clients

DSPACK assimilated into a shared library (DSHACK), runs in local mode (still needs shm)

client module configuration

Client-Module Configuration

example: XML configuration of RES_CORR_ZG client,run as Shine module

<ResCorrModuleSG>

<commandLine config="ALL">

-vt1_chris [DOCUMENTATION_PATH]/SampleNonEventData/RES_CORR_ZG/vt1.corr

-vt2_chris [DOCUMENTATION_PATH]/SampleNonEventData/RES_CORR_ZG/vt2.corr

-mtl_chris [DOCUMENTATION_PATH]/SampleNonEventData/RES_CORR_ZG/mtl.corr

-mtr_chris [DOCUMENTATION_PATH]/SampleNonEventData/RES_CORR_ZG/mtr.corr

-p [DOCUMENTATION_PATH]/SampleNonEventData/RES_CORR_ZG/vdrift_2007.txt

</commandLine>

</ResCorrModuleSG>

utilities

Utilities

  • XML Reader (Xerces library wrapper)
  • SI units, internal units definition
  • Mathematics, Statistics & Physics functions
  • Traces, trace algorithms
  • Linear Algebra, Geometry
  • ODE Runge-Kutta Integrator, Mag. Field Tracker
  • MD5 for configuration checksums
  • custom exceptions
  • logging, generic file I/O
  • special template libraryspecialized event & detector containers, shadow pointer, Meyers singleton, counted objects, safe bool cast etc.
build system

Build System

  • CMakeseems to be preferred by large projects, multiplatform
  • Shapefor external dependencies and production releasessmall dependency resolution engine; pythonfor installation follow instructions in twiki pages
  • buildbotsautomated compile, test, validation after each commitseveral linux flavors, email blame notifications
validation

Unit testing: CppUnit

  • I/O validation (test ROOT schema evolution)
  • detect changes in reconstructed quantities on example datasets

Validation

status of client porting

Status of Client Porting

  • Roland & Oskar are mostly done with the technicalities of client porting and inclusion in Shine.
  • more in Roland’s and Oskar’s talk
  • To do:
  • fix all bugs related to the operational difference: clients were single processes before, initialization/run/exit once per event (nobody cared about memory management); now initialization is done only once at Shine start, call client main() for each event in the chain(most clients written in a really unprofessional way -> a lot of bug fixes, will have to be ported back to old source)
  • output verification (done for some)for some can be done only on statistical level, numerical differences (e.g patrec) mostly due to the pgf/gfortran differences in executable code
  • event comparison
status of client porting1

mini ported module

vdrift_corr ported module

dipt ported module

edisto ported module

vt_ncalc ported module

res_corr ported module

mtrac ported module

mpat ported module

patrec ported module

tpc_error ported module

r3d ported module

tpc_flight_time ported module

vtx ported module

ppoints ported module

gtpc_track ported module

reform ported module

ftof, tofl, tofr ported module

dedxna61 ported module

v0find ported module

v0fit ported module

Status of Client Porting

slide20

News

  • Migration of NDST Online Monitor to Shine
  • first native module (TriggerSimulatorSG )
  • MC event fully implemented in SHOE with RecEvent  SimEvent cross linking
  • buildbot integration (mostly done)
  • first tags and a release
  • several physics analysis done with SHOE
first physics analyses with shoe

pC @ 31GeV 2007 (07H) h- analysis

First Physics Analyses with SHOE

T61 – Tomek’s analysis

SHOE – Martin’s analysis

same event selection

first physics analyses with shoe1

First Physics Analyses with SHOE

12 events out of ~200,000

already done: MC corrections; next: acceptance, feed down

first physics analyses with shoe2

And much more:

  • Krypton calibration (Adam)
  • S4 trigger bias studies with TriggerSimulatorSG (Michael H)
  • T2 trigger probabilities with BOSToShine (Michael H)
  • charged hadron analysis with SHOE (Martin)
  • V0 analysis with SHOE (Michael U)

First Physics Analyses with SHOE

first physics analyses with shoe3

First Physics Analyses with SHOE

  • And much more...
  • short lived resonances (Tanja)
  • PSD (Oleg)
  • (Maja, Anar, ... ?)
development in progress

Development in Progress

  • Shoe event: still thinking about alternative to ShoeLaces(current track/vertex linking implemented with indices)
  • warning: SHOE still under development
  • current production with beta release
  • backward compatibility not guaranteed (yet)might affect files and user code!
monte carlo status

Monte Carlo Status

  • see Marek’s talk
suggestions for help

Suggestions for Help

  • detector description (especially “new” detectors)
  • access to databases (currently DSPACK soon SQLite or ROOT)
  • reconstruction modules for new detectors: PSD, LMPDthese Modules can run after the client-wrappers or, since they will not be ready soon, even in the DSToSHOE-phase:EventFileReaderSG (read and convert standard reconstruction output) -> PSDReconstructorSG -> LMPDReconstructorSG -> ShineFileExporterSG
  • SHOE validationeverybody who runs old analysis on T61 or DSPACK:please re-write your progs for SHOE and check if physics results are the same
  • utilities from old framework need to run natively:PadTrans: (x,y,z) given (pad,time) and vice versapotential point client: ideal for first moduleKalmanTracker?
  • simulation modulesadvances with VMC, simHits are ready, need e.g. native MTSIM