Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Physics and Space Research, 1994.
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Forward muon detector first level trigger Barrel muon detector first level trigger LPS input to FLT: proton search Schematic of logic in the GFLTB Principle of the CTDFLT One of the 32 trigger sectors of the CTDFLT CTDFLT event classification flowchart Crossing mis-identification Method of diamond forming. Status of H1 computing (p. 25) by de Roeck, A: Computing at ZEUS (p. 33) by Kowalski, H: Level-1 and level-2 triggering at LHC (p. 51) by Ellis, Nick: High Performance Interconnects (p. 57) by Morrison, J: Software for future data acquisition: a chance for real-time unix?(p. 60) by Mapelli, Livio P: World-Wide Web (p. 69) by Berners-Lee, Timothy J. The H1-Level 2 neural network trigger has been running successfully at Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY) for four years. In order to provide increased selectivity at the higher luminosity. The first precision measurements on CP violation in the B system are reported. Both the BELLE and the BABAR collaboration presented, among others, results for sin 2ß with much improved accuracy. Results from the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, SNO, also deserve to be mentioned. The convincing.
Instr. and Meth. in Phvs. Res. A () Received 1 July Abstract General aspects of the H1 detector at the electron-proton storage ring HERA as well as technical descriptions of the magnet, luminosity system, trigger, slow-control, data acquisition and off-line data handling are by: 1 Automating the Calibration and Alignment revision process in Hera-B Master Thesis Galina Deyanova University of So a \St. Kl. Ohridski" Facultet of Physics. Figure Forward muon detector first level trigger. Figure Barrel muon detector first level trigger. The time-of-flight plane will assist the association of a triggered muon with its correct beam-crossing. The FMUFLT will have three subdivisions in terms of polar angle as shown in table Table FMUFLT polar angle subdivision. Astroparticle, Particle and Space Physics, Detectors and Medical Physics Applications. Proceedings of the 8th Conference, Villa Olmo, Como, Italy TEST BEAM RESULTS ON THE ATLAS FIRST-LEVEL ENDCAP MUON TRIGGER SYSTEM. T. MAENO, K. NAGANO, M. IKENO, O. SASAKI, S Astroparticle, Particle and Space Physics, Detectors and Medical Physics.
The MEGII experiment at PSI and the quest for $\mu \to e \gamma$ and its experimental limiting factors at future high intensity muon beams (in session "Quark and Lepton Flavor Physics") The micro-Resistive-WELL detector for the phase 2 upgrade of the LHCb muon detector (in session "Detector: R&D for Present and Future Facilities"). Muon Pair-Production We start with the process e+e− → µ+µ−. At tree level, only two diagrams contribute, see Fig. 1, making it possibly the simplest 2 → 2 reaction in the SM - the "hello world"example of collider physics. Most (probably all) TASI students would have calculated the cross section of this reaction in their Quantum FieldFile Size: KB. The Table of Contents for the book is as follows: * VOLUME I * Foreword * Conference Organization * PLENARY SESSIONS * Pl Recent Results from the Super-Kamiokande * Recent Results from the Super-Kamiokande * Pl Recent Results on Neutrino Oscillations * Recent Results on Neutrino Oscillations * Pl Experimental Status of the Standard Model * Author: Alan Astbury, David Axen, Jacob Robinson. Events that pass the Level 1 trigger are sent to the Level 2 trigger, which is made up of preprocessors which use more detailed information from each of the subsystems. These in turn feed into a global Level 2 trigger, which combines the information into physics .