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Muon tracks in the events collected by the CMS detector are triggered and
reconstructed using the Drift Tube (DT) in the barrel, Cathode Strip
Chambers (CSC) in the endcap, and Resistive Plate Chambers (RPC) in both
barrel and endcap regions. RPC hits are mainly used as dedicated trigger
detector, however they give a contribution in the muon reconstruction as
well. Efficiency contribution to the muon reconstruction with and without
use of the RPC informations have been studied using the 2011 data and Monte
Carlo samples. The results in terms of number of RPC hits and of number of
stations crossed in the muon reconstruction and the track efficiency at the
level of full muon system will be reported.
The RPC hits in the CMS muon reconstruction2h
(Sungkyunkwan University (KR))