27 September 2004 to 1 October 2004
Interlaken, Switzerland
Europe/Zurich timezone

A New STAR Event Reconstruction Chain

29 Sep 2004, 18:10
20m
Kongress-Saal (Interlaken, Switzerland)

Kongress-Saal

Interlaken, Switzerland

oral presentation Track 2 - Event processing Event Processing

Speaker

C. Pruneau (WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY)

Description

We present the design and performance analysis of a new event reconstruction chain deployed for analysis of STAR data acquired during the 2004 run and beyond. The creation of this new chain involved the elimination of obsolete FORTRAN components, and the development of equivalent or superior modules written in C++. The new reconstruction chain features a new and fast TPC cluster finder, a new track reconstruction software (ITTF discussed at CHEP2003), which seamlessly integrate all detector components of the experiment, a new vertex finder, and various post-tracking analysis modules including a V0 finder, and a track kink finder. The new chain is the culmination of a large software development effort involving in excess of ten FTEs.

Primary authors

A. Rose (WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY) B. Hippolyte (Yale University) C. Pruneau (WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY) M. Calderon (Brookhaven National Lab)

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