Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of MatchChecker


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04/12/12 11:51:24 (8 years ago)
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md987
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  • MatchChecker

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    151151* tag = defines a name for the treatment of the first production. This name is used in the plot names. * comment = informations you may want to add, and will appear in the report * banner = if there is a banner, just indicate it's path/name * files = put the adress of the samples (relative or absolute) and if the sample is exclusive, add the multiplicity. For example ttbar_1j 1,ttbar_2jet 2. Note your are not obliged to have an inclusive set , that there can be a missing multiplicity, MatchChecker will still work in this condition
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    153    * The second block contains the PDG code of main particle(s) X in a X + N jets process. This permits to retrieve the information about kinematics of X: %$P_{T} (X)$%, the angle in the transverse plan between components of X (t and t for instance), %$P_{T}$% of one of the particles, the invariant mass of X, rapidity of one of the particle, the rapidity of one particle.
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    155    * The third block indicates the %$K_{T}$% scale at which the jet are defined, this is used for the kinematical plots.
     153   * The second block contains the PDG code of main particle(s) X in a X + N jets process. This permits to retrieve the information about kinematics of X: $P_{T} (X)$, the angle in the transverse plan between components of X (t and t for instance), $P_{T}$ of one of the particles, the invariant mass of X, rapidity of one of the particle, the rapidity of one particle.
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     155   * The third block indicates the $K_{T}$ scale at which the jet are defined, this is used for the kinematical plots.
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    157157   * The fourth block gives the values of the PT cuts to be applied on jets to do the rapidity distributions. The user can choose as many cuts as he wants
     
    163163   * The seventh block says if yes or not the running can be done in //. Note that for this somes files in the condor repository have to be edited.
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    165    * The four last blocks are related to the jet content for extra radiation and inclusive jets. For the moment, only the %$K_{T}$% algorithm can be used but in the future, any number of jet algo will be taken into account.
     165   * The four last blocks are related to the jet content for extra radiation and inclusive jets. For the moment, only the $K_{T}$ algorithm can be used but in the future, any number of jet algo will be taken into account.
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    167167Now the basic use of MatchChecker is the following:
     
    191191   * comparison of kinematic plots between production
    192192   * ratios of plots between productions
    193    * %$P_{T}$% of the four first jets (with multiplicity details)
    194    * comparison of the %$P_{T}$% of the four first jets
    195    * ratios of plots between productions
    196    * %$\eta$% of the four first jets (with multiplicity details) for each PT cut choosen by the user
    197    * comparison of the %$\eta$% of the four first jets
     193   * $P_{T}$ of the four first jets (with multiplicity details)
     194   * comparison of the $P_{T}$ of the four first jets
     195   * ratios of plots between productions
     196   * $\eta$ of the four first jets (with multiplicity details) for each PT cut choosen by the user
     197   * comparison of the $\eta$ of the four first jets
    198198   * ratios of plots between productions
    199199   * Ht(j): Give the scalar sum
     
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    203 where MET is the missing transverse energy, and %$P_{T,i}$% the transverse momentum of the i-th jet. Ht(1, 4) is given for each PT cut applied on jets.
     203where MET is the missing transverse energy, and $P_{T,i}$ the transverse momentum of the i-th jet. Ht(1, 4) is given for each PT cut applied on jets.
    204204   * comparison of the Ht of the four first jets
    205205   * ratios of plots between productions
     
    210210==== Differential Jet Rate ====
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    212 The DJR 1 %$\rightarrow$% 0, 2 %$\rightarrow$% 1, 3 %$\rightarrow$%2 and 4 %$\rightarrow$% 3 are given for each production. The contribution of each multiplicity is given. The smoothness of the transition region indicates how much the choice of xqcut and Qcut in the matching procedure is valid. <br /> <img width="450" alt="Q2_33_50_0bis.jpg" src="%ATTACHURLPATH%/Q2_33_50_0bis.jpg" height="293" />
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    214 This plot is out from a production of ttbar+0,1,2 jets with mt = 350 GeV. The curves for the zero and one jets multiplicities appear at the left handside of the cutoff, which means that the scale at which the showered partons are grouped into one jets (this is the 2 to 1 plot) is smaller than 50 GeV. This is normal as the maximal distance in the phase-space to characterize a jet is the cutoff. Therefore only the two partons events ,i.e. the events with showered partons more far to each other than the cutoff, can be above the cutoff. Beside the detailed description for each production, the comparison of DJR is done between productions. The goal is to check the invariance of the global shape with respect to the choice of the cutoff but also to be able to compare difference coming from other parameters related to the generation. In the figure taken from two production of tt+0,1,2,3 jets done with a slight difference of factorization scale in the ME generation, the comparison permit to understand the effect of this change over the rates. <br /> <img width="450" alt="Q3_comparison_30_30.jpg" src="%ATTACHURLPATH%/Q3_comparison_30_30.jpg" height="293" />
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    216 4.2 Kinematics For each production, the PT (X), %$\Delta\phi$%(X) (if X is two particles: tt, ZZ, WW, WZ, etc...), %$\eta$%(X), m(X), the PT of one particle composing X and also his rapidity are showed.
     212The DJR 1 $\rightarrow$ 0, 2 $\rightarrow$ 1, 3 $\rightarrow$2 and 4 $\rightarrow$ 3 are given for each production. The contribution of each multiplicity is given. The smoothness of the transition region indicates how much the choice of xqcut and Qcut in the matching procedure is valid. <br /> <img width="450" alt="Q2_33_50_0bis.jpg" src="ATTACHURLPATH/Q2_33_50_0bis.jpg" height="293" />
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     214This plot is out from a production of ttbar+0,1,2 jets with mt = 350 GeV. The curves for the zero and one jets multiplicities appear at the left handside of the cutoff, which means that the scale at which the showered partons are grouped into one jets (this is the 2 to 1 plot) is smaller than 50 GeV. This is normal as the maximal distance in the phase-space to characterize a jet is the cutoff. Therefore only the two partons events ,i.e. the events with showered partons more far to each other than the cutoff, can be above the cutoff. Beside the detailed description for each production, the comparison of DJR is done between productions. The goal is to check the invariance of the global shape with respect to the choice of the cutoff but also to be able to compare difference coming from other parameters related to the generation. In the figure taken from two production of tt+0,1,2,3 jets done with a slight difference of factorization scale in the ME generation, the comparison permit to understand the effect of this change over the rates. <br /> <img width="450" alt="Q3_comparison_30_30.jpg" src="ATTACHURLPATH/Q3_comparison_30_30.jpg" height="293" />
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     2164.2 Kinematics For each production, the PT (X), $\Delta\phi$(X) (if X is two particles: tt, ZZ, WW, WZ, etc...), $\eta$(X), m(X), the PT of one particle composing X and also his rapidity are showed.
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    218218For each PT cut chosen by the user, the rapidity of each jet is also given
     
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